Divorce: Anita Okoye allegedly demands $15,000 from Rudeboy as monthly spousal support

By AdvocateNews on 21/08/2021

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Anita Okoye and Paul Okoye
Anita Okoye and Paul Okoye

Anita Okoye, wife of Paul Okoye of the now defunct music group, P-square, has demanded a monthly payment of $15,000 (about N7.8m) for spousal support.

The estranged wife of the popular singer made this known in her petition for divorce, which was signed before the Abuja High Court.

“Payment of a monthly maintenance sum of $15,000.00 (US Dollars) for the general welfare, education and health of the three children of the union who are presently in schools in the United States of America until they are of age,” part of the document read.

Part of leaked court document. Source: Pulse

The internet went on a frenzy when the divorce plans between Anita and her celebrity husband, popularly known as Rudeboy, was made public on Friday.

However, the one-page document which seems to be a fragment of a larger paper work does not have the court’s endorsement on it. Also, the petition number and other aspects of it were blurred.

Saturday Beats could also not ascertain the date the said document was made or filed as there was no such information on the surface of the document.

Meanwhile, when Saturday Beats got in touch with Rudeboy, he stated that he was not interested in talking about the matter and hung up. He said, “You people should stop calling me about this s**t.” (Punch)

Posted 21/08/2021 9:20:19 PM

 

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