Nollywood actress, Destiny Etiko, and the CEO of Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing, Innocent Chukwuma, have been suspected to be having an affair.
Actress, Destiny Etiko fingered to be having an affair with Innoson Motors Boss
The actress came in the news again for allegedly having an affair with Innoson Motors boss.
According to blogger, Cutie Julls, the actress’s lifestyle has been funded by him.
The blogger claimed that Destiny has completely ignored the other men in her life as she focuses her entire attention on him.
“Awww beauriful small girl actress Destiny with her big god, Oga Innocent Chukwuma of Innoson Motors. This man has really changed Destiny. Destiny no send any man again since they strated dating. Awww”.
Know Destiny Etiko
Etiko was born in Udi, a village located precisely in Enugu state, a southeastern geographical area of Nigeria occupied predominantly by the igbo people of Nigeria. Etiko received both her primary and secondary school education in Enugu State where she obtained her First School Leaving Certificate and the West African Senior School Certificate.
The actress in a bid to obtain a university degree relocated to Anambra state and then applied to study Theater Arts at Nnamdi Azikiwe University located in Awka.
Etiko was accepted and granted admission and eventually graduated with a degree in Theater Arts.
She ventured into the Nigerian movie industry commonly known as Nollywood in 2011 and described her experience then as a difficult one because she had to combine her acting career with her school requirements as she was still a student at the time.
Etiko’s career received prominence after she featured in a movie titled Idemili which was produced in 2012 by Ernest Obi but was not released until 2014. Her role in the movie earned her a City People Entertainment Awards nomination. Before her role in the movie titled Idemili, Etiko had appeared in other movies although did not receive prominent roles in them.
The Nigerian business magnate and investor (Innoson) was born into the family of Chukwuma Mojekwu. He was the youngest child in a family of six.