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Super Falcons Coach Loses Son, Months After Losing Her Dad

Just six months after the death of her dad, Super Falcons coach, Florence Omagbemi, is bereaved again.

Six months after the death of her dad, Super Falcons coach Florence Omagbemi has suffered the loss of her son who drowned. 238 more words

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COMEDY & THE CHURCH: Koliko aka Obligado

There is this pastor’s message going viral on social media about ” comedians coming on the holy alter playing jokes with the holy tinz of God &the danger of allowing comedians to crack jokes in Church (alter)…”. 525 more words

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Watch: AY Apologizes To Tboss And His Fans For Promoting Rape In His Dry Jokes

Following his controversial jokes during his comedy show in Warri and Lagos, the ‘comedian’ AY has gotten some backlash about the jokes he made regarding the sexual assault that happened between the former Big Brother Naija #BBNaija housemates; Kemen and Tboss while in the house. 299 more words

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Watch: Bisola Forgives Thin Tall Tony On Stage In Warri

During the recent #BBNaija show that just ended, there was a rife between two contestants, Bisola and ThinTallTony who were supposedly in a romantic relationship while in the Big Brother house.  60 more words

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Reuben Abati: Big Brother Naija- Television As Madness

Efe, the winner of Big Brother Naija!

What a relief! So, the Big Brother Naija reality television programme is finally over. It ended Sunday evening with 23-year old Efe Michael Ejemba, University of Jos graduate of Economics and singer winning the N25 million + SUV at stake, with 57.6% of the votes from over 24 million voters across Africa.  96 more words

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My Warri Chronicles 8. The Library

My favourite place in all of Warri was the local library. It was situated on Swamp road, at one end of the GRA. It was just a short stroll from my school to the library. 458 more words

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My Warri Chronicles 7. Trekking

Trekking in Warri was not necessarily an indication of poverty or non-ownership of a family car. At, least, not where I lived. It may seem strange to some people in this era but in the time in which I grew up, your family could own several cars, but you would walk to school, or the neighborhood shops and markets. 344 more words

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