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Ibinabo Fiberesima’s son appreciates her for being a good ‘dad and mom’ to him and his siblings

On Friday, actress, mother of five and former Actors Guild President,Ibinabo Fiberesima turned a year older and she released some new photos to celebrate it.

Her first child, Sean Coughlan, has just penned down this heartfelt message to her.

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”flew in to celebrate my mums special day with her.
Love this woman more than words can explain how much I adore this woman, bruvvvvv, she’s the absolute rock Ive fell back on countless times.
I haven’t had a father my whole life, but I haven’t felt that ‘hole in my life’, never felt bad at the ‘where’s your dad’ bants. She’s been everything. I respect her more than anything.
She’s been through so much she didn’t deserve, and come through it shining, she makes failure easier to deal with and successes so much sweeter. You know when you’re living your life for yourself but making her proud is just as big a goal. Keep shining ayy, 2018 is money, love and success way.
Love this woman.
Love you mum.
Happy Birthday [email protected]”.

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Bez Idakula’s wife, Ese Walter-Ark reveal their experiences with postpartum depression

Last week, blogger Emech Achanga opened up on the post partum depression she battled after child birth...now two of other public figures have spoken on it.

Bolatito Ladoja-Idakula who is the wife of singer Bez Idakula, has revealed how she struggled with postpartum depression after the birth of their son, Joshua.

Bolatito and Bez Idakula got married in 2014, lost a baby girl who died 24 hours after she was born on March 2nd 2015.

Bolatito says even after losing their daughter and giving birth to Joshua a year later, she wasn't as happy as she expected to be.

She shared her own experience while reacting to writer, Ese Walter-Ark's post on postpartum depression.

Here is what Bolatito wrote on Instagram below...


My 9 year old son inspired me | FCMB’s Otunba Subomi Balogun recounts the bank’s 39 year old story

Every January, Otunba Subomi Balogun, the founder of FCMB Group holds a New Year thanksgiving service at his sprawling Ijebu-Ode country home. Otunba Balogun who is also the Oloori Omooba Akile Ijebuland and the Asiwaju Onigbagbo of Ijebu had this year Thanksgiving a few days back, to thank God for all he has done for him and to also ask for new years blessings. This year he hosted friends, family, and business associates to usher in the year.

After the Thanksgiving, he granted City People’s Bunmi Mustapha an interview about how his 9-year-old son, Ladi inspired him to set up FCMB and the men whom God used in helping him actualise his dreams.

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In 3 months time, you will be 84 years, going by the kind of work you do, can you tell us the secret that has kept you sound, both in mind and physically?

That is...


After suffering 2 miscarriages in 18 months, Nigerian lady welcomes a baby girl

A U.S based Nigerian lady, Christiana, who suffered 2 miscarriages in 18 months just became a mum for the first time after the mishap.

According to Christiana, she was confused because she couldn’t bear having miscarriages anymore, when the doctor told her she was pregnant again. Here’s what she wrote;

“How do I describe the joy within me,this pics says it all for me..a year n a half year of two miscarriage..no explanation based on my age n test done on me.

When doctor told me was pregnant of my baby I became confuse cos I can’t bear losing another baby making it three in two years but one thing kept me going,my GOD...

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