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Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Beyonce flaunts her backside in stylish black lace top and skimpy mini skirt (Photos)

Pop Queen, Beyonce has posted a series of new stylish photos on social media.

The 37-year-old mother of three took to Instagram on Tuesday to share photos of herself posing in a sexy black lace blouse and thigh-skimming, unzipped mini skirt with silver belt buckle which she matched with her black handbag.

Beyonce who is currently enjoying a break from work, after her joint tour with her husband Jay-Z last year also rocked a pair of retro-inspired sunglasses and a pair of perspex heels.

In one of the photos, Beyonce flaunted her backside and hot legs.

See full photos below.

If anyone should try what was done to Jussie Smollett with me, we would die there- Bobrisky warns as he replies follower asking if he is gay

Bobrisky has warned that if anyone should try what was done to Empire star, Jossie Smollett by homophobes yesterday January 29th, with him, he and his attackers will die at the scene of the attack. He said this after a fan asked him if he was gay for showing solidarity to Jussie. See his exchange below...

New UN report says, 'fear of Boko Haram attack sees 30,000 flee town of Rann and across the border to Cameroon'

A new UN report on Tuesday says more than 30,000 people have fled the northeast Nigerian town of Rann and across the border to Cameroon in recent days because of fears of renewed Boko Haram attack.

The latest mass movement comes as the world body voiced renewed concern about the effect of the bloody conflict on civilians and launched a longer-term plan to help those made homeless by the fighting.

Rann, in northern Borno state, near the border with Cameroon, has been repeatedly attacked by Boko Haram, most recently on January 14, when the jihadists targeted a military base. UN refugee agency spokesman Babar Baloch told reporters in Geneva that recent fighting in Borno had forced more than 80,000 people to flee their homes.

"Nigerian refugees continue to arrive in very remote and impoverished communities in neighbouring countries. All the population seems to be panicking and they are on the run as a preemptive measure to save their lives" he added.

Humanitarian organisations working in Rann said the attack earlier this month forced some 9,000 people to flee into Cameroon. But they were sent back, as Cameroon deployed troops to reinforce the town as part of the regional military response against the Islamist militants.

"It was a bit peaceful but as far as we understand now, that multinational taskforce has left," said Baloch, adding that refugees had told aid workers Boko Haram "promised to return". Walid Abdallahi, who was among those who fled, said there was now "not a single resident in Rann" and that Boko Haram had been "in control" of the town since Monday.

"We all left the town as soon as the Cameroonian soldiers withdrew because we knew we were vulnerable to Boko Haram who would no doubt launch an attack," he told AFP.

Abadallahi said the remaining Nigerian soldiers also withdrew "because their number was too small to face Boko Haram when they attacked". His account was supported by an aid worker who left Rann after the January 14 attack but remains in contact with those in the area, and a civilian militia source.

"There were over 35,000 IDPs (internally displaced people) in Rann and all of them have fled to Cameroon," the aid worker added. The civilian militia source said Cameroonian soldiers withdrew on Sunday and Nigerian troops were now based in Ngala, nearly 40 kilometres (25 miles) away. "The terrorists set fire to most houses in the town and have taken strategic positions in anticipation of military operations to push them out," he added.

11-year-old breadwinner, his younger siblings, and mentally unstable mum spotted sleeping outside in Festac

A homeless family-of-five was spotted passing the night in the open in Festac and a concerned Facebook user took their photo and shared online.

According to reports, the mother of the family is mentally unstable. Her oldest child is the breadwinner. He makes money by begging and dancing in bars. His younger brother, a 9-year-old, sometimes joins him in begging to bring home money.

The family have no home and they sleep outside on the cemented floor behind the blocks of 202 road E close, Festac Lagos.

Sharing the story to Facebook, King Alfred Luminorse Falope wrote:

Am NOT going to spare the pics tonight but I'll say there is a family of five sleeping on the cement floor behind the blocks at 202rd E close..the peculiar thing about this family is the oldest kid is just 11 with 3 other sibling and a demented mum..the oldest boy seems to be the breadwinner cos he goes around with the 9 year old brother begging for food and dancing at public beer parlours..its very bad..please the GOVERNOR To be Sanwo-olu or Jimi Agbaje.. Lagos state house of assembly flag bearer Honourable Dipo Damola Olorunrinu should see me tag Local Government chairman ..the councillor of ward K .. Child services.. And every true Nigerian who has a heart should please help.AMONGST THEM IS A TODDLER LESS THAN 2YEARS.if u can't please help tag the necessary people u know can help and share.. MAY GOD NEVER LET OUR CHILDREN GO THRU SUCH.. AS I POST NOW ITS 10:15PM AND THEY CLAIM THIS LITTLE FOOD I COULD AFFORD WAS THEIR BREAKFAST

Sun Award: Lady Chukwudozie Eulogies Husband

Non controversy: Behind every successfully man is indeed a dutiful, intelligent, loyal, beautiful, loving and hardworking woman. Lady Ada Chukwudozie, the amiable wife of industrialist, Sir (Dr.) Daniel Chukwudozie, Chairman of the Dozzy Group, fits the above bill. At the recent 16th annual Sun newspaper Award, the Okija, Anambra state born business mogul was conferred with the Sun’s Manufacturer of the year (2018) Award. On hand to receive the Award on behalf of her husband was Lady Ada Chukwudozie.

Shortly after receiving the Award from Bayelsa state governor, Honourable Seriake Henry Dickson, Lady Chukwudozie who was accompanied to the stage by beehive of delectable wives of other industrialists, including Lady Ngozi Bishop Okonkwo, wife of Ekulo Group boss, Emma Bishop Okonkwo; Mrs Julie Anyaegbu, wife of Chisco Group Boss,Chief Peter Chinedu, Chairman,Chi Pet Oil, Igwe Chris Onyekwuluje, Big Chi Ngonadi, Oby Chinemelum, Rosemary Uneanya, a group of Ladies of Honor aka(House of Nlecha) , among other female well-wishers, spoke glowingly about her husband.

A Chemical Engineer and a Publisher, Lady Ada Chukwudozie played a vital role in the growth and expansion of the Dozzy Group. She is not only a Director in the Dozzy conglomerate, she brings her professional background as a Chemical Engineer to bear in the petro-Chemical and allied manufacturing subsidiary of the Group.

Essentially, Sir Daniel Chukwudozie had a humble beginning, starting off in 1982.Gradually he nurtured and expanded his one-man trade and later transformed it into a limited liability company under the name, Dozzy Nigeria Limited. The quest for success in business took him to Hong Kong, China, Japan and many other Asian countries where he imported general goods. A shrewd businessman, Chukwudozie later diversified, leading to Dozzy becoming a conglomerate with Subsidiaries-Specialty Oil Company Nigeria Limited, Dozzy Plastic Industries Limited, Dozzy Oil and Gas Limited, Guttroff Gas Limited.

The Dozzy Group is also into Lubricant, Oxygen and industrial gas production, industrial automotive, household as well as high precision plastic products, wigs/artificial hair attachment production among others. The Dozzy conglomerate also has interest in Real Estate, Logistics and hospitality.

The Oil and Gas sector of the Group came on stream in 1994 with the incorporation of Dozzy Oil and Gas. The sector has grown to become the Group’s flagship. Dozzy Oil and Gas operation is anchored on four areas: Blending, distribution, industrial Gas and Liquefied Petroleum Gas. Dozzy Oil and Gas depots are well entrenched in Nigeria’s three strategic, main port cities of Lagos, Port Harcourt and Calabar. Dozzy Oil and Gas is determined to meet Nigeria’s energy needs and this why the company’s combined capacity of oil storage will be 200,000 metric tons when fully installed.

Chukwudozie enthuses about his company’s success story: “It takes a serious patriotic group in the present circumstances to build a petroleum product storage depot that is capable of handling 120 million liters of assorted petroleum products at once. We are happy the facility which we built in Calabar has helped to address the attendant high prices of petroleum products in most of the South South, South east and parts of Northern Nigeria” .

Dozzy Oil and Gas’ sister company, Specialty Oil, is into blending of base oil into different brands. With a state of the art and fully installed blending plant at Onitsha, Anambra state, the company has the capacity to blend 48 million litres of oil on continuous shift production roster.

Chukwudozie exudes patriotic fervor. Having tasted poverty and deprivation, the Dozzy Group boss goes about doing good-putting smiles on the faces of his fellow country men and women through philanthropist gestures and job creation. For example, he has over 300 skilled and unskilled combined workforces on his payroll in Dozzy Oil and Gas. The combined total workforce of the conglomerate stands at about 2,000.

Friends and well-wishers who accompanied Lady Ada Chukwudozie to receive the Sun Newspaper Award on behalf of her beloved husband were unanimous that the honour was a fitting recognition for a patriot and philanthropist who serve God, his fatherland and humanity without trumpeting it.

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