Love is a very strong bond between a man and a woman, that even though our love ones are dead, we are still attracted to them.
In this article to day, I will be sharing with you, 3 popular Nollywood actresses that have remained widows since they lost their spouses.
Though, there are a lot of people who move on with their life, probably because, they don't know the true meaning of being in love or rather, they move on to stop thinking about them.
Idowu Phillip is a well known Nigerian actress. According to reports, She ventured into full-time acting after the death of her husband - Augustine Ayanfemi Phillips (who worked closely with the late patriarch of Nigerian Film Industry Sir Herbert Ogunde. She has five children.
2. Taiwo Ajai-Lycett
Taiwo Ajai-Lycett is a Renowned Nigerian actress.
According to reports, veteran actress still talks tenderly about her husband Tom Lycett who died 21 years ago.
3. Patience Ozokwor
Patience Ozokwor is another renowned Nollywood actress who lost her husband in 2002, and she has remained a widow.
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