Popular Nollywood actress, Adah Ameh made a four (4) minutes video days ago, where she cried bitterly lamenting about the epileptic power supply in Nigeria during this coronavirus lock down season.
In the video, she made a call to the federal government of Nigeria to improve on regular power supply as Nigerians obey the stay-at-home order. This has prompted the speaker of the house of representatives to address the power issues in the country.
The speaker Femi Gbajabiamila disclosed this on social media platform twitter.
He said “after Madam Ameh’s viral video, I held a meeting with the Minister of Power, NERC and other stakeholders today on the need to ensure stable electricity at least during the lockdown period.”
“At the end of the discussion, Gas companies who are being owed money agreed to release gas to the GENCOs while other outstanding issues are resolved immediately after we conquer Covid-19. Will remain vigilant.”
Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham and her family is definitely making the most of the present lock down in Lagos, which started on March 31st to combat the spread of the deadly coronavirus.
After being forced to take a break from her several movie shoots, locations and businesses due to the Coronavirus epidemic, the very loved actress, Toyin Abraham is now bonding well with her son, Ire, step daughter, Temitope and husband, Kolawole Ajeyemi.
In some photos obtained by Kemi Filani News as seen below, we see Temitope feeding her step bother, watching television and more...the family bonding is going so strong that Ire has even started embarking on carrying heavy weights with his dad.
Gushing about the moments together, Kolawole Ajeyemi wrote "Let's give...
The Presidency has replied Nobel Laureate Woke Soyinka for criticizing the President on the way he has been handling the outbreak of coronavirus in Nigeria.
Woke Soyinka had claimed that the president overstepped his boundaries by declaring lockdown in Lagos, Abuja and Ogun to curb the spread of the virus.
A statement issued by Presidential Adviser Garba Shehu sees the Presidency advising Soyinka to stick to fiction writing and leave the issue of coronavirus for science.
It reads: "Yesterday, the esteemed Nobel laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka made comments on the legal status and description of 14-day lockdown announced by President Muhammadu Buhari.
“Prof Soyinka is not a medical professor. His qualifications are in English literature, and his prizes are for writing books and...
A Nigerian man has taken to Facebook to apologize to his wife over what he experience while at home due to coronavirus lockdown.
Adebayo Ireoluwa who usually goes to work before the lockdown was surprised at what his daughter did while he was fast asleep at home.
His daughter opened a can of cream and emptied it on herself and spared some which she rubbed on his body while he was sleeping.
He wrote: "After this isolation or whatsoever, I'll appreciate my wife the more,imagine my girl emptying a whole hair cream on herself and still coming to share me some in my sleep jeje, this innocent woman has shouted leave there more than 30 times in 5minutes,and me will just put on one yeye suit go out and...