Caroline Danjuma Biography
Caroline Danjuma, previously known as Caroline Ekanem, is a Nigerian actress. She was born on 26 June 1980 to a Scottish father and a Nigerian mother. She is the first of 3 children.
She studied Environmental Protection Management, Geography and Regional Planning at University of Calabar.
She made her screen debut in 2004, starring in Chico Ejiro’s popular films. Chico Ejiro through Rita Dominic introduced Danjuma to the Nigerian film industry in the 2004 film, Deadly Care. She starred in other successful movies including Deadly Kiss (2004), Missing Angel (2004), The Captor (2006), Foreign Affairs, Real Love, The Twist, A Second Time and The Beast and The Angel. Her latest film is Stalker, starring Jim Iyke and Nse Ikpe Etim. After an hiatus from the film industry, she had a comeback in 2016 to produce and star in the romantic thriller, Stalker.
Caroline Danjuma Husband – Caroline Danjuma Children
She was married to Musa Danjuma, the younger brother of Theophilus Danjuma in 2007. The union produced 3 kids (2 sons and a daughter) but they were separated in 2016.
Caroline Danjuma Marriage
Caroline had this to say via her instagram page about her marriage. “Now I am going to address this one time and that is it…. I got married to a man who was legally divorced for 4 years (fact). I didn’t know who is family was as I wasn’t that sort of girl that read the news paper. Age was nothing but a number to me and yes I truly was in luv ( it was my choice) . Ever since I got married it has been one story or the other and I have been extremely quiet and tolerant irrespective of the negative reputation it brought to my name ( the price I had to pay). I never expected a perfect man and I for one knew that all men cheat ( in the real world) but there are limits to everything . I took a lot because I believe when you truly luv someone you should luv their flaws first before their beautiful side.
“I truly luv my husband , he added so much value to my life . Nothing in life comes easy sometimes we go through fire and storms to mould us into what God has truly destined us to be. One would think I lost a lot but no I gained more, marriage they say is the best institution of life and certainly I could rate mine as Harvard of marriage.. Every single storm I went through only made me see a strength in me I never new I had. It thought me to forgive before being hurt, to luv unconditionally, to accept one’s flaws knowing I ain’t perfect either , to be patient, hardworking , prudent and extremely prayerful … It certainly made me see the beautiful side of me and made me work on my bad sides. Marriage is not about changing the other it’s about finding urself and working on your own flaws. Only once have I confronted a mistress and this is because she sent people to treathen me and kept calling my phone late at night telling me to stay away from my own husband.
“Well I have fought a good fight to sustain my home and I know I gave it my best shot .. Even though it is not in my nature to give up but sometimes you just have to let go and pray for the best. Everyone in life is fighting a demon some are lucky enough to have the grace to resist it. This is my family and I will never condemn him .. While you throw stones at him and call him names mk sure you have no skeletons in ur cupboard. No one has the right to judge.”