Bobby Maris, the baby daddy of Nollywood actress Uche Ogbodo, is excited about the arrival of her baby girl.
Kemifilani News had earlier reported that the actress who welcomed her baby on Tuesday 8th June took to her social media page to share the good news with her fans and colleagues.
Uche Ogbodo, while appreciating her fans and colleagues, said the arrival of her baby is an excellent fulfilling journey adding she and her child are perfectly fine.
Her baby daddy has now taken to his Instagram page to reveal he’s excited, and being a father is one of the greatest feelings he has ever had.
He wrote: What a feeling! being a father is one of the greatest feelings I’ve ever had. Welcome love, welcome my princess.
Bobby Maris has been a huge blessing in the life of Uche Ogbodo, as revealed by the actress during her baby shower a few weeks ago.
In a post shared on her Instagram page, the actress said she’s yet to be married but has received huge support and care from her baby daddy and will choose him a million times.
According to Uche, her first pregnancy was a terrible experience as she was abandoned, uncared for, alone, confuse and almost lost her sanity.
Chike has released the visuals for Roju, which is the biggest jam from the Boo of the Booless album.
In this video, he celebrates enduring love and diverse cultures with a wedding extravaganza.
The music video comes after the global success of Chiké‘s last single “Running (To You)” with Simi, which is currently the most viewed Nigerian music video of 2021 with over 13 million views on YouTube.
The visual spectacle for “Roju” is directed by Pink for Pinkline Films.
Masterkraft has dropped the video for Egbon.
He features indigenous rapper Phyno in this one.
This track is a follow up to his still basking song Hallelu.
Egbon is a slang on the street used for higher guys, to address an origin man as A Senior Man who is not on the same level with other men.
Enjoy the music video for “Egbon” by Masterkraft directed by Clarence Peters.
The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) have announced the suspension of its strike.
Abdullahi Yalwa, the union’s National Secretary, confirmed this in a statement on Wednesday.
Yalwa explained that ASUP decided to suspend the strike, because the government has started the gradual implementation of the items contained in the Memorandum of Action they signed.
“The suspension is for a period of three months to enable the government compile the execution of the items contained in the Memorandum of Action signed with the union since April 27, 2021,” the statement read.
The union, in the statement, noted that the Ministry of Education had re-constituted and inaugurated governing councils and visitation panels in Nigerian federal polytechnics.