Jide Kosoko Returns To Work A Month After Wife’s Death, Fans Come After Him

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July 7, 2016 – Jide Kosoko Returns To Work A Month After Wife’s Death, Fans Come After Him

Nollywood actor Jide Kosoko has come under fire again for returning to work a month after his beautiful wife, Henrietta Kosoko died under a mysterious circumstance in Lagos.

The controversial actor was spotted on the set of Wole Soyinka’s adaption movie in Lagos yesterday as he gazed intently on his script .

The fans of the actor found this a bit disturbing as they feel he should still be mourning his late wife.

Henrietta Kosoko died on the 6th of June 2016 and was buried on the 10th of June at her hometown in Delta state.

20 thoughts on “Jide Kosoko Returns To Work A Month After Wife’s Death, Fans Come After Him

  1. Easier said than done, wait for your turn…and see how easy it’s to mourn/stay idle at his age, if him BP no send am to grave. We all live in glass houses (marriage, etc) don’t cast stones.

  2. IF REVERSE WAS D CASE, HENRIETTA WOULD HV MOURNED HIM 4 COMPLETE ONE YR. I SEE SOMETHING WICKED ON PLANET EARTH — GIVING 40% OF UR LIFE TO A MAN IS A COMPLETE ERROOOOO !!!.

    • Women are the most illairious being ever, at age 16 – 30 they’re secretly and desperately seeking male companionship to explore their body and get marry before shame and stimazation creep-in from the society. You need to see how happy they get preparing for wedding and on the marriage day. They like the love/sex feeling forgetting about 9-months pregnancy journey and childbirth pains. After child bearing they finally realize marriage is not all about love/sex feeling but sex-machine, house-help and baby factory. They become sour, bitter and men/husband hater due to their God giving roll in marriage. In the wild (animal kingdom), sea, home/family, countries/continents, etc. God appointed leadership. STOP TALKING ABOUT GIVING 40% OF YOUR LIFE TO MEN…TAKE YOUR ROLES AS ASSIGNED TO GOD, DON’T LOOK FOR EQUALITY, DISCRIMINATE MEN, ABUSE/ BULLY THEM…you’ll get what you ask for

  3. I agree with you,no man is what shedding tears for not to talk of dying for. But for how long will he continue to mourn the late wife? Life must continue.

  4. There are very many things we may never know in this world. But I know that a teacher, for instance, who stays up to a month after his/her wife’s/husband’s burial before resuming work stands the risk of being fired. As for Jide Kosoko, even if we suspect that he has a hand in his wife’s death, this is not how to be sure. Finding him at a movie location does not mean he no longer mourns his wife. Life goes on no matter who was left behind.

  5. There are very many things we may never know in this world. But I know that a teacher, for instance, who stays up to a month after his/her wife’s/husband’s burial before resuming work stands the risk of being fired. As for Jide Kosoko, even if we suspect that he has a hand in his wife’s death, this is not how to be sure. Finding him at a movie location does not mean he no longer mourns his wife. Life goes on no matter who was left behind.

  6. I BELIEVE THIS MAN IS EVIL
    IT’S NOT UP TO 1 WEEK, PEOPLE SAW HIM AT EVENT.
    HE LOST 3 WIVES MYSTERIOUSLY, HE HAS SOME QUESTION TO ANSWER.

  7. @shantelshit… no WOMAN is ever worth dying for as well ‘mind you his late wife never died for him,But on her own and @ her time… so use brain when comenting!!! stop being and reason like a chicken .

  8. There are very many things we may never know in this world. But I know that a teacher, for instance, who stays up to a month after his/her wife’s/husband’s burial before resuming work stands the risk of being fired. As for Jide Kosoko, even if we suspect that he has a hand in his wife’s death, this is not how to be sure. Finding him at a movie location does not mean he no longer mourns his wife. Life goes on no matter who was left behind.

  9. Why are people disturbing themselves, before she died they were seperated he was married to someone else, so we should not be going back again, we all know he moved on a long time ago, its only for God to help take care of the children she left behind.

  10. I don’t know the reasons why many unjust people who are wiser than God want Prince Jude Kosoko stay indoor, idle, and eventually die because one of his wives died? There is no doubt that Harrietta Kosoko was a nice, and a wonderful woman, but the fact is that they have been separated and were not living together before her death. As a practicing Muslim, he has the Islamic right to marry up to four wives b/c of Price Jidea wonanizer genes. Personally, I will not advise Mr. Jide to stop working, stay indoor, and continue to mourn his late wife forever because Harrietta’s young children still need their father morally, financially, and in many other ways since their mother is no more. Accursing him of killing is diabetic wife without no proper treatment in a nation like Nigeria is nothing but pure wicked in his sad moment. We should mourn with those who are mourning, and always rejoice with them that are rejoicing. Please people, is not the other way around. False accusations is a great sin in God’s eyes. Please my people, stop that nonsense for once.

  11. Please people should let him be…its not easy staying idle tho
    Imagine how boring its gonna be…Life continues
    Even if you suspect he has a hand in his wife’s death doesn’t mean we shouldn’t say the truth or be considerate a little
    No one pray for such but until you find yourself in his shoes before you understand how boring and depressing it is…
    I see nothing wrong in it

  12. Women are the cause of their problem. How do you expect men to mourn their late wife for 1year. If the wife dies, the man is expected to mourn her for 1 or 2 months just like Jide did and likewise the women and not to mourn their husband for 1 year as if her life is nothing without the husband.

    Change women. I can never mourn anyone more than a month because everybody must answer that call someday.

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