Popular screen goddess and legendary actress Grace Omabo has confessed how she missed the ex husband and wishes to have him back even though he is married saying “I missed my ex husband so much that I wish to have him back”.
Speaking with Delay, the astute actress divulged that, she left her ex husband due to inter family confliction.
She explained that, during her peak, she was too much like today’s “slayqueen” where the family of her ex husband were so much against her lifestyle in regards to her marriage to their son.
Thinking she was on top of her game, she let go the marriage and bossed on to get for herself a new husband.
The legendary “by the fire side” TV series host, revealed that, she missed the ex husband and wish to have him back because she regrets moving on with the current due to the stress she is going through.
“I wasn’t matured in marriage so I let go my ex husband when the family started questioning my lifestyle. Indeed I was on top of my game and more like a slayer…in those times, I was the all known ‘Maame Dokono”. I moved on with a new man I found but have regretted my decision. He is too much of a problem to me and I always say to myself ‘I should have looked beyond my fame and personality to keep my marriage’ – She told Delay.
Despite it all, Grace Omabo made known the current relationship between herself and the ex husband as cordial. According to her, they are good friends and supports each other when in need. of nee
” We are cordially related. We are good friends now and we keep supporting each other. He is marked and still in Ghana and nothing stops him from being a good friend to me.” She added.
Grace Omaboe, also known as Maame Dokono, is a Ghanaian actress, television personality, author and a former politician.
She run the former Peace and Love Orphanage which is now Graceful Grace school in Accra.
Omaboe hails from Nyafuman in the Birim North District of Ghana.
Grace Omaboe was initially a writer on Osofo Dadzi in the 70s when she was encouraged by Nana Bosom Pra to act in a series she co-produced called Keteke. Omaboe first started acting in the Keteke TV series on Ghanaian State owned TV, GBC TV. She moved on from there to become one of the most soughted after actor of her time when she starred in and produced the 1980s/1990s Akan drama series Obra on GBC TV and also co-hosted an educative story telling tv program for kids known us By The Fire Side.
Popularly known as Maame Dokono (after she played a character as a kenkey seller), she moved on to feature in several Ghanaian movies both Akan and English. She starred in the 2013 short Kwaku Ananse and Children of the Mountain(2016).
In 2000 and 2004 Omaboe stood as parliamentary candidate for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in New Abirim for Birim North Constituency in the Eastern Region. In 2008 Omaboe defected to the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP).Omaboe claims that the NDC fabricated stories against her, which required her to fight and win a court case brought against her orphanage for criminal negligence.She quit politics in 2016, saying it was a waste of time, money, and full of people telling untruths.
Omaboe was selected to be President of the 2017 Golden Movie Awards Africa (GMAA) jury.
Grace Omaboe has six children with two based in the United States, two in the Netherlands and the rest in Ghana