EXPOSED!! How Uti Nwachukwu Allegedly Made Fancy Call Off Her Wedding/Relationship With Alex Ekubo (See This)
Recent reports have alleged that Nollywood actor Uti Nwachukwu caused the cancellation of the upcoming wedding between Alex Ekubo and his fiancée Fancy.
Previously, Alex Ekubo’s fiancée, Fancy, confirmed in a statement on her Instagram page that she had canceled her wedding to Alex for reasons unknown.
Following the unfortunate development, a blogger, Gistlovers, claimed that the actor was gay. He went on, hinting that Uti was involved in the failed relationship.
“Uti you can now rest I come in peace,igi pawpaw oni wo luwa o
Hello tueh tueh, Brosis Alex You can’t be everywhere bro,it’s either you for the gehs or for the prick,you wan carry wife for house wey you no go touch or maybe once Abeg o,live your truth,if you are here,let us know,if you dey there,let us know later then go come out come debunk,Na Una way I come in peace”.
Well, I could remember some time around 2019, Nollywood actor, Alexx Ekubo, was accused by Nigerians, that he is a Gay. He was accused of dating fellow actor, Uti Nwachukwu, an allegation they have both denied at several times.
On 10th of May 2021, Alex Ekubo and his fiancee Fancy Acholonu, announced their wedding dates on Instagram. Their traditional wedding will hold on Saturday, November 20th in Imo State, while the white wedding will take place the next Saturday, November 27th in Lagos State.
On the 26th August, 2021 it ended in premium tears.
In announcing the break up, Fancy took to her Instagram page on Thursday to confirm the rumours that the engagement between the couple had been called off.
MILITARY INVESTIGATING NDA ATTACK THAT LEFT 2 OFFICERS DEAD
An investigative committee has been set up to determine the cause of the attack.
Two military officers were killed and one was abducted by terrorists who invaded the facility early on Tuesday, August 24, 2021.
The attack has attracted widespread condemnation, a new low in the escalation of insecurity that has ravaged the country.
DHQ said in a statement on Wednesday, August 25 that the Chief of Defence Staff, General Lucky Irabor, has constituted a board of enquiry to ascertain the remote and immediate causes of the breach of security.
The committee will determine to sanction any personnel found culpable in the attack, and how to also prevent a recurrence.
DHQ spokesperson, Major General Benjamin Sawyerr, also denied media reports that personnel on duty at the NDA’s CCTV monitoring room were sleeping when the attack happened.
He said the Armed Forces’ highly trained personnel are dedicated to their duties of protecting lives and property of all Nigerians.
“Let me also assure that we shall continue to update the general public as events unfold as we are all aware the search and rescue of the abducted officer is still on,” he said.
President Muhammadu Buhari said in a statement on Wednesday said the attack would boost the morale of troops and their determination to decisively end criminality in the country.
He also called on Nigerians to appreciate the valiant efforts of the military, and unite to battle ‘against wickedness in the land’.
The Federal Government has struggled to contain the wave of violence that has affected many parts of the country, especially over the past couple of years.
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