Ned Nwoko’s Estranged Wife, Laila, Tenders Public Apology To Him.
- Says, “I listened too much to outsiders”.
Laila Charani, the estranged Moroccan wife of billionaire businessman, Ned Nwoko, has tendered a public apology to him on her Instagram page.
Recall that Laila parted ways with the business mogul in November 2021 and went online to announce that their marriage is over.
At the time, the mother of three wrote,
“Hello Guys, I just want to say that no one has the right to talk about my marriage. Please stop talking about people’s lives and I have divorced him already and nothing between me and him. Anybody following me because of him can unfollow please. Thanks. I’ll block any negative comment.”
A few weeks after she announced news of their separation, Ned Nwoko released a statement where he revealed the real reason why their marriage crashed.
The Delta-born politician said Laila allegedly abandoned their kids in the hotel when they were on vacation in London and went clubbing.
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He claimed that she got into a fight with a male clubgoer at the club, and the police got involved in the case. He also claimed she contracted the dreaded coronavirus on her frivolous expedition.
Ned also said she underwent a cosmetic procedure in London without his knowledge and approval and accused her of playing the victim on social media.
Over eight months after their messy separation, Laila who has been on a long social media hiatus and deleted all her posts has now apologized to him and his family.
She said her actions were not intentional and she allowed herself to listen to outsiders a tad bit much.
“This is to my entire Ned Nwoko family. I have realised that I made mistakes that are not intentional. I listened too much to outsiders and I have decided to apologise to my husband and other members of the family. I want peace and progress in the family,” she wrote on Saturday, September 3.
Source | Yabaleftonline
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