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Olakunle Churchill in triple celebration

One of the most celebrated businessman in the Nigeria’s space, Dr Olakunle Oladunni Churchill, the Chief Executive officer of Big Church group is presently in a celebration mood. The Big church group has many juicy pies that cut across Agriculture, entertainment, properties, IT to mention a few and the quintessential businessman has further invested his time and resources in bringing hopes to the less privileged in the society.

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Gumsu Fatima Abacha’s special birthday dinner

There are so many reasons why we adore Gumsu Fatima, one of the coolest silver spoon kids in her generation. One thing you can’t deny is her genuine humility and passion for humanity. Days back, the adorably cute late general’s daughter had reasons to celebrate. Fatima added another year in style and it was an occasion of class and luxury as the Abachas all came out to celebrate one of their own.

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Oba of Lagos, Etsu Nupe, others grace Agric-Food conference

Oba Rilwanu Akiolu of Lagos, Alhaji (Dr)Yahaya Abubakar of Nupe together with other dignitaries joined stakeholders at the 2017 Nigerian Agri-Food Investment Forum held in Lagos during the week. The forum organized by Youths Off The Street Initiative (YOTSI), which is the brainchild of Comrade Kennedy Iyere, is aimed at tackling food insecurity in the country. The event attracted potential investors from the United States and Britain.

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What I told my wife before I entered the BBNaija house —Thin Tall Tony

Offiong Anthony, popularly known as ThinTallTony, Offiong Anthony, popularly known as ThinTallTony,  (TTT) is still reliving memories of his evergreen stay  in the Big Brother Najia house, and this time, he’s revealing why he suddenly became friends with T-Boss, saying the strategy was to discover the source of her strength while in the house. He also opened up on what he told his wife before he entered the BBNaija house and why he kept his marital status away from Bisola  and many more…

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I will be damned if I don’t speak out — Liz Benson-Ameye

WITH a filmography of more than 40 movies, Liz Benson Ameye is a veritable fixture on cinema, video and television screens in Nigeria. She played “Mama” in the first production of “Mummy Dearest” and has reprised her role in the sequel. Though narrowly focused on set, Ameye acceded to J.K. Obatala’s intrusion, long enough to render matronly counsel on a number of pertinent issues, including “homosexuality,” “discipline” and “Old vs. New Nollywood”. Their encounter comes in the wake of the ordained minister and evangelist’s appearance in “Busted”, a highly controversial exploration of same-sex marriage, released last May. Ameye is originally from Akwa Ibom State, but she now resides in Delta State, with her evangelist husband, Bishop Great Ameye of Freedom Family Assembly.

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