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“Why I Married My Wife In A Truck” – Nollywood Actor Victor Osuagwu

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Here is what actor Victor Osuagwu told Leadership magazine about his wife and marriage.

  • Why did it take you almost 14 years before taking your wife to the altar? 
Some people even said it was because I didn’t have money to organise the
wedding. But to me, it was a deliberate act. It was a promise made to
God that when he blesses me I’m going to celebrate my
marriage in a very
big way. I don’t  owe my in-laws, everything about marriage was done in
2002 but I promised God that if he keeps me alive by
the time my last born would be five years old, I would celebrate my
marriage, alongside my children. And that was exactly what I did
immediately my last born clocked five. 
  • What motivated you to have your wedding in a truck? 
That was my own way of entertaining people because the entertainment
must continue and that is my job as a comic actor. I must apply all the
tactics within my disposal to make my fans happy. It is not only on
screen that I can make people smile and laugh. I felt that I could also
achieve same without being on TV. I was using the occasion to celebrate
my wife having endured for a long time waiting for me. I made my fans
realise that I’m a core entertainer on and off the screen. Port Harcourt
knew that someone was wedding on that day.


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