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Monday, December 30, 2019

Actor Saint Obi Nwafor Shows Off His Country Home In Imo State....

Veteran Nollywood actor Saint Obi Nwafor is an Ogwa man from Mbaitoli in Imo state....
These beautiful photos are of his beautiful Country home in Mbaitoli...






















80 comments:

  1. Wow!! Beautiful Edifice!! But I no fit flaunt my home like this oh..I no want drama...

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    1. I thought only women in Nollywood made money.

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    2. Who knows you? Lol!

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    3. I think he dabbled in politics and does some contracts too.

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  2. Wow. His dick has suffered to acquire such a house. Msheww he will come and tell me this is only acting. His dick has suffered sincerely tufiakwa oh

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    1. And who told you he's still acting, when last did you see him in movies.
      He's a business man doing very well.

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  3. OK. This is great. Congratulations. I will build great houses too in Jesus name.

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  4. u try bro...knowing your humble beginning when we were back in UniJos late 80s you have come a long way and deserve all the good things you have now. i marvel at young people of these days who just want to build mansions after just a year of graduating school

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    1. Greaaaaaaaaaaaaat Josite. Great!
      Greaaaaaaaaaaaaat Josite., Great!
      Great! Great! Great!!
      That was when School, was school.
      When lecturers were into what they did.

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  5. Nice edifice. See all the grand grand people he dedicated it to πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    1. Those are the gatemen. I pity anybody that goes in there with evil in mind.

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    2. I tell you, those are the gatemen..the ancestors

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    3. Anon 12:28, you're a clown πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    4. πŸ˜‚
      I follow you dey pity evil people, the ancestors will so deal with them.
      Good one saint Obi, good one.

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  6. IM happy for you. Good thing to remember your ancestors. i will personally knock anyone that comes to usinate on this post. Celebrate your ancestors my people.

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  7. Madame koinkoin aka the 'peace maker'30 December 2019 at 11:19

    O boy I didn't know when I finished reading the sign board and was hoping it won't end lol , the names and titles sweet me sha, I am happy for him.

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  8. So the spirit of all these ancestors will be living with them in that mansion? OK.Nice one Mr Obi.
    Congratulations.

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  9. Beautiful structure. We are from the same L.G.A and I haven't gone back since dad was buried. My surname is a popular one sef.

    Village settings bring back bittersweet memories.

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    1. OMG!!! Bv Twins squared so you are my sister! I am from Mbitoli LGA in Imo state. Proud to be Ada Igbo! Igbo Amaka! I remember my mother then telling us about Saint Obi the actor and even Sandra Achums too. All from Imo state 😘

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    2. hey sister, I am from Ogwa too. I am in the abroad studying, I miss home

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    3. See my mbaitoli sisters oooo.
      Won't mention my village sha but it's very popular in mbaitoli lga and starts with M.

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    4. Lol.. Nkiru, no wonder I have always admired your calm disposition.

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    5. Nkiru you are 40+ , Sandra is 40+ which story is you remembered your mum telling you about Sandra achums. You did not grow up in Sweden but your village. Aunty nki Stop forming😏

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    6. Chi Aju mbaise, that should be Mbieri.

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    7. Chi Aju mbaise, that should be Mbieri.

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    8. My older sis married from ogwa, mbaitolu amaka.

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    9. Chai!! See my sisters ooo! My father is for Akaboh,my mother from Ogwa. Anon13:14 which country are you studying? Abeg if na SWEDEN come make we hang out together oo for NEW YEAR!

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    10. When I wrote my first Jamb at Emekuku High School, I slept at Mbieri the night before. Very hospitable people.

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    11. Twinsquared are you from ogwa or mbieri?

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  10. When our actions do not, our fears do make us traitors.
    DO IT.
    The castle can be rebuilt on time, its not the walls that make a Lord, its the man.

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  11. We dont need details biko...what we see is enough e don do

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  12. This is a massive house.. Smart man. I am sure he saved up for it congrats bro

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  13. Waoo! Beautiful, no place like home. Waiting for the details biko

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  14. Beautiful mansion....Now my 2 pence...yes build lovely homes in your home town BUT build simple, classy manageable houses, use treated bricks instead of white paint or better still use textured sandy exterior walls..think about when you are old can you afford to maintain the building without relying on too many people....too many mansions in the east left to deteriorate.

    " Poverty Mentality " obnoxious chanters not allowed.

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    1. Omniknowest in the building.

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    2. You are very right!

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    3. You are the one with poverty mentality...allow people who can afford things to be...right. Good.

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    4. Also bungalows are a more sensible option for retirement homes

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  15. Beautiful mansion....Now my 2 pence...yes build lovely homes in your home town BUT build simple, classy manageable houses, use treated bricks instead of white paint or better still use textured sandy exterior walls..think about when you are old can you afford to maintain the building without relying on too many people....too many mansions in the east left to deteriorate.

    " Poverty Mentality " obnoxious chanters not allowed.

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    1. You 2 pence aint enough for anything...keep it to yourself

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  16. A lovely edifice indeed. Well done.

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  17. I love how the igbos build homes in their hometowns and go home for the holidays.

    My people on the other hand are too afraid of witches and wizards or their communities are insecure thanks to the fights amongst the youths there that they don't come home at all not to talk of build homes there. Yes, i'm talking to you all in some areas of the South South.

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    1. My dear do you blame us? our parents no carry us go home na.

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    2. Pls draw their ears jor

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    3. My dear, it's better to be safe than sorry.

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  18. Beautiful home,he really likes his ancestors,they will be very proud of him over there.

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  19. E be like sey Saint take style dey open up small small. We go here d chronicles las las. Beautiful country home all d same.

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  20. A home that nobody lives in but for a week in December in a whole year.

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    1. Face your own probl3ms facing you everyday...

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    2. I'm with you on this. Makes no sense.

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    3. Does it really matter, the fact is when he get to the village December, he has a house of his home. Show me an Igbo man that don't have a house in the village. Congratulate him and stop the hating. Body too dey pepper some of una for this blog.

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    4. Lies. During the year when there are functions what happens? Awon beefers oshi.

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    5. Members of his extended family may also live there

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  21. I hope you're not about to divorce the woman who built this big "thing" with yot. Hmmmm

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    1. Don’t mind him. Where did he get the money? When last did he appear in a film if not for his wife that gave used her connection for contracts for both of them financed with her money. . His headache abeg

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    2. Na him wife so she can support her husband.

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  22. Wow....very very beautiful. He's really done well for himself.
    Didn't know he's from Imo, I love that state.

    Sluttychic.

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  23. Woah! This is beautiful. I’ll build mine too in Jesus name... let me still be gathering stones πŸ™

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  24. beautiful, thank God your years of hard work has paid

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  25. See our Jos boy! He has come a long way. Congratulations!

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  26. Ancestral home isn’t an investment!

    Beautiful home by the way..., very beautiful

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    1. Who asked if it's an investment? that's why it is called an ancestral home.

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  27. pleasant suprises30 December 2019 at 14:45

    Kwakwakwakwa ,Anon 12:28, gatemen indeed! just laughing so hard here. SDK, your BVees are da best, so humorous. Saint Obi has paid his dues, may God bless him, bless SDK, bless all BVees in Jesus name.

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  28. Beautifuk house but how do people maintain buildings as Gigantic as this?

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  29. Saint Obi congratulations! We also know your wife is a top MTN Nigeria staff.

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  30. Proudly mberi people wet sabi I learnt there is mberi carnival self at orie mberi

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