The wedding of Hauwa Indimi, Daughter of the popular Billionaire business man, Mohammed Indimi and Mohammed Yar’Adua, the son of late NNPC Boss, has been taking place all week
New photos of the latest bride and groom have got people talking on the gram.
Check out the breathtaking photos.
Contrary to reports released by Nollywood actor, Yemi Solade, Eyitayo, the three year old missing boy who was involved in the sad accident alongside his mother, twin sister, Eyitoke and their driver, Mr Joseph has been found.
Though a friend of Solade mentioned that he saw the corpse of the boy, According to Nollywood actress, Kate Henshaw, the little boy has now been found. She shared the photo of the boy, as she made a grateful post to thank all those who successfully broadcasted the news of his disappearance which led to him being found
Her post read;
THANKS TO ALL WHO SPREAD THE WORD..
......................................Regrann from @michale_matthew - Eyitayo has been found. Thank you for reposting and being our brothers keepers. Good news is like water to the thirsty. I’m truly grateful. ???.
THIS IS NOT ABOUT LIKES OR COMMENT...
PLS SPREAD THE WORD TILL...
Drake has finally admitted to having a son. He made the revelation in his new album " "Scorpion," which was released late Thursday night.
Recall that Pusha-T has released a diss track “The Story of Adidon” back in May, accusing Drake of hiding a secret son allegedly named Adonis, who he claimed the Canadian rapper was about to reveal to the world as a part of an Adidas collaboration.
In his brand new album, Drake raps about trying to protect his son from internet rumors, single parenting, and finding out he was going to be a dad despite only meeting up with his child’s mother “two times.” Giving his fans a full of glimpses his personal life.
His song "Emotionless" is...
The DG of NYSC, Brig. has opened up on the recent killings of over 200 persons in Plateau state by suspected armed herdsmen, saying that the scheme will not withdraw corps members deployed to Plateau State.
Director General of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Brigadier General Suleiman Kazaure said despite the recent violence in Plateau State, no corps member will be withdrawn from the state.
He made this known through the scheme's Director, Planning, Research and Statistics, Mrs Victoria Okakwu yesterday.
Speaking after the opening ceremony of a training workshop for NYSC Protocol Officers in Abuja, Kazaure said the scheme would provide necessary security modalities for corps members.
The NYSC boss who reacted to the recent killing of over 200 persons in Plateau state by suspected armed herdsmen, however said arrangements have been made to guarantee their safety in line with the NYSC Act (2004).
Kazaure tasked NYSC staff...