Nollywood Filmmaker, Daniel Adenimokan remarries for the third time after parting ways with Actress Stella Damascus his former wife.
Following his divorce from well-known actress Stella Damasus, whom he wed in 2014, Nollywood filmmaker Daniel Ademinokan has remarried. A third time.
After divorcing actresses Doris Simeon and Stella Damasus, Daniel Ademinokan was seen in a social media video walking down the. Aisle with his new spouse.
The newlywed Tope and her husband Daniel could be seen in the furthermore web video walking inside a wedding site that was reportedly in Houston, Texas, USA.
While being surrounded by people at their wedding party, Daniel and his new wife could be seen dancing to the loud music coming from the event location.
The actress Damilola Adegbite discusses the reasons her marriage to Chris Attoh ended in divorce.
The announcement that Stella Damasus’s marriage to Daniel had ended and that she was now a single woman came the day before.
The mother of two who revealed it on a recent Teju Babyface show episode stated how her husband, however who was meant to go on a long trip, called and broke their marriage.
She claimed that while she was still in the dark about her husband’s intention to divorce her, she stumbled across. Derogatory language being used to criticize her further shattered marriage on YouTube.
Stella, who shared her experience with divorce and claimed to have believed her husband moreover to be her soul match, gave. Advice to women to watch out for warning signs and to delay marriage if possible.
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