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Top 7 Cute Husband Of Yoruba Nollywood Actress (Photos)

Nigeria is one of the countries with handsome men and beautiful women. In all the tribes in Nigeria, it's hard for you not to see at least a beautiful lady or a handsome guy walk pass you, it's impossible.

Many tribes in Nigeria whether Yoruba, Hausa, Igbo, and different types of ethnic groups are really blessed with beautiful ladies and handsome guys.

You that reading this, You are Handsome, brother. You are a beautiful lady, don't let anyone tell you otherwise.....

One of the fore place for beauty and cuteness is in the celebrity industry. Just tune in your Tv and you would see those beauties grace you, and you would be stunned.

Now, let's look into Yorubahood where beautiful folks are plenty and this beautiful lady settles down with a cute guy.

Permit me to list them out.....

7. Kolawole Ajeyemi

The Sweetheart of Toyin Abraham. I am sorry, Toyin's lover....but his heartthrob here is my last on the list. Toyin Abraham got married to her colleague Kolawole Ajeyemi last year and they have a cute son.

6. Abiodun Abina

Abiodun Abina is married to Sola Kosoko. The Cute Husband is everything to Sola.

5. Abdul-Rasheed Bello

Funke Akindele handsome husband. They have been married since 2016.

4. Oyeyiji

This handsome chap got married to Jide Bab's daughter, Bidemi Kosoko. The couple welcomes their firstborn last year.

3. Adeyemo

Upcoming actress Seilat Adebowale just got married to his heartthrob this year. The cute looking husband and his wife had to do the wedding silently.

2. Adeniyi Johnson

The Handsome Adeniyi Johnson got married to his heartthrob, an actress called shay after divorced with Toyin Abraham.

1. Damola Olatunji

The handsome husband of the beautiful Arugba, Bukola Awoyemi. They are blessed with twins.

What do you think?

Do you have other opinions on the arrangements?

Comment below....let's talk.


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