Arguably, most of our Nigerian celebrities always like to gift themselves something worth mentioning whenever they are celebrating their birthday as in the case of below two Nigerian celebrities who purchased a luxurious houses for themselves as a birthday gift in last month, September.
Credit Source: Instagram.
1. Ime Bishop Umoh
The 40 year old Nigerian comic actor, Ime Bishop popularly known as Okon Lagos who celebrated his birthday on 30 of August share the good news of purchasing a new house for himself on 1st of September. On sharing the good news with fans, the actor said he never believe he would get an abode as big as such but big enough for a little more than two for himself and his wife. See photos of the mansion acquired by the actor below.
Credit Source: Instagram/okonlagos.
2. Mercy Eke
The winner of Big Brother Naija season 6 housemate, Mercy Eke also acquired new luxurious house for herself in September. The reality TV star dazzled her fans with the great news while her birthday celebration was ongoing. According to the actress, that is the second house she was blessed with in a space of two years. Fans and colleagues rejoiced with her as they pens down a congratulatory messages and words of prayer for the actress. See some of the photos of the house uploaded by Mercy below.
Credit Source: Instagram/official_mercyeke.
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