Nollywood actress, Oge Aneke who is from Enugu in an interview with LIB revealed it was her husband that deflowered her. Read excerpts from the interview below
You got married a year ago, how have you been enjoying marriage?
Well, God has been so faithful, though as expected it’s not a bed of roses. But the sweetness outweighs the torns when you marry your best friend.
How did you meet your husband?
Surprisingly, I first met him at my cousin’s house in 2003 when I was still in secondary school but we had nothing then. It was after he graduated from the university that we bumped into each other at my cousin’s wedding in Enugu in 2011. As a rookie who has never tasted a relationship before, it was not easy for me to give in to dating him, though he still managed to convince me after several rebuffs. We had some breakups and comebacks during the period until he proposed on October 1, 2015. And guess what? I said yes and the marriage rites was formalized on 9th Jan, 2016.
You said that ‘you were a rookie and had never tasted a relationship before’, Is it then right to say your husband was the first and only man you’ve ever dated?
If I must be candid, that means it’s affirmative. Although, I had seen someone in between our breakups that didn’t work out at the end.
And that means your husband deflowered you?
Wow, how does it feel knowing that you kept yourself until marriage?
It’s a good feeling. Although, it’s difficult to keep considering the industry we are involved in. But with sheer determination and God’s grace, you can make it .
How do you mean ‘difficult to keep’?
We are in an industry that is perceived to be highly plagued with sexual immorality in order to buy favour from producers and marketers, Nevertheless, we still have a good number of them (producers and marketers) in the industry that believe so much on hardwork and ingenuity.
Nowadays, we have a lot of young girls who have been already lost their virginity even as at the age of 14,how did you manage to remain sexually disciplined while you were a teenager?
I think it’s mostly a combination of family values, upbringing and self discipline vis-a-vis via self contentment. Ladies need to do away with obsession with materialism. All this things come and go. They are vain. Work hard for yours but don’t mess your body to get them. Don’t exchange your body for objects. Place value on yourself.Parents should also work harder to train their children to have morals.