Whoop, multiple award wining actress Genevieve Nnaji, is the newest Etisalat ambassador!.
Geneveive was unveiled as brand ambassador for Etisalat
Easyflex (a product from telecoms company, Etisalat)
today at an event, which was also attended by fellow actor,
Hakeem Kae-Kazim, who is also a brand ambassador for Etisalat.
Reports claim that the deal is worth N100million.
congratulations to her.
Obi Ofoedu, may have bitten more than he could chew as one of his church
members, Mrs. Favour Okafor, recently informed the police that the
prophet threatened to strike her with stroke because she refused to
accept his ‘calamity’ prophecy.
According to Encomium, trouble
started when the man of God prophesied during a church service that Mrs.
Okafor would face trouble in her place of work, which can only be
averted if the woman comes for special prayers.
Reacting to the prophecy, the woman categorically stated that nothing bad would happen to her.
the alleged threat, the woman reported the...
Emmanuel Asuquo, the award-winning producer and C.E.O of Cobhams Asuquo
Music Productions (CAMP), recently marked his 33rd birthday in a quiet
but glamorous way. He excitedly talked about his mum, wife and son in this interview...enjoy!
Let’s talk about your 33rd birthday, how does it feel?
It feels great, it’s really exciting. I had great fun with my family and friends who came around to celebrate with me.
A lot of people know Cohbams when it comes to production, but little is known about your family. Tell us more about your family?
I like to think that I am simple, someone that enjoys life. Family is
important to me, whether immediate or extended. God is important to me.
arrested a 38 year old Lagos State University graduate, Anthony Ezechukwu, for cloning the Facebook accounts of
prominent Nigerians and using same to defraud unsuspecting Nigerians.
Fashola, Federal Capital Territory Minister, Aisha Bala Mohammed and the
Director of the Abuja Geographical Information Systems, AGIS, Jamilah Tangaza
to transact his illegal business and smile to the bank.
EFCC found that Ezechukwu
devised clever baits to lure his victims. Once he successfully opened a
Facebook account with the false identity of a Mrs. Fashola, he began to send
out messages soliciting for friendship, which yielded enormous responses from