Friday, 16 January 2015

Photo: Omawumi weds baby daddy Tosin Yusuf  

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Singer Omawumi married her baby daddy Tosin Yusuf today January 16th at the Ikoyi Registry in Lagos. The couple got engaged last year after dating for years. They also have a 4 year old daughter. Omawumi is rumoured to be pregnant with their second child. Big congrats to them

See inside Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal's Flying Palace

After reading the ancient Sanskrit of the Mahabharata, this Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal was inspired and thus, decided to design his own flying palace.
OK, let me explain so you know what this is. You know those huge commercial airlines we fly for international travels? The airbus A380 is the largest of them all with about 800 seats and this Saudi Prince customized one of them for his private use. He bought it for a whooping $400million and used another $100million to customize it to his taste. Saudi Oil Prince Alwaleed bin Talal owns the largest private jet in the world, called the 'Flying Palace'. More pics after the cut...

EFCC Recovers $23,886 for Another American Victim of Facebook Love Scam

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC has been commended for helping to recover $2000 for an American victim of love scam, Margaret Sanders, just as the agency announced the recovery of $23,886 for another victim.

Sanders who lives in Sherman, Texas, made the commendation after she was presented with a cheque for the sum by agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, FBI.

She expressed delight at the professionalism demonstrated by the Nigerian agency in helping to

20 years after, Basketmouth vists Alma Mater, shares photos..

 The comedian took to instagram to share pics from his visit to his secondary school, United Christian Secondary School Apapa Lagos, 20 years after he finished from there. He shared a picture of him sitting 'in same corner, in same classroom' he sat 20 years ago. Another pic after the cut

Tuesday, 13 January 2015

I am now free to have sex – Vast of Bracket says  

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After being treated of Lymphoma, a type of blood cancer, Nwanchukwu Ozioko known as Vast from the popular singing group, Bracket, says he is free to start having sex again. He said doctors warned him to abstain from sex during the treatment process but have since given him the go-ahead to enjoy..

“I have gone for sperm check. I am okay. The essence of not having sex was to ensure that I don’t give birth to an abnormal baby. Because if I impregnate a lady in that condition, she might give birth to such a baby and of course I don’t want that to happen. That was why I was instructed to stay away from sex for five months. I am ready to resume. Interestingly, They know I’m a man capable of getting married when it’s time. Before they started the treatment, they took sperm from me for safe keeping in case the treatment damages my sperm. I will still be able to have children but nothing bad happened. It didn’t affect anything. I am free to have sex and impregnate my lady when the time comes. Apart from being alive, that is also a good news” he told Encomium mag

Sunday, 11 January 2015

Photos: Singer Faze meets with Bola Tinubu  

The singer paid a courtesy visit to the leader of the APC at his home in Lagos yesterday January 10th. Wonder what he’s up to. Another pic after the cut…

Photos: Kim Kardashian for Vogue Australia  

The reality star stuns on her first cover for Vogue Australia’s February Issue and 3rd for anything Vogue Magazine. Another pic after the cut…

Photo: NDDC Director splash N4.9million on his wedding suit  

Executive director-projects at the NDDC and Warri Big boy, Tuoyo Omatsuli splashed a whooping N4.9million on this hand made Ermenegildo Zegna £17,000( 4,930,000 Naira) 3 piece suit which he wore for his wedding in Warri yesterday Saturday 10th.

O’Neill Says Jonathan Election Loss May Be Nigeria Positive


A loss by Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan in general elections next month may be viewed “positively” by foreign investors and probably won’t rattle markets, according to Jim O’Neill, former chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management. While Jonathan, 57, has presided over the sale of the nation’s mismanaged power utilities to private investors, his economic policies in the last four years “could have been better,” O’Neill said in a Jan. 7 interview in the capital, Abuja. Firing central bank Governor Lamido Sanusi last year, who brought “a lot of credibility” to the government, sent out a negative signal, he said. “If he doesn’t get re-elected, and it’s because of Nigerian people wanting something different and something better, I think the markets would be happy with that,” said O’Neill. “Foreign investors are pretty negative about Nigeria, so I don’t dismiss the possibility that if he lost people actually might react positively.” O’Neill ranks Nigeria, Africa’s biggest oil producer, alongside Mexico, Indonesia and Turkey in his MINT group.

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