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Synopsis: After losing a member to domestic violence, a group of market women decide to take matters into their hands against their husbands in a bid to stir them into standing up for other victims. (Written by FilmHouse Cinemas)
Great message. Good acting. Good production. But barely funny. We didn’t enjoy this one at all. Not even half as much we did the first ‘Wives On Strike’. But, we have to admit that, in the entire hall, we stood out like the odd ones out, literally! We were the only ones not laughing. Everyone else seemed to have had a fantastically awesome time.
Pleasant giggles filled the hall almost through out the duration, plus several undeniably loud chuckles of hearty laughter to boot; leaving us in sheer amazement at the imbalance between how hard the crowd was laughing and just how soft and predictable the jokes were.
Soft and predictable they were, but yet they connected with the viewers like uppercuts to jaws. And when we were done, everyone of the six people we were privilege to speak with, seemed genuinely joyful and satisfied- They had sparkles in their eyes even. And only because the crowd genuinely enjoyed this, are we happy to recommend it.
Nevertheless however, we say again; we didn’t enjoy ‘Wives On Strike 2’. Four parts drama, one part comedy- They rehashed all the old jokes from the prequel, reluctantly plastered in a few new ones and doused it all in enough advert placements to boldly confirm that this was made especially for the sponsors first, and not necessarily for the fans.
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A Liberian beautiful lady based in the United States has called out one of Ghana’s top actor, John Dumelo, a deadbeat daddy while revealing he is the child’s father.
On a post she wrote on Facebook, she claimed thus:
I don’t care what your say y’all can go ahead and judge Me Your don’t know my story y’all don’t know what I go through every day but one thing Your cannot say about me that I am not a good mother because I am a great mother. I having my son was the best decision I ever made.
I swear they always want for someone to fucking prove a point to them ..if you don’t post your child father that mean your child doesn’t have a father SMH . I don’t talk about my child father and I don’t post him because Is personal and private to me! But Best...
Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh has revealed that she spent a whooping sum of Five Million Naira on her butt surgery.
The actress who recently made it public that she had some cosmetic surgeries done on her body due to insecurities revealed this a while ago in her Instagram story.
Tonto Dikeh who was having fun with her son Andre had said it for the benefits of the camera and all who cared to listen that she was risking her five million Naira butt on the plastic ride.
The mother of one had gone under the knife after nursing her son because she was ashamed of her body. The actress had used the services of a hospital in Lagos.
Now we know that Tonto Dikeh had thrown a huge amount into the surgery, but we can’t say it the Five million covered the boobs and butt surgery or just the butt!
Shade Tinubu-Ojo, first daughter of the National leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu has welcomed her first baby, a boy, through surrogacy.
PM News investigation revealed that the baby was born on 25 December, 2017 through surrogacy to the Tinubu-Ojo family, who have been expecting a baby several years after marriage.
Tinubu-Ojo was cited at the commissioning of the Johnson, Jakande, Tinubu, JJT Park three weeks ago not pregnant. In fact, she was the one who cut the tape for the commissioning of the project in the presence of Governor Akinwunmi Ambode.
Despite fact that the baby was born through surrogacy, there is joy in the Tinubu-Ojo’s family that at last the Iya-Oloja General is now a proud mother.
The naming ceremony of the baby has been fixed for Monday, January 1, 2018.