Popular comedian, Emeka Erem, a.k.a Ajebo who declared during an interview back in 2013 that he won’t get married till he makes 100M Naira has tied the knots with his long time girlfriend, Uche on Saturday.
The white wedding held a week after the couple, Erem Emeka aka comedian Ajebo, and Uchechi Kalu had their traditional wedding (HERE).
Comedian Ajebo popped the question during their vacation in Dubai for Uchechi’s birthday last year. Few months later, the couple shared pre-wedding photos – CLICK HERE
You will recall that he didn’t stop crying as he recited his marital vows to his bride (HERE).
We now bring you first photos from the white wedding ceremony.
Nollywood actor, Doris Simeon received the best birthday gift from her ex husband, Daniel Ademinokan on Monday after she was given the chance to celebrate her birthday with son, David for the first time in many years...in the US.
You will recall that a few months back, Movie producer, Daniel Ademinokan finally gave his ex wife and actress, Doris Simeon the chance to meet her son, David after years of being separated from him...an action that earned him accolades on social media.
Well, he has given David...
A few days ago actress Kate Henshaw turned 47 and had a birthday party to celebrate (HERE).
The party was attended by some of her Nollywood friends to include Funke Akindele and her husband JJC.
Appreciating the guest, Kate had this to say.
Good morning my lovelies...
Every second, every minute, every hour, every day in our lives count...
Make the most of it... HUGE THANKS TO ALL WHO SENT BIRTHDAY WISHES TILL TODAY EVEN.. GOD BLESS YOU ALL I PRAY ????
Live your life!
Surround yourself with those who fan your flames, who ignite the fire in you, who take you as you are..
Seasons come and go.. Relationships are like seasons...
Thanks Blaaaaaaad @funkekut for always being in my corner and celebrating me without being intimidated....
Its important that friends desire your...
Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), an NGO says 90 per cent of vehicles imported into Africa are old and are dangerous to public health.
Ms Priyanka Chandola, the Programme Manager, Clean Air and Sustainable Mobility Programme of CSE disclosed this after a study on used vehicles made available in a statement in Abuja on Tuesday.
She said there was urgent need for global intervention to stop the unregulated dumping of used vehicles in Africa to reduce health and climate risks.
She said that the action plan was to enforce stringent measures to stop end-of-life, unsafe, damaged and recalled vehicles from entering the market.
“About 85 per cent of the vehicles in Ethiopia, 80 per cent in Kenya and 90 per cent in Nigeria are second-hand, while the vehicle ownership rate in Africa is lower than the world average, the growth rate has increased.
“The global community which has, time...