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Actor Nkubi & Wife Welcome First Child (VIDEO/PHOTOS)



Popular Nollywood actor and OAP, Nkubi and his wife, Vivian, have welcomed their first child. Congratulations are in order.


Actor Nkubi & Wife Welcome First Child (VIDEO/PHOTOS)

Victor Nwaogu, popularly known as Nkubi is a talented Nollywood actor and On-Air personality (OAP) graduated from the University of Ibadan with a degree in Theatre Arts and tied the knot in 2021. He works at Wazobia FM as a TV presenter, voice-over artist, and content creator.

Nkubi has also appeared in several comedy skits alongside renowned comedians like Samuel Perry, aka Broda Shaggi. Furthermore, he has also starred in various Nollywood movies and series such as ‘Tinsel’, ‘Single Girls in Transit’, ‘Broken Dream’ (2005), ‘Golden Axe’ (2005), ‘Stupid Movie’ (2015), and ‘Holy Heist’ (2021), among many others.


In an exclusive interview with PREMIUM TIMES, Nkubi spoke about female admirers and success in his career.

PT: How do you handle female admirers?

Nkubi: Female admirers? I’m a married man. I see them as regular friends. Fine, they love what I do, and I appreciate them. It is not far-fetched because the lines are always drawn, and that’s just it. There is nothing attached to it.

PT: Would you have been more successful if you were not this height?

Nkubi: I sincerely don’t know. I’m not God. First thing first, I’ll be grateful for what I’ve been able to achieve, at least for now. Looking at my nature, I know a lot of average-height individuals for the spot I am in right now. I can’t sincerely say because I am not a soothsayer and can’t define the future. What would the future have held for me if I were of average height? Let me hold on to the existing reality. From what I’ve seen, I would still have been ambitious and chased my goals irrespective of how I must have emerged. Even if I were an average-height person, I still would have been successful.


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