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Nadia Buari Unveils Arab Husband & 4 Daughters In Father’s Day Video & Photos

     Tweet     Ghanaian actress Nadia Buari gave her fans the shock of their lives yesterday when she finally unveiled her beautiful family members. Although the actress has vowed to not release the identity or nationality of her husband, it became evident that she is still happily married to her Arab husband of 10 years. Contrary to reports online, the actress said her marriage is blessed with 4 beautiful daughters. Here is how she honoured her hubby and unveiled her family members on the social media yesterday. Related Posts

Juliet Ibrahim Lacks The Patience Required To Keep A Man – Critic

     Tweet     By Playground TV Juliet Ibrahim may have given some hints why her relationship with Nigerian singer, Iceberg Slim has become a thing of the past. The diva, since the split, has been rather active in posting some belligerent relationship tips which may explain why she walked away from a celebrated love affair many thought would go the full distance. The most instructive of her post may just be the last one she posted on Wednesday and people have been wondering what prompted the beautiful mother of one to post it. The mulatto of Ghanaian-Liberian-Lebanese stalk had posed a question to her followers, asking them if they would delete their social media accounts if their lover/wife/husband ask them to. She had answered in dissent and most of her followers toed her line of thought...

Kudirat Abiola: Brave Warrior & golden wife with golden words of wisdom

..Based on the book, The President That Never Ruled By Osa Amadi, Arts Editor MKO Abiola’s image has for so long somewhat undermined and overshadowed the full contribution Kudirat made to democracy in Nigeria. Even before she was killed, she had been blamed by some people for egging her husband to refuse to relinquish his presidential mandate which led to his liquidation by Abacha and the Nigerian Army. But from Jamiu Abiola’s two books,  The President Who Never Ruled  and  The Stolen Presidency,  we are able to understand that she was rather a restraining force and voice to MKO Abiola. Kudirat Abiola In fact, Kudirat took leadership of the struggle, not because of any ambition to be First Lady, as some people had also wrongly insinuated, but primarily to save her husb...

Alake laments decline in reading culture among youth

By Daud Olatunji ABEOKUTA—THE Alake and Paramount ruler of Egbaland, Oba Adedotun Gbadebo has lamented the decline in the reading culture among the youths in the country. *Oba Michael Adedotun Gbadebo Oba Gbadebo stated this while hosting a young author, Ikimot Azeez, in his palace after the launch of her two books. The monarch, who attributed the decline in reading culture of the country as one major factor affecting the standard of education, urged youths  to take reading culture seriously. The author spoke shortly after launching her  two books in Abeokuta. Azeez, a lecturer at  Tai  Solarin University of Education, TASUED, said there is decay in book reading, adding that Students are becoming lazy in reading and assimilating. She said “Honestly, the decline in the ...

Inside Tunisia’s Shams Rad – the Arab world’s ‘only gay radio station’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionBouhdid Belhedi says his radio station now has 10,000 weekly listeners across 15 countries Homosexuality is both illegal and widely considered to be unacceptable in Tunisia. But since the 2011 revolution, activists have seen that standing up for their beliefs can result in change. Now LGBT people are gaining confidence and are coming out of the shadows to push for equal rights. “I was the first person to annoy people in the media and speak openly about LGBT issues in Tunisia on air,” says Bouhdid Belhedi, director of Shams Rad. In the Tunisian capital, Tunis, the 25-year-old shows us around an office space that has been converted into what he calls “the Arab world’s first LGBT radio station”. It is low ...

Juliet Ibrahim’s Ex-Nigerian Boyfriend Iceberg Slim Flaunts Father, Mr Olowookere

     Tweet     Nigerian rapper Iceberg Slim, real name Oluwasegun Olowookere has finally unveiled that face of his handsome dad. The widower who lost his wife in April 2017 was on Sunday honoured by the rapper as the world celebrates fathers all over the world. Here is how Iceberg Slim honoured his dad : Related Posts

Rainstorm Kills 5 In Bauchi State

     Tweet     5  persons are feared dead after a rainstorm hit some communities in Bauchi State on Saturday. The rain, which started about 4.49pm and lasted almost 90 minutes, left families in tears as the storm blew off the roof of their houses. While some houses were completely levelled to foundation level, some were left without fences and some were partially destroyed. Some of the worst hit areas are Wuntin-Dada, Tsohon Kanfani, Lafiyari, Yelwa, Rafin Zurfi, Inkil, Guru, Yelwa-Makaranta, Bakaro, Miri, Tiwum, Railway road and Government Reservation Area. Though no death has been reported officially, a source with the Bauchi State Emergency Management Agency said; “We understand that two children died at Zango and three people died at Tirwum and several others were injured.” Related Pos...

Croatian fans out-number Nigeria supporters

Super Eagles coach, Gernot Rohr stated that Croatian fans greatly out-numbered Nigerian supporters and it this put the Eagles under pressure at the Kaliningrad Stadium. Nigeria lost 2-0 to Croatia in their opening Group D game of the World Cup. Nigeria’s midfielder Onyinye Ndidi (L) and Croatia’s midfielder Luka Modric vie during the Russia 2018 World Cup Group D football match between Croatia and Nigeria at the Kaliningrad Stadium in Kaliningrad on June 16, 2018. / AFP PHOTO “It was a match like in Croatia,” Rohr told reporters when asked if the number of Croatian fans put pressure on Nigeria. “But what I like is the quality of our supporters who are coming from so far away. And you know that it is not the number of the supporters that is important, it is the quality ...

Violence hits Eritrean cycle festival

Image copyright Ashley Stocks Image caption Police attended Tameside Stadium when violence broke out at the cycling festival Police have condemned the “appalling” violence at a cycling festival in Greater Manchester that saw nine people hurt and eight men arrested. Thirty protesters stormed the Eritrean event at Curzon Ashton’s Tameside Stadium on Saturday, throwing bottles, food and beer kegs. Organisers said frightened young children were put in danger by the violence. It is thought the men were protesting against the Eritrean government. Image copyright Ashley Stocks Image caption Police escort away two young men after the trouble at Curzon Ashton’s ground The Eritrean Cycle Festival was attended by hundreds of people, with singing, dancing and appearances from c...

Tunisia v England preview

Jordan Henderson is set to start for England, having captained the side on their last outing against Costa Rica BBC coverage How to follow: Watch on BBC One from 18:15 BST; Listen on Radio 5 live; text commentary on the BBC Sport website TEAM NEWS Wahbi Khazri is set to be available for Tunisia, although he may lack match fitness, having not played since April after injuring his thigh with Rennes. Full-back Ali Maaloul should also be fit despite a hamstring problem, but key forward Youssef Msakni was left out of the squad because of a knee injury. England players have reportedly already been told their starting line-up. Midfielder Jordan Henderson, centre-back Harry Maguire and forward Raheem Sterling are all tipped to play. World Cup 2018 personality quiz: Which country should you really ...

WRPC consolidates relationship with host communities

By Jimitota Onoyume WARRI—Warri Refining and Petrochemical Company Limited, WRPC, has assured that it would continue to  promote a healthy relationship with its host communities. Managing Director  of the company, Mr Muhammadu Abali, gave the assurance at the 7th graduation ceremony of 56 persons sponsored by WRPC  in various  skills acquisition programmes. Some of them were trained in catering and hotel management, welding and fabrication, hairdressing, barbing, tailoring/fashion and design and autoengineering. Abali explained that the trainees were drawn from five of the communities playing host to the refinery, adding that the company would sustain its robust relationship with the communities. He enjoined the graduands to make good use of the opportunity offered by ...