Annie Idibia is demanding an extraordinary obligation from her husband, 2baba Idibia.
- The couple, who had recently renewed their wedding vows after ten years of marriage, had a round table discussion during which Annie demanded only one thing from him.
EKO HOT BLOG reports that Annie Idibia is demanding an extraordinary obligation from her husband, 2baba Idibia.
The couple, who had recently renewed their wedding vows after ten years of marriage, had a round table discussion during which Annie demanded only one thing from him.
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Annie begged her husband to commit to her for the next ten years.
Annie stated in an episode of their Young Famous and African reality show that she wanted him to keep one promise.
She went on to say that she expects him to be faithful to her for the next ten years, without cheating.
“I want another promise.
Another ten years to be faithful.
Recall that Nigerian power couple, 2baba Idibia and his beautiful wife, Annie Idibia have renewed their wedding vows.
The couple who have been through thick and thin decided to take their love further by renewing their wedding vows.
Last year, the couple almost parted ways after they had a messy fight which was in public view.
2baba even had to flee his home to the US to have peace of mind.
Fortunately, their love weathered all the storms as the couple reunited after 2baba extended the olive branch by apologising to his wife on his birthday.
Waxing stronger, Annie and 2baba went to the altar to profess their love for each other.
According to Annie, their wedding renewal was very intimate though they also wanted to share it with the world on their reality show, Young Famous and African.
Annie promised to post photos and videos soon
She added that her vulnerability on the show isn’t weakness as she believes being brave is strength.
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