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Tuesday, December 19, 2017

3-year-old Nigerian Girl Slays In Makeup For Her Birthday Photoshoot

A Nigerian makeup artist glammed up her daughter for her 3rd birthday photoshoot.

She took to Instagram to share photos and wrote;

“That attitude!!! Its officially my baby’s birthday Talia is 3 years old 2day & her best friend is a Makeup artist . All products used on her face are baby friendly so dont crucify me & it was under her mum’s supervision. She’s my best friend am sure people that have been to my studio met her already & they have seen how much we love each other happy birthday my smart baby. I love u so much.”

see some reactions below;
Amaka Chukwunyere Wen u use d word slay, it sounds like she is a corrupt child. Rather use d word pose instead of slay.
Its just a photoshoot even though she is too young to put on make-up, but the pics are beautiful.

Onyinyechi Enwerem Blame the mother and not the innocent child Her mum is the slay Queen here not the child ….
Parent train up a child in the way she should grow so that when she grows she won’t depart from it

Ogechukwukamma Ezeike We don enter another trouble cos this will trend from now on. I don’t even fancy it. Let the kids be kids.
U live all ur life as an adult but u outgrow being a child. So why the rush dear mum?

Photos: Legendary Footballer Thierry Henry Hangs Out With Bank W And Basketmouth In Lagos

Banky W was pictured with Thierry Henry at the Guinness made of black programme in Lagos!

The Arsenal Legend is in Nigeria for the #BeAFrontRowFan programme of the Stout company!

– Also

Nigerian ace comedian, Basketmouth, was pictured with Arsenal Legend who just arrived Nigeria yesterday, Thierry Henry, in Lagos for the Guinness Nigeria’s made of Black programme.

He captioned;

See as we be like brothers and sisters.

Photos: Nigerian Man Buys A Car For Physically Challenged Man, Idowu, Who Single Handledly Trained Himself Through School, Promises Him A Driver

The Majority Leader of the House of Representatives, Mr. Femi Gbajabiamila, on Monday, brought smiles to the face of a physically challenged lawyer, Mr. Kamarudeen Idowu, presenting him with a car and promising him a driver.

Gbajabiamila, presenting the Toyota Corolla to the lawyer in Lagos, said he would pay for the driver for one year.

Idowu lost his legs to polio at the age of three.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Idowu used to beg for alms in different parts of Lagos to fend for himself and pay for his university education.

He was called to the Bar in 2016 after completing his Law degree from the University of Lagos and the Nigerian Law School, Abuja campus. He had earlier bagged a degree in Political Science.

The House Leader, moved by the feat, had, on December 5, facilitated a session of the House to honour the lawyer and Miss Aarinola Olaiya, who broke the Medicine Department’s academic records at the Obafemi Awolowo University.

Gbajabiamila, presenting the car, commended Idowu for his determination and doggedness, saying his feat was a lesson in doggedness.

He said he was not only moved by the lawyer’s story but was also inspired.

The lawmaker said he got to know about Idowu’s story through a Lagos-based magistrate he met in Abuja.

He said he got the lawyer’s contacts through the magistrate and invited him to his office and then to the House for recognition.

The lawmaker said the decision to present him with a car was because Idowu displayed rare courage and the vehicle would facilitate his movement to court.

“Apart from this car, I will get him a driver to take him wherever he wants to go. And I will pay his driver’s salary for a year,” he said.

Gbajabiamila advocated the giving of a quota of employment in the federal civil service to the physically challenged.

He said reserving a percentage of jobs in the civil service for them would encourage them to strive for excellence.

The lawmaker noted that people living with disabilities were at a disadvantage as employers did not always consider them for jobs because of their challenges.

He said he would soon sponsor a bill that would seek to make government reserve a percentage of jobs for the physically challenged.

“Right now, I am about to sponsor a bill that seeks the allocation of jobs to those of them who are qualified and willing to work but they cannot get employment because they are discriminated against.

“So, the whole essence of the bill is to create opportunities for them,” he said.

Idowu thanked Gbajabiamila for the car gift.

Photos: Parents Desperately Cry Out For Help As Their 2year Old Daughter Might Slowly Suffocate And Die By Her Massively Growing Tongue Before Christmas

A brave two-year-old girl who is being slowly suffocated by her enormous tongue faces a life or death battle over Christmas.

Little Zhyrille Cruz, who suffers from a rare tumour, is likely to die if she does not undergo surgery to treat her condition.

The toddler was born with a noticeably swollen mouth.

And shortly after, she diagnosed with lymphangioma- an uncommon disease which causes benign growths in the lymph vessels.

Her poverty-stricken parents claim doctors initially told them their daughter’s condition would not develop into anything dangerous.

But they watched in despair as the lymphangioma slowly worsened, leaving Zhyrille with a massive tongue and struggling to breathe.

The toddler’s mum Mary Cruz, 22, took her to the local government ‘sweepstakes office’, the equivalent of National Lottery funding in the UK.

There, the little girl, who is believed to be from the Philippines, received funding for doctors to fit a tube into her neck for her to breathe.

Zhyrille is now receiving free oral chemotherapy medicine at home in a desperate bid to reduce the size of her benign tumour.

If the tumour is reduced, doctors will put her forward for surgery which her mum and dad, Gerry Cruz, 28, will have to try to fund themselves.

Heartbreakingly, the condition could be treated relatively easily with an operation in Britain.

But without surgery, it is likely that Zhyrille will become one of the rare cases where lymphangioma ends up being fatal.

She and her family now face an agonising wait over the Christmas period.

But despite the situation, the adorable toddler came across like any other little girl when she was photographed at her home last Thursday.

Lymphangioma is a rare disease of the lymphatic system which causes legions ranging in size from microscopic to large.

It is mostly found in young children, mainly around the neck.

In Zhyrille’s case, lymphangioma started while she was in the womb. It was allegedly missed by doctors at her birth, but was diagnosed shortly after.

The youngster’s parents live with family and earn around $150 (about £112) a month through Gerry’s wage as a contractor.

They were unable to afford any proper treatment for their daughter.

Started while she was in the womb

However, she finally began receiving some medical attention earlier this year from a local charity which, along with the government, helped to fund the tube for her breathing.

The family also collected three months’ worth of chemotherapy medication in October and are awaiting tests in January to see if it has been effective.

After this, doctors will decide whether Zhyrille can have surgery.

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