- Nigerian media personality, Toke Makinwa, has taken to social media to speak on how she moved on from her divorce
- It all started after a fan who seemed to be going through a divorce reached out to her on Instagram to find out how she moved on from hers
- The self-styled baby girl for life told the fan to take it a day at a time because there would be happy and sad days
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Nigerian media personality, Toke Makinwa, who had been quite open about her divorce from her long-time boyfriend turned husband, Maje Ayida, recently spoke on how she moved on from the seperation.
The TV girl opened up after a fan who seemed to be going through the same thing reached out to her for advice on how to handle it.
The fan identified as Prettypruddy asked Toke how she survived divorce. To that, the media personality said that she took things one day at a time because there were good and bad days. Toke also told the fan that she would smile again.
In her words: “I took it one day at a time hun, had good days, bad days, the dark cloud won’t last forever. I promise you’ll smile again."
She also consoled another follower who was in the same situation, saying:
“It is a dark valley but what doesn’t kill you will only wish it did cos you’re reborn. You will rise from it all, I promise.”
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Toke Makinwa used to be married to her on and off boyfriend, Maje Ayida, but they divorced shortly after due to claims of serial cheating on the part of her husband.
In other news, Legit.ng reported that Toke recently took to social media to share her take on how marriages should be.
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According to the media personality, marriages should have expiry dates that are subject to renewal just like contracts.
She said that people should be able to look back at their relationships, gauge things and decide if they still want to be together.
She wrote: “I think marriage should have an expiry and subject to renewal clause after a certain number of years, like the way we renew agreements, people should be allowed to look back on time out in, grade themselves and hit the renewal button if they can still stand each other."
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