Divorced Nollywood actress, Uche Ogbodo who is a mother of one, seems to be expecting her second child after unveiling her baby bump in new photos
The beautiful Nollywood actress who recently changed her looks took to her Instagram page to flaunt her baby bump after boarding a private jet .
This comes a week after she denied and attacked popular blogger, SDK for breaking the news
Sharing the photos, she captioned it;
“Flying private with my bunny in the oven, nah! You can’t seat with us, 3 is a crowd.”
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Nollywood actress and model, Oyebade Adebimpe, popularly known as Adebimpe Omooba or Moh Bimpe has opened up on how she was almost being forced to bleach her skin to fit into Nollywood.
"When I came into the industry a lot of people had an issue with being dark-skinned, but I got into the industry and I asked: Why can’t I be dark? You don’t have to bleach your skin before you can get to the top.
So, I was just being me and a lot of people advised me to bleach my skin. I said no. Even when I was a full-time model, I was always picked because of my dark skin. So, I have gotten a lot of opportunities because I am black. So, I said to myself, if a fair complexioned person can...
Popular Nigerian gay rights activist, Bisi Alimi has taken to social media to air his opinion on the ongoing conversation about cutting off family members.
This conversation which has been ongoing on the internet following the interview of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle leaving their family due to the damaging the effect it was to mental health.
Some have opined that family is everything and you mustn't cut them off. However, others have said family can sometimes be toxic and it's OK to cut them off.
Bisi Alimi joins with the latter and he took to Instagram to make this known.
"I know many will find this hard, but cutting off your family for your...
Despite the hike in premium motor spirit, P.M.S, popular known as petrol, by the Petroleum Products Regulatory Agency, PPPRA, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has confirmed that there is there won't be increment in the ex-depot price of the petroleum product this month.
NNPC made this known in its verified Twitter handle, @NNPCgroup, today, Friday.
The tweet reads, “#NNPC Insists No Increase in Ex-Depot Price of PMS in March.'' This is coming just hours after the Petroleum Products Regulatory Agency, PPPRA, released a template this month stating that the new price of P.M.S has reached an all high of N212.6 per litre.
See the tweet below;