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Following the news about the alleged divorce of Anita Okoye from her husband, Paul Okoye (also known as Rudeboy), the former has demanded that the latter pay $15,000 as spousal support monthly.

The brief stated that the singer will be solely responsible for the general welfare of the three kids who came as a result of the union and are currently schooling in the United States of America.

It reads:

"Payment of a monthly maintenance sum of $15,000.00 (US Dollars) for the general welfare, education and health of the three children of the union who are presently in schools in the United States of America until they are of age.";


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