Renowned Yoruba actress, Wunmi Ajiboye, has broken her silence over the reports that her marriage to popular actor, Segun Ogungbe, has crashed. The Nollywood actress who took to her Instagram handle on Sunday night, said that contrary to some media reports that the burial of her mother was financed by the Chairman Park Management System in Lagos state, Musiliu Akinsanya, she single-handedly financed the event. She said she had signed the deal with the King of Fuji music, Wasiu Ayinde, also known as K1, independently before the burial party.
The mother of two, while narrating her reason for inviting Akinsanya, popularly called MC Oluomo, to her party said she belonged to a group called Connecting Grassroots Initiative, and he is the pioneer member of the said group.
According to her “It took me seven years before I could give my mother a befitting burial which I am proud to do solely. The philanthropist gave me money to support in the presence of the committee a day before the party. Everything I have done is always tagged to him and somehow robbed me of my hard work and sweat. I am boldly saying I do not have a romantic relationship with him (MC Oluomo), and this has not canceled the fact that he has been a good person to me.”
While reacting to her crashed marriage, the Nollywood actress said: “As for the adorable father of my children who has refused to say a word on our relationship status and I decided to respect his opinion, I feel tempted to talk but still for the sake of the beautiful kids, I would keep mute until he finds appropriate time to do otherwise.”
You will recall that over the weekend, rumors emerged that the embattled husband of the actress, Segun Ogungbe, was embarrassed at the burial event of her mother-in-law. In June, news made rounds that Segun Ogungbe and Wunmi Ajiboye had parted ways.
According to Gistlover, Segun couldn’t fund Wunmi’s lifestyle, hence why she resulted to having extramarital affairs. Now she has returned to the streets.