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First, it was Genevieve Nnaji that fell inlove with D’banj after the release of his “fall in love’ musical video, now Beyonce has followed suit. D’banj you are hot indeed”!!! Don’t mind me, I stumbled on this and decided to share it. Fine, it’s not exactly
true, of course, it can’t be true but let’s imagine that it were…lolz!
While nosing around for news as usual, I stumbled on this report on Ascology news.
Residents of Asaba and Oko towns in Oshimilli South Local
Government Area of Delta State were stunned last weekend when a popular
akara (bean cake) seller in Oko revealed that the cause of her thriving
business was the death of her three children.
Felicia (surname withheld) reportedly confessed to the
horrendous act last Friday at a programme organized by a
miracle-performing Prophet Kings Maidoh of the Divine Mandate Ministry
in Asaba, the Delta State capital.
account of the drama said the sordid details of Felicia's booming
business came to light when Prophet Maidoh suddenly halted the service
and called a widow who sells akara. He told the thousands of
worshippers that the widow visited a herbalist, who gave her a charm
The United Nations Mission in South Sudan has presented special
United Nations, UN, medals to 34 Nigerian police officers for their
exceptional performance in the discharge of their assigned roles in the
Decorating the officers with their medals, the
Special Representatives of the Secretary General, SRSG, Mrs. Hilda
Johnson, described the honour as hard earned, considering the enormous
commitment and sacrifices the officers made in their efforts towards
enthroning the rule of law in the newly independent state.
part, Nigeria’s Inspector General of Police, Mohamed Abubakar, commended
the officers for their good conduct, advising them not to deviate from
the core values of discipline, professionalism, selflessness and
dedication to duties. (If I hear# hehehe...dedication to duties ko, selflessness ni)
Yoruba actor, Odunlade Adekola, who is presently soaring high in
Nollywood, has come out to tell his critics that he is not eager to accept a
role in any Nollywood movie shot in English.
Odunlade told nigeriafilms.com that "…that I don’t
act frequently in English film shouldn’t be an issue at all. Do the
Amita Bachans and the Kapoors of India and the Yang Yin or Chang Chong from
China try too hard to speak English? Why should my own case or those of
us proudly projecting our indigenous language be different? Those popular soap
operas that our ladies nowadays love to watch so much on TV that are from South
America were not originally voiced in English language but Spanish”
Odunlade further said “I really don’t see how that has
negatively affected some people. Really, I’m not crazy about the...