Despite the economic recession, we all still have plans to celebrate Christmas tomorrow. These five Nigerian celebrities tell JOAN OMIONAWELE of Tribune their Christmas plans.
Christmas will still stand strong as we have made every other thing work. This year’s celebration will not be affected despite the fact that Nigeria has constantly been in some form of recession or the other before now through which we Nigerians have learnt to cut spending, thrive and strategise better and plan living conveniently as much as we could try. We still thank God.
I’ll be spending it with my family and having a swell time with them as usual.
I will be busy filming my TV show, Mercy, marriage, cooking and kids and then I will also do my yearly charity work with my hubby while manning the home front and kids in celebration of the birth of Christ. I also hope to make myself better, as well as my family and career in the coming year, with God on my mind at all times.
Wow, I never knew it was already Christmas, I’ve been busy on set and busy with the production of my new movie, ‘Trouble comes to town’. I really cannot wait for this year to come to an end. I’ll be working on set a day after Christmas, so I won’t say I have any holidays.
It’s going to be a working holiday for me. I have events lined up; movie shoots and premieres which would go on probably till New Year’s Eve.