Toke Makinwa, Nigerian radio personality, television host,vlogger and now an author has said that her ex infected her with an STI severally.Read More
Toke Makinwa popular Media personality in her just released book titled ‘On becoming’ talked about so many things that happen in life which we may not be able to comprehend, so many ups and downs, heartbreaks, pains and many more negatives, but in the end, the ability to overcome these things is what makes one a winner.Read More
Actor and model, Michael Okon, popularly called Nollywood heart-throb, dismissed reports of his alleged marriage.Read More
After a week of screening over 150 movies and documentaries, including workshops and industry sessions, the sixth African International Film Festival (AFRIFF) came to an end with a star-studded Globe Award which held at the Eko Convention Center, Eko Hotel and Suits, Victoria Island, Lagos.Read More
Toyin Aimakhu’s ex, Seun Egbegbe who was reported to have stolen nine iPhones at a shop at Computer Village in Ikeja, Lagos State has debunked the story saying he was never arrested for stealing.Read More
The story trading is that Toyin Aimakhu’s ex, Seun Egbegbe was allegedly caught stealing iPhones in Lagos.Read More
Rap superstar Kanye West was hospitalized on Monday with a “medical emergency” after canceling his tour, two days after a rambling onstage tirade against fellow artists Jay Z and Beyonce.Read More
A cross-dressing social media star dubbed “Africa’s male Barbie” has shot to fame in Nigeria, sparking a charged debate in a conservative country where alternative lifestyles remain frowned upon.Read More
Federal Government has distanced itself from the controversy trailing the Motion Pictures Council of Nigeria, saying that it has no hidden agenda to stifle the industry.
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, made the confession on Monday, when he received the report of the Review Committee of the Motion Picture Council of Nigeria (MOPICON), in Abuja.
A Trip to Jamaica, a movie by popular stand-up comedian, Ayo Makun, popularly called AY, has beaten the box office revenues of all the big budget Hollywood and Nollywood titles released in 2016 here in Nigeria.Read More
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed has said that “a pirated product is as poisonous as an adulterated drug” and urged stakeholders to take necessary steps to stem piracy.Read More
One of Nigeria’s renowned comedians, “Seyi Law’’, has declared that he will run for the post of the president in the upcoming 2019 Presidential Election.Read More
Sahara Group’s ‘Grooming Film Extrapreneurs’ competition has produced 20 finalists following rigorous screening of over 150 docu-film entries by celebrated Nigerian movie producer and director, Kunle Afolayan.Read More
Mark Angel Comedy featuring six-year-old Emmanuella Samuel, Nigeria’s Channels Television and IbakaTV/Nollywood have emerged winners at the inaugural Sub-Saharan African (SSA) YouTube Awards, an official said on Sunday.Read More
Her real name is Nnenna Nwabueze–Okonta but she is fondly called Merit, following the visible role she played in that pioneering Igbo movie, ‘Living in Bondage’.
This beautiful mother of six children disappeared from the screen immediately after the film was released into the market in 1992. She was married off, and her heartthrob, Chief Okonta, who died few days to their 22nd wedding anniversary, on March 15, 2016, wouldn’t want to lose her to another man. Hence, she disappeared from the screen to solidify her marriage, and, after 20 years of building her marriage, the husband allowed her to stage a comeback to her first love- acting, in 2014.Read More