Media personality and TV host Tomike Adeoye and her husband, Tosin, are expecting their first child together.
The couple, via their Youtube Channel, announced the amazing news to their friends and fans as they marked their 2nd wedding anniversary today, April 10th.
Kemi Filani recalls that In Tomike Adeoye tied the knot with her heartthrob Tosin Adeoye at the beautiful wedding ceremony with her favourite music artist Ric Hassani in April 2019
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Nollywood actress Angela Eguavoen has taken to social media to assert that many women are struggling to be happy in their marriage.
This comes after a conversation between the actress and a friend who said he could go a whole year without sleeping with his wife.
Expressing shock over the statement, Angela Eguavoen said the truth is that many women are in slavery and bondage in the name of marriage.
In the post shared on her Instagram story, the actress wrote: So I and a married friend (man) had a conversation recently and he said something about how he can go a whole year or more without sleeping with his wife.
And I asked, did you get her a dildo or some toys?...
Nollywood actress Uche Ogbodo has taken to social media to flaunt her baby bump as she steps out for the weekend outing.
In a post shared on her Instagram page, the actress is seen rocking a lovely green jumpsuit as she vows to paint the town.
Uche Ogbodo wrote: With my Bunny 😝 we painting the town.
Reacting to the photos, some fans and her colleagues such as Rosy Meurer, Nkechi Blessing, and many others stormed the comment section gushing over the actress with beautiful emojis.
nkechiblessingsunday wrote: I love how you rock it😍😍😍
rosymeurer wrote: Preggy Glow🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
realsusanpeters wrote: Sexy Bunny 🐰🐰🐰
Reactions as Chimamanda Adichie tells Nigerian feminists to stop being nasty and wicked under the guise of feminism
Orange Prize-winning author of Half of a Yellow Sun and Americanah, Chimamanda Adichie, has told Nigerian feminists not to use feminism to justify their wickedness.
In her own words,
''I love listening to young Nigerian feminist, and I say to them, Please, do not use feminism to justify your wickedness. Right? Sometimes, some of these women I talk to them, and they sound really mean, and I say, you know what? You sound mean, and this is not feminism. You're are just really nasty. ''
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The video has, however, thrown Nigerian feminists on social media into a frenzy, stirring reactions. Below are some...