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Tricia Eseigbe-Kerry Actress knows her husband's passwords for his social media accounts

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Kingsley and Tricia Eseigbe-Kerry

(Bella NAija)

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Nollywood actress Tricia and her husband boast about having access to each others email, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts.

Nollywood actress and producer, Tricia Eseigbe-Kerry and husband, Kingsley, have been married for six years and in an interview with Punch on March 15,2015 share some of the secrets to their happy marriage

Tricia and Kingsley met for the first time on 1999 on the set of a movie called Live Wire. Her husband was the  director of the movie while she was the lead character. While on set, they developed a friendship and when the time was right, they got married.

When asked if she set out to marry a man who was also in the entertainment industry, she responded saying "I wanted to marry a good man and wished for God’s will to be perfected in my life. That I am married to someone in my industry is God’s making and not mine".

The couple admitted to having complete trust in each other, so much so that they have access to each others social media accounts; and also they have a joint account. Tricia proudly explained "We do not hide anything from each other. We are very transparent with our phones and details of our social media accounts. He has all the passwords and so do I. At any time, we can access these accounts and know what is trending in our lives. It is encouraging to do that because it helps to build trust."

In 2013 the actress launcheda child sexual abuse humanitarian/ public awareness campaign project called ‘The Psychologist’. The programme is designed to expose sexual predators in Nigeria, and to create a support platform for victims of child molestation.

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