Caroline Danjuma, the Nigerian actress, has dismissed a claim by singer Oritsefemi that she married Tagbo Umeike, a late friend of Davido.


Oritsefemi, in a recent interview with Chude Jideonwo, the media personality, claimed he initially wanted to marry Danjuma.

He said he settled for Nabila Fash, his ex-wife, after “learning of Danjuma’s marriage to Tagbo”.

“I told my ex-wife that I only need a baby boy. That was our agreement. I never intended to marry her,” the singer said.


“It was Caroline Danjuma. Caroline went and did a court wedding with the late Tagbo. After the wedding, she told Nabila that she had married Tagbo and urged her to make sure I marry her.”

Reacting to the claim in a statement through Bodex Hungbo, her publicist, the movie star maintained that she had only been married to Musa Danjuma, her ex-husband.

She also threatened to take legal action against Oritsefemi while asking the singer to provide evidence to back his claims.


“Disclaimer!!! This is to address the attempt to defame our client, Dr Carolyna Danjuma Hutchings @carolynahutchings (actress, producer and property developer) via a concerted effort by an unscrupulous individual known as Mr Orisefemi,” the statement reads.

“Several unsavory stories have emerged recently by this individual spreading false stories to cast aspersions on the personality of Dr Carolyna Danjuma Hutchings and we are not leaving this unturned.

“For clarification, the only man Dr Carolyna Danjuma Hutchings has ever been married to and has children for is her ex husband, Chief Barrister Musa Danjuma.

“Whenever she decides to remarry if she so desires, she will personally put it out or through her media team for her fans and well wishers to celebrate with her.


“Finally, our legal team, in view of these despicable claims made by a said Oritsefemi against our focused and amiable client, Dr Carolyna Danjuma Hutchings, will be taking legal actions against Mr Orisefemi.

“We are interested in the said civil marriage certificate and pictures inclusive of all evidences to prove his claims beyond reasonable doubt which he boldly made on a recent podcast show.”


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Tagbo passed away in 2017. Danjuma had accused Davido of involvement in Tagbo’s death — a claim the singer denied.


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