“Thank You For Another Year,” Actress Uche Jombo writes on her birthday today.
Popular nollywood actress, producer and director, Uche Jombo is celebrating her birthday today, 28 December, 2022.
The businesswoman took to her Instagram page to share stunning photo of herself as she completed another revolution around the sun.
She appreciated God for another year upon her years on earth.
Expressing she loved the way her photographer, @rhema_tara captured her, Uche stated that she is in a place in her life called PEACE! Peace with her choices, her circles, her convictions, her concerns, compassion, comfort, circumstances, conversations, connections, Captivating clever chic self!
Concluding that she’s in her C zone, she wrote; “I am so grateful Lord! Thank you for another year! #28Decbaby I am loving how @rhema_tara captured me here because I’m in a place called PEACE in my life! Peace with my choices, my circles, my convictions, my concerns, compassion, comfort, circumstances, conversations, connections, Captivating clever chic self!
Let’s just say I’m in my C zone!”.
In other news, Gbenga Raheem, the husband of the lawyer, Bolanle Raheem, 41, who was shot dead by one Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Drambi Vandi in the Ajah area of Lagos State on Christmas Day has finally broken his silence on the sadden death of his wife.
It would be recalled that the 41-year-old who was seven-month pregnant was shot dead by the policeman on way back from church.
Her husband, Raheem has given more details on how the incident occurred while attending to those that came to sympathize with the family.
According to him, “On December 25, my wife, nieces, nephews, and cousins, who had come for the holiday, all went to church. On our way back, my wife said since it was Christmas Day, we should take everyone out, so, we went to a supermarket at Abraham Adesanya, then to Domino’s Pizza.
“After that, we headed towards Ajah to do a U-turn to come back to Abraham Adesanya. When we took the U-turn, we saw policemen stopping some vehicles. As we approached them, they said we should stop, and in the process, we heard a loud sound on my wife’s side window. All of a sudden, I saw blood gushing out of her chest.
“I immediately ran out; my sister-in-law, who was also with us, ran out and held the policeman; he cocked his gun at her too. Talking to him was pointless, so I went to see if anything could be done; I saw my wife gasping for breath, and by that time, my sister-in-law had brought the policeman into the car and pushed him into the front seat.
“We drove to a hospital but they said they couldn’t handle it; we eventually took her to Grandville Hospital, where she was confirmed dead. The policemen took her body and put it in the truck; they wanted me to follow them but I said I needed to go and settle my children.”
A graduate of Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye, Ogun State, Bolanle Raheem was the chief executive officer of Croston Homes at the time of her death.
She was a member of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Olive Tree Parish, Banana Island, Ikoyi, where she served as a Sunday school teacher.