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What Mercy Johnson’s husband said as she welcomed fourth child in US


Multi-talented Nigerian actress, Mercy Johnson Okojie has welcomed a baby girl with husband, Prince Odi Okojie in the United States of America.

CANDIIDONLINE reports that the baby girl, a fourth child of the couple was delivered at University of Maryland, St. Joseph Medical Center.

The couple who took delivery of the baby girl could not hide their joy as the new father, Prince Odi Okojie took yo his Instagram page to announce the delivery of their new gift.

Prince Odi Okojie on his page while announcing the arrival of their baby on his page wrote “the wait is over”, knowing fully well that fans and well wishers were truly praying for the couple and expecting the good news.

@princeodiokojie wrote: “Every Good and Perfect gift is from God. The wait is finally over. Please share in our Joy as we announce the arrival of Our Daughter. Divine-Mercy Ehinomen Okojie.”

CANDIIDONLINE recalls that the actress was reported to have given birth in April following which her husband debunked the rumour saying that the fake news was circulated by a fake account.

The 35-year-old award winning actress is one of the fans favourite in Nollywood following her versatility and interpretation of characters on screen.

Few weeks ago, Mercy Johnson was trending on Twitter with over 19million tweets on how she stands out amongst her colleagues when it comes to playing any given role in Nollywood movies.

Mercy Johnson Okojie, an inspirational actress, has acted in more than 100 movies since joining the industry where she she had produced, directed and starred in phenomenal films.

In 2017, she became the Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the Kogi state governor on entertainment, arts and culture. Aside acting, she has other business, one of which is her kitchen talk show.

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Written by Mateen Badru


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