Star Of The Week

Regina Daniels

In 2014, she acted and produced  a film named “Musical  Whispers ”  a  movie  that  advocates  for  loving  care  for  children  with  autism. 

Her following movies inculdes: Hostages,  Shallow Waters,  Zenith , Red Light, Moving  Fingers, Chetanna, Black Rose, Stingy Millionaires, Karma, Road to Yesterday, Powerful Babies and More. 

She has also earned awards as: As Best Actress, Best  Supporting  Actress in  Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards, Best  of Nollywood Awards  and  City  People from  2017 – 2020.

Ebere Okaro Onyiuke is  a very popular icon  and  movie  actress  in  the  Nigerian movie industry (Nollywood).

She  is  known  for  her basic  roles  as  a  Mother,  Mother- in- law,  Aunty, Sister  and   Grandmother. 

She  was  born  on  the 19th January  1964  in  London  but  raised  in  Enugu  Nigeria  that  happens  to  be  her  state  of  origin. 

She  began  her  acting  skills  in  her  primary  school:  Santa  Maria  Primary  School  and   Continued at   Nsukka  in  Queen  of  the  Holy Rosary  Seecondary School. 

She  furthered  her  studies  in  education  at  the  University  of Calabar, Cross State.  There she earned a Bachelor Degree in  Theatre  Arts.

Though  her  mother  was  a  tv producer  and  her father  was  an engineer. 

After  her  graduation,  she  served  at  the NTA( Nigerian  Television Authority) during her Youth service.

After  her  Youth Service, She worked in an embassy in lagos and later in a bank before  returning permanently  to  the  Nigerian Movie Industry (Nollywood).

She is now known as one of the Notable Nigerian Actress with the likes of  Ngozi Ezeonu, Patience Ozokwor, Uche Ebere Agu, Joke Silvia, Chioma Chukwuka, Chinyere Wilfred and More. 

She is known to act with the likes of K.O.K, Mike Ezuruonye, Destiny Etiko, Jerry Williams, Pete Edochie, Alex Usifo Omiagbo and More.

Regina Daniels

Regina Daniels is a Nigerian actress and film producer who is known for her roles in Nollywood movies. She became a mother in 2020 when she gave birth to a baby boy with her husband, Ned Nwoko.

In the past, Regina Daniels has been vocal about her love for motherhood and has shared several pictures on her social media accounts documenting her journey as a new mom. She has also expressed her belief that motherhood is a beautiful and rewarding experience.

It is not uncommon for new mothers to feel a sense of awe and wonder at the miracle of life and the experience of motherhood. It is a unique and challenging journey, but one that is filled with joy, love, and personal growth. It is wonderful to see public figures like Regina Daniels sharing their experiences and encouraging other women to embrace motherhood.

Anita Joseph

That’s great to hear! Actress Anita Joseph and her husband are celebrating their 3rd wedding anniversary. It’s always heartwarming to hear about couples who are still going strong in their marriage.

Anita Joseph is a popular Nigerian actress and singer, who has appeared in several movies and TV series. She got married to her husband, MC Fish, on February 14, 2020, in a private ceremony attended by family and close friends.

Since their wedding, the couple has been sharing photos and videos of themselves on social media, expressing their love and admiration for each other. They have also been spotted at several events, looking happy and in love.

I’m sure Anita Joseph and her husband are grateful for another year together, and I wish them a happy wedding anniversary and many more years of love and happiness!


Olu Jacob

I can confirm that the news of veteran actor Olu Jacobs’ death is false. Actress Lala Akindoju, who is a close friend of the actor and his wife Joke Silva, has debunked the rumors and confirmed that Olu Jacobs is alive and well.

Lala Akindoju took to her social media account to address the rumors, saying “Uncle Olu Jacobs is alive and well. Very much so. I just got off the phone with him.”

Olu Jacobs is a highly respected actor in Nigeria and beyond, with a career that spans several decades. He has appeared in numerous movies, both in Nigeria and internationally, and has won several awards for his outstanding performances.

I’m glad to hear that the news of his death is false and that he is in good health. It’s always important to verify news before spreading it, especially when it concerns the lives of others.

Ali Nuhu

I’m sorry to hear that. Kannywood actor Ali Nuhu has lost his father, Alhaji Nuhu Poloma, who passed away on April 2, 2023, after a brief illness.

Alhaji Nuhu Poloma was a prominent figure in the Nigerian film industry and was known for his contributions to the development of Kannywood. He was also a former Customs officer and a respected community leader in his hometown of Gombe.

Ali Nuhu, who is one of the most popular actors in the Kannywood industry, is known for his outstanding performances in several movies and TV series. He has won numerous awards for his contributions to the Nigerian film industry and is also a recipient of the prestigious Nigerian National Order of Merit (NNOM) award.

Losing a loved one is always difficult, and my thoughts and condolences are with Ali Nuhu and his family during this difficult time. May Alhaji Nuhu Poloma rest in peace.


Yul Edochie

Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie, has slammed those who blame Nollywood for Nigeria’s challenges. In a recent tweet, Yul Edochie said that Nollywood is a reflection of society and that blaming the industry for Nigeria’s problems is unfair.

Nollywood is a major contributor to Nigeria’s entertainment industry and has been credited with putting Nigeria on the global movie map. However, the industry has also faced criticism for some of its productions that some people feel promote negative stereotypes or do not portray Nigeria in the best light.

In his tweet, Yul Edochie defended Nollywood, saying, “Nollywood didn’t create Nigeria’s problems. Nollywood is a reflection of our society. If you don’t like what you see in Nollywood movies, then work to change society for the better. Stop blaming everything on Nollywood.”

Yul Edochie is a respected figure in the Nigerian entertainment industry and has appeared in numerous movies and TV series. He is also a politician and ran for governor in Anambra State in 2017.

It’s important to remember that Nollywood, like any other creative industry, has its own challenges, but it also has the power to shape and influence society. Blaming Nollywood for Nigeria’s problems is not a solution, and it’s important to work towards addressing the root causes of these issues.