How my wife ‘deceived me’ into marriage – Bovi

Popular Nigerian comedian and actor, Bovi Ugboma has jokingly claimed that his wife, Kris Asoronye Ugboma, deceived him into marrying her.

The stand-up comic act stated this in an Instastories post on Friday, March 29 while sharing how he found out that his wife is older than him.

Bovi wife deceive into marriage

Bovi uploaded an image of Kris’ driving permit which had September 1949 as the date she attended a Road Traffic convention and he expressed shock, saying he always suspected she was older.

He captioned the photograph; “Always suspected she was older than me! Deceived me into marriage”.

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Bovi wife older deceive marriage

Meanwhile, Blossom Chukwujekwu’s ex-wife, Maureen Esisi has advocated stiff penalties for men who keep their queer sexualities a secret and ensnare unsuspecting women.

The businesswoman called on the Nigerian government to beam a search light on gay men who are well aware of their sexual preference but still choose to trap their wives in marriage.

Maureen stated that such acts of manipulation and deception are capable of ruining a woman’s mental health.

She wrote; “If the Presidency/Nigeria can’t find it NECESSARY to LEGALIZE BEING GAY, so that these mFs can live their lives normally then there should also be a Gigantic Penalty for the Monsters who knowing their sexuality, still go ahead to marry/Trap their opposite sxx (victims), refuse them their primary responsibility, heavily Manipulate them and shatter their mental health and self worth.”

In another news…

Actor and radio host, Nedu Wazobia, has advised single people not to be deceived by those who say that marriage no longer works.

He dismissed the popular saying on social media that marriage is a scam, which is mostly advanced by those who have failed relationships.

Nedu gave the advice on an episode of The Honest Bunch podcast, after reality star, Teddy A shared the story of his love journey with his wife, Bam Bam.

The OAP, who divorced his wife in 2022 over allegations of paternity fraud, stated that the institution of marriage is still potent.

He said; “This is me telling you guys that marriage works. Don’t be deceived by what you see on social media. On social media, the voice of the ones that don’t work is the loudest. The many that work, they want to keep it private because na wetin person know na e he dey spoil.”