Foluke Daramola’s Ex Husband, Babatunde Sobowale’s Second marriage crashed again

 “He is a merciless wife beater”-Source

Foluke Daramola’s ex-hubby, Babatunde Sobowale’s second marriage has crashed.

An impeccable source has revealed to newsheadline247 that the celebrated marriage between Babatunde Sobowale and popular Lagos big girl, Faridat Ajayi collapsed over what is believed to be ‘regular merciless wife beating and battering.’

Information made available also indicates Babatunde Sobowale, son of former Lagos state commissioner for education, Professor Idowu Sobowale is not happy with the latest development in his marital life.

This is the second failed marriage of the Lagos society big boy who is also known as Tprime within his social circle.


His first was with Nollywood star actress, Foluke Daramola in 2005, a marriage which hit the rock in 2008 over the same allegations of merciless beating and battering. The incident shocked the entire social circles.

Babatunde Sobowale’s second marriage to Faridat Ajayi crashed

Newsheadline247 gathered not long after the break up with Foluke Daramola, the actress had alleged that she had been beaten and battered throughout the marriage. She added, “Tunde had believed i was seeing another man.”

Immediately after his separation with Foluke Daramola in a marriage that produced two kids, Babatunde Sobowale fell in love with Faridat Ajayi, a respected society figure. He got married to Faridat in a much publicised marriage rites at Ikoyi Federal Registry.

“They are now separated for real and I don’t think Faridat will go back to him because of the way he pummels the poor lady whenever there is dispute between them,” the source stated.

Foluke Daramola with hubby, Kayode Salako

It was also gathered that Foluke claimed she blindly hurried into her first marriage with Tunde without studying the man she got married to.

She insisted in an interview with theyesng that “just because I had kids in that marriage, I don’t regret it.”

She had as well since remarried to Kayode Salako, a man she described as “very kind-hearted and a good man.”