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Getting pregnant out of wedlock my worst experience in life, says Adunni Ade

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Adunni Ade, Nigerian actress, says getting pregnant out of wedlock was her worst experience in life.

The movie star was reflecting on her past challenges and how she was able to brace the odds in an Instagram post on Friday.

The 39-year-old actress said the incident happened while she was in college.

“These past few days have been overwhelming! I remember when I found out I was pregnant with D’marion, it felt like the world came caving in on me. A whole lot happened to me,” she wrote.

“My dad was so hurt that his first daughter was pregnant (out of wedlock, I understood). I was a senior at college. It was the worst time of my life. All financial support was cut off! I was ill. My mum did all she could to stand by me.

“I felt as though I had failed in life as my hero was disappointed in me. I began facing so many challenges in life. My heart was so fragile I thought I’d never make it through because of how terrible my life had become.

“We didn’t have much! I mean nothing! One thing that kept me going was D’marion. The way he looked at me, gave a different meaning to life. His eye balls would pierce into my soul. He gave me hope! I recall promising him for as long as I had breathe in me, I would be the best mother I could be.”

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Mercy Aigbe laments high cost of food items in Nigeria

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Nollywood actress Mercy Aigbe has considered relocating to another country following in high cost of commodities in Nigeria.

For some time now, Nigerians have been battling with the high cost of food items and other essential commodities, and it seems this may not be ending anytime soon.

Hence Mercy Aigbe Aigbe, in a post shared on her Instagram page, laments that everything is super expensive in the country.

Mercy Aigbe added that she might consider relocation as she questioned her fans and followers on how much cooking gas, Diesel and egg is now sold in their area.

She wrote:

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Anyone That Eats And Drinks At A Funeral Lacks Conscience, Says Nigerian Filmmaker, Onyeka Nwelue

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Nigerian filmmaker, Onyeka Nwelue is not happy with people who go to funerals to eat.

According to him, such individuals do not have a conscience.

He took to his Facebook page to make the assertion and wrote:

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