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I will go for an Igbo man if I'm to remarry - Lolo

I will go for an Igbo man if I'm to remarry - Lolo

Female Nigerian entertainer, Omotunde Adebowale David, popularly called 'Lolo 1' of Wazobia FM has talked about plans to remarry, her failed marriage, children and lots more in an interview with ThisDay.

In the interview, the plus size comedienne, actress and mother of 4 said if she would remarry, she would go for an Igbo man although she is not shopping for man at the moment.

I will go for an Igbo man if I'm to remarry - Lolo

Lolo 1 of Wazobia FM

When asked about plans to remarry, Lolo said, if she would remarry, she’ll go for an Igbo man. She also said:

“Well, yes, but it doesn’t matter where anybody comes from. I gravitate towards an individual. It’s who you are as a person that matters. It’s not where you come from. So, I’m not looking at anybody based on tribe even though it’s not like I’m shopping.

I’ll leave that in God’s hands. You know, if you’ve gone through a situation and you didn’t do well, I think it’s time to withdraw into myself – learn a few things about why this (the marriage) didn’t work and what I did wrong. So when I’ve learnt my lesson and healed internally, then maybe I will consider it. It takes time for one to be able to go through it (divorce). Marriage is not a walk in the park like people think. It’s something one signs up for forever and one has a break. That shows one didn’t do some things right. So, as an individual, one needs to get internal healing and work on one’s own personality, so that when one gets into another relationship, one would have learnt her lessons from the previous marriage.”

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Wondering if there are chances for reconciliation with her ex, Lolo didn’t rule that totally out, she said:

“Oh well, I’m not God. Everybody is a work in progress. It’s just that people in the media judge very harshly; because we live our life before people. But I’ve done my best to make it (failed marriage) work and I don’t make it a general topic. It’s a family issue. We’re dealing with it our own way.''

You can read full interview here.

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