A popular makeup artist identified as Deborah Tushima has been reported dead after she slumped while dancing at her birthday party few hours ago.
The deceased had earlier taken to Facebook to celebrate herself on her birthday. Sharing adorable pictures of her birthday photoshoot, Deborah wrote;
“So many things to be grateful for, the greatest is the gift of LIFE!Happy birthday to me, pls say a prayer for me”
See pictures of the deceased below;
See how Nigerians are reacting to this sad Incident;
Igwe Ruth Nkasiobi wrote “This was suppose to be a congratulatory post not RIP.. God who so ever dat did this will surely not go unpunished bcos there is no peace for the wicked…. I don’t know u but am so pained … what a wicked world
Pls everyone in the party should be arrested for investigations”
This 2020 is just rugged anyhow. May untimely death not be our portion IJN
Ayo Yi Mika Gold
This is sad…You left this world on your birthday… Rip beauty
Hours ago, actors Lateef Adedimeji and Adebimpe Oyebade broke the Internet after releasing photos from their wedding shot by popular wedding photographer, Soji Oni.
Kemi Filani News now brings you a video of the groom Lateef Adimeji singing for his bride just before they went to exchange the marital vows.
Kate Henshaw, Omoni Oboli, others react as Mo’ Abudu graces cover of Guardian Life Magazine’s Latest IssuePublished onBy
Well known A-List celebrities, Kate Henshaw, Omoni Oboli and others have reacted to recognition given to famous media mogul, Mo' Abudu as a cover for the latest issue of Guardian Life Magazine.
Sharing this on her official Instagram paga, Mo'Abudu wrote;
""Dear Guardian Life, thank you so much for all your support over the years and thank you for giving me the opportunity to share my story today. Loving this headline: MO ABUDU, AFRICA’s FOREMOST STORYTELLER. It’s such great therapy to reflect and think about the journey. I am super excited about the future and opportunities that lay ahead for the EBONYLIFE GROUP. Thank you Lord, I owe you everything"
There was mild drama on Sunday morning after Oyo state deputy governor Rauf Olaniyan was denied access to the venue of the eighth day fidau prayers of the former governor of Oyo State, Abiola Ajimobi, at Oluyole, Ibadan.
Olaniyan arrived at the venue of the private programme at about 11:20 am in a convoy of five vehicles, but the convoy was stopped by policemen and members of other security agencies manning the gate. They insisted that only the deputy governor’s vehicle could be allowed into the street to join the prayer.
The securities eventually agreed that only the deputy governor’s vehicle should go into the event that family urged the public to watch through virtual channels including Zoom, YouTube, and Facebook.
According to The Nation, on getting to Ajimobi’s house, the gate was also locked. The deputy governor’s aides introduced their principal, but they were told...