1. Genevieve Nnaji
Genevieve Nnaji, one of Nollywood’s most popular actresses, has always kept her personal life away from the media’s scrutiny. Known for her air of mystery, she is highly secretive about her family matters and private life, never sharing any information on social media.
Despite being linked to several high-profile men in the past, Nnaji has never confirmed any of the rumours surrounding her relationships. Instead, she has chosen to focus on her career, which has spanned several decades and earned her international recognition.
Her decision to keep her personal life private is admirable, considering the intense media attention that comes with being a public figure.
She has managed to maintain a successful acting career without having to share every aspect of her personal life with the public, proving that privacy is possible in the entertainment industry.
2. Ramsey Nouah
Ramsey Nouah, one of Nigeria’s most talented and charming actors, has always been tight-lipped about his personal life. Unlike some of his colleagues, he rarely discusses his relationships in interviews, choosing to keep his private life away from the public eye.
Reports suggest that the actor is married to Emelia Philips-Nouah, and they have three children together: two sons, Quincy and Joshua Nouah, and a daughter, Desiree Nouah. However, Nouah has made a conscious decision to keep his family life out of the media spotlight.
As a result, little is known about his personal life, and fans have had to content themselves with glimpses of his professional life and career on social media. Despite his efforts to maintain his privacy, he remains one of the most beloved actors in Nigeria, known for his exceptional talent and good looks.
3) Zainab Balogun
Zainab Balogun is a well-known Nigerian actress and media personality who shot to fame with her role as Wonu in the blockbuster movie ‘The Wedding Party’. While she is celebrated for her work in the entertainment industry, the actress is very private when it comes to her personal life, particularly her relationships.
In a highly-guarded ceremony, she married Dikko Nwachukwu, a Nigerian millionaire and aviation guru, in Lagos. The wedding was shrouded in secrecy, with only a select few friends and family members in attendance, and security personnel turning away uninvited guests.
Despite being in the public eye, Balogun chooses to keep her personal life out of the public domain and mostly shares updates about her work on social media.
4. Ufuoma McDermott
Ufuoma McDermott is another celebrity that keeps her personal life away from the public. She is a prominent Nigerian filmmaker, actress and former model.
In 2004, Ufuoma started her movie career when she was featured in the movie, Zeb Ejiro’s, ‘The President Must Not Die’. In May 2005, she played her first lead role in ‘Life and Death’, her third movie, ‘Guy on the Line’.
By December 2005, she played ‘Chibuzor’ on the ‘Edge of Paradise’ TV series produced by Royal Roots network and other movies.
She quietly got married on April 23, 2010, to Steven McDermott but she officially changed her name to Ufuoma McDermott on May 23, 2014, at a Lagos high court. The couple is blessed with two children, a son named, Isio Jared and a daughter, Kesiena Alize.
The multi-talented actress rarely discloses her personal and family life publicly except for her work life.
5. Uche Jumbo
Although a public figure, Jombo has managed to keep her relationship private, shielding it from the media’s prying eyes. Despite facing several controversies and rumours of her husband’s infidelity and a possible divorce, she has not confirmed any of them, choosing instead to maintain her privacy and focus on her career..…See More