- Popular Nigerian comedian, Bovi, has joined the list of Nigerian celebrities to mark International Women’s Day
- The funny man took to his Instagram page to dedicate a post to the 10 most important women in his life to mark the occasion and said that his wife was number one
- Interestingly, all the 10 women he celebrated happened to be his wife unlike his caption suggested
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Nigerian comedian, Bovi, just like many other celebrities took to their various social media pages on March 8, 2021, to celebrate International Women’s Day.
A number of celebrities marked the occasion by celebrating the special women in their lives or women who had stood out in their professions.
Not taking a back seat on the trend, Bovi also used the opportunity to celebrate the women who meant a lot to him.
The funny man explained on Instagram that he was dedicating the post to the 10 most important women in his life. He however added that while his wife was the number one on the list, the others were in no particular order.
In his words:
“Happy international women’s day to the ten most important women in my life. After number 1 @krisasimonye , the others are in no particular other #iwd2021 #internationalwomensday”
As expected, his wife Kris Asimonye was the number one woman on the slide. As fans eagerly swiped to see who the nine other important women in the comedian’s life was, they were surprised to see that his wife’s photos filled the rest of the slides, meaning that she was the most important woman in his life. This was an interesting plot twist.
See his post below:
Happy International Women’s Day.
In other news, Legit.ng reported on 10 Nigerian female celebrities who marked International Women's Day with powerful posts.
International Women’s Day is a day set aside to celebrate the strides of women across the world and empower those who are still trying to find their way up in what has constantly been described as a male-dominated world.
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Owolawi Taiwo is an entertainment and lifestyle journalist at Legit.ng with over two years working experience in the media industry. She has a degree in English and International Studies from Osun State University, Osogbo. When she is not reporting on celebrity lifestyle, you will find her listening to music, reading, learning new recipes.