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PSquare’s Paul Okoye’s wife files for divorce

All is not well in PSquare half, Paul Okoye’s marriage to Anita Okoye.

The wife of the singer has petitioned an Abuja court to dissolve their marriage of seven years.

This is coming a few days after Rudeboy released his debut album as a solo act, ‘Rudeboy Kill Us.’

In a court document published by Pulseng, Anita requested for dissolution of her marriage to the ‘Reason with me’ singer.

In the document, Anita’s lawyers advised the singer to challenge the claims and petition if he feels disgruntled.

In April 2021, Anita sparked divorce rumours when it was reported that she relocated with their three children – Andre, Nadia and Nathan, to the United States of America.

In 2019, Anita was accused by a popular aphrodisiac vendor of buying items to keep her marriage together.

The vendor later took down the story from Instagram.

Anita and Paul got married in 2014 in a very flamboyant wedding ceremony in Port Harcourt.

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