Chika Ike is currently in the USA and she is taking some time off her busy schedules to have fun in the country after she attended a successful seminar at Harvard School of Business.
In new photos shared on her verified Instagram handle, she doled out a word of advice to her fans to identify their potential and cease wasting time with their lives doing unnecessary things.
Her post got the attention of her fans as they trooped under her comment section to gush over her.
She wrote: You’ll stop playing small when you know exactly what you’re capable of….. #liveyourdream
rechaelokonkwo: Queen ? It’s everything for me ❤️
mikeezu: A chic Chikalaaaaaa❤️?❤️
chachaekefaani: Yasss Queen ??
veronica_mame_adjowa_quansah_: My super woman ?❤️
noellaefeti: Awww so Gorgeous Adorable and beautiful princess my lovely dear
dewuabernardllordexking: Exquisitely pretty???????
Away from that, Female comedienne Maame Esi has taken to social media to cry out to her prospective husband over her ‘gnashing’ situation.
She looked to be pretty enthusiastic that 2021 would be the year she married in an Instagram post she shared. She lamented that the year is coming to a close in just 18 days, and she still hasn’t found a husband.
According to her, her greatest concern in 2022 is how long she would keep using her father’s last name without the title of Mrs.
She said: “It’s a very serious oo, eii? So I’m still going by my father’s surname in 2022? Why do Ghanaian men treat me so badly? Don’t I look attractive enough to you? Or I don’t the qualities of a good wife”.
Away from that, Thespian, Dorcas Fapson, has called out the management of Lagos State University Teaching Hospital.
The actress called out the hospital after three of her family members reportedly died there.
Stating that having a baby in Nigeria is like playing ”Russian roulette with life,” she claimed that there are many untrained doctors playing guess games with people’s lives at the hospital.
The actress revealed that her mother, step-sister and uncle died at LASUTH, adding that health care workers in the country don’t care about their patients and have zero empathy.
Outling the need for Nigerians to vote in 2023 and put in the right leaders, the actress added that her DM is filled with messages from people who allegedly shared similar experiences in the hospital.