TV3's news anchor Ayisha Yakubu, is gradually making waves in the limelight as she continues to give bold accounts of her life experiences and her subtle way of packaging controversial jabs without bringing much attention to herself. She is one of the favourite of the people and her marriage boosted the attraction of more fans towards her and she has managed to stay in the good books of the people as she continues to throw one word of caution after the other.
In a new piece of advice, she has opened up on one of the most sensitive issues, relationships. One can see that she speaks out of her experience in this newly served advice, since she has admitted that heartbreak can have a damaging effect on one’s life and although one’s heart can get completely broken and cannot get over the loss, she has advised that it gets better with time and that the loss only remains in the broken pieces and not the whole heart. She also added a word of prayer and this has multiplied her popularity among many and the love they have for her.
Well, Cookie Tee after escaping from many men who were not worthy of her and treated her as though she was of no value,(as boldly revealed by her) has now opened up as she happily discloses the success and flourish of her new love life and jokingly suggested adding another to her list. Many have pleaded with her to stay where she is and take it easy in her excitement. These ladies speaking from experience, with one married and the other happy, give hope that maybe there are still good men out there.
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