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“My Baby Boy Has A Nigerian Passport Now” – Mary Remmy’s Husband, Jason Njoku Boasts

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“My Baby Boy Has A Nigerian Passport Now” – Mary Remmy’s Husband, Jason Njoku Boasts

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Sept 14, 2013 – “My Son Has A Nigerian Passport Now” – iRoko TV Boss, Mary Remmy’s Husband Jason Njoku Boasts

Mr Jason Njoku, The founder and the CEO of iRoko TV, a Nigerian free and paid online Nollywood movie channel who welcomed his first son with Nollywood actress Mary Remmy on Tuesday July 30th, 2013 is now a happy father.

The proud first time dad took to his Twitter page recently to inform fans that his British baby has received his own Nigerian Passport.

Check out his tweet below;

The United Kingdom-based couple plans to travel to Nigeria in order to introduce their little bundle of joy to family and friends.

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  1. Toluwalase

    September 14, 2013 at 11:23 PM

    what a lovely father hope u`ll be a good husband to Mary pls tk good kia of her

  2. red

    September 15, 2013 at 12:53 AM

    Omg Mary is now a mom wow ! Congrats baby .Mr njoku my eyes are now on u,you are Mary’s weight times 3 so go easy and gentle on her best fan and will wait to attack u if my baby gets burn.

  3. Klint

    September 15, 2013 at 6:28 AM

    Bless you father u tried.

  4. AYO

    September 15, 2013 at 12:51 PM

    Abeg make you go sit down if you no get better thing talk,Nigerian pali is automatic for a baby with Nigerian parent ! Abi you wan tell us say the baby get get britico pali ?….imposible until the baby clock 7 for UK

    • British Expert

      July 17, 2015 at 7:39 PM

      Ayo, you obviously don’t live in the UK so stop talking trash about stuff YOU HAVE NO CLUE ABOUT

      1) Jason Njoku is British born, so he’s son was automatically British at birth!
      2) the 7 year rule only gives a child right to remain NOT British citizenship (assuming neither of the child’s parents have settlement in the UK)
      3) a child born to parents who are neither “settled” nor “British” will only become British once he/she has lived in the UK for the FIRST 10 years of their life.

      I hope I have educated you here and most importantly saved you from embarrassing yourself in the future on a topic you know absolutely nothing about!

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