Dabota said age is not a problem in relationship and marrying an old man is normal. She also said her hubby puts her first in everything she does.
Read excerpts from the interview below.
Was it a tough decision getting married when you did?
For me to have gotten married when I did was not a tough decision to arrive at. It has not stopped me from being a career woman and this year, I will go into other areas of interests, which are really big.
How do you manage the reactions that trail your union?
I’m resolute and I had made up my mind with the consent and blessings of the persons that matter most to me. Other opinions are just what they are – opinions. I take nothing to heart.
Did you consider the age difference between your husband and yourself?
When you love somebody, you just love him or her with your whole heart. You do not think about age or anything of that nature. My husband’s age is not a problem because a marriage built on the laws of God must work regardless of age, class or origin and that is what my husband and I have going for us. We face what God has to say before anything else.
Quite a number of women would shy away from being a stepmother. How would you describe your relationship with your husband’s kids?
We have an amazing rapport; we are a happy family
Why did you decide to marry your husband and what do you admire the most about him?
My husband is a selfless man; apart from God he puts me first in everything he does. And he is also a very God-fearing man.