Wow! It really sounds so cool. A Glo theme song by P’square and Lagbaja. Or what do you think?
Wednesday, March 20
Breaking news right now is that Jesse Jagz, MI's younger brother has left ChocolateCity.
According to a statement on this Facebook page, Jesse said:
To whom it may concern: I, Jesse Garba Abaga (also known as “Jesse Jagz”) an artist formerly signed to Chocolate City Music label hereby wishes to notify my fans and the general public about my voluntary exit from the label. After my initial two year contractual agreement with Chocolate City, I do not wish to renew my contract with them and as such have proceeded to continue my music career with my new team at Jesse Jagz Nation.
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Popular UK based designer Yemi Osunkoya of House of Kosibah has denied he made a 7,000 -Pound sterling wedding gown for Annie Macaulay Idibia contrary to what some blogs reported.
Read Yemi's tweets after the cut
Eze Okoro, a 46-year-old man in Lagos was allegedly shot dead by drunk Nigerian Police officers recently in front of his house at 1, Oguntolu Street, Ijaiye, Ojokoro area, Lagos State, southwest Nigeria.
But the police have denied taking part in his murder.
According to sources, the policemen had been drinking for about six hours at a hotel nearby before they gunned down the man while he was enjoying evening breeze in front of his house after work .
After shattering his waist with bullets, the policemen who were said to have come from the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS, Ikeja, forcefully took his corpse away, perhaps to cover up their heinous act. and dumped it in a mortuary at Yaba.
Here's what beautiful actress Joke Silva in a Saturday Tribune interview when she was asked if she still cooks and washes hubby Olu Jacob's clothes:
"Excuse me, at this stage of my life, I cook when I like. The laundry? Abeg, even when we were newly married, it was underlined, I don't do laundry".
Some husbands would just freak out. Na lie?
Another sad tragedy!
A wooden boat carrying 166 people, which left Oron in Cross river State and heading to Gabon, capsized on Tuesday. Out of the 166, only two made it out alive.
The passengers of the boat were mostly Igbo traders who were travelling to Gabon and sources say they boarded the wooden boat because it was cheaper.
The victims’ corpses were brought to Calabar instead of Malabo, where the mishap occurred, because they were believed to be Nigerians.
45 corpses of some of the victims have been deposited at the morgue of the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, UCTH and people have thronged the hospital to try to identify the remains of their loved ones.
What's the big deal? Na so good things dey start. Kaffy is a dance queen, a goal getter. Missy is hugging her. You never can tell. *lol*
Sorry for being MIA yesterday, guys. I unexpectedly had to pack up and travel to Enugu yesterday. Couldn't get online till now. E ma binu.