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Nigerian comedian Maraji welcomes baby boy



The comedian announced in 2021 that she was expecting her first child.

Nigerian comedian and skit maker Maraji has welcomed a baby boy with her husband.

The popular skit maker made this known via her Instagram page on Thursday, April 21, 2022.

“21/04/22 Jayden Mensah. Fam , I respect women ooh,” she captioned the video.

Gloria Olorunto also known as Maraji is a popular comedian on social media [Instagram/Maraji]
Gloria Olorunto also known as Maraji is a popular comedian on social media [Instagram/Maraji]

Congratulations to Maraji from all of us at Pulse.

Gloria Olorunto popularly known as Maraji first revealed that she was pregnant in Dec 2021, where she shared a video debuting her belly bump.

It would be recalled that in September 2020, Maraji broke down on social media as she recounted how her partner dumped her.

“Recently I was dumped by ex for no reason. Apparently, he likes someone else. It has been a tough month because it happened just last month. It has been a tough month,” she said.

However, in March 2022, she revealed that she married the same man who broke her heart and made her weep on social media two years ago.

“Aunty Gloria remember that time you were heartbroken, was it your current hubby,” the fan asked.

The popular skit maker was affirmative in her response.

Maraji says the break up has affected her adversely [Instagram/Maraji]
Maraji says the break up has affected her adversely [Instagram/Maraji]

“This same guy, this same housemate of mine, na em break my heart. I would have given you guys the full story but let’s just move past it,” she said.

Maraji is a Nigerian comedienne who hails from Edo state.

She has gained prominence around the country for her hilarious skits.

She holds a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Covenant University.

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