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RMD advised me to go back to school when I was working as a bartender – AY



By Francesca Hangeior

Comedian AY Makun opened up on how renowned actor Richard Mofe Damijo advised him to further his education.

According to him, he was working as a bartender when he met RMD, who recommended he return to school after hearing about his desire to enter the entertainment industry.


He said that he had to stop and enroll in a degree program at Delta State University after a prominent actor advised him to do so.

The comedian stated this during an open discussion with Nollywood actress Iyabo Ojo. He stated that this decision ultimately led to his great comedy career.

He said:“I was doing all that it takes to get into the entertainment space. And somewhere along the line, I started working with NNPC Junior Staff Club as a bartender.

“That was what inspired my series, ‘Call To Bar.’ Everything around me; my stories, and my movies are all inspired by my experiences.


“When I was working as a bartender, I would see a lot of people the likes of Alex O and Shina Peters coming to perform. I would say to myself that someday, somehow, somewhere, sometime in life, I’m going to get into the entertainment space.
So, there was one time that I approached RMD when he came, a long time ago. We were talking and he advised me to go back to school. He said, ‘Education is important. Afterward, trust me, all these things would follow.’

“So, that was how I gained admission into Delta State University to study Theatre Arts.”

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What I Achieved While I Took A Break From Acting – Emeka Ike




Veteran Nollywood actor, Emeka Ike, who recently returned to the screen after a prolonged absence, has shared the significant strides he made during his time away from the industry.

In an interview with NollyNow, Ike explained that his break allowed him to develop new, iconic brands.

“My absence wasn’t really bad because it created room for me to build more brands apart from Emeka Ike you know. I now own Nollywood TV on Startimes and I am building other brands that are highly in demand,” Ike stated.

He also mentioned that his time away from the industry also allowed him to explore opportunities in politics.

Ike expressed his enthusiasm about returning to entertain his fans and fulfill his role as one of Nollywood’s pioneering actors. “We’re breaking the ice once again. I aim to keep entertaining my fans and meet their expectations,” he added.

Emeka Ike’s disappearance from the screen followed the end of his marriage to Suzanne Emma, who is half-Dutch and half-Nigerian.

It’s worth noting that their marriage which began in 2000 and produced four children, officially ended on July 13, 2015, following allegations of constant battery, leading to its dissolution by a Lagos Island Customary Court.

The Nollywood actor and film producer has found happiness again with his new wife, Yolanda Pfeiffer, and they have a baby girl.

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Singer Sean Kingston, mother accused of wire fraud, face 20 years in prison




Popular American singer Sean Kingston, whose real name is Kisean Anderson, has been indicted for his alleged involvement in a $1 million wire fraud scheme.

Kingston, along with his mother Janice Turner, was charged in a Miami federal court on Friday.

Daily Mail on Friday said according to the indictment, the scheme involved making fraudulent payments through banks that were never processed, resulting in the accumulation of over $1 million in property.

Kingston and Turner have been charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and five counts of wire fraud.

If convicted, they face up to 20 years in prison on each count.

According to the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Florida, the defendants “unjustly enriched themselves by falsely representing that they had executed bank wire or other monetary payment transfers.”

The payments, however, never went through, allowing the defendants to obtain $1 million in property without payment.

Kingston was previously arrested nearly two months ago in California, shortly after a SWAT team raided his rented mansion in Southwest Ranches, Florida.

The Broward County Sheriff’s Office stated that the “Beautiful Girls” artist was taken into custody on a Florida warrant for numerous fraud and theft charges. His mother was also arrested that day.

Following his arrest in May, Robert Rosenblatt, an attorney representing Kingston and his mother, told the Associated Press, “We are aware of some of the allegations being made against both of them. We look forward to addressing these in court and are confident of a successful resolution for Sean and his mother.”

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Yvonne Jegede loses child to cholera




Nollywood actress and movie producer Yvonne Jegede has mournfully announced the devastating loss of one of her children to cholera.

The actress shared the heartbreaking news with her followers on Instagram, revealing that she has been the sole financial supporter for three children, one of whom, Olamide Ajimuda, recently passed away.

Jegede disclosed that she first met Olamide when he was in Primary 4, and he was expected to advance to Junior Secondary School 3 after the summer break. Unfortunately, Olamide’s life was cut short by the disease.

In her post, Jegede also shared a bittersweet update on the achievements of the two other children she supports, who recently graduated from secondary school.

One of them is Olamide’s sister. Despite her financial limitations, Jegede expressed that these accomplishments bring her a sense of fulfillment and completeness.

Since 2019, Jegede has been managing the financial responsibilities for these children, a task she attributes to divine providence.

She expressed her gratitude for the strength and support she has received, acknowledging that her faith has been a guiding force throughout her journey.

“I’m heartbroken because I lost one of my children to cholera. Olamide and I met when he was in Primary 4 and was supposed to go to JSS3 after this summer break. The news broke my heart. I am also happy that two of my children graduated yesterday from secondary school, and one of them is Olamide’s sister. I don’t have all the money in the world, but this makes my world complete. Since 2019 till date, I don’t know how I do it, but my God provides enough to carry them through.

“Rest In Power Olamide Ajimuda,“Jegede wrote.

Netizens Reactions…
Aisha Lawal commented: ““So sorry sis.”

Mercy Johnson said: “So sorry, blood.”

Judith Audu said: “So sorry. May the Lord continue to bless you.”

Loveness Schishakwe said: “So sorry pliz but them new slippers.”

Delight Nwachukwu said: “Ah ah so sorry sis. I love you for this; you’re superhuman.”

Mariam Longe said: “I’m so sorry sis. May our good Lord continue to replenish you, emotionally and financially. Well done sis.”

Mary Jay Blaq said: “This is sad. God bless you.”

Edith Joseph9678 said: “God bless you.”

Eseyoma said: “You also doing a great job.”

Abiola_1279 said: “This is a bit melancholic. Take heart.”

The Heph Ibahco said: “God bless your soul and grant Olamide rest.”

Joyous Gloria said: “The world needs more people like you. God bless you endlessly.”

Mickey Creates said; “You are sooo human.”

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