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Seyi Edun beats Wumi Toriola, Laide Bakare, Toyin Abraham others with new UK home

Seyi Edun's UK property

Nollywood actress, Seyi Edun has beat Wumi Toriola, Toyin Abraham, Mercy Aigbe, Laide Bakare and several of her colleagues with her latest acquisition, which is purchasing a property in the UK.

The very happy and fulfilled actress showed off the keys to her property on Instagram hours ago.

Sharing the good news, Seyi Edun revealed that she had gotten the keys to her property in the UK.

“Congratulations to me. I got the keys to my property in the UK”.

Kemi Filani reports that Seyi Edun is the first Yoruba Nollywood star to acquire a home in the UK and this feat has earned her congratulatory messages from her colleagues and fan.

Regina Chuwkwu, Iyabo Ojo, Bimbo Oshin and more have wished her congratulations.

Seyi Edun beats Wumi Toriola, Toyin Abraham others with a new UK acquisition

Kemi Filani news recalls Seyi Edun stormed the United Kingdom earlier this month for vacation, after many years.

The actress was quite overjoyed about visiting the beautiful country as she screamed in delight.

Taking to her Instagram page, Seyi Edun expressed joy for been able to visit London after several years.

She wrote, “God is never too late…after many years I’m back in UK.. London! Be nice”.

3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Kemisola

    June 10, 2022 at 5:18 am

    You can acquire a property in UK and pay for it through out your lifetime, but here in Nigeria, it is Cash and Carry oooo,where she wan get cash to buy a house in UK ,Naa Yam except on Mortgage

    • Anonymous

      June 10, 2022 at 2:18 pm

      That’s why they are doing better than us.they are not desperate to acquire the good things in life. They can buy them and pay in installments. No need for massive corruption or money rituals.

    • Anonymous

      June 10, 2022 at 3:44 pm

      Thank you jare

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