The governor had a lot to say.
We are at a very pivotal moment in time here in Nigeria. The youths of the nation have taken to the streets to protest against the menace that is the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) here in the nation because for a long time, the officer of SARS have oppressed the people and used their position of power to bully and harass innocent civilians, especially youth whom they deem to be criminals based on the kinds of phones they use or the type of cars they drive.
That’s the question a lot of people ask whenever they hear that a relationship has come to an end. What happened? This question is usually asked when nobody saw any warning signs, when the relationship looked perfect. Then out of the blue, news strikes that it is over.
Get ready to be surprised.
Hollywood is littered with so much talent. In music, television, movies, the stars are endless. Within that constellation of stars are some of our people - NIGERIANS.
These ones will surprise you.
Femi Otedola is a household name. When you’re rich in Nigeria, people tend to take notice. But when you’re a BILLIONAIRE in Nigeria, you become a household name. The name ‘Otedola’ has become synonymous with the word ‘rich’ so much so that it is now part of Nigerian vocabulary.
In the wake of the #EndSars protests, celebrities and Nigerians at large have been taking to the streets and social media to fight against the injustice that is police brutality in the nation of Nigeria. Over the last 72 hours, we have seen the hashtag #EndSars trend and the discuss on the topic is still ongoing as I write this.
It was supposed to be a happy day.
After 9 months, expecting mothers all over the world go into hospital rooms eager and excited to meet their baby. But unfortunately, for a number of women in these hospital rooms, not everything goes as smoothly as they hope. In fact, in some cases, things take a turn for the dire and the day ends with a loss of the mother’s life.