Veteran Nollywood actor and politician, Richard Mofe Damijo popularly known as RMD, took to his Instagram page to share an adorable photo of his grandchildren.
The proud grandfather shared the adorable photo on his Instagram page and wrote…
”With the pressures of life, it’s easy to forget the blessings and focus on the problems. So, I want to forget about the killings and unrest around Nigeria, the fuel situation, the terrible light situation, the horrendous Lagos traffic and focus on my precious grand babies who l am undeserving of but for God’s gracious mercies. Today as the new week begins, I challenge you to stop elevating the problems and focus on the blessings.
What is that blessing you are thankful for? share it with the world. #elevatewithrmd#proudgrandfather#3rdGenerationMofeDamijos”
Recall that on the 14th of February, the veteran actor took to his Instagram page to share a motivational piece with his followers about love.
”It’s that day of the year again when many are pressured by the need to be loved and cared for.
The day where the pressure to outshine the other is on and the really single, bae-less ones feel out of sorts. Well my darling, do not let anything or anyone make you feel inadequate and/or incomplete.
Don’t look for anybody to complete you today or at anytime. You are complete on your own. Nobody completes you. Nothing completes you. Stop looking for that person or thing that completes you.
A 17-year-old young lady identified as Luiza Pinheiro has tragically died after she got electrocuted with her headphones melting in her ears.
Luiza Pinheiro, from Riacho Frio in Brazil, was rushed to hospital on Sunday but doctors were unable to revive her.
The 17-year-old’s lifeless body was found on the floor by a relative at about 5pm, the Mirror reported.
A ‘huge electric charge’ had destroyed her phone, which was plugged into a charger.
‘The girl’s grandmother told the doctor that they found her granddaughter unconscious, lying on the floor and with headphones in her ears,’ a hospital spokesman told...
The viral video of Ghanaian boxer, Ayittey Powers beating up Comedian Baba Spirit has caused a stir on social media.
Ayittey Powers lost his cool on a live TV show and assaulted Baba Spirit after the latter made comments that didn’t go down well with him.
Powers, before the blow, said: “If I know like you people will invite this guy, like I won’t come,” but Baba Spirit replied him….What can you do.”
As Baba Spirit was talking, Ayittey Powers pounced on him and gave the comedian some wild punches.
The swift intervention of two men in the studio prevented the fight from escalating.
According to GhanaWeb, this is about the third time the two had engaged in a brawl.
The bad blood between Baba Spirit and Ayittey Powers date back to August 2017, after the comedian said he would beat the controversial boxer like a woman. Baba Spirit has...
Three kids aged 13, 5 and 3 years respectively, have been assaulted by their HIV-positive grandmother who claimed they are witches, has revealed how she connived with some other persons to beat the kids with red-hot machete so as to force them to confess to witchcraft.
The eldest of the kids who spoke with Vanguard said;
“We are not witches, our grandmother made us to confess what we are not. We dropped out of school in 2016 when our mother died; we also lost our father in 2014.
We do not belong to any witchcraft world. We are normal children; she made us to sell sachet water before we can eat once a day.
She is our grandmother, she normally brings people like Uncle Aniekan to punish us with hot machete and he flogged us with it after it had been heated up in fire. They will use it to...