‘After years of marriage, we have realised we are far happier apart,’ says actress Motilola Adekunle of her divorce from her spouse after two children.

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Motilola Adekunle, a Nigerian Yoruba actress, has announced her divorce from her airforce spouse, Mr Adekunle, on social media.

NenyKo reported around six years ago that her relationship with her spouse had been strained as she walked about without her wedding band. According to the enquiry, the entire story began between Motilola and her mother-in-law, who believed that the actress was too costly for her son to marry. Despite this, she denied having a close relationship with her mother-in-law.

 

According to her, their decision to split was best for both of them as it involved no anger or violence but due to their consensus.

Speaking further, she mentioned the reason she disclosed the information is as a result of the rumours and speculations that will arise if she had not been transparent.

Despite splitting up, she said their duties as parents to their two children are still intact.

Sharing a post, the mother of two wrote:

PLEASE READ CAPTION..PLEASE READ CAPTION…

It feels very odd that I have to share this kind of news with everyone as I am a staunch believer in the marriage institution, but the decision to share is a consequence of my believe in being transparent and not giving room to rumours or unverified speculations.

After ….. years of marriage, we have come to the hard but
pragmatic realisation and conclusion that we are much better apart.

Let me dispel any rumors that might emerge about the split. It’s very simple: It just didn’t work out. There is no anger involved. Difficult? Absolutely. But it is the best decision in the circumstances.

Let me reiterate that we are parents first and foremost, to two incredibly wonderful children and we ask for their, and our space and privacy to be respected at this difficult time. We have always conducted our relationship privately, and we hope that as we consciously uncouple and coparent, we will be able to continue in the same manner.

Thanks for your understanding and I seek your continuing prayers for me in this period.

I would also appreciate if there would be no calls, would respond to messages as soon as I can…pls understand the sensitivity of this situation… God bless you

Motilola Adekunle

 


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