Ngozi Ezeonu is a veteran Nollywood actress. She is very popular with her roles as a loving wife and mother and very much loved by her fans and anybody watching her films may not know that she has some family issues in real life. But sometimes film actions maybe quite different from reality.
However in real life, Ngozi Ezeonu is a divorcee, she was previously married to Edwin Ezeonu and has four children, two boys and two girls. One of her daughters, Ogechukwu got married on February 2020.
Ogechukwu and her husband
Ngozi Ezeonu and Edwin Ezeonu
Ngozi Ezeonu's other children
Ngozi Ezeonu and her two sons
However, the ex husband was not happy over the marriage as he complained that he was not notified about the marriage of his own daughter. According to him, see what he said
" I am a real son of the soil in Igbo land and am knowledgeable enough about igbo traditional marriage. In Anambra where I come from, a woman does not and has no right whatsoever to give out a fellow woman's hand in marriage. It is abomination and taboo. Ngozi Denis Ikpelue has no legitimate right and authority to give out my daughter, Ogechukwu's hand in marriage. As long as I am concerned and also the entire family of Ezeonu and his kindred are concerned, Ogechukwu is not married. What happened in Asaba, Delta state on February 15, 2020 was a movie shoot".
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