Nollywood actress Uche Jumbo has revealed her family became wealthy by importing stockfish from Norway to Abia State.
This follows the several reactions and criticisms following the lavish funeral of Obi Cubana over the weekend, where his friends rained bundles of money.
In a post shared on the microblogging platform, Uche Jumbo averred that not every Igbo millionaire or billionaire is their source wealth questionable or generates suspicion.
Using her family as a case study, the actress said his family was made by importing stockfish to Aba in Abia State.
Uche Jumbo, who expressed displeasure over some of the tweets on her timeline, said generational hard-working men and regular hard-working men are among the Igbos. Hence people should not question their source of wealth of flamboyant lifestyle
She wrote: Selling stockfish imported from Norway made my family in Aba, Abia State. Not every Igbo millionaire or billionaire money has K-leg….
Some people are generational hard-working men, regular hard-working men, I’m not understanding what I’m reading on this TL based on….
Actress, Debbie Shokoya opens up on her struggles since she joined the movie industry in the year 2012
Ahead of her birthday, fast-rising Nollywood actress, Debbie Shokoya has opened up on her struggles and challenges since she joined the movie industry in the year 2021.
According to Debbie, she almost gave up on her dreams because of how difficult things were for her but she had to be strong because she was determined.
Speaking further, the actress said that she would be celebrating her strength, her endurance, resilience, uniqueness on her birthday.
In her words;
"I Joined The Movie Industry 2012… A Lot Of Times It Was Difficult, I Almost Gave Up!! But As The Strong And Determined Lady That I Am, I Was Not Ready To Stop Half Way.. I Am Still Writing My Story, But I Am Glad That...