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Monday, October 16, 2017

Legendary 'Glamour Girls' Dolly Unachukwu and Gloria Anozie catch up after 10 years





Talented actress Gloria Anozie-Young shared this photo with Dolly Unachukwu. Brings back memories!
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Police sergeant, retired ASP arrested for ‘robbery’




A police sergeant serving at the Oworo Police Division, Lagos State, Yakubu Aiyegba, and a retired Assistant Superintendent of Police, Obosa Augustine, have been arrested for alleged robbery.
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According to a report by Punchng, they were apprehended along with a taxi driver, Godwin George, by operatives from the Shasha Police Station.
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It was learnt that Aiyegba and Augustine were notorious for raiding a hotel in Egbeda and extorting money from guests in the facility. They reportedly paraded themselves as operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, Lagos State Command.
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They were said to have forcefully collected a sum of N50,000 and a laptop from an unnamed guest a few weeks ago. The trio went back to the facility – Ehis Hotel – on Wednesday on another extortionate raid.
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They were allegedly in the middle of the act when operatives from the Shasha division, who acted on a tip-off, stormed the hotel and picked them up. The Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Olarinde Famous-Cole, confirmed the arrest, adding that investigations were ongoing.
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Lol! What city is she from?



Lol! What city is she from?

You people should come and carry your sister o
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"Don't pull out tonight' - Singer Teyana Taylor tells her man after he shared sexy pic on IG





Singer and model Teyana Taylor's man, Iman Shumpert shared this photo on IG and she drooled...and got naughty with him...


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Recovering Monkey Box patient commits suicide at quarantine center in Bayelsa state



Recovering Monkey Box patient commits suicide at quarantine center in Bayelsa state

One of the patients receiving medical care for 'Monkey Pox' at the quarantine centre in Bayelsa state has committed suicide, the State Commissioner for Health, Prof. Ebitimitula Etebu, has said.

Addressing a press conference in Yenagoa, he said the deceased was among the 21 suspected cases of 'MonkeyPox' that were being managed at the Niger Delta University Teaching Hospital (NDUTH).

Etebu was joined by the Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Daniel Iworiso-Markson, the Chief Medical Director of the NDUH and other senior health officials. He expressed regret that the patient took his own life despite speedily recovering from the disease ‎and stated that his medical history did not suggest any mental illness or features of depression.

The Health Commissioner maintained the patient did not die from the disease, adding that the police and his family have been duly informed and all due diligence is being followed for the eventual respectful and safe burial. While sympathizing with the family, the Commissioner informed that a committee has been put in place to evaluate his past and recent clinical and social history to determine "if there were undisclosed mental illness or personal family problem that could have justified the suicide".

Meanwhile Prof. Etebu has confirmed that truly it is MonkeyPox that is in the state ‎following laboratory evidence which now puts to rest the earlier suspicion of the disease. He however assured the general public again that the government is doing everything to contain the outbreak and ensure all patients receive appropriate care and treatment.

Iworiso-Markson on his part urged residents to continue to use preventive measures and ensure they avoid bushmeats and other causes of the disease.
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SARS operatives sexually harass lady in Ilorin, after wrongly accusing her of being a “yahoo girl” and a prostitute

SARS operatives sexually harass lady in Ilorin, after wrongly accusing her of being a “yahoo girl” and a prostitute. read her tweet here:




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Google Celebrates Nigerian Former Slave, Equiano’s Posthumous Birthday


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Olaudah Equiano (c. 1745 – 1797) known in his lifetime as Gustavus Vassa (/ˈvæsə/), was a prominent Nigerian in London, a freed slave who supported the British movement to end the slave trade. .
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His autobiography, published in 1789, helped in the creation of the Slave Trade Act 1807 which ended the African trade for Britain and its colonies.
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“Love wins,” Charly boy’s daughter, Dewy, says, as she attends the 2017 Gay Pride in Atlanta

“Love wins,” Charly boy’s daughter, Dewy, says, as she attends the 2017 Gay Pride in Atlanta. check her photos below:



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Nigerian man, Seun, stabbed to death today at Gowon Estate, Egbeda, Lagos, by his girlfriend, Adesuwa, whom he wished a happy birthday, 3 days ago

Nigerian man, Seun, stabbed to death today at Gowon Estate, Egbeda, Lagos, by his girlfriend, Adesuwa, whom he wished a happy birthday, 3 days ago. read her tweet here:

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Buhari meets girl who donated her lunch money to his presidential campaign


President Muhammadu Buhari Monday in Abuja received three young admirers in the State House, who have shown high interest in his administration, and prayed for his recovery during ill-health.
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3-year old Maya Jammal became an internet sensation when her videoed prayer for the President’s recovery went viral, while 10 year-old Aisha Aliyu Gebbi penned a personal letter to Pres. Buhari describing herself as his “biggest fan’’.
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Nicole Benson, 12, had contributed N5,785 to the President’s campaign in 2015, which was all saved up from her lunch and pocket allowance.
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 “I am very impressed by what the children have been able to do,’’ President Buhari said, “I can see Maya is shy. I watched her video where she was praying for my recovery when I was ill.’’
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The President attributed his victory at the polls to the contributions of good hearted Nigerians, like young Nicole, who is from Lagos State, and showed her support by sending her personal savings.
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“Nicole, I congratulate you, and myself for being here today. Your contribution made a great impact. As you can see, I am here in the Presidential Villa. Thank you,’’ he said.
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President Buhari told Aisha that her letter was heart-warming, noting that he felt re-assured knowing he had fans amongst the children. “Thank you very much for the letter,’’ he said.
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The President said he looked forward to more visits from the children. “I am hoping that it will not be the first and last time we will be meeting while I am here. We will continue to meet even after I have left here.’’
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Speaking on behalf of the parents, Hon. Aliyu Ibrahim Gebbi, said the President’s gesture of inviting the children to the Presidential Villa was a dream come true. Gebbi said the invitation also added to the President’s long standing record of good heartedness and fairness.
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“In a nation with few legends and accuracy of truth, we look up to you, Mr. President, and our children are looking up to you,’’ he added. Maya lives in the FCT, while Aisha came in from Bauchi State.

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Lil Kim and her boobs hit the club (photos)





Lil Kim and her boobs hit the club (photos)
...and what's that on her lips?

Lil Kim and her boobs hit the club (photos)
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'No case of Monkeypox virus in Lagos' Minister of Health, Isaac Adewole, says


Minister of Health, Isaac Adewole, says all the Monkey Pox samples obtained from Lagos and subjected to laboratory examination tested negative. Adewole broke the news at a press conference in Abuja today. According to him, three cases of the viral disease have been confirmed in Bayelsa. 
“As of October 13, 2017, there were 17 SUSPECTED cases reported from Yenagoa LGA in Bayelsa State. We have received laboratory confirmation for Monkeypox virus from three of these cases from the WHO Regional Laboratory in Dakar, Senegal. Samples from 12 other cases from Bayelsa were negative. With these results, four suspected Monkeypox outbreak in Yenagoa have been confirmed with laboratory evidence. The most likely source of infection is a primary zoonotic transmission, from an animal, with a secondary person-to-person transmission.
“Since our initial announcement, a total of 43 other suspected cases have been reported from eight other states namely Akwa Ibom, Cross River, Ekiti, Lagos, Enugu, Nasarawa, Rivers, and FCT. Of these, four cases from Lagos have also been tested and confirmed to be negative for the Monkeypox virus. We expect that many of these cases being reported from other states in Nigeria are not caused by the Monkeypox virus, but we will continue to investigate all those cases that fit the case definition. Further laboratory tests using whole genome sequencing are being carried out by the Africa Centre for Genomics and Infectious Diseases in Redeemers University Ede, Ogun State.” he said.
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Nicki Minaj looks unrecognizable as she is featured on one of the covers of New York Times' October Greats issue



Nicki Minaj looks unrecognizable as she is featured on one of the covers of New York Times

The New York Times' October 22 Greats issue has seven different covers and Nicki Minaj is featured on one of them. 
In photos taken for the publication, the 34-year-old rapper looked different from her usual self. She was demure, from her simple makeup to her clothes that covered every inch of skin, and the look suits her so well. Each of the seven other personalities chosen for The New York Times' T magazine are individuals doing amazing things in their respective industries so this is a nod to Nicki and all that she's doing.
Nicki Minaj looks unrecognizable as she is featured on one of the covers of New York Times
Nicki spoke of her fourth studio album, which doesn't have a release date as of yet. She said the album responsible in large part for her new found confidence and how content she feels with her life right now.
"Sonically, I know what the album’s about to sound like," she said of the unreleased project. "I know what this album is gonna mean to my fans. This album is everything in my life coming full circle and me being truly, genuinely happy. It feels almost like a celebration."
She also spoke to how personal her last album, The Pink Print, was and how that process allowed her to mature and evolve while working on her current project.
She said: "The last album (was) almost like my diary, closing the chapter on certain things and not knowing if I was happy or sad about beginning new chapters... Now, I can tell you guys what happened for the last two years of my life. I know who I am. I am getting Nicki Minaj figured out with this album and I’m loving her."
Nicki Minaj looks unrecognizable as she is featured on one of the covers of New York Times
She was also asked what qualities she thinks a good rapper should possess and she replied: "Do you sound intelligent? Does your flow switch up? Are you in command of the beat?"
She continued: "I listen for things like that. Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, Foxy Brown - those are the three I keep in my head when I’m writing because they’ve influenced me so much, I feel like I’m a part of all of them."
Nicki Minaj looks unrecognizable as she is featured on one of the covers of New York Times
She also spoke about feeling totally free during this new creative process, with a lack of studio interference being a big reason for the sense of liberation.
"This is definitely the most inspired and free and excited I’ve been since I started releasing albums through a label," she said. "I’m not going to blame a label. You just overthink. When you’re doing your own little thing, you feel like, I can be myself, I can be crazy. When you start working with a record company, you start thinking you need a bigger sound. I wanted to get back to the place where I wasn’t second-guessing things so much."
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Nigerian professor, Onyeka Nwelue, blasts women over their selfishness, reveals that he’s a victim of sexual abuse too

Nigerian professor, Onyeka Nwelue, blasts women over their selfishness, reveals that he’s a victim of sexual abuse too. read her instagram handle here:

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Actor Isaiah Washinton has some words for Black women who wear weaves





Actor Isaiah Washinton has some words for Black women who wear weaves
Is he saying we have emotional issues for wearing weaves? Say what? Lol. See his argument below...

Actor Isaiah Washinton has some words for Black women who wear weaves

Actor Isaiah Washinton has some words for Black women who wear weaves
Actor Isaiah Washinton has some words for Black women who wear weaves

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Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie strikes a confident pose as she features on one of the seven covers of The New York Times' T Magazine’s Greats issue




Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie strikes a confident pose as she features on one of the seven covers of The New York Times

Nigerian author, Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche is one of the seven personalities featured on the seven different covers of The New York Times' T Magazine’s October Greats issue.
The personalities chosen to grace the T magazine covers are all  masters in their respective fields and as a succesful author turned public intellectual, it was no surprise that the Americanah author made it to the cover.
The pulication described Ms Adichie as a "humanist on and off the page". 
"She is the rare novelist to become a public intellectual — as well as a defining voice on race and gender for the digital age," The New York Times Style Magazine wrote of her.
The magazine told a story which occurred recently in the life of the 40-year-old author. Not long ago, Adichie, who has a 23-month-old daughter, stood in front of a small class of literature students at Cardozo high school in Washington, D.C and faced her audience. 
She asked the 20-odd students, "So, what should we talk about?" but no one raised their hand.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie strikes a confident pose as she features on one of the seven covers of The New York Times
Adichie was wearing a T-shirt that read, in glittering letters, "We Should All Be Feminists," and she carried a Christian Dior bag that bore the same message, both inspired by her 2012 TEDx Talk, which has been viewed over four million times, Dave Eggers wrote for The New York Times. The students had been assigned to read Adichie’s essay based on the talk, and thus it was dispiriting when the first question came from a young man, originally from Ghana, who very politely asked how Adichie was balancing her work with the responsibilities of motherhood.
She looked down and smiled. She took her time, and then, with her chin still lowered, she raised her eyes to look kindly at the student.
"I’m going to answer your question," she said, "but you have to promise me that the next time you meet a new father, you ask him how he’s balancing his work and the responsibilities of fatherhood."
The young man shrugged. Adichie, who is 40, smiled warmly at him, but thereafter, the class, already intimidated and shy, grew only more so.
"Why don’t I read a bit?" she said finally, and she did.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie strikes a confident pose as she features on one of the seven covers of The New York Times
Afterward, Adichie and I sat at a restaurant in Columbia Heights. "He was quite sanguine, wasn’t he?" she said about the young man she’d carefully corrected. "Maybe he’s young enough that he hasn’t been indoctrinated into the cult of how and when to take offense. He can still look at the merits of an argument. Either that, or he was looking pleasantly at me and thinking, 'Bitch, go away.' "
The New York Times T magazine October Greats issue will be out on October 22nd. Other peronalities featured on the other covers are; Nicki Minaj (rapper), Park Chan-Wook (director), Amy Adams (actor), Claes Oldeburg (artist), Stephen Sondheim (composer), and Dries Van Noten (fashion designer).
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Zuma Statue: You are very stupid, Gov. Okorocha slams political commentator, Omojuwa, over his tweet

Zuma Statue: You are very stupid, Gov. Okorocha slams political commentator, Omojuwa, over his tweet. read his tweet below:

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Pained much? Lol! 'You're very stupid' - Gov. Okorocha tells political commentator Omojuwa over tweet about statues






See his reply below...
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Alaafin of Oyo dazes his youngest wife, Badiratu Olaitan, with a brand new car as an early birthday gift

Alaafin of Oyo dazes his youngest wife, Badiratu Olaitan, with a brand new car as an early birthday gift. check her snapchat handle here. showing more appreciation.



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Photos: Governor Wike meets Cristano Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos; to set up Real Madrid Football Academy in Rivers State



Photos: Governor Wike meets Cristano Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos; to set up Real Madrid Football Academy in Rivers State
Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike on Monday, toured training facilities of Real Madrid Football Club as part of the process of setting up of a Real Madrid Academy in Rivers State.The governor met with officials of the club,  Football Megastar, Cristano Ronaldo  and Real Madrid Captain, Sergio Ramos where further modalities were discussed. 

Photos: Governor Wike meets Cristano Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos; to set up Real Madrid Football Academy in Rivers State
Photos: Governor Wike meets Cristano Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos; to set up Real Madrid Football Academy in Rivers State
Photos: Governor Wike meets Cristano Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos; to set up Real Madrid Football Academy in Rivers State
Photos: Governor Wike meets Cristano Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos; to set up Real Madrid Football Academy in Rivers StatePhotos: Governor Wike meets Cristano Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos; to set up Real Madrid Football Academy in Rivers State
Photos: Governor Wike meets Cristano Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos; to set up Real Madrid Football Academy in Rivers State

Governor Wike was accompanied on the inspection tour by the State Commissioner of Sports, Mr Boma Iyaye and Former Nigerian International, Adokiye Amiesimaka.

Vice President of Interact Sports, Mr Kazma and officials of Real Madrid led Governor Wike and his entourage on a guided tour of the Real Madrid Training Facility. 

In the meeting with Real Madrid Stars, Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos, Governor Wike said that the objective  of setting up  the Real Madrid Academy in Rivers State is to develop stars that would rule the world in the nearest future 

"We are using football  as one of the key empowerment programmes for the next generation.  We want to grow international football  stars from a tender age," he said.
"We will  tap from the experience  and exposure of Real Madrid  and their stars. This  is a project that will revolutionise  football  in Rivers State and Nigeria,", Governor Wike noted.

He assured that the Academy  to be established  in the state will be of international standard and will take into consideration  the education of the children. 

Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos lauded Governor Wike for his commitment to the development of the game of football. 

Rivers State Sports Commissioner, Mr Boma Iyaye said that the Real Madrid Affiliated Football Academy will enhance the game of football in the state. 

Governor Wike is billed to meet with the President of Real Madrid on Tuesday to formalize  the agreement between the Rivers State Government and the club on the establishment of the Academy.
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Some of you will consider money rituals this December, Mayorkun prophesies

Some of you will consider money rituals this December, Mayorkun prophesies. check out his instagram page here.

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