Nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe was missed at the just concluded Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards (AMVCA) mainly because fans expected she would have shown up in a killer outfit.
While other top Yoruba actresses like Toyin Abraham, Iyabo Ojo and Faithia Williams attended in exquisite gowns, a lot of Aigbe’s fans waited all night in hope that she would show up.
The actress has now addressed fans who were disappointed by her absence explaining that she was stuck in location.
Aigbe wrote on Instagram, “Awww I am not even gonna pretend that I didn’t see all the Comments, all the tags, all the plenty DMs, I feel so loved 😭😁😁😁 I was stuck on set, filming the Series ‘Palaver’ directed by @desmondelliot…. pain me sha! But the show had to go on!!!!!!!….. Super proud of all the DIVAS that graced the red carpet, they all looked magnificent…. Congrats once again to all the winners and all the Nominess……Next year is almost here! And by God’s Grace we all will live to witness it!!!!…Thank you all for the love ❤️ ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ I love each and everyone of you 💋💋💋💋💋 #amvca2018“
Recall that in 2016, Aigbe attended the award show in an outfit that got everyone talking for months.
St. Paul Catholic Church located in Adagbrasa, Okpe local government area of Ugolo, Delta state, collapsed during morning mass on Sunday.
Repor have it that the collapse left an 11-year-old boy dead with many other worshipers injured.
Delta police spokesperson, Aniamaka Andrew confirmed the incident when he said, “We are aware of the collapse of the Catholic church in Ogbe local government of the state. An 11-year-old boy named Jerry died as a result of the accident. Four persons have been hospitalised. The police is doing all we can to help the victims.”
In a statement released on behalf of Delta governor Ifeanyi Okowa, chief press secretary to Delta state government, Charles Aniagwu also confirmed the incident.
The statement read: “On behalf of the Government and people of Delta State, I commiserate with the family of the deceased and those injured, the Speaker of the Delta State House of Assembly,...