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Few Hours After Resuming Nollywood, Tonto Dikeh Cries Out Of Frustration, Says Lost Interest In Acting

</p> <p> Actress, Tonto Dikeh has cried out of frustration following her resumption to Nollywood. Recall that a few hours ago, Tonto announced that she would be gracing the TV screen in a new movie titled ‘Beggers Children’. According to the mother of one, she has lost interest in acting and it’s making it difficult for her to interpret her roles because of the long break she took. Taking to Instagram to pour out her mind, Tonto wrote; “I missed church because of Nollywood… Don’t understand how I let this…

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We made love till she died – 18-year-old woman dies on wedding night

Barely few hours after wedding, 18-year-old new bride reportedly died on her wedding night whilst having sex with her husband. The Sun reported that the lady who was consummating her marriage with her 29-year-old new husband, started to feel unwell and collapsed at their home in the city of Ibirite in Brazil on Thursday evening. The couple had gotten married during a ceremony at the husband’s farm earlier in the day. According to O Tempo, the husband dashed out to call his neighbour for help and ordered a taxi to…

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Confusion As Accountant General Makes U-Turn, Says Ibori’s Loot Not Yet Returned To Delta State

<br /> <!– Image gallery content for non-javascript devices –></p> <p class=”jb-image”><span class=”jb-caption”>Accountant General of the Federation, Ahmed Idris.</span></p> <p> Twenty-four hours after he said the loot of ex-Governor James Ibori has been returned to Delta State, Ahmed Idris, the Accountant General of the Federation (AGF), says the claim is not true. When he appeared before the House of Representatives ad-hoc committee investigating the status of all recovered loots, movable and immovable assets from 2002 to 2020, on Tuesday, Idris said the money had been returned to Delta. Accountant General…

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Banks Disconnect MTN From Banking Channels

Banks Disconnect MTN From Banking Channels In the early hours of today, commercial banks disconnected MTN customers from using banking channels including the Unstructured Supplementary Service Data and mobile banking apps. MTN customers complained on Friday about being unable to recharge their MTN lines using USSD and other banking channels like the bank apps. Customers were also unable to do banking transactions on MTN lines through USSD. According to a source in MTN, this was not the doing of the telco but the banks who had refused to give any…

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COVID-19 Kills 3 Nigerians in 24 Hours

Coronavirus Three persons died of coronavirus in just 24 hours, according to statistics released by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC). NCDC also revealed that 353 people who contracted the disease were released after being treated from various isolation centers across the country, bringing the total number of discharged cases to 145,752. The NCDC disclosed this on its official Twitter handle on Monday. The country has also tested 1,684,305 people since the first confirmed case of COVID-19 pandemic was announced on Feb.27, 2020. The public health agency said some of…

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Shock As Bride-to-be Dies 3 hours To Her Wedding In Katsina

It was gathered that Fatima died at 7:am on Saturday, January 2, 2021, three hours to her wedding slated at 10:am. In what would come as a shocking incident, a bride-to-be identified as Fatima Hassan Fari lost her life on her wedding day in Funtua Local Government Area of Katsina State. It was gathered that Fatima died at 7:am on Saturday, January 2, 2021, three hours to her wedding Fatiha slated at 10:am. She was buried at 2:pm same Saturday, according to Islamic rites. Meanwhile, friends and family members have…

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Coronavirus Kills Seven Nigerians In 24 Hours As Cases Continue to Rise

Coronavirus Seven Nigerians have died in 24 hours after contracting the deadly coronavirus. According to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) the country recorded 838 new cases of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) on Sunday. This brings the total cases in Nigeria to 84,414 and 1,254 fatalities since the pandemic began. As at Saturday, Nigeria recorded 1247 total deaths. However, the confirmation of seven deaths on Sunday has increased the rate to 1254. The health agency also confirmed the discharge of 539 patients from isolation centres across the country, bringing…

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