Nnewi: Chukwuma Innoson Daughter Weds in Grand style

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It was billed to be the wedding of the year. For those who may not understand, the bride is the daughter of the Nnewi Born Multi Billionaire Chief Chukwuma Innoson Of Innoson Motors Fame  who got married to Emeka Carter, the son of another Billionaire Louis Carter

,  Emeka Carter,  is the son of billionaire businessman Chief Izuchukwu Onwugbenu, chairman of Louise Carter Group,

See Pictures From The Marriage Ceremony  After The Cutand congratulations to the couple

 

Louise Carter is father to MUD girls, pictured above with their BFF, Genevieve Nnaji at the wedding Emeka and his sisters
 

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PHOTOS: Emeka Carter & Onyinye Chukwuma’s traditional wedding

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traditional wedding which held in Nnewi, Anambra state today. The groom happens to be the brother of her bestie MUD cosmetics CEO, Onyi Onwugbenu who she often calls "Chinny".
Their dad is billionaire businessman Chief Izuchukwu Onwugbenu, Chairman of Louise Carter Group while the bride's dad is also Billionaire businessman Chief Innocent Chukwuma, chairman of Innoson Motors….billionaire weds billionaire!
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Groom's mother,Bride,Groom and sister Onyi
 Bride and groom

 
 

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Confusion over P Square break-up rumour?

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Jude Engees Okoye, older brother to the PSquare twins Paul and Peter Okoye has tweeted an alarming message…

As you read this, the entertainment industry is reveberating with shock waves.

The reason(s) for the tweet isn’t clear as at press time and despite the tweet, Jude’s Twitter bio remains- “President/C.E.O Square Records, Northside Music Inc and Northside Entertainment Ltd. PSquare’s Manager/Producer Director …….what else…mypsquare.com”.

But then there are reports the tweet may not be unconnected to the alleged recent fights between Paul amd Peter Okoye.

Speculations are rife that the twins now fight over everything including songs, videos and ideas. Linda Ikeji exclusively reports that the twins had alledgedly fought physical on Wednesday April 16th forcing their dancers to intervene and pull them apart.

Other reports claim that Jude is tired of wadding in, settling the constants spats or even sometimes being a party in the vicious arguments; hence his tweet.

But then, despite evidence of Jude’s tweet, the Public Relations Executive to Psquare, Bayo Adetu, has decribed the story of Jude dumping his brothers as untrue.

He said…“I am too busy to give some wanna be blogger traffic, I don’t know where that report is coming from. Maybe they just want to get traffic to their site. It’s baseless and untrue”.

Nonetheless, we hear that family members, friends and industry professionals are racing to clarify issues with Jude with the aim of banishing such a thought, should it be true!

The PSquare twins are an international sensation with a story that spans back more than 10 years. They have won countless local and international awards, and are music idols worshiped by millions of fans around the world.

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Peter and Paul Okoye Still Insist On Breaking Up + Invites Lawyer To Share Their Properties

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The worst part is that they have invited lawyer to come and share property o. They want to share everything. The lawyer was at their house I think on Thursday. Peter said no more P-Square joint ventures. You know they own everything together, including a house in Omole, Parkview and Atlanta. Except something is done fast P-Square is about to be finished. But I know that people have been intervening and begging them to reconsider, that they are the biggest musical duo in Africa. Nobody will benefit if they split. The power to make money is in their togetherness.

It is Jude people are begging to keep the brothers together, but after what he tweeted yesterday, it may truly be over for P-Square. Jude has really tried for his brothers, for him to give up may mean it's over for them.

He practically put his entire life on hold for his brothers. Even sold his first car to shoot their first video but all that is about go come to an end like he tweeted. The only thing that can save the situation is if by a miracle Jude and Lola settle their differences but I don't see that happening"

Oh dear. Hopefully, these boys will find each other again. They are brothers, they have to. Long live P-Square! May they never break up.

 

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Anthony-Claret is a software Engineer, entrepreneur and the founder of Codewit INC. Mr. Claret publishes and manages the content on Codewit Word News website and associated websites. He's a writer, IT Expert, great administrator, technology enthusiast, social media lover and all around digital guy.
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Sex, Nudity And Half Of A Yellow Sun

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Over the weekend in Lagos, Oscar nominee and BAFTA award winner, Chiwetel Ejiofor lays claim to the fact that Half of a Yellow Sun is not just a Nigerian story but an international story which has its implications and relevance across the world. The movie which was centered on love could not have left the original plot out which talks about the Biafran war.

By now you probably have heard of Half of a Yellow Sun, but no one has told you about the nudity and sex scenes, by the way it was artistically done. Thandie Newton came out of the bath tub naked with her bare boobs, Chiwetel and Thandie Newton had sex and there was another sex scene in the movie – again all were artistically done. The question is, can Nigerian actors ever go all the way in movies like these people did (remember Chiwetel and Lupita in 12 Years a Slave)?

Toni Kan, a film critic and author said the sex scene was well done, ‘you can’t be in the bath tub and be fully dressed or start covering your body when your husband enters the room like we do in our movies, Nigerians would love it and after all Ghanaians have done more than that.’ He added that it justified the description in the book. Besides this is collaboration between Nollywood and Hollywood and certain things have to be made as real as possible.

A renowned journalist, Steve Ayorinde, said nothing is offensive, ‘part of the reason we don’t do well in our movies is because we don’t speak cinema language, and nudity in movies is given unnecessary attention, you can’t be in your bath tub and be clothed. Movies that win the Oscar are doing it professionally and the actors and actresses see it as their job and the press doesn’t make a big deal out of it. Also, our acts put restriction on themselves and film makers too and that would not have allowed them go that far. In addition, our movies are not professionally and maturely shot, we need to be lightened up about that and start being professional.’

Shaibu Husseini, a journalist and movie critic went on to say that the movie sure has to do with arts and it contributes and advances the story, he doubts if we could do it. ‘Thandie is a professional and convinced it would help the film, we are from a society where normal parts like that are daring and misinterpreted. It’s just an actress portraying her character. Biyi Bandele even played down on some of the descriptions.’

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I’ve got a mean ass! — Daniella Okeke

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Danielle Okeke, the Lagos Cougar voluptuous actress, is not one to walk the conservative lane when it comes to flaunting her God-given asset -her butts.

The light-skinned actress, who studied fine and applied arts at the Delta State University, doesn’t just get attention in movies, she also uses the social media to flaunt her sensuality.

Last  week, she took to her Twitter page to express the hotness of her asset through a picture she posted. According to her: ’I ve got a mean ass, and I mean that’.
Daniella sure knows her selling points.

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STANLEY IGWILO WINS MR IDEAL NIGERIA 2014

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Stanley Igwilo  representing Taraba state is Nigeria’s perfect gentleman as he has won the most coveted crown of Mr. Ideal Nigeria 2014. The crowd went wild when his name was announced as they celebrated his victory.  The event was held at Bespoke Centre , Lekki and according to Ayotunde Fabamwo,“2014 was a great show and i am proud of the choice of a winner. The Mr Ideal Nigeria is committed to empowering young men, we are not selling a dream, we are building a future for the young men who are contesting in our pageant. We are confident that the new Mr Ideal Nigeria will benefit the country and will move us all a step closer toward building a greater Nigeria”

The crowd was hyped up and cheering and the contestants looked hot in their traditional, swim wear and evening wear. The crowd went wild every time the contestants came out but the cheering grew loudest when Mr. Enugu, Mr. Taraba, Mr. Adamawa, and Mr. Mr Lagos  took the stage. The crowd came to a fever pitch when the top five contestants – OYO. NASARAWA, TARABA, SOKOTO, AND ADAMAWA– were called out onto the stage.

Proud supporters screamed for their contestants of choice but it was unanimously agreed that Mr. TARABA deserved the crown. He will represent Nigeria at the Mister Africa International 2014. Runner up (Mr Ideal Nigeria – Earth) Mr Adamawa Mohammed Bikolo will represent Nigeria at the Mr Earth pageant , and 3rd position (Mr Ideal Nigeria – Tourism) Prince Alozie of Nasarawa will represent Nigeria at the Mr Tourism United Nations and 4th Franklyn Nwosu will represent Nigeria at the Face of Fashion Africa

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Oh I didn’t feel bad losing the Oscars — Chiwetel Ejiofor

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Celebrated Nigerian-British actor, Chiwetel Ejiofor was in the country last weekend for the premiere of the blockbuster movie, adaptation of Chimamanda Adichie’s Half of a Yellow Sun. Showtime Celebrity cornered the ‘12 Years a Slave’ star, who played the lead character in the film as he talks about his involvement in the film, his Oscar nomination as well as his blossoming career.

How do you feel playing the lead role in the film adaptation of
Chimamanda’s “Half of a Yellow Sun,” especially when you have not visited home for such a long time?

I haven’t been out of the country for too long. We shot the film in Calabar  about a year and six months ago. I feel really excited about starring in the film. It is one film that I am deeply passionate about. I’ve known Biyi Bandele for about twenty years now. We talked often since I featured  in a short film he made some years ago.

We talked about wanting to make a film in Nigeria,  trying to combine all of the possibilities and make a large scale film in the country. My mother introduced me to Chimamanda Adichie’s  book in 2007, not long after it came out. She just found it deeply affecting and very beautiful.

So, it was a perfect confluence of events when Biyi Bandele  told me he was adapting the novel for the screen and we started to plan how we could take the project out there. I was desperate to tell this story. I feel incredibly privileged, happy and delighted to be in a position right now to be presenting this film here in Nigeria.

After ‘Half of A Yellow Sun’ and ‘12 years a Slave’, we hear that  you may be the villain in the next James Bond movie. How true is it?

In terms of the Bond thing, it is speculation at this point. You will be the first to know when I know. It’s been a remarkable time for me this year and I am part of the experience. I have been in Nigeria making this film.

I am so passionate about it. It is so much a part of my own family history and heritage and very directly in terms of the war my grandfather experienced. I wanted to relate and express it in some ways. I think the projects I have been lucky to be involved with have been very meaningful to  me.

In  2006, you were nominated for the BAFTA Orange star  award by 2014. You have won the award. How did you feel losing out of the major one, the Oscars?

I felt fine. I felt like the film, 12 Years a Slave has been so wonderfully celebrated and it was really received in the spirit that has remained with many people across the world.

I just felt incredible joy for the film itself, winning the Academy award; for Lupita winning the Academy award; for John Ridley winning the Academy award, for all of us who were nominated for the extraordinary moment. Also, for Steve McQueen an extraordinary film maker who makes rare, special and precious films.

I felt very happy. In the end, it’s always the celebration of cinema and celebration of film.

I think it is incredible in this part and extraordinary commitment from an actor. I give credit to the profession. I was happy to see him win as well and I was also thrilled for her film and thrilled for the diversity that was in the entire reward system. I think the diversity in film is good for business.

Did you find it very easy relating to the role  you played in the film?

  I played Odenigbo who is a Professor in the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. At the beginning of the film, he is in a relationship with Olanna, played by Thandie Newton.

He is described variously as a revolutionary, as somebody who is focused in a way on the ideas of a kind of exposed separatist to ideology in terms of how the Igbo nation met the aggression they were faced with after independence. In the course of the conflict, he learnt a lot in terms of the cost of everything.

The cost of political movement, cost of his relationship. One of the things, I loved about the film was that people were constantly learning, constantly growing and our relationship are constantly developing in the midst of conflict.

It’s not that the conflict then should have overtaken every other thing that is happening and of course, that has never been the case in conflicts. People learn about each other.

They grow with each other, sometimes they fall in love with each other in the face of the wilder implications of the conflict that happen and this is a story about the beautiful book by Chimamanda Adichie with extraordinary character which is very dramatic to  me.

What is your impression about the Nigerian  actors?

We have a terrific cast. It didn’t surprise me because one of the reasons I wanted to work and make film in Nigeria is because I feel there are a lot of incredible talents in Nigeria that are sometimes not totally recognised internationally.

I wanted to be part of it, at least, bringing a bit more recognition to that and so, we had the likes of Genevieve, and a number of people who are extraordinarily talented.

They have made a lot of films and are incredibly aware of the professionalism involved in the highest level of Hollywood of how to do it. I’m excited to be part of bringing a slightly broader recognition of Nigerian talents. Nollywood is recognised  throughout Africa and to get some of those people into European cinema is obviously very fine.

Are you open to working with more producers  in Nigeria?

Yes, I want to make films, harness and utilize Nigerian talents and potentials. I think there is a strong market for that overseas and that is why I was excited to make this film amongst other reasons. But I wanted to make it from here.

How Nigerian are you?

I don’t know how you measure these things. I was born in London, raised in Forest Gate, South London and brought up with friends and family who were also born in the same circumstance.

I love Nigeria as well. Of course, the country is a major part of my heritage and my family that I adore. I never claimed to be 100 percent through and through Nigerian as much as I would like to, but the truth is that I’m both  and I am also proud to be British.

There is no doubt that Britain has offered me an extraordinary opportunity in my life and I wouldn’t denigrate that for a second. But I am both things and I hope the internationalism of that can really contribute to something.

What’s your next project?

My next project is that I want to make a new film for Triple 9, which is directed by John Helper . We will be shooting in Atlanta, Georgia during  the summer.

How were you able to manage the Nigerian accent fluently in the film? 

It is not a mystery. My parents are Nigerian and Igbo. I spent a lot of time in Nigeria visiting families ever since I was a child and also, as an actor. You play with people and try to connect with those things.

Which of the Eastern states do you come from?

Enugu State.

How do you react to movies that do not portray Africans correctly?

Part of making this film is to redirect and reconstruct what I think is truthful of Africans, Nigerians, the continent and those of the diaspora. I feel it’s time to move away from films that are two-dimensional African character which don’t have any more place in the cinemas, quite frankly. I think the people need a lot of  times to understand the kind of post war as in second world war situation.

It’s no longer your grandfather’s Africa, it is a very diverse, different place than it was two generations ago. People have been slow sometimes to catch up with what Africa means and is and very specifically to me, it’s just a miniature Nigeria. I found it frustrating as well.

There are people who want to come here because they are aware of this kind of misconception. The African stories are remarkable with such strong narrative drives that people would be engaged with and at the same time, learn more about Africa.

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Banky W, Skales, others shine at Dream4 Nigeria premiere

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EME boss, Banky W last weekend shone like a million stars at the premiere of the  movie titled, “Dreams4niaja.”

The short documentary which features notable Nigerian musicians such as Skales, Eldee, Banky W among others is a profiling of young Nigerians, their expectations and dreams for a better Nigeria. The video captures what the Nigerian youths expect  from their leaders.

According to Banky W, “The purpose of the video is to inspire more Nigerians to believe in Nigerian dream. I charge Nigerian youths to take advantage of the technology to change their world”. He said.

The event which was compered by Adaure Achumba and Owen Gee , hosted Mr. Ray Mcnally who was responsible for the recording the of documentary as well as Banky W, who played a significant role in the documentary.

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Beverly Osu clinched a deal as the new face of Ivie Hair.

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Beverly Osu is in the news again, but this time around its on a bright note.   The model cum video vixen  just clinched a deal as the new face of Ivie Hair.

She recently flaunts the promo pictures on her Instagram page. According to her:’Beverly Osu, the mannequin, black diamond with a brain.

Skinny but no push over, might seem benign but larger than life. I don’t demand respect, I command it. I don’t read the news, I make it,’   she declares. This is the second deal the dark skinned beauty will be clinching, as she was made the face of Prestige Cosmetics     recently.

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Anthony-Claret is a software Engineer, entrepreneur and the founder of Codewit INC. Mr. Claret publishes and manages the content on Codewit Word News website and associated websites. He's a writer, IT Expert, great administrator, technology enthusiast, social media lover and all around digital guy.
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