Nollywood Actress Uche Iwuji’s Husband Confirms Marriage Crash

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uche iwuji marriage crash

Feb 9, 2014 – Nigerian Actress Uche Iwuji’s Husband, Juwon Lawal Confirms Marriage Crash

Popular Nigerian actress Uche Iwuji who married a oil millionaire in 2012 has confirmed her marriage crash.

After months of denial from Juwon Lawal and her star wife, Uche, the duo have come open.

Here is an official PR sent to the media by Juwon Lawal’s publicist yesterday:

“This should serve as the official statement confirming the end to the marriage formalized on Friday, November 16th 2012 between the CEO of ABD Fuels Plc, Mr. Juwon Rasak Lawal and actress Uche Iwuji.

Already, the court processes are on to give a legal seal to the separation.
Mr. Lawal was in Europe on a business tour when the story first broke through the media.  This was the reason why he could not react appropriately to it, plus the fact that he felt the event could be redeemed.

Although, he would not want to talk about the reasons for the separation, Mr. Lawal is not married anymore to Miss Iwuji. And he will like to treat his estranged wife’s case as “once a friend, always a friend”. Status & Living Media – Publicist

Uche Iwuji herself confirmed the split on Twitter yesterday.

Less than 24 hours after her husband broke the separation news to the media, the actress has been spotted in different clubs in Lagos and its environs.

The actress seems happier now. See her latest pictures below

uche iwuji pictures

Less than two years after their wedding, the couple broke apart over infidelity. Uche Iwuji allegedly cheated with a popular Lagos-based banker.

Nollywood insiders said when the news reached her hubby, he confronted the actress and the rest in history.

The couple married legally on the 16th of November 2012 at Ikeja Lagos marriage registry.

10 thoughts on “Nollywood Actress Uche Iwuji’s Husband Confirms Marriage Crash

  1. Folks what’s your take on this?
    Professional women have become so masculine, distant and aggressive that they’ve become a turn off to men, what attracts men to women is women’s femininity. Some women don’t have time to attend to their husband needs. men beings by nature love a person who is submissive and close to them.” Some women are impolite to their husbands and this forces them to look for comfort elsewhere
    This is apparent in marriages where the woman feels she is financially better off than the husband and that he is not more deserving. This frustrates husbands, who feel women must be submissive to them. The result is that the husband looks for an easy, submissive alternative around them for sex,
    He says men want to get away from today’s over-empowered and aggressive women, such as their wives and bosses, and be with more regular, easy-going women with whom they can relax and not have to try so hard.
    Studies done by leading marriage researcher John Gottman show that cheating might not be a symptom of a bad marriage or relationship.
    Guttmann says most men cheat because of opportunity, and the poor attitude of their wives towards them, accounting for 80% of affairs.
    Maphanga says women should take on a more responsible role in respect to their husband no matter their financial positions, in terms of cooking and cleaning for their husbands, instead of leaving these tasks to others.
    A woman who gives total respect to her husband no matter her financial positions, strengthens their relationship and makes a better future for her children and family

    • @mugabe you are right but Nollywood ladies usually go for wealthy guys. Uche in this case is not as wealthy as her oil rich husband

  2. shebi she denied it before..imagine her words..now she has her life back..see where nollywood crap led her to..copy cat…its one thing or the other..who has the biggest boob job or shortest marriage..what else..tune in for more.sanctity of marriage is eroding

  3. @ iron bar I quite agree with u, sanctity of marriage is eroding. Like lesbianism this Nollywood of a thing is seriously doing damage to o
    ur culture. Now the western lifestyle is the in thing. Our govt should curtail the urgly influence of nollywood in naija. Just look @ Uche the so call STAR that suppose to be a good role model to the young generation

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