‘You’re making me miserable’: Concerned grandmother asks questions of her 30-year-old granddaughter who is still single
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‘You’re making me miserable’: Concerned grandmother asks questions of her 30-year-old granddaughter who is still single

  • A Nigerian woman who was visiting her grandmother has sparked mixed reactions after watching a video of her visit
  • Within five minutes of the unexpected visit to Grandma’s, the elderly woman had already started talking about marriage
  • The old woman was worried that her 30-year-old granddaughter was unmarried, but the lady’s answer made the grandmother’s expression change

A 30-year-old Nigerian woman told how her grandmother started asking her about marriage.

@nneomaukandu paid a surprise visit to her grandmother, and the elderly woman was quick to express her concern about her granddaughter’s spinster status.

A grandmother worried about the visit of her 30-year-old daughter wonders why she is still not married
Her grandmother was worried that at the age of 30 she was still unmarried. Photo: @nneomaukandu
Source: TikTok

“Are you making me unhappy?” – the old woman asked her unmarried daughter, wondering why she was still single.

@nneomaukandu replied that she will get married soon but is waiting for the right man. She added that not everyone finds fulfillment in marriage.

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At this moment, Grandma’s expression changed

@nneomaukandu said she was single because she hadn’t seen a man like her grandfather, which brought a smile to the older woman’s face. Sharing a video of her surprise visit to her grandmother, @nneomaukandu wrote on TikTok:

“Recently I surprised my dear grandmother and within 5 minutes she was already asking when I was going to get married.

“Seeing her blush when I mentioned that she married a man like my late grandfather warmed my heart. They were married for 60 years and I had the honor of witnessing their love for 26 years before he passed away (may his soul rest in peace).

“They are my most important goals in a relationship ❤️. I hope to find a love like theirs.”

Legit.ng reported that a woman in her thirties had given her criteria when announcing that she was looking for a partner.

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Watch the video below:

Reactions to Nneoma Ukandu’s video

1ladyj2 said:

“The way you are approaching this marriage is not an achievement, if we tell you that we are thinking about marriage, hmmm, you won’t understand, my dear, take your time and look for your man.”

Kokoete777 said:

“Oh. Her hearty laugh when you mentioned your dad, memories immediately flooding her mind. Beautiful grandma.”

ABIODUN said:

“It’s not about finding someone like dad. The point is, can we be patient and understanding with a person like Grandma and Dad were?”

kachiuta said:

“If mom tells you she’ll see where dad is, you won’t get married again. But they are more tolerant than you, children of this generation.”

GREAT IDOL✨said:

“When you mentioned Dad, she was so happy.”

Osigaauto World said:

“Nobody talks about how skilled Grandma is.”

doratygotau said:

“Grandma doesn’t know what to say to Weray Men Full Street NW.”

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Lady advises women not to get married before 30

Meanwhile, Legit.ng We previously reported that a woman advised women not to get married before the age of 30.

In a post on TikTok, Ms @raezjewels noted that women who get married before the age of 30 may regret this decision. Raez Jewels stated that the 1920s should be a formative period for young women, not a period of marriage.

According to Jewels, women should use these years to decide what they want in life before they try to settle down.

Source: Legit.ng