Caroline (Hutchings) Danjuma, the former Nigerian actress, has hit back at fans who insisted she is older than she claimed to be.


On Sunday, Caroline announced she was turning 35. She also shared some photos of herself via her Twitter handle.

“Time for a magical ride on the 35th floor. Cheers to a new year!” she captioned the photo of herself in a red gown.

Taking to the comment section, a fan shared a screenshot from a Wikipedia page that quoted her to be aged 42.


The page placed her date of birth as June 1980. This generated a wave of disapproving remarks in the comment box.

In her reaction, Danjuma discredited the actuality of the Wikipedia page.

“Intelligent people know anyone can put anything on Google without facts. You ain’t intelligent in 2022,” she wrote.

In another comment, a Twitter user also dismissed Danjuma’s arguments.


The user cited what (s)he claimed was Danjuma’s age during a film project they had worked on together in the past.

“Lol, Ekanem, please. No be only 35. When I co-produced my first movie ‘Foreign Affairs’ which you starred in, I was 18 and you were 22. I’m 38 today,” the Twitter user wrote, dismissing Danjuma’s claim.

Caroline’s marriage to Musa Danjuma, the billionaire businessman, ended many years ago over alleged infidelity.

She made her screen debut in 2004, starring in some of the late Chico Ejiro’s popular films.

After a hiatus from film, Caroline made a comeback in 2016 and produced a romantic thriller titled ‘Stalker’.

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