Spaceship Entertainment presents the official music video to “Boshe Nlo” taken off Burna Boy’s previously released “Redemption” EP.
His arrival to the family brought so much joy but he was lost to the cold hands of death a year after.
Demilade was only a year old and the first child of his parents with no sense of direction or independence.
He could not differentiate between good or bad; sweet or bitter; right or wrong.
His parents, Mr and Mrs Debowale must have looked forward to the day Demilade will utter his first word.
Perhaps he would have called his dad dada or his mum mama and his parents would have been so proud of him.
His dad could have also looked forward to the day he would take him on his first bicycle ride; enrol him in school and watch him grow into a man.
His parents’ expectations were however cut short when innocent Demilade crawled to a container of soap belonging to his mother, put some in his mouth and died later in the hospital.
Demilade’s mother produces locally made soap in their residence at 13, Elegbede Street, Off Airforce Base, Shasha area of Lagos State.
On this fateful day according to the father, Demilade’s mother went out briefly while he was left with the sole responsibility of watching the baby.
A little sleep, a little slumber and tragedy struck.
Demilade, who probably has seen his mother at the soap corner of the apartment severally, crawled to the spot in search of his mother, found a container with soap making materials and put some in his mouth.
The father, who said he was woken up by his baby’s cry, rushed him to Bee Hees Hospital in Akowonjo, Egbeda.
Demilade was pronounced dead few hours later after effort by the medical personnel to revive him failed.
A neighbour, identified as Reuben said the mother cried uncontrollably after she was informed of what happened to her baby.
Demilade’s body has been deposited in the mortuary.
Last week Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey sparked rumors they were back together after they were spotted having dinner together three nights in a row. Maybe that is not happening as Nick was spotted with another one of his exes, Christina Millian. The two were spotted leaving Sugarfish in LA.
Nick and Christina dated for nearly two years after meeting on the set of Love Don’t Cost a Thing back in 2003 and broke up after Nick Cannon cheated.
He shared photos with LAWMA workers, on the bridge with a Lagosia and lots more. He wrote;
“Filming on the Oshodi interchange was vibrant & bustling. Lots of people on the move. #RichardQuestinNigeria
NOW seeing the real Lagos. Wonderful to be out meeting Nigerians. I’ve been overwhelmed with the friendliness. #RichardQuestinNigeria
Busy filming around Lagos today. I’ll be tweeting my early thoughts on being back in Nigeria after 10 years away… #RichardQuestinNigeria”
The veteran anchor also met with Nike Davies-Okundaye, founder of Nike art gallery, in Lagos and for the interview, he wore an Agbada.
Even though the current Ooni being a younger King is embracing a more social role, making friends with public figure and all.
For some reason, the Oba of Lagos is not interested in greeting the Ooni of Ife. “Igba keji Orisa” (The second in command to the gods). Watch the video below;
The Oba of Lagos publicly humiliating the Ooni of Ife. Why? What happened? pic.twitter.com/dDtc0Zoftp
— T. Rankïn' (@AfroVII) April 25, 2017
Continuing in her chat with LIB, Nigerian nudist and singer, Maheeda, has revealed an interesting thing about herself. The Edo-born singer disclosed that she loves masturbating.
‘I like to masturbate too. You know my husband is not always around, he’s a businessman so most of the time I’m alone. For instance, I’ve been in Nigeria alone for about 2-months and I’ve been masturbating the hell out of myself’ she said.
She also talked about her sex life;
‘I always say I love sex, I’m addicted to sex but honestly, I can do it anytime as much as 6 times in a day as far as there is food and a little bit of drink (laughs)’.
When asked if she uses a intimacy gadget, she said;
‘I love to use my hands, It’s more sexy and sensitive that way but don’t get me wrong, I’m straight, I’m married to a man’.
A controversial South Africa-based Malawian pastor, Shepard Bushiri, popularly addressed as the Major One has introduced an anointed pregnancy test to his congregants.
Bushiri said the anointed pregnancy test will help his female members to know the man who got them pregnant.
Major One made the shocking revelation during an interview on top radio station, Mpumalanga FM yesterday.
He also warned about the terrors of invisible men known as “spiritual husbands” that stalk ordinary people’s houses, sleeping with both men and women.
The father of the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), His Royal Highness, Eze Israel Kanu has rejected the bail conditions given by Justice Binta Nyako of the Abuja High Court to free his son, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
Eze Kanu who was flanked by his wife, Ugoeze Sally Kanu said this while speaking to reporters at Isiama Afaraukwu, Umuahia North Council, saying his son should be released unconditionally.
According to the monarch, “the bail conditions was like giving something with one hand and taking it with the other hand.
“The IPOB leader must be set free without any condition attached.
“The federal government should release my son unconditionally. The world should judge if the bail conditions are proper,” the monarch said.
Eze Kanu wondered why Justice Nyako asked the IPOB leader to produce a Jewish leader as surety.
Singer David Adedeji Adeleke, popularly known by his stage name, Davido, has described some members of his family as traitors.
The musician said this on Tuesday via his SnapChat account while reacting to the death of his uncle, Senator Isiaka Adeleke.
Davido, who appeared obviously outraged said those behind his uncle’s death knew themselves adding that Osun state will never be the same.
The singer has also cancelled Osun from his tour of the country.
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Tunji Adeleke, son of late Senator Isiaka Adeleke has said that his father was not sick before his death.
Reacting to his father’s death, the younger Adeleke his father was killed because he wanted to become the next governor of Osun in 2018.
Angered by the development, Tunji said people were jealous of his dad’s power, position and money which they wanted at all cost.
Senator Adeleke died on Sunday after he was rushed to the hospital.
Before his death, he was the Senator representing Osun West and was also the state’s first civilian governor.
Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has rejected the bail granted to him on Tuesday.
A source close to him told DAILY POST exclusively that Kanu had vowed to remain in Kuje prisons with his co-accused persons.
The Biafra agitator was granted bail on health grounds by Justice Binta Nyako. ?However, bail was refused his co-accused persons – Mazi Chidiebere Onwudiwe, Mazi Benjamin Madubugwu and David Nwawuisi.
According to the top source, who put a call across to DAILY POST, ?”I just finished speaking with Kanu. He has vowed to remain at Kuje prisons pending when his co-accused persons are granted bail.
“He made it clear that these other three persons were arrested because of him (Nnamdi) and as such he can’t abandon them there.
“Nnamdi Kanu has, therefore, made it clear that he is ready to stay and die at Kuje Prisons.”
Meanwhile, IPOB has reacted to the bail conditions, describing them as childish.
In a statement by the Media and Publicity Secretary of the group, Comrade Emma Powerful, he said the bail conditions were designed by politicians.
The statement reads:? “The indigenous people of Biafra, IPOB and it’s leadership worldwide commend those who put pressure on Nigerian Government and her judiciary to release our leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, who has been in detention illegally since October 2015.
“The bail conditions which are most probably designed by politicians who are afraid of our leader’s popularity is too inhuman, childish and stringent.
“The oppressors are afraid of leader’s popularity and they hope to cage him through this funny bail condition, we are not excited, we demand the release of our members detained alongside him.
“It is unacceptable to the entire members of IPOB worldwide that the presiding judge Hon. Justice Binta Nyako attached condition towards the release of our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
“The Federal Government and their judiciary through justice Binta Nyako banned Mazi Nnamdi Kanu not to grant press interview, not to sit with more than 10 people or have any gathering.
“However, granting conditional release to our is unacceptable to us because he committed any crime against humanity or Nigerian state, we wondered why Binta Nyako would prefer to attach conditional release him.
“Again, justice Binta Nyako refused to grant Mazi Chidiebere Onwudiwe, Mazi Benjamin Madubugwu and David Nwawuisi bail who has been detained with our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu since almost two years.
“We also thank the civilise Nations in United Nations, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, American Government, Israeli Government, Russian Government, European Union and others who prevail upon the Nigerian Government and her judiciary to grant our leader bail.
“We also want them to pressure on Nigerian Government and her judiciary to release other three members who are still in Kuje prison Abuja.”
— CNN Newsroom (@CNNnewsroom) April 25, 2017
“I know from personal experience, and I think the thousands of women who have worked with and for my father for decades when he was in the private sector are a testament to his belief and solid conviction in the potential of women and their ability to do the job as well as any man,” she replied. Following the panel, she will tour Siemens Technik Akademie, where she will speak with program apprentices.