Yvonne Nelson: Actress finally spotted with baby daddy

This is the first time that Yvonne Nelson is seen with her baby daddy. Finally, Yvonne Nelson and her baby daddy have been spotted together.A new photo of the two has emerged online and this the first time Yvonne Nelson has been seen with her baby daddy. Nelson’s baby daddy Jamie Roberts is a British photographer and there are unconfirmed reports that he is married to a Nigerian woman. ALSO READ: Yvonne Nelson’s baby daddy revealedGhanaian site, Ghana Celebrities reported on November 1, 2017, that Yvonne Nelson’s invisible baby father is allegedly someone’s husband.There is a published alleged screen shot conversation with a Nigerian woman who claims to be his wife on the site. According to the site, his wife’s name is Keela Harrison. There is also a photo of what looks like the wedding between Jamie and Keela Harrison in London. It would be recalled that Yvonne confirmed in her interview with WOW Magazine that, Jamie has kids with another woman.

Atiku Abubakar: APC is a dying party – Ex-VP says

The ex-VP said this in a statement which he released to newsmen on Friday, November 24, 2017. Atiku Abubakar, a former Vice-President of Nigeria, has described the All Progressives Congress (APC) as a dying party.The ex-VP also said that the ruling party has failed the youths of Nigeria.He said “How can we have a federal cabinet without even one single youth.“A party that does not take the youth into account is a dying party. The future belongs to young people.”The former VP said this in a statement which he released to newsmen on Friday, November 24, 2017.Atiku, in his letter, also declared that he is leaving the ruling APC.The ex-VP also accused the APC of clamping down on all forms of democracy within the party and the government.Atiku also said that the APC has failed Nigerians, adding that the party is making the same mistake PDP made.

Shettima calls for proactive measures to check food insecurity in North-East

Borno State governor, Kashim Shettima
Gov. Kashim Shettima of Borno has called for proactive measures to mitigate the effects of food insecurity caused by Boko Haram insurgency in the North-East.
Shettima made the call while fielding questions from newsmen at the inauguration of farm inputs distribution organised by Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) on Thursday in Maiduguri.
He said such measures were imperative to control the situation during the anticipated lean season between June and July.
He added that ” when we recorded food insecurity challenge in the past, we complained to President Muhammad Buhari. And to be sincere, the president responded positively toward addressing the food and humanitarian crisis in the region.
“The president ordered the release of food from the strategic reserve, and with support of the United Nations and donor agencies, we are able to control the situation.

Koffi, MC Abbey, others set for showdown with Elder O

Ace-comedian, Elder O is gearing up for the second edition of  his annual comedy show tagged, “Comic Relief with Elder O and Friends,” which is billed to hold this Sunday, at Fountain Multi-Purpose Hall,  located in Surulere, Lagos.
•Elder OSpeaking on the show, Elder O said “Comedy lovers should expect quality, original and decent jokes. Spontaneity will also be on display too and we are going to show them that comic relief has come to stay. We are parading an array of seasoned rib-crackers.
They include Koffi, Owengee, Igos, Mc Shakara, Elenu, Senator, Funnybone, Mc Abbey, Josh2funny, Mc Shaggi, Mr Patrick, Edo Charles and Destalker among a host of others. Special guest appearances will be by Okey Bakassi, Charles Inojie and Lolo1 of Wazobia FM.
 
 
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Atiku Abubakar: Ex-VP dumps APC, says ruling party is dying

Ex-vice president, Atiku Abubakar said the APC has failed Nigerians. Former vice president, Atiku Abubakar has dumped the All Progressives Congress (APC).In a statement personally signed by him on Friday, November 24, 2017, Atiku accused the APC of “instituting a regime of a draconian clampdown on all forms of democracy” within the party and the government it produced.Atiku decried APC’s neglect of the youths by the Muhammadu Buhari-led government.The former vice president said APC is a ‘dying.’The statement reads in full:”On the 19th of December, 2013, I received members of the All Progressives Congress at my house in Abuja. They had come to appeal to me to join their party after my party, the Peoples Democratic Party, had become factionalized as a result of the special convention of August 31, 2013.

Tech: 10 things in tech you need to know today (AAPL, AMZN, FB, GOOG,...

Lyft raised $500 million, Foxconn will stop using illegal intern labour, and Amazon factory workers are going on strike. 1. Lyft raised another $500 million (£376 million) in funding. The Uber rival is now valued at $11.5 billion (£8.6 billion).
2. Apple supplier Foxconn said it will stop using illegal intern labour to assemble the iPhone X. The Financial Times found that around 3,000 interns had been working illegal overtime at Foxconn.
3. Employees at Amazon’s main distribution centre in Italy are going on strike today for Black Friday. Workers at six Amazon warehouses in Germany are also striking.
4. Samsung’s next flagship smartphone may make an early appearance in January. The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ may make their first appearance as early as January at Las Vegas’ Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
5. Facebook is testing a “streaks” feature in Messenger that’s similar to Snapchat. It encourages users to keep their streak going when they send messages to their friends.
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Atiku Abubakar: Ex-VP dumps APC

Ex-vice president, Atiku Abubakar said the APC has failed Nigerians. Former vice president, Atiku Abubakar has dumped the All Progressives Congress (APC).In a statement personally signed by him on Friday, November 24, 2017, Atiku accused the APC of “instituting a regime of a draconian clampdown on all forms of democracy” within the party and the government it produced.Atiku decried APC’s neglect of the youths by the Muhammadu Buhari-led government.The statement reads in full:”On the 19th of December, 2013, I received members of the All Progressives Congress at my house in Abuja. They had come to appeal to me to join their party after my party, the Peoples Democratic Party, had become factionalized as a result of the special convention of August 31, 2013. “The fractionalization of the Peoples Democratic Party on August 31, 2013 had left me in a situation where I was, with several other loyal party members, in limbo, not knowing which of the parallel executives of the party was the legitimate leadership.

Music: Davido – ‘Like dat’

After the release of the buzzing ‘FIA’, DMW boss Davido is back with a new record. Davido returns with a new single ‘Like dat’.After the release of the buzzing ‘FIA’, DMW boss Davido is back with a new record. This song is titled ‘Like dat’, and it is intended to give him extra boost as he wraps up what has been a great year for him.Listen to ‘Like dat’ on Apple Music/iTunes.

Global LinkUP; Tencent is the newest member of the $500 billion club

Your favourite aggregation of global technology news has been on a break following the just concluded Techpoint Tours, but we are back. This week there are lots of big names and monies flying around, read on for more gist. Welcome to the ‘half-a-trillion-dollar’ club Chinese investment company Tencent has surpassed the $500 billion (HK$3.99) valuation […]
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R U S S I A 2 0 1 8: Eagles can...

Super Eagles defender, Elderson Echiejile has said that the team will be ready to face whichever group opponents, the FIFA World Cup Draw scheduled for December 1 will throw up.
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The Super Eagles qualified for the World Cup with a game to spare and have even demonstrated that they could compete with the world top ten teams by beating Argentina 4-2 in a friendly in Russia. As fans await the Draw, there are fears the Eagles might get tough group competitors, who could limit their chances of advancing to the next round.
“We are not afraid of anyone, any team. We just want to keep our preparation in top form, play quality friendly games and we will be ready for anyone in our group,” Echiejile said on Brila FM.
“This could be our time, right now we have things going well with the team, so we are not afraid of anyone,” Echiejile said.
He added that the win against Argentina was a big boost for the team’s confidence.

Music: Maleek Berry – ‘Pon my mind’

Here’s new music from Maleek Berry. Listen to this. With Maleek Berry set to go on his First Daze of Winter European tour, the talented UK-based singer and producer unleashes the first single off his forthcoming #FDOW mixtape titled ‘Pon My Mind“.

Biafra: Respect your old age – Group tells Lai Mohammed

The minister had earlier said that the just concluded Anambra governorship poll shows that the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) is dead. The Biafra Nations Youth League (BNYL) has warned the minister of information and culture, Lai Mohammed to stop making negative comments about Biafra.The minister had earlier said that the just concluded Anambra governorship poll shows that the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) is dead.According to Daily Post, the group said that Mohammed’s comment might lead to unrest in the nation.They also said the minister should respect his old age and focus his attention on Boko Haram.The BNYL Leader, Princewill Obuka said “That old man does not know how determined the Biafrans are. He saw what happened during military raid.“Such resistance should have told them that Biafrans, if armed, would really consume Nigeria like Kanu was saying.“He should respect his old age and turn attention to Boko Haram and Shiites.

Lai Mohammed: PDP can never come back to power – Minister says

The minister also said that Nigerians are happy with Buhari’s administration and will never give their votes to PDP. The Minister of information and culture, Lai Mohammed has said that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) will never come back to power.The minister also said that Nigerians are happy with Buhari’s administration and will never give their votes to PDP.This is coming after former President Goodluck Jonathan said that he will not sleep well until PDP regains power in 2019.Speaking to newsmen in Jigawa state, during the National Council on Tourism, Culture and National Orientation, Mohammed said that Buhari has delivered on most of his campaign promises.According to the minister, “Buhari’s administration has succeeded in ensuring the security of Nigerians’ lives and properties, boosting the economy, enhancing agricultural sector among several issues,” Vanguard reports.

Omotola, Lancelot Imasuen, Ali Nuhu for honour at BON awards 2017

By Benjamin Njoku
Leading actress Omotola Jalade-Ekehinde, Ali Nuhu and popular film maker, Lancelot Oduwa Imasuen are the recipients of the Best of Nollywood Awards 2017 Special Recognition award, the organizers have announced.
*OmotolaThe event holds on Saturday, December 16, at the Cultural Centre, Abeokuta, Ogun State. The chief host is the state governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun.
Speaking on the choice of the awardees, Seun Oloketuyi, executive producer, BON Awards, said “We are glad to announce Omotola Jalade Ekehinde, Ali Nuhu and Lancelot Oduwa-Imasuen as recipients of this year’s Special Recognition Awards. You would concur that they deserve it for their achievements and contributions to the industry.”
Continuing, Oloketuyi said “in the last decade, no actor from the northern part of the country has broken barriers and crossed over to the mainstream Nollywood like Ali Nuhu. Apart from that, he has inspired an entire generation of Northern youths to see a career in Nollywood.

Mugabe: Why ‘coup’ that ousted former Zimbabwean President was successful

What were the most important factors responsible for Mugabe’s forced exit? On Friday, November 24, 2017, former Zimbabwean Vice President, Emmerson Mnangagwa, will be sworn in as the nation’s new leader after former President, Robert Mugabe, resigned from the position he’s occupied for the past 37 years.The inauguration ceremony is a culmination of what has been a whirlwind 11 days in the history of Zimbabwe that started when military vehicles rolled into the outskirts of Harare on November 14.  In what the Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, General Constantine Chiwenga, insisted in a televised address was not a coup, Mugabe and his family were confined to his Blue House compound after the takeover.This signalled the beginning of the end of one of Africa’s longest-serving leaders who was definitely not ready to see it all end.Despite an initial defiance against calls for him to step down, Mugabe finally resigned on Tuesday, November 21, while lawmakers were meeting to discuss impeachment proceedings against him.