Getting pregnant is not a skill- Ruth Kadiri

Getting pregnant is not a skill- Ruth Kadiri advises women.

Popular Nollywood actress and movie producer, Ruth Kadiri sends a message to women who feel they have failed because of their inability to get pregnant. “You are not a failure,” she tells them.

Posting a quote from a motivational page on Instagram, @talesoftryingtoconceive.

Ruth wrote “Getting pregnant is not a skill.

It is not a talent that some people are better at than others. Stop beating yourself.

You are not a failure and it is not your fault.”

“Stop comparing your life to others. There’s no comparison between the SUN and the MOON. They shine when it’s their time.” She added.

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Ruth Kadiri Ezerigbe was born on the 24th of March 1988, in Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria. Her passion for acting started in the church, a truism that makes her see her career as a compulsory service unto God. While in secondary school, Ruth used to write stories, she started writing before going for auditions.

Her first audition was at Wale Adenuga Studios. A while after graduating from writing school, Ruth Kadiri wrote her first script, Wild and Dirty. Eventually, she started featuring in her movies as an actress.

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Former BBNaija housemate Ozo appreciate fans for supports

Former housemate of Big Brother Naija Reality Show TV Season 5 “Lockdown”, Ozoemena Chukwu a.k.a Ozo, expressed gratitude to his fans for their love and support in the house after his eviction.

The former housemate took to his Instagram page @officialozo_ to appreciate his supporters.

However, he states that if he had not made them proud, they should understand that he is a human that could slip up here and there.

He added that his fans gave him a chance to excel while he grabbed it with both hands and eyes on the prize.

“GRATITUDE FOR ALL YOUR LOVE.

“In life, we are given to make a difference and Big Brother Naija was that platform for me.

“You gave your all to see that I made it this far and the truth is you all, my family, the Superions, in particular, are the reason why I made it this far and I’m forever grateful.

“While I count on your support going forward, I hope that I have made many of you proud, maybe not.

“In any case, please understand that I am human and bound to slip up here and there, rest assured that I will pick up and make the most of everything that is laid ahead of me.“Thank you to the #BBNaija organizers for treating me like a king.“Thank you to@BetwayNg and all sponsors for taking care of me for 9 weeks.“To everyone who stood by me, I am very grateful.“Thank you for your patience.Thank you for your understanding.

Thank you for praying for me.Thank you for standing by me and most importantly.Thank you all for investing in me.“You have given me a chance to excel and I’m grabbing it with both hands and eyes on the prize.“I am Ozoemena Joseph Chukwu and I promise to give my best in the service of humanity.“God bless you all,” he says.

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