Why I have not sued Wizkid – Babymama

Binta Diallo the second baby mama to popular musician, Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, also known as Wizkid, yesterday explained why she has not sued the singer for allegedly being a responsible father to their son, Junior. According to her, she wanted to sue him but his family begged her to opt for an out of court settlement in order not to create immigration problems for him. DAILY POST reports that Diallo had earlier called out the singer for not paying their son’s school fees after Wizkid tweeted that he planned to build public schools across Africa. However, sharing on Instagram copies of the agreement that her lawyers and Wizkid’s lawyers drafted about seven months ago which the singer was yet to sign for reasons unknown, she wrote: “This is some of the agreements/settlements that was provided by both of our lawyers which was supposed to be resolved outside court by February 2018. “I didn’t sue him or take the case to court because some of his family members begged not to and said tha…

800,000 people commit suicide annually – WHO

The World Health Organisation (WHO) says no fewer than 800,000 people commit suicide annually, the second leading cause of death among  people between the ages of 15  and 29, in 2016. WHO made this known on Monday in a statement to commemorate the World Suicide Prevention Day. WHO
The global health agency said the common methods of suicide were hanging and firearms occurring in all countries and regions, whether rich or poor. It added, however, that most occurred in low and middle-income countries, which accounted almost four-fifths of global suicides in 2016. “In high-income countries, there is a well-established link between suicide and mental health issues such as depression and alcohol use disorders. “But many suicides take place on an impulse during moments of crisis,” it said. The UN health agencies estimated that a person died every 40 seconds by suicide and up to 25 times as many make a suicide attempt. To help communities to prevent suicides, WHO and the Mental Health Commiss…

Temi Otedola Graduates From University College London

Billionaire daughter, Temi Otedola with her parents as graduates with a Bachelor’s degree in History at University College London. She posted; I DID IT! Just received my Bachelors Degree in History of Art from the University College London. I made Mama and Papa proud #JTOGrad

We didn't make voters registration difficult -INEC

Nigeria’s Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Monday refuted claims that it did make registration for the Permanent Voter’s Card difficult for eligible voters. INEC started voter’s card registration on April 27 2017, slated to close April 17 2018, but extended registration for an extra two weeks including weekends and holidays in all local governments in the country. After the two weeks extension for registration, a lot of persons were not able to register. Some alleged INEC made the registrations difficult. But, INEC’s national commissioner for voter education and publicity Solomon Soyebi said the allegations are far from the truth, saying it did make it comfortable and convenient for Nigerians. Soyebi who spoke on Channels Television programme, Sunrise Daily said the public groanings were not an evidence that INEC made registrations difficult. Many who lamented their frustrating experiences trying to register claimed the registration points were too few in each loca…

Fashion is an Art - Bam Bam replies haters over outfit to AMVCA

Following the eyebrows raised over her appearance at the 2018 AMVCA,former Big Brother Naija housemate, BamBam has replied  her haters of her feathery dress.

Here are some reactions about the outfit on Twitter:- @toyeenbsworld said, “There’s always a clown, a feathery clown at every awards ceremony’’. @prince_viiii said, “Why did Bambam come through looking like a feather duster?” @josh__ik, “Fine chick, fine chick. Bambam has turned to mother hen’’.@raychiebams said, “I knew Bambam would stand out. Her fashion sense is out of this world’’. @cynthiaclassichair said, “Your dress is absolutely splendid, different from other AMVCA dresses. It is not the regular dress you see on the red carpet’’. @thecinderella.k said, “The idea is to steal the show, and you did queen’’.

Shocking:Some Actresses That Came For AMVCA Are Still Stuck At Eko Hotel – Arole

Popular Nigerian comedian, Woli Arole is on Instagram shading some actresses who according to him are still stuck at Eko Hotel after wearing different outfits to the show off and getting broke afterwards..and now they probably don't have enough transport fare to go back home Post:

Some Nigerians who travelled to Russia to witness the 2018 world cup now stranded in Russia

Nigerians who traveled to witness the 2018 World Cup in Russia are being stranded and unable to go back home to Nigeria,
Some of the travelers who fled into other countries from Russia to obtain  visa's are also getting stranded in the process.
According to the reports, the victims have only FAN IDs, which the Russian government issued as a visa substitute to foreigners traveling to attend the FIFA World Cup. This means they can’t use the document to get a job.
With nowhere to go, they’re going about Russia looking for help.

According to them
“We came here to come and plead to our government in Nigeria because all of us came here to watch football, and we paid our flight tickets to and fro. “But unfortunately, we cannot get return back to Nigeria because our return tickets were cancelled and it is so disappointing to us as we never planned to stay in Russia.”
“We want to go back and that is why we are pleading to both our government and that of Russia to help us.”