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Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Photos from Super Eagles defender, Kenneth Omeruo's star studded white wedding in Turkey

Last night, Nigerian Super Eagles defender, Kenneth Omeruo held the final leg of his wedding in Turkey.

Omeruo and his wife, Chioma Nnamani who held their traditional wedding on December 30th in Enugu state brought the biggest names in football and entertainment to Turkey for their white wedding.

Some of the stars who attended include Iyanya, Praiz and several others.

Journalist, Azuka Oguijuuba celebrates MediaRoomHub magazine’s one year anniversary in Lagos (Photos)

On Sunday 6th of May, online publication, Media Room Hub celebrated their one year anniversary with Cointreau at The Backyard, Lagos.

The event themed “The Art of The Mix” which represents the versatility of Cointreau cocktails kicked off with a panel session on “Corporate reputation in the era of social media”.

The panellists included Patricia Obozuwa (Director of Communications and Public Affairs, GE Africa), Tosin Adefeko (Founder & Manging Partner, AT3 Resources), Ogochukwu Ekeie-Ekaidem (Head of Corporate Affairs &Corporate Communications, Union Bank), Chizor Malize (CEO, Brandzone) & Nkiru Olumide-Ojo (Executive Head of Marketing, Stanbic IBTC Bank). The very insightful panel was moderated by Toyosi Etim-Effiong.

Guests at the event included corporate and business executives, celebrities and infleuncers: Mo Abudu, Derin Agbaje, Osayi Alile, Lanre Da-Silva Ajayi, Elohor Aisien, Omotola Monalisa Chinda Coker, Olisa Adibua, Kate Henshaw, Yvonne Nwosu, Praiz, Julius Agwu and many more.

The event was hosted by Sir Efex, with a special performance by Tiwa Savage, guests mingled and enjoyed Cointreau-fizz cocktails as well as Cointreau infused deserts. Guests were full of praises for the publisher of Media Room Hub, Azuka Oguijiuba, for her the growth of her publication.

Follow the conversation on social media! #TheArtOfTheMix #CointreauXMediaRoomHub

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We’re still recovering trillions stolen by people without conscience'' President Buhari says

President Buhari says his administration is still recovering trillions of naira stolen by people without conscience in the country. The President said this at the commissioning of the headquarters of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, in Abuja yesterday May 15th.

“Throughout my journey in national service and since 2015, I have made a very conscious decision to pursue a vigorous fight against corruption in public life. Since 2015, we have made significant progress in the fight against corruption. Everyone now knows that corrupt officials will be held to account, no matter how long it takes. We have recovered and are still recovering trillions of naira that were stolen in the past few years by people without conscience. We are pursuing recoveries everywhere and are making sure that anyone who has been found culpable is made to answer for his or her crime under the law.

“It is my hope and expectation that the judiciary, which is a critical stakeholder and partner in the war against corruption, would continue to collaborate with the Executive to bring corrupt people to book. Permit me to also seize this opportunity to call on the Legislature which provides the legal framework for the anti-corruption war to add more verve to the determination of government to rid our nation of the brazen corruption witnessed in recent years, through reviewing archaic provisions in our laws and proactive passage of new legislation,” he said.

Speaking further, President Buhari said “Corruption not only kills governments but destroys societies. It is the major reason why we are struggling with basic developmental issues that other comparable nations have long overcome. War of corruption is not an easy one to fight, because it affects so many different branches of our lives, so much that some people do not even consider breaking trust is anymore a crime. It has become the norm. That is why we must fight this attitude and encourage Nigerians to change their attitudes and perspectives. The goal of this Administration is to ensure the protection of public trust, and the anti-corruption war is at its centre. We never intended, and we are not engaged in witch-hunts, but we are determined within the laws to call people to account. It is for this reason that we appeal to Nigerians to support regulatory agencies like Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, because fighting corruption is everyone’s concern. I call on the Judiciary and the National Assembly to join hands in this national effort''.

I am not afraid to condemn the attacks on christians and churches'' Vice President Yemi Osinbajo

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has reacted to comments made by some Nigerians that he is afraid to speak up against the killings of Christians in some parts of the country. Nigerians have accused him of being silent in the wake of many attacks in Benue and other parts of the country.

Reacting to the comments, Osinbajo who paid a visit to Benue state yesterday May 15th, said he has condemned the attacks at both the National Security Council and the Federal Executive Council.

''I am not afraid to take the firm views I have against the killings of Christians or worshippers, be it in the National Security Council or Federal Executive Council, I have affirmed those views. I am not afraid. But this govt is committed to ensuring the security of our people'' the Vice President said

Sam Smith locks lips with beau Brandon Flynn as they pack on the PDA in Spain (Photos)

Sam Smith and his beau Brandon Flynn, who are currently in Spain for his ongoing musical tour packed on the PDA as they stepped out together in Barcelona on Monday.

The 'Too Good At Goodbyes' singer, 25, and his 24-year-old actor beau locked lips as they leaned against the Graffiti wall in an alleyway.

The inseparable pair who were first pictured kissing each other in New York City in October last year were later spotted holding hands as they crossed the road.

See more photos below.

Photo: Man dies few hours after being sworn-in as deputy vice chairman of a local government in Oyo

The newly sworn-in Vice Chairman of Irepo Local Council Development Area, Adeyemo Ojelade, and one of his political associates, Adediwura, died in a motor accident few hours after his swearing in on Monday May 14th.

The politicians were returning from Ibadan, the state capital, where they attended the swearing-in ceremony of the newly elected chairmen of the 33 Local Government Areas and 35 Local Council Development Areas of the state. The accident occurred at Adefila Village, along Ogbomoso – Igbeti Road in the Oke-Ogun area of the state.

According to reports, the accident occurred after one of the tyres of the Honda car in which the politicians were traveling in, burst on motion causing the car to summersault several times in the process.

The remains of the deceased have been deposited in the morgue awaiting their families arrangement for their burial.
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