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“Why I Married An Older Woman” – Actor Artus Frank Spills

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Popular Nollywood actor, Artus Frank, has revealed why he married an older woman as he addresses those who age-shamed his wife.

The actor took to his Instagram page on Tuesday night (March 22) and told those who seem to have an issue with the age gap between him and his wife to mind their own business.

Artus Frank took to his social media page to claim that he doesn’t care how old she is and that he married his wife because he is happy with her.

“Leave my wife’s name out of your mouths! I did not marry AGE! I married a WOMAN with whom I am well pleased with”. He wrote.

In other news, popular Ghanaian actor and television personality, Majid Michel, has revealed that he has not been ordained as a pastor.The actor, who clarified in a recent interview that many refer to him as a “man of God,” said he hasn’t attended any pastoral school, but the media named him a pastor.

According to Majid Michel, the media started calling him a pastor after he began speaking at various gatherings, churches, and conferences and sharing the knowledge he had discovered about Christianity by himself.

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“As I got older and learned the Bible for myself, I made the decision to teach it. In an effort to spread what I had learned, the media observed me speaking about these topics at various churches, conferences, and gatherings. It was the media that reported that I was a pastor despite never having attended a Bible school. I’ve never been anointed as a pastor…(Continue reading)

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“She Ignored Me Despite Being A Star” – Davido Recounts First Time He Tried Speaking To Wife Chioma (Video)

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Nigerian superstar singer, David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido, has opened up about meeting his wife, Chioma Avril Rowland, and sheds some light on the evolution of their blossoming relationship.

Davido and Chioma first met at Babcock University, where Chioma was studying economics and Davido was pursuing a music degree.

In a gripping documentary with YouTuber and vlogger, Tayo Aina, Davido gave his fans a fascinating insight into his everyday life.

The 43-minute documentary delves into the artist’s busy everyday life, which is punctuated by the constant travel, fleeting moments of rest, and leisure time aboard private planes hovering several thousand meters above sea level.

In the captivating documentary, Davido revels in his love for his beloved wife Chioma, recalling the story of how they first met and how he tried to strike up a conversation with her during their freshman year.

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In his words;

“I was in school for a year before I blew up. That was when I met my wife. I remember the day I saw her. I can never forget it. I was in a Prado, and I looked behind, and I saw this girl walking. Just there with her bag, it was Chioma. I told Lat (Davido’s personal assistant), ‘Omo, I like that girl. Go and call that girl for me.”

However, initial attempts to make contact failed as Chioma did not respond, but fate intervened and she eventually found her way to Lagos where they met up again.

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Singer Davido Reacts After Cheque ‘Disrespected’ His Wife, Chioma In Viral Video (Watch)

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Nigerian superstar singer, Davido, has reacted after his junior colleague, Cheque publicly apologized over a viral video in which he appeared to disrespect his wife, Chioma.

Cheque, a Nigerian singer-songwriter whose real name is Akanbi Bamidele Brett, sparked widespread internet reactions a few days ago after posting a freestyle video.

In the video, Check could be seen apparently admiring Davido’s wife and Chioma’s photos on his phone while he sang her a love song to her.

He had slid past Davido and his wife, Chioma’s pictures, and when he got to a photo of Chioma alone, he zoomed in on it and continued singing.

The gesture sparked controversy among fans and followers, with many saying it was disrespectful to zoom in on Chioma’s photo and sing to her.

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As you scroll, check out some of the reactions that followed the video.

Following the backlash, Cheque deleted the video and apologized to Davido on his Twitter account, saying he meant no disrespect.

“Never meant any form of disrespect to Davido. baba has been there for me anytime I need am, even on Zoom remix. I no just reason am well before posting. Thank you and love you big bro .. OBO”, he wrote on Twitter.

In response to Cheque’s public apology, Davido quoted the tweet with a love emoji, expressing his acceptance and forgiveness.

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“Why I Ran Away From My Family, Changed My Identity” – Actress Chacha Eke Recounts Terrifying Episode

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Popular Nollywood actress, Chacha Eke Faani, has shared her experience of a horrific “manic episode” she went through a year ago.

The talented actress – who recently celebrated her 10th wedding anniversary with her husband, Austin Faani – opened up about her mental health struggles in an Instagram post on Friday, June 2.

She revealed that she had her scariest episode around this time last year when she woke up at 3 am and felt unsafe at home.

Chacha Eke revealed that she was given a fake ID in a desperate attempt to run away from home during the manic episode, which she says lasted for months.

In her story, Chacha Eke revealed that she walked to a parking lot in Asaba at 3 am and then drove to Lagos. She spent days wandering the streets, hotels, and beaches of Lagos. Eventually, she used the fake ID to travel to Ghana by boat.

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Luckily, with the help of an employee named Esther from First Bank Plc in Ghana, Chacha Eke was able to regain her memory. Esther recognized her and helped her remember her true identity and home.

Read her full story below,

“Slide 1 photo was me by this time last year-1st June 2022. I was in the middle of a manic episode that lingered for months. One day, I woke at 3am feeling unsafe and ran vigorously to a nearby motor park. I travelled to Lagos from Asaba like a fugitive.

Loitered the streets/hotels and beaches in Lagos for days. It was a rough blend of schizophrenia, depression, identity crisis and bipolar disorders. Using this “made-up” Identity card of me from one of my imaginary companies; I headed for Ghana by boat. Clad in black jalabia, I kept moving. I passed border after border; terrified & unrecognized.

In that moment, I was a “Drifter”. It was at First bank in Ghana through a lovely bank staff named “Esther” that somehow, I remembered me. I remembered home. Esther was an Angel the universe used to open my eyes to the reality I disconnected from. I began to make my way back home. It took days but I returned, albeit sickly & in denial. One year later, l’m thankful to have survived one of my craziest episodes ever recorded.”

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