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Nollywood producer, Tchidi Chikere weds actress, Nuella Njubigbo

Nollywood producer, Tchidi Chikere weds actress, Nuella Njubigbo

Nollywood producer, Tchidi Chikere and actress, Nuella Njubigbo, who have actually been married for four years albeit traditionally, wedded in church on June 9. Tchidi, was previously married to an actress, Sophia, with whom he parted ways with in 2012. They had three sons while Nuella bore him a daughter four years ago.

BBNaija star, Teddy A, conferred with chieftaincy title

Big Brother Naija star, Teddy A has been conferred with a chieftaincy title in Ondo state.

The Kabiyesi Oliyere of Iyere Owo conferred him with the chieftaincy title of Asojuomo of Iyere Owo. The recognition comes a day after his babymama, Layla decided to spill his dirty secrets on Twitter.

Layla claims Teddy A has refused to take care of their son, but goes around giving his fans cash gifts, living ‘a fake life’ on social media.

Tonto Dikeh calls ex-husband’s bluff, set to premiere new reality TV show

Despite a suit filed at a Lagos State Magistrate court on January 16 by her ex-husband, Olakunle Churchill, actress, Tonto Dikeh, is still going ahead with the premier of her new reality show this June.

Churchill challenged Tonto’s decision to feature their son, King, in the reality show. According to him, the aim is to exploit his son for financial gains, expose the life and times of the little boy at a period when he cannot make a decision for himself.

The highly anticipated reality Show called “King Tonto” being produced by Linda Ikeji Media Limited and featuring King Andre (Tonto’s son) airs soon.

Fashion entrepreneur Mo’Cheddah opens up on her battle with depression

Highlighting stories about international personalities, Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdian, who committed suicide this past week, Mo’Cheddah has revealed that she has been suffering from clinical depression for over four years.

The former rapper explained on Instagram that depression is an illness of the brain. “The brain gets ill just as all organs do, she said.

She encouraged people suffering from depression to care for themselves, for them to seek help. “It is a disorder, not a decision,” she shared.

Nollywood actress, Nkiru Slyavanus, turns evangelist

Nollywood actress, Nkiru Sylvanus has delved into gospel music. The actress has released a gospel album titled “I’m Not Afraid” and will begin her first leg of her media tour this June. 
The 15-track album was released on March 25 by her record label, Kisil Entertainment Network. 
She is fondly remembered for her very convincing emotional Nollwyood movie roles.

Rapper Vector says he regrets parting ways with his record label

Popular Nigerian rapper, Vector tha Viper, has said he regrets the contractual rift he had with his former record label, YSG Entertainment, in 2014. Speaking with Spice, he said, “To be honest with you, the only reason I was taken to court was because I was popular or becoming popular. I must have mismanaged information on my part as well. I hate the fact that it slowed down my music and I lost money too.

“But I have learnt to try to be more patient and understanding with people. You cannot fight with people forever regardless of what could have happened. I have reached out to my former label and we have spoken”.

Mercy Aigbe’s ex-husband to run for governor of Osun State

If his Instagram post is anything to go by, then actress, Mercy Aigbe’s estrange husband, Lanre Gentry, may run for governor of Osun State in the coming election.

The embattled businessman also said he will contest under the aegis of United Democratic Party.

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