Chris Attoh’s ex-wife Damilola opens up for the 1st time after bitter...

Chris Attoh’s ex-wife Damilola opens up for the 1st time after bitter divorce

Chris & former white Damilola
Chris Attoh’s Ex-Wife Damilola Adegbite Talks About Being Betrayed And Life After Divorce And It’s A Teary New Year MomentIMAGE: ADEDAMEE/INSTAGRAM

This is Chris Attoh.

A Ghanaian actor and event host.



This is Damilola Adegbite.

A Nigerian actress.


The two got married in 2015 after working together on the set of Tinsel, a television production.


Unfortunately, things didn’t work out and they got divorced in 2017.



They have a child together.


Damilola in her first post of the new year has spoken about her ex-husband albeit subtly, divorce and life after.

In the post, she indicated how her trust was betrayed and how 2017 was a tough year for her. She also spoke about how her scars are still healing and how dizzy she feels from trying to adjust.

She further adviced that when one is treated unjustly, one doesn’t always have to fight back or retaliate. Sometimes all you need to do is walk away from the situation because the law of karma will sort things out.

Read her post on Instagram below:

2017 was a tough year for me. One of the toughest of my life. My trust was betrayed in heart breaking ways and I had to go through some very painful overwhelming changes. But in all this, I am eternally grateful because who I am became crystal clear to me. Most importantly, I became more convinced that there is a higher power ( call it nature, karma, the universe.. I choose “GOD”). A GOD who listens when called on and who fights for the patient and selfless. He gave me some things I thought I really really wanted, to prove to me that there is nothing impossible for him to do, but he took them away again, this time by force, because sometimes, what we want is not necessarily good for us. It’s an uncomfortable process, like a child being weaned, but it signifies growth and advancement. I can’t deny that my scars are still healing, and I’m still a little dizzy from trying to adjust 😂but ultimately, I am thankful for the opportunity to have been handed an almost brand new slate and for the courage to accept it. This coming year, if things aren’t going the way you planned, sometimes, you may just have to take some steps back or away and choose to look at things from a different angle. I promise you, there is always a silver lining. When you are treated unjustly, you don’t always have to fight back or retaliate. Sometimes all you need to do is WALK AWAY from the situation. The law of karma will sort things out. Watever happens, trust that things are falling in place as they need to FOR YOUR GOOD. Stay POSITIVE and CHEERFUL, train yourself not to hold on to anything or anyone too tightly and never let anyone or any situation dim your LIGHT. I wish you and your loved ones a prosperous new year. May 2018 be the best year of our lives so far 🙏 I don’t know about you but I am super SUPER excited about my future 🤛


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    Putting charges on poor Ghanaian using high-tech equipment does confirm their lack of vision for mass education and benefits for information. Please, think again.