PHOTOS: ACTOR CHINEDU IKEDIEZE WELCOMES A CHILD WITH HIS WIFE!!! UPDATE NOT HIS CHILD (MUST SEE)

Update!!!

We earlier brought you reports about Chinedu Ikedieze who apparently, took to his Instagram to post a picture of a new born child and captioned the picture: 

“UNTO US

A CHILD

IS BORN

#graciousgod”

Everyone thought the actor has welcomed a child with his wife, but no.. It is actually his niece.

The comic was mischievous in sharing the news of the arrival of his niece. The actor initially did not indicate that the baby was his niece and we all believed his wife just gave birth. Hours after congratulatory messages from his fans flooded the comment section of the post, he went to update his post indicating the baby is his niece.

BEFORE the news went viral:

AFTER the news went viral:

Spot the difference?

Aki got married to his wife Nneoma in 2011 and their marriage generated a lot of talks looking at his height and that of his wife. But despite all that, the couple has been enjoying their marital life.

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PHOTOS: MAN VALENTINE ONU SET TO MARRY THE LADY HE MET THROUGH MMM

Man proposes to lady who provided help for him on MMM Facebook user, Valentine Onu is about getting married to a lady who was matched to provide help to him on the money doubling scheme.

Oga Valentine Onu has just taken to facebook to share a good news;

MMM did not stop at pH n gh. I fell in love with a girl I was matched to pay. I made my intention kwn to her, mmmmmmmm am shy to say this………… But the truth is she has come all the way from Ogun to Enugu to see me. And with the little time we spent together she was just excellent. I proposed to her she sayyyyyyyyyyyyy yes. Another MMM wedding rigging. Talk to me directly if you Cares 08068728599. MMM in Enugu soonest than we may think.

PHOTOS: 24-YEAR-OLD MONARCH NDUKA EZEAGWUNA II, CROWNED THE 20TH KING OF ISSELE-UKU, DELTA STATE, RECEIVES STAFF OF OFFICE (MUST SEE)

The Delta State Governor, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, has sued for peace in order to allow for development in the state.

The governor made this plea on Thursday in Issele-Uku, Aniocha North Local Government Area of the state while presenting the staff of office to the Obi of Issele-Uku, Obi Nduka Ezeagwuna.

Okowa, while presenting the state of office to the 24-year-old monarch, emphasised the need for peaceful co-existence among the people of the area.

He was represented by the state Deputy Governor, Kingsley Otuaro.

The governor said there was no way a community without peace could achieve any meaningful development.

He called on those who were having disputes to settle them and embrace peace in the interest of progress and sustainability of development.

While congratulating the Obi on his ascension to the throne of his late father, Okowa urged him to rule his people with the fear of God, noting that Issele-Uku kingdom had been blessed to have good kings who listened to their people.

He said, “I know as you ascend the throne today, there will be lots of challenges but you must listen to your people, adopt their culture, and they will be proud of you at all times.”

Okowa warned the people against indulging in acts capable of bringing disgrace to the king and the entire community.

The governor thanked the people for their support for his administration, and assured them that he was working hard to bring prosperity and dividend of democracy to all Deltans.

In his remarks, Ezeagwuna thanked the people of Issele-Uku, the Omo Noba Nedo, Uku Akpolokpolo, Oba Ewuare II, the Oba of Benin, for the opportunity given to him to undergo an eye-opening orientation towards assuming the throne.

The monarch explained that the Issele-Uku royal succession process bequeathed to the people by their forebears, was well defined.

He said, “It takes a man of noble spirit to respect and abide by the process.”

The coronation ceremony was witnessed by a large crowd from all walks of life, including some of the monarch’s lecturers from the University of Ibadan, where he graduated in Petroleum Engineering.

PHOTOS: COME AND SEE THE OUTFIT THIS “14” YEAR OLD GIRL WORE TO HER BIRTHDAY PARTY (MUST SEE)

According to the Twitter user who shared the photo and wished her Cousin Sada James a happy birthday, According to her her cousin sada is celebrating her 14th year Birthday.

Some sources are saying the Girl is older than 14 that she is 19

But is this even appropriate for a girl her age?

NIGERIAN GUY, TUNDE POSTS NAKED PHOTO OF HIMSELF ON FACEBOOK WISHING HIS FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR (MUST SEE)

In yet another controversial post made on social media, a Facebook user identified only as, Etz Ewartunday (Its Ewa Tunde), has shared a totally n*ked photo of himself to wish his friends a happy new year.

The young man was pictured in his birthday suit with only a throw-pillow covering his manhood as he chills in his sitting room staring at the camera.

The photo which emerged online some hours ago, is currently making rounds on social media and has generated alot of mixed reactions and criticisms from netizens.

PHOTOS: ACTOR CHINEDU IKEDIEZE WELCOMES A CHILD WITH HIS WIFE (MUST SEE)

Nollywood comic actor, Chinedu Ikedieze AKA Aki and wife Nneoma

Nwaijah just welcomed a child.

The couple got married in 2011 and have just welcomed their first child. He shared the photo on his Instagram page and said;

UNTO US

A CHILD

IS BORN

#graciousgod

President Muhammadu Buhari’s New Year Message To Nigerians

MY NEW YEAR MESSAGE TO NIGERIANS, JANUARY 1, 2017

My dear Compatriots,

I am happy to welcome you to the beginning of a New Year in our beloved country Nigeria.

I felicitate with you today at a time when our nation is witnessing a new and impressive turnaround in our security and socio-economic situation.

I know you will join me to, once again, congratulate the heroic and gallant efforts of our military and other security agencies on their remarkable successes to rid the nation of terrorism. Following the successful capture of Sambisa Forest, spearheaded by troops of Operation Lafiya Dole, we have entered a new phase in our battle against our common enemy, Boko Haram.

When we see our beloved 21 Chibok girls reuniting with their families and community for Christmas, it gives us the hope that those who are still in captivity will one day return to the loving arms of family, friends and well-wishers.

I urge all Nigerians to be on the alert and watch out for strange figures settling in their communities, and report to the nearest security agencies, as our armed forces intensify the pursuit of fleeing terrorists from the captured Sambisa Forest.

Misguided elements who decided to take up arms against constituted authorities must be brought to face the full weight of the law.

The support of all Nigerians to security agencies to enable them successfully execute their mandate is crucial in our bid to effectively secure our country.

Seeing the joyful return of thousands of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) to Damasak town in Borno State, following the reopening of Maiduguri/Gubio/Damasak road in Northern Borno on December 25, 2016, reassured us that the voluntary return of IDPs in other parts of the country is imminent.

The Federal Government will spare no effort in seeing to the resettlement and rehabilitation of the unfortunate victims of terrorism and insurgency. I urge state governments, privileged Nigerians, donor agencies and countries to redouble their contributions towards this goal.

Government is aware of some mistakes and wrongdoings in handling the affairs of IDPs. We are taking measures to correct those mistakes and punish the culprits.

In this New Year, I want to reassure all Nigerians that our defence and security forces are more than ever before ready to perform their constitutional role of protecting lives and property in the country; and we will surely overcome all other forms of security challenges.

The lingering security issues in several states will be frontally addressed. These ugly crises cannot be allowed to fester as they strain the unifying bonds of brotherhood and neighbourliness.

Some sections of the press and some politicians should avoid provocative and inflammatory statements, while the government is painstakingly trying to find solutions to our challenges.

I want to remind you on the first day of this New Year of an African proverb that says “it is easy to break a broomstick but not a bunch”. Nigeria is a bunch and is more than equal to troublemakers.

I have interacted with a broad spectrum of Nigerians, the old and the young, and they have told me unequivocally that they believe in the unity and stability of Nigeria.

The year 2017 provides an opportunity for us to build on those aspects of our national life that unite us. We are courageous, hardworking, hospitable, steadfast and resilient people, even in the face of difficulties.

These are the attributes that define us and have for years confounded the pessimists who do not believe in our continued existence as a united and indivisible nation. We are a remarkable nation that has succeeded in harnessing our multiple diversities for national development. We must continue to support and tolerate one another and live together as one.

We will continue to pursue peace initiatives in the Niger Delta as I again, call on our brothers in that region who have taken to violent disruptions of economic infrastructure to come to the negotiating table.

As for our brothers and sisters of the Shia Community, we urge them, too, to embrace peace. They must accept the laws of the country they live in. They cannot be islands by themselves. At the same time, the law enforcement agencies must treat them humanely and according to the rule of law.

On our part, in the past 20 months since our inauguration on May 29, 2015, we have focused our energies to turn around the economy, create jobs, fight corruption, and transform agriculture to replace oil and gas as a major revenue earner for the nation. I am encouraged that we are getting things right.

The agricultural revolution has begun. Farmers in different parts of the country are experiencing bumper harvests; states are getting into strategic partnership towards attaining self-sufficiency in rice, and the era of over-dependence on oil for foreign exchange revenues is gradually waning.

I am optimistic that the CHANGE we all yearned for in voting this administration to power in 2015 will manifest more and be sustained in different sectors, particularly agriculture, in 2017.

As you may be aware, our economic recovery and growth plan in 2017 is anchored on optimizing the use of local content and empowering local businesses. In pursuit of this administration’s philosophy, we will continue to appeal that we buy “Made In Nigeria” goods. Like I said during the 2017 Budget presentation to the National Assembly, farmers, small and medium-sized manufacturers, agro-allied businesses, dressmakers, entertainers and technology start-ups, will remain the true drivers of our economic future. They are the engine of our economic recovery and their needs underpin our Economic Recovery and Growth Plan.

On job creation, this administration will sustain existing programmes aimed at lifting a vast number of our youth out of poverty, while at the same time creating the opportunities for people to fend for themselves.

Our determination to wrestle corruption to the ground remains unshaken. This fight, which will be guided by respect for the rule of law and due process, will not spare anybody or organ of government.

It is a collective undertaking and resolve that must be seen to its logical conclusion in spite of certain distractions. The fate of our country lies partly in the success of this campaign. It will be unthinkable on my part to allow the boat of this crucial campaign promise capsize mid-stream.

I thank you for the public support for our administration’s efforts to transform Nigeria. I assure you again that the current pains are temporary and will ease when the economic seeds in gestation begin to bloom to fruition. I urge you to continue to support this administration in its effort to transform Nigeria for the good of all.

I wish you a Happy New Year, 2017.

MUHAMMADU BUHARI

President, Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Pastor E. A Adeboye Releases 9 Prophecies For 2017 (Must See)

Pastor Adeboye said the prophetic word for 2017 is surprise. See his 9 prophecies below:

For Nigeria

1. 2017 will be a year of surprises both for the oppressed and the oppressor. Surprise is a two edged sword

2. Those deliberately making life for the common man will be relocated

3. The downward plunge will slow down, stop and reversal will begin

For individuals

4. It will be a year of surprises

5. For prophets both true and false it will be a year of surprises

6. There will be quite a large number of weddings

7. Soul winners will see their prophecies fulfilled almost as soon they are uttered

At the international scene

8. There will be surprises for many world governments

9. They are coming in twos: monster earthquakes, monster floods, hurricanes and typhoons, monster tornadoes and monster fire outbreaks

‘Happy New Year to my Enemies who fought me and lost so badly’ – Donald Trump Tweets

President-elect of the US, Donald Trump has published a New Year’s Eve message for all, including his haters, on Twitter.

I’m no expert, but this might be his pettiest tweet yet.

The message starts off with a stereotypically presidential tone. “Happy New Year to all,” he says. How nice, how magnanimous! But, of course, Trump doesn’t stop there.

“Happy New Year to all, including to my many enemies and those who have fought me and lost so badly they just don’t know what to do. Love!” he writes, in what seems to be a jab at Hillary Clinton, his opponents in the Republican primary, and all those who worked to prevent him from ascending to power in 2016.

For many people, a new year represents an opportunity to start fresh, to forgive transgressions from the year past, and to resolve to be a better person. With Trump, though, it seems we can expect more of the same: overt attempts at mocking his dissenters and furthering the divide among citizens in the country he is soon to work for. Love!

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