Popular actress-turned evangelist, Eucharia Anunobi, has lost her son, Raymond, to sickle cell anaemia. Reports claimed that he died on Monday as a result of complications arising from the disease. He was 15.
This is the second time that Eucharia, who recently returned to the screen after almost a decade, has lost a loved one in less than three years. In 2015, her father, Pa Felix Anunobi, had passed away after a brief illness.
Raymond was the only son of the actress and the product of her stormy marriage to Charles Ekwu.
Most fans of seasoned actor, Olu Jacobs, are aware that he cut his teeth in Britain in the 1960s. The records, at least, say that the man who recently turned 75 was trained at the prestigious Royal Academy of the Arts in London and featured in a lot of British theatre and film productions till he returned to Nigeria many years later. But, many of them do not know that he had to disobey his father to make the journey to that country.
Engr Odijie Irabor has finally achieved his life-long dream by qualifying as a technician in Automotive Mechatronics (Kraftfahrzeugmeachtronik). He was presented his certificate on Wednesday (12 July) in the western German city of Marl after successfully completing a 3-year training course at the SBH Bildungsgesellschaft mbH Gelsenkirchen, during which he acquired skills across automotive-specific mechanics, electronics, communication and advanced control.
Odijie flashes the victory sign after achieving his life-long dream by qualifying as a technician in Automotive Mechatronics, a new technical field that offers him employment opportunities not only in Europe but across the globe
Sultry Nollywood actress cum producer, Sylvia Edem, has openly shunned the idea of ever settling for a Nigerian husband, saying, though, she has no problem with Nigerian men but believes they are not right for her.
Speaking with Potpourri in anticipation of premiere of her new movie ‘Sandcastle’, the pretty actress opened up on infidelity in marriage and how love can stand the test of any situation. “I don’t have a problem with Nigerian men but I just feel they are not right for me.
Nollywood actress, Bukunmi Oluwasina, has written an open letter to her future husband that she would never consider being a `baby mama’, a syndrome that is currently in vogue among some young girls and ladies in the entertainment industry.
Oluwasina, who her came into limelight in the award winning movie ‘Ayomi’ condemned the syndrome in an open letter to her would-be husband on her social media platform: Instagram.
The Federal Government says it has released the sum of N420.2m to the Nigeria film industry popularly called Nollywood to improve and support aspiring practitioners.
According to a statement issued by the Deputy Director of Information, Federal Ministry of Finance, Mrs Patricia Deworitshe, on Friday in Abuja, the money, which is the second tranche payment will benefit 105 film distributors.