”My Husband Knows How To Cook Water” – Comedian Ayo Ajewole Aka Woli Agba And Wife Share The Most Sensational Love Story Ever

Gospel and Instagram comedian, Ayo Ajewole popularly known
as Woli Agba of the Christ Chosen Vessel Dance Drama
Ministry and his wife, Olaife, speak with Punch about their
Read excerpts:
How did you meet your spouse?
Woli Agba: We met at the venue of a church program. My
group and I were invited to minister at a church in my wife’s
school, Kogi State University.
Was it love at first sight?
Woli Agba: For me, it was love at first sight. In fact, it
was marriage at first sight. On that first day that I set my
eyes on her, I told her that she would be my wife.
Olaife: For me, it was not love at first sight because I didn’t
believe he was serious when he expressed his mind. However,
in a very short time, I discovered I had feelings for him
hiding somewhere in my heart.
What qualities did you see in your
spouse that convinced you he/she was
the one?
Woli Agba: I saw a wife. I saw a perfect partner for me.
She sings, speaks good English and she is naturally beautiful
even without makeup and these are some of the qualities I
look out for in a woman. I know God has a hand in it
because I met her after a prayer retreat I had, and I saw a
sign when I met her.
Olaife: I saw a focused man who made me happy. I laughed
uncontrollably the first time we talked. I asked him so many
questions and he answered all of them convincingly.
How did you propose to her?
Woli Agba: Like I said, it was marriage at first sight. I saw
her in the midst of a crowd, but I singled her out and told
her that she would be my wife. When our relationship clocked
one month, I made a proposal to her to commit myself more
to her and to make her believe that I was serious.
How would you sum your marriage
experience so far?
Woli Agba: My marital experience has been so sweet.
Although, I was initially scared of getting married because of
some broken marriages I saw in my neighborhood, coupled
with the fact that people told me that women change after
they get married. However, our case is different, and I can
boldly say that marriage is sweet.
Olaife: He has said it all. Marriage is wonderful; it brings
peace, and is sweet.
How often do you quarrel?
Woli Agba: Sincerely, we hardly quarrel; it’s very rare. My
wife is my friend and I always enjoy having her around me.
We are free with ourselves and we gist about virtually
everything; there’s nothing we don’t talk about. I miss her
company and delicacies whenever I am not home. She knows
what I don’t like and vice versa. She knows when to say
sorry. I likewise make her happiness my watchword. We love
to be happy.
Olaife: The chance of us quarreling is very slim because my
husband is reasonably playful. I laugh uncontrollably at home
every time as if I’m at a comedy show. He loves making the
atmosphere lively. It’s not like we don’t get angry but God
has always been helping us that occasionally when we have
disagreements, it does not last long before issues are
Who usually apologises first when you
have disagreements?
Woli Agba: She does actually.
Olaife: I do because whenever he is unhappy, the house would
be boring. And of course, I am the lady, so even if I am
not wrong, I would apologise for peace to reign.
How do you cope with your husband’s
female admirers?
Olaife: During courtship, it was difficult for me but since we
got married, I know I’m his wife, so I need not worry. And
of course, he helps me by telling me about his admirers. I
also pray for him.
Why do you think celeb marriages
don’t often last?
Woli Agba: The only factor that destroys celebrity marriages
is pride. If pride can be dealt with, marriages will last.
Fame brings pride when care is not taken. The fact that the
celeb is the talk of the town may have gone to his or her
head and the spouse will likely suffer from it. A female celeb
will have bigwigs in the society as fans, and this may make
her despise her husband. Same goes for the man, because
ladies would always flock around him. Pride would make him
feel his wife would be the loser if she leaves him. However,
humility will make the man ensure that he praises his wife and
adores her when necessary.
What pet names do you have for each
Woli Agba: She calls me honey. Olaife: He calls me my wife,
iyawo Ayo (Ayo’s wife) and honey’s wife.
What is unique about your marriage?
Woli Agba: I don’t think there is anything new again. But all
the things that make a good marriage reflect in our home.
We are the final audience of ourselves. Anything we have
discussed is settled in our minds. We don’t need to talk to
any other person after we have discussed.
Can you recall the most memorable
time of your marriage?
Woli Agba: Everyday is memorable for me. But one that
stands out was the day I organised a surprise birthday
celebration for my wife. I had to hide her family and friends
at her workplace unknown to her before she got to the office.
Olaife: The most memorable time was my birthday surprise.
On that day, I got a call from my boss that I should quickly
report to the office; not knowing it was the handwork of my
husband. He even dropped me off at the office, not knowing
that he had planted my family and friends at one of the
offices already decorated to surprise me. Does your husband
partake in household chores?
Olaife: Though he is usually busy, but he does some chores
Does he cook?
Woli Agba: Yes, I cook.
Olaife: Yes, he can cook water.

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