Nollywood actor and movie producer, Zubby Michael has unveiled his multi-million naira project.
The movie star is currently working on a building project which is worth millions of naira. In video posted to his Instagram page, Zubby was standing on top of a building, still under construction, as he greeted his workers.
The actor, however, didn’t reveal much about the project.
Sharing the video, he captioned it with, “God is real”.
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Who will buy me a land in Banana Island – Zubby Michael pleads as he storms Banana Island
Jaratunes reported days back that Zubby Michael was in need of a good samaritan who would splashed millions on a land for him in Banana Island.
The movie star, who paid a visit to the mega rich residence that is home to many billionaires, revealed that he was royally welcomed at Banana Island.
Pleading with his fans, Zubby Michael begged them to buy him a land on the Island.
“Banana Island fit ME. Abeg who go dash ME land for here biko and they also LUV ME here. God is real”.
Duncan Mighty debunks rumours of illness as he unveils massive project
Similarly, Veteran musician, Duncan Mighty, had unveiled a massive project as he debunked reports of alleged illness.
Jaratunes reported on Saturday, January 28th that fans had expressed concern for him after a frail photo of him made rounds.
The singer, who resides in Port Harcourt, trended on social media platform over his new appearance, which made him unrecognizable.
Rumours started making rounds that the singer was ill and was battling drug addiction.
Taking to his Instagram page to address the reports, Duncan Mighty called on concerned fans, supporters and colleagues to dismiss the fake news.
To prove that all was well with him, the Port Harcourt singer shared a video giving fans update on what he has been up to while assuring people that he is completely hale and hearty.
The hit maker disclosed that he has gotten to a stage in his career where he should be giving back to society and as such, he is currently working on a massive project that will benefit the South South and South East.
Duncan Mighty, who was standing in front of a towering building still under contraction, proceeded to talk about the project which is going to be an international music television station.
He said the TV station will focus on projecting the music and artistes from the south-south and southeast regions to the international community.
Taking a swipe at rumour peddlers, he told them to be more concerned about how they can be a part of his project.