“I will love to remarry” Iyabo Ojo speaks about her love life, fiancee identity


Iyabo Ojo, a multiple award-winning actress, has spoken out about her love life. Iyabo Ojo, who divorced her first husband several years ago, says she is ready to remarry.

Earlier this month, the actress, who appeared on the reality show Real Housewives of Lagos, hinted on her Instagram page about a possible relationship with a mystery lover.

She credited him for her glowing skin and happiness, saying that an Igbo man had captured her heart.

In an Interview with PREMIUM TIMES at the ‘Palava’ movie premiere at The Jewel Aida, Lekki, on Sunday, the mother-of-two, confirmed she is in a relationship and would remarry.

The actress, whom Bimbo Akintola introduced to acting after she joined the Actor’s Guild of Nigeria in 1998, said, “Yes, I’m willing to give marriage a shot; yes, I am in love. There is an Igbo man in the corner stealing my heart away.”“I will love to remarry” Iyabo Ojo speaks about her love life, fiancee identity

Iyabo married Ademidun Ojo, a clearing and forwarding agent operating at Tincan Island, Lagos, in 1999, when she was 21 and took a break from pursuing her acting career almost immediately. She welcomed a son, Felix and then a daughter, Priscilla, in 1999 and 2001.

She divorced their father, who now lives in New Jersey, U.S., in 2001. She attributed the breakup of her first marriage to marrying at an early age.

When asked about her new lover’s identity, she refused to divulge that information.



Regarding the secret of her beauty, she said, “It’s God; I try to keep my soul happy, I try to keep my soul happy, work on my body, make sure that I do a love exercise, take a lot of water, you know and just take care of my skin. Everything that has to do with a beauty routine.”

Speaking on her projects, she said “Next year, Hopefully, we’re going to be back with the Real Housewives of Lagos, season two, we’re going to be filming that takes a lot of my time. But I also will be producing my movie. We’re trying to do “The return of Arinzo.”

“We’re trying to bring Arinzo back; we’re working on it already, and I also want to start shooting some series, you know, that will be going on my YouTube channel, you know, for my fans and also to support a lot of upcoming actors you know, I’m gonna be using more of upcoming actors on this one.”

Speaking on the divide between the Nollywood and Yoruba movie industry, she said she doesn’t believe such exists.

“You know, I don’t think we’re divided. I’ve always said we’re all one Nollywood. We probably might speak different languages to interpret roles, but we’re all telling African stories at the end of the day.”

“We are all Africans, we are all Nigerians, so I don’t see us as divided. It is probably the fans and the audience that do that, but I, as an actor, don’t see that,’’ she noted.



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