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First wife of Mercy Aigbe’s husband opens up on US party with him

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Mercy Aigbe’s Hubby’s 1st Wife, Mercy Aigbe and Hubby, Kazim Adeoti popular known as Adekaz

First wife of Mercy Aigbe’s husband opens up on US party with him

Mercy Aigbe’s husband’s estranged wife, Funsho Adeoti, has shared a post on her Insta story after her movie marketer husband Kazim Adeoti was snubbed at a US party.

Kazim Adeoti popular known as Adekaz sprayed Funsho generously with dollars at a party, and the video went viral.

Taking to her Instagram, she said she was trying to protect her peace.

In her post, the mother of four explained that it wasn’t about what happened to a person, but the most important thing was how such a person reacts to what happened.

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Recall that Mercy Aigbe also reacted to the viral video of her husband and his first wife at the party in the US.

Kazim Adeoti’s first wife, Funsho took to social media with a comment setting the records straight and erasing misconceptions about her celebrating their 20th anniversary.

Many fans were eager to know if things were fine between her and her husband. This comes after Funsho’s words were picked up by blogger, Linda Ikeji, who proceeded to report that she (Funsho) celebrated her wedding anniversary with Kazim.

She noted that she was not marking her anniversary but reposting what a blog wrote that it would have been their 20th anniversary. She noted that they were still legally married but separated.

First wife of Mercy Aigbe’s husband opens up on US party with him

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Embrace peaceful dialogue, shun protest, Tonto Dikeh advises youths

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Embrace peaceful dialogue, shun protest, Tonto Dikeh advises youths

Actress Tonto Dikeh has spoken on the planned protest by youths, saying it was not necessary.

She acknowledged the struggles and right to protest but suggested more effective ways to address the issues.

She expressed sadness over the economic hardships and rising cost of living but cautioned against protests, citing the potential for damage and derailment as seen in the #EndSARS protest.

Instead, she recommended forming a representative group to engage directly with President Bola Tinubu, advocating for a more strategic and diplomatic approach.

She believed peaceful dialogue and community development can lead to positive change and unity.

Tonto Dikeh urged youths to consider alternative ways to make their voices heard, stressing the importance of making smart choices for a better Nigeria.

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She wrote: “Dear fellow Nigerian youths, I understand your frustrations about our nation’s current state. The price hikes and economic pressures are tough, and many are struggling with increased costs of commuting and living. However, a nationwide protest from August 1-10, 2024, might not be the most effective method right now. This isn’t to undermine the power of protests but to suggest a more strategic approach.

“Instead of protests, I recommend forming a representative group to formally communicate with the President. This group can advocate on our behalf, request a meeting to discuss our concerns, and propose solutions. Engaging in meaningful dialogue and community development can lead to positive change and unity.

“The economic challenges affect us all, and addressing them through peaceful and diplomatic means could be more beneficial. Let’s unite and work towards a better Nigeria. I urge you to consider alternative ways to make your voices heard and to work towards a brighter future.”

She concluded with the caption: “Sometimes we can be right, but how we express ourselves matters. This is a heartfelt plea to all Nigerian youths—LET’S MAKE SMART CHOICES.”

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Nollywood actor Aki, first wife separate, unveils new partner

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Nollywood actor Chinedu Ikedieze with first and second wives

Nollywood actor Aki, first wife separate, unveils new partner

Nollywood actor Chinedu Ikedieze, popularly known as Aki, has announced his separation from his first wife, Nneoma Nwaijah.

The couple, who married in 2011 with a traditional ceremony in Imo State followed by a white wedding in Lagos, met on a film set in Lagos where Nneoma worked as a costumier.

In a recent Instagram post, the 46-year-old actor revealed his new marriage to Stephanie Promise, with whom he has one child and other children.

Celebrating Promise’s birthday, Aki expressed his gratitude for their journey together, describing her as the heart of their family.

He wrote: “My world…my love ! On this special day, I want to celebrate not only your birthday but the incredible journey we’ve been on together.”

“You have blessed our lives with two beautiful girls who light up our world, and now, we have been gifted with a precious baby boy.”

“Watching you embrace motherhood with such grace and strength fills me with awe. You are the heart of our family, the rock we all lean on. Your love and dedication to me and our children are unparalleled, and I am endlessly grateful for the life we are building together!”

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“As we welcome our son, CHIDUBEM IVAN CHINEDU IKEDIEZE (CiCi) into this world, I am reminded of the boundless love and joy you bring into my life. You are my partner, my best friend, and the love of my life 🥹☺️🥰.”

“On this special birthday, I hope you feel the immense tenderness and appreciation that surrounds you, the unbreakable bond and the love that radiates within us.”

“Happy Birthday baby, my angel, my sweetheart ❤️🥰☺️💕💞💝. Here’s to many more years of laughter, love, and beautiful memories.”

“Happy birthday to my soulmate, Stephanie Promise @iammsp1 ☺️❤️😘🤗 #StephaniePromiseChineduIkedieze.”

Though Aki did not disclose when his first marriage ended or when his second marriage began, his post highlights a new chapter in his personal life.

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Kidnappers release singer Rarara’s mother after 3 weeks in captivity

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Renowned Hausa musician Dauda Adamu (known as Rarara) and mother, Hajiya Hauwa’u Adamu

Kidnappers release singer Rarara’s mother after 3 weeks in captivity

Halima Adamu, the mother of renowned Hausa singer Dauda Kahutu, popularly known as Rarara, has regained her freedom.

She was released after nearly three weeks in captivity.

Halima was abducted on June 28 from her residence in Kahutu village, Danja LGA, Katsina State after some armed men stormed the enclave.

Rarara announced her release via his Instagram page early Wednesday morning.

He expressed profound gratitude to God for her safe return.

“ALHAMDULILLAH! ALHAMDULILLAH!! ALHAMDULILLAH!!! By the grace of God we have returned mama in peace of mind.

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“I am very grateful to my Lord. Thank you my family and friends. I am grateful to my fans all over the world. Surely I don’t have enough thanks to you. May Allah reward you with blessings and may Allah keep our relationship,” Rarara stated.

He, however, did not disclose if any ransom was paid to secure his mother’s release. It is gathered that Halima is currently receiving medical attention at a hospital in Abuja.

Halima’s abduction on June 28 was marked by a silent raid on her village, with residents reporting no gunshots during the operation, which “took only a few minutes.” Reports suggest the abductors specifically targeted Rarara’s mother, leaving other residents unharmed.

Rarara, who was born in Katsina, gained widespread popularity for his performances during the All Progressives Congress (APC) campaign rallies in Kano before the 2019 general election.

In March 2023, his house in Kano was invaded and set ablaze by hoodlums.

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