Blessing CEO, the controversial relationship expert, has finally unveiled her multi-million Naira property, which she claims is owned by her baby daddy.
Blessing CEO shared a video of the finished mansion and how she got started on the project five years ago on her Instagram page.
Blessing CEO, while expressing her joy and gratitude to God, stated that she would now be referred to as a landlady.
She wrote in the video’s caption: On the 25th of December, I give myself a present. My own own mansion…… Words fail me, but I am ecstatic and grateful.
‘You may now refer to me as LANDLADY.’ Remember, success is success, and you will be congratulated regardless of when you achieve it. Welcome to my Residence.
Some Nollywood celebs, including Iyabo Ojo, Uche Elendu, and Moyo Lawal, as well as her fans, flooded the comment area with congratulatory remarks in response to the post.
ucheelendu wrote: This made me so emotional, I couldn’t stop crying. You have no idea how happy I am for you, my love. God has made it possible for you.
Congratulations, sweetie, wrote iyaboojofespris.
bensonokonkwo wrote: MERRY MERRY MERRY MERRY MERRY MERRY MERRY MERRY MERRY MER Season’s Greetings at Christmas
Wawu, wrote Moyolawal. Congratulations
According to Gistlovers, an Instagram blogger, Blessing CEO is seeing a married police officer who is a director at the force’s pension program in Abuja.
The man and his wife adopted two children, according to the article, but Blessing CEO has a child for the man, which is why the police officer is using her as the house owner.
According to an Instagram blogger, Blessing CEO was kidnapped for a one-night stand by a police officer named Nicholas Nenji, but she became pregnant, and her mother made sure the man accepted the child.
According to the blogger, Nicholas Nneji’s property, which Blessing CEO claims ownership of, was built with money embezzled from the Police pension system.