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Rema Biography – Music Career, Age and State of Origin.

Rema Biography – Music Career, Age and State of Origin.

Who is Rema?, The Mavin Records talented new artiste;

Full Name: Divine Ikubor

Age: 18 years (Born 2001)

Occupation: Recording artist and a Model

Nationality: Nigerian

State of Origin: Edo State

Place of Birth: Benin City, Edo State

Record Label: Mavin Records and Jonzingworld Record

Net Worth: N/A

Brought into the world Divine Ikubor, (AKA) Rema is a quick rising account artiste from Edo State, Nigeria. He was conceived in 2001 in Benin City, Edo State. Rema is at present marked to Mavin Records and Jonzingworld Record.

Early Life

Rema was naturally introduced to a christian family and finished his essential and optional training in Benin city, Edo state where he grew up. The quick rising hip jump rapper, Afro beats artist and lyricist has been portrayed as a skilled, dexterous, inventive and capable individual by enormous names in the music business.


Music Career

Rema started his melodic profession at an exceptionally youthful age. He at first performed in nearby holy places and school at that point proceeded to make a live band. His inventiveness and ability went poorly for long as his blessing was later found by Jonzingworld Record CEO Charles Enebeli, better known by his stage name D’Prince.

As indicated by D’Prince, “When I initially heard Rema’s work I realized this was a craftsman I needed the whole world to tune in to. His ability and imaginativeness are so a long ways past his years.”

Rema’s expert melodic vocation commenced when D’Prince then acquainted him with his sibling and CEO of Mavin Records Don Jazzy. This was the manner by which Rema marked an agreement record manage Mavin Records and Jonzingworld Record. The record names authoritatively marked Rema in late 2018.

In a press instructions, Don Jazzy lauded Rema’s uncommon gifts and reported the organization with Jonzing World records. As per Mavin Records CEO, Don Jazzy “Rema is a considerable youthful craftsman. With his aptitude and adaptability, he has an interesting spot later on of Afro beats. In the meantime, we are eager to dispatch our first engraving arrangement with Jonzing World”. “The model will extend the quantity of ways the Mavin stage can bolster craftsmen and business enterprise in Africa to become together at home and globally”.


Rema, the Mavin Records capable new Kid made his presentation with four tunes which are:

  • Corny
  • Dumebi
  • Why
  • Iron Man

Dumebi and Iron man by Rema are right now driving the Nigerian iTunes outlines and is one of the most sweltering tunes in Nigeria at present.

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Annie Macaulay biography – Age, Carer, Educational background, Movies, State

Annie Macaulay biography – Age, Carer, Educational background, Movies, State

Early Life and Background

Annie Idibia formally known as Annie Macaulay is a well-known Nigerian actress, Model, Presenter, entrepreneur and the wife of a famous Nigerian Legendary 2Baba (2Face Idibia). She was born on the 13th of November, 1984(34 years) in Ibadan, Oyo State Nigeria, alongside her family though hail from Eket in Akwa Ibom State. She is the only daughter among four children; comprising of two elder brothers and one younger brother.

Annie was born in a comfortable lifestyle but lost that cause of her parents’ divorce. After the completion of her primary and secondary school education at the age of 15, Annie lost her younger brother to tuberculosis.

After her parents divorced, Annie and her siblings moved to Lagos with their mother who got a job at mobile to work as a cook in other to take care of her family, later they moved from Jakande Estate to Thomas Estate in Lekkis Lagos State, Nigeria. Before Annie secured admission to a higher institution, she is a considerate daughter decided to work for some time in order to help her mother keep the family on its feet as the breadwinner of the family.

As a salesperson, she worked for KC Jabari and Dakova even as was schooling at Lagos State University (LASU), where she got a degree in computer science and Theatre Arts after completing undergraduate courses at the University of Lagos (UNILAG).
Annie Idibia is an exemplary sister and daughter as she still keeps in touch with her family including her father having reconciled with him after much persuasion from her mother, now the daughter and father relationship is intact.


Before her acting skills came into limelight, Annie took on any modeling jobs that came her way receiving from N2, 000 to N5, 000 in fees, but this did not let her guts down instead she looked the world eyeball to eyeball.

Annie Idibia was placed as the runner-up when she contested at the “Queen of All Nations Beauty Pageant” and after she was featured in her then boyfriend now husband Innocent Idibia “African Queen” music video in 2014 alongside with Yvonne Jegede. Currently, the video has more than 7 million views on YouTube.

In 2009, Annie Idibia enrolled in Nigerian movie industry (Nollywood) and her acting skill came into brightness after her role in the movies, “Pleasure and Crime” and “Blackberry Babes”.
Since then, she has featured in more than 10 movies in four years. Though her acting career is shorter than that of most famous Nollywood actress, it did not stop her from being successful. She was nominated for the best-supporting actress at the Best of Nollywood Awards in 2009 and won the Fast Rising Actress Prize at the 2016 African Entertainment Legend Awards.
Her featured movies include:

First Family
Pleasure and Crime
White Chapel
Blackberry Babes
Return of Blackberry Babes
Estate Runs
Obiageli The S3x Machine
Morning After Dark
Beautiful Moster

Annie has featured in various movies since her acting career started and now she owns her hairline “BeOlive” wig and hair extension company, and she has her own line of fake cruelty-free eyelashes ‘Lashed by Annie Idibia’. Also, she owns a hair salon in Atlanta, Georgia.

Annie is not just a successful entrepreneur; Annie has founded a non-profit organization called Annie Idibia Care Foundation. With the sole aim of helping and training young women prepare for adult life and to teach them how to be a responsible and active citizen. Further to her achievements, she signed an endorsement deal with Slim Tea Global (a line of slimming teas).

Marital Life

Annie met her husband Innocent Idibia (2face) in 1999 and they began to date in the year 2002. Their relationship was unstable because of 2face’s cheating scandals. There were times when their weakness took more in their life but the special bond they shared, the tolerance and patience she had and the love they have for each other took them to the alter.

Annie’s success also went far as being a good wife and mother to her pretty two daughters: Isabella Idibia (born in December 2008) and Olivia Idibia (born in January 3rd 2014), She also serves as a stepmother to her husband’s 5 other children: Zion Idibia (born in January 2006), Nino Idibia (born in April 2008), Rose Idibia, Justin Idibia and a son whose name is unknown (born in April 2012).

These children came from two other women her husband had dated before finally proposing to Annie. Three kinds with Pedro and two kinds with Sunbo Ajaba who is now married to the General Overseer of Royal Christian Centre, Pastor Davide Olatunde Adeoye.
Back in March 2017, there was a rumor followed with alarming photos that Annie was pregnant with the third child but, the young star disapproved those rumors.

Annie Idibia Instagram page is @annieidibia1, where she has almost 2 million followers.

Annie is a very vibrant, active young woman, who is passionate, full of energy and love, dedicated to her career. She is so wonderful on and behind the screen. May her light continue to shine forth; we wish her greater heights.

Annie Idibia is estimated to have a current net worth of $ 600,000 USD. Feb 5, 2019

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Zubby Michael Biography – Parents, Age, Mary Okoye, Movies, Awards

Zubby Michael Biography – Parents, Age, Mary Okoye, Movies, Awards

Zubby Michael is a Nigerian movie actor, Tv personality, Businessperson, Model, and a Philanthropist. He is popularly known as Eze Ndi ara. And play the bad boy roles in the Nollywood scene.

The young Nollywood actor acquired his primary and secondary education in Yola, Adamawa State. And later Zubby Michael enrolled in Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka for Mass Communication.

He started acting in his tender age when he was eight (8) years old. Zubby joined Nigerian Movie industry in the year 2006 and he was enrolled in the first movie titled “the three widows” and he played alongside Oge Okoye. His light shined in 2006 when he did his breakthrough movie, “The Generals” and Royal Storm”
he played alongside Jim Iyke.

Zubby Michael Age

Zubby Michael was conceived on February 1st, 1985 in Adamawa state, Yola town.

Zubby Michael’s Parents

Zubby Michael’s father is a business man while his mother is a teacher .

Zubby Michael Wife/Girlfriend

Zubby Michael dated the younger sister to the music lord Peter, Paul, and Jude Okoye also known as p-square. the young man confirmed that their relationship was legit and real. He met the younger sister of p-square, Mary Okoye on Michael Ezuruonye’s wedding where they both started their relationship life.

They later broke up not because the relationship was not moving well but because Zubby Michael is not ready to settle down yet because of some issues best know to him.

And he said that Mary Okoye is a good girl, but the reason while he let her go is that he has some important things to fix up and he doesn’t want to rush into marriage.

Zubby Michael Movies
Some of the movies he has starred in include:

Royal Storm
Game Mistress
Professional Lady
Twins on Fire
The Generals
Three Widows
Above Implication
Mr. and Mrs. Ibu 1-2
Mama Gee Goes 2 School
Professor Mama Gee
The Prince and The Widows
Blood on Fire
Save The Last Dance
Somewhere in my heart
Deadly Romance
Atinga No Blood
Black Beauty
Divine Princess
Blind Choice
Father & Gun
Ada Owerri
Kings Search
Royalty Apart
Royal Stunts
Stolen Love
Blind Choice
After the marriage
Deepest Dreams
Somewhere in Hell
King of Glory
The Promise
Online Games

Zubby Michael Interview

Tuface taught me humility – Zubby Michael, actor
Updated: 17th February 2017

What was your experience like growing up in the North?

Zubby Michael: Northerners are wonderful people! Honestly, they are very lovable, especially those with open hearts. I had my primary and secondary education in Adamawa. Thereafter, I proceeded to Nnamdi Azikwe University, Awka. I remembered vividly, during my childhood days, on a fateful day I drove my father’s car without his permission. Unfortunately, I didn’t know my father had arrived home when I got back so I ended up smashing into another car in the compound in fear immediately I saw my father. My dad gave me the beating of my life that day after which I passed out and was revived with water. However, my parents are wonderful people. My lovely father is a businessman while my mother is a teacher.

How did your acting career begin?

Zubby Michael: It started at a club in Asaba where I met a producer who introduced me to the industry. That was what led to my playing a scene in Missing Rib. It was a remarkable experience working with stars like Ramsey Noah and Tonto Dike among others. Thereafter, Chidi Chijioke encouraged me into the world of acting. Ever since I have played countless roles as well as produced a flick entitled 1st Hit starring Ngozi Ezeonu, Chikwetalu Agu, Nonso Diobi, Ebere Okaro, Junior Pope, Harry B Anyanwu and Terry G among others.

Which movie brought you to the limelight?

Zubby Michael: The flick that changed my story is entitled, Three Widows. It is a story that kicks against bad traditional and cultural practices which should be abolished. I acted alongside Justice Esiri of blessed memory as a prince, Oge Okoye, and Ngozi Ezeonu among others.

You have played the role of a priest; stubborn Prince and a gangster, what kind of person are you beyond the big screen?

Zubby Michael: I will describe myself as a special actor. My selling point is acting with ‘shakara.’ In fact, I always put myself into the character I play. However, I am a very simple person; I don’t pretend but live a truthful life.

Are you saying you don’t live fake life?

Zubby Michael: Fake life is boring! I call it living in bondage. Do you think I am stubborn? Tuface taught me how to be humble and respect people regardless of your status in life. So, my middle name is humility (laughter).

How are you enjoying your status as a celebrity?

Zubby Michael: It is a wonderful experience to be appreciated by people with love. I love my fans so much for believing in me. I want to appreciate God for his grace upon my life.

You are handsome, how do you handle your female fans?

Zubby Michael: Sometimes they call at odd hours. Despite my anger, I try to be polite so that I will not be misinterpreted. And when you tell them you are busy working on set they are like ‘because you are a celebrity you don’t want to talk to me?’ They don’t want to know what you are doing. In fact, many girls crush on me especially on social media but they are my fans so I treat them with respect.

Could you tell us about the woman in your life?

Zubby Michael: Honestly, I am not in a serious relationship presently. Since I am a very busy person always traveling in and outside the country often to shot movies, I scarcely have time for a relationship because a relationship may cause my lover heartbreak since there is no time to express affection. Besides, every woman needs attention and needs to be loved so, for now, I am not in a relationship.

Could you describe your ideal woman?

Zubby Michael: There is no need to lie, I don’t know what my ideal woman should be like but I will marry a woman that makes me happy, loyal, prayerful, intelligent and beautiful.


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Ini Edo Biography – Age, Kids, Husband, Marriage, Wedding, Movies

Ini Edo Biography – Age, Kids, Husband, Marriage, Wedding, Movies 

Ini Edo Biography

Iniekim Edo, famously known as Ini Edo is a Nigerian Nollywood actress. She was conceived on April 19, 1982, in Calabar, Cross River state, into a family of six. She went to Cornelia Connelly College in Calabar for her optional school instruction and delegated it with a recognition in Theater Arts from the University of Uyo in Akwa Ibom. She later proceeded to contemplate for a full degree in English at the University of Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. 

Her invasion in Nollywood began amid when there was school strike when she ran with a companion to a tryout. She got the job in the film ‘Offspring of Destiny’. Anyway, her breakout job came when she acted in the film, ‘World Apart'(2004) and from that point forward she has not thought back, proceeding to act in excess of 100 movies, for example, ‘Diversions ladies Play’ Games Men Play and the continuation ‘Reloaded’. 

Ini opened another section in her vocation when she official delivered a destined to-be-discharged film, ‘Recollections of my Heart’. In acknowledgment to her commitment to the filmmaking in Nigeria, she was made a Glo Ambassador by the telecom mammoth Globacom. She is likewise as of late marked an arrangement to be the Face of Chivita, the well-known juice makers. Ini is hitched to Philip Ehiagwina and adores perusing books, watching movies and moving in her extra time. 

Ini Edo photos

Ini Edo Political arrangement 

Ini Edo was selected The Special Assistant to the Akwa Ibom State Governor on Culture And Tourism, by Udom Gabriel Emmanuel in 2016. 

Ini Edo Age 

Ini Edo was conceived on April 19, 1982, in Calabar, Cross River state, Nigeria.

Ini Edo Twin Sister 

Ini Edo has a ‘twin sister ‘ called Esther Urrah who has different guardians and clearly she was conceived in another state. While performing artist Ini Edo is from Onna Local Government Area in Akwa Ibom State, South-South Nigeria, her alleged twin sister is from Benue State. 

Ini Edo Marriage – Ini Edo Husband

Ini Edo has opened up on her marriage, saying she has no lament parting ways with her significant other of six years. Ini Edo got hitched to an American-based Nigerian representative, Philip Ehiagwina in 2008 who was already hitched to a Nigerian-American model, Ruth Okoro. She left the marriage in September 2014, after allegations of aggressive behavior at home and deceiving. 

Ini Edo Wedding

Ini Edo Child – Ini Edo Kids

Ini Edo marriage crumbled and the couple did not have youngsters from the marriage. 

Ini Edo House 

Ini Edo claims a house in Lekki which cost seventy million Naira in 2014. She got her new house soon after her separation. As of now the house costs in excess of 80 million Naira. She is likewise an auto sweetheart. She possesses no less than three super costly autos, similar to a Brand New Mercedes G-Wagon G-65 for forty a huge number of Naira, Range Rover SUV and BMW X5.

Ini Edo Movies

List of Ini Edo Movies (List not exhaustive)
Royal gift 1-2 (2009
Blind Kingdom 1-2(2009)
Native Son 1 (2009)
Native Son 2 (2009)
Reloaded 2 (2008)
Reloaded 1(2008)
Sleek ladies 1 (2007)
Sleek ladies 2 (2007)
Ghetto Queen (2007)
Ghetto Queen 2 (2007)
Power of Beauty (2007)
Power of Beauty 2 (2007)
Political Control (2006)
Political Control 2 (2006)
Political Control 3 (2006)
Ass on Fire (2006)
Ass on Fire 2 (2006)
Breath Again (2006)
Breath Again 2 (2006)
Fatal Seduction (2006)
Fatal Seduction 2 (2006)
Games Men Play (2006)
Games Men Play 2 (2006)
Games Men Play 3 (2006)
Girls Cot (2006)
Girls Cot 2 (2006)
Girls Cot 3 (2006)
The Greatest Sacrifice 2 (2006)
The Greatest Sacrifice (2006)
Married to the Enemy (2006)
Married to the Enemy 2 (2006)
My Heart Your Home (2006)
My Heart Your Home 2 (2006)
No Where to Run (2006)
No Where to Run 2 (2006)
Price of Fame (2006)
Price of Fame 2 (2006)
Sacrifice for Love (2006)
Sacrifice for Love 2 (2006)
Secret Fantasy (2006)
Secret Fantasy 2 (2006)
Silence of the Gods (2006)
Silence of the Gods 2 (2006)
Supremacy (2006)
Supremacy 2 (2006)
Too Late to Claim (2006)
Too Late to Claim 2 (2006)
Total Control (2006)
Total Control 2 (2006)
Total Control 3 (2006)
Traumatised (2006)
Traumatised 2 (2006)
War Game (2006)
War Game 2 (2006)
War Game 3 (2006)
11:45… Too Late (2005)
11:45… Too Late 2 (2005)
The Bank Manager (2005)
The Begotten 2 (2005)
The Begotten (2005)
The Bet 2 (2005)
The Bet (2005)
Cold War (2005)
Cold War 2 (2005)
Crying Angel (2005)
Crying Angel 2 (2005)
Desperate Billionaire (2005)
Desperate Billionaire 2 (2005)
Desperate Need (2005)
Emotional Blackmail (2005)
Emotional Blackmail 2 (2005)
I Want My Money (2005)
I Want My Money 2 (2005)
Last Game (2005)
Last Picnic (2005)
Living in Tears (2005)
Living in Tears 2 (2005)
Living Without You (2005)
Living Without You 2 (2005)
Lonely Hearts (2005)
Lonely Hearts 2 (2005)
Men Do Cry (2005)
Men Do Cry 2 (2005)
My Precious Son (2005)
My Precious Son 2 (2005)
One God One Nation (2005)
One God One Nation 2 (2005)
Only Love (2005)
Only Love 2 (2005)
Pretty Angels (2005)
Pretty Angels 2 (2005)
Red Light (2005)
Red Light 2 (2005)
Royal Package (2005)
Royal Package 2 (2005)
Security Risk (2005)
Security Risk 2 (2005)
Songs of Sorrow (2005)
Songs of Sorrow 2 (2005)
Stronghold (2005) (V)
Stronghold 2 (2005)
Tears for Nancy (2005)
Tears for Nancy 2 (2005)
Ultimate Crisis (2005)
Unforeseen (2005)
Unforeseen 2 (2005)
Beautiful Faces (2004)
Beautiful Faces 2 (2004)
Eye of the Gods (2004)
Eye of the Gods 2 (2004)
Eyes of Love (2004)
Faces of Beauty (2004)
Faces of Beauty 2 (2004)
Indecent Girl (2004)
Indulgence (2004/II)
Indulgence 2 (2004)
I Swear (2004)
I Swear 2 (2004)
Legacy (2004)
Love Crime (2004)
Love Crime 2 (2004)
Love & Marriage (2004)
Negative Influence (2004)
Negative Influence 2 (2004)
Not Yours! (2004)
World Apart (2004)
World Apart 2 (2004)
The One I Trust (2003)

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Eve Esin Biography – Daughter, Husband, Birthday, Movies, Networth, Interviews

Eve Esin Biography – Daughter, Husband, Birthday, Movies, Networth, Interviews

Eve Esin Biography

Eve Esin is a Nollywood on-screen character, display, TV character, an altruist. She is an indigene of Oron in Akwa Ibom state, Nigeria and was conceived on October seventeenth, 1986. She went to Immaculate Conception Secondary School, Itak-Ikono in Akwa Ibom state. She studied Theater Arts at the University of Calabar. After her graduation from the University, she landed a position in the Banking sector yet because of her enthusiasm in acting she quit the banking work. 

She joined the motion picture industry in 2008 in the wake of trying out for a film part and has since shown up in such a large number of Nigerian motion pictures. Esin is a standout amongst the most capable performing artists in Nigeria and is famously known for her capacity to cry in motion pictures. She turned out to be very well known subsequent to performing in the blockbuster film “Idemili” (2014) coordinated by grant winning executive, Ernest Obi. As per her, the most difficult motion picture is “Idemili” because of the way that she needed to assemble enough valor to convey a live snake in her part. 

She is likewise a trying Nollywood actress and in 2016, she delivered her first component film “Soul” which debuted in Lagos, Nigeria. After the motion picture “Oshimiri” in 2015, Esin turned into an open figure in this manner winning a designation for Best Supporting Actress of the Year at the City People Entertainment Awards. 

Her different honors include Most Promising Actress in Nigeria at the City People Entertainment Awards, Best Actress in a Supporting Role at te Africa Movie Academy Awards, Best Actress in Nigeria at the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards and Most Promising Act to Watch at the Best of Nollywood Awards. 

Eve Esin Age

Eve Esin was conceived on seventeenth October 1986. She is 33 years of age, starting at 2018. 

Eve Esin Net Worth 

Her total assets are assessed to be about $470,000.

Eve Esin Husband – Eve Esin Married 

The Nollywood actress once posted (on her Instagram page) that she will get hitched soon and not long after posting a photo of her holding a child with the inscription, “the eyestalk”. This has started alot of inquiries regarding the child being hers and whether she is hitched, in spite of the fact that the on-screen character herself has not remarked.

Eve Esin Movies 

She began acting professionally in 2008. She has acted in more than 100 motion pictures. She has included in various Nollywood films. A portion of the films which she has highlighted in incorporate:-

Soul After Soul
Best Interest
Innocent Pain
Room Service
Painful Sin
Scent of Passion
Evil Intention
Queen of the Jungle
24th July
Haunted Wealth
Never Again
Shadow of Death
Oshimiri (2015)
Dangerous Pators
Back from Congo 1 and 2

An Interview with Eve Esin
The notion that a woman’s true beauty is judged early in the morning, in her natural state, without make-up somewhat gives credence to a popular belief that women would rather not be seen by a stranger upon waking up in the morning.
This postulation was actually proven wrong when screen queen, Eve Esin opened her room at Monty Suite in Uyo to the RhodiesWorld Crew for this interview. We had expected to wait for a couple of hours knowing how it goes when a (female) celebrity is about to meet with a journalist she has never met before… However, she looked as fresh as the morning dew even before the professional makeup which, I would say, was just for the pictures.
She also maintained an impressively hospitable disposition throughout the interview where she talked about some things that make her tick and also about her career in the Nollywood industry.
Can we get to meet you?
Eve Esin: My name is Eve Esin, from Oron L.G.A, Akwa Ibom State, from an Extended family. I studied theatre arts in the University of Calabar, Cross River State.
After School, did you pick up any appointment or you went straight into acting?
Eve Esin: After school, I went for my youth service and upon completion, I applied for a job with Access Bank and I was invited for an interview, where I excelled and was offered employment. I was preparing to resume training for the job when a movie I auditioned for came up, so I told myself, “Okay! this is it; this is what I will do!” So I chose to go into acting. If I’m given such the opportunity a million times, I believe, I will still choose acting.
How long have you been acting?
Eve Esin: I came in and out of the industry in 2005, but professionally, I came back in December 2008.
While growing up, was there anything along the line that suggested you were going to become an actress?
I would say ‘Yes’ and ‘No’. Yes, because I did a lot of acting in school and church. At some point, in my church, I used to write stories and feature in the children’s group. When I got to secondary school, I had an ambition of reading Law but later saw myself studying Theatre Art in the University.
Some actresses dictate the role they want to play in a movie. What kind of roles do you prefer to feature?
Eve Esin: I’m going to correct that impression. A lot of people do have choices of roles they would want to play, but as an actress, you shouldn’t streamline yourself to a particular type of role. A good actress should be able to play practically anything that comes up. I’m not choosy if anything comes up, I’ll do it except, I say EXCEPT going nude.
What if the price is high?
Eve Esin: No amount of money can make me play nude. I am an African woman and I won’t go nude for anything.
What have been your best and worst moments in acting?
Eve Esin: Acting opens doors for everyone, you walk into somewhere and you are given prompt attention
If you were given the chance to choose roles, what kind of roles would you love to play?
Eve Esin: I really would not have the choice because the script usually comes with your character and name attached to it. If I don’t like a role, I’ll just turn down the script. I can play anything, from a Reverend Sister to a doctor,… anything. It’s versatility that makes you a good actress.
What has been your most memorable role so far?
Eve Esin: Every role I have played has been memorable; every role comes with its challenges but I’m going to make special reference to a movie called Idemili directed by Ernest Obi. It’s memorable because I had to carry a snake and it wasn’t a toy snake, it was actually a live snake. It is one of the best lead roles I have played. It was challenging because, on a normal day, I’m afraid of dead snakes, not to talk of a live one.
Apart from acting, what else do you do?
Eve Esin: For now, it’s strictly acting.
How about producing or directing a movie?
Eve Esin: I actually have an interest in producing movies.
You don’t seem to be loud on the Social Media. Any problem?
Eve Esin: (Cuts in) Yes! Yes!! I agree….
There is a mentality people have about artists; when you grant an interview or you release your new photos, people will appear from nowhere and start saying negative things about you. I am really not a public person per say, but the nature of my job makes me a public person. If someone says something untrue about me, it gets at me. So as much as possible, I try to stay off the social media.
Has there been any bad report about you?
Eve Esin: Well! so far, none.
Aren’t you lucky?
Eve Esin: yes I am. This is because I try to stay off the social media, ….until Rhodie’s world caught me. *laughs*
Why do you prefer Epic movies?
Eve Esin: I do Epic and I also do glamour movies too. I also think the village stories are trending in the market. Also, the viewers are more interested in what they can relate with, somehow, I get to act them very well and the scripts just keep coming.
Have you been nominated or picked for an award?
Eve Esin: City people have nominated me for Idemili and BON Awards also nominated me for 7 Rivers, for the both movies, as supporting act but I didn’t win. Hopefully, I will win someday.
Who would you love to act with?
Eve Esin: Anyone. Even if you were my worst enemy, I will play my role and get away. I am a professional actress.
Have you experienced sexual harassment just to get a role?
Eve Esin: I will like to say this: people who grow and people who make it are two different people. There are also people who came, and for some reasons, couldn’t break through. These are often the people who go out to cook up stories about some producers, directors or whoever was trying to harass them sexually. Should that happen, it means two adults consented to do that. No one pushes anyone into doing that.
There are speculations that most Nollywood actress does not prefer to settle down in their marriages; what is your observation about this?
Eve Esin: A lot of actresses are settling down. For those whose marriage didn’t last, I may not know why. I’m not married yet but when I do, I will actually settle down with my husband. Because one or two celebrities went into marriages that crumbled, does not mean that marriages are not working in the Nollywood industry. That shouldn’t be a yardstick to judge every other person. After all, Chioma Chukuka and Omotola Jalade are still married and their marriages are working.
There are lots of marriage problems in other professions but people don’t get to hear of them. If doctors, lawyers, bankers have break-ups in marriage, I wonder why people think we can’t make mistakes. Nollywood actors and actresses are not super humans; we are not angels and you should not expect us to be perfect. The funny thing is that people don’t get to talk about the marriages that work, but only focus on the ones that didn’t work.
When you think of settling down, what kind of a man do you have in mind?
Eve Esin: ..laughs. I don’t streamline myself to choices. Whatsoever God designs for me, I will come to know it and will  fulfill it
What makes you feel like a star?
Eve Esin: (Smiles) I don’t usually feel like a star, I’m extremely humble and down-to-earth. Sometimes, I wonder why people look at me when I go out, and then I’ll remember I’m an actress…
Are you satisfied with the Nollywood productions and compared to Hollywood?
Eve Esin: People will always react to the fact that they don’t like or watch Nollywood movies. The fact is if you compare a 2015 movie to a movie that was shot in 2000, you will definitely know that we are growing, Nollywood is not where it used to be many years ago. So, it can only get better.
Why are you based in Port Harcourt when Lagos is where everything is happening?
Eve Esin: For some reasons, I don’t know why I’m in Port Harcourt. Sometime soon, I may find myself in Lagos.
Are you not missing all the fun and parties with most of your colleagues in Lagos?
Eve Esin: Like I said, I’m not a public person and I don’t think I should be found everywhere. The ones that are really important, I will find myself there.
Who is your role model?
Eve Esin: Angelina Jolie
Eve Esin: (She laughs) No idea.

Eve Esin: Anyone who has been there before me and has been acting well is my role model, I won’t pick out one person, I always learn at least one thing from any movie I watch. Even from my younger colleagues.
Eve Esin: A lot of people think Nollywood is for riff-raffs, people who are not educated. First of all, you have to be educated because it’s one thing to read a script, and another to interpret it. You have to go through the basics. If you are just starting, you have to go through some auditions, everyone should start from there. You must be determined that you will make it because, I can recall, I almost gave up at some point when it was as if nothing good was going to come out of it. I have gone for an audition that lasted for one year and it was as if nothing good was going to come out from it.
Even if you are given one scene, act it as your life is dependent on it because you might not know where it will lead you to. I want to use the case of my colleague and brother Ime Bishop, we were on a set of the movie “Uyai” directed by Emem Isong. I got a role to feature with Ime Bishop who was just to play about three or four scenes, but after he did his first scene, he got everyone laughing and the Director was like, “this is a comic relief for the movie. There’s no way he will play just a few scenes.” That’s how he ended up playing twentysomething scenes, and from there, he moved on.
So that’s how life is. When the opportunity comes, no matter how little, grab it and make good use of it. And most importantly, you need God’s Grace.
Best Meal:
Eve Esin: Oh, I really love yam; whether cooked, fried, roasted, anyhow it is prepared, I love it.
Football Team
Eve Esin: (Laughs) I’m a big Chelsea fan!
Favorite car:
Eve Esin: I just love good cars, but I’m in love with Honda as a brand.
Thank you for your time:
Eve Esin: You are welcome.
Adopted From: Rhodies World Print Magazine
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ChaCha Eke Biography – Husband, Pictures, Family, Wedding, Age, Movies, Career

ChaCha Eke Biography – Husband, Pictures, Family, Wedding, Age, Movies, Career

ChaCha Eke whose full name is ChaCha Eke Faani is a Nollywood talented actress, Director, Producer, and a model hails from Ebonyi State in the eastern part of Nigeria. She was born on 1st May 1993. And she is a daughter of Professor John Eke. ChaCha Eke is a Delta state Based actress who raised to fame in 2012 when she featured in the movie titled “The End is near”.
ChaCha Eke came from a middle-class family, she completed her nursery and primary school education in ESUT Nursery and primary school situated in Ebonyi State. She later finished her secondary school in Our Lord Shepherd International School, Enugu. After her secondary school, ChaCha Eke later acquired BSc in accountancy from Ebonyi State University. 

ChaCha Eke & Family
She joined Nollywood and started her acting career on November 2009 through the platform of Miss Nollywood Talent Hunt/Pageantry which she appeared as one of the contestants. This talented model has featured in so many movies and has featured some big actors and actresses in a movie. She joined scriptwriting job in Delta state on June 1st, 2013.
ChaCha Eke Baby Kamara
ChaCha Eke knows how to interpret her roles and she is versatile in all aspect of acting. Austin Faani also helped and carried her along to the recognition of producers and directors of Nigerian Nollywood. ChaCha Got married to Austin Faani Ikechukwu Nollywood director and editor and God blessed them with two girls namely Kamara Faani and Kaira Faani.
Here are the questions which her fans do ask…
Chacha eke husband? ChaCha Huband is Austin Faani.
Austin Faani chacha eke? is the Husband of Nollywood actress ChaCha Eke.
Chacha eke age? She was born on 1st May 1993.
Chacha eke is from which state? She is from Ebonyi State.

The End is Near
Commander in Chief
Clap of Thunder
Two Hearts
Beach 24
Gift of Pain
A Cry for Justice
Jewels of the Sun
Bloody Carnival
Dance For The Prince
Mirror of Life
Innocent Pain
Bridge of Contract
Palace of Sorrow
Secret Assassins
Royal Assassins
The Promise
Valley of Tears
Village Love
Weeping Angel
Rosa my Village Love
My Rising Sun
My Sweet Love
Secret Palace Mission
Stubborn Beans
Bitter Heart
Shame to Bad People
The beauty of the gods
Pure Heart
Rope of Blood
Hand of Destiny
Sound of Ikoro
Bread of Sorrow
Basket of Sorrow
Festival of Sorrow
Kamsi the Freedom Fighter
Pot of Riches
Girls at War
Crossing the Battle Line
Money Works With Blood
Happy Never After
Who Took My Husband
Roasted Alive
Song of Love
Royal First lady
Beyond Beauty
After the Altar
Bloody Campus
Princess’s Revenge

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Rachael Okonkwo Biography – Husband, Parents, Wedding, Movie, Age, IMBD, Family

Rachael Okonkwo Biography – Husband, Parents, Wedding, Movie, Age, IMBD, Family

Rachael Okonkwo Biography

Rachael Okonkwo whose full name is Rachael Ncheta Okonkwo was popularly known as Nkoli Nwasukka, is a Nollywood Actress, Singer, and a dancer.

Rachael Okonkwo Age

She was Born on 26th May 1987. She hails from Enugu State, Ukpata in Uzo Uwani Local Government area Located in the Eastern part of Nigeria. She started.

She started acting when she was a child, and due to competitiveness in Nigerian Nollywood and lack of movie roles, given to her, she switched to a dancing career. Rachael Okonkwo joined Nigerian Nollywood in the year 2007 where she played minor roles.
In 2014 “Nkoli NWA Nsukka” the Movie was the movie that gave her the breakthrough in the year 2014. She played the lead and major character in the movie. He got recognition after the movie, both directors and producers now recognized her existence. The young Nollywood actress knows where she came from and want to give to the society back she single-handedly hosts an annual carnival called Nkoli Nwa Nsukka children carnival, and the aim to provide free gifts to children and giving then support in what they are doing.
She did the first carnival in 2015 which took place in Enugu and the second one in 2016 which took place in Onitsha. In 2017 it was held in Nsukka her town. The carnival was graced by the fellow Celebrities that came out to support her massively. The likes of Ken Erics, Angela Okorie, Nonso Diobi, Slow Dog etc.
In 2016 City People Entertainment Awards gave her an award of Best Supporting Actress. In 2015 Karis Media Awards gave her Best Supporting Actress of the year.
Is Rachael Okonkwo married?
Rachael Okonkwo is not yet married she is still single. And the young actress said that she will not sacrifice her acting career with marriage, but she said in family aspect she can combine the two. Rachael Okonkwo Husband can be an actor she said in some interviews given to her… And a man that will understand the kind of work she is doing and God-fearing and take her the way she is.

Rachael Okonkwo Movie

Teri Teri
Arthur One Eye
Onwa Na South
Left Over
Zee World Madness
University girls
Vale of Tears
Not My Child
Justify My Love
Eno my calabar love
Ijele the princess of fire
Local Prostitute
Please leave my husband
Tears Of Betrayal
The Gods Anger
Bloody War
Paw Paw the guitar boy
Nkoli Nwa Nsukka
Sister Esther
Open & Close
Royal War 2
Nkoli NWA Nsukka Interview By Newton-Ray Ukwuoma 

How did your journey into the movie industry begin?

It began in 2005 when I officially joined Nollywood. I acted in about 7 movies and stopped. The experience was terrible for me. I then joined the music industry as a dancer. I danced so much that people started calling me ‘oteegwu’[Igbo: great dancer] because I appeared in most gospel music videos in the market then. I went back to Nollywood and continued acting and eventually the movie, “Nkoli Nwa Nsukka” came and gave me the break.

Did you ever encounter s3xual harassment in the beginning?

No, I did not, and I have not. It is not the way people talk about it.

So, why was the experience terrible?

I don’t want to talk about it. But, simply put, not many people believed in me in the beginning. So, it was difficult.


Were your parents in support?

I lost my father at the age of 13. My mother did not support my acting career initially because she felt I was not on the right track. But after she saw my potential, she became my biggest fan and supporter. Her prayers and that of my siblings and fans keep me going.

With your father’s demise, how was growing up for you?

It was not rosy at all after he died. I hawked corn, groundnut and did all manner of menial jobs to survive and helped my family. But I did not lose focus.

In that state, did you see yourself becoming famous?

Not really, even though I always believed in myself, fame actually took me unawares. I had no idea I will be where I am today. I give God all the glory.

You are famous for your role in the movie series, Nkoli Nwa Nsukka. What was your initial challenge of interpreting the role?

Before Nkoli, I had done Olamma, the Cripple, King Harold, and Marine Daughters among others. So, when I got the script after the audition, I was nervous and curious at the same time. I didn’t see myself as a comedian or someone who could play a comic character, so that was the initial challenge. But when we started shooting, the director had to work on me; and I got a better scene after scene.

You once said that not many people thought you would make it the industry because you weren’t tall enough and rich. Were these part of the difficulties you faced?
Yes, but that is in the past now.

Can you share one of your best moments as an actress?

One of my best moments as Nkoli Nwa Nsukka was when we were shooting Nkoli Nwa Nsukka seasons 5 & 6. We got to a location and people did not allow me to shoot because they saw Nkoli Nwa Nsukka. I never knew I had become that popular. In fact, I ran back inside the car and started crying, tears of joy.

How do you deal with stubborn fans?

I try to manage them very well because I see them as my well-wishers. Without people like them, we won’t feel appreciated. God will always bless my fans for me.

Any embarrassing moment with a fan you can’t forget?

Yes o. I came out of my car to inquire something from someone and on noticing I was the one, the young man jumped up and kissed me right on my lips. And this happened in a traffic jam; so, many people saw it. I can’t forget that day in a hurry. I felt so embarrassed that I felt like disappearing from there. It was one of those things.

Aside movies, what else do you do?

Property management; I buy and sell properties.

You organize carnival every Easter for children. How were this years?

The 2018 Nkoli Nwa Nsukka Children’s Easter Carnival was awesome. We expected no fewer than 20,000 children this year. We had thousands of gifts for them, bicycles, school bags, food items, clothes, books, and other learning materials. It took place at the Government Field, Nsukka and this year’s edition was the best ever. God has been awesome in my life and that is why I took it to the next level. Everything was double, double as it is said in local parlance.

This is the third edition. What is the motivation for the annual event?

It is my way of giving back to the society after all that God has been doing for me. Since Nkoli Nwa Nsukka came out people have been showing me, love. I appreciate all they have done and still do for me. This is my own way of saying, thank you. I also want to thank Aqua Rapha, Eforevo TV, and Royal Edge Celebration among others for supporting and sponsoring the carnival over the years.

I’m living my dreams — Senth5

Do you intend to bring it to Lagos someday?

Yes. The next one is likely going to be in Lagos. So, let’s see as it goes.

You love kids apparently, but how many kids do you intend to have?

As many as God gives me.

When should we expect the wedding bells to ring?

As soon as Oyom (Igbo: my fiancé) is ready for us to walk down the aisle (laughs).

Are you currently in a relationship?


How do you assess men for an intimate relationship?

The one that understands me more than all the men in the world, (laughs) the one that understands the nature of my job and is hardworking and has the fear of God in him will mostly qualify. I know, no man is perfect but kudos to those who try.

Have you ever been heartbroken?


How did you deal with it?

I picked up the pieces of my heart and moved on (laughs). You know how it feels watching someone you so much cherish leave you probably for another girl but thank God someone better has taken the place.

What makes Rachael different?

She doesn’t try to be like anyone else. She believes in the uniqueness of man and wishes everyone well because she doesn’t believe in competition.

Before you joined the movie industry, were there actresses you looked up to?

Yes. I looked up to Genevieve and still look up to her because she has lasted in the industry and is still holding it down. She is indeed an icon. I love and respect Tonto Dike very much. She is strong and passionate about her career. I can’t forget her words of encouragement the first time I worked with her. Funke Akindele is another actress I admire so much. She is in her own world and I respect her for that. Angelina Jolie is a role model too.

What inspires you?

I’m inspired by God, kids, and love for humanity. Nothing gives me joy like touching lives positively.

Do you plan to go into movie production?

Yes, but not anytime soon. Right time, I want to concentrate on my acting career.

What makes you cry?

Worship songs because they remind me of God’s goodness in my life. I can be so emotional with such songs.

What do you think should be done to take Nollywood higher?

We need more investors. Funding has been a major challenge. Marketing is another challenge but with proper funding and monitoring of the market, we can take the industry to the next level. Shout out to those who have remained steadfast in the game. The industry keeps getting better by the day.

What has fame deprived you of?

The same old me. I am trying to be the same old me, but it is getting difficult by the day.

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Destiny Etiko Biography – Husband, Parents, Date of birth, Movie, Pictures

Destiny Etiko Biography – Husband, Parents, Date of birth, Movie, Pictures

Destiny Etiko Biography

Destiny Etiko is an actress, Scriptwriter, TV personality and a model.She was Born on August 12, 1994. And her Birth sign is LEO The young actress hails from Enugu State from Udi Local Government precisely…Destiny Etiko joined Nigerian Nollywood industry in 2012, where she passed the due procedures by registering with the AGN (Actors Guide of Nigeria) Enugu Branch. She attended many auditions.
Destiny Etiko & BabaRex
She grew up in Enugu State where she was trained for her primary and Secondary Education before moving to Anambra state to complete her Tertiary Education. Destiny etiko saw her limelight after she featured in Ernest Obi mindset blockbuster movie titled “Idemili” a movie directed by Ernest Obi and produced by Onye-Eze Productions.



She was nominated in 2014 for Best Promising Actress in Nigeria at the City People Entertainment Award. This young lady can act in Igbo and English, she is versatile and has created a good niche for her self that got her attracted to movie producers and directors in Nollywood…

Some people are asking some questions about this young celebrity Destiny Etiko and below are the questions asked by her lovely fans

Destiny etiko husband? She is not married yet… she is still single.

Destiny etiko date of birth? She was born on August 12, 1994.

Destiny etiko boyfriend? she didn’t disclose her relationship secrets to anyone.

Is Destiny Etiko married? She is still single.

Destiny etiko pictures? Goto, her Instagram handle and watch as many as you want. @destinyetikoofficial

Destiny etiko mother? Her mother’s name is Eucharia Etiko…

Below is the interview she made with Vanguard News in 2015…

Tell us about you?
My name is Etiko Destiny. I’m from Enugu State, Udi precisely. I had my primary and secondary education in Enugu, while my tertiary education was in Anambra State. I got into the movie industry in 2011. It wasn’t easy then because I had to grapple with school and my acting career. I graduated from the school in 2012 and I’m doing my youth service at the moment.
I did a movie in 2012, though it was released in 2014 titled Idemili, produced by Ernest Obi and shot in Enugu. The movie gave me a nomination at the City People Awards and it brought me into the limelight.
So far, how many movies have you done?
Before Idemili, I had done some minor roles in movies like Airline Babes. But after Idemili, I’ve done so many good jobs. Four of the movies where I played a sub-lead role recently came out, namely Black Xmas, After Wawa, More Trouble and School Trouble, etc. and others that are yet to be released.
Destiny Etiko & Zubby Michael
In a recent interview you granted, you said your dad was against your becoming an actress….?
My mum was actually acting when I was younger. So what I meant was that my mum loved acting and wanted to take it up as a career and my father agreed initially. But later on, acting started taking most of her time as it is very demanding. My dad then told her that it was better for her to quit and concentrate on her family and business. Those days, I used to go with my mum to movie locations. My father asked my mum to quit acting because it wasn’t giving her time to perform her duties as a mother. So, when I wanted to venture into acting, my dad told me that since I’m a woman who would get married someday, acting will not give me time for my family the same way it did my mum. So, I explained to my dad that I’m still young and unmarried when I get to that bridge, I would cross it. So at the end of the day, he accepted.
So what if you fall in love right now with a man who wants to get married to you by next year, how would it affect your acting career?
Before I started acting, I’ve always said I will never work for anyone, but rather be independent doing my own thing. I read marketing. Acting is something I love and I’m passionate about. So whoever I’m falling in love with or having a relationship with should understand that I love acting and that I’ve been doing it before we met.
Does it mean you can’t quit acting for any man?
I’ll have to look for an understanding man. Probably, there has to be an understanding that there are some roles I shouldn’t do, like smooching, kissing, caressing and all. I would agree to that because I love him and want to keep him. He shouldn’t stop me from doing what makes me happy. Most people who are married and still into acting are not doing it for the money, but because of the love and passion, they have for it. So, the man has to understand, I can’t ask him to quit his job.
Has your mother ever told you that she regretted leaving acting?
As a matter of fact, she once said she isn’t happy she left. But she had to do it for the peace of her home and so she supports me completely in what I’m doing.  
Has she ever told you she misses acting?
Of course, she has.
What has been your experience as regards sexual harassment in the industry?
Sexual harassment is everywhere, not just in Nollywood and I won’t lie to you that I’ve never experienced it, because I have. There are people who would want to deprive you of the role given to you because you didn’t sleep with them. Some will even sleep with you and still not give you the role. So, it is left for you to know yourself and know your job. If you can act well, your blessing will locate you. If you want to sleep around, it is your choice but it cannot guarantee your getting roles often. So many girls who have succumbed to such harassment have come to regret it.
Destiny Etiko & Joyce Kalu
Don’t you think that being localised in the eastern part of the country limits your scope?
Not at all, apart from doing movies in Enugu, Asaba, and Owerri, I’ve done movies in Lagos and Benin. The truth is most movies are shot in Enugu. Most big marketers and producers come from Lagos to Enugu and Asaba to do movies. 
What kind of roles do you have an affinity for?
As an actress, you have to be versatile. You don’t have to be stereotyped and that’s what makes you an actress. I can’t say this is exactly what I love doing, I do all sorts. In all modesty, the roles I’ve done so far; village girl role, glamourous girl or the usual everyday girl, I think I did them well. Personally, I know when I’ve done something well and when I’ve messed up.
Has there ever been a role you feel you didn’t do well?
There was this movie I did in 2011 and that was my first time acting with Mercy Johnson. I was given four scenes to do with her. Tchidi Chikere was the director of the movie. It’s not really as if I didn’t do well, but I lacked complete confidence because I was a beginner. But everything in life takes a gradual process and you get better by the day.
As an upcoming actress, is there a role you wouldn’t do?
I don’t think so. Like in Idemili, I carried a life python. In another movie, I played a tomboy. There’s really no role I won’t take up. It might not be completely perfect, but I will do it.
What has been your experience with men, within and outside the industry?
The normal thing is, as a good-looking, promising young lady, you’d surely have a lot of toasters around.
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Chinenye Ulaegbu Biography – Age, Career, Family, Movie, Wiki, Contact

Chinenye Ulaegbu Biography – Age, Career, Family, Movie, Wiki, Contact

Chinenye Ulaegbu is a fast-rising Nollywood star, a fitness trainer, a  model and also a dancer.  She attended her primary and secondary education in Nasarawa State. She was born in 1994. Chinenye Ulaegbu moved into Enugu state in 2012 and got admitted to study banking and finance in IMT (Institute and Management and Technology) and graduated with 2017 class. 
Moving into Enugu after her  secondary education with nothing but her luggage and not knowing who she was or who she wanted to be, Chinenye Ulaegbu has done so well for herself in recent years, she danced on stages for money, she Did a lot of ushering, she walked on runways, did some magazine shoots, did calendar job and appeared  in some music videos. She’s really a strong hard working woman that is worth emulating. There’s no doubt that her hustle and resilience will take her places.

She took her first movie role in 2015.  Where she played “Udoka” in the movie “the stone” produced my Chuks movies ltd and directed by Ikechukwu Onyeka where she did amazingly well. In the same year,  she got cast again by the same filmmaker  where she played the role of a street girl in the movie “Asa wa wa”, Ulaegbu took a break from the industry to complete her studies after she played the role  of a side-chick in the movie “Dear Emily” a movie by Media Royal  in the same year.
Chinenye came to the realization that she would actually make it big in Nollywood when her movies started showing on Africa Magic Epic in 2016. “I thought I was done with acting until I watched myself on screen”, Chinenye Ulaegbu quoted, she also said “i didn’t do so badly but I knew I had a lot to learn if I wanted to stand out in my craft”.

So she took some acting classes at screen academy and films (SAF) in 2017. Chinenye Ulaegbu graduated top of her class on acting and she landed her first lead role in the Igbo movies “Onuma and Nkem”. In January 2018 Chinenye set a target for herself to do up to 20 movies as an intro to the industry.  
Her first movie in 2018 was “life” where she played the supporting lead role alongside Mary Lazarus, Yemi black, and Seun akindele. Immediately after that, she got cast for a major role in “Ojukwu” the series by ROK through an audition. After the movie “Ojukwu”, Chinenye Ulaegbu has been landing roles and shooting back to back.

She has done up to sixteen movies in 2018 and worked with great directors such as … Chris Enengi, Timber Emelobe, Okey Zubem, Caz Chidebere, Charles Uwagbai, Mustapha Edochie, Kenny Basil, Domben etc.. She’s hitting your screams hard. Ulaegbu she also featured in Ada Nike the movie produced by Ifeanyi Charles and directed by Ezeking Ugochukwu.

She’s a face to look out. When she isn’t on the set of any movie, she spends time in the gym working out and training other people. As a fitness trainer, Chinenye Ulaegbu gets the jobs of endorsing different gyms and still running her online fitness classes. She has trained hundreds of people in the past year and has a sports brand of her own called “Dioda sportswear”.

She’s currently working on expanding her brand to becoming the best sports brand in Africa. Chinenye Ulaegbu is also a model who landed her biggest endorsement in 2017, she’s currently one of Favhair ambassadors, she has her face on BRT busses running the streets of Lagos and she hopes to get more endorsements. 
Her social media contact, follow her on Instagram & Twitter  @diodafitness @diodasports Facebook Chinenye Ulaegbu.

What the heart sees
Trials of mape 
king Azula 
The sky warrior   
Costly mistake
The sapphic
The pregnant virgin 
Mr Lecturer
Blood and tears
Ada Nike
The stone
Asa wa wa  
Dear Emily 
Onuma and Nkem
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