Unknown to many, the marriage of Biola Alabi, the producer of popular flick, ‘Banana Island Ghost’ to Makanjuola Alabi, a former helmsman at the Lagos State Signage and Advertisement Agency (LASAA) has crashed.
But the estranged couple have chosen to keep the crisis away from media attention and the public space despite living separately.
The details of the marital crisis is yet to be ascertained as at the time of filling this report but a close source said it has been a recurring factor on the part of the husband.
A dependable source confirmed to us that the hubby, Makanjuola is the major arrow head threatening the marriage of the many years.
Further dig revealed that the close ally of the Minister for Power and Steel, Babatunde Raji Fashola has not been faithful to his wife in the last few years.
Before now, Biola was said to have warned her hubby to desist from his randy nature to save their marriage but when she could no longer bear her husband’s philandering excesses, after years of perseverance and patience, she eventually walked out of the marriage.
She did not only walk away, Biola also packed out of her matrimonial home to have peace of mind.
Possible reconciliation is on-going by family members to settle the matter as the troubled couple are yet to involve the court to arrange their divorce.
Makanjuola who has also regretted his action has swung into action to reconcile with his loving and enterprising wife.
Biola Alabi, a United States born lady of style is a Nigerian entrepreneur, founder and managing partner of Biola Alabi Media, a consultancy and production company.
Her company produces Nigeria’s food travel documentary series; Bukas and Joint airing across Africa and in the United States.
While her husband, Makanjuola currently runs a personal company, VMedia, a premier high-impact outdoor and indoor advertising solution provider.
This is one of many celebrity and society marriage facing crisis.