“Marriage is a partnership and it takes two people to make it work, indeed, everyone deserves to be happy” – Olakunle Churchill

Businesswoman Olakunle Churchill had made a strong stand for Nollywood actress Sharon Ooja’s billionaire husband, Ugo Nwoko, after the messy drama that trailed their glamorous wedding.

Recall that Sharon Ooja and her husband shut down the Federal Capital, Abuja for her star studded wedding which has the likes of Funke Akindele, Shaffy Bello, Bimbo Ademoye, Kunle Remi, to mention but a few.

The wedding was trailed by scandal when netizens rugged out the alleged past relationships of the newly wedded husband.

Reports have it that he got married and divorced thrice in the space of two years, sending the wrong signals to fans and lovers of Sharon Ooja.

Reacting to this development, Olakunle Churchill spoke for the couple and lectured netizens about finding love again.

While congratulating the new couple, the father of four spoke about finding love after failed marriages with claims that one needs to keep trying until he finds happiness.

He schooled about marriage being a partnership and how it takes two to make it work. He advised everyone to mind their business and let couple’s decide for themselves without making their love story into a spectacle.

He wrote, “Congratulations to the newly weds

Who says you can’t find love after failed marriages? Until it works, keep trying, because everyone deserves to be happy.

Giving love another chance isn’t bad; the most important thing is to keep trying and there’s nothing wrong with seeking and finding your person.

You might get everything right except marriage, and that’s okay. Marriage is a partnership, and it takes two people to make it work. People need to learn to mind their own business and let those in love decide for themselves, without turning their love story into a spectacle for clout.

To those who have become criticizing spectators, judging the newlyweds like they know the entire story and truth… remember, love is a personal journey. Let’s support their happiness and respect their choices.

As someone who has been there and finally found someone who looked beyond my status and wealth. She was around and closer to me like blood. Never knew i would find love in someone I perceived as a sister. Indeed, everyone deserves to be happy… @sharonooja and Ugo Nwoke (Mr&Mrs), God bless your union.”

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