Connect with us

Gossips

It’s No Big Deal If My Wife Is Richer Than Me – Actor Kolawole Ajeyemi

Published

on

Kolawole Ajeyemi an Toyin Abrahma

Actor Kolawole Ajeyemi has said he sees no big deal in his wife and colleague in the film industry, Toyin Abraham, being richer than him.

 

The Dad of two who spoke to Tribune, said as long as he and his wife do not boast about their wealth to each other, it remains inconsequential who is richer of the two of them.

 

“I was born in 1979 and I have a lot of colleagues that know my age. As I said earlier, I joined the industry in 1997 and I believe she hasn’t joined the industry then. So, subtract my age from 1997 when I joined the industry and compare it. So, I am older than my wife.

Then on the issue of being richer or more popular, money or no money, popular or not, God is the one who owns money or fame and freely gives to whoever. Whether I am the one who is more popular or rich, or she is, the fact remains that we are both popular and rich. It is no big deal if my wife is richer than I am, in as much as none of us is being arrogant to the other over this.

There is no issue because, at the end of the day, it is good for both parties, you assist each other. On popularity, I am also doing well for myself. I have been in the industry and doing well even before I met my wife, and I make my living from what I do.

Currently, I have a business. I also have a large farm, a very big one. So, I am doing well for myself and I am okay with that. She is doing well too and I have never for once wished she comes down. I am not that kind of guy, I wasn’t brought up that way.

I pray she continues to go up and I remain at the top. But my wife is not older than I am, I was born in 1979 and a lot of people know this. So, for those talking all about whether she is older than I am or not, they are the ones who cause issues between husbands and wives. I want to say they should stop that. If they don’t stop, those in the marriage too shouldn’t allow talks like that to get to them.”he said

 

GET IT NOW

Gossips

I only ‘traffic’ comedy, not drugs – DeGeneral speaks following his release [Watch video]

Published

on

degeneral 2

Nigerian skit maker and comedian, Joshua Sunday, popularly known as DeGeneral, has released his first statement following his release from the Nigeria Drug Law Enforcement Agency’s custody on Monday.

The Instagram comedian made a clarification regarding his business, saying that he is not a drug trafficker.

Justice Daniel Osiagor of the Federal High Court on Monday, convicted the comedian alongside Caleb William, a cinematographer.

But in his ruling, the judge held that the volume of substance was minimal so rather than sentence them to jail, he warned them to “go and sin no more”.

DeGeneral took to his IG page on Tuesday and shared a video where he assured fans that he was alive, well, and prepared to go back to making skits after a short two-week absence.

The skit maker said; “As you all can see, I am alive, I am healthy, I am back to my house eating, and I am freshened up. I just want to thank the general public and to let them know that I am fine. And for you folks trying to reach out to me, showing your concern, I appreciate it a lot.

“I just want to want to debunk the news circulating that De General is a drug trafficker. I’m not a drug trafficker! If I was a drug trafficker, do you think they’ll allow me go like that? I only traffic laughter and comedy.

“So let’s get our facts right. De General is not a drug trafficker, and I love you all. I don miss to dey do skits. E kon be like say nah one year”.

Watch video HERE

GET IT NOW

Continue Reading

Gossips

Court remands Jaruma in prison for attacking Ned Nwoko

Published

on

jaruma ned nwoko

Popular aphrodisiac seller, Hauwa Muhammed also known as Jaruma, has been remanded in prison custody after attacking billionaire businessman, Ned Nwoko on social media.

Abuja Upper Area Court issued the remand order for Jaruma pending a bail hearing set for Friday.

The defendant was arraigned by the police following a petition by Nwoko to the FCT police command.

Nwoko had accused Jaruma of publishing falsehoods on her Instagram page against him and his wife, Regina Daniels, who is an actress.

He said Kayanmata seller claimed that she paid N10m to Regina to advertise her product but the actress reneged.

She subsequently went on Instagram to insult Nwoko, alleging that he is a victim of her Kayanmata.

The police subsequently arraigned Jaruma for defamation of character, false news publication and intimidation.

The Police Prosecutor, E. A Inegbenoise, told the court that Nwoko had reported the matter through a written petition from his lawyer to the FCT Police Command for proper investigation on January 20, 2021.

Inegbenoise pleaded with the court to allow Jaruma to remain in police custody pending investigation.

However, her lawyer, Mr James Odibe, in an oral application for bail, urged the court to grant the defendant bail on self-recognition or in the alternative, in the most liberal terms.

In his ruling, the judge, Ismailia Abdullahi, ruled that the defendant be remanded in Suleja Correctional Centre pending the bail hearing on Friday. He further adjourned the matter till February 23, 2021 for trial.

GET IT NOW

Continue Reading

Gossips

Court Convicts Comedian De General Of Drug Trafficking

Published

on

De General

A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has convicted a comedian and skit maker, Joshua Sunday, popularly called De General, for unlawful possession of 14 grams of Tramadol.

Also convicted alongside the 22-year-old comedian, is Caleb Ojana William, who was accused of unlawful possession of 15 grams of Cannabis Sativa, popularly called Marijuana.

Justice Daniel Osiagor convicted the two men after they pleaded guilty to a count each of unlawful possession of the banned substance, made against them by the National Drugs Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA).

The NDLEA through its prosecutor told the court that the two convicts on January 12 at No 2B, Saula Akinlolu Orchid, Lekki, Lagos State, had in their possession the banned substance without lawful authority.

The prosecutor had told the court that the offences committed by the convicts are contrary to and punishable under section 11 (c) of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency ACT CAP N30 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004.

The prosecutor also urged the court to sentence the two men as prescribed by section 356(2) of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act (ACJA) 2015, having pleaded guilty to the charge.

But in his judgment, Justice Osiagor declined to sentence the convicts. He cautioned them ‘to go and sin no more’.

GET IT NOW

Continue Reading

Trending

NgGossips.com