Nigerian singer Joy Odiete a.k.a Jodie says she is ready to stay single and celibate if it’s written by God.
After her ex-husband, Nollywood actor David Nnaji abandoned her and their child with special needs, Jodie has been the only parent to her son Chinua, born with cerebral palsy.
In an interview with Nation she said:
“With all what I went through, would I give love another chance? Hmmm, God is love nothing but love lives here. I know you are talking about marriage though. I
If God sends me my Boaz, why not? I will gladly, as I’m still young and ‘everything’ is in very good shape. On the flip side, I’m willing to stay single and celibate if God writes my script that way. Whichever way, I’ll do it with joy,” she said.
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In a lengthy Instagram post on Wednesday April 27th the musician said her son’s condition has taken a toll on her finances and called on Nigerians for help.
Jodie also said she has borrowed and begged many people for support in her bid to cater to her son’s needs.
“I am not a lazy person. Sang a song, Kuchi Kuchi in 2010, which Kings and Queens have listened to and enjoyed. I am using the soft spot that song may have created to make this appeal,” she wrote.
My finances have been swallowed. Friends have abandoned me, because I am a beggar. My debts are new every morning. But I am a mother who would rather die first before her son does not eat.
Jodie is renowned for her 2010 hit song titled ‘Kuchi Kuchi’.
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