Wizkid's new house

One of the wealthiest and talented singers in Nigeria owns many luxurious cars, expensive houses, and other precious things. However, Wizkid`s new house in Los Angeles has already generated plenty of rumors. Read the article to know the details.
Wizkid's new house
Wizkid's new house
On March 2016, Ayodeji Wizkid Balogun wrote on his Instagram that he had bought an astonishing house in Los Angeles. Wizkid`s friends also published own photos of Wizkid new house.
Wizkid new house
Wizkid's new house
Fans immediately started to ask their favorite question: How much is Wizkid new house?
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Wizkid's new house
Wizkid` new house
From 2016, Nigeria got a new celebrity homeowner in the United States. Wizkid bought a house in Los Angeles. This news immediately went viral. It is a three-story Victorian-style building with a swimming pool and a large infield area.
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Wizkid's new house
Unfortunately, Wizkid failed to announce the price, though paparazzi did their best to get to know at least average figures.
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Wizkid's new house
They even found a realtor who helped the Starboy to sign an agreement on favorable terms. However, he refused to talk about anything concerning his deal with Nigerian musician.

The only thing that paparazzi managed to reveal is that an average price in the area of Wizkid new house ranges from 10 to 15 million dollars.
Later, Wizkid deigned to share some photos of his new American castle.
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Wizkid's new house
Alongside with this, Wizkid already is a proprietor of the notorious house in Lekki, estimated at N70 million.
Wizkid house in Lekki
Wizkid's new house
Conclusion
Successful music career has already given Wizkid plenty of cars and two huge mansions. And if his house in Lekki continues being the subject of rumors, Wizkid`s new house in Los Angeles is clean. At least, until we learn the further details

Wizkid rocks gold hair like a G

Wizkid goes blonde and shares the photos of his new, wild hairstyle on social media
Wizkid
Musician Wizkid
Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun popularly known as Wizkid is a Nigeria artiste who began his music career at age 11. Starboy as he calls himself gained popularity in the wake of 2009 upon signing a record deal with r'n'b singer, Banky W.
In a recent post, the Starboy shared photos of his new hairstyle as he posed in camouflage shots. He dyed his hair blonde and the new look is making his fans wonder what inspired his new hairstyle.
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Do you like the new look?

Odunlade Adekola's first movie role in 2017 will scare you (photos)

Odunlade Adekola's first movie role in 2017 will scare you (photos)
Odunlade Adekola
Celebrated Nollywood actor Odunlade Adekola shared a new set of photos of him on his Instagram page and they look really scary.
These new look of Odunlade Adekola will scare you (photos)
Odunlade Adekola
Of course, these photos are from a movie set but hell, they can give one nightmares. Did Odunlade scrapped off his hair or is it makeup?
These new look of Odunlade Adekola will scare you (photos)
Odunlade Adekola on set
Odunlade is playing the role of Shambalah in the spiritual world in a yet to be released movie titled Agatha written and produced by Segun Ogungbe.
These new look of Odunlade Adekola will scare you (photos)
Odunlade Adekola, Segun Ogungbe and actress Eniola Ajao on set
Other casts in the movie are Fathia Balogun, Murphy Afolabi, Kemi Afolabi, Eniola Ajao and others.
Adekola is known to deliver on any movie role given to him. He holds a speciality in playing out the role of hardened criminals as he did in Mufu Olosa Oko, Alani Pomolekun and others.
These new look of Odunlade Adekola will scare you (photos)
Odunlade Adekola and Eniola Ajao on set
His biggest break through came in 2016 when he featured in two English speaking movies Taxi Driver and The Grudge where he acted alongside veteran actor Richard Mofe-Damijo.

Kemi Afolabi loses pregnancy after fight with thugs on movie set

Actress Kemi Afolabi has been hospitalized following her encounter with thugs while on a movie set in Ikorodu.
Kemi Afolabi loses her pregnancy after fight with thugs on movie set
Kemi Afolabi loses her pregnancy after fight with thugs on movie set
Kemi Afolabi has being hospitalized three days after being attacked by area boys at a movie location in Ikorodu, Lagos.
Afolabi reportedly lost her pregnancy after her encounter with the hoodlums who also attacked the movie director Azeez Ijaduade and fractured his legs for not giving them money.
Kemi Afolabi loses her pregnancy after fight with thugs on movie set
Actor Ibrahim Chattah with movie director Azeez Ijaduade who was attacked on set by hoodlums and left with a fractured leg
Others attacked were the cameraman and some of the crew members during the nasty encounter which happened in the afternoon of Sunday, March 13.
Afolabi who was expecting her second baby but lost it was admitted at a hospital on Victoria Island, Lagos. It was alleged that one of the hoodlums hit the actress in her stomach.
Watch as one of the hoodlums attacked pregnant actress Kemi Afolabi below:

The loss of the pregnancy is said to have devastated not only the actress but also her UK-based baby daddy Wale Adesipe.
Omoni Oboli in February had a similar encounter with touts who called themselves omo onile. They disrupted her movie set while shooting a movie demanding for money before she can shoot. She had since called on Lagos state governor Akinwunmi Ambode to come to the aid of movie practitioners on this.

Former bread seller Jumoke shows a little skin in new photos

Bread seller turned model stuns in new photos as she shows some skin in trendy crop tops
Jumoke
Former bread seller turned model Jumoke
Olajumoke Orisaguna is a woman with an inspiring success story. She used to be a bread hawker until she photobombed the shoot of a Nigerian-British rapper Tinnie Tempah.. She was noticed by popular photographer, TY Bello, and since then, she has been a fashionistabutter (photos, video)
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Former bread seller Jumoke posing in ripped jeans
The bread seller turned model posed in a red crop top, showing a little skin and looked super fabulous as she smiled sweetly.
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Former bread seller Jumoke posing in off shoulder fashion
Do you think Olajumoke can make goat meat pepper soup? Watch how to below:

Terry G shows off robust bank details (photos)

Apako master Terry G has shown to the world that the word recession is not in his dictionary.
Terry G shows off robust bank details (photos)
Terry G shows off robust bank details

The singer shared a credit alert of N500m which also showed an account balance of over N900m.
But his fans will not have any of that as they called out saying the alert is fake. The time and date of the alert is a future time. It is also noted that the singer is not the first person to share the same credit alert on social media.
Terry G shows off robust bank details (photos)

Meanwhile, Davido has informed the whole world that his father is indeed a rich man. The Aiye singer in his new single said his father had N30b in his account only to inform us later that indeed it is N90b in his father’s account. Aside that he informed his fans that his father just won a contract worth $4b.
But wait a minute, is Albert Oluwatoyin Terry G's real name?

Court sentences 4 men to death for stealing mobile phone

zA High Court in Ibadan, Oyo state has handed a bizarre court judgement when it sentenced four men accused of stealing a mobile phone to death.
Oyo state High Court, Iyaganju, has reportedly sentenced four men to death by hanging for stealing a phone valued at N10,000.
Punch reports that the judgement was handed to the convicted suspects by Justice Rayo Taiwo on Friday, March 17.
The four suspects accused of armed robbery are Alaba Akinola (30) Sarafa Babalola (25) Sola Kolawole (27) and Ibrahim Gbedeogun (28).
The four suspects accused of armed robbery are Alaba Akinola (30) Sarafa Babalola (25) Sola Kolawole (27) and Ibrahim Gbedeogun (28)
The four suspects accused of armed robbery are Alaba Akinola (30) Sarafa Babalola (25) Sola Kolawole (27) and Ibrahim Gbedeogun (28)
The state counsel, Mr I. O Mojoyinola, said the defendants committed the crime on July 19, 2011, at Ayekale, Ibadan at about midnight.
Mojoyinola said the defendants robbed their victim of a cell phone valued N10, 000 on Oct. 16, 2011, at Gangansi at about 4.30 a.m. with guns and cutlasses.
The offence contravened section 1 (2) of the Robbery and Firearms (Special Provision) Act, Cap.RII Vol.14 Laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 2004.
Another suspect who was accused of the murder one Asuma Garuba (30) who was accused of the murder of one Rasaki Ayomo on Sept. 12, 2012 was also sentenced to death.

Principal state counsel, Mr O. S. Tella had told the court that Garuba killed Ayomo when he was about to buy bean cake at about 8.30p.m. at Oke-Are, Ijaye Moniya, Ibadan.
“Garuba suddenly appeared and attacked Ayomo with a cutlass, leading to his death three days later at the hospital due to injuries sustained in the incident.’’
Meanwhile, a Nigerian man, Akintunde Vincent Abiodun has been sentence years in prison for internet scam of over N7.8 million.
Abiodun, who preferred to use the name: 'Christopher Williams', got the ruling from the Justice Oluwatoyin Ipaye of the Lagos state High Court, Ikeja.
The 37-year-old convict was arraigned on January 23, 2017 on an amended 12-count charge of stealing and forgery to the tune of N7, 806, 093.00.

Taxi driver returns forgotten laptop - instantly becomes nominated for "Good Citizen of the Year" award! (photo)

- A taxi driver in Tanzania found a forgotten laptop in the backseat of his vehicle
- After returning the laptop to its rightful owner he became something of a local star
- Many locals said that for his actions he should become the person of the year in Tanzania
31-year-old Jonathan  Goodluck Mzava a bajaja taxi driver in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, made an impression on one of his passenger who forgot their laptop in his vehicle.
Taxi driver returns forgotten laptop - instantly becomes nominee for "Good Citizen of the Year" award! (photo)
For his honorable actions the taxi driver is being nominated for "Good Citizen of the Year" Award
"After I dropped my passenger around 1pm, I got others… two of them were students at an international school in Masaki, then I got another one… and two more,” he recalls.  
Jonathan said: “On my way back to Shoppers Plaza, I noticed that there was a parcel on the passenger seat. One thing I knew for sure was that it wasn’t mine. I opened it and found a laptop.”
“If felt sorry for whoever might have left that because I knew the laptop could be containing valuable, and work documents. I also knew that he or she probably thought it was gone for good,” he adds.
Two days later he got a call from the owner of the laptop and after she could prove that the forgotten laptop belonged to her, Jonathan gladly returned the laptop to its rightful owner.
“I can’t thank him enough; I just pray for him to continue like this. I am honestly happy about his gesture of kindness. I did not expect that there are still people with such a big heart in this hectic city,” said the thankful citizen that preferred to remain anonymous.
The story of the forgotten laptop became a viral hit in Tanzania where many people said that Jonathan should get the person of the year award.

Nigeria, South Africa to set-up xenophobia-busting monitor

- Nigeria and South Afirca are joining hands to tackle xenophobia
- Both countries are planning to set-up a xenophobia-busting monitor
- This was a meeting agreed after a meeting of both countries foreign affairs ministers
Nigeria and South Africa would launch a jointly run "early warning" system to track and deter xenophobic attacks against Nigerian migrants.
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Nigeria's minister of foreign affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama and his South African counterpart, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane addressing the press after their deliberations
This was the resolution after a meeting between Nigeria's minister of foreign affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama and his South African counterpart, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane on Monday, March 13.
The meeting was to diffuse soaring tensions over a recent string of attacks on migrants living in South Africa which has elicited reactions in Nigeria.
"The early warning centre would allow us keep each other abreast of issues and help prevent violence," Nkoana-Mashabane said.

The new violence-busting forum will meet every three months and will be made up of representatives from both countries and include immigration officials, business associations and civil society groups.
Nkoana-Mashabane denied that the attacks on foreign nationals were targeted at Nigerians, adding that citizens of other countries were also affected.
On his part, Onyeama said he had received assurances that Nigerians in South Africa would be able to live in peace, even as he called for an end to the "mass attacks".


Meeting Foreign Minister MN Mashabane on xenophobic attacks and safety of Nigerians in South Africa. @DIRCO_ZA@MFA_Nigeria @AsoRock 
He added that groups in Nigeria calling for the retaliatory expulsion of South African residents and businesses "do not speak on behalf of government".
Last week, militant groups in the Niger Delta instructed have 18 South African companies and personnel to leave the region or risk attacks because of the xenophobic attacks in South Africa.
Similarly, business activities at MTN headquarters in Falomo, Lagos, on Friday, March 3, were disrupted over the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa by protesters under the aegis of the Human Rights Defenders and Advocacy Centre.
The Nigerian government last month called for the African Union to step in to stop xenophobic attacks on its citizens in South Africa.
Resonding to the crisis, President Jacob Zuma condemned the wave of xenophobic unrest and called for calm and restraint, saying that migrants should not be used as a scapegoat for the country's widespread crime problem.
There were several incidents last month of South African locals attacking migrants from Africa and elsewhere and their businesses in both the administrative capital Pretoria and the commercial capital Johannesburg.
According to the Nigerian Union in South Africa, there are about 800,000 Nigerians in the country, many of them living in Johannesburg.

Meanwhile, the National Association of Polytechnic Students (NAPS) on Friday, March 11 staged a peaceful protest in Ibadan against the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa.
The students in their hundreds went round the metropolis to demonstrate against what they called inhuman treatment of Nigerians and other Africans in South Africa.

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