Davido and Chioma, Banky W and Adesua and 6 other Nigerian celebrities Inter-Tribal Marriages we love

Nigeria lately has been teetering on the edge of ethnic hatred and bigotry. It makes one wonder what happened to all of the love exchanged through inter-tribal marriages that we’ve come to love, including that of our celebrities.

Where there’s love, hate, and intolerance, they die a natural death, just like Davido and Chioma’s relationship proves, and the same as Banky W and Adesua Etomi’s marriage.
Learning to accept, respect, and understand each other’s differences should bring us together for the good of the country as a whole, instead of putting them in the spotlight all the time.In this article, we celebrate the eight Nigerian celebrities who are married to people from other Nigerian tribes that we love and want to emulate. 1. Davido and Chioma: This one Nigerian celebrity couple has stolen the hearts of many with their genuine portrayal of what love should be.
Davido is a Yoruba man from Osun State, and his wife, Chioma Rowland, is from Imo State. They shared an offspring, Ifeanyi, who was roundly loved and celebrated. The little boy’s first name isn’t from his father’s culture, as it should be; instead, it is an Igbo name. What’s there not to love? That’s the height of celebrating our differences and accepting them as a strength and something to exalt, not shut down. These are some of the beauties of inter-tribal marriage as it is rife in the average Nigerian society.
The marriage of ace Nollywood actress Mercy Aigbe and her husband, movie producer Kazim Adeoti, is a prime example of another celebrity inter-tribal marriage that should be emulated.
The couple has stood firm together since going public with their relationship, despite the public’s criticisms and persecution of their love. They have, on the contrary, waxed stronger and show the beautiful side of genuine love and how inter-tribal marriage is a thing of joy.

3. Peter P-Square and Lola Omotayo: Peter Okoye of the P-Square was one of the loudest voices throughout the 2023 election season campaigning for the Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi. Despite being married to a Yoruba woman, Lola Omotayo, he is one of the voices pushing a nasty narrative about other tribes and regions in the country. Even though his marriage has enjoyed public support from both sides of the divide, one would expect that he would be a calming voice to all of the ethnic rhetoric and tribal bigotry that has gripped the Nigerian public discourse of late. More is expected of Peter, considering the platform he has as a Nigerian.

4. Banky W and Adesua Etomi. The love between singer Banky W and his actress wife, Adesua Etomi, is another celebrity marriage that Nigerians admire a lot. Bankole Wellington is a Yoruba man from Lagos State, and his wife Adesua is from Edo State. The pair’s wedding is probably one of the most publicly celebrated celebrity events since 2017. It was in the headlines for two weeks straight, and both cultures sat through it all with pure admiration. They gave us strong reasons to celebrate the Nigerian culture, and our love for each is more vital than our differences.


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