Nollywood Actor’s Marriage To Former Governor’s Daughter Has Crashed

The marriage between Nollywood Actor,
Ibrahim Chatta and his wife, Salamatu
Lafiaji, the daughter of former Kwara
State governor, Senator Shaaba Lafiaji,
has crashed.
You will recall that Chatta and Salamotu got
married in April 2013, shortly after his first
marriage crashed due to allegation of wife
battering which he emphatically denied.
Ibrahim had maintained that his ex-wife,
Olayinka Solomon, never stayed at home, or
bothered to take care of their child. This, he
said, was what drove him into the arms of
Salamat in the first place.
Disputing that he married Salamat for her
wealth, Chatta had said “Truthfully, Salamat
is a beautiful woman and she’s from a well-to-
do family, but if I intended to marry for
money, I wouldn’t have been available when
she came along
Some of my very good fans and friends can
testify to the fact that I searched for well over
two years for the right woman after the
relationship between me and my baby mama
turned sour, even on social media like
Facebook. I am not a gold digger like some
people wrote about me” he declared when
the going was still smooth. However, the
short-lived union has hit the rocks.
According to report, the couple started
having problems shortly after their marriage
due to class differences.
According to a popular magazine, “Salamotu,
who comes from a wealthy home, was not too
comfortable with the living conditions in
Chatta’s home, and this put a strain on the
relationship until two weeks ago when she
finally moved out of the house.”
When contacted, Ibrahim Chatta refused to
deny or confirm the report, as he kept mum.

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