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Update: Staff suffered accident with client’s car in lekki, Lagos.

A staff at a car wash company, suffered an accident today in Lekki Phase 1 while driving a client’s car.

The accident victim reportedly drove out in one of the cars brought to his car wash for cleaning. While driving the car along Durosinmi Etti, in Lekki Phase 1 early on Monday morning, September 30, the car failed brake and somersaulted.

The man was lucky to be brought out of the car alive but the car was badly damaged.

LASEMA Response Unit have arrived at the scene of the accident and took the injured man away while some stayed back to clear the accident scene.

More pics below.

Car wash staff suffers accident in Lekki with client

Car wash staff suffers accident in Lekki with client

Car wash staff suffers accident in Lekki with client

Car wash staff suffers accident in Lekki with client

China threatens to release nuclear bomb that could hit US in 30 minutes, warns Donald Trump.

Amidst the ongoing trade war between the United States and China, and current claims to the South China sea between the United States and China, the very secretive Chinese military is set to unveil a new weapon that can possibly reach the US mainland in 30 minutes.

China, on Tuesday, will be be celebrating the ruling communist party’s 70th anniversary in power and in a show of power to Washington, will publicly showcase The Dongfeng 41, a robotic submarine and a supersonic drone.

China set to unveil new nuclear missile that could hit US in 30 minutes in warning to Donald Trump

The Dongfeng is a nuclear-armed missile that could reach the US in 30 minutes, and military analysts believe that the Chinese Peoples Liberation Army- the second largest military spender in the world after the US, could be emboldened to make more claims in the South China sea and even possibly invade Taiwan or Hong Kong, after showing off these weapons.

The parade on Tuesday will include 580 pieces of military equipment,15,000 troops and more than 160 aircraft according to Ministry of Defence spokesman Major General Cai Zhijun.

According to Zhijun, many new weapons “will be shown for the first time,” When asked whether that would include the Dongfeng 41, he said: ”Please wait and see.”

In 2018, spending on the PLA rose 5 per cent to $250bn (£228bn), or about 10 times its 1994 level, according to Sipri. The United States, with a force of 1.3 million, was far ahead at $650bn.

“China has developed nuclear, space, cyberspace and other capabilities that can reach potential adversaries across the globe,” the US Defence Intelligence Agency said in a January report .

The US and China are currently locked in a massive trade war..

BBNaija: Comedian Mr. Jollof threatens Tunde Ednut, Says he would beat him. (See reasons).

Disqualified Big Brother Nigeria housemate Tacha has received staunch support from many Nigerians despite her failure to win the N60 million cash prize.

On the contrary, several others have equally expressed their dislike towards the 23-year-old from Port Harcourt.

Blogger Tunde Ednut is one of many Nigerians who has unabatedly trolled Tacha on his Instagram page as he seemed to have a personal dislike for her.

But the latest to throw his weight behind ex-housemate is comedian Mr. Jollof who has threatened to beat up Tunde Ednut for making distasteful comments about Tacha.

According to Jollof, Tunde “is bitter because he is always a failure in everything he lay his hands on” that’s why he hates “Tacha who is only trying to grow.”

Taking to his Instagram story to serve a warning to the blogger, Jollof wrote; “Tunde Ednut is just a biter soul, how on earth will you hate Tacha that is trying to grow? I understand his bitterness because he is always a failure in everything he lay his hands on.”

“As a comedian he failed, as a musician he failed woefully that’s why he is hiding under his keypad to shade everybody. Very soon he will fail as a blogger”

“I pray he doesn’t try me because I will beat him up anytime we see I no dey make mouth. Naturally God bless me with power and if I see who I go beat I know, tunde ednut is one of those that I can beat without thinking twice.”

American Model, Blac Chyna Started Following BBNaija’s Mercy on Instagram.

With barely 9 days for the 2019 Big Brother Naija to end, Mercy has become the favourite of many bookmaker to win the show.

The Owerri-born turn 26 today, and she was celebrated by many Nigerians on social media for her behaviour throughout her stay in the house.

Her fans were pleasantly surprised today when American superstar model and socialite Blac Chyna followed Mercy on Instagram.

To Mercy fans, the move, though a tad strange, means their fave is gradually getting international recognition.

Meanwhile in an interesting turn of event, some Tcha fans have decamped to Mercy, supporting her to win the show. This is surprising because it was a fight with Mercy that led top Tacha’s disqualification from the house.

BBNaija: Mike’s wife reveals mood as he successfully arrives among the finalist.

BBNaija 2019 housemate Mike was confirmed as one of the six housemates to make it to the finals.

His wife Peirresha Alexandra Shakes-Drayton who has been his biggest supporter on social media, took to her Twitter account to congratulate him.

Sharing their wedding photo, she wrote, “Yaaaaaaay Mike has managed to make it to the final of Big Brother Nigeria.

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Wowwwwww. So proud of him. Big thank you to all those who voted and supported my husband it’s means so much.”



Yaaaaaaay Mike has managed to make it to the final of Big Brother Nigeria. Wowwwwww. So proud of him. Big thank you to all those who voted and supported my husband it’s means so much. .

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Peirresha, 30, is an athlete who has represented Great Britain in several athletic competitions.

Mike, unlike past housemates like Thin Tall Tony of the BBNaija Season Two and DeeOne of the BBNaija Season 3, was truthful about his marital status.

Deji Adeyanju: I sincerely apologize for attacking PMB, truly Nigerian youths are hopeless. *see tweet*

Nigerian Activist, Deji Adeyanju has bemoaned his dissatisfaction with Nigerian youths for shying away from several pressing issues in the country.

Deji apologized to President Buhari for attacking him when he said Nigerian youths are lazy, Deji Adeyanju went as far as calling Nigerian youths, the most hopeless youths in the world.

He wrote on Twitter:

‘I want to apologize to President Buhari today for attacking him when he said Nigerian youths are lazy. Nigerian youths are not only lazy, they are the most hopeless youths in the world. They have no future and there’s no hope for them.’

Popular Nollywood actress, funky akindele offers BBNaija housemate Diane a role in Jenifa’s diary.

Nollywood actress and producer, today visited the housemates in the ongoing reality show, Big Brother Naija.

The housemates were beyond elated to see the Nollywood Superstar and they begun the conversation by talking about her passion for the youths and how she believes they are the leaders of today.

She subsequently asked the housemates to talk about themselves and their various vocations and while they spoke one after the other about what they would venture into at the end of the reality show, Diane revealed her passion for acting.

After Diane made that statement, Akindele invited her to join the cast of ‘Jenifa Diary’.

“I can’t wait for you to join Jenifa’s Diary,” she told Diane.

Minister for Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi announced that NIIT can make ‘Made in Nigeria’ Cars. (See below)

Transportation Minister Rotimi Amaechi has said the Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology (NITT) in Zaria, Kaduna State, has the capacity to design “made-in-Nigeria” vehicles.

A statement yesterday in Zaria by is Director of Public Affairs, Mr Paul Mshelizah, which was made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), said the minister spoke this during a familiarisation and facility tour of the institute.

It was during the repositioning retreat organised by the institute.

Amaechi said: “NITT has all it takes to design a car. I am sure the institute could convince the Federal Government that it has what it takes to design a made-in-Nigeria car.

“From design, to engine to body, then funding will not be an issue. We can create patency for NITT.”

The minister expressed satisfaction with the facilities but advised its management to ensure proper use and adequate maintenance of the equipment.

Amaechi also advised the NTT to seek accreditation from National Universities Commission (NUC) to run certain diploma programmes toward metamorphosing into a full-fledged university of transport and logistics.

The minister pledged the ministry’s support to create more faculties in the institute.

He called for a holistic perusal of the institute’s enabling law to know the scope of its mandate.

At its biodiesel laboratory, Amaechi urged the institute to expand the project aimed at producing made-in-Nigeria vehicles by establishing a feedstock farm for renewable energy.

He told NITT to factor into the 2021 budget the acquisition of about “200 hectares of land” to start the project.

The minister suggested that in subsequent budgets, personnel and other logistics for effective operation of the feedstock farm might be captured.

This, he said, can attract private investors to cue into the project.

Interacting with NITT N-Power automobile participants, the minister admonished them to be disciplined in everything they do.

Amaechi assured them of Federal Government’s commitment towards the success of the N-Power scheme, adding: “President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration is interested in lifting people out of poverty.

“As potential entrepreneurs, you can create jobs by training a number of people in your workshop.

“I, therefore, enjoin you to utilise optimally the skills acquired through the scheme for personal gain as well as for the country at large.”

Speaking on behalf of the NITT N-Power participants, Mr Abdulazeez Owoseni-Salihu hailed the social investment programme of the present administration, especially the N-Power scheme.

Owoseni-Salihu noted that the scheme had not only empowered the beneficiaries but also changed their mind-sets toward self-sufficiency.

He appealed to the Federal Government to “kindly” provide N-Power graduates with “contemporary machines to enable them go into the field to practice the skills acquired”.

Amaechi, who answered reporters’ questions at the end of the facility tour, said: “I am satisfied with the facilities. All they need is just governance.

“In terms of equipment, they are doing well. But as professionals, they must put the equipment to use.

“The Federal Government will ensure that areas where you have infrastructure are properly funded.

“But you need to show that you are not only able to transfer knowledge but also able to supervise the trainees so that we can create employment.”

NITT’s Acting Director-General, Dr Bayero Salih-Farah, explained that the institute was accredited by the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) to run Diploma and Advanced Diploma programmes.

He said NITT had entered into affiliation with Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria, to run postgraduate and Master’s degree programmes.

The acting director-general thanked the minister for not only attending the event personally but also visiting the institute’s headquarters in Zaria.

NAN reports that the facilities inspected included the new office of the director-general, main auditorium and the state-of-the-art facilities at the Transport Technology Centre (TTC) among others.

Gen. Yakub Gowon, Osinbajo, TUC expresses hope, others lament woes as Nigeria is about to clock 59.

Olufemi Atoyebi, Sunday Aborisade, Adelani Adepegba, Samuel Awoyinfa, Tunji Bosun, Peter Dada, Akure, Sola Shittu, Tony Okafor, Olalekan Adetayo, Tunde Oyekola and Ademola Babalola

The Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, on Sunday expressed optimism that despite the challenges facing the nation, a new Nigeria was about to be born.

Osinbajo spoke at the Independence Day interdenominational church service at the National Christian Centre in Abuja.

At the event were the Chairman of the anniversary organising committee, Boss Mustapha, who is also the Secretary to the Government of the Federation; security chiefs; President of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Supo Ayokunle, and Deputy Senate President, Ovie Omo-Agege, who represented the Senate President, Ahmed Lawan.

The Vice President said, “God has promised through the mouth of His trusted prophet that He is giving us a new Nigeria. May I announce to you today that God is ready to take us to the promised land. We must remember that the Almighty God is the builder of the nation. God controls the destiny of nations and its people.

“God has also promised us a new Nigeria, a peaceful Nigeria, a prosperous Nigeria, a Nigeria where justice, equity and fairness shall prevail, a united Nigeria, where the different tribes and tongues are not the reason for separation, but joyful textures of our togetherness. God is ready to fulfill his promise.

“Some are saying it is impossible, Nigeria cannot change, the ethnic and religious divisions are too deep, corruption cannot end, politicians are too selfish, too mischievous. Yet like Caleb and Joshua, if we declare that these problems are merely bread for us, a new Nigeria is here.”

Also at the event, a former head of state, Gen Yakubu Gowon (retd), called on Nigerians to salvage the nation from woes.

He said, “In the midst of the various inflicted challenges in Nigeria today, we can come together in the unity of faith to salvage the nation from its woes. I believe Nigeria is specially favoured by God and I am confident that God who preserved it in the past will do it again if only we can continue to fervently pray and do what is right and good before Him and fellowmen and women.”

TUC scores Nigeria low

But in its comment, the Trade Union Congress on Sunday said the position of Nigeria among the comity of nations of the world was a testimony of its failure to develop at a steady pace after 59 years of attaining independence.

Its President, Quadri Olaleye, and Secretary General, Musa-Lawal Ozigi, TUC said military incursion into politics, corruption, ethnicity, religious crisis were major reasons inhibiting the nation’s growth.

The statement read, “The military incursion into politics, corruption, ethnicity, religious crisis, etc have worked against our national development. It is even more worrisome and unfortunate that at this time and age the crack is widening by the day.

“We must interrogate the reason why countries we were at par with have left us far behind. China, India, Indonesia, etc were our contemporaries but they are now in the first league while we are dragging economic space with some countries in Africa.

“Although revenue from tax has improved significantly but unfortunately, instead of widening the tax net, the impoverished public is overtaxed, leading to despondency and despair.”

TUC also berated the Federal Government for failing to pay the new Minimum Wage of N30,000 as earlier agreed.

“We find it disturbing that months after the National Minimum Wage committee set up by the Federal Government to work on the new wage had submitted their report, government is still not committed to paying the new wage.

“We are beginning to think that signing it in the first place was because of the 2019 General Elections. To talk about setting up another committee over the same issue makes us feel we have been swindled. We have learnt our lessons. The argument on the part of government has always been that there is no money to pay minimum wage whereas lawmakers have budgeted N5.6bn to purchase automobile that are not produced in Nigeria. Our belief is that government can actually pay if only the cost of governance will be reduced,” it said.

Economic imbalance worries LCCI

On the economic front, the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry says it is paradoxical that 59 years after independence, the oil sector still accounts for over 50 per cent of the nation’s revenue and over 80 per cent of the foreign exchange earnings.

This was contained in the independence message signed by the Director-General of the LCCI, Mr Muda Yusuf, a copy of which was made available to our correspondent.

The statement read, “Over the last 59 years, the Nigerian economy has transformed from a basically agrarian economy to an economy driven largely by resources from the oil and gas sector.

“The 2019 first quarter Gross Domestic Product data shows that the non-oil sector accounts for 90.9 per cent of the GDP while the oil sector accounts for 9.1 per cent.

“The paradox is that the oil sector accounts for over 50 per cent of the nation’s revenue and over 80 per cent of the foreign exchange earnings. This reflects the mounting imbalance in the structure of the economy since independence. It also underscores the growing decline in the non-oil sector productivity over the past 59 years.”

Obaseki calls for investment in youths

Meanwhile, the Edo State Governor, Mr Godwin Obaseki, has asked political leaders to invest in the younger generation to enable them compete with their peers in a world driven by technology.

Obaseki said this during the Sunday Service at the Firm Foundation Church International in Benin City, Edo State capital on Sunday.

He said, “As Nigeria turns 59, we must invest in the younger generation. The country must ensure that youths are empowered and prepared for the future. We need to give them quality education, build the necessary infrastructure for them to operate and reposition them for the technology-driven world ahead.”

Earlier, Lead Pastor, Firm Foundation International, Pastor Kay Benson-Akhigbe in her sermon, titled ‘What time is it,’ said she had seen a better Edo State under Governor Godwin Obaseki.

Obiano seeks prayers for leaders

In Anambra, the state Governor, Willie Obiano, called on Nigerians to pray for their leaders and pay taxes for the development of the country.

Obiano stated this during a church service at St Patrick’s Cathedral, Awka.

He said, “I urge all to pray for the leaders to succeed, as well as do your own bit, which include prompt payment of taxes for the betterment of the state and country.”

In his homily, the Catholic Bishop of Awka Diocese, Most Rev Paulinus Ezeokafor, said Christians by their faith had the calling of changing society for the better.

He added, “The Federal Government has not taken any drastic action to curb the menace of the Fulani Herdsmen attacks.

“It appears the Federal Government values cows more than human beings, and as such has failed in addressing the many attacks and killings of innocent persons by suspected Fulani Herdsmen.”

Nigeria groping, says pol science prof

Contrary to the claim in some quarters that Nigeria was making progress, a professor of Political Science at the Lagos State University, Sylvester Odion-Akhaine, has said the country is groping politically.

Odion-Akhaine said this in an interview with our correspondent on Sunday.

In his assessment, the university teacher said Nigeria was grappling with what he called foundational problem.

He said, “Politically, the country is groping. 59 years on, we have not been able to get right what scholars have called the rightfulness of the unit.

“The Nigerian state has a foundational problem. The people don’t see themselves as Nigerians, except in ethno identity forms.

“The state question as distinct from the form of government must be resolved if the country must progress. “

Kwara gov makes case for the poor

In his message to mark the anniversary, Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq of Kwara State called on leaders to focus on the poor.

The governor made the call at a service to mark the anniversary of held at Saint John African Church, Maraba, Ilorin, Kwara State

Represented by the state Deputy Governor, Mr Kayode Alabi, the governor said leadership was about helping and giving to the people.

The Bishop of the Kwara Diocese of African Church, Rt Reverend Felix Ogunmodede, challenged the Federal Government to address various rots in the country, particularly corruption and illegal acquisition of wealth by politicians and civil servants.

The Chairman of the state Christian Association of Nigeria, Prof. Timothy Opoola, prayed that the Lord would deliver the nation from its challenges.

Ex-Villa chaplain blames woes on ethnic, religious bigots

A former Presidential Villa Chaplain and General Overseer, All Christians Fellowship Mission, Abuja, Rev. William Okoye, has attributed the nation’s under-development to bad leadership, distorted values, ethnicity and religious bigotry and the absence of meritocracy in national affairs.

Speaking to journalists in Abuja on Sunday, Okoye said, “Our nation Nigeria, though very richly endowed by God, was crippled from the beginning by our deception, falsehood, selfishness and greed. We don’t have national leaders; Most of our leaders are ethnic champions and religious bigots.

“One of our greatest undoing as a people is our distorted sense of value and Nigeria’s worsening image around the world.”

Respect nation’s laws, Esele tells Buhari

Still on the heel of Nigeria’s 59 Independence anniversary, a former president of the Trade Union Congress, Mr Peter Esele, has urged President Muhammad Buhari to respect the nation’s law and keep to agreements.

Speaking with journalists in Benin on Sunday, Esele said Buhari must see himself as President of Nigeria and not a state.

“The President of this country must see himself as the president of Nigeria and not a state, and must be able to separate the state from the president as the state must be supreme at all times,” he said.

He also stressed the need for leaders of the country to tackle the challenges facing the Nigeria and lamented government’s inability to pay the national minimum wage.

Nnamani tells leaders to tackle poverty

In his message on Sunday, the Chairman, Senate Committee on Cooperation and Integration in Africa/NEPAD, Senator Chimaroke Nnamani, asked Nigerian leaders to tackle poverty, ignorance and disease.

He said the vices were impeding the development of the country.

Nnamani noted that almost six decades after Nigeria attained her independence, the country was still faced with the challenges of inequality, unemployment, ethnicity and illiteracy.

The former governor of Enugu State urged leaders at all levels to make deliberate efforts through policies and programmes to engender development.

He also appealed to leaders to rescue the people from ignorance, squalor, disease and poverty.

Nigeria can’t disintegrate –Akeredolu

In Ondo, the state Governor, Mr Rotimi Akeredolu, had declared that the country was still faring well in spite of its various challenges.

The governor said many countries had disintegrated with half of the challenges being faced by Nigeria but the country was still together, moving on.

Akeredolu stated this on Sunday, at a church service to mark Nigeria’s 59th anniversary held at The Redeemed Christian Church of God at Oke-Ijebu Akure, the state capital

Represented by his deputy, Mr Agboola Ajayi, the governor said, “In spite of all the challenges we have faced as a people, it has pleased God to allow us to remain as one indivisible entity. As we all know, some countries whose challenges were not as daunting as ours have disintegrated.”

Be patriotic, Makinde tells Nigerians

Oyo State Governor, Mr Seyi Makinde, has called on Nigerians to rise as compatriots and serve their fatherland conscientiously in any position they may find themselves.

Makinde made the call on Sunday during a thanksgiving service at St. Peters Anglican Cathedral, Aremo, Ibadan.

Speaking through the Secretary to the State Government, Mrs Olubamiwo Adeosun, the governor noted that if Nigeria would move from poverty to prosperity, all hands must be on deck.

In his sermon titled, ‘Righteousness exalts a nation,” The Very Reverend Andrew Adebiyi of the Cathedral of St. Peter, Aremo, Ibadan, maintained that Nigeria could only be prosperous with righteous leaders and followers.

Abiodun seeks prayer for Buhari

Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun, in his message called on Nigerians to support the Federal Government with prayers and work with President Muhammadu Buhari to end insurgency and other insecurity challenges .

The governor, in a statement issued by his Chief Press Secretary, Kunle Somorin, said Nigeria had all it would takes to be a great nation.

Abiodun said: “I call on Nigerians to support the present administration with prayers and work with President Buhari to end insurgency and other fault-lines that divide us as one indivisible and united country.

“I pray that the country would witness prosperity, peace and progress.

“It was a divine mandate that the President won this year’s presidential election and his efforts so far justifies the confidence reposed on him.”


We have not exonerated osinbajo from the allegations, we are waiting for investigations.

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) says it has not exonerated Vice President Yemi Osinbajo in the recent N90 billion scandal.

Recall that the leadership of the Christian body visited the Vice President last Friday to discuss the N90 billion he allegedly received from the Federal Inland Revenue Service FIRS during the buildup of the 2019 general elections. The body after the meeting said it is throwing its weight behind the Vice President in this trying time. Many had interpreted this to mean the body had exonerated the Vice President from any wrongdoing.

However in a statement released on Sunday September 29th, the Special Assistant (Media & Communications) to CAN president Rev. Samson Ayokunle, Pastor Adebayo Oladeji, said the Christian body can never endorse corruption and has not exonerated Osinbajo from the allegation. The body says it awaits the outcome of investigations into the allegation.

The statement in part reads

“The leadership of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) can never endorse corruption and has never exonerated anyone accused of corruption because we are not a court of law. Anyone accused of corruption has to prove his or her innocence with documentary evidence before the court of competent jurisdiction as we all know before his or her innocence can be upheld.

“CAN leadership visited the Vice President Yemi Osinbajo last Friday to hear his side of the story instead of rushing to the press either to condemn him or throw our weight behind him. This we believe, there is no law that is against our action.

“After we had interacted with him and he said that the allegation was baseless and should be treated as rubbish, and not only that, that he said that he was going to pursue the matter legally to prove his innocence, we then assured him that if he is proved innocent, then we throw our weight behind him.

“We thereafter prayed for him and our nation Nigeria. We urged him to continue to serve the nation with clean hands. The leadership of CAN has never endorsed corruption. In our earlier visits to President Muhammadu Buhari, we had praised him for fighting war against corruption but urged him to make it comprehensive, sparing no one irrespective of political affiliation.”

Timi Frank, a former deputy spokesperson of the APC had alleged that the purported faceoff between President Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo started when the presidency discovered that Osinbajo accepted N90 billion from FIRS during the buildup of the 2019 general election. Frank said Osinbajo has not been able to give the president an account of how the money was spent.

Vice President Osinbajo has since denied the allegation and has filed legal proceedings against Timi Frank.

BBNaija finalists in styles, make their say. (Read below).

The Pepper Dem season of Big Brother Naija reality show will wrap up next weekend and a winner will emerge.

With the final week kicking off already, there are six finalists left out of 26 housemates that began the journey about three months ago.

The show started with 21 housemates, saw the inclusion of 5 more housemates mid season and now, 19 evictions and 1 disqualification, we are left with Frodd, Omashola, Mike, Mercy, Diane and Seyi who all stand equal chances of winning the grand prize.


Oluwaseyi “Seyi” Awolowo has had many highs and lows in his three decades of existence. The bubbly entrepreneur once tried to commit suicide but has since risen above that dark period of his teenage years and has turned his life around. He is committed to his journey of self-acceptance, his girlfriend and his beliefs. He demonstrates the latter with a “Jesus’’ tattoo across his arm. Seeing his own face on a billboard for the first time is one of the highest moments of his life so far.

What irritates you most about other people: Fake people and those who lack of originality.

What will you do with the prize money: Invest in my company. May also help a charity or two.

Why will you be a fan favourite: I’ll stand out from the rest of the Housemates.


Diane Yashim describes herself as an easy going girl whose favourite outfit is a shirt, trousers and sneakers. The model and aspiring cook is also a graduate of the University of Debrecen in Hungary. Studying and living there was an eye-opening experience she’ll forever be grateful for. One of the highlights of her life is being chosen as a Big Brother Naija Season Four Housemate and she says that nothing would make her quit the game. She adds that she likes to try new things and wants to see the whole experience through.

What irritates you most about other people: Liars and loud talkers.

What will you do with the prize money: Travel as well as try to get into the entertainment industry as an actor or television presenter. I will also go back to school.

Why will you be a fan favourite: I’m an open book, I believe I’m relatable and people will understand me easily.


Mike Edwards is a husband, CEO and athlete who doesn’t know how to quit. The highest point in his life was the day he got married to the love of his life. Mike owns the first Black-owned cigar line in the United Kingdom and he’s also a professional athlete. The lowest point in his life was when he was banned from representing Nigeria at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. He’d still come to the Big Brother Naija House even if he had a million dollars because he never backs down from a challenge.

What irritates you most about other people: Negativity.

What will you do with the prize money: I would continue to grow my business.

Why will you be a fan favourite: I am positive and I have a keep it real personality.


Chemeka Frodd Okoye is a soft-spoken Investment Adviser and Sales Executive from Anambra State. The 28-year-old believes family is everything and that’s why he lists paying for his mother’s surgery bill as one of the proudest moments of his life. He says nothing can make him quit Big Brother and even if he had a million dollars, he would still  participate in the game because “the experience can never be bought.”

What irritates you most about other people: Pride, fake people and bullies.

What will you do with the prize money: Start a fashion line and an NGO for single mothers.

Why will you be a fan favourite: I have my charms.


26-year-old Mercy Eke is a video vixen and businesswoman based in Lagos. She loves cooking, swimming, travelling and dancing. No matter the setbacks, Mercy always picks herself up and does her best. “I’m grateful for each and every day. Being alive today is already the highest point of my life”. When she’s not dancing, singing or rapping, Mercy makes time to enjoy her favourite food: white rice and pepper soup. If she had a million dollars in her account, would Sugar still be in the BB Naija game? “Yes, I would. I want the fame. The popularity is very important for my business”.

What irritates you most about other people: I dislike people who are proud.

What will you do with the prize money: I want to start my own fashion brand or label.

Why will you be a fan favourite: I’m a fun person and I’m a sweet girl. Some people call me “Sugar”. Plus, I can be crazy!


Model and Entrepreneur Omashola is originally from Delta State, but now calls Lagos home. He loves playing basketball, cooking and “being in the water, even though I can’t swim”. Putting his life’s motto “If you want it, go get it – don’t just sit down” into action this year, Omashola got down on one knee and proposed to his girlfriend. But the worst happened; she turned him down! Now single and focused on building his brand, Omashalo comes into the Big Brother Naija House ready to make his dreams come true.

What irritates you most about other people: I hate liars.

What will you do with the prize money: I will invest and triple it in less than a year.

Why will you be a fan favourite: Because I’m different, I’m special and I have a story to tell.

A Nigerian Deported as Indian police caught him in fraudulent act. (More details).

Indian authorities have deported a Nigerian who was charged and booked for cybercrime offence, while also overstaying his visa.

The Nigerian, identified as Valentine Kevin was deported on Friday, September 27th with a flight coming to Lagos. He arrived India in 2014 on a medical visa but after his visa expired, he stayed put in the country, living in Hyderabad. In August he was arrested by Cyberadad police as a suspect in a fraud case.

The case led to his being handed over to the Indian immigration department.

Nkan Nbe – Lil Kesh ft Mayorkun (Lyrics and Mp3 download).


YAGI Records boss, Lil Kesh teams up with Mayorkun to release this wonderful piece of work titled “Nkan Be

We realize you will be wanting to sing along with the dope tune, so we brought to you the lyrics of the song.

Lil kesh feat Mayorkun

Download Mp3 below:

[Music] Lil Kesh Ft. Mayorkun – Nkan Be

Nkan Nbe – Lil kesh ft Mayorkun (



Ah! Nkan nbe
Yo Rexxie pon this one
Mayorkun baby

[Bridge – Lil Kesh]

I been dey think say i don see the one way fine pass you (i been dey think say)
I been dey think say i don see the one way sexy pass you (i been dey think say)
I been dey think say i don see the one..
I think say i have seen it all..
But when i see you, i know say Nkan nbe..

[Mayorkun Verse]

I been dey think say i don see the one way fine pass
I been dey think say i don see the one way sexy pass oh..
I been dey think say i don see the one..
I think say i have seen it all yeah
But when i see you, i know say Nkan nbe..

[Chorus: Mayorkun & Lil kesh]

See and i hope, i hope u remember me (i hope u remember me)
And i hope say, i hope u remember (i hope u remember me oo)
eh, when i don stop to dey hot (to dey hot)
Will u say is all my fault eh, when i see u i know say nkan be

Nkan’be labe orun, nkan’be
Nkan’be labe orun, nkan’be

[Verse 1 – Lil Kesh]

Ah, first verse YAGI level make i enter (enter)
Na dis Chikala make me wan dey mental (mental)
I go like to give u Legbege ati center (center)
Space bar bawo, make i enter (enter)
Stop it, sho fe ma se lau lau…
O fe shey lau lau fun emi eruku lau lau..
Emi short caller, baller to ko’la..
Mo fe fesile, baby no one corner

Me i no go let u go (me i no go let u go)
I go be your daddy yo (i go be your daddy yo)
Jeun si kun (je seku) ko jeun yo
Jeun yo ahan

See me i no go let u go (me i no go let u go)
I go be your daddy yo (i go be your daddy yo)
Jeun si kun(jeun si kun) ko jeun ju
Jeun yo ahan

[Chorus: Mayorkun & Lil kesh]

See and i hope, i hope u remember me (i hope u remember me)
And i hope say, i hope u remember (i hope u remember me oo)
eh, when i don stop to dey hot (to dey hot)
Will u say is all my fault eh, when i see u i know say nkan be

Nkan’be labe orun, nkan’be
Nkan’be labe orun, nkan’be

[Verse 2 – Mayorkun]

Oya whine for the, whine for the, whine for the doe
Whine for the mulla
Whimp on the, whimp on the, whimp on the pole nah
Whine for the paper
Whine for the, whine for the, whine for the doe nah
Whine for the mulla
Whimp on the, whimp on the, whimp on the pole nah

[Chorus: Mayorkun & Lil kesh]

See and i hope, i hope u remember me (i hope u remember me)
And i hope say, i hope u remember (i hope u remember me oo)
eh, when i don stop to dey hot (to dey hot)
Will u say is all my fault eh, when i see u i know say nkan be

Nkan’be labe orun, nkan’be
Nkan’be labe orun, nkan’be


Whine for the doe eehh
Nkan nbe labe orun
Nkan nbe

The End!!!

May his soul rest in peace! Popular Social Commentator Died At Age 43 After Illness.

Stanley Nwabia, a popular social commentator on Twitter, has died at the age of 43.

Family sources confirmed that Nwabia died in the early hours of Sunday following an unsuccessful blood transfusion procedure in Lagos. Acoording to twitter user, Ojugo Onyeluka (@GentleOjay), he spoke with Mr Nwabia’s wife and she confirmed the passing of her husband.

“His wife was sobbing uncontrollably. I was also too emotionally broken to ask him why the transfusion had to be done so urgently” Onyeluka said.

His last Tweet was on September 25th and it reads, ‘Oh well, let bygones be bygones’.

Some of his associates have also tweeted confirmation of his passing and hailed him as a courageous political commentator and patriot. Nwabia is popular amongst supporters of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party, which he used his Twitter handle (@MrStanleyNwabia) to champion online.

A native of Abia State, Nwabia was born in Lagos and lived there throughout his life. He was survived by his wife and four children.

Wetin man do – Burna Boy (Lyrics and Mp3 Download)

About wetin man go do lyrics.

Wetin man go do is a pidgin phrase that translates to “What will a man do”. The song describes the struggles of living in an African economy. This song detailing the struggle of making a livelihood in Lagos is cleverly followed by “Dangote”, which was named after Africa’s richest man.

Burna Boy

26, September 2019.

Download music audio.

Wetin Man Go Do – Burna Boy

Song lyrics

People wey dey Shayo
Those people dey here now
People wey dey jaiye oo
Those people dey here now na na
Them no dey call me tele oo
But them dey ca-call me now
Na empty belle oo
Na im make man dey feel somehow
I call my aza
Sey i be wan cashout
Sey make i put ten thousand
I put ten thousand
Everybody con cashout
Thank jehovah
Put am for my aza
Begin to find another ah ah
Waka waka no rest oo
Wetin man go do
Money go dey for madam to cook Ogbono
Wetin man go do
Your pikin sef e gass go school ooh
Wetin man go do
When money come e go hear
Wetin man go do uh uh
Wetin man go do uh uh
Wetin man go do
Wetin man go do ooo
Wetin man go do uh uh
Wetin man go do uh uh
Wetin man go do
Wetin man go do oo

God I dey serve e
No go let my blessings to pass me
Enemy no go laugh me
Make the money chill and relax me
If the money dey we go faji oo
I go be the life of the party oo
E go be like sey na magic
Call me jazzman abra cadabra oo
Waka waka no rest oo
Wetin man go do
Money go dey for madam to cook ogbono
Wetin man go do
Your pikin sef e gass go school ooh
Wetin man go do
When money come e go hear
Wetin man go do uh uh (ah ra ra ra ra)
Wetin man go do uh uh (ah ra ra ra ra)
Wetin man go do (oh ro ro ro ro)
Wetin man go do ooo
Wetin man go do ah ah ah (ah ra ra ra ra)
Wetin man go do uh uh (ah ra ra ra ra)
Wetin man go do (oh ro ro ro ro)
Wetin man go do
Man go fight for money (wetin man go do)
Man go fight for woman (wetin man go do)
Man go fight for business (wetin man go do)
Man go fight for nonsense (wetin man go do) uh uh
Body don dey tire
Body no be firewood (wetin man go do)
Body don dey tire
Body no be firewood (wetin man go do oo)
Wetin man go do oo do oo
Wetin man go do doo ooo
Wetin man go do oo do oo do oo do oo do oo doo
Wetin man go do

Who noticed, tacha’s boobs, she got some packages lining over it. (Check pic).

Check the pic below.