''I’m Not A Nigerian'' – Actor, Kenneth Aguba Declared His 'Real' Citizenship

Actor Kenneth Jideofor, aka Aguba, has declared his "real" citizenship, claiming he is not a Nigerian.

Aguba, who was recently rescued from the streets of Enugu and given a house by the General Overseer of Omega Power Ministry (OPM), Apostle Chibuzor Chinyere, at one of the church's free estates in Port-Harcourt, raised eyebrows after revealing the type of woman he wishes to marry.

This was shortly after the clergyman promised to support the actor's wedding to any interested woman.

Even when a number of females expressed interest in him, Aguda insisted on marrying a virgin from Israel.

In a recent interview with Lucku Udu, Aguba stated that he was not an Igbo man from Nigeria, but rather an Israeli citizen.

The following is the conversation that transpired between Udu and Aguba.

Are you married?

I'm not married. I intend to marry, but only if it is my choice. "Marriage is not compulsory in any case," he said.

Udu: Do you have a particular woman in mind?

"Yes, I have a woman in mind." My place because I'm not Igbo. I'm not an Igbo dude. I'm not a Nigerian. "I am from Israel," Aguba replied.

"You're from Israel?"

"Yes!" said the actor.

Udu: So you're not even a Nigerian?

Aguba responded, "At all! I'm not a citizen. I am an Israeli citizen.

Udu: So you're looking at someone in Israel?

"Yes, I need a woman in Israel because God made men and women." "Choose whoever you want," Aguba said.

Udu: So the one you prefer is an Israeli woman?

"Yes, an Israeli woman with a virgin," Aguba responded.

"Should she be tall or short?" "Very tall and thin," Aguba responded.

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