November 30, 2022

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Controversial Lifestyle Of Actress, Nuella Njubigbo

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Nuella-NjubigboThat nollywood actress,Nuella Njuigbo brought about the breakup in marriage between erstwhile Nollywood couple, Tchidi and Sophia Chikere is longer a news, when the sizzling affair between Tchidi and Nuella was established, no one could really fathom but the fact remains that affair culminated the 9 years union between Sophia and Tchidi which produced three boys

Recall it was reported that actress Nuella Njubigbo and this movie movie producer, director and actor have ended their love affairs, the reason stated was Tchidi had no choice that to end his illicit romance with Nuella as his in-laws and parents were struggling hard to settle the rift between him and his former wife. And recently sources have revealed that Tchidi and Nuella are still much together and obviously having the best of times,Sources disclosed that Nuella, who recently passed out of NYSC has moved out of her Okota family home and has now moved into a new house with the producer at Graceland Estate, Ajah. This new development occurred few months ago.

It was disclosed that few weeks back, Tchidi was sighted at The Palms Lekki where he been patronizing a furniture shop for his new home, which is still consuming new interior decorations. No doubt, it’s season of enjoyment for the beautiful Nuella Njubigbo who is said to have just acquired a brand new 2011 Toyota Highlander, SUV last December 2012. The wonder on wheels estimated to cost a whopping N8million.A source hinted all she cared about is the bulging purse of any man, busy body added is Nuella one of the A-list actress in Nollywood yet she lives an affluent life, her sudden wealth is said to have been traced to series of men she has dated in the past.

It was reported in the past that Nuella and Tchidi have gone their separate ways, what ensued according to a reliable source was when Nuella discovered that she wasn’t getting what she expected from Tchidi,she drifted and  moved to date a Russian based footballer, Emanuel Emenike. Her relationship with the handsome rich dude didn’t last a year as she was said to have met another lady with Emenike the last time she made a trip to Russia and that put a stop to her frequent visit to the place.

And no sooner did that crashed that gist merchant alleged she found her way into the heart of one of the eastern state Governor, who has romanced quite a few Nollywood actresses, according to findings, the nollywood actress and the said Governor were neck deep in a soaring relationship and Nuella herself, we learnt, seriously enjoyed every moment of the relationship till it lasts. If the relationship is still in existence, no one can tell since lover boy is now in picture.

…Meanwhile, Tchidi’s ex-wife Sophia Chikere has also moved on. The mother-of-three is currently dating a UK based businessman.

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