There’s the popular belief that the mother-daughter relationship is one of the strongest and complex bond in the world, as Nollywood actress and her daughters are setting the bar high in their latest fashion outfit.
US-based Nollywood actress, Georgina Onuoha and her beautiful daughters have been pictured twinning in Agbada outfit as they celebrate the festive season in America.
The veteran actress recently shared a photo of herself and her daughters giving us serious family goals as they set out for church in vibrant matching Agbadas.
Sharing the photos on her Instagram page, she wrote: “We heard the King of the Jews is born , we saw his star shining and have come to do him homage. Happy Epiphany Sunday GI Fam.”
A Facebook user, Chidimma Obodoechina Amedu has wedded just 7 days after announcing on Facebook that he is in search of a wife.
On 30th December, Mr. Amedu shared a post stating that he is searching for a woman who he would marry on the 6th of January. Incredibly, he has found a lady and now they are married. He shared photos from their wedding on his page. See that below…
The son of Billionaire Businessman, Mike Adenuga, Paddy has said he has been engaged twice, in 2010 and 2012, but he didn’t get married to either ladies, and as thus he’s still single.
Paddy who currently resides in the US, disclosed this on twitter early this morning. Paddy had in June 2017 stated that he will not be having kids or getting married in the next 10 years as he is currently married to his job.
He wrote on twitter; “I have been engaged twice (2010, 2012) but didn’t get married on either occasion.. painful both times but a lot of lessons learned.
He continued; “I can’t force God’s time and God’s will.. in the meantime I am just taking it one day at a time”
"On Yusuf Buhari" is a trending news by one Hamisu Hadejia, who had a first-hand experience with Buhari's incapacitated son.
I met Yusuf Buhari in Guildford, home to the prestigious University of Surrey, United Kingdom. I had gone to the school for my master’s degree in Economics.
I was directed to the hall where Muslim students in the university observed the Friday prayers. Apart from the need to locate a place of prayers as a Muslim, I also needed to make friends who would guide me as I struggled to acclimatise. That Friday, I made a very good and important friend indeed.
As worshipers exchanged greetings after the prayers I ran into a lanky, chocolate-complexioned, soft-spoken and very shy dude standing by the exit door. We exchanged pleasantries. He introduced himself as Yusuf and asked if I had shopped for winter wears and other stuff. I told...