Actor IK Ogbonna’s biography

Read IK Ogbonna biography to find out how this actor, model and media personality made his successful career in Nollywood! A handsome man and a talented actor, IK Ogbonna seems to fit any character one offers him to play on screen. Is it nature’s gift or he has mastered the highest level of acting skills? Let’s find out! Nigerian actor IK Ogbonna biography: Ikechukwu Mitchel Ogbonna was born on January 11, 1984. He originates from the area of Abia State, which is in the south-eastern part of Nigeria. Education: Lagos State is a place, where he obtained the primary and secondary education. After finishing school, he got the First School Leaving Certificate as well as the West African Senior School Certificate. Later, enrolled at University of Jos in Plateau State, where he got a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology. Career: Finally, the destiny made him lucky to find the right way into the Nigerian Movie Industry. Since that moment, the life of IK Ogbonna has changed. He has starred in more than 100 Nollywood films, checkout some of the movies. “30 Days in Atlanta “Playing Safe” “A Wish” “Love Lorn” “Beach 24” “5 Waves” “Pebbles of Love” “Disguise” “The Devil Lives Here” “How not to Fall in Love” “Oyoma” At present, IK Ogbonna is one of those attractive actors, who keep on “gathering” female hearts in the Nigerian Entertainment Industry IK Ogbonna awards are: an award from Fine Arts by Milo (at secondary school) Most Promising Actor in Nigeria by City People Entertainment Awards Best New Act to Watch at the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards Best Actor in a Supporting Role by Africa Movie Academy Awards IK Ogbonna’s wife IK was reported to have dated many actresses. Ogbonna was reported to have dated Juliet Ibrahim, but some misunderstandings led to their breakup. Soon, God blessed him with Colombian model Sonia Morales. She was born on January 19, 1991. IK Ogbonna met Sonia Morales thanks to their friend Oma. She thought[…]

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Actor Jim Iyke speaks on alleged arrest at Lagos airport

Earlier it reported that talented Nollywood actor Jim Iyke was allegedly arrested in Lagos on Monday, August 27, at the Lagos airport. According to reports, the young man was arrested for reportedly slapping a Dana Air staff. This news on hitting the internet spread like wild fire and became a topic of discussion. Just few hours after this incident, the actor in a phone discussion with Pulse revealed that there was no arrest as he is still surprised about how people frame up stories. Iyke said: “I am surprised at this news. I am presently seating at the Dana Air office about to board my flight. I missed my flight and when I got to the airport, I wanted to try and see if I could make it because the plane hadn’t gone, they even tried speaking to the pilot but it was late. They had to put me on the next flight. My sister just called me to ask this same question because she said her old school friend called her and told she held about my arrest. I have been at the airport for two hours. I don’t know why people will come up with stories like this.” It was earlier reported that Nollywood actor Yul Edochie in a recent interview disclosed that he isn’t taking after his father or under any pressure to be better, rather he is trying to fulfill his dream.

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Uti Nwachukwu shares his thoughts on marriage and his career as an actor

– Uti Nwachukwu has finally answered fans who have been wondering when he will get married – The actor and TV presenter explained that he would love to get married and start a family, but he doesn’t know when that will happen – He also spoke about why he started keeping dreadlocks Many have wondered why popular Nigerian actor and media personality Uti Nwachukwu has not gotten married. He explained why in a recent interview. Uti said he has long term plans to get married but a failed trip to the US made him realise that one cannot be in total control of everything. “I used to have “long term plans,” about everything in my life! But history has taught me, that you can’t be in total control. You can only hope. I learned that the hard way, back when I was 22 or 23. I thought I had my life figured out. But I didn’t—and ended up, having to start all over again.” He added that he will definitely get married as he would love to start his own family but he totally does not care about when that will happen. “Yes. I have hopes. I mean, I would definitely like to get married and start a family. I don’t know if it’s now or later. I really don’t care when,” he told Vanguard. The Big Brother All Stars winner also revealed why he started keeping dreadlocks. “I’ve never been a plain person. Even before I grew dreads, I used to have a bushy Afro. I used to want to do crazy patterns in my hair. It’s just who I am, you know. I’ve always wanted to wear dreadlocks. But I told myself, “I’m going to wait until I graduate”. So, I started wearing dreads in 2009, the year I graduated. I said then, “I’m never cutting this hair unless I grow bald or I’m paid a truck load of money”. Right now, I don’t think anyone, here in[…]

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I would have been a better father If I had kept my family in one place – Nollywood actor

Nollywood actor, Ayo Badmus recently opened up on fatherhood – The middle-aged actor revealed that he would have been a much better father if he had kept his family in one place – He also shared how life for him has been as a father and husband Parenting is a job most people agree they learn as they experience it. Nollywood actor, Ayo Badmus recently opened up about fatherhood. The middle-aged actor shared some insights on being a good father and revealed that he would have been better at the job if he had thought to put his family in one place. Speaking to Punch, Ayo defined fatherhood as a major responsibility which must be attended with all seriousness and alertness. He said: “Fatherhood means responsibility. It is being a father to your children, a head of the house and a person who takes responsibility for everyone in the home. A father is like an umbrella where every other member of the house takes shade.” Although Badmus is a proud father of two boys, he admitted to wanting a girl and shared how much of his love and care he would have poured on the baby girl, had he been opportune to father one. When asked if he wished for a girl self, he said: “Yes, I still want a girl. I want to carry the girl. The love I had been unable to express to the boys, I want to shower her with all the emotions. I will name her after my mother and sing for her; dance for her and all that. My mother gave me some songs before she died and I want to sing them for my girl child.”

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