Zoom naming ceremony for Tricia Eseigbe Kerry’s ‘angelic baby girl’
But for the restriction of movements and gatherings occasioned by COVID-19 pandemic, there would probably not be any venue fit enough to contain the large crowd of Nollywood and sports celebrities that would have turned up for the naming ceremony of the new born baby of notable Nollywood actress and show host Tricia Eseigbe-Kerry.
The actress and CEO of Bold Faces International Foundation was delivered of the baby girl hours into her birthday commemoration on July 14. But that is not the news. The news is that Tricia and hubby Kingsley Kerry had to wait 10 years after their colourful marriage in 2009 for the ‘angelic baby girl’ that was christened Gracelyn, Alitricia, Faith, Omonele Elo-Oghene, Ebehimare, Kerry.
The christening ceremony held via ZOOM, was relayed on Facebook where a large crowd of fans and colleagues shared the joy of the day with the Kerry’s. In a testimony she shared shortly after the bundle of joy was christened, Tricia said, “it’s been a traumatic 10 years; physically, mentally, spiritually, financially, psychologically, anyway you can describe it, it wasn’t a pleasant journey. My faith in God, amazing husband and family support got me through the dark tunnel, and today we can celebrate his Goodness…I would like to end by pleading with our society not to pressure women that are experiencing the same challenges like I did because, it is a very difficult journey which does not require unnecessary pressure from in-laws, family and friends.
There are so many things physically, mentally and medically that these women are going through. I pray that people will give women that are looking for fruit of the womb more positive support and as a believer we cannot give up on God because he never gave up on us…Thank you everyone and God bless us and heal the world from this pandemic in Jesus name’’. An Ishan native from Edo State and one time winner of the Miss University of Benin and Miss Bendel Expo crown, Tricia had her break as an actress after she featured as the lead actress of one of Nollywood’s critically acclaimed movies of the 90’s titled ‘Samadora’.
However, the actress who presently combines being a show host and running her Bold Faces International Foundation made her debut on the set of ‘Rituals’ a movie produced by Chief Kenneth Nnebue who funded the phenomenal home movie ‘Living In Bondage’. She rode on the back of that singular appearance to grab a number of movie roles including ‘Jungle Justice’, ‘Queen of the night’, Blue Sea’, ‘Infidelity’, ‘Maniac’, ‘Single Girl’, ‘Passion of the Mind’, ‘Passion of Love’, ‘Beyond Pardon’, ‘Trials’ and ‘Moving Train’.
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