To add spice to Williams Uchemba’s wedding which held today, November 21, socialist and club owner, Eze Nwalie Nwogu popularly known as Pretty Mike stormed the event centre with 6 heavily pregnant women.
It was such a dramatic entrance as the expectant mothers came out wearing same dress.
He shared the video on his page and captioned it: “LAGOS ZADDY LIVE #williamsgottheoscar PM and his 6 Baby Mothers to be 😻…. no film trick, we are just living our best life #ABetterTime #HappyHome #Familyiseverything #babybum.'”
Pretty Mike is well known for his awkward show off at events.
Nollywood actor, comedian and philanthropist, Williams Uchemba walked down the aisle with his lover of 4 years, Brunella Oscar at a exquisite ceremony in Lagos State.
Top Nigerian celebrities stepped out today, Saturday, November 21 to support one of their own, actor, comedian and philanthropist, Williams Uchemba as he walked down the aisle.
The actor got married to his heartthrob, Brunella Oscar in a grand wedding ceremony.
Oscar has been Williams lover for 4years and an MSc. degree physician associate. The love birds met on Facebook a few years ago and they love have blossomed to marriage.
Some of the celebrities who graced the wedding are Rita Dominic, Peter Okoye, Ufuoma McDermott, Juliet Ibrahim, Falz, Timi Dakolo and lots others.
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Popular Nigerian singer, 9ice has pleaded with his fans to help him beg his wife after a viral video of him and his side chic surfaced the internet.
In the video shared by gistlovers, 9ice who recently got married to Olasunkanmi Ajala, was caught on tape caressing another woman's breast inside a hotel room has begged for forgiveness, urging his fans to help plead with his wife.
Kemi filani news recalls that the singer was recently seen pecking another lady on the cheek and caressing her breasts in a hotel. Read here;
In the video, the singer admitted that he had something very shameful and terrible which has cost him his family. Pleading, he asked fans to beg his wife.
The Federal Government has agreed to pay the salaries of members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) using a different mode of payment other than the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS).
Sen. Chris Ngige, Minister of Labour and Employment, said this while addressing newsmen at the end of a closed door meeting with ASUU leadership on Friday in Abuja.
Ngige said that government would look into the issue of “No-work-no-pay” sanctioned by the government with a view to approve the payment of the withheld salaries.
“The meeting has agreed that the mode of payment applied for the payment of those that had not been captured in the IPPIS platform between the month of February and June 2020 be adopted for the purpose of payment during this transition period....