Nollywood actress Uchenna Nnanna-Maduka has narrated her husband’s ordeal in the hands of men of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) in Lagos. She started off by narrating how he was first robbed a day before he got arrested by SARS. The foreign currency found on him was seized as they labeled him a Yahoo boy and drug dealer.
Actress Uchenna Nnanna-Maduka shared the below message and screenshots as she called for an end to the harassment faced by Nigerians in the hands of SARS.
”So sad,this is what my hubby went through over the weekend in the hands of Nigeria SARS???? For how long will these harassment of innocent citizens continue???? #StopTheHarassment#. #NigerianPoliceMustBeSantinized#ThankYouLordForSavingMyHubby.”
Nollywood actress, Halima Abubakar is celebrating her 33rd birthday today. Sharing some lovely pictures to mark her special day, the actress wrote:
Ya Allah you saved me This indeed is a miracle No one,no one has an idea of what I went through.But I shared abit God bless the womb that birth me The eyes that love me(you all)I have no haters��♀I really don't keep things in my heart..So I just want to say Allamdudillah Rabbil Alamin +1
Halima Abubakar (Born: 12 June 1985 age 33 years) is a Nigerian actress. In 2011, she won the Afro Hollywood Best Actress award.
Abubakar was born in Kano but...
Nabila Fash, wife of Nigerian singer Oritsefemi, appears to be throwing a shade at her husband in a new social media post. In the post, she questioned why so many girls are flooding the singer's DM to get his attention when they were nowhere to be found when he was a nobody.
Nabila Fash further spoke of how she won't descend low to the level of cautioning them because it is her man she has to call to order.
She also had a word of advice for Oritsefemi and other men like him who are constantly getting attention from ladies due to their status. According to her, such ladies only want something which the men have but lacked in the past which made the ladies never give a damn then.
Arsenal legend and former French international, Patrick Vieira has been appointed coach of French Ligue 1 side Nice. The former midfielder was unveiled by Nice president Jean-Pierre Rivere at the club base.
Speaking at a press conference held in France, the former Arsenal captain who recently left his post as head coach of Major League Soccer side New York City, said: 'My career as a player no longer counts, it's part of the past,' he told reporters.
'The important thing for me is to have a clear idea of what I want from players, a specific game scheme for them to express themselves, because the talent is there.
I'm happy. This is what I was looking for: I...