Aggrieved Ngozi Ezeonu’s husband, Edwin has continued to express his pains over their failed marriage, and his non involvement in their only daughter’s wedding.
Recall that few weeks ago, Nollywood veteran actress, Ngozi Ezeonu gave out her daughter’s hand in marriage at a glamorous ceremony held in Asaba, Delta State but her estranged husband, Mr. Edwin Ezeonu wasn’t present to officially hand over his daughter’s hand to the groom.
Well, Mr. Ezeonu who is a native of Nnobi and Ngozi from Ogbunike, both in Anambra State, is devastated that Ogechukwu Edwina Ezeonu traditional marriage was held in Delta State, an act seen as abomination in his community.
While recalling how their marriage crashed in 2013, Mr. Ezeonu,
“As I got home that fateful day, my landlady told me that Ngozi had packed out of the house, taking the children with her. Few weeks before that, I had insinuated that she was putting up a new apartment, I summoned her and warned her against dividing the family. But she never listened. I made sure I gave Ngozi all the supports and encouragements she needed to boost her career as a seasoned actress, yet she never valued all my efforts. She also never contributed a dime to the upkeep of the house and wellbeing of the children. Even after they left, I still catered for my kids; school fees, food stuff and all. I’m still devastated that my only daughter would do this to me. Ngozi should also desist from using my surname. We are divorced,” he lamented.
Handsome Nigerian singer, Korede Bello, who was born on February 29, has opened up about his feeling as he celebrates his birthday every leap year (once in four years).
In a recent interview with Punch, Korede Bello revealed what that has taught him.”I must confess it does make me feel special. I don’t have to feel like I’m getting older every year (laughs). It is truly special to anticipate something for four years. It teaches one a lot about patience and rewards.
All the birthdays I’ve had have been memorable because I had four years to plan for them,” he said.
On the accusations of being a woman wrapper and his secret romance with Iyabo Ojo’s daughter, Prisca, the ‘Godwin’ crooner said, ” People see me as a womanizer. I don’t even know what that word mean anymore. I guess when one attracts a lot of female attention and love, they call one a womaniser.
As for my rumoured relationship with Priscilla, she would be in a better position to respond to that (laughs).”
Speaking on wedding bells and his kind of ‘wife material, Korede Bello says, “Wedding bells are always sounding every Saturday. Perhaps, you have not been paying attention. I even try to put bells in my songs because my name is Bello. If you listen closely to the song, ‘Sun mo Mi’, you would hear wedding bells and hints of a potential wedding. As for the qualities I would like in my dream woman, the only quality that truly matters is a strong connection. A connection with God, herself and with me. Every other thing doesn’t really matter. Besides, a dream woman will always be a dream. I want a real woman.”