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Lonely Toke Makinwa says she wishes she has a man in her life (Video)



Lonely Toke Makinwa says she wish she has a man in her life (Video)

Chatterbox media personality and Vlogger Toke Makinwa has revealed in a recent post on Snapchat that she gets lonely too and she wishes that she has a man she goes home to after work.

The Rhythm FM on air personality and TV host who officially moved to severe ties with her estranged hubby Maje Ayida following allegations that he impregnated his old girlfriend, Anita Solomon, two years ago, noted that she sometimes wishes she had a man in her life.

“So at times like this guys, I wish I had a man to get home to and just kick it with and just chat up at work,” Toke posted on her Snapchat account.

Read also: Toke Makinwa seeks to severe ties with hubby, tables divorce petition

Recall that sometime back in June 2018, the multi-talented media gal via her Twitter page shared her qualities saying whoever marries her in the future is going to be proud of her.

“Whoever I marry, you gon be so proud of this baby girl, you’ll bless God daily for the warrior he’s blessed you with. A cornerstone, her spirit is undefeated, her soul is gold. From that orphan girl to Queen,” she tweeted. “My kids will call me blessed,” she concluded.

It could be recalled that Toke in June 2016, filed for a divorce with Maje following an infidelity saga when she presented her petition before Justice Pedro of the Lagos State High Court through her lawyers.

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