Wednesday, 9 October 2013

Chief Falae says I Surrender The Death Of My Son To The Will Of God

As condolences continued to pour in over the death of Ondo State Commissioner for Culture and Tourism, Deji Falae, his father, Chief Olu Falae, has declared that he has surrendered to the will of the Almighty God.

Falae said this on Tuesay while receiving leaders of Afenifere in his residence in Akure, the Ondo State capital.
Deji was among those who died in last Thursday’s crash of a plane bearing the corpse of former Ondo State Governor, Olusegun Agagu.
He said the family took solace in the fact that Deji lived a purposeful life and distinguished himself in all his endeavours.
He said, “The Holy Spirit has ministered to us and we have been comforted by different testimonies that followed the incident.”
He said that the late Deji had taken his appointment as a commissioner as a service to humanity, noting that what he (Deji) was earning in his former place of work was more than what he earned as a commissioner.

NET SPECIAL FEATURE: The most influential people in Nigeria’s entertainment industry

By Osagie Alonge, chief correspondent and Victor Enengedi, senior correspondent

From Left: Linda Ikeji, Don Jazzy, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, 2face Idibia and King Sunny Ade are five of the most influential men and women in Nigeria’s entertainment industry. Design: Olawale Obi
They are artistes, actors, thinkers, entrepreneurs, and captains of industry. Their ideas spark dialogue and dissent and sometimes even controversies; their works shape lives, habits and societies; their actions have led to some of the decisions that have stirred the industry in its current direction. These remarkable men and women, with lasting and laudable influence, do not necessarily make the most popular people in the industry, but their actions carry a lot of weight; with the hope of the future resting on their shoulders.
2face Idibia: From his artistry to passion for change, the Pop king of Africa has continued to use his music as a muse to influence all. Through his foundation, ‘2face Idibia Reach-Out Foundation

Check out the GOLD HTC One SmartPhone, Limited Edition Worth N705,235.20 | Photos

If you fancy paying the cost of a used car or a plot of land on a smartphone or your father is the KING OF MONEY the Gold HTC One may be just your thing.

The device, which is made with REAL 18 carat gold (the emphasis is HTC’s) is an ultra limited edition created to celebrate the 18th anniversary of the MOBO awards, dedicated to black music in the UK.

Only five units of the Gold HTC One have been manufactured, and one of them will be presented to the winner of the Best Newcomer category at the MOBO awards ceremony on October 19.

Provided you’d be able to secure a unit, the Gold HTC will drain your bank account at a whopping N705,235 ONLY (£2,750) ($4,416)., Don’t Feel Bad if you can’t pay such ridiculous amount though, just paint your Tecno Phantom A+ with a gold colour :D

Mariam Bakare: “Nollywood Is Filled With Prostitutes”

It’s obvious that actors and actresses have realize that they can’t survive financially just by acting.
Mariam Bakare has added another title to her cap as the publisher and the CEO of Central Star magazine.
Mariam Omolara Barake, the mother of three, in a recent interview, speaks on why she ventured into magazine production, her take on the Association of Nigerian Theatre Practitioners (ANTP) crisis and her fashion preferences.
Read excerpts below:

Actor, Pa Kasumu In Critical Condition At Teaching Hospital, Begs For N12m

Veteran Nollywood actor, Kayode Dosumu, well known as Pa Kasumu, is not in the best of health at the moment.
The actor is dejected and is fighting for survival at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), where he’s receiving treatment

It has been learnt that Pa Kasumu is being treated for heart related disease, which is affecting his sight and needs nothing less than N12million to undergo a full treatment to make him survive the battle with death.
We also gathered from a report that efforts are now being made to save him from dying.
The actor has been battling with re-occurring illness since 2009.
It would be recalled that in 2011, news went round that he reportedly suffered from stroke, but bounced back and was at the first edition of AfricaMagic Viewers Choice Awards held in Lagos in early 2013

My Husband Has To Be 10/12 Years Older Than Me - 2011 MBGN Sylvia Nduka Tweets

Some ladies love their men much older than them. And 2011 Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria shared on Twitter that she is one of dem ladies.

You think that age gap is too much or perfect
for married couples?
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