Over the weekend, celebrity stylist and brand consultant, Yolanda Okereke, had her traditional wedding to Nollywood actor, Karibi Fubara.
The actor and entrepreneur and the stylist have been dating for some time, aligned with the recent celebrity trend, they kept their relationship private until their wedding day. The couple were joined by their loved ones and family to celebrate the love that exists between them.
The ceremony was attended by top Nollywood stars like Chioma Akpotha, Kemi Lala Akindoju, Shaffy Bello, Chigurl, etc, who showed up in gorgeous attires to celebrate with the bride.
Below are the reasons given by a Nigerian man for wanting to divorce his wife after a child together.
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"Met in 2014 November.
Dated for 11 months. All these while she was so homely and accommodating.
She would call to let me know about her movements even when I did not ask for.
She would apologize at any slight opportunity.
It was all rosy.
The parents kept calling and advising me not to let other ladies win me over.
They would visit or call my parents at every given opportunity and I felt "this is it".
We got married almost a year later.
The first 2 weeks of the honeymoon was smooth until the 3rd week and bam! there was disagreement about money.
She stabbed me with a knife though the cut wasn't too...
The ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) is likely to be called off soon.
The Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige, gave the hint in Onitsha, Anambra State, while speaking to reporters.
Ngige revealed that funds had been provided to meet most of the demands of the union.
He said the Federal Government would make necessary efforts to ensure that the strike comes to an end this January.
According to Ngige, the issues that made ASUU to embark on strike were based on agreement which the union entered into with the administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan, which the administration failed to implement before President Muhammadu Buhari took over power.
According to the minister, the Buhari administration is labour-friendly and is always concerned about the welfare of the nation’s workforce.
Suspected armed Fulani herdsmen on New Year’s eve stormed the N100m rice farm (about 250 hectares of land) belonging to Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom, and set it ablaze.
The farm manager told reporters that the herders came to the farm with a large number of cattle during the day and set it on fire at three different points.
Iordzua said the inferno could not be put out due to the wild nature of the fire as a result of the harmattan.
The farm manager added that security agents were mobilised to go after the herdsmen, who shot sporadically in the air as they retreated towards the Nasarawa State border.
He said, “The burnt portion of this rice farm is estimated to be 250 hectares and was worth well over N100m.
“The herdsmen came with large numbers of cattle and they set fire to the large expanse of farmland in...