An open letter to Tonto Dikeh/Churchill, Prince Eke/Muma Gee and Ibinabo Fiberesima
Prince Eke/Muma Gee
I read with disappointment an article online that confirmed you granted another interview about your marriage crisis. You were quoted to have said…
Till now, there is no time my mother-in-law has called me to apologise for her daughter’s behaviour. I guess they already know her antecedents. This is a woman who gave birth at an old age. I wonder what the person that is deceiving her is giving her or telling her. (The Punch)
If you said this, then I will advise you to stop it. Don’t talk about you wife in that
manner. Don’t drag family members into your marital issues. Talking about your marriage crisis on social media will not earn you sympathy, rather it will earn you reproach. Be very cautious with what you say so you don’t ruin a chance of a reconciliation.
How can you call your wife an old woman? Didn’t you know she was old when you married her? You ask what the man dating her now is giving her. It is that same thing that you gave her. It is that same thing you told her, that is what the present man is telling her too. My advice is, if you want your wife back, go after her. Stop granting unnecessary interviews. Learn from Teebliz’s mistake.
You are a fine young man, with a good career. I personally love watching your movies cos you always interpret your roles so well. Truth be told, some young women around you will be praying for you to propose to them right now.
But I have one advice for you, try to make your marriage work. You already have 3 kids with Mum Gee.
For the sake of those innocent children, consider a reconciliation. Children from broken homes go through a lot of emotional trauma. Please have a rethink and stop granting interviews.
For Muma Gee, all I can say is that I am disappointed in you. As a mother, abandoning your children in the hands of a nanny is irresponsible. From all indication, you went to Abuja against your husband’s wish. This is very wrong. But if you had to go at all cost, you would have made arrangement to go with your kids and stay as long as you want.
Nobody is blaming you for working on a new album. Music is your source of livelihood, but your kids should be your priority. We all know that children under 16 need their mothers more than they need their fathers. So it was irresponsibility on your part to abandon those children.
Do not play with your marriage. You do not know how blessed you are to have Prince Eke as a husband. He may not be a perfect man, he may not earn as much as you do, but he is certainly a blessing. Love him, respect him and try to make your marriage work.
Every woman needs a companion, just as every man needs a companion. You were single for many years before you eventually got married, so I am sure you know what loneliness is. Don’t tell me you have forgotten so soon.
Don’t let any man pull out of your marriage. He may turn to be your worst nightmare, then it will be too late. Think! Muma Gee think!
Tonto Dike/Churchill Olakunle
Hmmmm! What can I say to these two beautiful couple? Both of you look so good together and it breaks my heart to hear stories of infidelity and marriage crashing. My dear Churchill, if stories flying around is true, I beg you to retrace your steps.
Do not destroy your marriage because of another woman. No matter how beautiful or attractive that woman is, it doesn’t worth destroying your marriage. If she has given you love portion to make you lose your senses, I declare you free this minute, in Jesus mighty name.
If you are just being carried away out of your own stupidity, I pray God almighty to grant you wisdom this minute in Jesus name. No woman is worth destroying your marriage for. Please please and please stop this. Mend your marriage. There is nothing as a perfect marriage. You both have got to make it work.
The devil is attacking marriages these days. This explains the high rate of divorce. There are unconfirmed rumours that you have been married before to Bimbo Coker and divorced in 2012. Though no news of having a child with her. Please don’t ever dream of marrying a third woman or having children from different women. It is not a rosy experience. Ask 2face and 9ice, they will tell you their regrets.
So retrace your steps before it is too late. Stick to the woman who has a son for you now. The woman you legally married. Reject that devil that has come in form of a pretty woman. Reject it and bind her out of your life forever.
You came into limelight after marrying Tonto Dike. Before now nobody knew you, even with your billions. It is one thing to have money, it is another thing to be popular and be on the pages of the newspaper every day. Nobody knew chief Adeleke even though he was an oil magnet, until his son Davido became a household name.
Listen to me ‘Big Church’, if you ruin your marriage with Tonto Dike, your five minutes fame will be over. If you doubt me ask Philip Ehiagwina, Ini Edo’s ex-husband and Almaroof, Funke Akindele’s ex. Since their marriages to their celebrity wives collapsed, their 5 minutes fame vanished. They are no longer in the news. They have gone back to where they belong. Take it or leave it. if you allow your marriage collapse because of what is under another woman’s laps, you will go back to where you belong. Be wise.
To Tonto Dikeh, all I can say to you my ‘yummy mummy’, is to forgive your Mr. X. Forgive your King Kong and mend your marriage.
Don’t let the hurt in your heart destroy what both of you have shared. Don’t forget you have a son together. My wish is for both of you to have many more sons and daughters. Fight for your marriage and don’t let any strange woman take what rightfully belongs to you.
I applaud you for apologising to Mercy Johnson. It takes courage to do that. This is sign that you now understand life better. Close your ears to all those criticizing your actions. The likes of Victoria Iyama are just jealous. Mercy Johnson also deserves a standing ovation with the maturity with which she handled it. She earned my respect.
I have never been a fan of Ibinabo, especially with the AGN brouhaha between her and Emeka Ike in the recent past and the way she managed the accident crisis that took the life of a medical doctor. But I was touched by her last birthday message. Part of it read …
From the shock of a 3 time presence of lumps in the breast to surgeries fighting for my life and the pain of a dissolution of a bond I hoped to keep with a life time partner and the re-emergence of singleness. From the tension of awaiting a judges pronouncement to the horror of walking into prison over a cross accidentally acquired and carried for so long.
After reading this portion, it dawned on me that everybody has personal struggles, it doesn’t matter if you are rich or poor, young or old, man or woman.
It is very important that we watch what we say to people cos we may never know what they are struggling with every day. All I can say to you is to stay strong. You are blessed with 3 children and there can be no greater blessing than that. True every woman needs a companion, but you are better off a single mother than to be in an unhappy marriage.
Besides, it is not too late to remarry. You are just 43. Liz Benson remarried at 45 and I am sure she is happy. Keep your hope alive and always remember that you are not alone in your struggle. Many women are going through the same situation right now. But whatever has a beginning will surely have an end.
God bless us all.