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In China: Deceased doctor's body organs save 6 lives

Organs of a doctor who died from a sudden illness were on Thursday donated by his relatives and they have saved the lives of six people.

Song Wei, 34, a trainee doctor at Shanghai Changhai Hospital in China, suffered an acute brainstem hemorrhage on May 31 and was pronounced dead on Wednesday.

His wife and parents decided to complete his final wishes and donated Song's liver, lungs, kidneys, corneas and skin tissue to save patients' lives and help two other people see again.

His wife described him as a doctor who had healing the wounded and saving the dying as his life mission.

Samantha Edwards: Former Miss USA contestant dies at 37

Samantha Edwards, a former Miss USA contestant, has been reported dead at her Minneapolis residence. She died on Tuesday, June 14, 2016, at the age of 37.

According to the Daily Star, an autopsy is being carried out to determine the cause of her demise.

In a bid to raise money for her funeral, Jessica Dereschuk, who was reported to be her best friend, created a GoFundMe profile for her.

Taylor Swift: Singer shares kiss with Tom Hiddleston

American singer, Taylor Swift, seems to be moving on faster than expected, after her relationship ended with Calvin Harris.

Swift was snapped enjoying a kiss with English actor, Tom Hiddleston, two weeks after breaking up with Harris.

The pair (Swift and Hiddlestone) appeared in an exclusive picture released by British newspaper, The Sun.

Prince Harry: British prince offers condolence to Mayor of Orlando

Prince Henry of Wales, KCVO, also known as Prince Harry, has penned a note to the Mayor of Orlando, Buddy Dyer, expressing his sadness concerning the recent Orlando shooting that killed forty-nine people.

In the letter, he praised the law enforcement officers, who showed braveness and handled their jobs responsibly during the attack.

The prince wrote, "I wanted to write and express my most sincere condolences to the people of Orlando after the horrific attack on the Pulse nightclub on Sunday,"

"Having just spent time in Orlando I know what a warm and welcoming community it is. In spite of this senseless act, I have no doubt that the love and friendship of your city will remain strong."

Army: 449 Personnel to go on retirement

The Nigerian Armed Forces Resettlement Centre (NAFRC) has announced the retirement of 464 personnel drawn from the Army, Navy and Air Force.

Speaking in Abuja on Thursday, June 16, 2016, the NAFRC Commandant, Air Vice Marshal Mike Iloenyosi noted that the retirees have undergone various training that would enable them fit into the society.

According to him, 449 were drawn from the Army, two from the Navy and 13 from the Air Force He added that more officer cadre will join up in the course soon.

The 464 military retirees will join 40,500 other personnel of the Nigerian Armed Forces who had in the past benefited from military-sponsored vocational training courses between 1945, when the centre was established, and 2016.

In Rivers: Ex militants give oil companies 14 days to leave state

A group of ex militants under the aegis of Ekpeye Liberation Group have issued a 14 day ultimatum to oil companies in Rivers state to stop their operations and leave.

The militants issued the warning on Thursday, June 16, 2016, saying they had to take the action because the companies refused to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Ekpeye community.

The affected oil companies are: Nigerian Agip Oil Company, Shell Petroleum Development Company, Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas and Niger Delta Petroleum Resources.

Ibe Kachikwu: Minister visits Gbaramatu to meet with Niger Delta Avengers

The minister of state for petroleum, Ibe Kachikwu has visited Gbaramatu kingdom in Delta State, to meet with representatives of the Niger Delta Avengers (NDA).

Sahara Reporters reports that Kachikwu was in the community to also see how work on the Maritime University can commence,

Kachikwu, in a Town Hall meeting organised for people of the South-South in Akwa-Ibom state, said the University will be completed, no matter how much it costs.

Boko Haram: 700 terrorists surrender to troops

The Nigerian Army troops waging war against Boko Haram in the North-East, has recorded another feat.

Reports say 700 members of the sect have surrendered to the superior fire power of the military.

This was revealed by the Director of Defence Information, Brig.-Gen. Rabe Abubakar on Thursday, June 16, 2016.

Abubajar said “We have come to understand that the military cannot do it all alone.

Buhari: President receives Tinubu, traditional ruler in London

President Muhammadu Buhari received the All Progressives Congress (APC) national leader, Bola Tinubu and the Awujale of Ijebuland, Oba Sikiru Adetona Ogbagba II in London on Thursday, June 16, 2016.

Pictures of the visit were released on the official Twitter handle of the President (NGRPresident) on Thursday, June 16, 2016.

Although details of the meeting was not disclosed, some Nigerians are of the opinion that the visit is a demonstration of the fact that the president is in good terms with the national leader.

Iran: Country accuses British-Iranian woman of trying to "overthrow" government

The Iranian Revolutionary Guard accused a British-Iranian aid worker who has been detained since early April of trying to "overthrow" the government in a statement published on Wednesday.

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is a 37-year-old program coordinator with the Thomson Reuters Foundation, a London-based charity.

Iranian Revolutionary Guard officials detained Zaghari-Ratcliffe on April 3 when she arrived at an airport to fly back to Britain, according to her husband Richard Ratcliffe.

"This person had membership in foreign companies and organizations and planned and carried out media and cyber projects with the intent of a soft overthrow of the holy Islamic Republic government," the statement said. It was published by a Guard office in Kerman province, where Zaghari-Ratcliffe is being held.

'Igbo Kasala': Female tenant docked for beating landlord over Indian hemp

For beating up her sick landlord because he complained her continuous smoking of Igbo (Indian Hemp) in his compound, a 30-year-old woman, Kiki Adelaja, has been arraigned before an Ikeja Magistrates’ Court sitting in Lagos State, Tribune reports.

It was gathered that Adelaja who resides at Ola Omotoye Street in Aboru area of the state, had allegedly beaten up her landlord, Samuel Adeboye, causing him severe injuries because he dared to tell her to stop smoking the weed in his house.
The police prosecutor, Clement Okuoimose, told the court that Adelaja had, on May 12, assaulted Adeboye who has been sick for a while, hitting him on the face, causing him injury.
“The accused tenant fought her landlord because he challenged her for smoking Indian Hemp and bringing a group of hemp-smoking boys into the house,” Okuoimose told the court, adding that the offence contravenes Section 170 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2011.

Deadly Vengeance: Woman who poured acid on a man said he raped her

A 31-year-old woman, Nneka Nwachukwu, has told a Wuse Zone 2 High Court sitting in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory, that she deliberately poured acid on one late Peter Nwogu, in revenge after he raped her, Daily Trust reports.

Nwachukwu of Dape Village a satellite community in the FCT, was arraigned in the court on charges of culpable homicide after she allegedly poured the substance on Nwogu who later died, but she told the court that the victim came to her house and forced her to sleep with him.
She told the court that on December 1, 2013, she had gone to her town meeting at Wuse and came back around 10 p.m and was in her house when Nwogu came and forcefully raped her.
“When I came back from the meeting, I warmed my food which I came back with, then I went to see my landlord, Ikechukwu Obi to pay my house rent.

Lil Wayne: Rapper released from hospital

Lil Wayne has pulled through and bounced back to business as usual, after suffering a fatal epileptic seizure attack.

TMZ reports, on Tuesday, June 14, 2016 Lil Wayne left the Omaha hospital where he was admitted for treatment after he lost consciousness from his seizure attack inside his private jet which was air bound at the time.

Ruth Kadiri: Actress rains curses on government

Nollywood actress, Ruth Kadiri is currently spitting mad at the Nigerian government.

The actress took to Instagram today, June 15, 2016 to protest the poor state of the road following the heavy down pour that saw Lagos flooded today.
According to Kadiri, God will punish every single man in government that hasn't kept to their promise of making Nigeria a better country.

OJB Jezreel: Female signee recounts last moments together

Late OJB's signee, Ada Sounds speaks on their unfinished works and plans
Ofor Stephanie Adaeze popularly known as Adasounds is a female artist that worked with OJB. She was signed to OJB’s Amazing Works Records in late 2015.

Adasounds and OJB were tidying up plans to release their duet titled Chinedu before ace music producer’s sudden death on Tuesday, June 14, 2016.

According to Ada. the reality of his death did not hit her until the morning of Wednesday, June 15, 2016 when according she woke up among mourners in OJB’s house.

APC: Party says it has parted ways with Sheriff

The Makarfi led PDP has accused the APC of planting Ali Modu Sheriff in the party in other to scuttle its chances of winning the 2019 general elections.

Speaking on Tuesday, June 14, 2016, the National Secretary of the APC, Alhaji Maimala Buni, said PDP should not blame them for their woes.

“It’s not true that we planted Sheriff in the PDP, we’ve nothing to do with him; we parted ways with him right at our convention venue, prior to the 2015 elections. It’s their crime that is hunting them and they want to vent their anger on us,” Buni said in a report carried by Daily Trust.

“The PDP should put its house in order rather than playing to the gallery and blaming others but themselves for their sins which have come to hunt them.  

Fayose: ‘States not expected to fund school feeding program,’ Presidency replies governor

The Presidency has said that state governments will not be required to fund the Federal Government’s School Feeding programme.

The clarification comes after Ekiti State Governor, Ayo Fayose accused the FG of fraud for supposedly requiring states to contribute 40 per cent of the funds needed for the programme.

The Presidency’s comments were contained in a statement released by the Senior Special Assistant to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Media and Publicity, Laolu Akande, on Tuesday, June 14, 2016.

The statement reads:

We want the states to embrace this programme, it is good for the people, it’s a win-win for everyone. School feeding programme is not a counterpart funding arrangement model, no. 

PDP: Youths threaten to take over leadership of party due to crisis

Youth members of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) have threatened to take over the party if its leaders don’t resolve the ongoing crisis.

The threat was made by PDP youth leader, Aderemi Olusegun while addressing journalists at the party’s secretariat in Abuja, Vanguard reports.

“As concerned youths, we deem it necessary to come together to take a firm position in the interest of party members nationwide. We believe that we have waited enough on the party stakeholders, since the Port Harcourt convention, to amicably resolve this lingering problem,” he said.

Okorocha: ‘I don’t need more than 200 workers in Imo civil service,’ Governor says

Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha has said that he does not need more than 200 workers in the state’s civil service.

Okorocha also complained that the state was spending too much on salaries for civil servants.

The governor made the comments during a recent interview with The Independent.

“I don’t need more than 200 workers at the civil service of Imo State but I need more than 100,000 in the agricultural sector of the state. It’s like if this nation makes $1 trillion every day and ends up paying salaries with it, there still will be no progress,” he said.

Ambassadorial Nomination: PDP slams Buhari over exclusion of Bayelsa indigenes

The Bayelsa state chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has slammed President Buhari over the non-inclusion of Bayelsa indigenes in the list of Ambassadors which  he submitted to the Senate for approval.

The PDP also wondered if there was no qualified career diplomat from Bayelsa state who could be nominated as an Ambassador.

The party also faulted the Federal Government’s handling of the economy, adding that the poor policies have rendered states incapable of paying salaries.

The PDP in Bayelsa alleged that the government sidelined the state in the Ambassadorial nomination, because of the grudge it has against the state.

Buhari: President condoles with President of Ghana over death of mother

President Muhammadu Buhari has sent his condolences to President John Mahama of Ghana, over the death of his mother.

Punch reports that Buhari spoke with Mahama over the phone today, Wednesday, June 15, 2016.

The Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, in a statement made available to newsmen, said “The President told the Ghanaian leader that his personal thoughts and prayers as well as those of Nigerians are with him as he mourns the passage of a beloved mother.

Fayose: Governor blames Fayemi for financial crisis in Ekiti

Ekiti State Governor, Ayo Fayose has blamed his predecessor, Kayode Fayemi for the state’s indebtedness.

Fayose made his comments on Sunday, June 12, 2016, via a statement issued by his Chief Press Secretary, Idowu Adelusi.

The statement reads in part:

A state like Ekiti without any industry and Fayemi administration would post that it realised between N600 million and N700 million monthly from IGR whereas in the actual sense Ekiti IGR had never gone beyond N300 million or N350 million monthly.

The labour should hold the Fayemi Administration responsible for the economic woes in the state and stop castigating me.

Buhari: President is an unrepentant tyrant – PDP

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has called President Buhari an unrepentant tyrant.

This is following a call by the Chairman of the House of Representatives’ Committee on Media and Public Affairs, Abdulrazak Namdaz, urging Nigerians to bear with President Muhammadu Buhari in his efforts to transform the country.

The PDP on their Twitter timeline, said “This is a government that does not know what democracy or rule of law means. The president is an unrepentant tyrant.”

Diezani Alison-Madueke: EFCC seizes ex-minister’s $18M house with bulletproof gym in Abuja

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has seized a home worth $18 million from former petroleum minister, Diezani Alison-Madueke, reports say.

According to Al Jazeera, the house contains a bulletproof gym and furnishing worth $2 millions

The EFCC has alleged that the home was bought with stolen public funds and is part of the $10 billion worth of property and cash recovered from corrupt government officials.

Columbus Short: Actor gets 30 days in jail for violating parole

American actor, Columbus Short, has been sentenced to 30 days in jail for violating parole through usage of drugs.

According to Us Magazine, a judge sentenced the actor to jail after he was tested positively for the use of Marijuana.

His THC level was reported to have increased on a weekly basis.

Apart from the jail term, the actor is to spend six months in a residential drug rehab program, aimed at helping his drug addiction.

Ginnifer Goodwin: Actress gives birth to second child

Hollywood actress, Ginnifer Goodwin, has welcomed her second child with husband, Josh Dallas.

The new baby boy, born June 1, 2016, has been named Hugo Wilson Dallas, based on a birth certificate obtained by E!

According to Us Magazine, Goodwin secretly married Dallas in 2014, at a quiet ceremony held Los Angeles.

Dallas, who was a co-star with Goodwin, in the “Once Upon a Time” television series, has pleasant things to say about his wife.

Madonna: Singer finally meets President Barack Obama

American singer and song writer, Madonna, has finally gotten an opportunity to meet with United States President, Barack Obama.

Madonna made a post on her Instagram on Wednesday, June 8, 2016, showing her in a picture with Obama.

She wrote, “For Once I 'm Speechless...........President Obama  @jimmyfallon”.

In another post, she wrote, “A meeting of the Leo's! 濾. A Cosmic Convergence!! .2 ❤️#rebelhearts @jimmyfallon”.

Donald Trump Mac: Miller makes politician rap in new parody video

American rapper, Mac Miller, has released a video parody showing Republican candidate for Presidency, Donald Trump, rap.

Miller combined pieces of Trump’s numerous nominee speeches and made it a sweet rap song.

According to Us Magazine, the video is a “promo for Miller’s new Best Day Ever mixtape reissue”.

Saraki: Senate President the most persecuted politician – Ekweremadu says

The Deputy Senate President. Senator Ike Ekweremadu has said that the Senate President, Bukola Saraki is the most persecuted politician in Nigeria.

Ekweremadu said this while congratulating Senators for their understanding and unity in the past one year, on Thursday, June 9, 2016.

He also said the Senate President’s trouble started immediately he emerged as the leader of the Red chambers, against the wish of those he called the powers that be.

The Deputy Senate President also thanked the lawmakers for giving him their support, despite the fact that he is a member of the opposition – Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

Saraki is currently standing trial at the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT), for false declaration of assets.

Adamawa Assembly: Speaker sacks Chief Whip, reshuffles committees

Speaker of the Adamawa state Assembly, Kabiru Mijinyawa has removed the the Chief Whip, Hassan Barguma, and the Deputy Chief Whip, Abubakar Isa, from their positions.

Mijinyawa made the announcement at the House plenary on Thursday, June 9, 2016.

The chairman of the House Committee on Information, Hassan Barguma and reassigned him to be in charge of committee on Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs).

The move which took most lawmakers by surprise, is being perceived by many as a move to stamp his authority following speculations of impeachment threat against him.

In South Africa: Court dismisses ex-tennis star Bob Hewitt's appeal against rape conviction

South Africa's Supreme Court of Appeal on Thursday dismissed an application by disgraced former grand slam doubles champion Bob Hewitt to challenge his conviction for rape and sexual assault.

Hewitt was sentenced to six years in prison in May last year after being found guilty of two counts of rape and a charge of sexual assault of minors.

Hewitt's lawyers had argued that the Australian-born Hewitt, 76, suffered from ill-health and also pointed to the length of time between when the offences were committed and the trial. 

The allegations first surfaced in 2011.

Queen Elizabeth II: British Monarch to honour 4 young Nigerians

Queen Elizabeth of England will confer the Queen’s Young Leaders Award on four exceptional Nigerians at a ceremony at the Buckingham Palace, London on Thursday 23rd June.

The event is part of activities to celebrate The Queen’s 90th birthday.

This year’s Award winners, including Olanrewaju Adeloye, Aladipupo Ajiroba and Olumide Femi 
Makanjuola, all aged between 18 and 29 have been recognised by The Queen for taking the lead in transforming the lives of others and making a lasting difference in their communities.

As a Queen’s Young Leader, they will be representing Nigeria as they join winners from 45 different Commonwealth countries in London for five days of high-level engagements, all designed to help them further their life-changing work.

In Congo: Malaria "out of control" with sick children dying at home - charity

Malaria in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is "out of control" with many parents letting their sick children die at home because they cannot afford treatment, a medical charity said as it ramps up its emergency response.

Children under 13 made up 80 percent of the 45,000 malaria outpatients Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) has treated in the last four weeks in Haut-Uele Province in northeastern DRC.

"The situation is definitely out of control," MSF's emergency coordinator for DRC, Stephane Reynier de Montlaux, told the Thomson Reuters Foundation in a telephone interview.

"Many people are dying ... It is children that are the first victims."

Niger Delta: Militants allegedly bomb Shell pipeline

Militants in the oil rich Niger Delta have allegedly bombed a pipeline belonging to Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC), today, Thursday, June 9, 2016.

Vanguard reports that the SPDC facility is located at Ogidigben, Warri South West Local in Delta State.

Reports say a source who disclosed the incident said “The incident occurred along the Chanomi Creek around Ogidigben area about 8.00 pm.

“Though, I cannot give you concrete details of the situation at the scene of incident for now. We got reports from our field office that a loud explosion was heard at the location, which was followed by a huge ball of fire.”

In Kano: DSS arrests 5 ISIS trainees

The Department of State Security (DSS) has discovered a cell of the international terror group- ISIS in Kano state.

The DSS also arrested five trainees who were on their way to Libya and other African countries for advanced training.

Some U.S. officials told Reuters that there is no evidence showing a major link between Boko Haram and ISIS.

Vanguard reports that the Kano state DSS director, Abdullahi Bello Chiranchi said the discovery was a significant breakthrough.

Brexit: German might gives way to angst over risk

Europe's most powerful nation is suddenly powerless and worried.

After shaping Europe's response to the Greek debt, Ukraine, and Syrian refugee crises, Berlin is now unable to influence the outcome of the other big geopolitical risk on its doorstep: Britain's June 23 referendum on whether to quit the European Union.

The outcome is a big worry for Berlin. A vote for 'Brexit' would undermine the integration of Europe, the grand project that has enabled Germany to forge its post-war identity. It would upset the EU's balance of power and raise the danger of other countries leaving too.

In keeping with an informal agreement among continental European governments to hold their peace, German politicians are staying out of the campaign in the run-up to the vote, for fear of being seen to be bossing Britons around.

Ahmed Adeeb: Maldives' former vice president jailed on terrorism charges

A court in the Maldives jailed former vice president Ahmed Adeeb for 10 years on terrorism charges, his lawyer said on Monday, after a closed-door trial that was denounced by the opposition as flawed.

Adeeb, 34, once seen as the successor to President Abdulla Yameen, was arrested on Oct. 24 in a probe into an explosion on Yameen's speedboat and was accused of possessing firearms.

Parliament impeached Adeeb on Nov. 5 over his alleged role in the explosion.

Adeeb was sentenced on Sunday, a week after ousted former leader Mohamed Nasheed, now in exile in Britain, formed a united opposition group aimed at toppling Yameen.

Nasheed was sentenced to 13 years in jail on terrorism charges after a trial in 2015 that was widely denounced as politically motivated.

J'odie: Singer shares adorable photos of son

Nigerian singer J'odie who welcomed her first baby with husband David Nnaji, Monday, April 11, 2016 has shared several shots of her little bundle of joy.

 J'odie took to Instagram today, Monday, June 6, 2016 to share a cute photo of her baby with the caption, "Me n my boyfriend."
J'odie and her manager turned husband had their traditional wedding in Warri on October 31, 2015. 
The two stars had a low profile traditional wedding ceremony which was graced by few of their friends and family members.

Skales: Rapper sacks manager after 19 years

New development into the theft allegation involving Baseline Records rapper, Skales, and his manager, Osagie Osarenkhoe, reveals that the rapper has sacked the latter.

According to Encomium, Skales signed an agreement with his management that left out Osarenkhoe.

The manager, in a chat with TheNet insisted that she is innocent of the allegations brought against her.

She said, “For the avoidance of doubts, I didn’t steal from Baseline. I have not been fraudulent or dubious in my dealings with the label.”

“What we have done was to keep our lives going on following inaction from them. Everything I have done, from allowing him to sign with the label to date was always in Skales interest at the end of the day and not for my personal gain.”

Amber Rose: Has model broken up with Terrence Ross?

It appears that American model, Amber Rose, has broken up with Toronto Raptors player, Terrence Ross.

According to The Shade Room, Ross made a post on his Instagram on Monday, June 6, 2016, concerning letting go of someone.

 “If people refuse to look at you in a new light and they can only see you for what you were, only see you for the mistakes you’ve made. If they don’t realize that you are not your mistakes, then they have to go,”

Both stars have deleted posts connecting themselves to each other on their Instagram pages.

Kylie Jenner: Reality TV star says there won’t be a s*x tape of her

After the hacking of her Twitter account, the reality TV star mentioned that she does not care about what they do with the account, trusting the her sex tape cannot be released.

Following the hacking of her Twitter account, Kylie Jenner, has revealed that there won’t be any sex tape of her on the internet, as had been anticipated.
According to E! News, Jenner has told fans who were expecting her sex tape with Tyga to be released not to bet on it.
"Everyone's like leak the sex tape,"

Buhari: Anybody can fall sick – President says

President Buhari has departed for London today, Monday, June 6, 2016, for a 10 day vacation, according to his media aide.

This is coming on the heels of reports of the President's  bout with a persistent ear disease.

Presidential aide, Femi Adesina, earlier said the President was hale and hearty, adding that Buhari was  “as fit as a fiddle.”

Adesina in another statement also announced that Mr. President will commence on a 10-day vacation, starting on Monday, June 7, 2016.

Adesina also revealed that Buhari will see an E.N.T Specialist for a persistent ear infection.

Niger Delta: Group hails Buhari for deploying military aircrafts to region

A group, under the aegis of Rescue Mission, has commended President Buhari for deploying military aircrafts to the creeks of the oil rich Niger-Delta.

The Federal Government had launched a military operation in the oil rich region to stop the bombing of offshore facilities belonging to oil companies in the region.

The Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) have also claimed responsibility for several bombings in the Niger-Delta.

The militants also vowed to continue the bombing of offshore facilities until the Federal Government meets their demands.

Punch reports that the Senior Executive Partner, Rescue Mission, Sokari Afiesimama, said “Yes, the additional platforms, comprising fighter aircraft, helicopter gunship and surveillance aircraft, capable of enhancing adequate security to undertake offensive air operations and intelligence gathering in support of the surfaces forces remain the only remedy.

Boko Haram: Terrorists sack Troops from Bosso

The dreaded Boko Haram sect has captured the town of Bosso, which is located in the southern part of Niger, reports say.

Vanguard reports that the sect members engaged a combined military team of soldiers from Niger and Nigeria in a fierce gun battle.

According to reports, the Mayor of Bosso told newsmen that the incident occurred today, Monday, June 7, 2016.

This is coming on the heels of an attack on the international military team on Friday, June 3, 2018, that left 32 soldiers dead.

The Defence Headquarters (DHQ) has also issued a warning, saying the Boko Haram sect is plotting to carry out large scale bombings during Ramadan.

Jimmy Jatt: 'I demand a public apology from Terry G' celebrity DJ discloses

We just reported that eccentric singer, Terry G slapped one of DJ Jimmy Jatt’s protege at a show over the weekend.

Now, the celebrity DJ is demanding a public apology from the music star.
It all started last night, June 5, 2016 at Comedian Bash's comedy show at the Muson Centre. Terry G slapped DJ Jimmy Jatt’s protege, DJ Phriz who was holding the table down for him.
According to reports, the crowd was turned off due to his misbehaviour on stage, and efforts to get him off stage proved abortive which made the show organisers ask the DJ to cut off his music.

Henrietta Kosoko: Saidi Balogun mourns late actress

Words of sorrow have continued to trail the death of actress, Henrietta Kosoko, who died on the morning of Monday, June 6, 2016.

On his Instagram, actor, Saidi Balogun, has expressed his sadness concerning the passing of the actress, who is recognised as one of the early faces in the Nigerian movie industry.

Balogun, on June 6, 2016 wrote, "We just lost one of us. The wife of a veteran actor and our colleague, Herrienta Kosoko. we pray that Almighty God will give her eternal rest. RIP".

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