18 April 2014

Nigeria: Monalisa Chinda Confirms Breakup With Her Boyfriend!

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Monalisa Chinda.

Nollywood actress, Monalisa Chinda has finally confirmed that she has parted ways with her boyfriend of two years, Lanre Nzeribe.

In a statement issued through her publicist,Mediawise Networks, on Thursday, the actress has also resigned from Monalisa Magazine, meaning that her partnership with Lanre Nzeribe has come to an end.

Monalisa cited irreconcilable professional differences as the reason for the breakup.Both parties have made joint efforts to retain their partnership over the past few months, but to no avail.

The statement said that after several discussions, they finally reached a decision that "a separation is the best course of action they could take to address the situation in the best way."

Monalisa claimed, she has given so much time, energy and resources into the project. But, she decided to move out of the project because it was hurting her renewed ethos and she wanted to raise her standards of professionalism and focus more on projects that she loves from her heart.

"We regret to officially announce the resignation of Nollywood actress Monalisa Chinda from Monalisa Magazine, which also marks the end of her partnership with Mr. Lanre Nzeribe, due to irreconcilable professional differences.

Over the past few months, both parties have made concerted efforts to retain their partnership, to no avail, which led to their mutual agreement that a separation would be the best course of action.

Though she has, so far, committed so much time, energy and resources into the project, it is high time she moved on as she pursues renewed ethos to raise her standards of professionalism and focus on projects closer to her heart," the statement reads.

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