Popular Nollywood Yoruba actress Tayo Odueke aka Sikiratu Sindodo in this recent interview reveals the never before told secret story of her life.
Sikiratu Sindodo revealed she has a daughter who currently resides with her father in the United Kingdom.
She also revealed the current man she is dating among other issues.
Interview except below:
The best relationship I have ever had
I am in a relationship now and it has been the best so far. The guy I’m dating right now is cool. He is very nice. I love him very much. When I was ill, he stood by me. Anybody that knows about me, knows him. He has brought me much more closer to God. I am close to God but he has drawn me closer to God. He is just fantastic.
About getting a tattoo for him
No, I did not. I just have a crown on my back. I have the picture of a crown and I inscribed ‘amazing grace’ beneath the crown. I don’t have anybody’s name on my back. I did not do a tattoo for my boyfriend. I did it for myself.
The rumour about me and Tolad, the marketer based in the US, is not true. He is like my uncle. I travelled with my boyfriend when I went to the United States. My uncle is a promoter so when I launched a film, he was around to help. Why would I date my uncle? He is married and he has grown up kids like me. As for Aremu Afolayan, he played the lead character in my movie. He is somebody I can call and tell if something is bothering me. Even when he calls me, he could say, ‘my mummy’. I dated Musiliu Oluomo. He is my ex-boyfriend. So many people have dated him as well, so, I don’t know why they tend to tag him on me. I don’t know why it is like that.
About my daughter
She is going to be 16 years old in December; I had her when I was 21. Her name is Damilola and she is in SS3 now. She is not into acting. It happened when I was young. I had finished my SSCE. I was home then, it just happened. He was not my first but my second. When I told him, he claimed responsibility. The last time I saw him, my daughter was a year old. He lives in the UK. He used to come sometime ago but not anymore. It has not been easy being a single mother, but I always have time for my daughter. I am so fond of her. She is more like my sister.
[Interview By Ademola Olonilua, Punch NG]