Bolanle Ninalowo has disclosed that any relationship that is real will be tested and as such, not be perfect.
However, the popular Nollywood actor stated clearly that couples must be willing to work on their relationships and be more open to each other.
“Any relationship that’s real will not be perfect, but if you’re willing to work at it and open up, it could be everything you’ve ever dreamed of
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If you recall, Ninalowo was given a “second chance” by his wife, Bunmi, after he admitted to messing up in the past. He said:
“She is quite an introvert. We are practically two opposite people that complement one another well. Before I became a celebrity, I used to show off my wife. She looks like my mother and I had always prayed to marry a woman that looks like her.
“I admire my wife and I’m obsessed with her. I have messed up so much in the past and I figured I could rewrite my own story. I am fortunate to have got a second chance, so I am just living my dreams. I am not living to impress anybody.”
“I am blessed and don’t forget that it’s a privilege to have what I have. Our love story is not that of a rich man that met a beautiful girl. We have been together for 16 years and have come a long way. We have been through so much. I had always imagined being successful in the entertainment industry and having a beautiful wife by my side.”
On why he and his wife separated for sometime before they reconciled, Bolanle Ninalowo told PunchNG;
“We were apart for two years. I think one of the reasons why we had the separation was because I gave up because I was selfish and impatient.
“I was self-centred. In the course of my journey to success, I lost track and forgot that my wife had grown too. I forgot she had a voice and it must he heard and respected. I had to take myself out of the box and see things from a different perspective. I choose to see things from her view and placed myself in her position. When I was finally able to achieve that, then I achieved success with her. I heard her cry and made a promise to myself never to see her cry again. I humbled myself to achieve a better life and happiness I enjoy today.”