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This is certainly not to discourage female education or scare women who aspire to reach the apogee of the academic ladder.

It has in fact become an abomination in many African countries for people from certain “rival” tribes to get married.

Sadly, beautiful young women are missing the opportunity to get married to men they love, all in the name of tradition or tribal hatred.

Three of the ‘unattached’ interviewees had obtained their MA degrees yet they, to quote one of them, ‘are still struggling to get Mr.

Right.’ This revelation in a way suggests that women with credentials or academic accolades do not necessarily attract men or enjoy some advantage in terms of getting husbands.

The panic is made even worse by the traditional African notion that it is the responsibility of the man to handle all marriage and household expenses, even when it is clear that the woman’s job or income is much better than the man’s.

Poor choices (Ignoring or paying less attention to the right men): Some African women seem to focus on those men who would not give them the chance or the treatment they want and deserve.

Unnecessary church rules/codes: Many churches or religious denominations do not allow their members, especially the women to marry outside the church.

Attempts by female members of these faiths to marry men of other denominations are usually frustrated by their church leaders.

Many highly educated African women have also been accused of ignoring interested men whose educational qualifications are below theirs; hence their singleness.

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