culled from E247 magazine!
Pawpaw, as he is popularly known, is finally set to get married, or do we say, someone has finally agreed to marry him? Osita Iheme, the screen twin brother of Chinedu Ikedieze, also known as Aki, has been looking for a wife since Aki got married some years back.
Reliable sources hinted that wedding plans are on the way and it would happen soon. Speaking to Osita
on this, he says the sweetheart he is getting married to is a Ghanaian,
and they are opting for a secret wedding. Well, secret or open, we
still congratulate him in advance and wish him a happy married life.
Thirty-six year old Yoruba actor, Odunlade Adekola, has allegedly
completed a multi-million naira hotel in Abeokuta, Ogun State.
versatile actor began the construction of the project - allegedly within
the range of N40 million - around Adibe axis at Abeokuta in Ogun State
about a year ago, Encomium reports.
Insiders claim that funds for
the hotel was from some of the endorsement deals he garnered while he
was an Ambassador of Globalcom and currently with Ogun State government.
The hotel will be officially opened in two weeks, the magazine further reports.
When contacted, Odunlade refused to confirm or deny the report.
Adekola has featured in almost 100 Yoruba movies.
He is married to Ruth and the union is blessed with three kids.
See the 'alleged photos' of the hotel below:
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