'People keep harassing me with the word infidelity, but I'm a responsible man with a conscience' - Foluke Daramola's husband says


Actress Foluke Daramola's husband, Kayode Salako on Monday, took to his Instagram to recount when a man who knows his wife texted her immediately he saw him with another woman in a restaurant.

His wife reacted to it in an interview with with Tribune where she said; "Infidelity" is an English word which does not exist in the dictionary of what I share with my hubby. With or without anything like that, it can never be so strong enough to make me leave my marriage.

In support of his wife's interview, he shared the interview photo and wrote....

"Funny enough, harassing a liberally inclined, optimally exposed and well informed socialite like me with that ugly word " Infidelity" is like harassing a soldier with a dane gun or a brother in a church with an outdated bible. The most important to me is to continue to be a responsible man that I have always been to my conscience. I always tell my wife that playing Romeo and Juliet in this relationship wont ever bring money to the house. It is good and extensive association with substantial people that will expand our coast. So, the two of us do not limit ourselves. We are free to live. And we have been living to benefit from the exploration.That word "infidelity" does not exist in the dictionary of what my wife and I share and have built. We are Africans. We are not British or whites. We are not members of Deeper Life. We are two realistic and value based people, who know what being responsible and ideal to marital values is all about... We are in love and understand each other perfectly..."

A lot of have been written against us by the media about what we said and what we did not say. but one thing they won't be able to write about for a long time is the story that the 'conviction' which brought us together has died...We are very sure about that..." - Olukayode Salako."

Foluke Daramola: "Infidelity" is an English word which does not exist in the dictionary of what I share with my hubby. With or without anything like that, it can never be so strong enough to make me leave my marriage. I am an optimally exposed woman, who knows what the true nature of an African man is. If anything like that arises, I know how to handle it. One thing I can't thank God enough for is the fact that my hubby is a very responsible man, who has passed all the tests of being a very good man since I have been living with him..."Nothing external can be so strong enough to sweep our convictions away. It is a marriage ordained by God and destiny and so we shall continue to play our own part to make sure we do not disappoint God and those who want us to continue to keep it..."- Foluke Daramola Salako inside the Saturday Tribune of January 21, 2017.


Kayode Salako: "This marriage has always been a public issue from the out set. So, I shall always be there to respond and defend its right to continue to survive it publicly...If the marriage had wanted to crash, it would have crashed in the first two years of its existence. It is not easy to crash like that now any more. We have gone past that. What we are hoping for right now is the blessings; the good life; the long life and the fulfillment of it...

"A lot of have been written against us by the media about what we said and what we did not say. but one thing they won't be able to write about for a long time is the story that the 'conviction' which brought us together has died...We are very sure about that..." - Olukayode Salako inside Saturday Punch newspaper of January 21, 2017.

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