Nigerian comedian, Alibaba has challenged current boxing world heavyweight champion, Anthony Joshua. Alibaba challenged the British-Nigerian to a fight by posting pictures of his own fitness compared to that of the boxer who is scheduled to fight against Joseph Parker in the first major boxing bout of 2018.
Read what Alibaba wrote below.
”I’m not even playing again… some should tell Anthony Joshua… I’m coming for that belt. Since no one wants to challenge him again. What nonsense?!!! No body should beg me. Bringing that belt home like wakanda…. my prayer Warrior @woliagba_ayoajewole has prayed… my coach @frankdonga_ is positive… and my sparring partner @9iceofficial is ready. #Gongoaso… Nobody should tag him. Let him find me by himself. If you tag him as you no get work, you will go and fight him by yourself Tafiaaaa”.
Atunyota Alleluya Akpobome was born in Warri, Delta State, on June 24, 1965 to the Royal Family of Agbarha Otor, Ughelli North Local Government Area. The first son after several girls. He spent the first 8 years of his life in Warri (Delta State, Nigeria). Asides comedian, he’s also into TV production and runs a new show called Vacancy with Alibaba.
He recently revealed some menial jobs he took on his way to becoming the famous personality he is today.
”I have been a paddler, and a paddler works for people who have bakeries. He’s the guy that takes that paddle, puts it in the oven to check if the bread is ‘done’ or not. I’ve been a Miller, and a miller is not the one that mixes the flour, he’s the one that puts the flour through the mill and he checks to see that it is properly done. I have done all of those two. And I’ve loaded sand before, 80 pans takes about 1182 shovels; and we dig from where you have water, so you dig from the stream and it makes it heavier. You stand in the water, put your shovel in and then throw.
I’ve loaded bottles before in Super Bock. I have been a bus conductor before, from Ramah park back to Ogbaazu (in Delta State). I had my dad’s Toyota Crown. I will take the car for washing and I would do kabu-kabu (taxi), bribe him by coming with all the newspapers and put on the table”, he said.
In what appears to be corruption at its peak, a self-proclaimed site engineer and housing agent identified as Babatunde Habeeb, has been sentenced to 1,230 years imprisonment by a Lagos state high court in Igbosere for N28 million scam.
The Nation newspaper reports that the court convicted the accused for defrauding 101 accommodation seekers under the pretext of renting them 13 apartments in a building at Alapere-Ketu, Lagos.
Justice Oluwatoyin Ipaye found Habeeb, also known as Babatunde Salaudeen, guilty of 82 counts of conspiring with his elder brother, Alhaji Ishola Salaudeen, and obtaining the N28m under false pretence.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) said Alhaji Salaudeen, who owns the property, is on the run.
The commission said the convict committed the offences in 2013.
When delivering the judgment, the court stated that the EFCC proved its case beyond reasonable doubt.
Meanwhile, the special adviser...
In what can be described as a horrifying incident, an accident which occurred along the Unilorin Teaching hospital, Oke-Ose, Ilorin, after a cab driver reportedly lost control of his car, allegedly claimed the lives of the driver, a corps member and two final year students of Kwara State Polytechnic who were going home after the day’s exam.
Here are photos of the accident victims and the scene below;
Few days ago, we reported that a Corps member,deployed to Lagos State for her service year and identified as only Debbie, was reportedly involved in a train accident in Ikeja area of the State, which according to sources left her dead and her body seriously mangled.
Leadership reported that the corps member was later rushed to the hospital for medical attention by some people, even though her case seemed hopeless. It was further...
Big Brother Naija 2018 housemates, Leo and Ifu Enada have received their N2.5 million each from Pepsi for winning the Pepsi “Roc da mat” challenge. This came ater their eviction from the BBNaija 2018 double wahala house.
The duo also won an all expense paid trip to London for the One Africa Music Festival and one year supply of Pepsi and Aquadana water.
The challenge they won had all housemates searching for a mat on which they must dance to the song played by biggie. Rewards were awarded to the housemates with the highest point.
Below are photos of them receiving their price.