"Don't judge a man based on his current financial situation," a Nigerian advises women , adding that she met her husband while he was working as a waiter.

Dr. Mayowa Dudushewa Ekundayo, a Nigerian relationship coach residing in New Zealand, has encouraged women not to look down on guys who are still struggling financially, or they may miss out on potential life mates.

On Thursday, August 5, the mother of two, who is married to Dr. Samuel Ekundayo, an internationally recognized preacher and motivational speaker, delivered the advice.

When Dr. Ekundayo met her husband, he was pursuing his Master's degree and struggling financially, so he had to work as a waiter at a restaurant, according to her.

Despite his status at the time, she chose to date him because she saw a dedicated man with a clear vision and purpose beyond his struggles.

"When my husband got his PhD, it was a joyful day. Because we started the journey together, I was overjoyed and fulfilled!"

He was pursuing his Mater's program when we met 6 years ago, but he was having financial difficulties and had to support himself by working as a waiter in a restaurant to make ends meet.

I still answered yes to him when he asked for a relationship because I could see past his current difficulties.

I saw a man with a vision, who knew what he wanted to do with his life, who was dedicated to his profession, and who genuinely cared about me. I was prepared to "suffer" beside him, knowing that I would also "rule" alongside him. It was only a matter of time before something like this happened.

Don't let a great man go through your fingers! Don't look down on those who started out small. I'm hoping this will be of assistance to someone.

Her husband complimented her for being with him from the beginning in response to the post.

"Thank you, Lord! Thank you, Darling, for being there from the beginning. My number one supporter "he penned

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