Nollywood Actress Who Intends To Marry Her Fan – Uche Elendu
Dec 31, 2011 – Nollywood Actress Who Intends To Marry Her Fan
Meet Uche Elendua Nigerian actress who is getting married to one of her fan in United Arabs Emirates.
Uche is now a proud mother of a beautiful baby girl; the actress will be walking down the aisle with her man on January 7, 2012.
During an interview, she talks about her upcoming wedding and where she intends to observe her honeymoon with her man.
Interview Excerpts Below:
Q: We learnt that your white wedding is coming up on the 7th of January.
A: Yes, I’m preparing for my white wedding which comes up, as you rightly said on the 7th of January, 2012. My man is in town. All is set for the wedding and I ‘m believing God that the wedding will be a success. This is the happiest moment in my life.
Q: And you have done your shopping already?
A: Yes, I did my shopping early this month in the UK.
Q: Who is your Chief bridesmaid?
A: Queen Okoye, of course. And I have other Nollywood stars in my bridal train: Chika Ike, Empress Njamah, Solomon, Chidi Mokeme and a host of others.
Q: Have you chosen a place or the country where you want to observe your honeymoon?
A: Yes, the country is Cayman Islands, in the United States of America. We will be taking off immediately after our wedding on January 7.
Q: We learnt you married your fan
A: That’s the way God designed it for us. My husband was not the only fan I had at the time I met him. I used to have a lot of fans but I believe he was the only one that was meant for me. I’m convinced he was although it was not really easy for him to win me over initially.
I think we were meant for each other. God designed my husband for me. That’s why our marriage worked. I usually get calls from my fans, and each time I receive calls, I try to appreciate them, talk to them politely. But I don’t make them my friends.
In the case of my husband, he was very persistent. So, when the opportunity called for us to meet each other, we discovered it was going to be more than mere fan. There and then, we became friends and later got married. We already have a child together after our traditional marriage.