The Herald (Harare)

Zimbabwe: Pokello, Elikem Deny Breakup

Big Brother Africa lovebirds, Elikem Kumordzie and Pokello Nare have denied reports that they have broken up stating their relationship is stronger than ever.

Ghanaian newspaper, Graphic Showbiz, in yesterday's edition reported that the two have broken up and that Elikem is now dating a 28-year-old fashion designer, Theresa Boateng (Onnen), who came from Germany a month ago to establish her clothing line in Accra.

The newspaper stated that Elikem and Theresa have confirmed their month old relationship.

The story claimed Miss Boateng is even two weeks pregnant.

But the Ghanaian Big Brother star and his Zimbabwean beauty queen have denied the report.Elikem stated on micro blogging site, Twitter Monday that: "Pokello and I are still happily together. This is insane.

"What has Polikem done to these people.

"I love my wife. Period. I am not with Theresa Onnen," he said.

Pokello reacted swiftly to the reports saying: "Lol this media don't stop???wow guys. Showbiz Ghana - Polikem is a brand. When we break up we will inform u, not the other way round! Good day!"

Myjoyonline.com, however, has photographs taken by Elikem and Theresa.

Some of the pictures have on them inscriptions, "Having fun with ma babe", "I just love ma babe", and "U bring the best in me @ Elikem, God bless u. I love u more than u can imagine!!!!".

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