60-year-old newlywed Erumena Amata told BBC Pidgin that she had been advised in the past that she would have difficulty finding a husband due of her age. They warned her she'd be older or taller than the man she'd marry, she said, according to the report.
According to Erumena, she met her spouse through a mutual friend while speaking with BBC Pidgin. A common buddy was well-versed in both her personal life and the personal life of the man she married.
Her husband's wife, she claims, is running late. Ten years ago, he lost his wife. The man is married with only one child.
After that, a large number of her acquaintances were engaged and married, according to her. They've begun spending time with their grandkids. She went to their wedding throughout the time they were engaged. Despite her desire to marry soon, she was surprised to learn that it will take her much longer to locate a suitable partner. At the age of sixty-four, Erumena is happily married.
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