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Monday, December 13, 2021

EX President Obasanjo's Wife Taiwo Reveals They Have Settled Their Differences And Blames Spiritual Ignorance + Gives Advice

Chief (Mrs.) Taiwo Obasanjo is the wife of former President Olusegun Obasanjo In an interview published by Vanguard, apologized to the former President for the problems they encountered in their marriage, saying she would continue to love and adore him as her husband.








What is your relationship with the former President? Have you reconciled?


Yes, I have reconciled with him and I want to use this medium to say the reconciliation is not only because of myself, but also because of other women out there, our daughters, both single and married, who may be reading this, that I am genuinely sorry for all I did wrong in the course of my relationship with my husband.




If I am to speak truthfully, and I want to speak truthfully, I did a number of things wrong. He has his faults and I have my own faults too, but, when I listen to the inner voice of God within me, a woman should not be the boss of her husband. I am the one who left him. He didn’t tell me to go and he didn’t chase me out of the marriage. He is a man I love very much and I will forever love him. He is my first love and I am very proud of him. He is not Mr. Perfect and I am not Mrs. Perfect but I love him and I did a number of things wrong which I am now spiritually conscious of.


I will like to publicly say to him that I am genuinely sorry for all I did wrong. I love him and I will forever love him. I also apologize to anyone I have hurt before and also to my twin brother, Chief Kenny Martins. My twin brother loves me strongly and very protective of me and my children. My twin is a very good man. I also hurt him too and I am deeply sorry. I pray for Daddy OBJ that his latter days will be better and greater than the former.

God will preserve and protect him and still use him for us. He is a legend. He is in the class of Nelson Mandela. He is a great man. A lot of good is deposited in him, inactive, not publicly put to use and I will even encourage youths to gather themselves – I can even lead some of them if they approach me – to him and get him to talk to government, if not at the federal level, but to state governors. They can use him to reach their governors to implement people-oriented programmes so that we can be more progressive, productive and reduce poverty and lack of employment. I am praying Daddy Obasanjo would also leave an everlasting, beautiful, glorious legacy. At this age, he also would want to do a number of things right. His being alive is not ceremonial or decorative.



Son in politics

I encouraged my son to go into politics. It is not that he did not support us, but I will love to say publicly that it is not good for children to defy their father or mother or to ‘slap’ them in their pursuit in life. My son went to APC against the wish of the father because Daddy OBJ is no more pro-APC. What my son did was a terrible slap. I should have encouraged my son to seek the approval of his biological father first. He was the President of our nation that ruled longest and still living. My son could gain better by being in one accord with the father. I will not advise anyone, any child to go against the wishes of their parents even if not pronounced.

The father has held various positions, became President twice and my son should have sought his blessings. I should have joined in making things right. I should have taken my son to his father for blessings on the issue. They actually get on very well. It is only in the area of politics that he didn’t go the way of the father. He has a good relationship with my son. He lives with him, works for him and the father provides him everything. He bought him cars, pays his staff and he does not lack anything under him.



Prodigal wife

Like the prodigal son in the Bible, I can refer to myself as the ‘prodigal wife’. Yes. It is to God and to Olusegun Obasanjo I belong in Jesus mighty name, not to any other man and I am very proud of him. I am a complete woman. I am happy that I am alive today to give thanks to God and to reconcile with him because if I was long gone, I would have ended in hell. I will encourage all our women, our wives not to hold on to the pains, grudges, bitterness or whatever anyone has done to them. Let us bring our families together. The healing and the unity will also affect the nation.


Lonely road

Looking back, I would have loved him the more. I would have stood by him and be more protective of him because leadership is a lonely road and you need someone who loves you for who you are, who you can flow with without fear. The bond between me and him is a good one. He loves me, loves my family and I love him too.

42 comments:

  1. Mama,if you are declaring this kind of love, what will his first wife who bought him his first shoe in secondary school now declare?

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    1. Madame koinkoin A.K.A "PeaceMaker "13 December 2021 at 09:15

      Hahahahahahaha bv una get mouth abeg , abeg mama has realised her mistake.

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    2. Too effusive, what happened gan gan that made her think she needs to keep "louding" this? All the best to them sha.

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    3. Pls don't mind her,just because her son failed in Apc now you remember reconciliation,she was the one saying all those thrash of begging a man even when he is at fault just to get at obj.
      If obj was poor ,will she go this length.
      You may have reconciled but he no longer sees your relevance.

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  2. Good for them.
    I love this part:

    *I will encourage all our women, our wives not to hold on to the pains, grudges, bitterness or whatever anyone has done to them. Let us bring our families together. The healing and the unity will also affect the nation.*

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    1. πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ that statement also caught my attention

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  4. Is she mama Iyabo? Cos I can see some resemblance. Good she makes right the wrong before baba will kick the bucket.

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    1. She’s too young to be Mama Iyabo. That’s not Iyabo’s Mum.

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  5. I love what she said. It's difficult to let go of hurts, pains etc. As the Lord helped her to apologise and reconcile with all, may it happen to everyone in such situation, both man and woman in Jesus mighty name. Amen.

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  6. With God all things are possible

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  7. Effect of hunger..And for 2023?..already battered you youths should meet Obj..to perfect acts of stealing and fornicating..Very good

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    1. No be small effect of hunger.

      Odi nnoo egwu

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  8. No , she’s not mama Iyabo, just one of d many wives of OBJ. I remember vividly d scandal that year. “If u Tarka me, I Dabo U.” It was something else & her twin brother ,Kenny M, supported OBJ out rightly. Peace is everything. Good to hear they have reconciled. Remaining mama Iyabo, his legal & wife of his youth. I doubt d possibility bcos she wrote a book like Toke , with so many expose’.

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    1. Please what is the title of the book?

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    2. I remember. There was an excerpt where he was running after her with a knife.

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  9. Alright ma. God bless you.

    Hopefully, daddy OBJ's apology will follow too. His actions triggered you then. He needs to make an open apology to you too.

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    1. If I hear say baba Iyabo apologize.

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    2. Gifty you are right. No big only apologize na apolo lol

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  10. If it is Oyibo woman, she would have moved on since, married other men but noo, our own is we die here, like say a man is the price! OBJ will still accept you and add you up to the others; if una like may una dey jam head, wetin be his own.

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  11. Same here...May God help me too..ko easy rara!

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  12. Ok mama ,thank God you have reconciled with him

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  13. All this epistle for a man that has other wives apart from you.

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  14. Ndi Naija brand of feminists, how Eke market? 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣
    I can see you all are already attacking her.

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    1. Sense is very far from you, because how does this relate to feminism?

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  15. A woman who bolts away from her husband for no just reason, is a stray bullet.

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    1. Stray bullets...huh? And who is the rifle shooter? πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„
      And who is the bullet aimed at?

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  16. All this declaration of love ontop a 120 years old former head of state with dozens of wife and concubine? Na real wa.

    Plus I find it offensive that out are placing obj in Nelson Mandela class. With due respect ma, get out of here jooor.

    Nelson Mandela is in a class of his own. You cant compare the late legend with your corrupt thiefing husband na it's disrespectful ma'am, please stop it.

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    1. A million thanks for your comment.

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  17. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm #she knows what she wantsπŸ˜‚

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  18. Obj and Nelson, abeg there is no basis for comparison madam

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  19. I'm confused. Was she married before Stella Obasanjo or after? Did OBJ remarry after Stella died?

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    1. OBJ has many wives so she's just one of the many. Though after Stella passed on, he brought one of his wives to live with him at home, and not this woman.

      This woman gave birth to only one child for OBJ called Juwon.

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    2. Oh ok. Wow OBJ na real soldier man.

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