Veteran actress Hilda Dokubo has expressed her dissatisfaction with the length of the divorce procedure. Hilda Dokubo appealed for guidance on how to file for divorce from her on-screen spouse, Bimbo Manuel, on Instagram hours ago while complaining about the judge’s casual attitude.
The light-skinned actress, who shared a selfie of herself with the actor, expressed her need for a change after playing his wife in multiple films.
I’ve married this @manuelbimbo many times; can someone assist me with divorce papers? Whatever this judge is doing… I’m too pleased inside, loving the deliciousness.
Joke Silva, stunned by her move, placed a remark on her Facebook. “Hmmm, Hiiiilda…” wrote the veteran.
Hilda Dokubo revealed details of her reconciliation with her spouse years ago. She is a Christian, and as such, she feels that she ought to be able to forgive others and live a life that would make Christ pleased with her. The words of Hilda Dokubo can be summarised as follows: “I did it for myself, my children, others, and most importantly, God.”
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According to Hilda Dokubo, “Everything in life has stages and time.” If I claim to be a Christian and love God, I should be able to live a life worthy of Christ. It makes no difference who is correct or incorrect in a relationship. We did it not just for ourselves, but also for our children, for other people, and most importantly, for God.
Patience was one of the things Hilda Dokubo learned about marriage. Don’t expect anybody else to assist you in building your home since only you can accomplish it. When things get difficult, resist the want to give up so readily.
More details about Hilda Dokubo
Hilda Dokubo is a Nigerian award-winning film actress, activist, and youth advocate who formerly worked as Peter Odili’s special assistant on youth matters.
Hilda Dokubo was born as the first of six children in Buguma, at Asari-Toru, Rivers State community. Her elementary and senior studies were both completed at St. Mary State School Aggrey Road and Government Girls Secondary School respectively.
Her father had a career in engineering, while her mother had a career in education. She graduated from the University of Port Harcourt with a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Theater Arts.
During her youth service, Hilda Dokubo made her movie debut in the 1992 film Evil Passion. She has since appeared in and produced several Nigerian films. Gone Forever, End of the Wicked, My Goodwill, and The CEO are a few examples. Dokubo received Best Actress in a Supporting Part and Best Actress in the Comedy Category at the 11th Africa Movie Academy Awards after appearing in a supporting role in the 2015 film Stigma.
She appeared in the 2019 film Locked, a drama about mental health awareness. She created and directed the Center for Creative Arts Education (CREATE), a non-governmental organization that uses the arts to empower women and adolescents.
Hilda Dokubo joined other protestors in a Lagos street march against rape and other violent crimes against women in June 2020. She participated in the Port-Harcourt End SARS protests against police brutality in October 2020. Dokubo, together with Kate Henshaw, staged an online demonstration in March 2020 against the selection of Senator Ishaku Elisha Dabo of Adamawa North Senatorial District as a patron of the Actors Guild of Nigeria.