Last year the Nigerian superstar won the male next rated for Nigerian Universities Education Students Association,University of Unilag(NUESA).
The superstar has won a lot of awards for himself so far as he collected the UNILAG artist of the year 2017. He also got himself the artist of all time in the college people entertainment.
“Your Google Adsense account has been disabled or temporarily banned”.
What a nice phrase on an email to start the day huh? Well, consider you’re not alone. Everyday, hundreds or thousands of accounts are being banned from Google’s Adsense program. Why? I can’t tell you specifically. Either there’s something wrong with the web you’re putting you ads on, or you just simply missed one rule from Google’s TOS.
Nigerian musician, Blackface who accused music legend 2Baba of song theft, has shared a screenshot of chat evidence from 2014 where the ‘African Queen’ crooner allegedly admitted to stealing his song.
He took to his Instagram page to share the screenshot and revealed that 2Baba and his agents are trying to silent him via social media and that they’ve been avoiding meetings to resolve the issue.
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Monday, November 13, 20170 Comments
Four criminals are caught and are to be punished. The judge allows them to be freed if they can solve a puzzle. If they do not, they will be hung.
Foreign affairs: China’s second largest e-commerce firm just showed Alibaba has serious competition Alibaba invented China’s biggest shopping day
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Saturday, November 11, 20170 Comments
A 29-year-old Indian doctor has pleaded guilty to groping a minor girl who was sitting next to him on a New Jersey-bound United Airlines flight, according to officials.
Vijaykumar Krishnappa, a physician, was flying from Seattle on July 23 when he allegedly assaulted a 16-year-old girl sitting next to him.
Krishnappa appeared before a federal magistrate in Newark on Wednesday
In exchange for the possibility of barring those who might intend harm, the United States is making detractors out of people who want to be friends.
The month of May is graduation time here in Dubai, too. The seniors at the university where I teach happily toss their mortarboards into the air and pose for selfies, as seniors do annually. But this year something is different: When I ask the new grads where they will go for their summer internships or jobs or even vacations, I'm hearing much more uncertainty than in years past. One Emirati student told me he had to cancel his plans to travel to the United States. "Most of us can't get visas to the U.S.," he said. Another Emirati said she'll probably go to Britain because her plans for a summer internship in New York fell through when she could not get a visa. London is hardly a consolation prize, but why deny these students a chance to visit the United States?
Mind you, the United Arab Emirates is not on the list of six countries whose nationals are the focus of the Trump administration's controversial travel ban (and even that ban is in limbo as it makes its way through the U.S. courts). But I also have a student from Syria - which is on the list, along with Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen - who was accepted by a U.S. graduate school but cannot get to it. Students alsotold me that, ban or no ban, their visas were denied or the response to their requests took so long that they gave up. These students weren't seeking H1-B work visas; they wanted just to study. Now they're taking a last-minute look at Britain and Canada. One Syrian student told me with relief that she was accepted to Carleton University in Ottawa to study journalism. She's one of the lucky ones.
It's not just students who are facing this difficulty. A family I know here had been granted visas by the U.S. Consulate in Dubai. But their attempt to attend a wedding in Indianapolis was blocked at the airport. A U.S. consular officer in Abu Dhabi canceled the visas on their passports and prevented them from boarding the plane. Why? The family told me they weren't given a reason, but they believe it was because their British passports indicate they were born in Iraq. Iraq is no longer on the list of targeted countries
The sterile smell of antibacterial soap trailed us as my husband, Zach, wheeled me slowly toward the incubator containing our three-pound son.
What would he look like? My one glimpse of Rowan in the operating room the night before had been of his face. The rest of his body had been bundled to replicate the warmth of my womb.
Two weeks before his birth I had been diagnosed with severe pre-eclampsia, which came with a one-way ticket to hospital bed rest. My friends and family had cheered me on, as if I had any control.
"You're doing such a great job of giving Rowan more time to grow!"
If staying pregnant was an achievement, where did it leave me when he was born two months early? Intellectually, I knew that nothing prevents pre-eclampsia. Still, he didn't ask for a head start on life. I had failed him already, and we hadn't even been properly introduced.
Zach parked me in front of the incubator. Rowan was curled into a question mark, naked except for a preemie-size diaper reaching toward his armpits.
With one hand on his bottom and one at his head, giving what they call a "hand hug," my fingers almost touched.
His hand was taped to a board the size of a nail file to prevent his IV from being dislodged. A tiny purple pacifier covered the bottom half of his face.
"Would you like to hold him?" the nurse asked as she gathered wires and tubes.
I struggled to stand as she helped me lift him out of his plastic enclosure.
Tape, staples and miscellaneous office supplies held my abdomen together. As my uterus threatened to go full-on Alien out of the incision site, I wondered, "What do I do now?"
Embarrassed, I admitted, "I can't hold him and sit down at the same time."
The nurse cradled him against her arm as I settled into the rocking chair. With ease, she tucked his soft, doll-size body into my shirt. I breathed against his hair, trying to find traces of the sweet newborn smell buried under the sharp scents of antiseptic and medical tape.
I studied the IV threaded into his nearly microscopic veins and the spaghetti-thin feeding tube snaking from his nose to his stomach. His palm was the size of a quarter. He felt like a fragile stranger.
Each morning, I arrived at his bedside to receive an update of what had happened in Rowan's world overnight.
"Just to warn you, he blew all the veins in his arms and feet. We had to put the IV in his scalp."
In case you don’t know, All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) 2017, is about to get down in Lagos. The Award is scheduled to hold in Lagos on Sunday, November 12.
Both Davido and Wizkid are nominated in the “Best Male Act ” category of the award.
As you all know, this award will play a huge part in the scoreboard of both acts in their supremacy battle.
An emotional Neymar on Friday called for an end to "false stories" about his alleged frosty relations with Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery and striker Edinson Cavani. "I want to ask you to stop creating stories which are not true," Neymar told a press conference following Brazil's 3-1 international friendly victory over Japan in Lille, before leaving in tears. "I want to say what I think. I'm totally realistic and what I don't like is these false stories about me, there is nothing bothering me at my club.
We are glad to hear that the africa no1 blogger is 2weeks pregnant, this was confirmed by one of the doctors in the Gbagada General Hospital on the 9th of November, 2017.
While we heard about the good news, we visited the blogger in her condo to confirm from her and she stated "Yes it's true that I am pregnant, and I went through some medicals given to me by my doctor, I am very happy to be a mother"
We asked her if she is ready to disclose the father but she insisted she keep it private for security purpose
Now,we don't really know much about her being in any relationship, but as a mother, who do you think is the father of her baby??
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Friday, November 10, 20170 Comments