The Nollywood movie industry is the most well-known entertainment industry we have in Africa. Several people from abroad and other neighbouring countries in Africa like to feature in Nollywood movies because of the popularity and the entertainment involved. The industry is very blessed with a lot of talented actors such as Aki and Pawpaw. The two of them are colleagues who understand each other very well, and they always act in the same movie together most of the time.
Aki whose real name is Chinedu Ikedieze is a very successful actor who already owns his own mansion and a fleet of cars. His friend Paw-Paw, whose real name is Osita Iheme, is also another successful as his friend Aki, and both of them have been in the entertainment movie industry for over 10 years now. Even though Aki is from Nigeria, he is very popular and well-loved here in Ghana as well because of his comic way of acting.
Pictures of him and other celebrities on his wedding day:
Aki was born on the 12th of December year 1977, and his popular movie with his friend titled “Aki na ukwa”, is actually what brought him and his colleague into the limelight back in the year 2002. Chinedu Ikedieze, popularly known as Aki, tied the knot with the woman of his life back in the year 2011. Friends, family and other popular celebrities graced the occasion, and it was one of the happiest days of his life, according to him.
What he looks like before marriage:
Now it’s been 10 years after his marriage, Aki has totally changed from his old looks. Aki has grown well with him adding a little height and some weight. The shape of his body has also changed a lot, and this can be said to be the result of enjoying a very good marital life. Seeing him as a fan, adding more weight and looking more mature is really a good sign that he is living his best life, and there is no cause for sorrow in his life.
How he has transformed since he got married:
Early marriage is very good and has several
advantages, one of it is that when you have children people will struggle to differentiate if your children are your junior ones or not, and the other advantage is that they would have finished schooling before you you even grow old and that will enable you to have less burden and focus on other things especially when you have finally retired from work.
What’s your own point of view?