Foluke Daramola: I Was Destined To Marry Kayode Salako, I’m Happy Here

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January 27, 2017 – Foluke Daramola: I Was Destined To Marry Kayode Salako, I’m Happy Here

Alleged home breaker, Nollywood actress Foluke Daramola has come after a journalist who misquoted her in a recent interview with Tribun.

Foluke was quoted to have said she can handle her man if he ever cheated on her.

Here is what the actress said in a press statement released yesterday:

‘It is true I responded to few questions from a lady journalist, who called from Tribune to know a few things. But through out my response, I never used infidelity to accuse or describe anything around my husband, because there wasn’t anything of such around us.

I am aware my husband associates with both men and women in his daily endeavors and he is not limiting and gagging me as well. I am free to relate and associate with anybody. And the best he deserves from me is his freedom of association as well. There is no issue of infidelity between us or in my marriage. So, there is no way I can accuse him of such.

Kayode Salako is a wonderful human being. He is not giving me any problem at all in this marriage. Though, we disagree and have our own challenges some times, but he is still the best that has happened to me. I think what Tribune did was to use a sensational headline that could sell their paper.

As far as I am concerned, that word ‘infidelity’ does not exist in the dictionary of what my husband and I have built. We are both good friends. We understand eachother perfectly and I know almost all his male and female friends. And he is aware of all my associates, male and female as well. We have been together for a while now and I think Kayode is still about the best man I have ever known.

Even if there is any issue of infidelity or anything like that, it would be uncivilized of me to bring it on the pages of news paper.

What the journalist asked me is how I would handle any issue of infidelity should it arises in my marriage.

And my answer is: Infidelity cannot break my marriage or make me leave my home. I am exposed enough to know that men naturally could be naughty at times in nature, so I have never been afraid of that. The most important thing to me in this marriage is my happiness and fulfilment and I can tell anybody that I am happy and fulfilled here. This is not about money or what my husband has to give me, but the place where my destiny has chosen for me.

I like to say it again, that there is no where I ever used that word ‘infidelity’ for my husband, because there is nothing like that in my marriage and it is very derogatory to use for my hubby. I am with Kayode Salako not only because he is my husband, but I believe in his future. To believe in a man is more important than to love him.

I believe in my man. And that is fat stronger enough for me than loving him. That word ‘infidelity’ does not exist in the dictionary of my marriage. And if it exist, that can never be an issue with me. I am determined to keep my home.