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Mr Ibu And Wife, Stella Maris Reconcile At Police Station After Dirty Feud

In a video that controversial blogger Gistlover released online, the couple could be seen dressed similarly and beaming with smiles while appearing to be making fun of each other.

The couple’s argument was resolved at a police station, according to the Instagram blogger, and Mr Ibu is now back at home with his wife.

Previously, Tru News Report mentioned that Mr Ibu, whose real name is John Okafor spoke up about his marital issues in an Instagram live session with Daddy Freeze wherein he reprimanded his wife for her feeling of entitlement and tantrums when things don’t go her way.

The actor disclosed that his wife had abandoned him when he was in an Abuja hospital and that she wanted him to pass away. If he does not give Stella money, according to Mr Ibu, she will always fight him.

“My wife and I have been having so much misunderstanding. We had a big issue and we went to the police station to resolve things. We are currently not living together because of her behaviour”.

Speaking about his daughter Jasmine, Mr Ibu revealed that Jasmine is his adopted daughter and was the one who took care of him and paid his hospital bills when he was hospitalized.

His second son, Okafor Daniel, who was present during the interview, revealed the extra miles Jasmine always goes through to ensure Mr Ibu and his family are in good care.

“My stepmother (Stella Okafor) is being brainwashed. It started in Abuja when he was sick. Jasmine was in Cyprus when Mr Ibu fell sick and she came to Abuja to take care of him while in the hospital and paid his bills. She was the one who paid N500,000 to retrieve his account and went through all means to get verified.

As seen here, the duo has patched up their differences and it’s all joy for the couple.

Source – Tru News Report


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