Marriage To Pokello Was A Mistake Says Elikem

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Socialite Pokello Nare’s marriage to Ghanaian Elikem Kumordzie seems to have ended. Elikem described his marriage to his fellow Big Brother Africa housemate as a mistake that he hoped not to repeat. The Ghanaian posted a video on Instagram, which showed an engagement ring with the caption

“I’m definitely not making a mistake on the next one. The right one.”

This comes after reports that the glamour couple had split up although it was keeping the split under wraps to avoid courting bad publicity. Pokello is reported to have moved on and is said to be in a relationship with Ronald Muzambe who calls himself “rondontharon” on Instagram.

Pokello refused to comment on the matter. She went on to post:

You will hear good things about me; you will hear bad things about me. Think what you want. I ain’t clearing s*** up.

More: Daily News


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Elikem Kumordzie is a Ghanaian tailor and actor best known for representing Ghana in the 2013 Big Brother Africa reality show. Elikem got married to Harare Pokello Nare in a traditional marriage in 2015. It was reported in February 2018 that Elikem regretted marriage to... Read More About Elikem Kumordzie

Pokello Nare is a Zimbabwean socialite, businesswoman and former Big Brother Africa (BBA) housemate.She got married to Elikem Kurmodzie a Ghananian tailor and actor best known for representing Ghana in the 2013 Big Brother Africa reality show. Pokello is stepdaughter to Ignatius Chombo. In February... Read More About Pokello Nare

Big Brother Africa (BBA) is Africa's biggest reality television show screen on Dstv. Produced by Endemol, South Africa, the reality show is open to 14 African countries including Zimbabwe, Botswana, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Namibia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia. The... Read More About Big Brother Africa


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