Industry News: Yes Boss! Naeto C Set to Wed Nicole Chukwueke in 2012!

Congratulations to artist Naeto C who is ready to put a ring on it. The internet was flooded, last week, with credible media and blog newsreports that the artist has confirmed he would indeed be getting married next year and is now engaged to his long time girlfriend Nicole Chukwueke.

A successful artist, an Msc degree holder, a music business owner/entrepreneur and trendsetter both in fashion and music, it logically makes sense this would be the next thing for him.

The pair are said to have attended Atlantic Hall high school but began dating in 2010. Chukwueke is a fashion model who earned a B.Sc in Economics from the University of Birmingham, UK, and subsequently also further her education receiving certifications/licenses in accounting.

They both look good together i.e. beautiful couple and I wish for them only great things ahead and a happy married life.


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