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On Her Marriage That Didn’t Work, Mimi Orjiekwe Has No Regrets, Just Lessons

   

After three years of dating, Mimi Orjiekwe married her husband,  Charles Billion Pius, but less than a year of marriage, the couples walked out of the marriage.

Charles Billion reportedly impregnated two women simultaneously, whilst Mimi was pregnant with their child, leading to the separation of the couple.

Now a single mother of an adorable baby girl, Mimi talks about how she feels about her failed marriage.

On lessons from her failed marriage
My failed marriage was just a lesson and I don’t regret the union. My baby was a product of the marriage and I love her a lot. I also believe that God made me experience it for me to be in a better place. I am not cordial with my ex-husband ; when I move on, I move on, but the baby keeps us together from a distance. I am not bitter with men even after the experience; I am happy. I gave my marriage my best; I cannot say I was always right, but I am a superwoman and I try my best to make everyone around me happy. I have no regrets because if you have good intentions, you will always be fine. We dated for three years before getting married in 2015; so, I didn’t rush into it.

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On remarrying
Yes, I plan to marry again. My marriage is my private life and I don’t owe anyone an explanation. I don’t think there is any problem in getting married to an entertainer; it is about marrying the right person. I was probably in love with him then; so, when he asked me to marry him, I thought I would be happy with him. I guess I didn’t do my research very well. Right now, if I want to get married, I have to pay attention to every little detail. I will not just fall in love with any man for his wealth or looks.

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