Lawyer says if your man isn't jealous, then he doesn’t love you

Lawyer says if your man isn't jealous, then he doesn’t love you

- Highly-opinionated lawyer Maurice Ampaw has given an indicator on what shows a man truly loves his partner

- According to him, if a man truly loves his woman, he demonstrates a measure of jealousy

- It is not clear why Ampaw chose to focus the opinion on men as the statement seems applicable to both genders

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Popular lawyer Maurice Ampaw has shared the view that jealousy is a glue that holds every relationship together and the absence of it could mean that there is no love.

CelebritiesBuzz reports that he made the statements on a popular programme called the DaybreakHitz on Hitz FM in Accra.

It is said that love experts share his view to an extent. It is indicated that according to experts, jealousy to a certain manageable degree is acceptable and necessary in every relationship.

It shows how important one is to the other and demonstrates that the partners are committed to making the relationship grow to higher heights.

The thinking is that partners who are truly in love do everything possible to be on the lookout for any intruders who may be coming to jeopardise their relationship.

Where there is some controversy is how Ampaw chose to focus the opinion on men and not generally on partners in a relationship.

Perhaps the seasoned lawyer seeks to suggest that men in particular need to show jealousy to prove their love, whilst that may not necessarily be the case for women.

In other love news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Nwobi Nwakota and Okeke got married in their old age, having the perfect love story many would envy.

Nwobi said the reason she delayed marriage was that she wanted to marry a Catholic man whilst all the men who proposed to her were from other churches.

The elderly woman said that though many think she is in her menopause, she would be very happy to have a child.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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