Friday, May 9
Thank you BadGurlMimi for directing me to this video on Youtube. Gosh, I can't stop laughing o.
In the past, Nobel laureate Wole Soyinka has had few words for Nigeria's First Lady Patience Jonathan. So, with her recent cry performance, Naija Skits thought he'd bring a lil comedy into the whole thing. Just watch this video, guys. You will thank us later. *winks*
Full Video + Transcript: Genevieve Nnaji Tells CNN 'We Won't Stop Till Missing Schoolgirls are Found"
Was waiting for CNN to release the video so I can share it with you incase you missed it. Our dear Nollywood actress Genny Nnaji was interviewed by CNN's Max Foster, 8:30pm tonight, where she talked about our government's response to the Chibok schoolgirls' abduction.Here's the full transcript I just made from all she said. Video is after the cut. Meanwhile, CNN referred to Genny as the "Julia Roberts of Nigeria" and Max kept calling her Genevieve 'Nyangi'. lol.
- Max Foster: Genevieve Nnaji is an actress, model and singer who has been raising awareness on the #BringBackOurGirls campaign. She told me they won't stop till the missing girls are found. Take a listen.
Genevieve: Everyone is involved. We are all mothers, we are all humans and these are young girls
Kids do change their parents' lives and the young man is growing up fast.... so adorable. See another photo of mum and dad, all loved up under an umbrella, after the cut
Always hold onto your kids/siblings/nieces and nephews while in public, guys to avoid 'stories that touch.' As a mum, this really freaked me out.
DailyMail this morning published chilling images from a CCTV recording that show the moment a man appears to lead a toddler away from its mother in a busy shopping centre.
In the shocking CCTV footage, a mother and her 22-month-old toddler are seen walking through the
'Boko Haram Plans to Exchange Kidnapped Schoolgirls for Imprisoned Comrades’ - Former Boko Haram Negotiator
According to a new report on Daily Telegraph, Nigerian Islamists who kidnapped more than 200 schoolgirls are seeking a prisoner swap for jailed comrades.
Shehu Sani, who has previously brokered face-to-face peace talks with Boko Haram, told DT that he believed the video in which Boko Haram's leader threatened to sell the girls as “slaves” was proof that it planned to use them as bargaining chips rather than kill them. The video released earlier this week showed Abubakar Shekau gloating that he would sell the captives “in the market” to anyone wishing to take them as wives.
But while the broadcast appalled the captives’ families and provoked worldwide outrage, Mr Sani
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge was, last weekend, spotted in economy class when he took an internal flight in the US after celebrating his friend Guy Pelly’s marriage. Prince William, who was in America with Prince Harry, took the American Airlines flight from Memphis to Dallas on Sunday. The photo was taken by US television reporter Eli Ross who was on the flight too.
Guys, this is a future king! Very impressive abeg.
A 41-year-old Tokyo cab driver has been arrested and accused of drugging his female passengers in order to satisfy his fetish of seeing them lose control and urinate on his back seat.
Toshihiko Nishi reportedly “bought diuretics through the Internet, and crushed them to mix with crackers.” He would lure women by offering them half-fare prices for very long trips, give them the crackers covered in the drug. But when these ladies now tell him they want to pee, Toshihiko would deny them access to a toilet, asking them to pee on the spot.
One woman said that when she told him she needed a toilet, he refused to let her out, and instead
Unlike some of his peers, who would rather inflate the cost just to give the impression that they have ‘truly arrived’, Mavin Records artiste, Dr. Sid in a chat with Punch chose to come out clear on the details of his luxury home in Lekki, Lagos, rumoured to be worth N110m.
Dr Sid told Punch:
“I put a mortgage payment plan in place, based on the savings I had made four years before I started a career in music. I am still paying for the house. And by the grace of God, I will get a second one soon.
I pay close to N1m a month and sometimes, more. I am going to do this for the next 25 years and I am not ashamed to say it."
Here's what Charlyboy told Vanguard in a new interview when he was asked if he would mind a state burial for his father as an eminent jurist and one-time Justice of the Supreme Court of Nigeria?
My father’s death should not be used for politics because I will resist any attempt to hijack the burial plans by politicians. My father was not a politician when he was alive. This is a warning to those who are already making plans to use his death to advance their political careers.
When he was sick, nobody visited him in the hospital except his family. Whatever