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Saturday, March 22, 2014

‘Pokello And I Are Still Happily Together’ – BBA Lovebirds Deny Break-Up Rumour

By: Stephen Kwabena Effah
The lovebirds have been cruising after the BBA Reality Show at Jo'burg in 2031
Big Brother Africa housemates, Elikem Kumordzie and Pokello Nare, have rubbished media reports that their eight-month old relationship has ended abruptly. 
A Monday issue of a popular Ghanaian showbiz newspaper reported that the pair, whose romance the paper described as a ‘fairy tale’, has collapsed. The report claimed Elikem confirmed the breakup Sunday, but declined to give details. 
It further said Elikem has started a new relationship with a German-based Ghanaian fashion designer, Theresa Boateng who is pregnant for him. But the couple, whose romance ignited while in the 2013 Big Brother Africa reality show in Johannesburg, took to twitter to pour out their disgust about the publication.
Elikem, said to be at the centre of the break-up with Pokello, tweeted 8:25 am Monday to debunk the media reports describing it as “Nkwasiasem” (nonsensical) and assured the hundreds of Ghanaian and Zimbabwean fans that they are still together.

And about Theresa Boateng?

Earlier at 7:10 am, he tweeted:

The Zimbabwean television presenter, apparently surprised about the reports, did not mince words in her tweet and allayed fears of her fans.

And that was not all. Pokello did not spare the supposed new lover of Elikem as she descended heavily on her (Theresa Boateng)

Apparently, Pokello and Theresa Boateng (third from left in the picture above) shared a stage at a recent fashion show held in Accra, at which event reports suggest she met Elikem. 

The lovebirds have formed a clothing line ‘Polikem’ and in the last few months been riding on their newfound fame to promote authentic African print designs on the continent. Also referred to as ‘Delicious Delilah’, Pokello has toured some parts of Africa with Elikem to promote the brand at various fashion shows where she models in an array of dresses made from African fabrics.
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