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Check Out The Longest Lasting Couples In The Entertainment Industry

Nowadays marriages end so quickly especially those of celebrities but few have actually survived and kept their marriages going very strong...see the list below: 
 
Olu and Joke Jacobs: They are undoubtedly the 1st, The couple grew in acting together. They are undoubtedly the oldest couple in Nollywood today and have been married for almost 30 years. The couple renewed their marital vows in 2011.
 
 
Fela and Tara Durotoye: Fela is a motivational speaker and business coach and Tara is an entrepreneur – she runs the popular House of Tara. After ten years of marriage, their love is waxing stronger without letting their fame, achievements and success get into their heads.
 
 
 
Tunde and Wunmi Obe (T.W.O): Tunde and Wunmi have been singing together right from university days and have carved a niche for themselves with their peculliar type of music. They have three kids.
 
 
Chioma Chukwuka and Akpotha: Many people wonder how actress, Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha has been able to sustain her marriage after being married for over a 7 years, while those who married after her have had broken marriages.
 
 
Soni and Betty Irabor: Soni is a Broadcaster and Betty a journalist, author and publisher. They complement each other and make up for each others weaknesses.
 
 
Omotola Jalade and Captain Ekeinde: Omotola Jalade has been married to her husband Captain Ekeinde for 16 years and their marriage has been able to weather the storm so far.
 
 
Zack and Ngozi Orji: These lovely couple are a shining example to a lot of young celebrity couples. They are one of those celebrity couples who are never talked about because their marriage has lasted forever and there is no obvious drama.
 


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