In a recent interview with The Sun, Nollywood star actress and film producer, Ronke Ojo speaks on her tolerant limit for a man: It’s when a man raises up his hand on me.
For every other thing, no problem because I am a Yoruba and also an African woman, I have people who are looking up to me. And I want them to listen to me, because when my mother is talking to me, she always gives example of herself.
On if money can be enough when it comes to marriage: No, no, no. Money is like 10 percent in marriage. Money is good, it has to be there, but it’s like 10 percent in marriage.
On celebrities getting married to men with high financial status: Excuse me sir. You see, that is what celebrities do but I am sorry, it is not right.
If that person is not a celebrity, he would do the same. It is everywhere.
Ibironke Ojo-Anthony has made her mark in Nollywood especially in the Yoruba sector of the industry. The thespian became a household name in 2000 when she acted in a movie, Oshodi Oke, from where she got her stage name.