Back on feet after a surgery that saw uterine fibroid removed
from her uterus, delectable actress, Halima Abubakar, who had the
operation in India and recuperating there currently, has shared pictures
of how she was ‘rescued’ from death.
Thanking her fans and followers on social media, she warned her
Nollywood friends who didn’t care to check up to stop ‘liking’ her
“When being strong is the only option you have#This is what fibroids
fibrosis looks like?swipe #God is the greatest #will share more when am
back#peaceandlove??Thank you all for your support and prayers.And few
of my Nollywood family who constantly check up on me??the rest are
not important and don’t like my pics pls.” (sic)
Let us share this interesting story about three women who chose to get married to one man, somewhere in South Africa.
According to reports, the man identified as Doctor Mokoena, married three women who now behave like sisters from Tsakane, Ekurhuleni, in South Africa.
The three women identified as Nene Ngwenya, Nnana Mokoena, and Makhosi Ntuli, all live in the same house with their six children and their husband. The women are said to cook, eat together and even sleep on the same bed.
Speaking to Daily Sun, the first wife, Nene Ngwenya, said their neighbours initially couldn't understand why they chose to marry the same man. She said: “but because we remain united and happy, they don’t have a problem with it any more.We are like sisters and we help each other...
Check out this heartwarming post written about the Ooni of Ife, His Imperial
Majesty Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, by his loving wife, Olori Wuraola.
though it's been over a year since the pair got married, they seem to be
keeping their love alive.
The royal couple who enjoy travelling the
world together, whether for business or pleasure, always look so in love
whenever they are pictured together.
Olori Wuraola recently decided to
shower her husband with love and praises.
Olori Wuraola showers her
husband Ooni of Ife with sweet words Olori Wuraola and her husband look
so good together.
She took to her Instagram page to share the post below:
"My husband, my soulmate, my mentor, my king, the people's King; A King
like no other. The Custodian of culture, the keeper of Yorubas across
A Congolese woman, Mrs Glory Fahuji, and her son, Junior, have become homeless after her husband, Ray Fahuji, married another woman.
PM Express reports that Mr Fahuji who is a Nigerian, secretly sold their Lagos family house, married another woman and moved to Benin, Edo state.
The house which is located at 16 Adebayo street, Boniface Ashipa in Ayobo in Lagos suburb, was sold for N6m.
The couple who have a 24-year-old son had built the house together about 24 years ago. Glory was said to have made substantial contributions for the purchase of the land and building where they lived peacefully until recently when her husband started behaving strangely.
Ray met Glory 24 years ago in Congo republic where they married...