Stella Dimoko Canada Based Nigerian Media Personality Shade Ladipo Gives Solid Advice To A New Wife


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Thursday, July 04, 2024

Canada Based Nigerian Media Personality Shade Ladipo Gives Solid Advice To A New Wife

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  1. I am still using my Father's name in all my documents....dnt plan to change it anytime soon sef

    1. Jira, jira, jira!!!,

      Lets consider this hypothetical scenario where you married a Bill Gates, an Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos or even a Dangote, would you maintain this stand?

      The truth is in your mind, you "married down" and believe your maiden name carries more weight than your husbands name.

      I mean, Elon Musks wife (Justine Musk) who divorced him in 2008, has refused to revert to her maiden name and still claims the Musk name till today.

      I mean can you blame her?

      Women will always do whatever is in their interest, logic be damned.

      Anyways, as you were.

      Carry on.

    2. Been married for close to 19yrs now,and still use my miden name in all my documents. What i did was to add my husband's surname to my international passport and drivers licence. No be him pay my school fees,so why change my documents to his name.

    3. @Anon 10:39

      Yen, yen, yen.

      Answer the question you were asked.

      Your husbands name doesnt carry weight thats why you didnt change yours to his.

      Accept this and have peace abeg.

  2. Replies
    1. Was married . Why una no dey read

    2. @Anon 9:57
      She has remarried.

      Dont be read strong and insultive even in your ignorance.

    3. @Anon 10:31

      Prof, its headstrong and not "read strong"

  3. Most people I know only changed their names on their social media profile but all documents still carry their maiden names. The stress involved in doing change of name in Nigeria is not for the faint hearted. News paper publication is easy peasy but to effect the change in the bank is war not to talk of NIN and others. Do not try it biko.

    1. Exactly. I think that's why some women drag a little.

  4. That's the way to go. Change of name is no beans. Not with the way men are not even serious with marriage these days. You change after marriage. Boom few years down the lane you are divorced and you start thinking of changing back to your maiden name again. That's extreme sports

  5. "Even a broken clock tells the correct time twice a day"

    Sade, whatever you are now smoking,

    Please continue.

    Its well with your soul

  6. I didn't change too,only my Intl passport had my ex name,so when I wanted to renew,I just changed back to my maiden name,it was quite easy because every other documents had my maiden name.

  7. I totally support Shade's advice here. The stress involved in changing it back if things go south is enormous.

  8. ๐Ÿ’ฏ๐Ÿ’ฏ

    Hello iya boys

  9. Lol..

    The height of see finish..

    Even the Obasanjo wife that was attacking him and claiming to have left him was still using his name..

    Na the man wey consider paying your bride price even as you no be virgin but you don't seem him worthy of taking his name I blame..

    Dear kings..
    Shey na woman wet no regard your name go come deem you worthy of being here kids father? See you see paternity fraud..

    P.S: As I write my own comment hehe without attacking anyone's comment.. make Una too wrote Una own and leave mine alone.. the space is big enough for everyone to make their own comments.don't come and tell me of joke silver and expect me to use and exception as a definition..


    1. Is this how you write your briefs? ๐Ÿ˜ฉ

  10. The way everyone wants to give advice and opinion on the decision of a grown woman amazes me. I just hope you all have a perfect life while at it.

    1. The lady knows exactly what she was doing , most of them wants a lot of people in their circles or to mess up who are not solid in whatever conviction they got. Let people do what pleases them why come to social media to influence rubbish and mess up the weak ones.

  11. For divorced people, it's hard to change it back that's why some ladies are scared to change it in the first place but I would advise divorced women that have children should still keep the surname. In all if na Danjuma or Dantata be the surname you will change it sharp

  12. In cases of divorce, there is no legal or cultural requirements to revert to maiden name. I don't know why Nigerians make a fuss about this, probably ignorance. You can have your new name for life, whatever name you take on via marriage is yours to bear for life; no one can sue you for it. If they do, they'll lose...

  13. See them saying if something goes wrong changing it back to your father's name becomes a challenge. So you mean some of you go into marriage already thinking of divorce? Like how? Why marry at the 1st place if you think you might divorce?

    The young woman Sharon has been a lady without problems. But you all chose to attack her this much because she married someone who married in the past? How does her choice affect you personally? This is how you people drive people to their end. Let the lady be.


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