Actor, Gbenro Ajibade, took to his Instastories this evening, to wish his ex-wife, Osas Ighodaro, a happy birthday.
The actress turned a year older today October 26.
Osas and Gbenro got married in 2015 and welcomed their daughter, Azariah, in 2016. In December 2019, Gbenro revealed that he and Osas are divorced.
Migos’ Offset was detained on Saturday, October 24, in Beverly Hills following an incident that involved Trump supporters who were marching in the area.
Although the video shows rapper Offset, née Kiari Kendrell Cephus being pulled out from his vehicle by policemen, authorities say he was not arrested, reversing course after earlier confirming the arrest.
In a clip shared online, an officer can be heard asking him to step out of the vehicle. “I’m not doing that, I’m not doing that. Because you’ve got guns out,” Offset says, with the officer replying, “That’s my choice.”
Nigerian Singer, Seun Kuti has called on the federal government to grant the request of #EndSARS protesters and not make decisions like they have the trust of the masses.
Seun Kuti made this call while speaking of Channels TV’s “Sunday Politics” programme.
Commenting on the federal government’s claim of meeting all the request of the young protesters and calling for an end to the protest, the singer stated that the government does not fully get what is being demanded and what the protest is about.
“This government should not act as if people trust them. They should not wear that toga for themselves. That is what I am saying.
“People should not sit in their high offices in Abuja. Bring yourself off your high horse. Come and relate with the people that just voted for you. Come and really hear what is going on.
“They have done judicial enquiry against SARS two years ago, what came out of it? It was this same government.”
On claims of the protest being hijacked, Seun Kuti said;
“Don’t feel victimized, don’t think there is somebody trying to get you. No. These are your people trying to talk to you.
“This is actually a moment that we can actually build a bridge (between the government and the people), but they don’t want to hear that.”
American singer, Kodak Black has been transferred from Kentucky prison where he claimed he was being tortured to USP Thomson, a high-security prison in Illinois.
Kodak’s attorney, Bradford Cohen confirmed the development weeks after the rapper filed a lawsuit against the Federal Bureau of Prisons for alleged torture, claiming his life was a living hell at the Kentucky prison.
TMZ reported that the rapper was transferred from Big Sandy to FTC Oklahoma City on October 5, 2 weeks after he filed his lawsuit.
Recall that Kodak was sentenced to more than three years in federal prison after pleading guilty to weapons charges stemming from his arrest just before a scheduled concert performance in May 2019.
Nigerians in France staged an #EndSARS protest today October 16.
The Nigerians gathered in front of the Nigerian Embassy at the Victor Hugo area of Paris, capital of France, to demand an end to police brutality and human rights abuses by the police. They carried different placards with inscriptions like End SWAT, End Police Brutality.