Popular Nollywood actress, Uche Jombo, has just sounded a note of warning to those individuals, brands who are constantly misinterpreting her name to be Uche Jumbo to desist from such doing such as it affects her film credits.
The actress took to her Instagram page to issue a disclaimer that her name is not Uche Jumbo as many do call her but rather Uche Jombo. The 34-year-old mother of one also went ahead to express her grievance, saying that she is yet to understand why some people felt it's right to go about bastardizing names of actors and actresses without minding how it affects their film credit.
In a short video shared on her page, the actress took time to school and correct many wrong Impressions people have been having about her name. According to her, the name Jombo which many has bastardized to be Jumbo is not her nickname but the name she was given when she was brought to this world by her parents. The actress also went on to state that she finds it weird and uncomfortable that people are still misinterpreting her name despite her countless corrections and years in the industry.
Furthermore, Uche also revealed that she would no longer be entertaining any promotional material that has her name misspelled. According to her, such promo ads won't be posted on her page no matter how big the firm is except they get her name right.
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