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5 Nigerian female celebrities who built beautiful houses for their parents

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Parents are the foundation of every child, and some celebrities have prioritised making their parents happy.

Every parent’s joy is to see their child succeed and remember them as they do so.

Society has always assumed that men are the only ones who build houses for their parents, but this is not the case, as there are capable women who have built wonderful houses for their parents.

Five Nigerian female celebrities have constructed beautiful homes for their parents:

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Chizzy Alichi

The beautiful Nollywood screen diva revealed in an Instagram post that she had fulfilled her childhood dream of building her parents a house in the village.

Nigerian female celebrities who built beautiful houses for their parents
In that post, the Asaba-based Nollywood star recounted how she starved herself of the good life, prompting people to refer to her as a “mbeke” (local girl), unaware that she was saving to fulfil her childhood dream of building her parents a house.

She also revealed that the bungalow has a parlour, a kitchen, two toilets, four master bedrooms, and a dining room.

Regina Daniels

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One of the female celebrities who built houses for their parents is the young Nollywood actress who is now married to popular billionaire Ned Nwoko.

Nigerian female celebrities who built beautiful houses for their parents
In March of this year, the Nollywood actress shared photos of the house she purchased for her mother, Mrs Rita Daniels.
Regina did not reveal the house’s location, but it is undeniably beautiful.

Asisat Oshoala

Asisat Oshoala, Nigeria’s super falcon and Barcelona captain, is one lady who truly understands how to express gratitude.
Nigerian female celebrities who built beautiful houses for their parents
Asisat obtained the house for her parents while still playing for the Dalian Quanjian football club in the Chinese league.

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She posted photos of her parents’ new home on Instagram with the caption, “small girl, big God?? Thank you, Alhamdulillah.”
She reiterated her “parents first” principle on her Instagram stories, where she shared a powerful message admonishing her followers to prioritize their parents over everyone else.
Asisat Oshoala is wise; she not only wins in football but also in her family.

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Chidinma Ekile

Chidinma Ekile needs no introduction because she is one of Nigeria’s most popular female musicians.
Nigerian female celebrities who built beautiful houses for their parents
When her mother, Mrs Martha Ekile, turned 60, Chidinma shared pictures of the house she got her mother for her 60th birthday on Instagram.
In that post, she thanked her mother for everything she had done for them, but she also referred to her mother as her strength and shield.

Francisca Ordega
The Super Falcon star shared photos of her mother’s new home on Twitter.
While congratulating and professing her love for her mother, the Super Falcons star hinted at getting married after helping her mother build a house.

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Don’t come to Lekki, Sango – Portable warns TG Omori

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Controversial Nigerian singer Habeeb Okikiola, a.k.a Portable, has warned popular music director and cinematographer ThankGod Omori Smith, better known as TG Omori or Boy Director, not to visit the Lekki area of Lagos State or Sango for his own safety.

This is coming after Omori, on Tuesday, gave in to the Portable demands to shoot his video after constant attacks on social media.

TG Omori told Portable to send a song so that he would do the video, but he’s yet to disclose whether it would be free of charge or he will discount the $50k fee.

Following the proposal, the duo launched an Instagram live session. Portable, who expressed dissatisfaction at TG Omori’s expensive charges, queried the director for not loving him again as he begged for his assistance.

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He then jokingly threatened the music director not to visit Lekki or Sango for his own safety because there would be a fight if they met.

The Zazuu star wondered why the director was giving him attitude and stated that he should have continued with his offensive behaviour and seen what would have happened.

In response, TG Omori said it wasn’t personal, that he was only chasing after money before any other thing.

Recall that Omori had demanded $50k (over N22 million) for a video shoot from Portable earlier last month, which infuriated the ”Zazu Zeh” crooner, who enquired whether the director produced videos for ghosts.

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Temi Otedola celebrates six years anniversary of meeting her fiance, Mr Eazi

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Billionaire daughter, Temi Otedola celebrates six years after meeting her fiance, Oluwatosin Ajibade better known as Mr Eazi.

TheHeute recalls that the actress had earlier sparked a break-up rumour with Mr Eazi after she shared a teary cryptic post.

Contrary to what people speculated about her relationship, Temi took to her Instagram page minutes ago to share beautiful moments with her fiance to celebrate six years their stars collided.

Captioning her post, she wrote: “Yesterday, we met 6 years ago”.

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Mr Eazi opens up on his private love life with Temi Otedola

TheHeute recalls that Mr Eazi opened up on his private relationship with Temi Otedola.

The couple got engaged months back after Eazi popped the question to the love of his life.

In a recent interview, Mr Eazi stated that due to his low-key lifestyle, he could be married to Temi and no one would know.

The singer recounted how he popped the question to Temi and no one knew, until he announced the news of their engagement two weeks after.

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For him, he believes one shouldn’t publicize everything that goes on in their lives.

He said: “I was engaged for 2 weeks before the world knew that I was engaged. So is like, I could he married right now and you wouldn’t know and maybe I ain’t just wearing my ring.

It’s just how you feel, like it isn’t everything that should be outside”.

Temi Otedola opens up on her love life

TheHeute recalls Temi Otedola had opened up on the reasons she agreed to marry singer, Eazi after he proposed to her.

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During an interview on Beat FM, the beautiful daughter of Otedola who is also an actress and a model, revealed the real reasons she accepted his marriage proposal.

She said she felt a sense of peace with him like she has found her soulmate and she had never felt it with anyone else.

Temi Otedola affirms her love and commitment to Mr Eazi

TheHeute recalls that Temi Otedola reaffirmed her love and commitment to her fiance, Mr Eazi.

The actress shared photos taken from Mr Eazi’s music video, Legalized, where she was featured as his love interest. Captioning the post Temi stated that she wouldn’t walk down the aisle with anyone else.

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According to her, if it’s not Mr Eazi, then she wouldn’t get married. She wrote: “If e no be you, I swear I no go do!”.

 

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Dallas International Yoruba Movie Awards recognises Lateef Adedimeji for his role in Ayinla (Pix)

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The prestigious Dallas International Yoruba Movies Awards (DIYMA) has bestowed the special “award of excellence” on the multi-talented and cross-over actor Lateef Adedimeji for his outstanding performance in the movie “Ayinla”.

Mr and Mrs Kogberegbe, the CEOs of DIYMA, presented the award on Wednesday, 25th January 2023, during a “Meet & Greet” event organised in honour of the celebrity couple- Lateef and Adebimpe Adedimeji in Dallas, Texas, United States of America.

According to the organisers of the awards, “DIYMA recognises outstanding crafts and celebrates same as the opportunity presents itself. The interpretation and representation of late Ayinla Omowura (eegunmogaji) in the eponymous musical film presents a rare nostalgic experience that only the professionalism of Lateef and Dr Tunde Kelani can offer.”

Speaking further, the CEOs challenged the Yoruba indigenous filmmakers to do more in promoting the indigenous language film because language is critical to cultural identity. “On our part, we shall continue to support the Yoruba film industry in our little way. We believe strongly in the industry. We understand that promoting our language is key to preserving our culture. And our culture is the only undisputable commodity we can sell to the world’s admiration.”

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In his remark, Lateef Adedimeji expressed his happiness for the harvest of awards that “Ayinla” is attracting months after it was released. “I am proud and happy that ‘Ayinla” keeps getting the recognition and the accolades that it deserves. Thank you so much, Dallas International Yoruba Movie Awards (DIYMA). God bless you. Okay, guys, let us keep working; more to come”, he said. Adedimeji Lateef will be officially honoured at the DIYMA award night, set to take place on 25th June 2023 in Lagos, Nigeria.

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Directed by the foremost cinematographer in Africa, Tunde Kelani, “Ayinla”- an eponymous musical genre film on the late Apala musician, Ayinla Omowura, was produced by Jade Osiberu and grossed 92 million naira from the cinema exhibition only.

The DIYMA awards, now in its third edition, celebrate the outstanding performances of actors, producers, and filmmakers in the Yoruba movie industry and provide a platform for recognition and growth. This year, DIYMA is proud to announce an increase in cash prizes, with winners receiving between N100,000 Naira and N300,000 Naira, depending on the category.

DIYMA invites producers, actors, and filmmakers to submit their movies for consideration before the closing date of 27th February 2023. Eligible movies for this award must have only been uploaded on YouTube in 2022.

For more information on the DIYMA awards, please stay glued to our Instagram page @officialdiymaawards.

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