The videos and photos of a Nigerian man who traditionally married twin sisters have become a growing sensation since it was first shared on social media.
According to the Twitter handle @ph_obidon who shared the photos of the wedding ceremony, the twins married the same man because ‘they can’t live without each other’ and it also looked like one is already pregnant.
Sharing the photos; he captioned it
They are twin, he got married to them because one cannot live without the other.
Yeh or nah?
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Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, remained coy over three injuries after their FA Cup win over Watford.
Solskjaer was without Victor Lindelof, Luke Shaw and Paul Pogba for the game which they won 1-0.
He made nine changes for the game, but was forced to call on captain Harry Maguire shortly before half-time, after defender Eric Bailly went down with a head injury.
United go to Burnley in the Premier League on Tuesday, before next weekend's visit to the champions and current leaders Liverpool.
With that in mind, Solskjaer was less than forthcoming when asked about the absent trio after Watford win, simply saying "They're injured" when questioned about their status.
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Nollywood actress, Victoria Inyama and award-winning makeup artist, Bimpe Onakoya have both tested positive to Covid-19.
The award-winning makeup artist and the actress who reside in the UK are both battling with the deadly disease and have been both placed on oxygen after they tested positive.
Bimpe Onakoya is currently in a hospital in Kenya, while actress Victoria posted a video from her hospital bed in the UK.
Taking to their respective social media account, Bimpe warned people that the disease is real and they needed to protect themselves.
"Covid is real," she warned in a video, adding, "Don't joke with it. Don't say it's for rich people."
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The National Orientation Agency (NOA) has said the COVID-19 vaccine which the Federal Government will order, does not contain a microchip.
NOA made this clarification in a series of tweets on Sunday.
On whether the COVID-19 vaccine contained a microchip, the Federal Government’s agency said the Ministry of Health would certify the vaccine safe before being administered.
It said, “No! COVID-19 vaccine does not contain any harmful substance or micro-chip. All vaccines including COVID-19 vaccines are manufactured under strict compliance with WHO guidelines.
“Also, before the vaccine is administered in Nigeria, NAFDAC will test and certify it is safe for human use.”
On whether the vaccine could infect with COVID-19, NOA said, “The vaccine will be subjected...