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Afrobeats Superstar, Kizz Daniel, real name is Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe, is celebrating ten years in the music industry.

The hotshot artist dropped a cool N700 million on a sleek Rolls Royce Cullinan to spice up the celebration of his achievements in the entertainment biz.

In honour of this milestone, Kizz shared a photo on social media today, showcasing himself in a sharp black outfit that symbolizes his impressive ten-year musical journey.


After that, he shared an Instagram story expressing gratitude to God and proudly displayed the extravagant gift he had bestowed upon himself – the opulent Rolls Royce Cullinan.

He wrote: “Officially a decade on stage today …. Alhamdulillah. Decided to gift myself. Cheers to many more decades. Love to Vado Nation.


Recall that Kizz Daniel rose to stardom in 2013 with the hit song “Woju” while signed to G-Worldwide Entertainment. Following that came a remix with Tiwa Savage and Davido.

After his exit from his former label G-WorldWide, he went to float his own personal imprint FLYBOY I.N.C. which recently signed two new acts Demmie Vee and Philkeyz.

For the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, Kizz Daniel performed his hit single “Buga” at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, after he expressed his desire to perform at the football tournament.

Ekiti politician, Opeyemi Falegan has publicly professed his love for renowned Nigerian blogger Linda Ikeji.

The revelation came after Ikeji shared a captivating Instagram post showcasing her in an elegant black outfit that accentuated her long legs.

Falegan, who is also known for his previous relationship with Nollywood actress Opeyemi Falegan, didn’t shy away from expressing his admiration for Ikeji’s beauty and grace.

Nkechi Blessing ex-boyfriend causes buzz as he declares love for Linda Ikeji in bold Instagram Post
Opeyemi Felegan.

His social media post took a bold step as he playfully proposed marriage, urging Ikeji to “come to daddy.”


Linda Ikeji, known for her discretion and professionalism, has yet to respond to these unexpected and direct advances.

This public declaration of affection follows Opeyemi Falegan’s recent reflections on parent-child relationships, particularly in the context of caregiving and support.

Nkechi Blessing ex-boyfriend causes buzz as he declares love for Linda Ikeji in bold Instagram Post
Linda Ikeji.

Notably, he brought attention to the relationship between Mohbad, the popular artist, and his father.


Opeyemi highlighted the stark contrast between Mohbad’s successful and affluent lifestyle and the apparent challenges faced by his father.

Despite Mohbad’s financial success and acclaim, his father’s current condition raises questions about the level of support provided.

This observation led Opeyemi to ponder whether a parent’s dedication and sacrifice always guarantee care or gratitude from their children in later years.

The reflections by Opeyemi Falegan were based on public reactions to Mohbad’s father’s condition, which seemed to contradict the artist’s earlier songs where he praised his father’s contributions to his life.

In Mohbad’s music, he had spoken highly of his father’s sacrifices, including saving money for his education and overall upbringing.

The Redeemed Christian Church of God campground, Mowe on Thursday banned the habit of dressing indecently as the church leadership said it will mete out sanctions on any resident caught dressing indecently.

This was contained in a memo from the office of the Special Assistant to the General Overseer, Oladele Balogun on Thursday.

Balogun, who disclosed that the action was necessary to maintain the ‘Holy City’ status of the Redemption City, noted that such sanctions will not be limited to children caught in the act alone but it will also be extended to parents and guardians of such children.

The memo read, “We wish to formally inform all residents of Redemption City that, in our commitment to preserving the city’s sanctity and upholding its esteemed ‘Holy City’ status, the mission authority is implementing stricter measures against indecent dressing throughout the city.

“Henceforth, the mission authority has directed that any individual apprehended for dressing indecently will face significant sanctions, and the same punishment will also be extended to the parent or legal guardian.

“We, therefore, strongly urge all parents/guardians to instil proper Christian and dressing ethics in their wards to prevent unnecessary embarrassment, as the security operatives and Kingsford Security have been instructed to enforce the above directives with immediate effect.

“The security operatives and Kingsford Security are hereby further directed not to allow anyone who dresses indecently to enter the Redemption City forthwith. Thank you for your continued cooperation and support.”

The Federal Government on Thursday freed 150 inmates from the Maximum Security Custodial Centre Janguza in Kano State.

The Minister of Interior, Dr Olubunmi Tunji-Ojo, made this known in Kano while releasing the inmates.

Tunji-Ojo, represented by the Assistant Director in the Ministry of Interior, Dr Anayo Romanus-Nzekwe, said the release of 150 inmates out of the 4,068 nationwide was part of President Bola Tinubu’s mantra of renewed hope.

He said, “The Federal Government wants to decongest Custodial Centres and make them humane for proper reformation and rehabilitation of offenders to take place.

“The released inmates were sentenced to various terms of imprisonment with the option of fine and compensation and cannot afford to pay their fines and are languishing in custody.

“The sum of N13.4 million was spent in Kano state out of N585 million raised by philanthropic individuals, groups and corporate bodies, as part of their corporate social responsibility, for this purpose nationwide.’’

He further explained that all inmates in Custodial Centres who have fines and compensation not exceeding N1 million were qualified and would benefit from this gesture.

“We have given the inmates requisite training aimed at impacting their lives functionally and equipping them with the knowledge for their self-reliance upon discharge.’’

They were given N10,000 each to enable them return to their various homes and villages.

He commended the Controller-General of Corrections and staff of the Nigerian Correctional Service for providing the needed platform and mechanisms towards the safe and humane custody of inmates.

Tunji-Ojo called on the public, communities to receive the returning citizens (inmates) with open arms and refrain from stigmatising them as it could drive them back to committing offence, which would further endanger the society.

He implore the inmates to see the initiative as a second chance to make things right again.

“Stay off crime and criminality and join hands with our father, President Bola Tinubu, to make Nigeria a great nation.

“Abide by the instructions and training you have received while in custody and be good ambassadors in your communities” Tunji-Ojo said

In his remark, the Controller General of Corrections, Mr Halliru Nababa, commended the Minister of Interior for securing the release of 150 inmates sentenced with options of fine by various courts in Kano State.

The CG represented by the Controller of Corrections, Kano State Command, Suleiman Inuwa, said the “fine paid and compensation” has already made a significant impact on the lives of numerous inmates across the country.

He urged the inmates not to return to crime and criminality and to make judicious use of the transport fare given to them to start a small business that would help them earn a living.

One of the released inmates, who spoke on behalf of others, thanked the Federal Government for the gesture and pledged to be of good conduct.

Minister of Education, Prof. Tahir Mamman, yesterday told the House of Representatives Committee on University Education that education was facing a lot of challenges in the country, saying people excelling in their academic pursuits were doing so on personal attributes and not because of the system.

Mamman,who said the challenges included learning crisis, out-of-school children, insecurity, unemployability of graduates who lacked the required skills, lamented that the nation’s polytechnics, which were meant to provide needed skills, lacked basic equipment.

This came as the House committee invited the heads of National University Commission,NUC, Council of Legal Education,Law School, Board of Benchers and the Vice Chancellor of the National Open University of Nigeria,NOUN, for a meeting over the abolition of NOUN’s law programme.

The Vice Chancellor of NOUN, Prof. Olufemi Peters and some aggrieved final-year law students had appeared before the committee, headed by Abubakar Fulata, APC Jigawa, over the law crisis in NOUN.

Recall that NOUN Senate had terminated the the law programme, saying the action was based on the directive of the Council of Legal Education.

Speaking during the meeting, committee chairman, Fulata, appealed to the minister of education and heads of other relevant agencies to work towards eliminating issues impeding the standard of education in the country.

According to him, insecurity, inadequate funding, and infrastructural facilities, among others, can be tackled with the commitment and cooperation of stakeholders, including NASS.

Fulata said this was possible through evolving new but effective methods, while also enforcing the existing ones. This, according to him, involved re-strategising, in addition to providing adequate appropriation for the maintenance of infrastructure.

The lawmaker assured that he would successfully bring improvement to both the nation’s basic and tertiary education sub-sectors.

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Actress Tonto Dikeh has taken to IG to tackle Mr. Joseph Aloba, the father of deceased singer, Ilerioluwa Aloba aka Mohbad. In an open letter shared on her IG page, Tonto asked the bereaved dad how is it that material things or wealth seems to outweigh the love for his own own child. She took him up over the ‘’hurried and undignified burial'' Mohbad had 24 hours after his passing. She wondered why Mohbad's dad has consistently demanded for a DNA during all his interviews when he is yet to ask for one from Wunmi, Mohbad's wife.


Her post reads  




Mohbad, from the depth of my heart, I extend a profound apology. You deserve so much more, and it pains me to witness your struggles, with steadfast support coming from compassionate souls like “THE CONCERNED CITIZENS.”

It’s a promise we will keep fighting regardless of names called & heart broken.


Papa Mohbad, I can empathize with the harsh realities of poor condition, but when it involves your own flesh and blood, your son, it’s truly heartbreaking. How is it that material things or wealth seems to outweigh the love for your own child?


The hurried and undignified burial of our dear Mohbad within a mere 24 hours of his supposed passing, compounded by insufficient arrangements due to financial constraints after getting a whooping sum of 2million Naria,is deeply distressing considering his status.

Need I remind you of the shameless, senseless and inhumane way mob’s neck was broken?


The decision to exhume your son’s remains stemmed from a collective outcry of Nigerian youth– which is a testament to our shared concern, While we acknowledged that Mohbad is indeed your son, please note, he was a married man, and the responsibility should extend to his wife regardless of any circumstances.


In your quest for global assistance and DNA verification, it’s crucial to address the right of that woman personally, the one who holds the answers.

By the way I totally agree with a DNA, but why are you asking Nigerians for a DNA and not Wunmi?


Your immersion in social media, driven by trivialities and fleeting fame, is disheartening. I find solace in the knowledge that you are not a part of my family, sparing us the pain of witnessing your disregard for your son’s memory.


It’s bewildering that your discontent only surfaced upon witnessing contributions to your grandson in custody of his mother “Your late son’s wife”, BUT YOU NOW CHARGE 10k/15K to be interviewed

Papa Mohbad, how does one fail their own flesh and blood not once, but twice?


My heart aches for the pain you are causing and the deep wounds left unhealed.


But I’ll leave you with this words, DO RIGHT BY YOUR SON.''

How is it that material things or wealth seems to outweigh the love for your own child?- Tonto Dikeh takes on Mohbad

A 70-year-old Ugandan woman has given birth to twins after becoming pregnant through IVF treatment.

Safina Namukwaya became the oldest woman to give birth in Africa after she delivered a baby girl and boy on Wednesday afternoon, November 29, the Women's Hospital International and Fertility Centre in the Ugandan capital of Kampala said.

Medics at the hospital said the mother and her two babies are doing well after they were delivered via a caesarean.

Ugandan woman becomes the oldest person to give birth in Africa after welcoming twins at 70

'This story isn't just about medical success; it's about the strength and resilience of the human spirit,' the hospital said.

Ms Namukwaya told the NTV channel that this was her second delivery in three years, after she gave birth to a girl called Sarah in 2020.

The mother said she had suffered some complications and difficulties during her pregnancy, including the father of her children leaving her.

'Men don't like to hear that you are going to have more than one child,' Ms Namukwaya says. 'Even after I was admitted, my man never showed up.'

Ms Namukwaya said in the past she had suffered miscarriages, lost her husband in the 1990s, and faced stigma within her community for not having any children.

'One time, a very young boy heckled at me saying I had been cursed by my mother to die without a child,' she said.

Ms Namukwaya had revealed after the birth of her first child that she had been judged for not giving birth after 40 years of trying.

'Many people judged and abused me for being barren but, I decided to leave everything to the Almighty God who has finally answered my prayers,' she said shortly after the birth of her first daughter in 2020.

In 2019, Erramatti Mangayamma, from India, gave birth to twins through IVF at the age of 74, becoming the world's oldest mother.

Mangayamma, of Andhra Pradesh state, gave birth to two healthy baby girls with her husband of 57 years, Sitarama Rajarao at her side.

Ugandan woman becomes the oldest person to give birth in Africa after welcoming twins at 70

Anayo Makata, from Igboeze North Local Government Area of Enugu State, Thursday, revealed his ordeal in the hands of kidnappers at Ogwugwu, a border community between Enugu and Kogi states.

Makata, 27, said he was abducted alongside six other passengers from an Abuja-bound Siena bus, which took off from Enugu.

He said they were held for four days and were given no food. According to him, “They were giving us dirty water from some shallow streams that cow dungs were often found in. At a time, we thought we would all die. They charged us N1m each. When nobody could pay, except one woman whose people came and settled hers two days after our capture, no other person could pay.

“We became afraid when they relocated us to the inner bushes, and told us that on the fifth day, we would be killed, and our organs sold. I understand Fulani to some extent. One of them called someone to come on the fifth day. I knew it was to kill us. They told us that they would show us the corpses of those whose organs were harvested. One of us cried, and they almost killed him.

“At a time, my brother, who I contacted, begged them to collect N500, 000. They agreed, and all of us reached out to our relatives. We regained our freedom on Wednesday night. I believe many missing people have been killed in such circumstances. I saw some abandoned shoes and shirts in the bush. The owners might have been killed.”

On the identities of their kidnappers, Makata said, “They are Fulani, but they never allowed us to look at their faces. They are slim generally. In the day time, we laid face down all through. If anyone wanted to ease oneself, the person was escorted by one of them. The way they handle their guns makes me believe that they are well trained gunmen.”

He expressed disapppointment that they could not be rescued by the Nigeria Police.

He said, “My brother told me that while they were borrowing money to settle the ransom, one of my relatives reported the matter to the police. But they could not rescue us. Police told my relative to be careful in negotiating the ransom so that we could regain our freedom without much delay.”

Anambra State Aids Control Agency (ANSACA) has disclosed that no fewer than 98,960 people are living with HIV/AIDS in the state.

The State Commissioner for Health, Dr Afam Ben Obidike, gave the statistics on Thursday in Awka during a media briefing ahead of 2023 World AIDS Day observed every December 1 since 1988.

Tribune Online gathered that World AIDS Day is commemorated globally to raise awareness about HIV and AIDS, and honor the lives affected by the epidemic.

This year’s commemoration had the global theme ‘Let Communities Lead” and was domesticated in Nigeria as ‘Communities’ Leadership to end AIDS by 2030′.

Obidike said: “With the national prevalence of 1.4 per cent, our state’s HIV prevalence is ranked 5th highest in the country and the highest in the South East.

“It is estimated that 98,960 residents are living with HIV out of which 58 per cent know their status and 44,808 are currently on treatment.

“The state is making the needed progress towards attainment of the Global 95-95-95 targets of which we are at 65:81:93.

“And worthy of note is the gradual decline in new infections which is at 46 per cent between 2021 and 2023 and AIDS related death which is at 32 per cent between 2021 and 2023.

“We are scaling up Prevention of Mother-to-child Transmission services to ensure no woman transmits this infection to her baby. The good news is that with the advent of Anti Retro-viral Therapy (ART), HIV is no longer a death sentence,” he said.

The Commissioner said the state was also scaling up access to HIV self-testing to tackle stigma and discrimination.

Also speaking, Dr Afam Anaeme, Director Public Health, described HIV/AIDS as one of the diseases of public health importance.

Anaeme said the disease is transmitted from person to person through body fluids during sexual activities, mother to child during pregnancy, labour and delivery, breast feeding, blood transfusion and risky sexual behaviours.

He said there was a need for community involvement in planning, implementation and monitoring of HIV programmes as well as access to relevant prevention, treatment and care services.

“Communities are people living with, at risk of, or affected by HIV and they need to lead the frontline of progress in the HIV response.

“With the participation of everyone, we can reduce the prevalence of HIV/AIDS in Anambra, ” he said.

In his remarks, Executive Director of ANSACA, Mr Johnbosco Ementa, urged residents to take advantage of the free testing centres across the state to know their status.

He said that the state government increased the number of HIV treatment sites from 104 to 1,182, with the collaboration of implementing partners.

“We also deployed mobile testing units, home-based testing, and community outreaches, to significantly improve HIV testing coverage and accessibility.

“We appreciate our partners – Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative, AIDS Health-care Foundation, UNAIDS, CHAI and Global Fund for their support,” he noted.

Nigerian hip-hop, R&B, and afrobeat music artist, Eedris Abdulkareem, has released a music album purposely to encourage Kano State governor, Kabir Abba Yusuf, in his quest to reclaim his mandate after being sacked by the election petition tribunal and the Court of Appeal.

In the music released by Abdulkareem, through Bullion Records, a subsidiary of Bullion Go-Neat Global Limited owned by Ambassador Olufemi Ajadi Oguntoyinbo, he called on Yusuf to seek the intervention of God in the matter pending before the court.

The lyrics in the music include:

“Kanawan Dabo, stand up and seek Allah’s intervention. Kanawan Dabo, don’t allow them to cheat you.

“Kano is not Lagos. Whatever your intention, we are above you.”

Abdulkareem urged the people of Kano to support Yusuf to build their children’s future.

He assured them that only Abba could uplift their lives and that they should rally around him.

“In the year 2019, they stole your mandate. This year, 2023, there is no going back. Don’t allow them; they are deceivers,” Abdulkareem charged Abba Yusuf.

Also, chieftains of the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP), Ambassador Olufemi Ajadi Oguntoyinbo and South-West Public Relations of the party, Kilamuwaye Badmus, have thrown their weight behind the Kano State Governor.

Recall that the Court of Appeal sitting in Abuja last week upheld the judgement of the Tribunal, which nullified Yusuf’s governorship mandate.

Yusuf and the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) have approached the Supreme Court for a review of the certified true copy of the Appeal Court judgement, which in actual fact upheld Yusuf’s election while calling on the apex court to nullify what they described as a verbal judgement by the appellate court.

Ajadi, who recently paid a solidarity visit to Abba Yusuf in Kano, said the wish of millions of people in Kano will stand at the end of the day, maintaining that his claim of four plus four (4 + 4) is certain for Abba Yusuf of the NNPP in Kano state.

Ajadi, who contested the governorship of Ogun State on the platform of the NNPP in the 2023 election, said Yusuf will be affirmed as the Kano State Governor by the Supreme Court.

He called on the good people of Kano State to remain calm and avoid provocation from the opposition, who are enjoying a temporary victory.

“I see it as a temporary setback, as the judgement cannot stand the test of time.

“The Supreme Court will give us judgement. It will rubbish the judgement of the Court of Appeal.

Badmus also assured the people of Kano State that Yusuf is going to complete his tenure, as he said the Supreme Court will upturn the judgement of the Court of Appeal.

He warned the All Progressives Congress (APC) not to destroy democracy by putting the judiciary under pressure.

Badmus warned President Bola Ahmed Tinubu not to turn Nigeria to Lagos State, where he dominated all aspects of governance.