Actor Femi Adebayo vows to protect his new wife’s privacy at all cost

Actor Femi Adebayo vows to protect his new wife’s privacy at all cost

Actor Femi Adebayo has announced he secretly married a stunning lady, Omotayo Maimunat Sanusi, after his first marriage collapsed.

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Femi and his first wife, Khadijat, had 3 children together.

In an email message to Bellanaija in which he broke the news of his second shot at marriage, Femi, the Special Adviser to the Kwara State Governor on Culture and Tourism vowed to protect his wife’s privacy.

The message reads: “The decision is best for us as I have been on the lane before and my wife has never been ,i have to protect her privacy at all cost ,please we pray for the understanding of our friends and my beloved loyal fans, I appreciate you and please your prayers and support is all we need.”

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