Empress Njamah says there’s no expiry date for getting married

Nollywood actress Empress Njamah has in a new interview with TheNation said there’s no expiry date for getting married.

This happened when she was asked when she plans to settle down. Empress replied:
There is never an expiry date for getting married. I don’t know why people keep asking this question.
When asked if her status as a celebrity could be one of the reasons for her delay in getting married:
It has nothing to do with it. It could happen to anyone; they are some people who won’t get married and there are some who want to get married and it is not forthcoming. And there are some who are taking their time not to jump in. 
Eventually it will happen; there is not date that is written that you have to get married. If I haven’t 
gotten married, there are obviously reasons why I haven’t. And I don’t see that as a crime or problem. When the time comes, it is obvious that people will know and celebrate with you genuinely. If you see the right man and match, why not, Let’s not make this thing a point of a big deal; I don’t know.
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Trump dismisses ‘ridiculous’ court ruling suspending travel ban

President of the United States, Donald Trump has dismissed the ‘ridiculous’ court ruling suspending travel ban imposed on Muslims from five Muslim-majority countries.

Trump took to his Twitter handle as usually to lambaste the “so called judge” who gave the ruling.
Details soon…

The opinion of this so-called judge, which essentially takes law-enforcement away from our country, is ridiculous and will be overturned!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 4, 2017

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