Handsome Ghanaian actor, John Dumelo is now officially married to his beautiful bride Mawunya.
The wedding which took place today, May 12, 2018 in Ghana paraded movie stars such as Ramsey Nouah, Nadia Buari, Yvonne Nelson, Jackie Appiah and many others.
The customary wedding witnessed the couple adorning their Kente outfit and many of their guests turned up in white.
The remains of late Mr. Symphorosa Otike-Odibi were interred on Thursday amidst tears in Lagos.
The deceased, who was a lawyer, was murdered by his wife, Udeme on May 5, 2018.
She allegedly used a knife she had just bought to rip her husband’s stomach open, sliced off his penis and placed it in his right hand inside their home at Diamond Estate, Ogombo, at Sango-Tedo area of Ajah, in Lagos.
At the court on Wednesday, the chief magistrate declined Udeme’s request to stop the planned burial of her murdered husband, Symphorosa Otike-Odibi.
The court ruled that such action would be a rude interruption of the right of the dead.
Udeme had made the request through her lawyer on the ground that the result of the autopsy carried out on the deceased was not made available to them.
Media personality turned politician, Dayo Adeneye aka D1, shared his grace-to-grace tale at Success Stories Africa, in Lagos this past weekend.
At the gathering no question was out of bounds for the Ogun State Commissioner for Information and Strategy.
He opened up about his rise from practically nothing to becoming a household name in Nigeria’s showbiz terrain and now politics.
Adeneye, 58, has contributed in no small measure to changing the face of Nigeria’s thriving music industry.
In 1998, he started the AIT Jamz music show alongside his close friend Kenny Ogungbe, and their platform went on to discover music superstars including 2Baba, Tony Tetuila, Paul Play Dairo, Eedris Abdulkareem and many others.
In 2015, he ventured into politics and he is the currently the spokesman for Ogun State government.
Here are excerpts from Mr. Adeneye’s session at the event as captured by PREMIUM...
Going through labour, knowing my baby was dead, broke me – Toolz finally talks about her miscarriage
Media personality ,Toolz opened up on the most heartbreaking part of losing her baby.
In an interview with Genevieve Magazine, Toolz talked about the heartbreaking experience for the first time since it happened in 2017. .
“From the point we found out something was wrong till when the process was over was quite harrowing, but the parts that really broke me were going through the pain of labour knowing my baby was already gone,” the 35-year-old said.
“I also had a mini-break down when I had to get a death certificate so we could have a burial. I don’t think I’ve ever cried so much in my life.”
Toolz said she was bedridden in the hospital for a while. Explaining that she was,
“shaken, broken, rebuilt,” Toolz said it “ultimately it strengthened my relationship with God.”
“It made me realise how delicate life is, and as...