The amount of N2m in cash obtained from his boyfriend as a gift has been flaunted by famous crossdresser Idris Okuneye aka Bobrisky.
The cash gift from her boyfriend is a token to be spent on weekend parties, according to the notorious male Barbie.
In order to share the video on Instagram, Bobrisky gave credits to a brand’s Kanyamatta goods.
“When your boyfriend send you 2million cash for weekend. @tejigold_ your products is scattering my boyfriend head. No audio here o,” He wrote.
Check out the video below:
Two persons have reportedly died after supporters of a Yoruba activist Sunday Adeyemo aka Sunday Igboho stormed Igangan in Ibarapa North Local Government Area of Oyo State on Friday to enforce an illegal directive for herdsmen to exit the town.
Property worth millions of naira were reportedly destroyed during the clash.
Although Igboho could not be reached as calls to his telephone line indicated that he was out of reach, residents of Igangan however said that at least one youth from Igboora was killed by Fulani fighters while two others sustained injuries from gunshots.
Igboho and his supporters particularly sought to eject the Seriki Fulani, Salihu Abdukadir, and some other herdsmen accused of fuelling security problems in the area.
Apostle Paul Okikijesu of the Christ Apostolic Miracle Ministry, has claimed President Muhammadu Buhari may not continue in power until the end of 2021.
According to him, Buhari needs prayers, or else his vice-president Yemi Osinbajo will take over like the case of Musa Ya’Radua and Goodluck Jonathan in May 2010.
Okikijesu said: "Thus saith the Lord: People should pray seriously for him [Buhari], so that when the looming crisis bursts, it will not be out of his control, and harm this man.
"People should still pray for him because he is their President, so that the crown will not be taken away from him and given to his neighbor who is better than him.
"So that the Vice President will not take...
Earlier this week, some Nigerians in the United States picked aso ebi (celebration attire) for President Joe Biden’s inauguration, which took place on Wednesday, January 20, 2021. In this chat with punch, they reveal why and what they will do with it afterwards.
One of them Ope Oloyede says "I am from Abeokuta, Ogun State. I came to the US on December 15, 1998. I have been here for about 23 years now. Yes, I was one of the lucky recipients of visa lottery back then; so, I came with my family. I live in Houston, Texas.
It is so exciting. It is like the Independence Day in America. It’s like a day of freedom; a day that has been portrayed as one when people were let out of their hiding places. It is like...