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‘This Is My Fifth And Worst Marriage, I Don’t Want To Marry Again’ – Mr Ibu Cries Out

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Veteran Nollywood actor, John Okafor better known professionally as Mr Ibu gives more insight on the nature of his family crisis.


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In a recent interview, the actor who was queried about the nature of his current marriage 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.”

The Enugu-born performer who was asked whether he was still married when he adopted his daughter said:

After my fourth marriage, I adopted Jasmine. She was still a girl of about 12/13 years old when I adopted her. I adopted her because nobody cared for her. She was abandoned. I usually go to places and listen to people. She came to me and told me she was interested in acting. She does not know who her biological father was, and her mother didn’t use to discuss anything about him with her. She told me she used to watch my movies, and she loved me so much and would like to be in my care. I asked her what level of education she had, and she told me to help her complete her education; which I did. She bears my name, but it wasn’t until later that the adoption was legalised. Her mother consented to me adopting her.”

He added that he had began having issues with his fifth wife following his recuperation from a poison attack.

Ibu said:

Right from time, she had never allowed me to rest. When I was hospitalised and she came to the hospital, it was like war. She kept complaining that I did not care for her and the children. I made arrangements to give her some money, but she said it was not enough; that I should add something to it. I did, and after she left, she did not come to see me again throughout my stay in the hospital.”

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