Femi Fani Kayode has told Ali Ndume to go and sin no more “on behalf” of former president Goodluck Ebele Jonathan.
Kemi Filani News recalls that Ndume had recently said he has realised his mistake for criticizing the ex-president.
Now speaking on ”behalf” of the former leader — who is believed to be FFK’s senior pal, Fani asked Ndume to go and sin no more.
FFK took to popular micro blogging platform, Twitter and wrote;
“I have realised my mistake for criticising Jonathan”- Senator Ndume. With repentance comes forgiveness. Go and sin no more”
Days after the death and burial of her mother, Nollywood actress, Iyabo Ojo took to Instagram to reveal that she does not think she can ever accept the departure of her mum.
According to the mother of two who obviously is yet to recover from her mother's death, she is still feeling a lot of pain and anger inside of her but she needs to be strong for people around her.
Sharing a photo she took with her mother's photo during her burial ceremony, Iyabo wrote;
"I don't think I can ever be ready or accept your departure into the world beyond, this huge shocking loss pierced my soul a trillion times in a split second, the pain & anger i felt all @ once can never be...
Nigerian singer and record producer, Michael Collins Ajereh, popularly known as Don Jazzy who co-founded the now-defunct record label Mo' Hits Records in 2004 is undeniably the biggest music producer in Africa.
According to the report, Don Jazzy started playing the drums at age 12, and after a while, learned to play the bass guitar. In 2000, Jazzy visited London when his uncle asked him to play the drums for the local church. While in London, Don Jazzy got employed at McDonald's as a security guard. Despite he continued to sustain his interest in music, connecting with Solek, JJC, Kas, The 419 Squad and D'Banj.
After a while, he studied how to produce from Emeka Infiniti at O-Town record company. Inspired, Don Jazzy started preparing how to open his own record label. Thanks to his...
The Premier League have confirmed the match between Aston Villa and Newcastle has been postponed due to a coronavirus outbreak at the north-east club.
The match was originally to be played on Friday, but a rise in Covid-19 cases at Newcastle's training ground has resulted in several players and members of staff having to go into isolation.
"Following a Premier League Board meeting today, Newcastle United’s fixture at Aston Villa, due to be played at 8pm, Friday 4 December, has been postponed," a statement on the league's website said.
"Newcastle lodged a request with the Premier League to rearrange the game following a significant increase in Covid-19 cases at the club, which resulted in Public Health England North East (PHE) advising that their training facilities remain closed.