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Skit maker Kiekie shares transformation throwback photos


Famous Nigerian skit maker and actress Bukunmi Adeaga Ilori, otherwise known as Kiekie, has shared some transformation throwback photos of herself ahead of her birthday.

Kiekie captivated her fans with photos of herself taken on her birthdays from 2014 to 2022. The mother of one revealed that she is throwing back her old photos in celebration of her new age.

She wrote, “It’s my birthday tomorrow. Let’s have a throwback to All my birthday looks! Shall we? If you laugh, you’ll fall down.

Something has always been constant. Let me know when you see it”

Kiekie tearful as she celebrates her first Mother’s Day

Recall that Kiekie was tearful when she marked her first Mother’s Day in March. She took to Instagram and shared a video of herself and her daughter.

Kiekie expressed how blessed she is to have her daughter, and she is trusting God to continue to give him the wisdom to be a great muma for him.

“I get to experience my first Mother’s Day with you, Oluwashonaolami. This is definitely a Blessing I’ll forever be grateful for. I’m trusting God to continue to give me the wisdom to be a great mum for you. Mummy loves you so much she can’t even explain it. Happy Mother’s Day to all the amazing mums out there. Remember you’re a very good mum”.

Kiekie speaks on why she doesn’t flaunt her marriage

Kemi Filani recalls that during an interview, Kie Kie, who is a woman of many parts, spoke on her marriage and why she’s not flaunting that part of her on social media.

She said, “I respect the privacy of my family and marriage, and I do my best to show them to the barest minimum. (I) just (do) the basic things when it’s necessary; maybe birthdays and anniversaries. (I believe that) the little one shares, the better.”

Kiekie also stated that her marriage was not affecting her career because her husband understands the sanctity of marriage. She said, “The beautiful thing is that I married a man who understands the concept of marriage, and we have been able to create a balance. When something is to be done at home, it is not a function of whose job it is but a function of who is available to do it. When there is something that needs to be done, I just get on it and do it as soon as possible. So, none is affecting the other. I think the baseline here is just to be responsible.”

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