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“There Are Moments I Don’t Like My Wife” – Akah Nnani Speaks About Marriage

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Nollywood actor Akah Nnani has spilled about his relationship with his beautiful wife, Chidera Nnani.

During a sit and talk with Toke Makinwa, on the Toke Moments show, Akah Nnani disclosed what sustained his marriage.

Nnani, while speaking on his initial dislike for his host, Toke Makinwa, said he was the type who judged her but started coming to terms when he realized that she was loved everywhere.

During his discussion, Akah Nnani stated that his marriage is based on love, not likes. He spoke about the moments when he doesn’t love his wife or the times when the feelings are mutual, but it is the love that keeps them together.

The actor noted that love is complicated, and one has to love one’s partner’s demons to show genuine love.

“People marry for the wrong reasons everytime.
I will say love becasue there are moments and certain period of time I don’t like my wife, it has happend. And there are period when she does not like me because it is the love that keeps us.

Love is complicated, you have to love somebody’s demons. That is why it is love.”

Recall that Toke Makinwa spoke about why some relationships and businesses don’t work out despite adding efforts.

According to the media personality cum actress, God speaks to everyone in different dimensions, such as giving signals or communicating with our inner man.

Toke Makinwa made this statement during her show, “Tokemoments.” She called out many who blame God for their misfortunes in a relationship and claimed that finding oneself in a messy hole results from ignoring God’s words.

Toke Makinwa also said God does not punish the offender in a relationship because the wronged partner decided to follow the flesh.

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“Most Useless Airline” – Nkechi Blessing Fumes As She Calls Out Airpeace, Gives Them Ultimatum

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Nollywood actress Nkechi Blessing has called out popular airline Airpeace.

Taking to her Instagram page, she revealed that she had a flight scheduled for 1 pm, which they shifted to 3 pm, yet she didn’t throw tantrums. On getting to the airport, she learnt that the flight time had been once again shifted to 5:20 pm, and it was uncertain if they would take off at that time. Nkechi noted how this is the 6th time she would be having the same experience with the airline.

“I am going to try to be as calm as I can get. I have already exhausted my strength at the airport even though I didn’t display too much. I just showed them that I was angry and left.


Airpeace, how do you explain moving a 1 pm flight to 3 pm? 2 o’clock I left my house for the airport because the distance is just 2 minutes, and I learnt that the flight has once again been moved to 5:20 pm, which means that the time isn’t certain. This isn’t the first time Airpeace is doing this to me. This is actually the 6th time. You guys will move flights from one time to another and another, and then you will end up cancelling that flight. Which means everybody’s appointments, meetings, and business just went like that. Then someone will now tell me it’s your brother.

The only time we will have a problem is if I don’t get my refund”.

Calling the airline, the useless of all, she told them to refund her money before the end of the day, or they would see her wrath.

“Na God, go really help me punish @flyairpeace.

Most useless airline in the world goes to @flyairpeace na ogun go kee una if I no see my refund before the end of today bloody phools”.

@flyairpeace, you cannot continue to play with people’s emotions, time and money..262k na small money, but I want it ASAP, as I take rush pay am na the same speed I take want collect my money…Thank you very much

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”Liam’s Greatest Enemy Is His Grandfather” – Mohbad’s Widow Wunmi Reveals

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The chronicles of the drama surrounding the late Mohbad’s son seems to be far from over, as his widow Wunmi recently took to Instagram to throw direct shade at her father-in-law.

In a hastily deleted post, Wunmi wrote that Liam’s greatest enemy was his grandfather, and that life is funny.

It is no news that Wunmi and Mohbad’s father aren’t on best of terms since the late singer’s death, and the crux of their issue lays in the fact that Wunmi has refused to conduct a DNA test on Liam.

Ever since Mohbad’s death, the singer’s father has been quite persistent on getting a DNA test to ascertain that Liam is actually his grandson.

On several occasions, he has granted interviews, calling out Wunmi over her refusal to get the DNA test done. At some point, the matter reached the law courts.

Mohbad’s father isn’t the only person demanding for a DNA test, as online in-law Very Dark Man has also vehemently insisted that Liam isn’t Mohbad’s son, and that a DNA test should be conducted.

Very Dark Man’s quest for a DNA test for Mohbad’s son Liam created a rift between himself and Iyabo Ojo because both of them were on opposing sides.

Iyabo Ojo couldn’t be bothered over a DNA test, as her main concern was getting justice for Mohbad’s death. At some point, she accused Very Dark Man of thwarting her investment with the police by bringing up the DNA test.

The drama surrounding Mohbad’s death has been nothing but chaotic, with the likes of Naira Marley and Sammy Larry being accused of having a hand in his death.

Sam Larry is still facing the ire of millions of Nigerians, and randomly getting cussed out at any given opportunity.

A while ago, Sam Larry survived a car.

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Nigerian, Oluwole Sets New World Record For 75 Hours Vdeogame

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A Nigerian biochemist and auto dealer, Oside Oluwole, popularly known as Khoded, has emerged the new world record holder for the longest videogame marathon.

The Guinness World Record, GWR, made the announcement in a post on social media.

The 24-year-old Khoded set the record by playing a soccer videogame for 75 hours with over 500 games played.

He surpassed the previous 50 hour record set by Englishman, David Whitefoot, in 2022.

The biochemist embarked on the attempt to raise funds for a local hospital in his hometown, Iejbu-Ode.

Announcing Oluwole’s feat, GWR wrote: “Before no one in the past has broken this record by such a large margin as Oside has.

It was first set in 2010 with a time of 24 hours and gradually increased to 50 hours after being beaten seven times in 11 years.

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