BBNaija’s Nina has taken to social media to flaunt her mother. The female celebrity shared some mother/daughter goals as they both looked beautiful
Upon sharing a never seen photo of her mum, the Nina Empire boss received a lot of accolades on behalf of her mother from her fans
Though Nina is yet to address the issue of her skin bleaching after her throw back photos which recently surfaced online depicted her as a dark skinned lady, the 23 year old was able to successfully distract her fans with “her mummy”
Do you spot any resemblance yet?
Davido took to pay tribute to his late friend and popular Disc Jockey, Olu ahead of the Wireless Festival Performance in London on July 7,2018.
Olugbenga Abiodun, popularly known as DJ Olu, was reportedly found dead in his car, alongside a friend, Chime, on October 7, 2017
Davido who is currently in London with the DMW star performed on the main stage this afternoon while rocking a red tee-shirt with the words ‘Long Live Olu’ inscribed on it
About a month ago, the singer shared a photo of his dear friend, stating that he misses him and is apparently yet to...
Popular actress, Nadia Buari is serving some couple goals as she has shared a photo of herself and her husband rocking matching Rolex wristwatches and wedding rings
The mother of four shared the photo on her Instagram platform earlier today. While Nigerians are yet to get over the fact that the actress kept some issues about her family life away from the public, others see no reason behind the post as they quiz her to know if she changed her mind about being so private
Check out the amazing photos of the couple
It may be recalled that the...
It appears that the Nigerian Finance Minister, Kemi Adeosun allegedly obtained a “fake” National Youths Service Corps (NYSC) exemption certificate
According to a report exclusive to Premium Times, Adeosun is currently embroiled in “fake” NYSC Certificate Scandal
According to the law, all university and polytechnic graduates must serve their nation in the compulsory one year period after conclusion of higher education program, and this should serve as a prerequisite for attaining any job within the country
Section 13 of the NYSC law says;
If you are eligible to undergo the mandatory service but skip it, you are liable to 12 months imprisonment and/or N2,000 fine.
The law also prescribes three-year jail term or option of N5,000 fine for anyone who contravenes provision of the law, including giving false information or illegally obtaining the agency’s certificate.
According to the NYSC law, you can only obtain an exemption certificate if: