Has this star actress' marriage hit the rocks again? Recent indications show all might not be well with the marriage between Niyi Johnson and Toyin Aimakhu
In January 2015, Nollywood Yoruba actress, Toyin Aimakhu and her colleague and husband, Adeniyi Johnson, split up after one year and six months of marriage.
A few days later, they released a joint statement on the rumours confirming the challenges they were facing in their marriage, but said they were still together.
|The couple's union which was consummated on July 8, 2013 in a court marriage at the Ikoyi registry was without any child before this latest stunt.|
Happy wedding anniversary to Nollywood couple @aimakhutoyin & @johnsonneyo. #HWA #CelebCouple #thenetng pic.twitter.com/5GFDDCueef— NET (@theNETng) July 8, 2015
What followed was a flood of photos of them, declaring their love for each other all over social media, including their celebration of their 2nd wedding anniversary.
But now, it appears their marriage has hit the rocks again.
Toyin Aimakhu yesterday [Aug 23] posted a picture on her instagram where she used a hashtag referring to herself as #MissAimakhu.
|Hello Miss Toyin Aimakhu|
|January 2015 separation - The couple released joint statement - both posted this image on their Instagram pages confirming to the public their marriage was intact despite the challenges they were facing|
There has been no statement regarding the matter from the actress or her husband.
This actress' twitter profile currently shows she's still Mrs Adeniyi...her twitter bio still reads, 'Delectable award winning nollywood actress,model, m.c, film producer, singer and wife'.
OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE Our country has given its citizens the right to freedom of speech and right to vote and be voted for, I’m most definitely not an exception. As of 1999, Nigeria has about 29 political parties, allowing every citizen to choose at their own free will. It is then left to us not to undermine the decision or choices of others as it is loathsome. We live in a world where people take pleasure in bringing other people down. I feel obliged to address the matter of me dying for the PDP. Firstly, no one is dying for anyone and the last time I checked only Jesus had died for us with no strings attached or money promised to his family when he’s gone. He died to save us all. Haven’t pointed that out, I will like to say, I will not , in any way, for no reason whatsoever, die for a person or a political party. Secondly, I personally feel it is pathetic for anyone to take my word literally when it was simply a joke. As a successful Nollywood actress, it is not unusual for people in my line of work to use the phrase ‘ha baba, walai mo love yin gaan mo le ku fun yin ni sir’ with smiles on their faces. This was me, just doing my job as a host of the event, trying to be funny, which by the way, worked. It is absurd to take my word out of context. Furthermore, my choices, should however in no way be a channel for condemnation. Celebrities and public figures, just like every other people, are allowed to campaign, vote and support whomever and however we please. As many great political parties we have, we cannot vote for them all. It is a one man, one vote society. I love everyone as best as I can, most especially my fans ,make your choice, respect the choice of others, let it be, and most especially, do not allow the choice of others affect yours. In conclusion, let’s try to help others grow and support them. Don’t let the success of others make you feel resentment against them or envious, simply learn from them and strive to do better. I wish everyone safe, free and fair election. Rachel Aimakhu, Publicist to Toyin Aimakhu Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org). @myrayli