Folape Sokoya, wife of Femi Anibaba, the man Ronke Odusanya was accused to have snatched, has finally spoken on the issue and has also wished her estranged husband and the Yoruba movie star success in their new endeavour.
In a mail sent to Nigeriafilms.com, Folape urged the Nigerian media to remove pictures of her children on their platforms because “my children have nothing to do with all of this, and I don’t want them being used.”
Ronke Odusanya, fondly called Flakky Ididowo, has denied allegations that she broke the marriage of Folape to Femi, but did not deny that she established contact with the man, who she said she met in 2008 via a friend.
The full statement of Folape to Nigeriafilms.com reads, “Hello everyone, my name is Folape Sokoya, whose name has been dragged all around about Ronke Odusanya (Flakky)/Femi Anibaba issues.
“I will appreciate it highly if all Nigerian media can take my children’s picture down from their websites, blog, twitter, etc. page that they have it on. My children have nothing to do with all of this, and I don’t want them being used.
“I did not want to say anything about all the noise and cry from Ronke Odusanya. I’ll be damn if I also kept quiet about the accusations. This all started in 2008 as stated by Ronke. She is right, I chatted with her on Facebook.
“During this our chat, I advised her to stay away from my home. In the event, I realize that she did not listen to my warning. I tried to make her understand that she is the problem between my husband and I.
“I thought Ronke Odusanya is a woman how wrong was I? I tried everything to make our marriage work. I started praying, begged him to come to counselling with me, and brought the Pastor to our home to help. He never gave our marriage a chance. After all, I decided to leave so that I can see my children grow up.
“Bukky, my friend has said most of what I have to say. I just want to remove my name and personality from all this. I am a very reserved and God fearing person. I do not believe in pulling and/or bringing images, career, or life of others down.
“I hope all will learn from these. It is easy to be swayed if you want to be swayed away. The decision to be or not to be is yours. God give us that choice to choose the right way or the wrong way.
“Well to let the sleeping dog lie. I am very well done with Femi Anibaba and his lies, betrayal, deceits and scandals. I have moved out of his home, move out of his life and moved on with my life. I am happy with my life and my children’s progress, God has been good to us.
“Femi is just one of those men that has “NO” content in their life, a self- centred, ignorant man who thinks only about himself. In all, I wish him and Ronke the best in life.”