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I bought my car by myself; no man did – Peju Johnson

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At the point when it was accounted for that budding actress, Peju Johnson, had purchased a Toyota Venza vehicle, some thought that it was distrustful in light of the fact that she had not been in the film business for that long.

Notwithstanding, in an interview with Saturday Beats, the role interpreter expressed that beside acting, she was engaged with different businesses and had no concern about whatever sentiments were communicated about the source of the car. She stated, “I purchased the vehicle with my hard-earned cash. I actually paid for it in mid 2020 but due to the COVID-19 pandemic , it couldn’t be shipped to Nigeria up to this point.

 “Individuals are entitled to their suppositions. They are allowed to state whatever they like. I have discovered that individuals who don’t have any acquaintance with one are the ones that normally have the most to state around one. It has become a normal thing to me and I don’t see it to be something to disturb oneself about any longer.

Many actors don’t earn a living through acting alone. Several of them are influencers on social media and they have other businesses. At whatever point they are contracted to represent any brand; they receive a befitting payment for it. I am an influencer and I likewise have different businesses. I sell female things. I don’t have much knowledge about male actors on this matter and my thought doesn’t suggest that a lot of them do ‘influencer jobs’. I have perused numerous comments on this issue online yet I truly don’t have the foggiest idea why that is so. I just gave my point of view.”

” Johnson additionally noted that she had heard that many actresses joined the business just to have popularity and meet affluent men in the society. She stated, “I have heard a great deal of that. We (actresses) joined the industry for various reasons. The facts demonstrate that many women join the industry for the reason you expressed. With respect to me, I have enthusiasm for acting and that is the reason I’m in the industry.”

The actress additionally conceded that some top characters frequently got her number and called her for relationships. She stated, “I get bunches of them. It got at a point that I sternly warned the individuals close to me about it. I disclosed to them not to give anyone my number without my authorization.

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On whether her fair complexion had been an advantage to her career, the curvaceous entertainer stated, “I don’t know it has. There are many actresses who are not fair-skinned, yet are doing very well in their careers. There are men who lean toward dark-skinned ladies. I am normally light complexioned; I didn’t alter my skin for any man.”

Requested what her favourite part of her body was, Johnson stated, “I love all parts of my body yet in the event that I need to decide, I would say my face.”

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Johnson, who expressed that she would be beginning work on her first movie production this year in February, likewise noted that she would love to see an adjustment in the manner way up-and-coming actors are treated in the movie industry. She stated, “I might want to see an adjustment in the manner way up-and-coming actors are dealt with. Commonly, they are not paid, and I don’t think that is adequate.”

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Maltina appoints Rahama Sadau as Ambassador

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Maltina appoints Rahama Sadau as Ambassador

The Maltina Company has appointed a well-known Kanywood actress, Rahama Sadau as her ambassador.

This is coming, months after the Actress was suspended from Kanywood. She said she took the appointment with pride and will work extensively, to make Nigerians  stick to Maltina as their source of refreshment .

The Senior Brand Manager of Maltina, Mrs Elohor Olumide Awe, on her part , said, her organization will continue with it’s innovation to keep Nigerians refreshed at all the times.

Olumide who spoke in Kano on Sunday when she led the management team of Maltina to launch two brand new Maltina- the Vanilla, and Pineapple flavours held at the famous Ado Bayero Malt in the heart of the city .

According to her, the idea behind the introduction of the two brand flavours was to  make their customers have alternative and varieties the old Classic brand .

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She said, “Having take into cognizance the importance of Kano as the commercial nerve center of the North We  decided to launched the the Vanilla, and Pineapples in the state for our teeming Customers to take advantage in the Month of Ramadan”

In an interview with a customer who is a student of Bayero University(BUK), Chat Barnabas described Maltina as her best drink.

On the newly introduced brands, Barnabas said it is unique because of its nice flavour .

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“I speak with millionaires” – Mercy Eke replies bad belle people

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Mercy Eke replies bad belle people

The winner of the Big Brother Naija show (season 4), Mercy Eke has responded to some bad belle people on social media, who mocked her for her Igbo accent.

Recall that Mercy Lambo has repeatedly been a subject of online troll largely because of her local accent which clearly depicts her origin (Igbo).

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However, the media battle started, after a fan admired Mercy due to her beautiful looks.

A lady reacted saying that the reality star is beautiful till she opens her mouth to speak.

Responding to the statement, Mercy told the lady that she opens her mouth to speak with millionaires on how to make billions.

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Nollywood Veteran actor, Bruno Iwuoha dies at 68

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Bruno Iwuoha is dead

One of the best Nollywood actor, Bruno Iwuoha, has died on Saturday at the age of 68, after a long battle with diabetes.

The information was released by the Director of Communications, Actors Guild of Nigeria, Monalisa Chinda Coker. it reads, “It is on a sad note that we announce the passing away of our elder colleague and active member of AGN Abuja, Bruno Obinna Iwuoha.

“He died in the early hours of this morning (10/04/2021) after a prolonged battle with diabetes.

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“Bruno Iwuoha hails from Ehime Mbano Local Government Area in Umunumo Umuanunu kindred, Imo state. He was aged 68 years, survived by his wife and six children.”

The National President, Actors Guild of Nigeria, Ejezie Emeka Rollas, said on behalf of the entire members of the Guild, he commiserates with the immediate family members, friends and fans.

He prayed that God would comfort them at this moment of grief and that all the souls of all faithful departed would rest in peace.

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