It’s Nobody’s Business” – Ebuka Replies Toke Makinwa After Asking Him If He Married His Wife For Money

February 20th, 2022

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Cynthia is the daughter of the founder of the transportation company “The Young Shall Grow.” People have said that Ebuka married his bride to ascend the social ladder because of her family’s financial situation.

In reaction to the allegations, Ebuka has stated that such allegations are false because he is not from a poor family.

During an interview with Toke Makinwa, Ebuka aired his concerns.

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Ebuka explained that his father was working for the central bank, and his mother was a pharmacist, he said.

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Ebuka remarked that he frequently questioned why others thought he was starving, given that his family is comfortable financially.

Ebuka and Cynthia walked down the aisle in 2016 and the duo have two daughters together.

Cynthia previously revealed that she disliked and couldn’t stand her husband’s presence while he was a contestant on Big Brother Naija.

Meanwhile, The founder of Salvation Ministry, David Ibiyeomie, has proclaimed that persons who profess love for others but do not back it up with financial or other valued gifts are not real lovers.

The cleric, speaking at a church-sponsored event to commemorate Valentine’s Day in 2022, argued that all genuine loves entail giving and sacrifices.

Pastor Ibiyeomie made the assertion in relation to church offerings and tithes, claiming that individuals who struggle to provide money to the church do not love God.

The renowned clergyman, who claims to be a pathological lover and giver, disclosed that in 2021, he spent over N400 billion on charity, emphasizing that he donates 80 percent of his earnings.

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