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Polygamy: Georgina Onuoha slams Yul Edochie over latest comment

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Nollywood actress, Georgina Onuoha has slammed Yul Edochie over his latest comments about his second wife, Judy Austin Moghalu.

In an Instagram post, the actress described Edochie’s comments as insensitive, saying he cannot force people into polygamy as he did to his first wife.

Taking to his Instagram account, Edochie had said that marrying his second wife, Judy, has been a blessing.

The actor, who shocked his followers when he announced the arrival of Judy and a male child on Wednesday, April 27, 2022, said that marrying a second wife has brought him blessings.

He went on to say that his new marriage has also elevated his two ‘lovely wives’, adding that ‘God works in mysterious ways.’

Yul said that what people see as disappointment could sometimes be the beginning of their blessings and elevation in life.

Edochie admitted to have treated his first wife wrongly with the way he went about the second marriage, adding that he has sincerely apologised to her but insisted that “in the eyes of God things are different. God blesses differently. His ways are not our ways.”

In a reaction to this, Miss Onuoha, wrote, “..It’s one thing to impregnate another woman (adultery) while you are still married without discussing with your wife your desire to marry a second wife, which our traditions demand.

“Marrying the same woman without the knowledge of your wife until she finds out on social media via a blog, is the worst kind of betrayal of trust.

“Eyin, there is nothing noble in what you did. You don’t force polygamy on people when they are not prepared for it. Give them an option. Not everyone has the grace to be a polygamist.”

Polygamy: Georgina Onuoha slams Yul Edochie over latest comment

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Deaths in Nollywood: Odunlade Adekola seeks God’s intervention

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Famous Nollywood actor Odunlade Adekola has sought God’s intervention over the death plaguing the Nigerian movie industry.

This is coming after the death of another Nollywood actress, Wunmi Olowokandi who lost her life on Monday evening.

Wunmi’s death is the fourth in Nollywood in less than a week after St. Obi and Murphy Afolabi.

Reacting to the death of the deceased, Odunlade in a post on his official Instagram page prayed for God to shut the door of untimely death in the movie industry.

He wrote: “Unquestionable you are the LORD. I pray God will close the door of untimely death in our industry and in the house of every one of us in Jesus name.”

Recall that actor Murphy Afolabi’s death was announced on Sunday after he reportedly fell and slumped in his bathroom.

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Davido snubs Don Jazzy in his list of ‘OGs’ of Nigerian music

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Afrobeats star, David Adeleke, aka Davido, has snubbed veteran producer and singer-cum-music executive, Don Jazzy, in his list of contemporary Nigerian music legends.

He, however, mentioned Don Jazzy’s former partner at Mo’hit Records, D’banj, in his list of Nigerian music industry’s legends, otherwise known as “OGs”.

Davido dropped the list while appearing on the latest episode of Bootleg Kev audiovisual podcast.

When asked about the pioneers of modern Nigerian music, he said, “Definitely D’banj. He was one of the artists I saw while growing up. D’banj, 2Face…So, the big 3 then were D’banj, 2Face, and there was a group of twins called P-Square. Those were our OGs. They were the people that made this thing possible.”

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Deaths in Nollywood: Odunlade Adekola seeks God’s intervention over

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Famous Nollywood actor Odunlade Adekola has sought God’s intervention over the death plaguing the Nigerian movie industry.

This is coming after the death of another Nollywood actress, Wunmi Olowokandi who lost her life on Monday evening.

Wunmi’s death is the fourth in Nollywood in less than a week after St. Obi and Murphy Afolabi.

Reacting to the death of the deceased, Odunlade in a post on his official Instagram page prayed for God to shut the door of untimely death in the movie industry.

He wrote: “Unquestionable you are the LORD. I pray God will close the door of untimely death in our industry and in the house of every one of us in Jesus name.”

Recall that actor Murphy Afolabi’s death was announced on Sunday after he reportedly fell and slumped in his bathroom.

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