Entertainment of 2014-07-01

Juliet Ibrahim's divorce: Did her family approve of union?

It’s been exactly 10 days since Juliet Ibrahim confirmed her ‘over a year and half’ marriage dissolution with Kwadwo Safo Jnr. giving reasons including the marriage being a mistake, family of her ex-husband not in support of the marriage and lastly, a competitor for the love of her ex-husband involved; as gathered by Razz Newspaper.
These reasons given by the actress came with huge criticisms especially after she confirmed her divorce, and subsequent reports that her long-term lover, Nigerian model/actor IK Ogbonna was begging her for forgiveness and a comeback.
On June 23, 2010, an excerpt of an article published on ghanaweb.com crediting peacefmonline.com indicated reasons why the then secret marriage was not made public by Juliet Ibrahim, it read:
“I am a Ghanaian because aside the fact that my mother is an Ashanti, I am now married to a Ghanaian”. She said it was a very small traditional private engagement ceremony, just between family members.’
But if really the family of Kwadwo Safo did not show up for her marriage ceremony, which family members did Juliet happily speak about? Besides, did the Ibrahim family approve or show up for the marriage?
Despite being born in Ghana to a Lebanese father, Mr. Hussein Ibrahim and a half Liberian/Ghanaian mother, Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Ibrahim; the imperative question many ask is that has there ever been any reports’ appreciating or praising them during interviews by the actress?
Aside the reasons given by the actress, a close source to Juliet Ibrahim disclosed to GhanaWeb that the reasons stated by the actress were not whole as there were financial conflicts, the baby and love among others.
On a lighter note, Iyanya could possibly be the next lucky man in the life of actress-cum-musician, Juliet ‘Jewel’ Ibrahim who earlier said in an interview on AY Show that she admires the ‘Kukere’ artiste.
Watch ‘Traffic Jam’ by Juliet Ibrahim featuring Kay Dizzle:

Source: Ama Larbie - GhanaWeb
« Previous | Next »
View Comments
News Categories
Site Menu