Nollywood Actor, Blossom Chukwujekwu in Marriage Crisis.
According to reports going around, Nollywood actor, Blossom Chukwukjekwu has moved out of his matrimonial house, and has also
informed his wife Maureen Esisi’s parents that he is no longer interested in the marraige.
According to these reports, the problem is centered around the couple’s failure to conceive a child and he actor also decided to move out because he had allegedly impregnated another lady.
Rumours has sprung up that the lady in question is his ex-lover Lilian Esoro, however, the actress denied such claims.
Speaking to SDK blog she said ….
”Please I am not with Blossom and we have not spoken for sometime since our last movie…I am not pregnant for him..Jesus Christ. Is that how one gets pregnant? I am really shocked…Please leave me out of this story,I am not involved..Whoever involved me in this story must be joking. I am not pregnant for anyone, maybe it’s another Lilian.Blossom is not staying with me!”
Tiwa Savage is making waves worldwide as her new single, ‘49-99’ gets displayed at New York Times Square.
Expressing her excitement, she shared a video on her Instagram page.
Its #BamTeddy’s Day!
Ex Bbnaija House mates Bam Bam and Teddy would be getting married traditionally today at Ibese, Iloro; in Ogun State.
Congrats to the newest couple. Check out this photo from Bam’s bridal shower and she is also reportedly pregnant.
Zimbabwe’s Ex President Robert Mugabe Dies At 95
Born on 21 February 1924 in what was then Rhodesia, a British colony, run by its white minority. He was imprisoned for more than a decade without trial after criticising the government of Rhodesia in 1964.
Once released, he headed to Mozambique, from where he directed guerrilla raids into Rhodesia. But he was also seen as a skilled negotiator. Political agreements to end the crisis resulted in the new independent Republic of Zimbabwe.
With his high profile in the independence movement, Mr Mugabe secured an overwhelming victory in the republic’s first election in 1980.
He abolished the office in 1987, becoming president instead – a post he would retain through both electoral success and the use of violence for decades to come.
But over his decades in power, international perceptions soured, with an increasing number of critics portraying Mr Mugabe as a dictator.
In 2000, facing serious political opposition for the first time, he seized white-owned farms to resettle black farmers, causing economic disruption but boosting his popularity among supporters.
The former president was praised for broadening access to health and education for the black majority.
But later years were marked by violent repression of his political opponents and Zimbabwe’s economic ruin.
Mr Mugabe had been receiving treatment in a hospital in Singapore since April. He was ousted in a military coup in 2017 after 37 years in power.