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Why I Am Still Single – Skitmaker Ashmusy

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Popular Nigerian skitmaker and brand influencer, Amarachi Amusi, widely known as Ashmusy, recently opened up about her relationship status on the ‘Tell Your Story’ podcast hosted by fellow comedian Zicsaloma.

In a candid conversation, Ashmusy shared her reasons for remaining single.

The entertainer expressed that one key factor in her single status is her substantial income, which often surpasses that of the men she meets.

Ashmusy stated that she is actively searching for a partner who is financially more significant than her, someone who can be the “head” of the relationship and whose wealth dwarfs her own.

She elaborated, “I want my man to be bigger than me; to be my head. To be way way richer than me like let my money be nothing compared to his, you know.”

She explained that when she inquires about potential suitors’ earnings, she often finds that they earn less than her, leaving her desiring a partner who can match or exceed her financial success.

Ashmusy’s perspective sheds light on the complexities that can arise in relationships when there is a significant disparity in earnings.

She believes that this financial mismatch can contribute to the challenges faced by many celebrity marriages and relationships.

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Ramaphosa Begins New Term as South Africa’s President

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– Cyril Ramaphosa sworn in for second term as South Africa’s president
– Ramaphosa hails “new era” of unity and cooperation
– Coalition government formed after May election produced no outright winner

Cyril Ramaphosa was sworn in for a second full term as South Africa’s president on Wednesday, promising a “new era” of unity and cooperation.

The 71-year-old leader took the oath of office at the Union Buildings in Pretoria, surrounded by lawmakers, foreign dignitaries, and cheering supporters. Ramaphosa’s African National Congress (ANC) formed a coalition government after the May election produced no outright winner.

Ramaphosa’s inauguration marked a significant moment in South African history, as the country transitions to a new era of governance.

The president emphasized the need for unity and cooperation, saying “the voters of South Africa did not give any single party the full mandate to govern our country alone.”

He urged political parties to work together to address the country’s challenges and realize the people’s aspirations.

The ceremony was attended by numerous heads of state, including Nigerian President Bola Ahmed Tinubu and Angolan President Joao Lourenco.

Ramaphosa is expected to announce his cabinet in the coming days, as talks with coalition members continue.

The president promised to reject any attempts to divide or distract the country, saying “we must work together for the sake of our people.”

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Nollywood Mourns: Stella Ikwuegbu Passes Away

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– Veteran Nollywood actress Stella Ikwuegbu passes away
– She died after a prolonged battle with leg cancer
– Fans and colleagues mourn her demise

The Nigerian film industry is in mourning as veteran actress Stella Ikwuegbu succumbed to leg cancer on Sunday night.

According to movie producer Stanley Ontop, Ikwuegbu had been battling the disease for a long time before her eventual demise.

Ontop took to his Instagram page to announce the sad news, paying tribute to the late actress.

As the news of her passing spread, fans and colleagues alike took to social media to express their condolences and celebrate her life.

“Ikwuegbu was a talented and dedicated actress who will be deeply missed,” said Ontop.

 

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