Mosun Filani-Oduoye and Her Husband Have a Marriage Some People Only Dream About


Credit – instagram.com/ayabaoduoye

When it comes to marriages, celebrities aren’t immune to divorce just like the rest of us non celebrity folks, but as the divorce rate rises, it’s very inspiring to know that some celebrities are growing together happily in their marriages.

In an exclusive chat with Kemiashefonlovehaven, Nollywood actress Mosun Filani-Oduoye speaks on what makes her marriage to Hon Kayode Oduoye work.

The couple got married in 2012 and are blessed with two children.  Mosun frequently posts pictures of some of their precious moments together on instagram, the most recent photo of them was tagged “I don’t belong to the kitchen, I stand by my hubby always”

Below is an excerpt, read full interview on Kemiashefonlovehaven

I plan my time. Anytime my husband will not be around, I don’t pick up any acting job. I work with his time and schedule my appointments to what will suit us. If a producer wants me on location, the timing has to be Ok by me especially my family.

When you are married, the two of you must know that you are no longer single and you can’t live your life as a single man or woman. You are no longer on your own and you stay back from distractions.

The first 10 years are critical because those are the years that form the foundation of any home. You need to know each other well and learn to bond. Once you are married, you need to create time for your family because that is the time you get to know the family you are married into. Also, learn to do everything together and that way, external influence is avoided.

Thank God for His mercies because my husband has always been there for me. Truth is, you can only record success in your endeavours when you are blessed with a stable and peaceful home front and there is no domestic upheaval. He has been quite supportive.



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  1. Maryam Nahuche

    Maryam Nahuche

    December 6, 2016 at 8:48 am

    Nobody says you belong to the kitchen

  2. Adebayo Mosun

    Adebayo Mosun

    December 6, 2016 at 1:15 pm

    Then, who will take care of the way to your hubby’s heart. As the says goes ‘the way to a man’s heart is his stomach’.

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