Harrysong reveals plans to take another wife 2 years into first marriage

Popular Nigerian singer, Harrison Okori, known professionally as Harrysong, has announced his desire to take a second wife.

The ‘Reggae Blues’ crooner made the disclosure in a post celebrating his wife, Alexer Perez on her birthday.

He took to his Instagram page on Wednesday and described his wife as a godly and sweet woman, but added that he would still take a second wife.

Though he seemed to be joking, there is no clarity as to whether he is actually considering marrying another wife.

Harrysong shared a video of his beautiful wife via his Instastory, and wrote;

“Today is my wife’s birthday. God woman, sweet woman, my love. But I go still marry second wife sha”.

The musician and his baby mama, Perez tied the knot in church in March 2021 and did traditional wedding in March 2022 in Warri, Delta State.

Similarly, a Nigerian businessman, Chuka Emmanuel has approached a Customary Court in Jikwoyi, Abuja to seek the dissolution of his marriage because his wife secretly married someone else.

He claimed that his estranged partner, Jane got married to another man after moving out of their matrimonial home three years ago and relocating to a new neighbourhood.

The applicant told the court that he has been the one taking care of their three children since she left all of them in 2020.

According to Emmanuel, he was able to track Jane to the new place she is staying and discovered she has a baby for her second husband.

He told the court: “My wife moved out of our house without informing me. I later found her new location, when I got there I realize that she had married another man and already has a baby for him. It is on this grounds that I seek to dissolve the marriage between us”.

“I have been the one taking care of the children, I don’t want anyone to poison their minds against me, I beg this court to stop my wife from coming to my house to see my children in my absence.

“I beg this honourable court to dissolve the marriage and grant me custody of my three sons”.

The presiding judge, Labaran Gusau, adjourned the matter until June 22.