Monthly Archives: December 2013

Real Reason Teco Benson, Mike Ezuruonye Are Fighting

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Nollywood golden boy, Mike Ezuruonye is currently at loggerheads with popular film producer and director, Teco Benson. The two Nollywood giants fell apart because the former allegedly abandoned the set of the latter’s new film titled, ‘Centrifugal Force’, causing a delay in the completion of the production.But in a swift reaction, Ezuruonye who has been one of the top actors in the country in the last few years claimed that he left the set because he was ill and needed to take care of himself. However, Teco said, the handsome actor has refused to return to set.

Yvonne Nelson ready to settle down?

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Speculations abound that sexy Ghanian actress, Yvonne Nelson may be dreaming of saying “I Do” in future going by her recent postures and suggestive social media posts.
A few weeks ago, the leggy actress who had her heart broken by our own Kukere crooner, Iyanya took to twitter to announce that she has found love again in a certain O.A.

Senator Yerima Divorces Child Wife To Marry Another Kid

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A few months ago, former governor of Zamfara State, now Senator Ahmed Sani Yerima was in the news for all the wrong reasons as he tried to spearhead the passage of a law that allows a man to marry a girl as young as 13 years old.
Many Nigerians including entertainers came out and condemned the man who got married to a 13 years old Egyptian girl, Maria, four years ago.

Actress Hilda Dokubo & former husband reconcile

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Nollywood actress, Hilda Dokubo and former husband, Karos Mrakpor have reconciled.
The re-united couple shared the goods news with some friends recently in Port-Harcourt, Rivers State, where Hilda is doing well as a member of Pastor David Ibiyeomie’s Salvation Ministries.
Hilda and Karos got married in 1986, but parted ways acrimoniously some years back.
They have one son, Tuvi.
We say congrats to them.

Nelson Mandela Bows Out At 95.

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Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s first black president has finally joined the royal and the commoners alike in heaven. The most loved African president will surely be missed and the world in its entirety will mourn the man who touched so many lives in his lifetime. He’s indeed, a hero to blacks and whites.
The former president battled health issues in recent months, including a recurring lung infection that led to numerous hospitalisations.