Nigerian celebs welcome 6 babies in 7 weeks


    By Timilehin Ajagunna
    Dr. Sid, Uche Jombo, D’Prince with their newly born babies. Photos: Instagram
    Not less than five showbiz personalities welcomed babies in the last 7 weeks.
    NET looks at the stars and their beautiful bundles of joy.
    Uche Jombo
    Uche Jombo and her baby. Photo: Instagram
    Nollywood star actress and producer, Uche Jombo Rodriguez delivered her first child, a bouncing baby boy on Thursday, May 28, 2015 and the bundle of joy is christened Mathew.
    Uche Jombo got married in 2012 to an American/Puerto Rican, named Kenney Rodriguez.
    Dr. Sid
    Dr Sid and his daughter. Insagram
    Surulere star, Dr. Sid and his wife Simi had their first child, a baby girl in the U.S last month. The Mavins artiste announced the arrival of the tot on his Instagram account on Saturday, May 16, 2015
    Dr Sid and Simi got married in August 2014.
    Davido kisses his daughter. Photo: Instagram
    Nigerian music superstar, Davido is one young man who has been making headlines in the last few months. The HKN boss joined the list of celebrity daddies few weeks ago when he welcomed a baby girl with his girlfriend, Sophie Momodu, who is the niece of media mogul, Dele Momodu.
    D’Prince and his son. Photo: Instagram
    Mavin star and Don Jazzy’s younger brother, D’Prince and his girlfriend, Sharon Oparacho welcomed their first baby on June 13th. The little prince who was delivered in the U.S has been named Uriel Prince Collins.
    IK Ogbonna
    Ik Ogbonna and Sonia Morales’ son. Photo: Instagram
    Handsome actor cum model, IK Ogbonna has recently joined the league of celebrity fathers. The light complexioned stylish actor and his fiancée, Sonia Morales welcomed their first child on Saturday, June 20, 2015
    Dj Neptune
    Dj Neptune and wife Ese welcomed their baby girl. Photo: Instagram
    Popular Disc Jockey, Neptune is the newest dad in the showbiz industry.
    DJ Neptune and his wife, Ese welcomed their first daughter last Sunday …Read More

    Source:: The NET