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‘This country is frustrating me from all angles’ Actress Mercy Aigbe cries out

Mercy Aigbe in tears

Nollywood actress Mercy Aigbe has cried out about being frustrated from all angles following some challenges being experienced in Nigeria.

In a post shared on her Instagram page, Mercy Aigbe disclosed that she has been in terrible traffic gridlock for over four hours in an undisclosed location in Lagos.

According to Mercy Aigbe, Nigerian as a country frustrates people from all angles and she’s is considering relocating to America or Canada.

Making a joke about the situation Mercy Aigbe said, anyone from the aforementioned country should ask her hand in marriage.

She wrote: Gridlock! Lagos on stand still! I have been in traffic for over 4hours! This country will frustrate you from all angles! Relocation on my mind! Abeg I need an American or Canadian to come and marry me oh! D’Owner Biko no vex! It is what it is! I no do again!

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‘Nengi is the most annoying human ever’ – BBNaija Vee reveals

Vee and Nengi

Big Brother Naija ex-housemate, Vee has revealed that her fellow housemate and friend, Nengi is the most annoying human ever.

According to Vee in her recent post on her Instastory, Nengi is very annoying but she loves her regardless.

Sharing a photo of both of them, the reality star wrote;'

"Probably the most annoying human ever but I love her".

Reacting to this, Nengi wrote;

"Love you, mama"

Recall that these beauties have been good friends since the lockdown house. Fans thought their friendship would collapse after leaving the house, but despite all odds, their friendship is apparently growing stronger as time passes.

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Music Video: Kheengz feat. M.I Abaga & Falz – Who Be This Guy


Kheengz has dropped the official video for his song "Who Be This Guy".

He features Falz and M.I Abaga on this jam.

The track was produced by Jack the Music Nerd.

Director Bash directed the visuals.

Watch the video below:



ECOWAS Court to rule on Twitter ban in Nigeria


The Court of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has scheduled July 9, 2021, to consolidate suits against the Nigerian Government on the suspension of the microblogging platform, Twitter, in the country.

The date was announced on Tuesday during a virtual sitting.

In June, the Federal Government suspended the operation of the social media site, over alleged contents threatening the corporate existence of the country.

Two major applications were brought before the court, challenging the FG on violating the rights of Twitter users in Nigeria.

One was the application brought by the Registered Trustees of the Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project against the Federal Government marked ECW/CCJ/APP/23/21.

The other was the application brought by...

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