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Jackie Matubia says Marriage is NOT a scam

Actress Jackie Matubia, despite experiencing two failed marriages, recently shared advice in a video emphasizing that marriage is not a scam, and women should aim for fulfilling relationships.

The top Kenyan Celebrity, Jackie Matubia emphasized that despite the societal stigmatization of single mothers, they are just as valuable as any other woman or girl and should not be judged unfairly.

“I’m a very proud mother of two and I feel like society….you diminish mothers and single mothers. I am no less than any other woman, or any other girl out there.”

Jackie Matubia

She also encouraged single mothers to prioritize self-love and the well-being of their children before considering any romantic involvement with a man.

The award-winning actress further stressed that this advice is relevant to all women, irrespective of their marital status.

I am a proud mother of two girls and my focus right now is on my babies and building an empire for them cause hao hawatakutoka na hakitakuramba. 

Jackie Matubia also elaborated that regardless of her being in two unsuccessful marriages, she is not bitter about it and she is still a believer.

Jackie Matubia

Jackie Matubia also talked about how marriage is a beautiful institution and anyone advising that it’s a scam is misleading, and ladies should not settle for less.

I want to teach my girls that it’s fine if marriage ikikukataa, that’s not the end of the world. marriage is amazing, marriage is a beautiful institution by the way. msiwai ambiwa its a scam. marriage is a beautiful institution. but again I say communication.

Respect those are things that you can’t play alone with, it has to be a two-way traffic. So if your partner is not giving you, please don’t settle for less.

Source: Mpasho

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