Nigeria: The Nigerian Celebrity Babies We Welcomed in 2020

23 December 2020

A number of Nigerian celebrities have been welcoming their babies all year long, from Regina Daniels to Simi, Halima Abubakar, and even Zlatan

A number of Nigerian celebrities have been welcoming their babies all year long, from Regina Daniels to Simi, Halima Abubakar, and even Zlatan. Here, we present the list of 23 Nigerian celebrity babies of 2020

1-Regina Daniels

Popular Nollywood Actress, Regina Daniels, and her husband, Ned Nwoko, welcomed a baby boy on June 29.

The 21-year-old new mum bore her baby days after she had a surprise baby shower. The all-white event which took place in Abuja was organised by her friends with the help of her hubby.

2-Simi

Nigerian music couple, Simi and Adekunle Gold, welcomed their first child, a daughter on June 7.

Simi, 31, shared the news on Instagram on Sunday and revealed that they had named her Adejare. The couple tied the knots at a private ceremony in Lagos, in December 2019.

Simi's pregnancy was confirmed when she debuted her baby bump in the video for her song, 'Duduke'. The track was released on her birthday, April 19.

3-Mercy Johnson

Nollywood star, Mercy Johnson and husband, Prince Okojie, welcomed their fourth child, a daughter, in the United States, on May 4. The couple are already parents to a son and two daughters.

Mr Okojie broke the news on Instagram and also revealed her name, Divine Mercy Ehinomen Okojie.

The baby was born at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. The couple had an elaborate wedding in Lagos in 2011.

4-Halima Abubakar

Actress Halima Abubakar announced the arrival of her bundle of joy on April 3. Halima first hinted about being pregnant in November 2019 when she said she is expecting a "Lil Minnie". The father of the child remains unknown.

5-DJ Enimoney

YBNL's DJ Enimoney and his girlfriend welcomed a baby girl on July 16. The artist, who is the younger brother of indigenous rapper Olamide, shared the news on Instagram saying "Ahliamdulilah, it's a girl. Anina,"

6-Nina

BBNaija's Nina and her US-based husband, Tony, announced the birth of their son on July 13.

The excited father is the one who took to Instagram to share the news of their baby's arrival. The couple held their traditional wedding ceremony that took place on February 15 in Nina's hometown in Imo state.

7-Kcee

Nigerian singer, Kcee and his wife, Ijeoma, welcomed his third child with his wife on May 12. The couple wedded in 2010 months after an elaborate Dubai proposal.

8-Bambam

BBNaija stars, Tope Adenibuyan aka Teddy A and Bamike Olawunmi aka BamBam, welcomed their daughter on March 5.

Bambam welcomed the baby four months after their star-studded Dubai wedding. The lovebirds began their relationship while still in the BBNaija house.

9- Junior Pope

Nollywood actor, Junior Pope, and his wife Jennifer Awele welcomed their third child, a boy, on October 27. The newborn has been named Jamon Adimchinobi Odonwodo, his dad announced.

10- DJ Xclusive

DJ Xclusive and his heartthrob, Tinuke Ogundero, welcomed a baby girl on September 2. The couple got married on October 1, 2015.

11- Mr Dutch

Nigerian singer, songwriter, and producer, Bright Ukpabi, popularly known as Mr Dutch welcomed a bouncing baby boy with his second baby mama, a South African chef and actress named Sunell Hughes on November 7.

12- Linda Ejiofor

Tinsel stars, Linda Ejiofor and Suleiman Ibrahim, also welcomed their first child, a daughter, on July 9. The couple held their white wedding on November 11, 2018, at Jahlobia recreation park and gardens, Ikeja, Lagos.

13- Browny Igboegwu

Nollywood actor, Browny Igboegwu, and his wife welcomed their first child on June 16. They had been married for 10 years.

14-Yewande Adekoya

Popular Yoruba actress, Yewande Adekoya, welcomed a baby girl on April 17. The actress, who is popularly called Ednawey, has been married to actor and movie producer, Abiodun Thomas, for seven years

15- Agbani Darego

The former Miss World, Agbani Darego, welcomed her second child on December 4. She tied the knots with Ishaya, son of a retired general, Theophilus Danjuma, at a private wedding held at the Amanjena Luxury Resort in Marrakech, Morocco, on April 8, 2017.

16-Razaq Owooniran

Popular Yoruba movie actor, Razaq Owooniran, popularly known as Wazo, and wife, announced the birth of their son on May 19 on their Instagram pages. The couple tied the knots at Moreta event center, Ikotun Lagos on September 4, 2018.

17- Timaya

Timaya announced the arrival of his daughter with his third baby mama, a Nigerian-American visual artist, Dunnie O, on November 17, 2020. This is despite welcoming the child in February.

18-Lyta

Nigerian Singer Lyta and his girlfriend, Coco Brown, welcomed a son on July 24.

19-Vector

Nigerian rapper Olanrewaju Ogunmefun popularly known as Vector and his partner welcomed their baby on Wednesday. The rapper broke the news on Monday. The rapper also has a daughter from a previous relationship.

20- Zlatan

Nigerian singer-songwriter and dancer Omoniyi Temidayo Raphael, known professionally as Zlatan, and girlfriend, Seyi Awonuga, welcomed their son on May 27.

21- Sean Jimoh

Popular Nigerian actor Sean Jimoh and his wife welcomed a baby girl on May 22 at a hospital in the United States of America. The actor and his wife, Olatokumbo, became proud second-time parents.

22-Baba Tee

Yoruba actor, Baba Tee, welcomed a baby boy with his third wife on June 24. The 40-year-old made this known when he shared a photo of himself kissing his wife's baby bump while wishing himself a happy Father's Day.

23-Ibrahim Chatta

Nollywood actor, Ibrahim Chatta and wife Olaide Aishat better known as Lizzy Berry welcomed their baby on March 14. The excited actor shared the good news on his Instagram page.

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