"My husband is allowed to act with Angelina Jolie" - says O.C Ukeje's wife

If Hugh Jackman's wife has a problem with him acting with Angelina Jolie, it's not the same case with the wife of Nollywood actor, O.C Ukeje!

OC Ukeje and Wife at AFRIFF 2015

O.C Ukeje has no problem acting with any actress - home and abroad - says his adorable wife, Ibukun Ukeje.

The couple seemed quite confident with each other while speaking with Pulse TV at the opening night of the 2015 Africa International Film Festival  (AFRIFF) in Lagos on November 8. They assured their fans that their work ethics stands firm so long as it's for the greater good.

"I have no actress I don't want my husband to act with," Ibukun tells us when asked if she'll reject her beau from acting alongside Angelina Jolie just like Hugh Jackman's wife did.

"I'll go for an Angelina because it means we're going to the place we want to be… that place called forward, we are almost there. So yes please… Angelina… We'll take her any day," she added as O.C grinned with pride.

When asked how she feels when fans and the media frequently describe her award-winning actor hubby as one of Nigeria's 'Sexiest Men', Ibukun confidently replied, "he kind of is, isn't he though?"

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