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Why 'Rudeboy' Paul Okoye's Wife Anita Filed For A Divorce (Full Details)

Here’s the full details and main reason why Nigerian Music star and former member of Psquare, Paul Okoye Rudeboy’s wife filed for divorce after 7 years. 
Wiseloaded Media gathered that the 7-year old marriage of Paul Okoye , one half of defunct music duo P Square popularly known as Rudeboy and his entrepreneur wife, Anita Okoye has crashed as the latter files a petition for a divorce.

However, informations surrounding the crash of the marriage came from the leak of the official petition for the divorce which cited “irreconcilable differences” as the basis of the irretrievable break down of the marriage. 

The news of their pending divorce comes as a massive shock to both families and their close friends. 

Rudeboy and Anita got married in 2014 after dating for 10 years and currently had three beautiful children. 

A confirmation from a closed source to the couple said that both parties will proceed amicably with the legal resolution and be the best co-parents in the interest of their children. 

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The source also said that Paul and Anita have always been very good friends and like every couple they have had issues for a while but plan to remain on good terms and keep the friendship they have always had since their days as university students. 

Paul Okoye is currently on a press tour _ while Anita has moved to the United States where she is working on her masters degree as a graduate student.

The Reason Paul Okoye’s Wife Anita Filed For A Divorce? 

Anita Okoye filed for a divorce over irreconcilable differences according to the leaked court documents. 

What is Irreconcilable differences?

The phrase “Irreconcilable differences” basically means that an individual and their spouse cannot get along with one another enough to keep the marriage alive, and this lack of getting along can cause a whole array of other issues in the marriage. 

And when seeking a divorce, a spouse may file for either an “at-fault divorce or a “no-fault divorce”. Stating irreconcilable differences as the grounds for divorce is considered to be a no-fault divorce, meaning that neither spouse is accusing the other of wrongdoings that led to the marriage’s end. 

In conclusion, this is a peaceful divorce and it may involve the case of unable to resolve the issues of Psquare crew till now.

1 comment

  • Unique · August 22, 2021 at 7:33 am

    Respectfully, under the Nigerian matrimonial Act, there's nothing like no-fault or at-fault. There is just one ground for divorce in Nigeria, i.e, that the marriage has broken down irretrievably, then there are specified facts which must be proved to satisfy that the marriage has broken down irretrievably. Sadly, irreconcilable difference or whatever is not one of it, unless the Act has been reviewed, which I'm sure it has not. In conclusion, if this divorce should come before a sound judge.

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