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Nigerian actress Biodun Okeowo, aka Omoborty, has revealed that her daughter must marry undefiled and have her marriage built on the altar of purity.
Biodun Okeowo stated this when an Instagram user claimed virginity at 25 is an embarrassment and nothing to be proud about.
On her part, Biodun Okeowo pleaded with her 18 year old daughter, Boluwatife Okeowo not to listen to such statement, but keep her virginity till wedding night.
“My daughter if you are seeing this post don’t mind her oh. Keeping your virginity till the day you say ‘I do’ is not shameful,” she wrote.
Recall that in March Biodun Okeowo finally granted her daughter access to social media after she turned 18 years old.
Unlike the daughters of her mum’s colleagues, Biodun Okeowo’s daughter, Boluwatife wasn’t granted access to any social media account until she got adult age.
In an interview she granted sometime ago, Victoria who became a landlady on her 18th birthday said “She already told us this is a particular age, we would get to before she would allow us to start doing some certain things and it is okay for us so I don’t feel uncomfortable with what is happening because I was already aware of it before it started. She talks to I and my brother a lot about things…yes, it still comes down to what I said earlier, the way Mrs. A will treat and train her daughter is definitely different from how Mrs. B will train her daughter, so the fact that many of my mum’s colleagues daughters have Instagram pages doesn’t mean I should have too.”
“It is normal for people to have different ways of raising their kids, the most important thing is for parents to be able to provide the basic needs with every child needs which my brother and I are not lacking in any way. So every other thing is secondary, so I am happy, I am not on social media, that will happen at the right now, I am super proud with the way she has raised us. I feel that will come at the right time, she already said when I am 18 years I can do all that, so there is no point rushing when I still have a lot ahead of me.”