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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Actress Hilda Dokubo Says Poverty And Frustration Almost Turned Her into A Prostitute

Renowned Nollywood actress, Hilda Dokubo, has recounted how she roughly and carelessly lived her life as a young growing girl, and how she almost took to prostitution out of frustration following her father’s death.




The former Special Adviser on youth affairs to Peter Odili, a former governor of Rivers State, made this known in Lagos at the weekend where she ministered as a Pastor at the Fresh Oil International Church.
She said some of her past activities are unknown to many as she turned her back on God and everything that mattered.

Dokubo said, “I was born with a silver spoon, but death turned me poverty-stricken after my father died when I was just nine.

“I turned away from God at that point, because I felt disappointed that despite how much my father loved and served God, he still died; so after my dad died, my mother completely lost her mind. If she were living in the US, I’m sure she would have been diagnosed as a mental case.

“You know, in Nigeria, we don’t consider people mad until they have started eating from dustbins. I rebelled against God at that point, and I stopped going to church at the age of nine. However, I was a very brilliant girl, and I got admission into the university at the age of 16.


“I became rascally and did what girls like that do. I slept with a man, and I became pregnant. It wasn’t the Holy-Spirit that impregnated me. My mom was devastated and disappointed in me because of that.

“I was also angry with her because ‘her God’ killed my father, and we stopped speaking to each other.
“One day, a man came to me and said he needed a barge. I didn’t know what it was, and he told me it was used to store oil. I then recalled that I had once seen a barge in the compound opposite ours.
“I went to the neighbour and told him I needed the barge. He asked me what I needed it for, but I told him not to worry. I told them to put the barge in front of my mother’s house.

“At that point, the man who told me he needed the barge came back, and dropped sacks of money containing N2m with my mom because I was in school at that time. Two weeks later, he returned with N500, 000, and I was dumbfounded.
“Before then, I had never seen N100, 000 together, but there I was as a millionaire at 17, not knowing what to do with the money.

“Your life cannot change for the better if you don’t challenge destiny. Even God challenged destiny.

“I would have become a prostitute, but I became restless and challenged destiny,” the actress added.

Dailypost.


*I dont understand the last part of Barge and money..so she was paid two million and above for a barge?woooow




71 comments:

  1. Hmmmmm

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    1. Stella, barge is like a boat but a flat bottom kind used for transporting things as big as a container depending on the size.

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    2. I got confused as well, don't wanna asked so bvs wouldn't start their insult, plz can someone break dat down. I just pray I find a huge help like dat one of this days. I believe God works in a way we don't understand but through the works of our hands.

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    3. Madam, you are not alone in this. In fact this is my life right now, lost my job some months ago, all I see are married men doing everything possible to get in-between my legs. Sometimes I'm tempted to give in, but then, but I remember there are consequences.

      I am very beautiful to allow a married man ruin my life. But their offer is tooo tempting.

      God will never forsake me.

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    4. Aunty Hilda This story di incomplete

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    5. LMAO, Very most confusing story of the year

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  2. What doesn't kill you only makes you stronger.
    God bless her.

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  3. This woman has been talking recently is this a form of publicity staunt?

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  4. Still trying to understand her narration.. Hmmmm

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    1. Marinebase ph peeps her mate understand what she is saying. Hilda it's well. Thank God u retraced your steps. But why some of ur friends still dey do that thing una do dat time till now, dem no won stop. It's well

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    2. Onome your head dey there. They thief crude oil with barges so teyyyy. Abi Na d oyibo wey dem dey go fuck u wan talk?
      Hilda you were wayward, is wayward and will continue to be wayward. Typical PH lady.
      Which father, which death? E be like your mama no even tell you how oyibo take born you. Nonsense

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  5. The story get W leg
    hahahaha

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  6. It can only be God!
    Thank God for your life Hilda. Ageless beauty

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  7. What's a barge gaan self?
    Thank God for her.

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  8. *off to look for barge *
    LMAO 😁

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  9. Has she reconciled with her husband?

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  10. still trying to figure out the correlation between the bag and the money.

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  11. Senseless interview
    You wanted to go into prostitution cause your dad died not because you were in lack

    Say you wanted to go into prostitution cause you felt like.
    People just do nasty things and try to blame something/someone for it.

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  12. she is so beautiful, I always say without trials there will be no testimonies

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  13. Incomplete story! Ama follow Hilda home to hear the rest of it.
    Again, prophet Elisha and the prophet's widow who was asked to go borrow vessels for oil comes to mind.

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    1. Lol@ Follow Hilda home

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  14. Where she wan start from? What makes her think prostitution is an easy job? Do you know how this ashawo dem suffer? Some men come with penis that's like the size of a pistle,some with body or mouth odour,others with terrible looks and only Gods know the type of terrible diseases and STDs they have. Plus You that can cry for Africa? Ashawo work na for people wey get mind no be for you and me wey no get single liver.





    *hangs leg on the cupboard*

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  15. I smell lies... 2milla just like that...

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  16. Thank God she did not end up a prostitute

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  17. I really don't understand this her story.I have some questions.What did you do with the money? What happened to the pregnancy? How did you turn your life around?

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  18. Destiny and Grace hummmm!This life ehhh.When God wants to bless you no witches and wizard can stop it.God please let my angel locate me and my new born baby Amen!

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  19. I don't get the barge part.....

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  20. Anty hilda chill! U just got wiser in d game.

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  21. Her rant confusing or not,poverty is evil. Run away from it

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  22. Don't judge her except you have been in a situation of having what to lean on or who to turn to in helpless situation. Some of the people that go into prostitution do so cos of helplessness. I pray God touches their heart to look for something doing than selling their bodies

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  23. Who needs a barge Pls? I know where to get one.

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  24. That photographer didn't do justice to that pic.....

    *hottears




    Chop knuckle Stella

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  25. This narration is not understanding me

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  26. Wow is all i can say,but I don't understand the badge part,what kind of badge is she talking about,the only badge i know is the one we use those days for our school uniform,lol don'd come and insult me for being honest.
    Anam

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  27. Wow is all i can say,but I don't understand the badge part,what kind of badge is she talking about,the only badge i know is the one we use those days for our school uniform,lol don'd come and insult me for being honest.
    Anam

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  28. Wow is all i can say,but I don't understand the badge part,what kind of badge is she talking about,the only badge i know is the one we use those days for our school uniform,lol don'd come and insult me for being honest.
    Anam

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    1. Barge ehhhh...
      People from d Nigerdelta would understand, people who work in oil and gas too, it's like a ship but it's flat. It has to be expensive too.

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  29. What is there not to understand??.. Just because Stella doesn't understand all you zombies too won't understand.. Hian..

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  30. Adighi m aghotakwa ederede ah oh. O dikwa disjointed.

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  31. Wc kind join join story be this? At the age of 9? A barge for 2 million? In your neighbor's compound? Wt on earth is ds barge? Somebody pls explain to me cos ayam not understanding

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    1. Boat like for stealing crude oil

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  32. #In search of luxuries, people lose their inner peace*

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  33. I just hate it when people tell lies, yes, if u are not ready to tell the whole truth, then shut the f**k up. As a teen I knew Hilda, then she was very popular in nollywood , she comes to my area to see a friend by name Joy, @ elekahia, Joy and Hilda were know prostitute . her dressing was a no-no, she held her appointment so its not so long ago. and then I just wonder what she had to offer to youth rather than lies from the pit of hell.
    change is inevitable, so if she have changed for real than thank God. Am not hating, I love Hilda and her lovely kids just setting the record straight.

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  34. Hmmm...if I talk now...hmmm...even up till dat ure still doing things in dat Ph...born again kor born again ni...

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  35. My pastor always warns us that if we can't give the complete testimony, if we exaggerate the testimony or if we lie to make the testimony seem 'woooow'.... then we shouldn't bother coming out to say itπŸ˜‚ Aunty Hilda, if na my church pastor would have taken the mic and looked you in the eyes and asked you to re-explain exactly how this matter is a testimony, so that we can pray 'in those lines'.
    Meanwhile, that barge.... na oil bunkering things? Be like the person carry oil for barrels inside the barge. Cross river to shore. Sold and gave her her share of the money.... if this testimony is true, that is 😊Cos those Delta-Rivers boys don't play with them pipelines oh.

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  36. Barge is used off shore. Those in the oil industry know what it is. Sometimes, the oil companies rent it from individuals and they make a lot of money. I know a lady now deceased in old Port Harcourt township. She used to have a lot of Barges and that was how she made her money till she was killed in her own home.
    Having said all these, I know Hilda attended "Agaracha Girls" That School on Harbour Road. Those Girls nor be am. Hilda used to run the streets with some wayward girls from Holy Rosary and ACMGS Elelenwo. Their Story nor be today e go finish. They slept with old married Men for money when we nor even sabi anything about Sugar Daddies. Well, preach on to who cares. Most of them nor even pass WAEC then.

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  37. Abeg make we here word.big big talk.ndara.

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  38. Hehehe Anty Hilda you shouldnt be ashamed of your past, instead encourage youngs gurls not to take that part .

    I remember how you drive a bus to delta park(uniport) most weekend that year(2005) to carry gurls to party which am sure you pimp out to govt house big boys.

    Am not judging you,"all have sinned"

    Let me go anon

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  39. All have sinned and still sinners,she likes to enjoy life, saw her at basement four years ago in Abuja , leaving the club with her ladies and smoking on cigarettes as she walked pass.. I was stunned cause I tot , her only by how she acted on screens as a very decent lady . Saw her early this year again at the Abuja airport

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