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I Got Married At 18 Because I Was Not Loved At Home




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Popular Nigerian relationship therapist, Blessing CEO has opened up on why she started dating at the age of 15 and tied the knot at 18.

The socialite was recently invited to the ‘ThisIsPop’ podcast where she addressed issues plaguing marriages.

She noted that marriages these days are spontaneous, instead of being thorough as they used to be in the past.

Blessing CEO recalled how, in the past, before a person gets married, his or her family goes to the partner’s side to make inquiries.

Additionally, she spoke on how lack of parental love drive girls into seeking it elsewhere.

She spoke on how lack of love at home had driven her to begin dating at the age of 15 till she eventually got married at the age of 18, a marriage which ended in divorce.

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See reactions to the video below;

ucheelendu said: “Very intelligent girl”

tbabypretty said: “Na y you dey date under aged boy in Unical cheating on Lucky in Ph”

ayzne_ wrote: “She’s absolutely correct on this one, 95% of marriages these days are because of pregnancy Although there are genuine partners who loves them selves deeply”

flotus_wendy1 said: “She’s saying the honest truth regardless what of how u feel about her”

ndukwu_nwanyinma said: “There’s alot of sense in she’s saying take the message and don’t mind the messenger”

ebychytoo said: “This Blessing de coordinate sometimes sha. But if she loose for chain, I no de understand her.. She spewed facts here tho”

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5 Kenyan celebrities who scored A in exmas




If you scored an ‘A’ in the 8-4-4 education system, then had it that you should take up a number of professions.

However, there is a couple of the 8-4-4 products who dared to follow their dreams and pursue their artistic talent despite performing quite well in school.

Today, we highlight some of the local celebrities who topped their class:

1 Fena Gitu

Fena, or if you like, Fenamenal, opened up about her academic life back in the days at Precious Blood Riruta. Arguably Kenya’s most sought-after female rapper, she disclosed that she was an ‘A’ student.

Speaking to Betty Kyallo, the sensational singer revealed that she scored A- in K.C.S.E, however, she still regrets not scoring an A.

2 wahu kagwi

Rosemary Wahu Kagwi definitely did not joke when it came to working hard in class. The 39-year-old mother of two was at University of Nairobi, where she studied for a Bachelor of Science degree and majored in Mathematics.

Even though she has never made her grades public, the former Precious Blood Secondary School, Riruta student must have passed with ‘flying colors’ to gain an admission in that particular field of study. She also holds a master’s degree in communication…Click Here To Continue Reading>> …Click Here To Continue Reading>> READ FULL STORY HERE>>>CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING>>>

3 Dj creme

Surprised? Well, wait for it… George Njuguna aka Dj Crème was index one in primary school, scored an A- in KCSE and graduated with a second-upper division Bachelor of Science degree in computer science from Kabarak University.

He is not only a master of disc joking, crème is a proven case of hard work never goes unpaid. Years back, deejaying was viewed as the easiest way out for those who did not do well in school. Dj Crème has disapproved the stereotypes.

4 king kaka

Kennedy Ombima, yes, we are talking about Kaka Sungura of the Kaka empire! The father of two was among the top KCSE students in 2006. An alumnus of Eastleigh High School, Rabbit scored an A- in the exams. He later joined Kenya College of Accounts where he graduated with a degree in accounts.

Rabbit, however, chose to rap instead of balancing books, a decision that, according to him, disappointed his parents.


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How Simeon Apata, The Military Father Of Nigerian Singer, Teni, Who Was Assassinated




Nigerian musician Teniola Apata, better known as, Teni the Entertainer is enjoying all the acclaim, fame and wealth that music offers.Her ‘Case’ and ‘Billionaire’ songs fell on fertile minds and hearts as has others. She is the 2018 Headies ‘Rookie of the Year’, 2018 Best New Artiste at the Soundcity MVP Awards Festival, as well as the Most Promising Act to Watch at the Nigeria Entertainment Awards in 2018. She is also a 2018 BET Awards ‘Best New International Act’ nominee. Surely, her stock is rising.

Few people, however, know that Teni’s father, Simeon Apata, was a retired Army Brigadier-General with the Nigerian army. He was also a civil war veteran.

Apata’s legacy is that he founded the Apata Memorial High School – an elite military-style private boarding school in Lagos, Nigeria in 1980.

The school, reported to have about 1550 pupils and 150 teachers, is regarded as a leading school in Oshodi-Isolo local government and one of the best in Lagos state attracting wards of the Nigerian elite.

Those in the know also say while alive, the army man confronted armed robbers and killed some whose menacing acts in his locality were a source of worry. While making sure his area was a safe haven it might have cost him his life when he was assassinated by gunmen on January 8, 1995. His death stunned Lagos and left a vacuum in his home. READ FULL STORY HERE>>>CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING>>>

Of that experience, Teni said her ‘Wait’ song was of the incident and in memory of her father…Click Here To Continue Reading>> …Click Here To Continue Reading>>

Wait tells the love story between my mum and dad. I got the inspiration when my dad passed and my mum was crying, wishing he could have stayed back,” she said.

The Apata Memorial Schools, in Isolo, now managed by his three wives are thriving and while Teni said she wants to be a “billionaire” even though her “papa no be Dangote or Adeleke,” folks say she sure is an ‘Ajebutter’ (refers to someone who has been over-pampered) and not an ‘Ajepako

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Sad News: “Hawaii Five-0” Star Taylor Wily




Taylor Wily, a Hawaiian-born former sumo wrestler best known for his acting appearances in Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Hawaii Five-0, and Magnum, P.I., passed away at the age of 56.

A family acquaintance originally announced his death on Hawaii’s KITV; she did not specify the cause of loss. Hawaii Five-0 producer Peter M. Lenkov also confirmed the news on social media, posting a selfie of himself and Wily.

“I am devastated. Heartbroken,” Lenkov wrote. He later posted a more lengthy tribute:

“T, as I told you many times, I fell in love with you at the first audition. You came in with a towel on your head mopping up sweat, and I was smitten. You charmed me into making you a regular… on the show… and in my life. You were family. And I will miss you every day, brother…Click Here To Continue Reading>> …Click Here To Continue Reading>>

Wily also appeared as Kamekona on fellow CBS reboots MacGyver and Magnum, P.I. He also made a cameo in the 20th season of The Amazing Race. READ FULL STORY HERE>>>CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING>>>

After the actor’s death, Wily’s sister Alyssa shared a video on Facebook of the family celebrating his life.

“Mourning and celebrating our favorite brother and uncle the way he would want us to,” she wrote. “Family, Food, Music and Good Vibes.”

According to Deadline, Wily is survived by his wife Halona and their two children.

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