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“Leave Me Alone, Being Second Wife Is My Choice And I’m Happy” – Mercy Aigbe Tells Critics

Mercy Aigbe has declared that she is happy being the second wife of Kazim Adeoti.

Nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe has once again taken to social media to tackle those criticizing her marriage to the proprietor of Ibaka TV, Kazim Adeoti, popular known as Adekaz.

"Leave Me Alone, Being Second Wife Is My Choice And I'm Happy" - Mercy Aigbe Tells Critics

Mercy Aigbe Say She’s Happily Married To Adekaz

KanyiDaily recalls that Mercy Aigbe has been heavily criticized after she announced her marriage to Adekaz, a married man who reportedly abandoned his ex-wife and four children in Minnesota, U.S, when he was dating the actress.

During a recent interview with Media Room Hub, the actress warned critics to leave her alone so that she could enjoy her marriage in peace.

Mercy Aigbe noted that she won’t be the first person to become a second wife and she’s happy extremely about her choice of marriage to Adekaz.

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She said; “Please, I just want to beg Nigerians. Please, I’m not the first person to be a second wife. It is my choice to be a second wife. And I’m happy with it. Please, everybody should just leave me alone. Let me just be happy.

“If you can, be happy for me, be happy for me. If you are not happy for me, go and get busy. On a much more serious note, it’s my choice. I’m happy. So just leave me to enjoy my marriage, please.”

This comes a few weeks after Mercy Aigbe revealed that her new husband, Adeoti Kazim, is a Muslim and is entitled to marry more than one wife.

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