Category Archives: Discreet

Veteran Nollywood Actor, Ogun Majek, Is Dead

Veteran Nollywood actor, Gbolagade Akinpelu, popularly known as Ogun Majek, has passed away. Although the cause of death is yet to be made public, we gathered that the late actor was battling ill-health before his death and even appealed for financial support for heart surgery months ago. He is reported to have died Thursday morning at his Imalefalafia,…

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4.0 Magnitude Earth Tremor Hits Parts Of Ghana’s Capital Accra

Residents of the Greater Accra and Central Region of Ghana have been left bewildered after these environs experienced moderate earthquakes yesterday. The phenomenon which took place in the West African country at about 10:40 pm on Wednesday, June 24, 2020, occurred three times in the space of 10 minutes. Many residents reported on social media that they felt their houses shaking on Wednesday…

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Mo’Cheddah Reacts To D’banj’s Rape Accusation: “Shame On You”

Nigerian rapper, Modupe Olateru-Olagbegi, popularly known as Mo’Cheddah has waded into D’banj’s rape scandal, saying that he should be stripped of his endorsements and awards retracted. Recall that on Wednesday, D’banj’s rape accuser Ms. Seyitan Babatayo recounted her illegal detention by the Police and the people from the singer’s camp in a full press statement that was published…

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Ikorodu Bois Earn Invite To Extraction’s World Premiere After Viral Remake Of Trailer

The Russo Brothers, co-producers of American action-thriller film, Extraction, have invited Nigerian internet sensation, Ikorodu Bois to its world premiere after coming across a remake of the first trailer. Ikorodu Bois who are famous on social media for their creatively mimicking video productions re-enacted Extraction‘s trailer on Wednesday, racking up over four million views in under 24 hours on Twitter and…

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COVID-19: FG Urges Schools To Create Isolation Spaces Before Reopening

On Tuesday, June 23, the Federal Ministry of Education proposed that schools should have isolation spaces and have fully-equipped clinics before reopening. This was contained in the “Guidelines for schools and learning facilities reopening after COVID-19 pandemic closure”, submitted to the National Assembly. According to the guidelines, each school is “required to create temporary isolation spaces…

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ICYMI: Three Members Of Oyo ExCo Test Positive For Coronavirus

According to Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde, three members of the State’s Executive Council have tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Makinde announced this in a tweet on Wednesday, after the state government received confirmation tests for all members of the state exco. He also confirmed that three tests came back positive, while two…

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ICYMI: Federal Executive Council Approves N2.3trn COVID-19 Stimulus Plan

Amid Nigeria’s daily rise in COVID-19 cases, the Federal Executive Council has approved the N2.3trillion stimulus plan to support the nation’s economy in dealing with effects of the global pandemic. The sum was recommended by the Economic Sustainability Committee chaired by the Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo. This was disclosed on Wednesday by the Minister of…

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OB Cuisine: Diary Of A Kitchen Lover Shares Her Stirfry Vegetable Brown Rice Recipe

Food vlogger, Tolani of Diary of a Kitchen Lover shares her recipes on her YouTube channel on how to make stirfry Vegetable Brown Rice prepared with the finest vegetables and served with sweet corn. ⁣ She says, “This meal is 100% healthy, from the brown rice to all the veggies used to the chicken breast and the oil.” Watch and…

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COVID-19: Nigeria Records 9 More Deaths As Toll Exceed 22,000

On Wednesday night, Nigeria confirmed 649 new COVID-19 cases bringing the country’s toll of infections rose to 22, 020 The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) made this report known as part of its daily updates on Twitter. According to them, the number of deaths increased from 533 reported on Tuesday to 542. The cases were reported in 21 states of…

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