Friday, 3 February 2012

Big Brother All Stars winner and Nollywood actor Uti Nwachukwu has expressed his condolences to families who lost their love ones in the Christmas day church bombing in Nigeria.
BBC’s Chris Ewokor reported on February 1 that thousands of mourners in Nigeria had attended the burial service for people killed as result of the attack.
The young actor is definitely saddened by the death toll of about 43 victims.
My heart goes out to all the families of the victims of the Christmas day bombings. May the Lord comfort you as you have buried your loved ones,” he posted on his twitter page.
So far, Uti is the only star who has been heard expressing his condolences publicly. It likely others will follow suit.
He is currently one of Nigeria’s most celebrated stars.
An actor, TV presenter, model and MC from Lagos, Uti is best known as one of the 12 housemates on the third season of the reality television competition Big Brother Africa in 2008.
He was the third housemate evicted, on Sunday 5th October 2008.
He returned to Big Brother Africa in 2010 as one of the 14 “all stars” of season 5, titled Big Brother All Stars.
Uti, who appeared in a multi-national billboard ad in 2007, holds a 2-year diploma in Computer Science and Education from the University of Nigeria.
He previously applied to be on Big Brother Africa but was late for the audition because of an exam.
The one-time bank employee appeared on the Nigerian reality series Next Movie Star, and finished as the runner-up, before being selected for Big Brother Africa 3.

Credit: NEWS-ONE



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