KFN earlier recalls a video currently made on social media where a Nigerian older man who was being interviewed said Iyabo Ojo would suffer and die for standing against Baba Ijesha.
Reacting, Iyabo Ojo took to her social media page, declaring God’s promises and scriptures upon her life, stating that all those, including Yomi Fabiyi, plotting to bring all manner of evil against her are wasting their time.
According to Yomi, he would never wish anyone dead, much less his colleague over a disagreement.
He mentioned he would rather let it end than nursing such devastating feelings.
However, he said his stance will always advocate for human rights protection to achieve peace, justice and development.
Speaking further, he said he is not ready to mourn over Iyabo as he still cares for her.
The children of two Nigerian music superstars, Davido and Tiwa Savage, Imade and Jamil have another trending video online and it is about the late Obama DMW.
In the new video, Imade and Jamil spoke at a reasonable length about the relationship they had with Obama DMW, an individual who was a close pal to their parents.
According to Imade, Obama DMW was always happy to see her and always send her lovely messages with will always end with “I love you Imade.”
On the other hand, Jamil stated that Obama DMW was always there for him, always gave him flowers and he loved him.
The video was shared through the Instagram stories of Nigerian global music superstar, Davido
Sensational Nigerian singer Simisola Kosoko better known by her stage name Simi has taken to social media to shower love for her brother on his birthday.
The mother of one shared a photo of herself and her brother, who has always been her close pal.
Speaking further, she mentioned her happiness is seeing her brother happy always.
My brother. My Day 1 . I just wanna say I'm happy we get each other, but most of all, that we have each other. I'm happy when I see you happy. Love you T. Happy birthday blood 🎈 @fakeajebutter
The Governor of Ondo State, Rotimi Akeredolu, has claimed that the late founder of the Synagogue Church of all Nations (SCOAN), Prophet T.B Joshua, gave him money when he won his first election.
Akeredolu stated this during the funeral service for Joshua on Friday.
According to him, the late Prophet drove from Lagos to his (Akeredolu) Ondo home when he won his first governorship election to wish him well and at the end of their meeting, Akeredulu said the cleric gave him money to entertain his guests.
"When I won election to be governor of Ondo State, T.B Joshua drove to Ondo State to wish me well and when he was leaving, he put money in my pocket and said, 'as a governor, you'll need money to entertain...