Wednesday, June 08, 2016
Former Super Eagles handler, Stephen Okechukwu Chinedu Keshi died suddenly in the early hours of Wednesday in Benin City, Edo state.
Keshi, a truly Nigerian football icon, was billed to travel back to his base in the United States later Wednesday when he suffered a suspected heart attack a little after midnight.
The former international football player and coach had lost his wife of 35 years, Kate, last year after a prolonged battle with cancer.
His death was confirmed from a member of his family as well as one of his close associates.
According to a friend and a former member of his backroom staff when he was in charge of the national team a couple of years ago: "He (Keshi) was hail and hearty. I still spoke with him for a very long time on Tuesday. Throughout our long conversation, not once did he complain of anything illness."
However, another friend said: "He was not ill at all, never showed any signs of illness, but we suspect he never got over the death of his wife
Monday, May 16, 2016
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Tuesday, April 19, 2016
See what Linda Ikeji shared on her blog about the meeting.
I wish Wizkid all the best and will continue to celebrate him.
God bless us all.
Source: Linda Ikeji's blog
Monday, April 18, 2016
SCAM ALERT!!! If You Ever Receive This Kind Of BVN Message, Please Ignore & Delete It Immediately (Photo)
This time, they are deceiving innocent nigerians to get their ATM Card details by giving you a Phone number to call.
If you receive any SMS on your phone claiming to be from your Bank or CBN, Kindly ignore it and delete immediately.
This is the Scope they are using:-
They will inform you that due to the BVN System Upgrade, Your ATM has been de-activated and then give you a Phone number to Call…..
If you dare call that number ehn, Na juju dem go use collect your ATM details
See some Screenshots below:-
Saturday, April 09, 2016
Here is another banger from Jtown Diva Miss Joleeta on this she comes out as a boss with a nice Naija flavoured tune. Produced by Kenny kriss Tunez.