Ahmed Musa has been receiving a long line of guests since the loss of his mother and now M.I Abaga and his brother, Jesse Jagz have gone to pay their respects as well.
The brothers paid a visit to the Nigerian footballer’s home in Jos and posed for a photo with him.
Considering the fact that the brothers are Jos born and bred, it must have felt like a homecoming.
Recall that we earlier reported that Ali Nuhu also paid a visit to Ahmed after he revealed the loss of his mother on January 24, 2019.
We also reported that Musa lost his mum barely a day after he revealed her ill health on social media, wishing her speedy recovery.
Nollywood actress, Lilian Esoro, seems to have hit gold in the last two months.
The 36-year-old screen goddess, who opened her state-of-the art spa in Lagos two months ago, just flaunted a new car.
She made the purchase public on Wednesday in a post on Instagram.
“As long as I am breathing, in my eyes, I am just beginning. The Money Year. Give them Hot Hot ,” she captioned the sneak peek of the car.
Lilian Esoro got married to the founder of Made Men Music Group, Ubi Franklin, in November 2015.
They had their son, Jayden, in 2016 by which time reports indicated that the marriage was already in trouble.
The couple filed...
The image of a man who is suspected to have been the culprit of the plastic bottle thrown at Dele Alli during the Carabao Cup match between Tottenham and Arsenal, has been released.
In the 73rd minute of the match which Tottenham ran out 2-0 winners, Dele Alli was strucked with a plastic bottle thrown from the stands.
The police is hoping that information from the public will help them identify who the man in the image is.
Jonathan Fryar, who is leading the investigation, said:
“This was a disrespectful act which showed complete disregard for both the players and the fans wishing to enjoy a peaceful match.
“The incident is being taken seriously and we have been working closely with...
The Nigerian Police Force has released a statement regarding the stealing of pants for rituals which is prominent among young people across the nation.
In a post made via the Force’ twitter page earlier today, it was revealed that the Force cannot investigate any case of pants stealing for rituals, except if it is directly linked to a case of murder or other related crimes
Read Statement Below:
Stealing of underwear for whatsoever reason is a recent phenomenon, before now, we had cases of rituals killings but we can’t investigate things that are not empirically verifiable except when there is convergence of the act like cases of murder or an attempt or related crimes.