Monday, March 3
The event was Fathia Balogun's movie premiere which held last month Feb 22nd. Ibinabo looks great.
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The Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) has introduced a clause in its constitution subjecting members, who intend to hold positions in church, to take an oath of allegiance to God denouncing homosexuality. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the public denunciation took place in Abuja on Sunday at St. Matthews, Maitama, during the swearing-in of new members of the Parish Church Council (PCC).
The Vicar of the church, Ven. Ben Idume, who administered the oath to members of the PCC, said the church recognised that those with such sexual orientation needed help and counselling.
“But they would not be allowed to hold any position in church,’’ he said.
The legislation is significant because it applies to members of the laity, clergy and house of bishops of the
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is a multi awarding winning author and in a new interview with TheSunNews, she blasted the journalist for addressing her as Mrs. Chimamanda. *lol*
Chima insists her name is Miss Chimamanda Adichie, not Mrs Chimamanda Esega (her husband's surname). It's quite a long interview but it's a must read. It sure will make you understand what makes the big writer, who wrote a piece on feminism that Beyonce so fell in love with she featured it in her hit song 'Flawless', tick.
- Mrs Chimamanda Adichie, welcome back to Nigeria…
- You mean?
- In one of your interview published in the some newspapers, (including an interview in Sunday
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, yesterday, during Christ embassy's Communion Service answered the question: 'Can a baby that is a product of rape be aborted?'
Using David and Bethsheba's case to answer the question, Pastor Chris said despite David's prayer and fasting, the child who was a result of David's sin still died.
No child should be brought into this world by force, if a lady has been raped, it is left for her to make a decision of whether to keep the baby or not. If you have never been raped or someone
Lupita will always be remembered for making Africa so proud last night after she won an Oscar, Best Supporting Actress in the movie “12 Years A Slave” where she played a role as Patsey, a favored but abused slave. This made her the 7th Black woman ever to receive an Oscar.
In her very emotional acceptance speech, which is a must see if you are yet to see it, Lupita reminded viewers that there’s a long history behind how she got to that stage. And in a tear-jerking conclusion, she expressed her wish that her unknown-to-Oscars trajectory would inspire someone watching at home to go for it — because, as she explained: “No matter where you’re from, your dreams are valid.”
Lupita is a beauty!!! Congratulations, gurl. Watch her speech below.