In Celebrity Gist by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 05th, July, 2017

6 Nigerian Celebrities Whose Children Have Been Honoured Internationally

According to a writer and critic, the obsession with celebrity children is a new phenomenon that kicked off with the help of the media and the internet.

With this in mind, children of Nigerian celebrities worldwide make headlines with anything they do as the celebrity status of their parents rub off on them. presents Nigerian celebrity children who have done extraordinary well in foreign countries and have been rewarded for that.

1. Omotola Jalade Ekehinde

Meraiah Ekehinde, daughter of Actress, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde has really made her family proud as she recently graduated in a fashion Institute in Los Angeles where she made the Presidents honor roll list.

2. Eldee The Don


Eldee the Don’s first daughter, Temi Dabiri made a huge success at a karate tournament in Atlanta, United States, by winning a gold medal back in 2015.

3. Peter Okoye

Nigerian singer, Peter Okoye’s young son, Cameron who plays for the Little Tigers FC was honoured as the top scorer for his football academy.

4. Georgina Onuoha

Georgina Onuoha not long ago took to Instagram to celebrate her daughter who won a spelling bee competition.

5. Stella Damascus

Second daughter of Nollywood’s Stella Damasus, Angelica Aboderin in 2016 won the prestigious Presidents’ Award for Educational Excellence in America.The academic excellence award is the highest honour an elementary, middle or high school student can achieve in the USA.

Stella's daughters Isabel and Angelica with her new heartthrob, Daniel

stella damasus daughter award

6. Tuface 

Ehibenzy Idibia, the first daughter of Nigerian music maestro 2Face with Pero Adeniyi was honoured in far-away United States. Ehibenzy was given a certificate of achievement by the black community of Howard County, Maryland.

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