Actress, Funke Akindele and other Nigerian celebrities have reacted to Adesua and Banky W’s story of how they lost their set of twins.
Kemi Filani earlier reported Adesua’s story of how she visited the hospital for a routine checkup, and the doctor told her her babies’ heartbeat could not be found. Speaking further, the mother of one said at first, she laughed over the situation, and she and Banky prayed over the situation. When they went for another scan, it was discovered that the embryos were already dying.
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@funkejenifaakindele Wrote “Thank you for sharing this with us. Thank you thank you. Thank you. @adesuaetomi @bankywellington”
@moabudu wrote “Dear @bankywellington and @adesuaetomi thank you so much for sharing your story. God is faithful all the time. All my love”
@uzoosimkpa wrote “Profound! Thank you both so much for sharing this.”
@realwarripikin wrote “Wow wow wow this is Powerful…indeed Having faith in God won’t stop you from hurting.”
@gbemioo wrote “Thank you for sharing this . So many of us go through so much pain in silence . God bless you”
@alex_unusual wrote “Thanks for strengthening others “
Nollywood actor Junior Pope Odonwodo has taken to social media to appreciate God for saving his life after a fire gut his house.
In a post shared on his Instagram page, the actor said his house almost went up in flames while the family were sleeping but God intervened.
According to the actor, he is safe as no member of his family sustained any injury.
He captioned the post thus: Join Me In Thanking God Ooooooooo
My House Almost Went Up In Flames While My Family Slept But GOD Intervened.
My Hands Are Clean Oooooooooooo,(Akam di Ocha)
God Is The Greatest (final full stop)
My family and I are safe…..
Reacting to the post, some Nollywood stars such as Nkechi...
The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has said no Nigeria deserves to be jailed.
Kanu stated this after over 2,000 inmates were freed by hoodlums in Owerri, capital of Imo State.
He said some groups and individuals get freed and rehabilitated by authorities while others languish in custody.
“If Miyetti Allah terror herdsmen & other murderous #Fulani groups, including Boko Haram insurgents, can be arrested, freed and rehabilitated by this neo-colonial Fulanised @NGRPresident, then no single soul deserves to be in any prison in Nigeria. If you know you know! #UGM," Kanu tweeted on Monday.
Kemi Filani reports that hoodlums on Monday morning broke into Correctional Centre in Owerri where over 2,000 inmates were set free.
Manchester United defender, Eric Bailly, has tested positive for COVID.
This was confirmed by United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who said the player contracted the virus while on international duty with Ivory Coast.
Bailly missed the Red Devils’ 2-1 comeback win over Brighton & Hove Albion on Sunday.
Solskjaer, in his team's update, disclosed that Bailly is yet to return to England and will not be available for selection for the time being.
“Unfortunately he won't be with us for a little while,” Solskjaer was quoted by the club website after the game.
“He's been away with Ivory Coast and he tested positive with Covid and he's not back in the country yet.”