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    Why I want to remarry – Toke Makinwa

    Media personality, Toke Makinwa, has told her fans that she wants to get married again, giving them reasons for the decision.

    She made this known on Thursday in a Question and Answer segment on her Instagram story after a fan asked her if she would like to get married again.

    The fan asked, “Do you think of having a child without marriage? Or you’re keen on marriage?

    In response, Makinwa said she wanted to remarry, as she does not want her kids to go through her ordeal while growing up.

    She said, “I definitely want to get married again. Losing both my parents at 8 hurt so much.

    “I’ll like my kids to have what I never had. Hopefully the universe sends a good man/dad.”

    Makinwa also revealed the kind of man she wanted to marry, saying, “I’ll marry a man I love who is rich in body, soul, spirit, and many more.”

    In 2016, the media star filed for a divorce to end her marriage with her ex-husband, Maje Ayida, on the grounds that he committed adultery.

    The marriage was finally dissolved in 2017 at the Igbosere High Court in Lagos.

    At the court, Makinwa had said that Ayida was involved in an extra-marital affair, which produced a child.

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