Actor Yemi Solade reveals how his current wife proposed to him after his first wife left him

There is no gainsaying the fact that
actor, Yemi Solade, has a beautiful wife. His better half used to be an
actress known as Hannah Marsh, and a lot has been written about their
union. However, many do not know how the affair actually kick started,
but Yemi revealed that much recently on a television show.

When asked to recount how he met his
wife, he said, “My wife actually toasted me. I had previously been
married, but my first wife left me and went abroad. I met my current
wife on the set of Wale Adenuga’s Super Story. God indeed has a
sense of humour because I met two half-castes that year, Lilian Bach
and Hannah Marsh. Lilian played my wife, while Hannah acted as my
secretary in that particular production. I liked Hannah, but I initially
did not want to get involved with half-caste ladies because I felt they
are expensive to maintain, and only rich men can handle them. However,
we met again and unknown to me, she had also been eyeing me, so she
asked me to bring my phone, and she dialed her number on it. We all know
the rest of the story, and now, we have two kids between us. I feel it
was God that wrote our script, and I am pleased with it.”

Solade, who is of the opinion that stars
are not appreciated in Nigeria, further said, “I like to hide my face
because popular people are not appreciated in this country, unlike
overseas. In some other countries, when stars are going out, they are
usually accompanied by hefty bodyguards, but it’s not like that here. As
a matter of fact, I do not believe we have celebrities here in Nigeria,
we only have popular people. Stars are not supposed to buy second-hand
cars like we do here. Meanwhile, some popular people in Nigeria are
always attending every event in town, and I do not think it should be so
because it cheapens them.”

My son can’t commit suicide, he was manipulated — Mum of Babcock student who took own life

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Many Nigerians have yet to come to
terms with what could have led a teenage undergraduate of Babcock
University, Verishima Unokyur, to take his own life, write GBENGA ADENIJI and MOTUNRAYO JOEL.

In what appeared as a clue to the
mystery surrounding the suicide act by a part-two student of Babcock
University, 19-year-old Verishima Unokyur, his mother, Patricia, on
Friday said her son couldn’t have done such to himself without external
The mother, who was pensive and
heart-broken, told some sympathisers who came to console the family in
their home in Ewu Tuntun, Mafoluku Oshodi area of Lagos that her son
never gave her any...
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