Divorce Rumours Work Of ‘Wicked And Malicious’ People – Iara Oshiomole

iara and Adams oshiomole
Adams and Iara Oshiomole during their wedding.

Wife of Edo State governor, Iara Oshiomole has debunked rumours that she had filed for divorce from her husband, Gov. Adams Oshiomole.

Yesterday, the internet was agog with reports that Iara (nee Fortes) wanted divorce from the governor on the grounds that he ‘was too festish’.

However, Mrs. Oshiomhole has defined the reports ‘most wicked and malicious’.

She stated that she is now enjoying her marriage and that there was no reason to divorce Mr. Oshiomhole.


In a press statement published by John Mayaki, the executive director, media and public affairs of the Edo state governor, Iara said that she was in her office throughout the week holding meetings and brainstorming on how to better the lots of the less-privileged women and children in the state through her pet project: “We Care Trust”.

The Oshiomoles flanked by Aliko Dangote and Dele Momodu at a public function.

The statement reads in part:

“The rumour mongers are well advised to find more productive engagements to deploy their energies rather than market inanities about public personalities all in their bid to sell their medium.

“Which court of law was the alleged divorce initiated and to whom was it served? Which country, state, municipal or county, if any, is the court situated? And when was the action/suit filed? Of course the writers didn’t bother to inform their readers. The truth however is that the answers only exist in the warped imagination of the purveyors of the lies.”

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