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Mercy Aigbe

Nollywood actress Mercy Aigbe is getting set to launch a TV show on her YouTube channel and it is titled TheSwitchwithmercyaigbe.

The 42 year old business woman and brand influencer took to Instagram to announce the good news, knowing fans can barely wait for the show.

Read her message here:

I am super excited about my new tv show TheSwitchwithmercyaigbe coming to my YouTube channel MercyAigbeTV in a bit!!!!!!! Cc @theswitchwithmercyaigbe @magdiva_films Anticipate 🎥💃

Aigbe has two kids Michelle and Juwon and she was formerly married to Lanre Gentry.

She is best known for her Yoruba movies.

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