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11 Apr 2014

Davido’s Father Marriage Crashes

 ….Dumps New Wife, Teju

Those who know confided in us that Davido’s very wealthy father cried on the shoulders of beautiful Teju when he suddenly lost his wife to cancer. The late wife for those who do not know gave birth to Davido.
As time went by, Deji Adeleke who sits atop Pacific Holdings transferred all his love to the lady who became his wife. But like the saying that there is a particular way the cookies crumble, we can authoritatively tell you that it is no longer at ease with the once blossoming relationship.
We gathered exclusively that the marriage that has been contracted for more than a decade is over and the couple have decided to go each other’s different ways. 

Information reaching Shokishombolo News  has it that, the father of one of the most talented singers, Davido has finally separated from his new wife.
After the death of Davido’s mother, we gathered that the businessman turned politician, Deji Adeleke decided to bring in new wife which was welcomed by every member of the family. Now, our impeccable sources revealed to us that the couple have decided to end the love affair by moving on with their lives separately.
As you are reading this, we were told that Davido’s father and his estranged wife are not living together again. The main reason of their separation was not given but some are speculating that the two may have decided to end their marriage and live their separate lives due to irreconcilable differences. In case you don’t know, we gathered that, the woman had two children before she married Deji. Meanwhile, it was also said that, she had two kids for the socialite before the separation.

 When Shokishombolo News called the woman, Teju Adeleke to confirm the story, though she admitted there were hitches but she said she is not in the position to reveal what went wrong; she said she’s sorry she can’t answer the question saying “I’m sorry, I can’t answer the question, why can’t you call him and ask him?” She concluded before dropping the call.

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