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BBNaija Ese Eriata releases cute photos on her birthday

BBNaija 2017 fake housemate Ese Eriata is a year older and to celebrate her birthday on March 26th, the beautiful comedienne/singer/actress shared adorable pictures of herself to mark her great day.

Before Big Brother Ese was doing movies, commercials and modeling ,and also added music to her career.

Flaunting her Ankara styles and confident self in a vintage inspired photo shoot, Ese wrote:

“Happy birthday ese eriata ❤ i love you more than you can ever imagine, i wish u all the good things of life, keep being the amazing person that you are.

BBNaija Ese Eriata  photos
BBNaija Ese Eriata  photos
BBNaija Ese Eriata  photos
BBNaija Ese Eriata  photos

The controversial celebrity had come under online attack by people who felt she lied about her age as prior to this time, Ese had shared photos depicting she was turning 25 and fans wouldn’t have any of it.

She had taken her time to respond to her attackers saying:

So I’ll be “25” tomorrow and I hear people saying things like “football age, who dash old mama 25, stop lying, no be only” lol. First of all age is just a number and it’s not my fault I look older than my age, sometimes I ask my mum if she’s sure I was born 1993 or they swapped my birth certificate . Just so u knw I have no reason to lie about my age because them no dey share money for the age matter

Sometimes I feel ashamed telling my age when I’m being asked cox almost all the time they never believe ‍♂️ but today I choose not to care anymore if people believe or not and accept the fact that I’m a little girl with a grown woman’s body. And yes you don’t have to believe I’ll be 25 tomorrow, I can’t blame you after all they feed us with lies everyday in this country if snake and monkey can swallow money that means it’s possible I’m older than my mother .”

Oh well, what can we say, the young lady says she is 25, then 25 she is! We can only but wish her a happy Birthday, and a whole life with prosperity

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Bill Gates hits FG again: Your investment in health, education not good enough


Bill Gates, world’s second richest man, says the federal government’s investments in young people, especially in areas of health and education, is not good enough.

He said this in an interview with CNN. The co-chairman of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation reiterated the comments he made when he spoke at the expanded national economic council meeting on Thursday.

At the meeting which was presided over by Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo, Gates had said the execution priorities of the economic recovery and growth plan do not reflect the true needs of Nigerians.

“The Nigerian government’s economic recovery and growth plan identify investing in our people as one of three strategic objectives. But the execution priorities don’t fully reflect people’s needs, prioritising physical capital over human capital,” he had said.


Kid suffers Myiasis infection after wearing a cloth without ironing it

A child in South Africa is reported to be currently suffering myiasis infection after subsequently wearing a cloth without ironing it.

Myiasis is the parasitic infestation of the body of a live mammal by fly larvae (maggots) that grow inside the host while feeding on its tissue.

Twitter user, @EricanM, shared the rather horrible experience of the child who suffered from Myiasis infection. Explaining in the post reasons and circumstances surrounding the incident, we are made to understand that the clothes were aired to dry under the sun and later worn on the child.

Ignorant that an insect had laid eggs on the clothes and due to the fact that the clothes weren't ironed, the eggs soon latched onto the body of the child


Prof. Sagay backs Danjuma’s self-defense, says law allows Nigerians to defend themselves

Prof. Sagay backed the advice by a former Minister of Defence and an elder statesman, Lt. Gen. Theophilus Danjuma.

Prof Itse Sagay (SAN), who is the chairman of Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC), on Sunday said the law allows Nigerians to defend themselves from being massacred.

Prof. Sagay backed the advice by a former Minister of Defence and an elder statesman, Lt. Gen. Theophilus Danjuma (rtd.) that Nigerians should defend themselves against killers.

This he did by advising the appropriate authorities to look into the allegations which he says is very serious.

“General Danjuma did not say that the military is incapable. But he accused them of bias and not protecting the people deliberately. That’s a very, very serious accusation.


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