If feelers making the rounds are anything to go by, then fairskinned Nollywood actress Monalisa Chinda may be getting set to give marriage a second trial at the end of this month.
Reports say the 41-year-old mother of one is preparing to get married to her lover identified as Victor Coker who hails from the Niger Delta region.
Incoming reports say Coker paid her bride price in December 2015 at their introduction ceremony and they have both chosen February 20th as their engagement date and a yet-to-be announced time and day for a white wedding scheduled to be staged in Greece.
Before the white wedding, it has been gathered that a traditional wedding will be staged at Monalisa’s father’s compound in Port Harcourt with a few friends of the actress in attendance.
Recall that Monalisa was initially married to co-owner of now defunct record label Question Mark Records, Dejo Richards.
The couple who both had a rocky marriage parted ways about seven years ago citing domestic violence and irreconcilable differences
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