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Isbae U makes more shocking revelation on his crashed relationship with Mummy Wa

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Popular Nigerian skitmaker, Adebayo Ridwan better known as Isbae U has again shed more light on what went wrong in his girlfriend with Kemi Ikuseedun better known as Mummy Wa (Kemz Mama).

Controversial blogger Gistlover had called out the skit maker for dumping Mummy Wa and going back to his ex girlfriend.

The blogger also accused Isbae U of extorting Mummy Wa of her hard earned money as well as hitting her over arguments.

Defending himself, Isbae U via his Instagram stories told his side of the story.

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On the domestic violence accusation part, Isbae U explained that indeed they usually have quarrels which result to phone dragging and cursing out each other.

“Now about the domestic violence, yes yes yes we had that in our relationship. But it was only shout, insults and dragging of our phones, there’s nothing I have said to her that she’s not said worse… and I am not saying that makes it right but .. when we have a misunderstanding she packs her load and leave little things. If I tell her, babe I think you should go home for a while to check on your family, she would say I am sure someone is coming to see you that’s why you want me to leave ” and because I don’t want her to doubt me, I always apologize and let her stay. I never for once hit her.. never never did I beat her.

All that’s making her angry is because this time I chose not to beg her to her to come back because I just wanted her to be the one to apologize for once.”

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He had earlier revealed that Mummy Wa gave him millions in their relationship, but he claimed that it was just a mere contribution to the house and car he bought and she had given out of love not forcefully.

He further revealed that he had started paying her back in bits, hoping to balance up with time.

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Charles Inojie: #MakeWeHalla movement shows it’s time to change culture of silence around domestic violence in Nigeria

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 Nollywood actor and director Charles Inojie has opened up what inspired he and actor Ali Nuhu to create the #MakeWeHalla movement against domestic violence.

In a recent interview with Wazobia FM, Inojie noted that he wanted to use his platform to change the culture of silence around domestic violence, and he realized that the way to do it was to make noise.

“When we all keep quiet, the abuser, perpetrator of this act of abuse seems confident to do more. But when we speak up and against the abuse without being violent, it sends a signal to the perpetrator that he should desist.”

Inojie continued, “This evokes what prompted myself and Ali to decide to join our voices for this matter. We thought about it and arrived at the fact that we all are guilty if we continue to keep quiet, and watch domestic abuse happen around us. “Make We Halla” is actually a call to action to everybody around to say “if you see something that is bad, speak out and do not keep quiet.”

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Ali Nuhu and Inojie recently teamed up in a viral video, “Make We Halla”, that has continued to make waves on social media. In the video, the two friends start banging on their plates in a restaurant in an attempt to call out the domestic violence they witness. Other patrons join in on the halla in a moving display of solidarity, and the violence stops.

The two film stars have gone a step further to start the #MakeWeHalla challenge that has seen celebrities like Wumi Toriola, Kiki Bakare, and Tosin Olaniyan, and many other fans jump on the #MakeWeHalla train and lend their voice.

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Explaining the challenge during his interview, Inojie said, “We’ve been overwhelmed by how much support we’ve seen in this movement. It just shows how much we need this conversation. People have spoken up, shared their stories, and most importantly, committed to “Halla” whenever they see domestic violence.”

He continued, “The #MakeWeHalla challenge for everyone is very easy. Just go Tiktok or Instagram. Almost everybody is now on Tiktok, almost everybody is on Instagram. Take your phone. It’s easy. No rules, just halla your way. Anyhow, you deem fit to add your voice in raising awareness against domestic violence is welcome. Halla, talk am. Or if you feel like “I am someone that is shy’, you can go to the videos already uploaded -whether my own oo, or Ali’s own – you can duet. Just post with the hashtag #MakeWeHalla. And the beautiful thing is that joining in the challenge to create more awareness even gets you a reward. The best Halla video will collect brand new iphone 12..”

Going further, he said, “The hashtag is very important so that we can see the video. The hashtag is #MakeWeHalla. If you like, tag Ali or tag myself and for the prize we have, the middle of May will be the finale.”

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When asked about his motivations for “Make We Halla”, Inojie also revealed how an incident he witnessed as a young man further changed his mindset about the need to always speak up when domestic violence is witnessed.

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“By myself, as a little boy, I have seen one who, till today, lost one eye to domestic violence. That time, many of us could have done something in that same compound but we felt like we were concerned about it, because they are a couple and they will sort themselves out. So, all of those things are what we refer to as silent bystanders, passive. People just say “Wetin concern me?” or ignore and move on with their lives and in little time, major damage would have been caused. This has led to several innocent children losing their mothers and some becoming orphans. Hence, we say no to domestic violence, it shouldn’t thrive in our midst or our society. Let’s see a way, a movement to call people to action saying don’t keep quiet when you see domestic violence, no matter where it happens, no matter who it happens to, speak out but not in a violent way. Let’s Make We Halla!”, Inojie encouraged.

Links to #MakeWeHalla Challenge entries:

https://www.instagram.com/reel/C5bzgAhqf5w/?igsh=MXZ6Y2d0dmdjcHpwdg%3D%3D

https://www.tiktok.com/@jire_ogunleye/video/7361394106943245573?lang=en

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Meet Segun Ogedengbe, a versatile Nigerian actor and producer

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Segun Daniel Ogedengbe is a versatile Nigerian actor, movie producer, and skit maker with a rich portfolio of work in the entertainment industry.

Born on August 22, 1996, he is a graduate of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic in Abeokuta, Ogun State.

As a producer, Segun has spearheaded the creation of several acclaimed movies, including “Omo Jeje,” “Oba Korope,” “Agbara Eje,” “Ayo (The Scores),” and “Emi Ni.” In addition to his work behind the scenes, he has showcased his acting talent in films such as “Peregun,” “EMILOJU,” and “Labalaba,” among others.

Segun’s creativity extends to skit making, where he has produced engaging content such as “Idan,” “The Herbalist,” and “Trap,” featuring popular actors like Okele and Solaibi Gaji. Collaborating with other versatile Nollywood actors.

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Meet Segun Ogedengbe, a versatile Nigerian actor and producer

Meet Segun Ogedengbe, a versatile Nigerian actor and producer

Meet Segun Ogedengbe, a versatile Nigerian actor and producer

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After successful London premiere, Aiyefele Movie to screen in all major cinemas across lagos from May 3rd (Photos)

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On Friday 5th April 2024, Double Tees Productions premiered and screened the movie Aiyefele at the iconic Odeon Imac Cinema in Greenwich London.

The premiere red carpet was graced by hosts of Nollywood celebrities, from one of the lead actors Biola Adebayo, Bimbo Oshin. To celebrity guests Rykado Agbor and a host of others.

Aiyefele Movie (A Community on the Brink) is a riveting feature film that follows the journey of a community always on the brink of desolation; it struggles to find a cure for the plague killing its citizens as its beliefs and practices conflict with the new faith brought by missionaries. The people are threatened by a self-destructive culture,
assaulted by an endemic disease and oppressed by some evil forces until an unexpected visitor arrives to lead them from the drumbeats of sorrow to a vibrant tune of freedom.

Aiyefele features a respected ensemble cast in the industry, including Odun Adekola, Mercy Aigbe, Femi Branch, Bimbo Oshin, Biola Adebayo, Rotimi Salami, Lara Aiyeomoni and Akinola Akano. It is directed by
the award-winning Seun Olaiya.

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Set in 18th Century Nigeria and England, Aiyefele takes its audiences on an emotional journey of sacrifice, reflection, and redemption.
Executive Producers are Toyin Moore and Omotayo Utomi.

Feedback from the Premiere in London has been hugely positive, with the audience describing the movie as interesting, funny, emotional, with a wow effect and an immersive experience.

AIYEFELE Movie will be showing at Bluepictures cinema in City Mall Lagos from Friday 3rd May 2024.

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Check out pictures from the London Premiere below.

 

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