Prince Eke complains, "I’m experiencing restless nights because I’m a destiny helper."

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Prince Eke complains, “I’m experiencing restless nights because I’m Prince Eke, a Nollywood actor, posted a video on Instagram moaning about having restless nights owing to prayers from fans who regard him as their destiny helper.

According to Prince Eke, individuals recite a type of prayer that leads them to have restless nights for those they regard to be their helpers. Prince Eke clarified the type of prayer he was referring to, saying, “My Father, my Father, wherever my destiny helper is, they must suffer sleepless nights till they help.”

People who believe Prince Eke is their destiny helper should approach him instead of hoping for him to have “sleepless prayers.” People’s prayer points are like… my Father, my Father, wherever my destiny helper makes dey sleepless nights till they find me… kwenu, destiny’s assistants He stated.

It was reported that Prince Eke had called out his estranged wife, Muma gee, for calling her failed marriage a shame. This comes after veteran Nigerian singer Mama Gee revealed the details of her failed marriage to Nollywood star Prince Eke.


Mama Gee disclosed in an online interview with Sun News that, contrary to the claims of adultery Eke was alleged to have given as the cause for the breakup. She stated her ex-husband awoke one morning and chose to leave the marriage, much to her chagrin. In response to the viral interview, Prince Eke attacked his ex-wife on Instagram, stating that he had borrowed her money to promote her career and that she was using the money to bribe journalists to paint him black.

More Information about Prince Eke

Prince Eke Oluebube (born August 18, 1981) is a Nigerian actor, film director, writer, television host, and model. He was married to entrepreneur Muma Gee, with whom he had three children. He rose to prominence as an actor in 2003, appearing in the Nollywood film Indecent Proposal. Spade: The Last Assignment (2009), Mirror of Life (2010), Secret Code (2011), and A Minute Silence (2012) are some of his previous films (2012).

Eke was the final child of a family of seven boys and one girl, born in Ngor Okpala, Imo State. He received his secondary education at Holy Ghost College in Owerri and a master’s degree in International Relations from Imo State University.

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