Omoni Oboli Gushes About Beau, Says “Our Love Is Perfect”

She has been married to her husband, Nnamdi for over 16 years.

They are still an item.

Nollywood actress, Omoni Oboli took time out to talk against Domestic Violence and also advise victims never to keep silent.

Sharing a picture of self and husband, she wrote


“We are not perfect…but our love is perfect ? We are totally flawed but love covers a multitude of sins. @nnamdioboli thanks for loving an imperfect me! ?
Now…the reason for this post…there’s no reason to hit a spouse or a partner. There’s no scenario where it’s excusable. If your spouse is upsetting you at any point and you feel you can’t take it, walk away!!! Wetin?!!! A spouse is not a punching bag! This applies to both men and women…because I heard some women are Mike Tyson wannabes. This thing is getting out of hand! Abeg, your spouse did not cause the recession. Don’t transfer aggression! It’s also not ok to have a violent relationship so you can have great makeup sex! One day, that play will lead to someone’s death. Please, I’m begging you, if you are guilty of this, cease!!! Stop it now!
While, I’m not an advocate for divorce, Pls speak up if you are a victim. Don’t keep quiet to your grave. May God help us all.
” (sic)

Recalling how she met her husband, Omoni, who will celebrate 17 years of wedlock come October 2017 said in an interview:

“We actually met on a movie set. His uncle is Obi Osotule and he had come to the set with him. We met, we just talked and I did not see him again until four years later during my final year in the university.”

On running a home and her vibrant career as an actress and film-maker, she revealed:

“I like to think of myself as a home girl. I like the quiet life and love to be at home with my family. I love to cook and bake. I love my kids and I love to be around them. I miss them whenever I am out. I am an easy going person. I love life; I don’t look down on people. I know that every woman is a star in her own right. The whole celebrity ‘thing’ ends outside my home. When I am at home, I am my husband’s wife and my children’s mother. I have three boys and I started motherhood early. As soon as I graduated, I got married.”