Actress Eucharia Anunobi has boldly declared in a recent interview that she’s single and ready to mingle. As a matter of fact, she said boldly that she’s looking for a husband to spend the rest of her life with at age 56.
The veteran actress, known for blockbuster movies such as Glamour Girls in 1994, was married to Charles Ekwu in 2000 but it ended after six years.
The union produced only one child Raymond Ekwu who sadly died from complications associated with sickle cell anaemia at age 15.
While speaking to online portal, Legit said if anyone has anybody who loves or likes her and feels that she is the woman of their dreams, they should bring them to her.
In her words; ”I would want to get married again. Sure. I’m looking forward to getting married. And I surely believe it will happen at the fullness of time because God has already said that it is not good for a man to be alone. So, I am looking for a husband. I’m single. If you have anybody who loves me or likes me and feels that I’m the woman of their dreams, please bring them to me.
”The Bible said, do not be unequally yoked with the unbelievers and darkness cannot mix with light which invariably can be interpreted. You cannot be someone who likes music and wanting to be with someone who doesn’t like music, it will not work. So, surely, I’m also looking for such things that have to do with complementing each other.
”As I am an academician, I surely would also want someone educated and enlightened. Someone who has an open mindset, someone who loves education and knowledge as I do, someone who is romantic, someone who has the fear of God, someone who hold the things of God sacred, someone who has the consciousness of heaven, at last, someone who has a mind of his own, someone who would respect me and someone who loves humanity like I love humanity.
“Someone who will support me in ensuring we make our world, not just our generation, a better place. Someone who will not mind joining financial, mental, material, emotional, spiritual resources with me for us to make our world a better place.”