Filmmaker Moses Inwang’s 10 years marriage to actress Emem crashes

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The filmmaker said he decided to end the relationship after much reflection and discussion with Emem.

He said this period was indeed a challenging one for them, but said both parties believed it was the best path for them.

Inwang wrote: “Happy new year family friends and fans. Today, I wanted to share some personal news that has been a difficult but necessary decision in my life.

“After much reflection and discussion, Emem and I have decided to part ways after about 10 years of marriage. While this is undoubtedly a challenging time for both of us, we believe it is the best path forward for our individual happiness and personal growth.

As we navigate this new chapter, we kindly request your understanding and respect for our privacy. While we may be parting ways as partners, we remain committed to maintaining a positive and healthy co-parenting relationship for the well-being of our boys. Thanks for the love and support.”

Born 31 January, 1978 Inwang is a Nigerian film director, producer, editor and screenwriter best known for classic films in the Nollywood mainstream that speak to societal ills and nagging live issues rarely documented in Nigerian films. In 2012, Inwang gained significant recognition for his directorial work in the psychological thriller Torn, also produced by him, and released in cinemas nationwide in 2013.

With multiple nominations, award and recognition bagged from that movie, he went on to direct and produce other hits like Damage, Cold Feet, Stalker, Last 3 digits, Alter Ego, Crazy People, American Driver, Unroyal and lastly Merry Men 2; Ayo Makun (AY)’s blockbuster film, which emerged the 2nd highest-grossing movie of 2019 in Nigeria with a sum of 240 million

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