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The site received some media attention in early 2001, featuring on the front page of the Daily Telegraph on 17 April 2001.Christian Connection UK on the basis of its Alexa Ranking has frequently achieved the top spot for all the UK based Christian sites compiled by Kesher Search.

Christian Connection is owned and operated by Widernet Communications Ltd based in London, UK.He went to New York Film Academy to study Film Making and now, he’s a professional film maker of note in the Yoruba movie industry.In this chat with ABIOLA ALABA PETERS, Sarumi, who is a Brand Ambassador and CEO of On-Top Entertainment Films International reveals the secret of his wealth, and a lot more about his career I started acting about 10 years ago through Odunfa Caucus, which is being headed and controlled by Uncle Yinka Quadri and Taiwo Hassan.In October 2013 Christian Connection launched sites in Hong Kong and Singapore.On 18 February 2001 Christian Connection was first featured in the Sunday Telegraph with the headline "Christian dating agency goes online to find perfect partners".“So, they seek the only other viable alternative that they have: an affair.

It’s cheaper than a divorce, and it’s safer than ever before.

Apart from that, I am a Higher National Diploma holder in Banking and Finance.

Right from my childhood, acting has been what I love doing and I have been crazy about it before I finally opted for it.

All I did was to have my certificate and I then went into acting to make a living from it.

It has been rosy since I joined but at the same time tough especially with piracy; investing in your movies and nothing good coming out from it. Considering your love for acting at a tender age, what then took you to the banking industry?

The layout, profile pages, and information asked of subscribers are all fairly typical of mainstream dating sites. As media companies experiment with ways to diversify revenue sources, papers like the Guardian, Sunday Times, and the Daily Telegraph in Britain have set up sites to make matches among their readers.