Despite Marrying Two Women, Nollywood Actor And His Wives Are Living Happily Together (Photos)

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Nollywood movies have made us believe that when a man marries more than one wife chaos will be the order of the day.



Well not all polygamy are like ”Fuji house of commotion” some are peaceful. A perfect example of such peacful polygamy is that of popular Yoruba filmmaker and actor, Segun Ogungbe.


Segun Ogunbe is a household name in the Yoruba Cinema. The actor has a very peaceful household despite marrying two women, Omowunmi (first wife) and Atinuke (second wife)

In an interview, the actor revealed that money can’t bring peace to a man’s home but only God. He said:

“My wives did not know each other before I got married, I have a peaceful household. God has blessed me with wives that understand each other. It is only God that can help a man have a peaceful home.”

See more of their photos below.

It is rare to see a marriage like this filled with happiness. Both women love themselves and are happy sharing one husband. Segun is one lucky man to have these beautiful women as wives!…………..See More

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Dear ladies, can you allow your husband marry another wife?

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