Being a virgin doesn’t make you a wife material, Ossai Ovie slams Amarachi ‘Ashmusy’

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An aide to Ifeanyi Okowa, the Delta State governor Ossai Ovie has slammed skit marker Amarachi for announcing on her page that she was a virgin.

Amarachi, who is also a social media influencer, earlier took to her Instagram page, to announce that she is still a virgin , she wrote “I promised myself to remain a virgin till marriage  I’m so glad I have kept that promise  dear future hubby I hope you are worth the wait.”

Reacting to her post, Ossai Ovie via his Twitter page condemn Amarachi, noting it was stupid of her to openly disclose such information to the public.

Ovie wrote, “Being a virgin doesn’t make you a wife material. It’s act of St*pidity for anyone to come online boasting about her virginity and using it as a criteria of being a good wife material to her future hubby.

“Keeping your virginity is the best gift a woman can give to her husband but coming online to tell the world that you are a virgin is absolutely st*pidit.

He further advise young ladies to keep their virginity. “To the young ladies out there , please do everything possible to keep your virginity for your husband but don’t be tempted to come online to tell the world about it.

“Yes, I commend Ashmusy for keeping her virginity but at the same, I condemned her for coming online to disclose the status of her virginity.

“Ashmusy should have made her virginity a secret gift to her future husband and not coming online to tell us. In case she doesn’t know, she is putting her virginity at risk because there are so many bad guys out there,” he added.

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Queen Ferry
Queen Ferry
Chinyere Treasure Ikechukwu also known as Queen Ferry, is a Nigerian business Executive, social media savvy Journalist and Content Editor with over seven years experience. She serves as the Vice-Chairman of Naijatraffic Limited. If Treasure is not researching/blogging, she will be making delicious delicacy.

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