Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham has prayed for Anita Joseph following the good news of Uche Ogbodo’s child birth.
This comes after Anita took to Instagram to congratulate and celebrate her friend, Uche on the birth of her newborn baby.
According to Anita, when she heard the baby would be delivered on the 8th of June, her heart skipped.
In her words;
“Congratulations to us to the strongest chick I know @ucheogbodo and @bobbymaris Our Bunny is here” 8th of June you see why I said will always be special “ When I found out Bunny was gona come 8th of June my heart skipped for Joy yeee … Even the injection follow Dey pain me”
Taking to Anita’s comment section to react to this, Toyin Abraham and some of her fans decided to pray for the actress instead.
@toyin_abraham wrote “You are next my darling @anitajoseph8”
@mabelsaturday wrote “@toyin_abraham amennnnnnnnnnnnnnn can’t wait for ma to have her own she is such a beautiful soul”
@dobis_fahsion wrote ” Don’t worry darlin.. I am waiting for your time, ill spoil you sillly, you’ve got a beautiful heart… congrats to Uche! Its God all the way
@ijkings26 wrote You are so sweet and you are always happy for others… God will bless you with bundles of joy.
@cakes_by_cruisingniks wrote “For all d love you showered on your babe, Uche … God is never far from you… your are next in line”
KFN recalls that Anita recently revealed why she is not pregnant yet.
She said: “I am always in high spirits but I have also had to fight some private battles. I don’t even know how to put some of the things I have experienced in words. It is funny that people come to my social media page to ask me why I am not pregnant. People have said many unprintable things and I find them very naughty and silly. People that make those kinds of comments are just low lives. Some would even ask if my husband does not have sperm. However, I handle it well by ignoring them. I believe that if one is well mannered and has proper upbringing, there are some statements one would not make on social media. Words are very sensitive, so I have built an armour around myself. I have always said that marriage is beautiful and I am a testimony to that.”
Nkechi Blessing, Anita Joseph and other Nigerian celebrities have reacted to the good news of Uche Ogbodo's newborn baby.
KFN earlier reported that the excited mother took to Instagram to announce the birth of her baby.
"My Bunny is finally here … I am So excited . It’s been an excellently fulfilling Journey, Mother & Child are Perfectly Fine . Thank you all for your good Wishes & Prayers"
Storming Uche's comment section to fecilitate with her,
@nkechiblessingsunday wrote "Oh God be praised… Congratulations Sugar"
@iambimbothomas wrote "Wow congratulations Barbie"
@halimabubakar wrote "Congrats baby Wao thank God.Gods blessings sweetie"
Actress, Anita Joseph's husband, MC Fish has revealed that his wife has been using 'JUJU' for him.
This comes after MC fish shared a video where he was carrying his wife’s handbag and asked anyone who didn’t like the video to look away.
According to MC fish, the Juju she did for him is still working hence the reason he is still crazy about her.
Taking to Instagram to say this, MC Fish wrote;
“Designer lomo. @anitajoseph8 how far be like say this juju wey use for me still Dey work oh.
Securing the wife’s bag both physically and financially has always been my job tho… P.S: if u no like this video just look away or EGBE ELUIGWE GBUE GI there"
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has called on the United States of America, United Kingdom, Canada, and other members of the international communities to impose visa ban on President Muhammadu Buhari and some members of his cabinet, who have been involved in the recent suspension of Twitter in the country.
In a statement issued by its spokesman, Kola Ologbondiyan, premised this demand on what it called “the violation of United Nations International Charter on Human Rights by President Muhammadu Buhari by banning the use of Twitter in Nigeria.”
The PDP insisted that the ban on Twitter “is a clear violation of Article 19 of the UN Charter as well as section 39 of the 1999 Constitution (as amended), which guaranteed freedom of expression to all Nigerians.”