Thursday, December 07, 2017

More official photos from the child dedication & afterparty of Paul and Anita Okoye's twins + their family portrait

More official photos from the child dedication & afterparty of Paul and Anita Okoye's twins + their family portrait

More official photos from the child dedication & afterparty of Paul and Anita Okoye
Musician Paul Okoye and his wife, Anita dedicated their twins, Nathan and Nadia, in Church on Sunday and official photos from the ceremony and after party have been released. The excited parents also posed with their older son, Andre for family portraits. See below.
More official photos from the child dedication & afterparty of Paul and Anita Okoye
More official photos from the child dedication & afterparty of Paul and Anita Okoye
More official photos from the child dedication & afterparty of Paul and Anita Okoye
More official photos from the child dedication & afterparty of Paul and Anita Okoye
More official photos from the child dedication & afterparty of Paul and Anita Okoye
More official photos from the child dedication & afterparty of Paul and Anita Okoye

Monday, November 20, 2017

Police declares Burnaboy wanted for his involvement in 2Kay’s robbery

Police declares Burnaboy wanted for his involvement in 2Kay’s robbery

Police has declared Nigerian singer Burnaboy wanted as suspects confessed that he paid them to rob Mr 2kay in Eko Hotels, according to online sources including madailygist.ng.
Burnaboy
The Lagos state police command confirmed that Burnaboy was involved in the gun-point robbery of Mr 2kay which took place at Eko Hotel on October 22nd.
This happened 10 days after Burna Boy sent Mr 2Kay a threat through Twitter DM for calling him out over his tweet about beating up pastors.

[A Must See] 5 Major Nigerian Celebrities That Are Freaking Rich But Don’t Flaunt It (Photos)

[A Must See] 5 Major Nigerian Celebrities That Are Freaking Rich But Don’t Flaunt It (Photos)

You don’t need to shout or rock expensive things for people to know you’re rich. Most Nigerian celebrities love flaunting their wealth and incomes on Social media for people to know they’re living large.
Here are the 5 rich nigerian celebrities who don’t flaunt their wealth.
See them below:-
1. Naeto C
Talk about an artist that was born into wealth and still went ahead to make a name for himself, then you’re talking about Naeto C.
The singer who is worth several millions rarely shows off his wealth.
2. Asa
Asa is that one celebriity singer who loves to keep it low.
She stays relevant both on the local and international scene in music. She does great music and happens to be one of the few Nigerian celebrities signed to a foreign owned label.
3. Tuface Idibia
Tuface Idibia is one of Nigeria’s biggest music personality, yet he is the most humble celebrity we’ve known so far.
Tuface has made millions from his music and label, Hypertek.
4. DJ Jimmy Jatt
DJ Jimmy Jatt is Africa’s number 1 lengendary Disc Jokey, according to the last DJ competition held in the continent back in the 90s.
Jimmy Jatt is that one veteran who continues to stay relevant and the only DJ to have his own show.
5. Kate Henshaw
Kate Henshaw is one of the longest serving Nollywood actress who maintains her relevance, and hasn’t stopped being one of the top acts. Before a fire incident destroyed her Lekki home, the actress didn’t show off her wealth at any time and loves to keep it subtle.

Happy 60th Birthday To Our Former President, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan [Drop Your Wishes For Him!!]

Happy 60th Birthday To Our Former President, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan [Drop Your Wishes For Him!!]

Today, November 20th, 2017 happens to be the birthday of Nigeria’s former President, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan.
Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan GCFR GCON (born 20 November 1957) is a former President of Nigeria, having served from 2010 to 2015. He served as Vice-President of Nigeria from 2007 to 2010 and as Governor of Bayelsa State from 2005 to 2007.
On 31 March 2015, Jonathan conceded the election to challenger Muhammadu Buhari, who was sworn in to succeed him on 29 May 2015. Jonathan said in a statement he issued on 31 March 2015 that “Nobody’s ambition is worth the blood of any Nigerian.”

Monday, October 30, 2017

Saudi women to be allowed into sports stadiums next year

Saudi women to be allowed into sports stadiums next year

Women in Saudi Arabia will be allowed into sports stadiums as of next year, the Kingdom announced Sunday in the latest incremental step toward easing rules on gender segregation in the country.
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In a country where most women cover their hair and face with a veil and all women are required to wear an abaya, a loose black dress, in public, it's a noteworthy step toward gender equality.
The decision by the General Sports Authority states women will be seated in the so-called family section, an area separate from the male-only crowd.
These "family" sections are for women who are out on their own or who are accompanied by a male relative. Many restaurants and cafes, which often also have separate entrances for women, have similarly segregated seating arrangements.
The authority said the three major sports stadiums in the capital, Riyadh, and the cities of Jiddah and Dammam will undergo renovations to accommodate families.
Saudi women take part in Glowork exhibition in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia September 28, 2017. REUTERS/Faisal Al Nasser - RC136630FA00
Saudi women take part in Glowork exhibition in Riyadh.  (Reuters)
The decision comes after the public appeared to welcome a decision to allow women to drive for the first time next year. Many also responded enthusiastically when women were allowed into the Riyadh stadium for national day celebrations last month.
It's a stark reversal from years of allowing only men into the stadiums, many built with hundreds of millions of dollars when oil prices were nearly double what they are now.
Two years ago, a Saudi woman was arrested while attending a soccer game in Jiddah's al-Jawhara stadium, which opened to the public in 2014. Police were quoted in local media at the time as saying that security spotted her at the stadium "deliberately disguised" in pants, a long-sleeve top, a hat and sunglasses to avoid detection.
Over the years, some exceptions have been made for foreign women. In 2015, an Australian female supporter of Western Sydney Wanderers soccer club was permitted to attend a match at Riyadh's main stadium and a group of American women traveling with members of U.S. Congress watched a local club match, also in Riyadh.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.