Speaker Oulanyah’s Ex-wife Marries Mzungu Lover

Speaker Oulanyah’s Ex-wife Marries Mzungu Lover

By Ivan Mwine

Lady Winnie Amoo Okot, the former wife of Rt. Hon. Jacob Oulanyah, the Speaker of 11th Parliament, is now officially married to her American lover identified as Derek Allison.

Our Moles intimate that Lady Winnie, who separated with Oulanyah in 2016 after their marriage hit rocks, is now officially Mrs. Allison, after the couple tied the knot over the weekend in America, where she is based.

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Lady Winnie Amoo Okot with new hubby Derek Allison

Lady Winnie and Allison held a private wedding that was attended by a few of their close friends in a bid to observe the COVID-19 regulations and they are currently enjoying their honeymoon according to pals.

Shortly after their magnificent wedding, Lady Winnie, whom pals say has since  been ballooned by Allison, shared some of their snapshots on social media  which she accompanied with the caption; “Mrs and and Mrs Allison. My perfect world, the man of my dreams, the family I dreamed of. Our new life stars here.”

Speaker Jacob Oulanyah with ex-wife Lady Winnie Amoo Okot on their wedding day

Allison is the dude Lady Winnie hooked up with after her bitter divorce with Oulanyah.

The couple got engaged last year after which they officially moved in as man  and wife.

Shortly after their engagement, Allison took over the duties  of catering for Lady Winnie’s two daughters who she begot during her marriage with Oulanyah and to date they rely a lot on him for fatherly support.

Oulanyah dragged Lady Winnie to the High Court Family Division in 2016 seeking an annulment of their marriage, arguing that she had estranged herself from their marital home for years, thereby subjecting him to severe sexual starvation.

Gorgeous Lady Winnie on her wedding day

They were granted divorce after both Oulanya and Lady Winnie agreed before Justice Alexandria Rugardya Nkonge that their three-year-old marriage was irredeemable.

Justice Nkonge declared, in his judgment read by the court’s deputy registrar Justine Atukwansa, that the couple’s marriage was over and both parties should take separate ways but the custody of their two children was placed under the mother.  

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