Written by Ere-ebi AGEDAH_IMISI

No shaking’ in my marriage, says Mercy Johnson

 

‘No shaking’ in my marriage, says Mercy Johnson

Star actress Mercy Johnson has dismissed rumours of turbulence in her marriage simply because she deleted all her pictures, including the ones that captured her husband, from her Instagram page.

“I did not feel bad when I read the news that my marriage was hitting the rocks because it was not true. I am very comfortable in my own space and I am not out to please anybody. I am always true to myself and I continue to be a happy person. There was absolutely no problem between my husband and me, I only deleted the old pictures on my Instagram page. They were old so I deleted them to post new ones. I am not letting my husband go; even when he is angry, I would beg him. You see these beautiful rings that he has given to me, I am never returning them,” she explained in an interview.

The mother of three further revealed that her visit to the labour room was not over as she hopes to have another child. “I am going to have another baby very soon. I am obsessed with children and while growing up, I had always wanted to have four children, so we have to complete the equation,” she said.

The actress who doubles as the Senior Special Assistant on Entertainment, Arts and Culture in Kogi State was eager to speak about her most recent project which is a movie title, ‘The Lamb.’ The movie which is subtitled in Igala language, tells the story of a legendary Igala princess warrior, who, despite being the pride of her father and loved by her people, had to be sacrificed for peace.

 

‘I Go Dye’ builds healthcare centre in his community

Hotshot comedian, ‘I Go Dye,’ who has become renowned for his social activism and commentaries on national matters has given the political elites food for thought by showing that action speaks louder than words as he has built a healthcare centre in his community of Ovu, Delta State

The humour merchant, born Francis Agoda, took to his Instagram page to share the picture of what looks like a state-of-the-art building meant to serve as healthcare hospital for the people of Ovu and environs.

“The challenges facing most people across Nigeria is the same, irrespective of our religious, political and ethnic backgrounds; in line with the United Nations Goal 3, I have commenced the building of an healthcare hospital in my community. We can make life more beautiful than we met it,” he writes to accompany the picture of the hospital.

The comedian further averred that he was only fulfilling a promise he made and also fulfilling Goal 3 of the United Nations Millennium Development Goal of which he is an ambassador.

“It is the Lord’s doing. God started it and He would complete it in due time. If every one of us can contribute our own quota to uplift the people of the world and promote peace, the world would be a wonderful place to live. We can make life more beautiful than we met it,” he quipped.

Being described as one of the funniest men alive, ‘I Go Dye’ sees nothing funny in suffering and poverty.

He has taken on governments and institutions, challenging them to do all in their powers to eradicate sufferings and promote peace. I Go Dye has never been equivocal in his fight for the emancipation of the Nigerian youths, his many commentaries in this regard is fast becoming popular to the public acclaim.

 

 

Wizkid, Tiwa Savage, Annie Idibia, endorse ‘Still Broke’ clothing

Wizkid, Tiwa Savage, Annie Idibia and Lilian Esoro have been captured rocking the first of its kind collection of designer underwear ‘Still Broke’ which weekend.

The company released a statement via social media; describing the clothing line as unique, affirming customers will enjoy the ‘comfortability’ of the fabric which rivals some of the world’s best underwear brands.

The manufacturers of the underwear went on to promise fans that the products are very stylish and affordable. As subtly described by the CEO, Michael Uyi Agho, popularly referred to as Godson; the brand’s name ‘Still Broke’ promotes positivity; instilling a sense of hard work and responsibility in its wearer.

He went on to describe the sole theme of the brand as a tool to evoke appreciation of ones means of living, emphasizing on the need to keep working hard despite recording success.

 

‘Still Broke’ has in its collection; an array of tracksuit bottoms, sports bras, briefs, among others, which customers can choose from.

 

DJ Cuppy wins Ghana Award

Billionaire daughter of Femi Otedola, DJ Cuppy, has won ‘Best International Non-Ghanaian DJ of the Year’ at the 2018 edition of the Ghana DJ Awards.

The event, which was hosted by actress Joselyn Dumas, took place last Saturday at the Accra International Conference Centre, Accra, Ghana.

Cuppy, who was recently unveiled as Pepsi DJ Ambassador in Lagos, won the award with other DJs like DJ Vyrusky, DJ Slim, DJ Switch, DJ Xpliph, DJ Nyce and iPhone DJ.

The event also witnessed performances from the likes of DJ Mic Smith, DJ Nyce, Kwaw Kese, Patapaa, MzVee and Kidi.

Also, DJ Cuppy, whose real name is Florence Otedola, is set to host her summer parties in London.

Beginning on Sunday, May 27, 2018, the Summer Rooftop series would also take place on every Sunday in June.

Announcing the event on Instagram, Cuppy wrote; “My Afrobeats party @CactusOnTheRoof London is BACK this summer.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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