Chidinma has made a switch to gospel music and her first offering is “Jehovah Overdo“.
“Jehovah Overdo” is a mellow groovy song of praise that testifies to God’s great works in our lives.
The song is written and inspired by the Holy spirit and personal life experiences; it is hence sung with befitting passion.
“Jehovah Overdo” is produced by EeZee Tee, and video directed by Avalon Okpe.
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Arsenal striker, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, has equalled Alexis Sanchez's record at the club, following his goal in the 2-0 away win at Newcastle United on Sunday evening.
With his second-half strike against the Magpies, the African striker has now scored in all three of his matches against Steve Bruce’s men in the 2020-21 season.
He is the first Arsenal player to score in three different matches against an opponent in a single season since Sanchez versus Hull City in the 2014-15 campaign.
Additionally, the former Borussia Dortmund man has also scored in each of his last five appearances against Newcastle in all competitions, to become the first player from the North London side to score in five consecutive matches against the same team.
Akin Olafeso, the lawyer to embattle Nollywood actor, Olarenwaju Omiyinka popularly known as Baba Ijesha, has revealed his client was set up by the Nigerian comedian Princess.
In a post shared on Facebook, Akin Olafeso said Baba Ijesha had an illicit affair with Princess in the past, an advantage he took to molest her 14-year-old adopted daughter.
According to the Lawyer, when Princes got the wind that her daughter was molested, she decided to set Baba Ijesha up to teach him an unforgettable lesson.
However, Akin Olafeso vowed they are ready to meet Princess in court.
He wrote: "My client had an illicit affair with Princess in the past, unknown to Princess, Baba Ijesha took advantage of his access to her house to...
It is no longer news that filmmaker and award-winning actress, Uche Jombo took a break from acting to face family for while.
The Abia State born actress recently took out time to share success tips with new generation actors.
Jombo, in an Instagram live interview with Nevadabridgetv, making a face and career in Nollywood is slightly easier than her time.
“I always say that this generation has it slightly easier in the sense that there is social media you can post yourself with a strong monologue and tag actors, producers, and people you feel can call you for an audition depending on how strong your monologue turns out to be,” she began. “They (this generation) have it easier because you actually have a platform you can post and tag people that you feel will...