Few days ago, the internet went agog with the shocking news of the crash of Toyin Aimakhu and her husband, Niyi Johnson. Read It HERE The two Nollywood stars had married less than two years ago in Lagos and many were surprised that their union had hit the rock. It was alleged that Toyin decided to call it quit with the marriage on the grounds of infidelity. However, Niyi Johnson, who became more famous after acting in the popular Tinsel series, announced that he and his wife have settled their differences after the news broke. "With the heart of appreciation and sincerity we write: There's no fire without smoke. For every marriage and journey, there are moments of storm, that was our stormy and trying times. “The recent event obviously made us know how important our marriage is and that a lot of lives and destiny are attached to ours. We never knew the weight our marriage carried until now, we discovered a lot of destiny and glory hangs on our own. May we not let God and you down. “To the bloggers who blogged, we appreciate you. You might think you wrote a news, but it turned out to restored our happiness and home back. So to all the bloggers, we say a big thank you. We've learnt our lessons, corrected our mistakes and have chosen to move on. This event made us know who our friends and well wishers are. “We are short of words and filled with gratitude first to our parents, our spiritual parents, adopted parents, friends, colleagues and fanssssss...OMG!!! Our fans, you guys are the best; for your calls, text messages, mails, pings, whatsapp messages, Facebook comments and messages. “We love you all. The Bible says ‘when we pass through fire, it won't burn us and through water, it won't drown us and whenever we pass through storms, it will not over power us (Isaiah 43:2-3).’ May God still all storms in our lives and make everyone happy. “Whatever you hear from us henceforth shall be good news. We wish you all the best and love you all,” the husband wrote.
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