Friday 25 September 2020

Nigerians React As Lesbian Couples Openly Pose For Photo In Lagos Despite Nigerian Laws Against Lesbianism


Some Nigerian Twitter users have reacted to a photo of some Nigerians lesbians shared on the platform.

One of the ladies, Amara, had shared the photo with the caption; 

This picture is important!!! two lesbian couples in Nigeria lesbianing and loving. #whenthegaysgather


Sanwo-Olu Commissions 7 Roads In Oniru-victoria Island Axis (Photos)

 It is a huge traffic relief for residents and road users around Iru and Victoria Island axes of Lagos State. Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on Thursday, commissioned Victoria Island-Lekki Traffic Circulation Project in which seven gridlock-prone roads were completely re-designed and re-constructed with concrete slabs.

The improved roads are within the commercial areas of Iru and Victoria Island. The Victoria Island-Lekki Traffic Circulation Project was delivered through the Public Infrastructure Improvement Partnership (PIIP) framework, under which the State Government collaborated with Access Bank Plc and Planet Projects Limited to bring the project to reality.

Last December, Sanwo-Olu flagged off the construction of the roads, which were notorious for heavy traffic congestion that affected the growth of businesses and reduced productivity.

Wizkid Features His 3 Sons, Banky W In Smile Official Video


Popstar Wizkid has featured his three sons – Bolu, Ayo and Zion – in his new video for single ‘Smile’ featuring H.E.R. The video was released at noon on Thursday.

Wizkid had his first son Boluwatife with a woman named Shola. Bolu clocked nine this year. The singer’s second son Ayo whom he had with Binta clocked four this year. His third son Zion will clock three in November.

Wizkid’s relationship with Zion’s mother Jada Pollock started on professional terms before the birth of the boy.

Meanwhile, Wizkid, in a post on Instastories on Thursday appreciated singer Banky W and Tunde Demuren for transforming his life.

APC Suspends Ekiti Governor Fayemi, Accuses Governor Of Funding PDP


The State Executive Committee of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ekiti State has suspended Governor Kayode Fayemi.

According to a statement released by the party on Friday, September 25, the governor was suspended due to “his numerous anti-party activities, especially his role in the recently concluded governorship election in Edo State which is contrary to the provisions of Article 21 (A) (ii) of the APC Constitution.”


According to the statement, five days before the Edo Election, Gov Fayemi'' hosted PDP chieftain, Femi Fani- Kayode in the government house in Ado Ekiti, and planned a coup against Edo APC.'' Another allegation levelled against Governor Fayemi by the party was that he played a role in the gubernatorial election in Oyo State and supported the PDP candidate to defeat the APC candidate.


Thursday 24 September 2020

Ikorodu Bois Recreates Davido's 'FEM' Video (Photos+Video)


Ikorodu Bois have recreated Davido’s latest music video, ‘FEM’.IgbereTV reports that the comedy group known for mimicking celebrities posted the video on their Instagram page.

Watch the video below.

Tuesday 22 September 2020

Nigerian Couple And Their Three kids Die In Ghastly Auto Accident

One Abubakar Isa Birnin Kudu, his wife and their three young children died in a fatal accident.


Details on the incident are still sketchy, however, it was gathered that the incident happened on their way to Jigawa State on Sunday, September 20.

'10pm curfew for six months? I need a girlfriend!' Social media users try to see the funny side even as they moan that 'Christmas is really cancelled' after Boris Johnson brings in new anti-Covid rules


Brits online are trying to see the funny side after Boris Johnson announced a new wave of Covid-19 restrictions that could last up to six months. 

On Twitter 'SIX MONTHS' has started trending, as people joke or show their exasperation at the latest announcement. 

Keith Lowis joked: 'Extra six months of Zoom quizzes for everyone?'

Another mad dash for toilet tissue continues with droves of panic-buyers joining early-morning queues at Costco as second lockdown looms


Giant queues formed outside Costco stores today as panic-buyers raced to bulk-buy essentials like toilet roll and tinned goods on the day tighter coronavirus restrictions were announced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Supermarket shelves aross Britain have been emptied of pasta, rice and flour as desperate Britons prepare to hunker down at home for a second lockdown. 

It comes as the Prime Minister made a speech in the House of Commons announcing tightened coronavirus restrictions.

Boris Makes TROOPS available To Support Police Enforcing Tough New Covid Restrictions - With Massive Fines For Businesses, £200 For Not Wearing a Mask, 10pm Pub Curfews, Tighter Rule of Six From tomorrow


Boris Johnson has announced a wave of new measures designed to crack down on the spread of coronavirus as he imposed a 10pm curfew on pubs, bars and restaurants and told workers to work from home from tomorrow. 

The Prime Minister's curfew will come into force in England from Thursday with the hospitality sector also being restricted to table service only. Mr Johnson has been actively encouraging workers to ditch working from home, telling his Cabinet earlier this month that 'people are going back to the office in huge numbers across our country and quite right too' but today he performed a screeching U-turn. 

Abuja Light Rail System

Abuja Light Rail System is a new light rail network being developed in Abuja, the capital city of Nigeria. It is the first light rail system being developed in Western Africa.

The first phase of the light rail system was commissioned by the President of Nigeria in July 2018. It is operated by China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC).

The Abuja Light Rail System is mainly intended to reduce the traffic congestion and offer an enhanced travel experience to the commuters in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) region of Abuja.

Crowd At Burial Of Emir Zazzau, Shehu Idris (Photos+Video)


After 45 years on the throne, light dimmed yesterday for Emir Zazzau Alhaji Shehu Idris, who passed on at 84.

Thousands of people converged on the palace at Zaria to pay their last respects as the remains of perhaps, the longest serving emir, were interred beside the tomb of some of the past emirs.

Prayers for the repose of the soul of the 18th Emir of Zazzau, were attended by Chief of Staff to the President, Prof. Ibrahim Gambari, who led the presidential delegation. Other members are: Minister of Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika and Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Mallam Garba Shehu.

Governor Nasir El-Rufai led the Kaduna State delegation which included Secretary to State Government, Balarabe Lawal-Abbas, Speaker Yusuf Zailani and heads of military and paramilitary formations and institutions in the State.

The demise of the Emir threw the entire people of the emirate into tears and mourning, as the remains of the late paramount ruler arrived the Palace from Kaduna at about 2.45pm.
The palace that was filled to capacity by friends, relatives and well-wishers who patiently waited till evening.

Also at the palace was the Emir of Kano, Alhaji Aminu Ado Bayero, and heads of military and paramilitary formations in the state.

The Waziri of Zazzau, Malam Ibrahim Muhammad, had earlier confirmed the demise of the 18th Emir of Zazzau, who until his death, was the Chairman, Kaduna State Council of Chiefs in Zaria..

The Emir died at the 44 Army Reference Hospital, Kaduna in the early hours of yesterday.
Aminu Shehu Idris, son of the Emir, said his father passed on after a protracted illness.
According to Aminu, his late father had been battling with an undisclosed ailment for a decade “until this morning when death snatched him away.”

The late monarch left behind four wives, many children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
The governor said: “We have lost a rare gem, a source of wisdom and guidance and a true father of all. May Allah Grant his soul abode in Aljanna Firdaus. Amin.

Obaseki’s Edo Victory: Tinubu Failed To Learn From History


The September 19 gubernatorial election in Edo State has come and gone, won and lost, according to the results declared by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

The win is as exciting to the winners as the loss is heart-wrenching to the losers.

The winner of the Edo gubernatorial tussle, Godwin Obaseki, candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), garnered 307,955 votes to defeat his main challenger, Osagie Ize-Iyamu of the All Progressives Congress (APC), who garnered 223,619 votes.

Mr Obaseki had defected to the PDP from the APC when he was disqualified from participating in the APC governorship primary election over alleged irregularities in his academic qualifications. Many saw his disqualification as high-handed, wondering why the party that gave him the platform to contest in 2016 would deny him the same platform barely four years later.