Singer Waje Reveals What She Is Looking For In Man
Waje is happier being a single, successful mum, thank you very much.
In a new interview with Punch, the Left for Good singer revealed that she hasn’t ruled out the idea of marriage. However, she has her eyes set on the kind of man who will never feel insecure around a successful woman, who invests in his faith, and more importantly, who is as hardworking as she is, even if not richer.
The singer and her 17-year-old daughter, Ogochukwu Emerald are our favourite tag team; they’ve been through it all together, and are best friends. In her tribute to her daughter when she turned 16, Waje recalled what going through labour and dedicating her time to raise her daughter as a single parent was like.
The singer, famous for keeping her love life away from social media, is now speaking out about what she wants in a man, especially now that her daughter has left home for the university.
Here’s what she told Punch:
“I have not ruled out the concept of love and re-marrying from my life, I can never do that. I look for certain criteria in a man and the first is that he has to be God-fearing. I don’t need a passive God-fearing man; he has to really invest in his faith.
The only way I can love someone completely and unconditionally is if I experience a bigger kind of love and that is God’s love. I also like a man who is not afraid to be expressive and who is not afraid to support someone who is hard working and in the public domain. He should not put restrictions on me and must know that this is my job and would allow me shine. Also I would want a hardworking person. He does not have to have about $10m in his bank account but when you see someone who is hard working, it means that no matter how many times we fall, we would rise again. He has to be easy on the eyes as well. I don’t care much about his height but he should be a bit tall because I am a tall person.”
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