Popular Nollywood actor, Yomi Gold, has taken to his social media page to celebrate his ex-wives as part of activities to mark the International Women's Day.
The International Women’s day is a global holiday which is celebrated on the 8th of March every year.
The annual holiday is to bring attention to issues such as violence and abuse against women, gender equality, reproductive rights etc.
Nollywood actor Yomi Gold took to his Instagram page to celebrate his two ex-wives on this day, appreciating them for being good women.
He posted a picture of his first wife, Victorial Ige, appreciating her for being the definition of a true mother and being supportive. He promised to be a good father and never to stop showing up for their children.
“Happy International Women’s Day. Your support and your true definition of a good mother can’t be overlooked. Thanks for allowing me to be called dad. I am loving it. I am never going to stop showing up for them. Thanks for all you do, Vicky,” he wrote in the caption.
In a separate post he made, he uploaded a video of his second ex-wife, appreciating her for everything she has done.
In his words:
“Happy International Women’s day. Thanks for everything, Meenah”.
Yomi Gold was formerly married to Victoria Ige with whom he had two kids with before their marriage crashed in 2019.
In January 2022, he tied the knot with Ameenah and announced the end of their marriage early January, 2023.
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