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Actress Adesua Etomi covers April Issue of April Vogue Magazine

The actress and her husband Banky W shared the photos via their IG pages. She was featured on the Vogue publication alongside other starts from 14 different countries to celebrate talented group of women from across the globe Congratulations Susu for making Nigeria proud!

Nigerian brothers involved in Jussie Smollet attack confirm $3,500 check from the actor was payment for training & not his hate crime attack

It was previously reported that Jussie Smollett made a $3,500 check to two Nigerian brothers to stage his hate crime attack, but now the pair have confirmed the check was for a training program. According to TMZ, the $3,500 check made out to Abel Osundairo, 25, and his brother Ola Osundairo, 27, who are bodybuilders was for training to prepare...

NNPC confirms recruitment exercise

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation says it has opened its portal for recruitment of fresh graduates and experienced professionals into the system. Mr Ndu Ughamadu, its Group General Manager, (Public Affairs Division), confirmed this to the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja on Wednesday. He said that the portal for the recruitment was opened on Wednesday. The recruitment portal...

Jussie Smollet facing up to 48 years in prison as he faced with 16 charges over staged homophobic and racist attack

Embattled Empire star, Jussie Smollett has been hit with an additional 15 counts of filing a false police report by a grand jury and is now facing up to 48 years in prison Smollett who is accused of hiring Nigerian brothers Abel and Ola Osundairo for $3500 to beat him up in January, in what he later described to police as a...

U.S Rapper Tyga revelas natural hair without braids

U.S Rapper Tyga, 29, stepped out in LA on March 5, where he was photographed sporting a new do’. The “Taste” rapper didn’t necessarily do anything new to his hair, but take his braids out. — But, his long, natural hair made some fans do a double-take! See before and after photos of his braids and...

Radio stations in Canada and New Zealand drop Micheal Jackson songs from their playlist following new sexual abuse allegations

Radio stations in New Zealand and Canada have dropped Michael Jackson from their playlists, following new accusations of abuse by the late pop star in the documentary "Leaving Neverland." In the two-part film, which began airing on HBO on Sunday, Wade Robson and James Safechuck accuse the singer of sexually abusing them over a period of several years when they were...

”i will work harder this time and i won’t disappoint you”- President Buhari assures Nigerians

President Buhari today reassured Nigerians that he would not let them down in his second term in office. He said this when he received the leadership of the Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF), who paid him a congratulatory visit at the state house in Abuja. According to him, he would work harder in the next four years to...

Breaking: Tribunal Okays ruling on the application by Atiku, PDP to inspect electoral materials

A three-man panel of the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal in Abuja has reserved ruling on the ex-parte motion filed by the Peoples Democratic Party and its presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, seeking an order granting them access to inspect the electoral materials used for the February 23 poll The three-man panel, in a pre-hearing session...

Court disqualifies APC gubernatorial candidate in Taraba state due to improper declaration of age

A Jalingo Division of the Federal High Court has disqualified the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Taraba State, Sani Danladi. According to a report on Channels Television, Mr Danladi was disqualified on Wednesday from participating in Saturday’s election due to improper declaration of age. In the ruling, the judge, S.D. Pam, said Mr...
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