Nollywood actress, Genevieve Nnaji has recently been sharing photos of herself and her family on her social media handle. She recently shared a cute photo of herself and her dad on her Instagram page.
Of course, the actress looks so much like her dad!
- Genevieve Nnaji was born in Mbaise, Imo state but grew up in Lagos.
- She is the fourth of eight children
- She attended Methodist Girls’ college, Yaba
- Genevieve Nnaji started acting as a child actress at age 8
- She is considered to be the best paid Nollywood actress
- Genevieve Nnaji was the first actress to be awarded as Best Actress by the Census Board of Nigeria in 2003
- Her clothing line “St. Genevieve”, donates its proceeds to charity
- She has a Bachelor’s degree in Creative arts from the University of Lagos
- She has a daughter.
- In 2004 Nnaji signed a recording contract with EKB Records, a Ghanaian record label, and released her debut album One Logologo Line
- She produced her first movir “Road to Yesterday” in November, 2015
- In 2009, she was referred to as the Julia Roberts of Africa by Oprah Winfrey
- In 2011, She was honoured as a Member of the Order of the Federal Republic by the Nigerian government for her contribution to Nollywood
Two young sisters aged 7 and 11 years old were hit and killed by stray bullet during an armed robbery operation last December. They will reportedly be laid to rest tomorrow.
According to a relative, Vivian, 11 and 7-year-old Venus Alor had gone to their hometown to spend Christmas holiday with their grandmother when the tragedy occurred.
They will be buried in their hometown, Amatutu Village, Aniocha Local Government Area of Anambra State on Friday, March 23. May their souls rest in peace.
"Innocent Vivian and Venus fell by the robbers' bullets in Onitsha in Anambra State last December immediately after Xmas home coming from Lagos to celebrate the season with grandma. The mum is my 'nwadiana'. May your tender souls find a good repose in the bosom of the Most High as you go down the grave tomorrow. copied,God this too much to bear. may God comfort your family...
Child X, the pupil allegedly defiled by Adegboyega Adenekan, a 47-year-old Chrisland School supervisor, on Thursday testified at an Ikeja Sexual Offences and Domestic Violence Court in Lagos and confirmed that she was abused.
Child X, who is now four-years-old, was two years and 11-months at the time the alleged defilement occurred serially in 2016 at the Victoria Garden City (VGC) branch of the school.
The trial which was slated to begin at 2pm, due to other matters, did not start until 3.26pm. It ended at 5.53pm.
Before Child X’s testimony, Justice Sybil Nwaka, had ordered that members of the public vacate the public gallery of the courtroom. However, she allowed journalists and lawyers to witness the testimony.
When Child X was brought into the courtroom, the judge rose from her bench to sit by a desk opposite Child X.
Justice Nwaka engaging Child X in small talk said: “I love your shoes,...
Dr. Christopher Abebe, who is the former boss of the United African Company (UAC) and father of Stella Obasanjo, former President Olusegun Obasanjo’s wife, is reportedly dead.
In a statement released by his son, Dr. John Abebe, who is also the President of St. Gregory’s College Old Boys’ Association, it was confirmed that Dr. Christopher Abebe died on Thursday afternoon at the age of 99, in Iruekpen, Edo State, after a brief illness.
The statement read;
“In his lifetime, he joined the United African Company Nigeria Limited as a young clerk and rose through the ranks to become the first Nigerian Chairman/Managing Director of the company. He was also the first Nigerian Personnel Director of UAC in 1959.
“He was at various times the pro-chancellor and chairman of council of three Nigerian universities: the University of Benin, the University of Nsukka and the University of Calabar.
“On his retirement from the UAC, he became the first...