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Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Toyin Lawani's baby daddy insults her on social media....Alleges that she's having plastic surgery done in Turkey

Toyin Lawani

Toyin Lawani's baby daddy, Trigg, is attacking her on social media. The self acclaimed rapper took to his Instagram page this evening to accuse her of going to Turkey to get platic surgery done. If you recall, a fee days ago, he threw shade at her, saying that she eqs jealous of his much younger girlfriend.

See the screenshots of his rant below.
Toyin Lawani
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"I can’t wait to welcome another beautiful baby girl into our family!" - Kris Jenner on Khloe Kardashian's gender reveal

"I can?t wait to welcome another beautiful baby girl into our family!" - Kris Jenner on Khloe Kardashian



Kris Jenner is beyond thrilled about the impending arrival of her 5th granddaughter.
Khloe Kardashian revealed she and boyfriend Tristan Thompson are expecting a baby girl. Taking to her social media page, Kris congratulated the couple, adding that she can't wait to welcome the new member into their growing family...

"It’s a girl!!! SO blessed!! I can’t wait to welcome another beautiful baby girl into our family! Congrats my beauty @khloekardashian and
@RealTristan13 !! God is good!!" she captioned a photo of the couple.
"I can?t wait to welcome another beautiful baby girl into our family!" - Kris Jenner on Khloe Kardashian
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20-year-old labourer arraigned for stabbing neighbour in Abuja

20-year-old labourer arraigned for stabbing?neighbour in Abuja

Today, Police in Abuja arraigned a 20-year-old labourer, Ali Muhammed, in a Karmo Grade 1 Area Court, Abuja, for allegedly stabbing another man, Mubarrak Abdullahi, on the face.  

Mohammed, a resident of Kado Village, Abuja, is standing trial on a two-count of joint act and causing hurt. The defendant, however, pleaded not guilty.

Earlier, the Prosecutor, Dalhatu Zannah, had told the court that Abdullahi of same address with the defendant reported the incident at the Life Camp Police Station on March 2nd. Zannah said the complainant and the defendant had a misunderstanding which they settled.  

He, however, said that on the same date at 11: 10 p.m., the defendant and one Kabiru now at large violently attacked the complainant.  “The defendant and his accomplice violently beat the complainant for no reason and in the process the defendant stabbed him in the face with a knife,’’ Zannah said.  

The prosecutor alleged that it took the intervention of some policemen from Kado Team B Out-Post to rescue the complainant.  He told the court that in the process, the defendant was arrested and his accomplice ran away to an unknown destination.  The prosecutor said the offences contravened Sections 79 and 247 of the Penal Code.  The Judge, Abubakar Sadiq, admitted the defendant to N20,000 bail with a surety in like sum.

He ordered that the surety must reside within the court’s jurisdiction and must submit his current utility bills. The judge adjourned the case until March 28 for hearing.
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'With right leadership, Africa's drive to entrench democracy is on course' - President Buhari's speech at Ghana's 61st independence



President Muhammadu Buhari today in Accra, the capital of Ghana, said with the right leadership and implementation of public policies, Africa’s drive to eradicate poverty and entrench democracy is on course.

In his speech at Ghana’s 61st Independence anniversary celebration at the Independence Square in Accra, President Buhari noted that Nigeria and Ghana were benefitting immensely from leaders committed to improving their economies and tackling corruption.

President Buhari commended President Nana Akufo-Addo of Ghana on his achievements in the first year in office, lauding his committed fight against corruption and the passing of the Special Prosecutors Bill into law. He pledged Nigeria’s support to Ghana in the fight against corruption, noting that the menace of corruption had eaten into the fabrics of both societies.

‘‘From Nigeria, I have watched closely your achievements, ranging from your ingenious approach to creating jobs for the teeming youths through various initiatives, including the repositioning of agriculture for modern farming, ‘Farming for Jobs and Food’, Senior High School (SHS) free education, One-District-One-Factory, and One-Village-One-Dam as well as the improvement being recorded in the Republic’s macroeconomic indicators. All these efforts, I am aware, have made Ghana to become a good destination for foreign direct investment just like Nigeria.
Accept my congratulations! I congratulate both the government and the Parliament for the quick passage of the Office of the Special Prosecutor Act and its signing into law. ‘Your Excellency can be assured that you have a good partner in me as I look forward to any form of collaboration between Nigeria and Ghana in tackling the menace of endemic corruption. Given all these public policies, it becomes reassuring that with the right leadership, Africa’s drives to eradicate poverty and to entrench democracy is on course,’’ he said.
President Buhari, who was the special guest of honour at the ceremony, recounted the historic and cultural ties between Nigeria and Ghana, urging citizens of both countries to uphold the fraternal relations.

‘‘It is, therefore, my strong desire that we owe it as a duty to ensure that our good peoples continue to live in each other’s countries unhindered. Our newly rejuvenated Permanent Joint Commission for Cooperation has already provided us with good platform in resolving any differences while focusing on our main developmental objectives,’’ the President said.
Commenting on peace and security in West Africa, the President commended Akufo-Addo's contribution to ensuring peace in neighbouring Togo.

‘‘Permit me to put on record, Ghana’s untiring efforts in brokering peace in Togo, by bringing all the warring parties to the negotiation table. I am appealing to the opposing parties in Togo to please come together and resolve their differences so that Togo will move forward. In the same vein, I wish Nigeria and Ghana to continue to provide the impetus in realising the objectives and ideals of the founding fathers of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), to ensure security, peace and development of our region,’’ he said.
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Plateau government declares Thursday public holiday ahead of President Buhari's visit

 Plateau government declares Thursday public holiday ahead of President Buhari

The Plateau government has declared Thursday a work-free day to enable residents welcome President Muhammadu Buhari on a one-day working visit to the state.

A statement released by the state's Head of Service, Izam Azi, said the holiday will afford residents of the state to troop out enmass to welcome President Buhari.
“The holiday will afford civil servants and other citizens the opportunity to give the President a rousing welcome,” Mr. Azi said.
Meanwhile, Yakubu Dati, Commissioner for Information and Communication, has said there would be restriction of movement during the visit, especially around areas the president would inaugurate projects. Dati added that alternative routes have been provided for free vehicular movement.
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Nigerian IT entrepreneur, Toni Iwobi elected as first black senator in Italy

Nigerian IT entrepreneur,?Toni Iwobi elected?as first black senator in Italy

Toni Iwobi, a Nigerian IT entrepreneur who has spent 38 years in Italy, has been elected as the first black senator in the country. He was elected in the industrial city of Brescia in northern Italy.
“Friends, it is with great emotion that I inform you that I was elected senator of the Republic! After over 25 years of battles in the great family of the league, it is about to start another great adventure! My thanks go to Matteo Salvini, a great leader who led the league to become the first centre-Centre force of the country! I have to thank then my National Secretary Paolo Grimoldi, my now former provincial secretary and new Congressman Daniele Belotti, the whole team of the department for work done over these years, the great league militants and all facebook friends for their support. I can’t forget my family, without them I wouldn’t have come here today because they never stopped supporting me and being close to me! Thank you, thank you, thank you! I’m ready, friends!” he said in a statement. 
A member of the anti-migrant League, Iwobi emerged a town councillor in 1995. Ansa en Politics, an Italian website, described him as a committed activist. Iwobi is said to be the party’s immigration and security chief, speaking regularly on Italian TV.
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''Dashing from state to state on sympathy visits won't stop the loss of precious lives in our nation'' Lauretta Onochie



Continue to see her tweets below


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Update: Student crushed to death by BRT bus identified as 17-year-old Ezekiel Daniel

Update: Student crushed to death by BRT bus identified as 17-year-old Ezekiel Daniel

Tragedy struck in Monday morning at Idi- Iroko Ogolonto as a BRT bus crushed a student of  C&S primary school to death.
The deceased has been identified as Ezekiel Daniel, 17. The remains of the deceased has been removed from the scene. More photos below...

Update: Student crushed to death by BRT bus identified as 17-year-old Ezekiel Daniel

Update: Student crushed to death by BRT bus identified as 17-year-old Ezekiel Daniel

Update: Student crushed to death by BRT bus identified as 17-year-old Ezekiel Daniel

Update: Student crushed to death by BRT bus identified as 17-year-old Ezekiel Daniel
Update: Student crushed to death by BRT bus identified as 17-year-old Ezekiel Daniel

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Bukola Saraki commends UN Secretary-General for his commitment to remain in Northeast Nigeria despite recent attacks

Bukola Saraki commends UN Secretary-General for his commitment to remain in Northeast Nigeria despite recent attacks

President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki, has commended the Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, for the commitment of the world body to stay in Nigeria.

This follows the recent spate of attack on civilians, humanitarian workers and security operatives in the area.
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Church calls for decriminalization of prostitution like Jesus did


A South African church has called for the decriminalization of sex work, insisting that Jesus Christ was the first to do so.
Reverend Alan Storey of the Central Methodist Mission‚ Cape Town, together with members of the Asijiki Coalition for the Decriminalisation of Sex Work‚ last Thursday hoisted a banner over the church steeple in support of the decriminalisation of sex work. 
The banner read “Jesus was the first to decriminalise sex work.. According to the Sex Workers Education and Advocacy Taskforce (SWEAT)‚ this is the first time a South African religious institution has made a public statement in support of the decriminalisation of sex work in South Africa.
“What the criminalisation of sex work has done is make a vulnerable group of people even more vulnerable‚” said Storey. “The unintended consequences of criminalising sex work are horrific.” 
He explained that the criminalisation of sex work disempowers sex workers from insisting on safe sex practices with clients. “This makes sex workers more vulnerable to sexually transmitted diseases.” 
Storey said that it also adds to the social stigma and “almost validates their social outcast status”. He said this can make it difficult for sex workers to access health services and law enforcement. 
Pamela Chakuvinga‚ assistant national coordinator at national sex workers’ movement, Sisonke, said they are happy that we have pastors who recognise sex workers as human beings.
Chakuvinga said that here are religious leaders in Cape Town who think it is evil to do sex work. “They say that sex work is something demonic … They pray for sex workers to leave sex work.” 
Constance Nothando Mathe‚ co-ordinator at Asijiki said: “I would like to emphasise to those pastors that it is not their duty to judge. Only God can do that. They are there to preach the word of God. The church is a non-judgemental space‚ so people should not judge sex workers.”
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Police nabs father and son selling Tramadol and other hard drugs to school pupils in Lagos (photos)

Police nabs father and son selling Tramadol and other hard drugs to school pupils in Lagos (photos)

Biko, who's the father, who is the sun?
The Rapid Response Squad of the Lagos state Police command has arrested a father and son duo, Ibrahim Sheu (40) and Frank Ibrahim (23) for selling Tramadol and other hard drugs to secondary and primary school pupils in Itire, Lagos.
The arrest was made following reports from Lagos State Ministry of Women Affairs.
Police nabs father and son selling Tramadol and other hard drugs to school pupils in Lagos (photos)
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Photo of the day featuring Rochas Okorocha and Olusegun Obasanjo

Photo of the day featuring Rochas Okorocha and Olusegun Obasanjo



In celebration of President Olusegun Obasanjo's birthday
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Tonto Dikeh's ex husband, Olakunle Churchill shares throwback photos with his son and Obasanjo as he wishes him a happy birthday

Tonto Dikeh



Tonto Dikeh's ex-husband, Olakunle Churchill took to his IG page to wish former president, Olusegun Obasanjo a happy birthday. He shared throwback photos of himself with his son and Obasanjo on his page and wrote; 
A FATHER IS SOMEONE YOU LOOK UP TO, NO MATTER HOW TALL YOU GROW. I CELEBRATE YOU TODAY AS YOU ADD ONE TO YOUR AGE, HAPPY BIRTHDAY BABA,I WISH YOU ETERNAL LIFE IN CHRIST.SHALOM !
 Tonto Dikeh
Tonto Dikeh
Tonto Dikeh
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Watch the emotional moment Black Panther actor, Chadwick Boseman surprised Black Panther fans on Jimmy Fallon's show

Watch the emotional moment Black Panther actor, Chadwick Boseman surprised Black Panther fans on Jimmy Fallon

Black Panther fans were in for a beautiful surprise when Chadwick Boseman, the star actor of Black Panther walked in on them individually.
On Wednesday night’s "Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," some Black Panther fans were called one by one into a room to say what Black Panther means to them. In the room was a large photo of Chadwick Boseman and the fans were asked to say something to him. Unknown to them, he was behind the curtains listening with Jimmy Fallon and when they were done saying what they had to say, he made his presence known.

Watch the emotional moment Black Panther actor, Chadwick Boseman surprised Black Panther fans on Jimmy Fallon

The expressions on the face of each fan as Chadwick reveals himself is priceless. Some were so shocked they almost ran out of the room. One male fan greeted the Black Panther star with the Wakanda salute of crossed arms over his chest and said, “My king! My king!”. One female fan also did the Wakanda Salute while saying, "Wakanda Forever" and Chadwick replied with his thick Wakanda accent. 

Watch the emotional moment Black Panther actor, Chadwick Boseman surprised Black Panther fans on Jimmy Fallon

One particularly funny fan jokingly thanked Chadwick for wearing the Black Panther suit for most of the movie, because, according to him, "when your chest was out, [my girlfriend] was getting a little excited, and I felt insecure, so thank you for that."

Watch the emotional moment Black Panther actor, Chadwick Boseman surprised Black Panther fans on Jimmy Fallon

Watch the beautiful video below. .


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Church calls for decriminalization of prostitution like Jesus did


A South African church has called for the decriminalization of sex work, insisting that Jesus Christ was the first to do so.
Reverend Alan Storey of the Central Methodist Mission‚ Cape Town, together with members of the Asijiki Coalition for the Decriminalisation of Sex Work‚ last Thursday hoisted a banner over the church steeple in support of the decriminalisation of sex work. 
The banner read “Jesus was the first to decriminalise sex work.. According to the Sex Workers Education and Advocacy Taskforce (SWEAT)‚ this is the first time a South African religious institution has made a public statement in support of the decriminalisation of sex work in South Africa.
“What the criminalisation of sex work has done is make a vulnerable group of people even more vulnerable‚” said Storey. “The unintended consequences of criminalising sex work are horrific.” 
He explained that the criminalisation of sex work disempowers sex workers from insisting on safe sex practices with clients. “This makes sex workers more vulnerable to sexually transmitted diseases.” 
Storey said that it also adds to the social stigma and “almost validates their social outcast status”. He said this can make it difficult for sex workers to access health services and law enforcement. 
Pamela Chakuvinga‚ assistant national coordinator at national sex workers’ movement, Sisonke, said they are happy that we have pastors who recognise sex workers as human beings.
Chakuvinga said that here are religious leaders in Cape Town who think it is evil to do sex work. “They say that sex work is something demonic … They pray for sex workers to leave sex work.” 
Constance Nothando Mathe‚ co-ordinator at Asijiki said: “I would like to emphasise to those pastors that it is not their duty to judge. Only God can do that. They are there to preach the word of God. The church is a non-judgemental space‚ so people should not judge sex workers.”
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