Popular Yoruba actress, Iyabo Ojo has explained why she did cosmetic surgery years ago.
The mother of two gave reasons why she had tummy tuck (A procedure which makes one’s tummy slimmer).
Revealing that she suffered complications after the procedure, Iyabo Ojo opened up in an interview with BBC pidgin that she wasn’t comfortable with the extra skin in her abdominal region and it affected her confidence.
She also debunked claims that she had butt and breast enlargement surgery.
She also said that many people believe that women in the acting profession are prostitutes and that she wouldn’t blame those with the misconstrued belief and added that it isn’t everyone that is promiscuous.
The movie star also said being a single parent is not a crime and she teaches her children especially her daughter, Priscilla that love is a beautiful thing.
A mother has shocked many by trying to sell her 1 week old baby to buy a pair of shoes.
The heartless mum tried to sell her newborn baby for £3,000 to treat herself to a new pair of boots.
Luiza Gadzhieva, 25, was detained in Moscow, Russia, for attempting to sell her newborn baby on the black market.
She advertised her tiny daughter saying she was seeking adoptive parents and accepted £3,000 for the child.
But the mother, who has three other children, was caught in a sting operation with law enforcement posing as the buyers.
Earlier, Gadzhieva discussed with her sister how she had chosen a new pair of boots to buy once she...
The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has declared the immediate disbandment of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the Nigeria Police Force.
Kemi Filani News gathered that, Adamu made this declaration in a live broadcast on Sunday.
The declaration came after days of online and offline protests against the brutality and extra-judicial killings by SARS operatives nationwide.
At the briefing, the IGP said, “The Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the Nigeria Police Force otherwise known as SARS is hereby dissolved in all the 36 State Police Commands and the Federal Capital Territory.”
The statement reads;
“The IGP, while noting that the dissolution of SARS is in response to the yearnings of the Nigerian people, observes that by this dissolution, all officers and...
A Nigerian policeman has left many Nigerians in shock after joining aggrieved youths to protest against police brutality and extortion.
The man who's name is yet to be known at the filing of this report was pictured wearing a police outfit with the inscription “Combatant Armed Forces" disclosed that his brother was a victim of SARS brutality. \
Kemi Filani News also gathered that he also revealed that he was forced to pay some money to secure his brother's release even though he is their colleague.
Kemi Filani News recalls young Nigerians youths and celebrities has occupied the streets of major cities in the country to protest police brutality and demand an end to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).
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