Don’t Get Married Or Have Kids If You And Your Partner Are Not Financially Set – Leila Djansi Advises

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku is a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

USA-based Ghanaian filmmaker, Leila Djansi has given a piece of advice to single people.

In a post sighted by, the opinionated director advised people who are intending to get married to have a strong financial backing before they tie the knot.

Without savings, joints accounts and investments, Leila said they should not get married or have kids.

She indicated that she was heartbroken after seeing so much need on social media.

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Leila added that men should also marry someone whose earning can complement theirs.

She wrote: “If you and your intended are not financially set, with savings, joint accounts, and investments, please do NOT get married or have children! I am so heartbroken seeing so much need on social media this morning!

Men, men, draw ya ears: BREAK up post haste with any lady you’re dating now who needs funds from you for her basic needs and phone bills. This is NOT a woman who can partner with you in marriage. Marry someone whose earning can complement yours. Not one that will not make a significant difference, and that’s why a spouse is also referred to as a significant other.

Stop chasing the flimsy wife material and find you a nice strong blanket.
If you’re planning to enter a marriage and have kids,

Please, please, PLAN and include any eventualities cos shit happens. Give those kids the comfortable life you either had or did desired. Pay it forward. I don’t care how much God is in control. God ALLOWS shit to happen, so you better be prepared like the ten wise virgins!
Good morning .”

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