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Thursday, October 11, 2018

''Is there really any correlation between religion and the beach?''- Kunle Afolayan asks

Posting the photo above on his Instagram page, Kunle Afolayan wrote

Growing up, I really wasn’t too certain about religion. Sometimes, I do follow neighbours to Mosque (Ile Keny) especially during fasting period as there surely will be free food and that enabled me learn a few aaya verses in the Quran.

My mother at that time used to pray a lot in Jesus name but she wasn’t much of a church goer because they travel a lot touring my father’s films.
There were times when she handed us over to her friend who lived close by and happened to be attending Cherubim and seraphim church and I remembered vividly that my brother Sinca and I joined “Omo ogun Igbala “Salvation Army” at some point and followed a group to Bar beach to pray a few times.

Some of our neighbour in Alagomeji were attending Celestial church of Christ and there was a big Church of the lord Aladura on our street in Alagomeji/sabo. My closeness to the Kalesanwo family also allowed me some adventures to Ori Oke Tabora and a few times at the same Bar beach.

The traditional believers like the Olokun and Yemoja worshipers most times do their Spiritual cleansing at the Beach or sea side.

Is there any corollation with Beach thing?
I want to learn

''Hold Fayemi responsible for your salary arrears'' outgoing Governor Fayose tells Ekiti workers

The Governor of Ekiti State, Ayo Fayose, has asked workers to collect their outstanding four months salary arrears from the incoming governor, Dr. Kayode Fayemi when he assumes office on October 16th.

He said the monies he could have used to pay them as expected had been withheld by the Federal Government for Fayemi’s resumption.

“They paid other states Paris Refund, they didn’t pay Ekiti; Fayemi should help me pay the money. They didn’t pay N2.2bn Budget Support Fund; my promise is fulfilled but the money is in the hands of the federal government, they should help me to pay.” he said

Fayose spoke on Wednesday during the inauguration of a new school he built in his Afao-Ekiti home country as part of his legacies projects. The governor told the gathering that he did not borrow money from anywhere to fund any of the projects.

“With all these legacies projects, I didn’t borrow any dime. I do not owe any debt, if they say I’m owing; they should show evidence of transaction. Besides, no governor can borrow without the knowledge of the Ministry of Finance and the Debt Management Office.”

Fayose urged the incoming administration not to neglect the school or abandon any legacy project.

Bam Bam sets another iconic pace! By signing major deal with Nigeria’s first Wristwatch Brand Micserah

The Ex Big Brother Star “Bambam” is certain to be hitting the headlines again after her much talked about flamboyant flurry outfit at the 2018 AMVCA. This time she is writing her name on the sands of TIME! As she becomes Nigeria's first wristwatch brand ambassador.

Nigeria’s pioneer premium wristwatch brand Micserah has announced their new relationship with the fast rising actress as she sets to represent the brand globally.

Adekunle Adeniji, Micserah founder and CEO said: “We’re thrilled to welcome Reality TV star Bambam to the Micserah family; she is the perfect fit for the brand, as she has proved to being an iconic pacesetter in her field. The Bambam watch collection is an exciting moment as the brand rapidly grows and enters new markets across Africa”.

Celebrating Bambam’s new endorsement, the brand will release A 300 piece of limited edition watch collection “Bambam Luna” which is inspired by the Luna concept of the goddess of the moon, a leader and a bright light resonating with Bambam’s personality.

The watch is packed full of Bambam-specific details from strap color variants, case dials, faces and an iconic print of Bambam’s signature on the watch back making this the first of its kind.

For more information about the Bambam Luna Collection Kindly visit

Heartbreaking photos of a one-month-old baby and her mother serving prison sentence in Nigeria

Here are heartbreaking photos of a one-month-old baby and her mother who are currently held behind bars at a Nigerian prison.

The photos were shared by Evangelist Christian Chukwuka, the founder of Abounding Grace Foundation, who paid a visit recently to some women in a prison in the eastern part of the country.

The baby identified as Onyedika was reportedly thrown in jail along with the mother after her sentencing for a crime which wasn't revealed.

In his Facebook post, the evangelist asked, "are babies supposed to serve prison sentence with their mother or be kept in motherless babies’ home or with their relatives outside until mother is released".

The evangelist also revealed that there are over fifty babies who are under silent pain with their mothers in prison.
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