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We’d remarry if we discover good males — a few of Barrister’s widows

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Twelve years after the demise of fuji music originator, Sikiru Ayinde (Barrister), a few of his widows are contemplating remarriage, the Information Company of Nigeria stories.

One of many wives, 50-year-old Kehinde Balogun, said that discovering an excellent man after the demise of her late husband has been powerful. She mentioned, “It’s not simple. Nonetheless, if an excellent man comes alongside, I’d remarry. (However), it’s not simple to come back throughout truthful males lately.

“I used to be fairly younger once I acquired married to Alhaji (Barrister). Dwelling with out him has not been simple. However, we can’t query God.

“God has been trustworthy although, (coupled) with the assist of household and mates.”

One other spouse, Oluwayemisi, who’s 50 years previous, said that if it was God’s will for her to remarry, she would. She mentioned, “In life, one (ought to) by no means say ‘by no means’. One doesn’t know what God has destined for one, so you will need to at all times concentrate on the need of God.

“If God says I’d remarry, so be it. Marriage is a union created by God, and like most ladies, I’d need that too,” she mentioned.

Forty-year-old Temilola Balogun said that 12 yr years after the dying of Barrister, who was additionally referred to as ‘Alhaji Agba’, she had but to search out real love. She mentioned, “If I discover somebody I really like sufficient to share my life with him; why not. However, discovering real love isn’t simple lately. One has to tread with warning.

“If tomorrow I discover real love, I’d remarry however till then, I’d maintain praying to God for mercy and safety.”

Nonetheless, one other spouse, Adebisi, 65, said that remarrying was not her precedence as she would reasonably concentrate on her youngsters and grandchildren. She mentioned, “At this age, my focus is to dwell a wholesome life surrounded by my youngsters and grandchildren.”

Sharing the identical view with Adebisi, one other spouse, 58-year-old Yetunde, maintained that at this stage of her life, remarrying was a non-issue to her. She mentioned, “What would I be searching for once more? I’m proud of the reminiscences I shared with Barrister. My youngsters are getting married now, so it’s simply grandma duties I’m doing and residing my life to the fullest.”

Yet one more spouse, Yinka, who’s in her forties, advised NAN that she hasn’t famous that she had by no means given remarrying a thought. She mentioned, “I’ve by no means thought of it, actually.”

Recall that Barrister was born February 9, 1948, and died on Dec. 16 2010. A colloquium was held in his honour on Wednesday, March 16, 2022.

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