Caroline Danjuma Opens Up on Remarrying, Says She Would Love To Return To Her Ex
Renowned Nollywood actress, Caroline Danjuma, popularly known as Carolyna Hutchings, has expressed her desire to embark on a new chapter of her life, even if it entails rekindling her relationship with her former spouse, Musa Danjuma. The couple officially ended their nine-year-long marriage back in 2016.
Actress Carolina Hutchins drops hint about going back to ex-husband Musa Danjuma
Renowned Nigerian movie star turned politician, Caroline Danjuma, has expressed her intentions to enter into matrimony once again with her former spouse, Musa Danjuma, whom she affectionately referred to as her soulmate. During a recent interview, the entrepreneur showered Musa with praise and appeared to harbor no ill feelings towards the father of her children.
I Wouldn’t Have Left My Marriage if I Had the Experience I Have Now - Actress Caroline Danjuma
Nollywood actress Caroline Danjuma, also known as Carolyna Hutchings, expressed her desire to reconcile with her ex-husband, Musa Danjuma. The couple ended their nine-year marriage in 2016 due to irreconcilable differences. However, in a recent interview with media personality Innih Emah, Caroline revealed that if she had the wisdom and experience she possesses now, she would not have left her marriage.
7-Year-Old Girl Kidnapped as Gunmen Attack Yangoji Village
Gunmen invaded Yangoji village in Kwali Area Council, Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and kidnapped a seven-year-old girl on Wednesday. Suleiman Musa, a resident of the village, reported that the gunmen attacked the community in the early hours of the day, firing several rounds of bullets and entering some houses to kidnap the girl.
Nassarawa State Government postpones the inauguration of 7th assembly indefinitely.
The Nassarawa State Government has postponed the inauguration of the seventh assembly earlier scheduled to hold on Tuesday indefinitely. Mr Ibrahim Musa who is currently the acting clerk of the house, made this known in his announcement made in the state's capital Lafia, stating that the postponment was necessary as a result of security advice to Gov.
U-20 World Cup: Flying Eagles stun Argentina 2-0 to reach quarter-final
According to the vanguard news,In a stunning display of skill and determination, Nigeria's U-20 national football team, popularly known as the Flying Eagles, emerged victorious in their round of 16 match against Argentina, securing a well-deserved 2-0 win. The thrilling encounter took place in the ongoing U-20 World Cup, and the result propels the Nigerian team into the tournament's quarter-finals.
Declare your assets before May 29 – CCB to Tinubu, Shettima, Govs
President-elect Bola Tinubu and vice-president Shettima Kashima have been ordered to declare their assets ahead of their inauguration on May 29. The Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB) also requires governors to declare assets by May 29. CCB Chairman Mohamed Isser's special assistant, Mustapha Musa, made the announcement during an interview with reporters in Abuja.