The beautiful queen of the Okoye empire, has just shared the ‘selfie’ above with the caption below:
the middle of the week, let’s thank God for the gift of life. Let’s be
kind to one another, life can be tough as it is. Pay someone a
compliment, send someone some flowers or a nice text, email, voicemail
or a tweet appreciating him/her in your life. Dont sweat the small stuff
as life is too damn short. Give someone a hug today or everyday if you
can. Spread love not hate…..If you have been hurt by someone take it
as God is trying to teach you something. Learn from your pain but
ultimately Forgiveness is key. To all my friends, I love you. To my IG
family, you rock…I may not know you all but I appeciate you; even the
one’s that have nothing kind to say, you still rock..?? Have a
fabulous rest of the week, be safe and God bless. #selfie #spreadinglovenothate.”
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Lol! A Police officer reportedly slumped yesterday after following a directive by the Inspector General of Police, transferring him to Borno State. The officer, an Assistant Superintendent of Police
(ASP) attached to the Central Police Station, Nnewi in the Anambra State
Police Command, had less than a year left to retire from the service
was among the 149 officers affected by the postings to different parts of the country. He was then rushed to a private hospital in Nnewi where he was revived.
the ranks of ASP and Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP) serving in the
state were transferred. Some of the affected officers are alleging
ethnic bias in the transfers, as most especially the Igbos who are
protesting their transfer to the...
our newbies, the KFB foodie talk column - handled by Dobby of Dobbysignature - is basically for ladies and
'guys' that are interested in learning how to cook better ;).
Coconut candy is a classic Nigerian sweet treat which has been around for as long as I can remember. My escapade with this chewy goodness takes me way back in the days when it was sold in the streets for as little as 25kobo. I remember vividly, I would always save my lunch money for after school hours, Miss the school bus on purpose so I could trek home with friends and in the process stop by Iya...