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‘I couldn’t pay your 22k hospital bill 16 years ago – Yul Edochie pens touching note to daughter

ByElla Chioma
YulPopular Nollywood actor turned politician, Yul Edochie is eulogizing his beautiful daughter, Danielle Yul Edochie who turned 16 today, April 10, 2021.
The proud father of four who got married at the age of 22 after he got his girlfriend turned wife pregnant, says he is happy he made the right decision back then.
In an open letter he wrote his daughter, Yul revealed that he was so broke 16 years ago that he couldn’t afford to pay the hospital bill of his daughter.
He also added that Danielle was at that time, the most beautiful baby to be delivered in her hospital of birth.

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'I didn’t intentionally marry four wives. It was God’s design' - Actor Jide Kosoko

 ODION OKONOFUA
The movie veteran recounts how he became a polygamist.
Kosoko
Nigerian movie veteran Jide Kosoko has revealed that he did not intentionally become polygamous rather it was the will of God.
The movie star made this known during a chat with Vanguard.
“I never envisaged being a polygamist though I am a product of one. My parents didn’t support it either. My first wife was a businesswoman. I craved for somebody who was in the same field as me," he said.

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Mercy Johnson, Genevieve Nnaji and other Nigerian celebrities snubbed by Mo Abudu’s Eko Star Film Awards ByGift Adene

NollywoodRuth Kadiri and Halima Abubakar weren’t the only Nigerian celebrities that were snubbed at the Just concluded Eko Star Film and TV Festival.
The event was organised by media mogul, Mo Abudu and it was sponsored by The Lagos State Government.
Kemi Filani News recalls that after the event, hardworking producer and actress, Ruth Kadiri took to her Instagram page to call out Mo Abudu and the Lagos state government for not acknowledging her.

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Bruno Iwuoha: The inspiring story of a non-actor's rise to Nollywood fame

PRECIOUS 'MAMAZEUS' NWOGU
Bruno IwuohaThe seasoned actor passed away on April 10, 2021, after a reportedly prolonged battle with diabetes.
For Nollywood savvy Millennials, Bruno Iwuoha's woolly Afro hair has a familiar squeeze of nostalgic effect.
The veteran actor got frequently cast in soft-spoken, fatherly roles primarily for his hair. Interestingly, his naturally grey hair gave him his Nollywood shot.

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