Cynthia Obi-Uchendu, the wife of media personality, model and lawyer, Chukwuebuka Obi-Uchendu, popularly called Ebuka, has said that there won't be a big birthday party for her husband this year.
Cynthia took to her Instagram story today to reveal why it's pointless throwing a birthday party for her husband today.
According to her, Ebuka is 39 years today, and it'll be wiser to hold on till 2022 when he'll be 40 before organising an elaborate party for him.
See the screenshot of her post on her Instagram story below
However, it's said that "life begins at 40, hence her opinion about shifting the party.
However, Ebuka has received a lot of birthday messages from his friends, fans and colleague on IG and other social media platforms.
See his photos and some comments below
Do you think it's right for Ebuka to hold on till next year before celebrating his birthday in a grand style? Please do well to share your thoughts via the comment section below.
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