Uti Nwachukwu is in trouble over marriage curse placed by Tboss’ dad

Older sibling Africa champ, Uti Nwachukwu seems, by all accounts, to be asking for condemnations to fall on him, if the bits of gossip we are hearing concerning him and Tboss are valid.

A couple of days prior, reports asserted the BBNaija unscripted television stars, Tboss and Uti Nwankwuchu were arranging a mystery wedding after Tboss fell pregnant for the last mentioned.

All things considered, in the event that all are as announced, at that point it just implies that Uti Nwachukwu is asking for the condemnations Tboss’ dad set on any man that will wed her and her kin.

Review that last year, in response to a troll @Ophilia_drank who said Tboss’ dad, Engineer Vincent Idowu resembled a simmered he goat on his big day achieved the mayhem that has since gotten everybody talking. The BBNaija ex housemate’s dad likewise laid a revile on whoever will wed Tboss and her kin. See the post:

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ICYMI: 77-year-old woman graduates from UNILAG

A 77-year-old female retired worker was among the 1,008 students of the Faculty of Education, University of Lagos, who were awarded a first degree on Tuesday at the institution’s 2017/2018 Convocation Ceremonies.

The convocation was the university’s 50th.

The retiree, Mrs  Bridget Okonji of the Department of Educational Foundations (Guidance Counselling), told journalists that the achievement was her dream come true.

“I studied guidance and counselling and I am most grateful to God Almighty who made me see this day.

“I am a retired officer. I have worked in a lot of countries around the world and also in Nigeria, where I finally retired,’’ Okonji, with Matriculation Number  111305030, said.

She added that she went for the degree programme because she did not want to sit at home after retirement.

“You know when you retire like that, you will not want to stay at home and be dying slowly, she said.

According to the retiree, no one should feel too old to go to school as learning remains a life-long adventure.

“Education has no limit. It is from cradle to death in order for one to add value to the society,’’ she said.

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