Doris Simeon Speaks About Her Divorce From Daniel Ademinokan

Pretty nollywood actress, Doris Simeon and popular producer, Daniel Ademinokan were once married. Many had looked up to the celebrity family, but alas they went their separate ways which came as a shock to many people. Daniel ended up in the arms of another actress, Stella Damasus. Daniel and Doris have a son together. Speaking in a recent TV interview, Doris disclosed that Daniel had asked her for divorce long before they went their separate ways. Here’s what she said:


“This man asked for divorce over seven times, long before we finally separated. At every little problem, he would say ‘I want divorce, I want divorce.’ There are some people that he listens to when they talk to him, so I tried to call pastors, and they kept calling him, but he wouldn’t pick their calls. At some point, I just realized that he had made up his mind finally. It got to a point that I had to look at myself in the mirror, and I said to myself, ‘Doris, you are a beautiful woman, why would you want to kill yourself over nothing?’ I convinced myself to just try and move on with my life also. It took me a year to get to that point, but in between that time, I was trying to focus my mind on other things such as work.”

My advice to other women going through this is; put God first in everything. Put things behind you, make sure you look your best and work harder. Don’t kill yourself because of any man because you have kids to take care of.



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One Response to "Doris Simeon Speaks About Her Divorce From Daniel Ademinokan"

  1. Bukola says:

    U will laugh last in Jesus name


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