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What Our Celebs Are Tweeting About

Lolz!! I saw this post on Vanguard and found it quite interesting. So I thought to share. Happy reading peeps!

Yvonne Nelson (Actress)

What a funny industry……I always sit back and smile.

Yvonne Nelson

Halima Abubakar (Actress)

Lol ‘ My fellow virgins please don’t be fooled w1th words! keep that for  the right guy, is this a line from a movie….?”

Halima Abubakar

Nana Aba Anamoah (Actress)

Interesting how mothers and wives become witches only when things are bad….dude examine your life! Illiteracy is a disease. This is 2012!

Nana Aba Anamoah

Patience Ozokwor (Actress)

If anyone had suggested twitter 15 years ago, they may get a beating, now you get a beating for not being on twitter.

Patience Ozokwor

Djinee (Singer)

He who thinks big of himself should visit the cemetery, then he would understand that this earth is a handful of dirt – BB status


Kate Henshaw (Actress)

Some things bring back childhood memories. Just had ewa agoyin and agege bread! Oh the joys of growing up in Mushin! Sweeet!!!

Kate Henshaw

Nadia Buari(Actress)

Ladies, no one can control how you feel about *U*.  Be proud no matter what size or shape you  are .Everyone is beautiful, don’t let anyone tell you otherwise

Nadia Buari

Ruggedman (Rapper)

Your passion has to be more powerful than the opposition of those around you. You  must be cleared about what you are going to do and persevere in doing it.

Rugged Man

Majek Fahsek (Musician)

It’s always those who claim they are fanatics for religion that are the real Pharisees. True worship is from the heart not just on the lips.

Majek Fashek

Adaora Ukoh (Actress)

Never forget 3 people in your life- Those who held you in difficult times, Those who left you in difficult times and Those who put you in difficult times

Adaora Ukoh



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