Nollywood actress, Ufuoma McDermott, has advised young people to stop age-shaming people and calling them ‘old’ as an insult.

Ufuoma McDermott writes

The 40-year-old thespian stated this in a post she shared on her Instagram page on Monday, December 27. According to her, aging is a gift from God and not a curse or stigma.

She added that there will come a time when we will all look back and realize we are no longer young. The mum-of-two also prayed for God keep everyone alive to a good old age.

She wrote,

“There will come a time when we will look back and we’re no longer young.
we should stop saying #OldWoman Or #OldMan Like say na insult. #Aging is actually a gift from God. May we all #live to be #old and #gray IJN”

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In other news, Reno Omokri recently stated that love alone is not enough to make a marriage work.

The former presidential aide who stated this in one of his social media nuggets noted that marriage requires proper planning.

According to him, aside from love, there are several other factors that contribute to a happy marital life.

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