Nollywood actor, Kolawale Ajeyemi, husband to talented actress and movie producer, Toyin Abraham has stated that he loves his wife more than his mother.
The father of two disclosed this during an interview session, which he shared on his YouTube Channel.
According to him, being married to a good wife would lead to progress in a man’s life. He added that after his wife, he loves his children more than his mother.
He admitted that he and his wife have had misunderstandings multiple times in his marriage, as no relationship is perfect but they have learned to tolerate one another.
In his words:
“My wife is the one thing I love the most, though I also love my kids and my mother. Aside from God, my wife makes me happy. If one has a good wife or husband, the person does not know how much God has blessed one.
If one gets married to someone that is not meant for one, there are bound to be problems. That does not mean me and my wife don’t have disagreements. No relationship is perfect. The individuals involved just learn to tolerate one another. If one gets married to a good wife, one would make progress in life.”
Ajeyemi, however, went on praying for those who seek good women in their lives.
“May God help those looking for life partners to choose right. People say a wife must not be richer than her husband but if God has destined one person to be richer than the other, one is good to go.See Also
“The most important thing is that they support each other. Having love for one another is the most important thing.
“Our leaders would treat us better if they love us. The Bible says, ‘Love your neighbour as yourself’.”
Reacting to this on Instagram, one @chiamaadure wrote; ‘Never have discussions where you put your spouse and parents together. The type of is totally different, and you never know who you love most because you love them differently’
teemegap wrote; ‘Instagram will cause chaos within families. He said he loves his wife the most must u compare wife with mother? All to draw traffic’
deestyle wrote; ‘You love them in differnt ways, no need for the comparism it is so uncalled for’