- A video shows Olu Jacobs’ wife, Joke Silva patiently leading him to take a seat at his 80th birthday party.
- Joke Silva once revealed that her husband is battling Dementia with Lewy Body (DLB).
A video of the veteran Nollywood actress, Joke Silva gradually leading her ailing husband, Olu Jacobs to take a seat at his 80th birthday party has stirred emotional comments from netizens.
The actress who once revealed that her husband is battling a rare health condition known as Dementia with Lewy Body (DLB), was seen patiently guiding Olu Jacobs to his table.
Jacobs who obviously struggled to comprehend what was going on sadly appeared lost but received repeated guidance from his wife, Joke Silva who directed him with a smiling face.
Watch the video below:
The clip however sparked a lot of reactions from netizens who commended Joke Silva for standing by her husband at this critical moment of his.
One @doyouknowchioma wrote: “ndi “My wife is not my family” hope you’re seeing this.”
haleerma_ wrote: “Marry a good wife…treat her well and she would stick with you in your trying times….”
queenololade wrote: “Treat your wife very well in your youth, because you will need them more at your old age. You will not see any side chick, then♀️♀️♀️.”
mattetouch wrote: “Men should better learn from our old legend, take good care of your wife love and respect her and in return she will take care of you and love you till death do you part .❤️❤️❤️”
skinic.ng wrote: “She reminds me of my mum, woman legit took care of my old man in his dying days. Her efforts is paying off now and it will continue to pay off.”
asha_fred wrote: “Mennnnn sheee you Dey see am ? No be to marry slay queen ohh . Marry a good woman, treat her right and I bet you she will go through think and thin waters with you.”
ivychuks123 wrote: “When a good husband and father has sacrificed for his family when he could, this is the reward of having a good wife who will stand by you when you can’t help yourself again. This is only done for “good husbands “ not deadbeat husbands. You don’t expect to be reap where you didn’t sow.”