“10 Years Since I Quit Smoking” – Ebuka Obi-Uchendu Reveals
Popular media personality, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu has revealed he quit smoking 10 years ago. The media personality who marked his 2nd wedding anniversary yesterday tweeted yesterday. “10 years since I quit smoking. Last stick was on the day before Ash Wednesday, 2008.”. Here is what he wrote yesterday to his wife as their marriage clocked 2. “Two years since I completely handed you my mumu button without question… Thank you for being the best ride-or-die I could ever ask for.
And for being the one with a sharp business mind. I love you so much!!! Happy anniversary babe.” His wife Cynthia on the other hand, wrote; “Like I know I’m proper cool and all but See how excited he is to be marrying me 😬. Happy second Anniversary to us baby. I can’t believe how fast two years has been . Thank God for the genuine friendship and understanding we have.
Thank God for taking us from strength to strength . I’ll always be your ride or die . I’ll still fight everyone that tries to mess with you (as you like to form diplomatic and I’m the straight shooter) lol. Cheers to many more blessed and happy years to come ! I love you baby”
Ebuka Obi-Uchendu came into lime light after his appearance at the only edition of Big Brother Nigeria in 2006 along with Gideon Okeke. He did not win probably because he snubbed Francisca who was all over him while both were on the show.
Ebuka makes a living on TV screen but holds a Masters Degree in Law, specializing on Intellectual property law and Communication law.
Cynthia Obianodo, now Uchendu, is a daughter of a multi-millionaire and owner of a thriving transport business, The Young Shall Grow Motors, Chief Vincent Obianodo. Chief Obianodo also owns Rock View Hotels.
Cythia studied Human Resources Management and presently works in one of her father’s companies. Both met in November 2014, got engaged in April, 2015 and married traditionally in October, 2015.