“Iโ€™d love to have a child and Iโ€™m working towards it” -Rita Dominic

Nollywood screen diva, Rita Dominic, has disclosed that she is presently โ€œworkingโ€ towards having her own babies.

The 42-year-old โ€™76 and The Meeting star revealed this in an uncharacteristically open chat about her private life during a recent Facebook Live chat with her fans.

Rita, responding to a question whether she had children, said: โ€œNo, I donโ€™t but Iโ€™d love to. I love children so much. And Iโ€™m working on it, hopefully.โ€

When questioned if sheโ€™s presently in a relationship, she squealed with laughter before responded by saying that itโ€™s her personal life but went on to note that she once had a boyfriend in Germany.

โ€œThatโ€™s my personal life. Donโ€™t make me blush. Actually, I used to have a boyfriend. I used to date somebody in Germanyโ€, the actress said without divulging more details on the relationship.

Rita is regarded as one of the most eligible bachelorettes in Nigeria.

In a recent interview with a lifestyle and fashion magazine, Schick, Rita said she could have been married a long time ago, but things didnโ€™t work out.

She however, is hopeful that God will present the right man to her at the right time.

โ€œI believe that God is in charge of my life and will present the right man to me at the right time,โ€ she said.

According to the multiple award-winning actress, she has not allowed the social pressure to stampede her into taking a hasty decision on marriage.

โ€œI am a human being and I would be lying to say that it doesnโ€™t sometimes. More so because itโ€™s something I sincerely want to do but the feeling passes when I remember that society will not live with the person.โ€

She continued, โ€œI will live with the man, so it is very important that I do it because I want to, not because society wants it for me.โ€

On the myth that sex, for women, gets better with age, Rita opined that sex at 40 is what you make of it.

โ€œIf you ordinarily donโ€™t enjoy it, age wonโ€™t make a difference. I find that when a woman embraces her sexuality, many Nigerians equate it to being Ashewo, as if we should act like sex is not pleasurable,โ€ he argued.

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