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I broke a bottle once on someone’s head , says Toke Makinwa in ‘On becoming’

Toke Makinwa

Toke Makinwa popular Media personality in her just released book titled ‘On becoming’ talked about so many things that happen in life which we may not be able to comprehend, so many ups and downs, heartbreaks, pains and many more negatives, but in the end, the ability to overcome these things is what makes one a winner.

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We have no plan to stifle Nollywood – Lai Mohammed

Federal Government has distanced itself from the controversy trailing the Motion Pictures Council of Nigeria, saying that it has no hidden agenda to stifle the industry.
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, made the confession on Monday, when he received the report of the Review Committee of the Motion Picture Council of Nigeria (MOPICON), in Abuja.

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Nnenna Nwabueze–Okonta

‘Living in bondage’ star -actress, ‘merit’ opens up My late husband was a very jealous, possessive man

Her real name is Nnenna Nwabueze–Okonta but she is fondly called Merit, following the visible role she played in that pioneering Igbo movie, ‘Living in Bondage’.

This beautiful mother of six children disappeared from the screen immediately after the film was released into the market in 1992. She was married off, and her heartthrob, Chief Okonta, who died few days to their 22nd wedding anniversary, on March 15, 2016, wouldn’t want to lose her to another man. Hence, she disappeared from the screen to solidify her marriage, and, after 20 years of building her marriage, the husband allowed her to stage a comeback to her first love- acting, in 2014.

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