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EXCLUSIVE: Anita Okoye, husband Rudeboy of P-square officially divorced

An Abuja High Court has formerly granted Anita and her estranged husband, Paul Okoye’s divorce, ENigeria Newspaper can authoritatively report…

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An Abuja High Court has formerly granted Anita and her estranged husband, Paul Okoye’s divorce, ENigeria Newspaper can authoritatively report.

You would recall that ENigeria Newspaper in an exclusive report revealed that the eight-year-old marriage of Anita and Paul Okoye of P-Square music group was heading for the rocks as the former had filed for divorce from her husband – citing a number of issues.

At first Paul Okoye, also known as Rudeboy did not take the news seriously, especially because neither he nor his lawyer was served. In fact in an exclusive chat with ENigeria Newspaper when the news first appeared in the media in June 2021, Barrister Somadina Eugene Okorie, Counsel to the Okoye brothers said neither his Law firm nor his client was served divorce papers.

However, in an investigation conducted by ENigeria Newspaper it was discovered that Anita Okoye had leaked the divorce papers to paid influencers on the advice of her allies who reportedly advised her that a media leak could arm-twist a shy Paul Okoye (Rudeboy) to call for a monetary settlement.

Following an unsuccessful attempt at getting Paul to the table, she was formerly served him the divorce papers in August, 2022.

ENigeria Newspaper reports that Anita Okoye had named five major bases for which she is divorcing her husband, which are infidelity, alleged separation, absentee parent, fraud and painful experiences. Hence, she was asking for $20 million in cash settlement as well as some choice properties owned by her husband.

Our correspondent who was monitoring the case however noted that Anita who attended court sessions via Zoom throughout the trial was unable to prove the allegations leveled on her husband and in a counter-affidavit filed by the respondent’s attorney, wherein she was asked to provide proof of her contribution to her husband’s wealth she could not provide a single evidence but opted for settlement.

ENigeria Newspaper

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