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My Problem Is Not Finding The Right Woman, But...Anthony Monjaro

Source: Nathan Nathaniel Ekpo/Nigeriafilms.com
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Nollywood actor, Anthony Akposheri (Monjaro), is not a new name in the industry as he has featured in the hit making movie 'Last Flight To Abuja,' where he acted as a pilot.

The actor, who is still single, explained that he is not happy that he was still single till now, but needs to get himself settled to some extent before he can plan to start a family.

He added that though it is not a must that a man must have the things of life before settling down, but it is nice to have something coming into your account so that you will be able to manage the home effectively.

'I should be and I am not very proud to say I am not. I will do it soon but I need to settle down first in Nigeria. I just got a car; I need to get a house. I may not get everything in place before I get married. Once I get my business off the ground, then I will start looking towards making a family and we can build everything together. I think it is good to have something that brings in constant money. If I have a wife and children, I need to take care of them. It is a lifetime commitment and I do not have to do it because everybody is doing it. It is not measured by who got there first; it is by planning and getting it right. I want to do it right.'

Monjaro stated that although he is ready mentally to get married and have kids, but needs to get himself together because Nigeria has pretty girls who are the marrying type. 'Almost every Nigerian woman is happy to marry a good man, and I am a good man. With the right woman, I will be a good man.'

The actor declined describing his kind of woman, but stated that whenever he finds his type of woman, he will approach her.

'People have tried to match make me with some ladies but my problem is not finding the right woman. I just have to put few things in place. I can manage that without anybody's help.'


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