Nigerian comedian, Bovi Ugboma popularly known as Bovi has reacted to the threat of been arrested for breaking the Flags and Coats of Arms law.
Kemi Filani recalls the popular comedian had recently rocked the bloodied flag at the 14th edition of the Headies award. The photo sparked reactions from the general public. He was soon accused of displaying the Nigerian flag in a bad light and breaking a law at the Headies for rocking the bloodied flag.
Reacting to these allegations, the popular comedian shared a photo of him donning an all-black corporate pant and shirt, with the popular Lady Macbeth quote
“It is the eye of a child that fears a painted devil- lady Macbeth”
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Here’s a screenshot of people accusing him of breaking the law.
Gambian-born Nigerian actress and producer, Rosaline Ufuoma Meurer popularly known as Rosy Meurer has taken to her instastories to give out some relationship advice.
According to the newlywed who stated that the reasons relationships last is the love and care that was used to handle it during the hard times.
"Relationship doesn't last because of the good times. They last because the hard times were handled with love and care." She wrote
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Kemi Filani recalls Rosy Meurer reacted to the online criticisms she has been getting since Tonto Dikeh’s ex-husband, Olakunle Churchill disclosed that she has officially become his MRS....
Unlike Nigerian crossdresser, Bobrisky who gifts female fans tattooing his photo and name on their body, former Big Brother Naija lockdown housemate, Ka3na Jones has slammed a fan for tattooing her name on her lap.
According to Ka3na Jones also known as “The Boss Lady”, who revealed that tattoos are permanent, making it so wrong to put something like that on their own body. She added that fans who want to prove their love for her should show it by attending her ceremonies, or putting up her pictures on their social media and not tattooing her name on their skin. She also urged celebrities like Davido and Bobrisky who gift fans for tattooing their name on their skin to stop.
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The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) says a new variant of COVID-19 has been detected in Nigeria and 15 other countries. The new strain, B.1.2.5, which is different from the highly infectious B.1.1.7 has, however, not been described as a variant of concern yet.
Disclosing this at the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 briefing on Monday, February 22, in Abuja, the NCDC Director-General, Chikwe Ihekweazu, said that researchers and scientists were still working hard to understand if the variant had any effect on the virus’ transmissibility, immunity as well as diagnostics, vaccines and therapeutics.
“As we shared, a total of 54 cases with the B.1.1.7 variant strain, which is a variant of concern first described in the UK, have been detected in Nigeria. There is a new variant, the B.1.2.5, which we have begun to detect in Nigeria and 15...