I regret getting married, popular blogger says, after 3 months marriage

Chiamaka Obuekwe, a Nigerian tourist blogger, has admitted that she occasionally regrets marrying her ex-husband, Aniefiok Ntia.

After four years of dating, the couple married in January 2018; however, their marriage only lasted three months.

The entrepreneur used social media at the time to accuse Aniefiok of cheating on her with many women. 'Aniefiok is now free to date all the gorgeous and slender girls,' she says.

However, two months after her outburst on social media, she issued a public apology to him and blamed it on emotional stress.

Taking to her Instagram story today, December 28, that would have been their 4th traditional wedding anniversary, Chiamaka reflected on their short-lived marriage and revealed that she is not sure she wants to get married again.

She wrote,

"So, I am happy we are both doing well. To be honest, we don't talk, but I feel it in my heart that he is doing well, and I am glad."

"Now having said that, I sometimes regret the fact that we got married (my life was going so well, and I was happy) But I'm learning not to, it's all part of my life experience, and It was meant to happen.

"And no, we are not getting back together. I do hope one day we can at least say hi to each other, but I m not counting on it.

"Anyway, I am still a lover girl, and I believe in love, and I am happy for everyone who is genuinely in love and not faking it or managing.

"But you see marriage; I can't lie I am so scared. I just want an Oprah-Stedman relationship. And I am not sure about kids. (Never said this openly before) I am happy with my life and just want a partner to go on adventures together not siddon house cook soup from morning to night (kidding), but yeah, I love being free."

"At the end of the day, we want what we want, and I am not scared of being judged. I am lucky to have experienced marriage to know it's not really what I want. Some people say it's because mine wasn't good. Well, you can say that but then again, is everyone really meant to get married?"

"Some of us just want love and partnership without certificates and all that plus, I don't think I can go through a wedding again."

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