Actress and single mother, Juliet Ibrahim has come for her colleague, Empress Njamah over her controversial domestic violence comments. Njamah, in a recent interview with Broadway TV said it is not always a man’s fault when there is domestic violence
Nollywood actress, Empress Njamah is speaking out about domestic violence. She says that it is not always a man’s fault when there is domestic violence in a relationship. In her words, sometimes women torment men mentally and also beat them too, but
Nigerian actress and Abuja-based business woman, Empress Njamah, has disclosed that she’s not in a rush to get married, as she has other constructive things to spend time on. A lot has been written and said about the curvy actress
Nollywood actress, Empress Njamah, celebrated her precious mum who turned 75 yesterday. The proud daughter took to Instagram to share the photo above appreciating her irreplaceable mum with moving words. “You were my very first friend and your still my
Nollywood actress, Empress Njamah says there’s no expiry date for getting married. She made the statement in a recent interview with The Nation. She revealed this when asked when she plans to settle down. Empress replied: ”There is never an expiry date
Nollywood actor, director and producer, John Njamah, tied the knot with his Cameroonian heart-throb, Angwi, over the weekend in a private ceremony in Cameroon. The newly-wed shared photos from the special occasion via his Instagram page. His sister, Empress Njamah,
In a chat with Punch, Nollywood actress, Empress Njamah opened up on why getting married may be more different for a female celebrity, adding that there is no pressure on her to get married because she’s from an enlightened family.