Check out kids of your favorite Nigerian ‘Oga’ actresses -Photos

We all love Nigerian movies what we do not know is that most of these female actresses are mothers to grown up kids. This is despite how they act.

We take a look at famous Nigerian actresses and their kids.

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1. Omotola Jalade

If you have ever watched any of her screen performances you know she is talented. We are however shocked to learn that she has 3 grown up kids.

Nigerian actress Omotola Jalade with her son aand daughter
Nigerian actress Omotola Jalade with her son and daughter

2. Patience Ozokwor

Patience famously known as ‘Mama G’  has three biological children and adopted five other children who bear her name.

Below is a photo of her daughter.

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Nigerian actress Mama G with her daughter,son in law and her grandkids
Nigerian actress Mama G with her daughter,son in law and her grand kids

 

3. Mercy Johnson

The celebrated actress is a mother of three. She is married to Prince Odi Okojie.

 Nigerian actress Mercy Johnson and her kids
Nigerian actress Mercy Johnson and her kids

4. Genevieve  Nnaji

Genevieve Nnaji is a mother to a 23 year old girl.

She gave birth to her daughter Theodara Chimebuka at the young age of seventeen. Coming from a strict Catholic family she opted to keep her baby.

Gennevive Nnaji with her daughter Theodara Nnaji

Gennevive Nnaji with her daughter Theodara Nnaji

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‘I Was Forced Into Marriage At 19’ – Nigerian Actress Patience Ozokwor Reveals

Nollywood actress Mama Gee and evangelist Patience Ozokwor has revealed that her early marriage deprived her the chance of conjugal bliss.

The veteran and brand ambassador of South-eastern descent, explained in an interview how she was forced into marriage at 19.

She revealed that her mother wanted her to get married on time as she was from a polygamous home.

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In an interview with a Ghana television station, RTV, she said,

It was not my decision to get married at 19. And if it’s not my decision it means I was forced into it.

I was forced into it many years ago, and I did not see any reason my parents were forcing me as I was still young.

And even at that age, I had so many suitors. You know when you come from a polygamous family and your mother is struggling for her own daughters to get married and this other one is also struggling for her own daughters to get married and when this one [suitor] came around and my mother said go and I could not make a choice. I was not allowed to make a choice.

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At the end, I had to obey my parents. I was not brought up to disobey them at all.

When asked if she enjoyed the marriage after she obliged her parents push, she added, “Sincerely speaking as a Christian I did not. The marriage was not easy at all for me as a young girl, it was not easy.

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She said no matter all she went through in the marriage she had to stay on because her parents eyes were on her and she could not jump from one man to the other.

Patience further advised women to remain in their matrimonial homes no matter what, adding that the only reason a woman should separate from her husband is when life is involved.