It is difficult to conclude if popular Ghanaian actress Khareema Aguiar is trying to justify divorce, but she says certain marriages are not meant to be.
According to the sexy-eyed ‘Checkmate’ actress, the moment a marriage hits the rocks; it simply means it was not meant to be.
Khareema’s comment follows reports of actress Juliet Ibrahim parting ways with her husband after a marriage that produced a child.
Subsequent reports to the issue to confirm whether she was divorce.
She rather told News-One: “As mature that I have become now, I have realize that God instituted marriage to be a lifetime thing. So if a marriage hits the rocks, it simply means it wasn’t meant to be and if it wasn’t meant to be, it’s as good as it not happening at all.”
Khareema, who is expected to launch her upcoming TV reality show soon, confessed some months ago that she was dating 22-year-old Gershon Koffie, a Canana-based Ghanaian midfielder, who plays for White Caps in Vancouver.
She however refused to substantiate claims that they were planning to get married.