Super eagles player, John Ogu has reacted to the unjust Massacre in Lekki last night. The footballer said Nigerian politicians should get ready to ask their children to represent Nigeria in forthcoming Super Eagles matches.
He described the ongoing onslaught of #EndSARS protesters in Nigeria as devastating especially the #LekkiMassacre
Ogu tweeted, “The Politicians should ask[ed] their children to go and represent Nigeria in the next @NGSuperEagles , @thenff upcoming games . ”
Get approval before using Youth Corpers uniform in nollywood movies — NYSC tells filmmakers
The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has urged filmmakers to always seek proper approval before using corps members’ uniform while shooting their movies.
Mr Christian Oru, NYSC Assistant Director of Legal Services, said this in Lagos during a meeting between National Film and Video Censors Board (NFVCB) and creative industry stakeholders on enabling laws and strengthening of professional guilds and associations
“For any film maker that wants any of his casts to wear the corps members’ uniform while shooting movies, we require that you write an application letter to NYSC to indicate your interest.
We also demand that you submit your script to us for proper vetting to know how NYSC will be represented.
We know the script is your copyright and we will do everything to ensure confidentiality,” he said.
Oru also noted that filmmakers will pay administrative handling charges before the use of the uniforms.
“We want a token from what you generate from the production of such movies where our uniforms are used, this is known as administrative charges.
This is because we spend money to produce these uniforms, we will like to work with you and we promise that we will all be on the same page to ensure we are developing the industry and the nation as well,” he said.
Ooni of Ife welcomes first son with wife, Olori Silekunola
Oba Adeyeye Ogunwunsi, the Ooni of Ife has welcomed his first son with wife, prophetess Olori Silekunola.
The queen has been off social media and public functions for sometime now, she just delivered a bouncing baby boy and the couple are very much together.
“To God be the glory great things he has done.
Hearty congratulations to the entire House of Oduduwa and Olori Silekunola who today birthed a Prince to the Royal throne of Oduduwa.
Mother and child are doing well to the glory of God Almighty.”
Due to her absence from social functions, there were rumours that she was seperated from the king. Reacting to this, Olori Silekunola posted on her Instagram page:
There have been strange rumours and unfounded news making rounds on social media in recent times.I want all believers of good news to know that, it is all lies and a picture of how the peddlers of the evil news would have loved our love story to turn out. I would have loved to maintain silence, however, due to concerns being expressed by well meaning people something has to be said. Now, the gospel truth is that I have been busy with ministry off the social media space and you’d all agree with me that with the ongoing pandemic which suddenly sprung up on all of us, only means more work needs to be done. I can’t sit still (as nobody privileged enough should) and this isn’t a time for social media presence but a time that calls for solemnity. Hence my break from what people now call normal. Finally, as duty will have me do, I have been in and out of the palace doing Gods bidding.With all being said, I am compelled to ask the following questions :
Why can’t people verify that which is the truth ?
Why do people believe more in falsehood and negativity?
Well, the bible has something to say about them in Psalm 2:1-12. Now i say to you all, please disregard and jettison every fake and malicious news about me and my husband (Ooni Adeyeye Babatunde Enitan Ogunwusi) for ours is a love no earthly force is strong enough to break,we are very fine and healthy
I will leave you with this “please be comforted and know that boredom is a killer and people do unimaginable things when they are” Peace and love always
Nigerian Government to borrow N285 billion from World Bank
The federal government is planning to borrow $750 million on behalf of state to stimulate local economies in Nigeria.
Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning Mrs. Zainab Ahmed made this disclosure in Abuja on Friday at the inauguration ceremony of the Federal Steering Committees of the Nigeria COVID-19 Action Recovery and Economic Stimulus (N-CARES).
According to the Finance Minister, the Nigerian Government is in the process of accessing a World Bank loan of $750 million on behalf of the states, to stimulate the local economy and support vulnerable household’s consumption.
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