Caroline Danjuma Is Open To Reconciliation With Ex-Husband, Under One Condition
The actress has said that she is open to the possibility of remarriage.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Caroline Danjuma, a Nollywood actress, has announced her wish to remarry her ex-husband, Musa Danjuma.
After nine years of marriage, the pair filed for divorce in 2016. However, in a recent interview with media personality Innih Emah, the actress expressed her desire to reconcile with her ex-husband on one condition.
“If God reveals that he is the man destined for me then yes, I would love to go back to my ex-husband” the actress wholeheartedly revealed.
Reflecting on her history, the mother of three said that she would not have left her marriage if she had the knowledge and experience she currently has.
“They were just some irreconcilable differences that, if I was of this age and the experience I have now, I think I would have handled it better,” she revealed.
Undoubtedly, Musa remains a significant figure in her life as the father of her three children. Danjuma stated, “He would always be the love of my life. He is the one I said, you know what? This man is worth being my husband. So, yes, he would always remain the love of my life and that would not change.”
She says her main goal is to rediscover happiness and peace of mind.
Danjuma longs for a spouse with whom she may create a future and find peace as she develops. She said emphatically, “Peace of mind is more valuable than money.”
When questioned why she still carries her ex-husband’s surname, Danjuma, after their divorce, the reality TV star explained.
She emphasized the connection she shares with her ex-husband as the father of their three children, stating, “I have three kids with my husband, and he’ll always be my husband, whether anyone likes it or not. So I can always carry that name Danjuma. On social media, I am Carolyna Hutchings as a brand, but in real life, I am actually Carolyna Danjuma. Yes, I still bear Danjuma, and my husband does not have a problem with that”
The actress revealed another fascinating part of her life during the same interview. The reality TV actress claimed she used to be an evangelist, devoted to sharing the gospel of Christ.
During that time, she made considerable adjustments to her appearance, eschewing cosmetics, artificial hair, and even nail implants.
Danjuma vividly described her commitment to evangelism, stating, “No artificial hair, no makeup, no fingernails, no toes. I did all of that. And I was even evangelising outside Farm City. From 10 o’clock to 1 o’clock, I would carry my Bible and go and win souls for Christ. That was 2018-2019.”
She mentioned her desire to become a gospel preacher and be a praise leader one day.
Caroline Danjuma, also known as Carolyna Hutchings, is a reality television celebrity who appeared on the Real Housewives of Lagos program. She is also a Nigerian actress in Nollywood films such as Come Alive, Deadly Decision, and The Journalist.
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