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Sharon Ooja, Iyabo Ojo, Toyin Abraham and other stars storm Tiwa Savage’s father funeral party in style

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Sharon Ooja, Iyabo Ojo, Toyin Abraham, other Nigerian celebrities and friends of Singer Tiwa Savage are repping their luxury lifestyles as they storm the glamorous funeral party of Tiwa’s father, Prince Olanrewaju Savage who died at the age of 81.

KemifilaniNews recalls that a service of song was organised according to the burial rites in church yesterday. The Savage family all took part in the program as they displayed some of the activities. Earlier today, Tiwa’s father’s body was finally laid to rest.

However, Tiwa had bragged about giving her father a befitting burial and sure owning up to it as some Nollywood stars are already painting Instagram ‘red’ with their breathtaking pictures in asoebi outfits.

Some of the celebrities prayed for her dad to grant him eternal rest.

Toyin Abraham wrote: Out here for my darling @tiwasavage eyin Baba aada o🙏🙏🙏

Sharon Ooja wrote: Off to celebrate with @tiwasavage as she laid her dad and guardian angel to rest today.. it’s a celebration of life❤️ he’s smiling down on you queen ❤️❤️ and we are here to celebarate the ascension with you…

Iyabo Ojo wrote: It’s all for my sweetheart @tiwasavage 💙

Kemi Olunloyo wrote: EVERYTHING “SAVAGE BLUE” that’s a new color💙💙💙💙💙💙

Tiwa savage funeral party
Tiwa savage funeral party
Tiwa savage funeral party
Tiwa savage funeral party

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‘Don’t be a full-time housewife’ Actress Esther Audu cries out, advises lazy married women

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Nollywood actress, Esther Audu Ojire has taken to social media to advise married women who sit at home lazying around and solely depend on their husbands for trivial things instead of working.

According to her, staying idle and being a full-time housewife causes depression as the mind would not channel its energy to something productive, but push its focus to things one should put mind off.

Sharing a post, she mentioned women should learn a craft, do business or pursue a career for future sakes. Adding there are many ways to make money through social media rather than waste time reading gossips online.

Esther urged Nigerian husbands to allow their wives to earn money through their sweat and hard work.


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