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Saturday, December 9, 2017

Tiwa Savages Son Jamil Bursts Into Tears After Seeing Santa Claus

Nigerian music star and Mavin’s first lady, Tiwa Savage, dropped at Santa Claus’ place with her son Jamil just after he played a role in his school’s end of year drama.

Tiwa Savage

Jamil played a role as a little shepherd in the school’s play, and the proud mum took to social media to share photos. Here are some reactions below;

Chukwumereuche Andrew But frankly speaking father Christmas is quite scary,
Any child that look at its face and won’t be scared is capable of drinking Alomo bitters

David Sopuruchi Thats how they told us our father Christmas came from England that year and we believed we didn’t know the man was our gateman in school

Dimi Vibrant I remember I use to b a Santa Claus way back in school. Ppl started calling me father Christmas. U need to see d way i use to give out some precious items, Wen I finish secondary school some girls will come to me and beg for money thinking am still dat same father Christmas, i’ll just look at dem and b like “To slap u just dey hungry me”

Disabled Doesnt Mean Unable, I Am Blessed” – Beautiful Lady Drops A Heartfelt Inspiring Post As She Celebrates 17th Year Of Being Paralyzed

A beautiful lady and Instagram user, Alexis, dropped a heartfelt message as she marked her 17th year of being paralyzed after getting involved in a car accident.

According to Alexis, these 17 years have been life changing and she has learnt to face her adversity everyday with a smile on my face. Here’s her inspiring post;

“Today is special to me.. it’s an anniversary and rebirth all in one… Today makes 17 years since I was in a car accident that resulted in me being paralyzed. These years have been life changing but it’s not a bad change it’s more of a life altering and the evolution of me becoming the woman I am today. Of course I look confident and happy to you but I face adversity everyday and have learned to tackle every obstacle with a smile on my face. So when you see my smile know that means I’m fighting everyday, for myself and to show everyone that they too can do anything. #seventeenyears #disableddoesntmeanunable #blessed”

VIDEO: Sarz – Get Up ft. DJ Tunez & Flash

Ace producer – Sarz finally dishes out the visuals to his previously heard buzz single featuring DJ Tunez and budding act – Flash

Nigerian-born Boxer Who Fought For England, Faces Deportation For Illegal Immigration

29-year-old Bilal Fawaz, an elite level boxer who has fought for England six times is facing being deported to Nigeria.

Fawaz was detained at the Tinsley House Immigration Centre at Gatwick Airport in West Sussex on November 29. The boxer, who has competed for England six times and was the 2012 ABA light-middleweight champion, came to England when he was 14.

Brought to the UK illegally by an uncle, he was told his father would be arriving soon, but the man never turned up. Fawaz, who calls himself Kelvin, was treated ‘like a slave’ before he ran away from the home he was living in and was taken into care.

Now married to an English woman, the boxing prodigy went through a turbulent period involving drug gangs, getting shot once and stabbed a reported 25 times.

However, he turned his life around after taking up boxing in 2011 and has risen through the ranks to become one of Britain’s top amateur boxers — currently ranked the third best middleweight in England.

But the Home Office has rejected his application to remain in the UK and declared his marriage to a British citizen void. The boxing champ said he was now facing being deported to Nigeria, somewhere he has not been since he was sneaked out of the country by his uncle as a teenager.

He said: “I’m allowed to box for England but I’m not allowed to stay in England. I’ve spent over half of my life here — I went to school here, I lived here, I’ve boxed for England six times and never lost.

I am a national champion — in 2014 I even boxed for England against Nigeria, the country they want to deport me to.” The boxer says he is technically ‘stateless,’ as his parents were Lebanese immigrants to Nigeria, and they themselves didn’t have Nigerian citizenship. .

His mother is dead and he says he had “no idea” where his father is. He added: “I have no other family to go back to, I don’t know anyone in Nigeria or anything about it — all I know is here.”

Labour MP McDonnell and England Boxing have appealed to the authorities on the boxer’s behalf, but without success. Via: DailyMail

First Ever Successful Kidney Transplant In South East Takes Place At FMC Umuahia (Photos)

Yesterday, a record was broken, when the first ever successful kidney transplant in the South Eastern part of Nigeria took place at Federal Medical Center Umuahia.

Here’s what an excited Facebook user whose brother-in-law was part of the doctors wrote;

While we were talking about Jerusalem and Commissioner for Happiness,the first ever kidney transplantation in Southeast Nigeria was going on at FMC UMUAHIA Abia State.
Alas, the urine has flown, after 3 years of complete cessation. THIS IS HISTORY. I am really excited and proud my brother-in-law was part of it. Dr Chime Ichi kwala ochi taa?

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