Sunday, 11 August 2013

WizKid And Davido battle for supremacy! As African Entertainment Awards Release The 2013 Nominees List


The official Nominees List for the 2013 African Entertainment Awards ps out!
The awards show is the premiere African Entertainment Awards event in Canada, celebrating and honouring the African cultural arts and entertainment. The event brings out the best in African entertainment, with international celebrities, entertainers, dignitaries, live performances and an awards ceremony.
Watch the Featured Video here:

Nominees List
International Best Male Artist:

Kenya’s Pendo Releases Photo To Backup Her Claim That She Slept With Davido

Over the weekend controversial Kenyan socialite Pendo Staicey somehow hustled her way into Nigeria’s Music Star Davido’s hotel room.

Despite her confession, there were still some doubting Thomases and as such popular Kenyan Blog Ghafla recounted the events of last weekend chronologically till the point when Pendo and Davido purportedly hit it off.

Up until this morning, there are still guys who still have a shadow of doubt of the two’s encounter.

So, “in the spirit” of saving the best for the last, Pendo was smart enough to ensure the paparazzi was there when she was closest to Davido.
As such, she has just unleashed a photo of herself hanging out with Davido to silence her critics and captioned, “sina time ya ku argue na vicheche”. Take a look;

However, there were guys who still didn’t believe and alleged that the photo has been ‘photoshopped’. Her response?

“ask the person who tuk [sic] it f [sic] he dd oh not..courtesy of eyecon photography if u can read!!”

What do you think? Photoshop or real?

Actress Benita Nzeribe: “I’m Not Looking For A Rich Man Again, I Can Marry Anybody”

ACTRESS Benita Nzeribe

In this era where most women are looking for a wealthy man to settle down with and end their financial problems, rather that men that would make them happy and spend quality time with; we have one actress who doesn’t fall in that category.

Some of you might argue that the actress is just saying this because of her age, but one of the single Nollywood actress in her 30s, Benita Nzeriba has confessed that she is no longer interested in a rich man, saying she can marry any man that comes her way, even a poor man.
 When the veteran actress was asked why she is yet to get married, Benita replied:
“If I have to say the truth, marriage is not all about money or the little things of life. We should marry for real love. That is why I see myself as being able to marry whoever I am in love with, no matter his status in life.
“That is to say, even if the guy is a wheelbarrow pusher, I would marry him so long as my heart is with him.”
It is common knowledge that ladies in their early 20s still have time and hence make all the yanga in the world for any man that comes along and the few who are quite well to do think any man who comes their way as coming after their money…… But, once ladies begin to the 31 mark, it becomes a different story………..

Nollywood actress Lola Alao remarries in the US

Lola Alao and new hubby, Wale Ajibola showing off their marriage certificate, photo: Stelladimokokorkus

Nollywood actress Lola Alao and new hubby, Wale Ajibola show off their marriage certificate, photo: Stelladimokokorkus
Popular Yoruba actress, Lola Alao has again taken a second shot at marriage oppotunity.
Sources told Nigerian Entertainment Today the actress recently exchanged vows with her new hubby, Wale Ajibola in Atlanta, US.
Ajibola, a US-based IT expert and Alao met in the US and had dated for almost a year, before heading to the altar, according to insiders who spoke with NET.
Alao’s first marriage to Dare Ogunlana which produced a daughter – now 10 – crashed in 2008 following accusations and counter-accusations of infidelity and fetish acts.

back in the days Nollywood classic photos stars,Uche J


Famous actress Uche Jombo Rodriquez might have pissed off a few Nollywood stars by this action but it’s a moment to savor.

Jombo shared the above photo of some of the most famous Nollywood stars on the set of a movie back in 2003.

Look at the photo and see if you can name at least 5 big Nollywood names.

DEPORTATION OF IGBOS: "Fashola Should Apologise Or We Will Ambush APC In 2015"

  National Organising Secretary, Ohanaeze Youth Wing, Okechukwu Isiguzoro, speaks on the deportation of Igbos by the Lagos State Government in a recent interview.

Ohanaeze Ndigbo is yet to react officially to the deportation of some Igbos to Anambra State by the Lagos State Government. Could it be that the group is still in shock over the matter, or it has suddenly become feeble?
No, we have not become feeble. In fact, the Ohanaeze Youth Council condemns the action of the All Progressives Congress-led government of Lagos State. The Igbo people have made Lagos State their second home after Igbo land. It is very shameful that the APC-led government of the state has started to discriminate Nigerians in their own nation.
It is an affront to the Igbo nation, and that is to say that the APC-led government of Lagos State cannot accommodate Igbos in Nigeria. We call on the APC government in that state, led by Governor Babatunde Fashola, to apologise to Igbo nation in the next 28 days, or we would ambush them in 2015 with Igbo votes against APC.
But Governor Fashola said he wrote to Governor Peter Obi of Anambra State, yet there was no reply.
What is the rationale behind dumping people you claim to be destitute in the middle of the night, instead of taking them to Government House, Awka? We have yet to discover the truth of the whole matter. If Fashola claimed he wrote to Governor Peter Obi, we would like him to publish the letter in the next 14 days as that would enable us to know the truth.
Those who were deported are claimed to be destitute, and since they had nothing to do in Lagos, don’t you think deporting them was the best option, instead of having them constitute nuisance in the state?
My answer to that is that people he claimed that are destitute all have families in Lagos State. So, why can’t Fashola create jobs to accommodate those he claimed are not doing anything in Lagos. We are calling on Fashola to compensate the people he dumped in the middle of the night, or we will make sure that the APC would not win a councillorship seat in the South-East zone come 2015.
 Some other Igbos have speculated that Fashola could have written Governor Obi, who could be playing politics to ensure that his party – All Progressive Grand Alliance – wins the forthcoming  governorship election in Anambra State. What do you think?
The APGA, as an Igbo party, has won Anambra State election two consecutive times, so I don’t think it is politics. It is rather an affront against the Igbo nation. Fashola can redeem himself by apologising to the Igbo nation within 28 days, or APC will face the consequences.
Why attack Governor Fashola? Have you forgotten that your group – the Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Council – kept mum when Governor Theodore Orji of Abia State retrenched non-Abia indigenes, mostly Igbos, from the civil service?
Well, Governor Theodore Orji never sacked the non-indigenes from Abia State, but rather he wrote to his brother-governors in the South-East zones on the need to redeploy non-indigenes in the state civil service in 2011. Many of those who were affected have been absorbed in their various states.
In the last two years, the Igbos have been slaughtered in the northern part of the country due to the Boko Haram insurgency, yet no drastic reaction from your group as that against Governor Fashola. Why is this so?
We have always been making comments as regards the killings of Igbos and youths in the northern part of the country. We would have had reprisals in the South-East, but for the intervention of some Igbo elders, especially the Secretary General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Dr. Joe Nwogu; and Governor Theodore Orji of Abia State who have begged us on several occasions to remain calm in the face of hostility. Our brother, the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Azubuike Ihejirika, has also been doing so.
Ihejirika has been on top of the situation as far as the Boko Haram insurgency is concerned. We have remained calm so that peace will remain in Nigeria, but we are calling on President Goodluck Jonathan to compensate families of the victims.
 With the recent happenings against the Igbo in the last two years, and President Goodluck Jonathan’s seeming inability to protect the Igbos’ interest, will youths of Ohanaeze Ndigbo still support him in 2015?
For now, our supporting Jonathan in 2015 is still very dicey. If we must endorse him, then he must speak with Igbo youth leaders within 28 days to discuss the promises he made to the Igbo nation. These promises include the ones he has achieved and the ones he has not achieved in the South-East geo-political zone. Out of the 13 Igbo youths who signed a communiqué of his endorsement in 2011, and worked assiduously for his victory, three have died and 10 are still alive.
The three were not empowered before their death and that made us to have a meeting last weekend in Enugu, as regards Jonathan’s 2015. We met to make it clear that Jonathan must sit with us, or he should forget 2015. We are calling on his wife, whose mother is of Igbo descent, to intervene to ensure that we sit with her husband or herself. And we have appointed at the meeting, Governor Theodore Orji, to act as a link between the Igbo youths and the president.

Mercy Johnson Enjoys Her New Pool While Purity Watches

Purity watches mummy from the pool
side swim. Isn't that cute?
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