‘I am humbled to be a father of twins and my joy is limitless’- actor, FEMI OGEDEGBE


Nollywood actor and movie producer, Femi Ogedegbe and his wife, Nkechi welcomed a set of twins, a boy and girl on Wednesday, May 28, 2014. In an exclusive chat with ENCOMIUM Weekly, he expressed his joy on the new bundles of joy…


How does it feel?

It feels good because God has used me to further. His recreation and as a human being, I am humbled to be father to  set of twins and my joy is limitless. No word can describe it at all.

Were you expecting twins?

Though a scan had already informed us of the set and sex but still I had my doubt and asked the normal question if the scan was accurate.

How did you receive the news?

I was away in Warri anchoring children’s party on Children’s Day when the news came.

Was it through caesarean operation or what? How is her condition?

I bless God, they came through normal birth.

Are they your first children?

No, we have had Sharon Oshokunuoyiname Ifeoluwa Chioma Aliyaah Ogedegbe and then this and a boy outside my marriage

Did you ever envisage having twins?

I have always prayed for them and I always told Nkechi coupled with the fact that my wife’s father, (Kenneth) is a twin.

Can you tell us about your love story?

Nkechi Diane Ogedegbe is coincidentally a makeup artiste and costumier and she was the makeup artiste for the short film, Living Funeral that premiered at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival.

She is also the costumier for Charles Novia’s Alan Poser movie. And she is the in-house makeup artiste for Tajudeen Adepetu’s TV soap operas such as Shine , Dominos Everyday People, amongst others.

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