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Famous Nollywood producer and actress Tchidi Tchikere has announced that she is in her third marriage.
His first two marriages were to actresses Sophie Williams and Nuella Njubigbo.
Although he did not reveal the identity of the lady who many suspect is also an actress, the actor informed his followers that he had been married for a few months.
“Married! We did it here a few months ago…just to let my friends and fans know I’m fine and I’m HAPPY. God is on the throne,” he wrote.
He also posted a partial photo of himself and his new bride during a video call with his sister.
“I didn’t know my elder sister was taking a screenshot as a wife and I talked to her on video calls… chai. Honest picture,” he wrote in another post.
A serial groom, Mr. Chikere married his first wife, Sophia Williams, an actress, producer, skin care expert and entrepreneur in 2003.
In 2012, they went their separate ways. They have three children.
According to information, she is currently married to an actress, Desmond Dozie popularly known as Young Mula.
Two years later, Mr Chikere married actress Nuella Njubigbo at her family compound in Anambra State.
Their union was shrouded in controversy as the film producer married her industry colleague. Many wondered if she was the reason for the end of her first marriage.
News of a marriage crisis first leaked in 2021 when the couple unfollowed each other on Instagram.
Later, Tchidi confirmed that the marriage was over and gave reasons. They have a daughter.
It seems that Mrs. Njubigbo has aired her opinion on her ex’s marriage.
“Silence is not always pure. Telling my story on my YouTube channel,” he wrote on his Instagram page.
On his newly launched channel, he has a movie called ‘What My Ex Did’.
In this regard, it seems that the hatchet between Chikere and Mrs. Williams has been buried, as the latter congratulated her on her Instagram page.
“Congratulations, my G,” she wrote, to which he replied, “Thanks again, my G. Thanks for the good wishes. And tell me to take good care of that bobo of yours.
“We were too young when we did it. You were 18, and I lost you at thirty, but now you’re older and wiser… and so am I.’
Nuggets of ‘wisdom’
Meanwhile, the actress has some words of advice for people looking for love again.
In a post on his Instagram page. Mr Chikere urged people not to wait too long or remain unhappy for long.
“No one will pay you for how long you waited. How long were you unhappy? How long were you alone? We are all lonely birds.
“Choose you! Love your true friends. Fall in love with a good woman or man, no matter how long it takes you to find them, or how many times you try. You only have one life to live. above all, be at peace with God,” he wrote.
Born in October 1975, Mr Chikere is a Nigerian film director, producer and singer. He has more than 100 films and 2 music albums to his credit.
Among others, he has participated in films such as ‘Throwing Stones’, ‘Paparazzi: Eye in the Dark’, ‘Our Jesus Story’.
He also directed ‘Blood Sisters’ starring Oge Okoye. Genevieve NnajiOmotola Jalade Ekeinde, ‘Stronger Than Pain’, and ‘Dumebi’ starring Mercy Johnson.
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In 2007 Mr Chikere released his first music album titled ‘Slaps n Kisses’ produced by OJB Jezreel and Marvelous Benji.
The album features Rita Dominic, Pat Attah, Marvelous Benji, Jimmy B and OJB Jezreel.
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