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‘If This One Falls Apart, I Won’t Marry Again’ – Mr Ibu Says As He Declares His 5th Marriage As The Worst And Feels Like Punishment

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‘If This One Falls Apart, I Won’t Marry Again’ – Mr Ibu Says As He Declares His 5th Marriage As The Worst And Feels Like Punishment

John Okafor, popularly known as Mr Ibu, has disclosed that if his present marriage fails, he will not get married again.

The popular Nollywood actor made this known in an interview with FAITH AJAYI (PunchhNg) while talking about his family crises. Mr Ibu declared his 5th marriage as the worst and that it “feels like punishment”.

When quizzed on the state of his marriage, the comic actor said;

“This is my final marriage. If this one falls apart, I won’t marry again. This is my fifth and the worst marriage, because my wife adopted what is not obtainable.

“This feels like punishment; not marriage. I doubt if I am still in the marriage, because it seems she has already prepared her mind to leave, and I’m not going to stop her. I support her leaving.

“Each time I see her, I begin to breathe erratically, and it is not good for me, because I am not ready to die. There are opportunities God exposed me to that are of interest to me.”

If you recall, Mr Ibu was recently accused by his wife of being in a relationship with his adopted daughter, Jasmine.

When asked in the interview with FAITH AJAYI, what prompted his wife to be suspicious of his relationship with his adopted daughter, the thespian said:

“There was one lady from my town that was close to the family. This lady wanted more than what God had given her; and when she was not getting it, she started causing trouble in my home by poisoning my wife’s mind.

“When we were at the police station recently, the Divisional Police Officer asked her if I was guilty of all she said I did?

“She said ‘no’; that I should know that nobody would like to put a case in the public domain and lose. She said that she was only trying to win the case.

“So, my wife’s younger brother, her friends, and the lady from my town knelt down and were begging me in the presence of the DPO.

“Before then, my wife’s younger brother was ready to fight me in my own house. This was the same boy that said he wanted to play football outside Nigeria, and I singlehandedly took him to different clubs, where he was tried but was not selected in any of the trials. I actually lost money in that process.”

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