IGBO CELEBRITY BIRTHDAY

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Today,is the 17th Day Of July ,a lot of people were born on this day, so we celebrate them, But These Are Three Igbo People Who Are Always putting the Igbo culture on The Map,And Making Us Proud So we Celebrate Them.

1.Nonso Diobi

Nonso Diobi

Born July 17, 1976,He is a Nigerian actor and film director.
While studying Theatre Art at the University of Nigeria, he made his debut on-screen appearance in a 2001 film titled Border Line. Nonso is a native of Nawfia, a town in Njikoka, Anambra State, Nigeria; and has starred in over 150 films

2.Cha Cha Eke Faani

Cha Cha Eke Faani

Charity Eke, popularly known as Chacha Eke Faani, is a Delta State-based Nigerian actress. Her rise to fame came when she starred in the 2012 drama film, The End is Near.

Cha Cha was born in Ebonyi State, South Eastern Nigeria, to a middle-class family. She had her basic education at ESUT Nursery & Primary School in Ebonyi State, and completed her secondary school education at Our Lord Shepherd International School in Enugu.She graduated from Ebonyi State University with a B.Sc degree in accountancy.

She is the daughter of Ebonyi State Commissioner for Education, Professor John Eke.[4] She got married to Austin Faani a movie director in 2013, and they’re now blessed with two girls which are Kamara Faani and Kaira Faani.

3.Ihuoma Linda Ejiofor

Ihuoma Linda Ejiofor

Linda Ejiofor (born Linda Ihuoma Ejiofor) is a Nigerian actress and model known for her role as Bimpe Adekoya in M-Net’s TV series Tinsel.

She was nominated in the category Best Actress in a Supporting role for her first feature film, The Meeting (2012), at the 9th Africa Movie Academy Awards.Tony Ogaga Erhariefe of The Sun Nigeria listed her as one of the 10 fastest rising Nollywood stars of 2013.

She was born in Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria; and She is the second of five children. She is a descent of Isuikwuato in Abia State, Nigeria. She attended Ilabor Primary School, Surulere. She then furthered her studies at Federal Government Girls’ College, Onitsha, and studied sociology at the University of Port Harcourt.

She initially wanted to work for an advertising agency. In an interview posted on The Nation, she said that she’s fond of acting, and changed her mind about pursuing a career in advertising. She hopes to direct films in the future.

We Wish Them A Many Happy Returns
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