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Former Nollywood Actor Hon Rotimi Makinde mocks Ex Wife, Biola in birthday letter


On Sunday November 26, former Nollywood actor turned politician, Rotimi Makinde put up a share-and delete post on Facebook:

“Today marks seven years of separation with that bit*h called Bola,
she left by 6 a.m, Aregbesola became Governor by 9 a.m and it was also
her birthday date…I understand she is celebrating 50 years today and
also the opening of a new house in Ikorodu…. She must be preparing to
dance but not with a man she can call her husband but just any man. What
a life. Many reasons for me to appreciate God…Hon Rotimi Makinde.
” (sic)
the share-and-delete post
When fans and followers on Facebook threw aspersions on him for
throwing shades at his ex wife, Bolaji, the lawmaker immediately granted
an interview with Global Excellence were he denied ever making such a
post. He added that his haters would have composed such text.
But the post was also shared by Veno International magazine publisher, Ojo Sanya on Facebook.
Afterwards, to save face, he wrote a letter, which was also put up to embarrass the woman:

“Dear Bolaji Makinde,

Trust this message meets you well, There was a time when we both
wanted to spend our lives together, followed by a time when we could
stand each other, working together.
Growing steadily in NNPC was a great experience, raising our lovely
children under same roof was to be our target. There was a time when
unhappiness unveils but now we have realized that we weren’t meant to be
together as husband and wife. We were just incompatible and not meant
to journey life as husband and wife, Exactly three years before we
parted ways was also your birthday under my roof,your 40th was full of
pageantry with both of us dancing together with live songs of Dayo
Kujore, SSP, Atorise and Wale Barrister who were engaged by me.

At early stage of your divorce you choose the path of destiny to draw
the marital curtain at 43. Today is another birthday and a missed
anniversary for me to be candid. Happy birthday to my ex.

I will not lie, I will admit. Yes I am still sad, about the way we
split. It is still painful, to call you my ex-wife. But I am still glad,
that you were part of my life. Not just that, but your progress brings
me more joy and happiness.

*The success of Aregbesola at the court of appeal on that same date
of ur birthday in 2010 killed the sorrowful and traumatic experience in
my heart*

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Love was the reason for our marriage. Hate was the reason for our
divorce. Our marriage was consumed exactly Dec 17th 1994 at Ibukun
cinema Abeokuta.

The chairman, the best man, the best lady and numbers of our loved
ones who pulled crowd at our wedding still wonder but me and you know
why we have to keep mute and that I hope to maintain for the sake of our
innocent fruits of that union.

Let’s forget all those reasons and let a smile be the reason for our friendship.
Our marriage broke apart but we never behaved like nasty exes and enemies. I am glad that we have done justice to our memories.

*Happy birthday once again Bolaji Morufat Abiose*

If our life had come with instructional manual, I am pretty sure you
would have acted differently, Not many would even know that we parted
long before my electoral victory and before meeting my new adventure in
marriage.., I always agree , appreciate and celebrate you using * MRS
MAKINDE* as your surname despite all that transpired between us. No
objection…. I will follow the adage which says
*”suffers,he who does not forget”*

Our divorce has caged us both in a prison of bitter memories. Your
50th birthday seems like the perfect day to break free from the shackles
of our past and look towards an amicable future. I cannot but
appreciate God for blessing me with a knowledgeable woman with
outstanding endurance mind to console me from loneliness which might
have taken my life at early stage after our departure.

Wishing you Happy 50th Birthday Anniversary and House Warming Ceremony in sound health Bolaji.

God knows better than human beings and this is the reason why we need to abide with our fate.

Honourable Rotimi Makinde.” (sic)

Not a few Nigerians wonder why Makinde has not gotten over his ex after he has married a younger woman.
It could be recalled that after separating from his ex-wife, the
lawmaker got married to a 23-year-old lady, Oyebanke Oyelami who was
then a final year student of political science at the Obafemi Awolowo
University, Ile Ife, Osun state.

The couple has been married for about four years now and have two children together.

Makinde and new wife
“The letter is to mock his ex wife and she’s less bothered. Let
Rotimi continue to play the fool,” a source close to the ex lovers said.

Source: Kemi Ashefon

Kemisola Adeyemi

Kemisola Adeyemi is the Assistant Editor of Kemi Filani News. She loves to write and write and write and hopes to own a publishing firm someday! Email: [email protected]

6 Comments

  1. Very foolish man. So the young wife has not been able to erase memories of his ex wife? Or he is just miserable that his ex is doing well without him?

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