Gboah.com: "The Best Man With Me Through The Years" Late Abiola Ajimobi's Wife Mourns, Recovers From COVID-19.

"The Best Man With Me Through The Years" Late Abiola Ajimobi's Wife Mourns, Recovers From COVID-19.


Wife of late Senator Abiola Ajimobi who died on June 25 is now inconsolable.

Senator Abiola Ajimobi has been an item with his wife!

You would always think they were teenagers in love. To think her late husband, a practicing Muslim and she devoted to Christianity.


The duo who had been together for 39 years until Ajimobi demise, after suffering from Coronavirus complications, remained a bright example for their children.

Florence was also confirmed to have tested positive for COVID-19 but recovered. 

They always celebrate their wedding anniversary, particularly when he became governor and even after he left office.


In November 2019, when they celebrated their 39th wedding anniversary, Florence, 61, wrote,

“39years strong. Eternally grateful to have the best man with me through the years. Best husband, father and grandfather. Thank you for being a good and solid companion on this journey.

As we look to the future with so much hope, may our evening years together bring a more joy than we have ever known.”


Yet it didn't mean that he wasn't cheating on her.

Mrs. Florence Ajimobi, a caring wife, said she caught her husband having an affair on two occasions.

She said this while talking to her daughter, Bisola, in a video that was posted earlier in 2020 on Instagram.

When most men cheat, Mrs. Florence claims it's all about sex and nothing more.


“Even on one or two occasions that I caught him cheating, he will apologise and once he apologises and it ends, I never go back to them (the issues) again. I never, Bisola because what I’m saying is to err is human, to forgive is divine.

“We are friends. Even as a wife, sometimes I fall below his expectations. Sometimes we do something worse than cheating.”

“So, even before I got married, I made up my mind that this union called married would be forever.” Mrs. Ajimobi said.

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