Screen celebrities: Their Christmas, New Year and plans for 2018
The Christmas season is here again and this set of top Nollywood celebrities seem to agree that the season, for them, represents an opportunity to spend time with loved ones, reflect on the outgoing year and plan and look forward to a prosperous New Year.
Christmas, for me, is a time to share love with friends and family and those who don’t have, just to put a smile on their faces.
I will definitely spend Christmas with my friends and family and I look forward to sharing great moments with them as we cross over to 2018.
I have a lot of film projects on the pipeline for my production outfit. So, people should be expecting more job from me come 2018.
I usually spend this precious time with family and good friends.
It is also for me, a time for praise and thanksgiving to God for a year well lived and also for retrospective purposes, because before you know it, we will be in the new year and the hustle and bustle will be back and everybody will go and continue the hustle.
I have had a great 2017 and I know that 2018 will even be more memorable and rewarding, by God’s Grace.
I intend to do more work and give more time to my girl-child project #GIRLSROC.
Chidi Ihezie Okafor
I will definitely spend it with my family. We have been on the road all year round, with little time for loved ones.
So, I am to take a break to spend quality time with them and we are going to have fun together.
This year has been a great year for me, career wise. It was the year I got the leading to venture into singing and I have a gospel album out, which I launched recently in Lagos and planning to present in different parts of the country.
It is a gospel album and we have to take the message of Jesus Christ to all nooks and crannies. While at that, I will still be on call as an actress.
So, I have plans for my new year and a couple of resolutions that are geared towards making me move to the next level in all ramifications.
Definately, my Christmas and New Year will be with my family. Apart from maybe going out to watch some amazing stage performances and movies, we usually use the time to just relax and be thankful for the gift of life and a 2017 that was loaded with success stories.
It was work and work for me in 2017 and we have a lot in the pipeline and we are looking forward to an awesome 2018, filled with divine, uncommon favours and rewards for all our hardwork.
I will spend the Christmas holiday with my family and as usual, we will play host to a few friends that will definitely come around.
There will be time to visit others too and to catch up with some movies I missed because of workload.
As for New Year resolutions, I don’t make them; I just go straight to work with my strategies and put God first ahead of my plans.
However, next year will be good. I was busy this year, but I know that by His grace, I will be busier next year.
Nse Ikpe Etim
I will spend my Christmas with family, because Christmas means family to me. It is that time when we come together to share fond memories and be thankful for the gift of life and gear up for the challenges of the coming year.
It is a time to share and also remember the power of love.
I never have been able to make New Year resolutions and stick to them, so I accept the things I cannot change and make an effort to be a better person, not losing my grounding and humanity.
That said, I am looking forward to a colorful year.