Multiple award-winning actress and box office queen Funke Akindele has stirred reactions online as she marks her first Women’s Day celebration without her estranged husband, Abdulrsheed Bello, known as JJC Skillz.
Funke Akindele shares a powerful video on her Instagram page, celebrating the power and strength of women around the world.
The mother of twin boys wished her fellow women the courage and strength to continue striving for excellence.
“Happy International Women’s day to every woman out there!
Here’s to celebrating the power and strength of all the incredible women around the world. I’m wishing you the courage and strength to continue striving for excellence!”
Reactions that trail Funke Akindele’s powerful women’s day message
Entertainment celebrities including Ufomma McDermott, Shaffy Bello, Juliet Ibrahim, Kunle Afod, Monalisa Chinda, Uti Nwachukwu, Linda Osifo, Monalisa Stephen, Elsie Okpocha, Susan Peters, Caroline Danjuma, among others celebrate Funke Akindele with heartwarming words.
Actress Ufomma McDermott wrote, “Happy IWD correct woman. Your leadership qualities are inspiring”
Linda Osifo cheers Funke on, “Happy International Women’s day ma’am. Continue your great works”
“Happy international women day . She have all the criteria to fix this state . Let’s vote her. If you really want to be real we know she’s capable! Let’s not make mistake o .” Monalisa Stephen commented.
JJC Skillz announce their separation from Funke Akindele
It was noted that this is Funke Akindele’s first Women’s Day celebration post-separation from her husband, JJC Skillz.
In 2022, JJC Skillz announced his separation from Funke Akindele over irreconcilable differences.
“Dear friends and family I need to let you know that Funke and I have separated. While it lasted we shared a lot of things together and have created 2 beautiful Children.
The last two years have been extremely difficult. The last two years have been extremely difficult for us.
I know I have tried my best to fix things, but I believe it is beyond repair now. 3 months ago and at Funke’s insistence.
I moved out of the house and, apart from AMVCA, have not been able to get Funke to sit down in an amicable matter to discuss the future of our relationship.
I’m making this announcement, so the public knows we are both pursuing separate lives.
We still have issues that need to be addressed, such as custody and wellbeing of our children, which is paramount, as well as business interest which needs to be disentangled, but I have no doubt that these will be resolved one way or the other”.