“Why we kept our marriage a secret” – Taaooma’s husband, Abula spills

Filmmaker, Abdulazeez Greene, a.k.a Abula, has for the first time, spoken about his marriage to popular skit maker, Apaokagi Maryam, a.k.a Taaooma.

Taaooma had gotten engaged to Greene, who is better known as Abula, in October 2020 but not many of her fans seemed to be aware of the blossoming relationship, let alone their marriage which was reported to have taken place in January, 2021.

Abula wowed their fans after he celebrated their first wedding anniversary on Instagram, on January 23.

“One year down, forever to go! Got u for life Mrs. Greene”, he shared.

Speaking in an interview with the Cable Lifestyle, Abula revealed that it was their decision to keep their wedding a secret.

He added that although he maintains good rapport with ladies at work, they all know when to draw the line as “there is a limit to the friendship they keep.”

Sharing his two cent on sex-for-role in the industry, Abula  said that sex-for-role was common in every industry and that “I think film making and skit making are gaining more attention because we have rampant cases of people asking for sex there.

I think there will be change, now that people are calling out alleged abusers and there is awareness. With time, the situation will change.”

a.k.a Abula, has for the first time, spoken about his marriage to popular skit maker, Apaokagi Maryam, a.k.a Taaooma.

Taaooma had gotten engaged to Greene, who is better known as Abula, in October 2020 but not many of her fans seemed to be aware of the blossoming relationship, let alone their marriage which was reported to have taken place in January, 2021.

Abula wowed their fans after he celebrated their first wedding anniversary on Instagram, on January 23.

“One year down, forever to go! Got u for life Mrs. Greene”, he shared.

Speaking in an interview with the Cable Lifestyle, Abula revealed that it was their decision to keep their wedding a secret.

He added that although he maintains good rapport with ladies at work, they all know when to draw the line as “there is a limit to the friendship they keep.”

Sharing his two-cent on sex-for-role in the industry, Abula said that sex-for-role was common in every industry and that “I think film making and skit making are gaining more attention because we have rampant cases of people asking for sex there.

I think there will be change, now that people are calling out alleged abusers and there is awareness. With time, the situation will change.”

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