Sept 9, 2013 – Frank Edoho’s Ex-Wife Bombarded With Marriage Proposals “Any Man That Dates Me Will Suffer” – Katherine Obiang
For Katherine Obiang, now an On-Air-Personality, her love for the big screen in recent time is soaring. The humble mother of three, who loves travelling, in this interview with DUPE AYINLA-OLASUKANMI, talks about her new role as a project manager for a stage play running this month at Terra Kulture, and the reason she is still a single mother, among other issues.
Interviewer: You are so busy, is there a space for a man?
Katherine: I am taking a breather. Right now, I have young children. After you have been in a relationship for so long, I think it is healthy to open your mind to other things. Let’s chase money first, it will come along. When you look at your children, you want to give them so many things, so let me focus on that. My parents do ask me, especially my mum. I am busy doing so many things, which include Lekki Wives Season II. Anyone who comes into my life now is just coming to suffer. I can’t focus on that person. It is not that I don’t get attention, I do. I get all sorts of attention, but I am not ready.
I think in our society, people don’t understand when you say you are not ready. They look at me, like I must be mad; but that is the truth. For me, I don’t want to bargain, because there are so many things to consider. I am on the radio from 10am to 3pm. From that time to wherever, I am running against time and, of course, I must also pay attention to my children. By the time I am done, I hit the bed fully clothed. And by six in the morning, my son will come and put on the light, ‘mummy, it is time to wake up.’ It is a miracle I am still like this; it is God. And I can’t do any meeting before my time on radio, except I am on leave. And when I am on leave I like to travel, to go and breathe a little. But it will come; I have no doubt about that. Man matter? I don’t have power.
Wonder what Frank Edoho will be thinking if he comes across this.