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Baba Suwe Backs To Nigeria In Good Health

Babatunde Omidina, veteran actor better known as Baba Suwe, has returned to Nigeria following the completion of his treatment at an undisclosed hospital in Rhode Island, United States.

Yomi Fabiyi, film producer and colleague of the 61-year-old Yoruba veteran movie star, announced his return in an official statement on Instagram.

“Baba Suwe leaves Hospital in Rhode Island, United States of America and now back in Nigeria. He will continue his final recovery at home,” Yomi wrote.

“Without going into individual details, on behalf of Baba Suwe and his family, I want to thank everyone for playing a vital role. Hopefully, his health restores to full capacity in no distance time, so as to enable him to return to the screen.”

“With tears of joy and gratitude, he sends his sincere heartfelt appreciation to you all. This update should be the near-final public information I will be supplying on this matter.

“I must thank you all (Nollywood Artists, fans and well-wishers especially) for trusting me to give you required updates on this, much valued. I shall lose no time to supply any further or additional vital information if and when needed in the future.”

Court Sacks Regina Daniel’s Husband As Senator

An appeal court in Abuja has sacked Ned Nwoko as the senator representing Delta-north.

Nwoko was pronounced senator after an Abuja high court sacked Peter Nwaoboshi , a serving senator, as the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the October 2 primary election that held in Delta.

The 59-year-old politician had filed a suit challenging the election of Nwaoboshi who won the primary and went ahead to clinch the senatorial seat.

The high court held that Nwaoboshi was not the duly elected candidate of the PDP in the primary election and directed the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to publish the name of Nwoko as PDP candidate.

INEC subsequently withdrew the certificate of return given Nwaoboshi and gave same to Nwoko.

Unsatisfied, Nwaobishi appealed the judgment before a court of higher jurisdiction.

Ruling on the case on Thursday, the appellate court held that the initial case filed by Nwoko before the high court is statute barred as it exceeded 14 days from the time of the incidence that birthed the suit.

It added that the lower court lacked jurisdiction to entertain the matter in the first place.

“As at the time the matter was instituted at the Federal High Court, the case was statute barred. We set aside the decision of the Federal High Court and strike out the case,” the court ruled.

Following the development, Nwaobishi will return as senator for Delta-north.
Nwoko was in the news recently over his planned marriage to Regina Daniels, an 18-year-old Nollywood actress.

Davido compensates Tout Beaten for Disrespecting Wizkid with 1 million Naira

Davido has offered N1m to a ‘street tout’ identified as Shoki Shitta, who was beaten for disrespecting Wizkid and trailing his sister to their fast food.

Shoki Shitta had slammed Wizkid last week for not settling them when he came to Shitta in Surulere.

The street tout who told his gang members playing a Wizkid song to switch to Davido, praised Davido as he slammed Wizkid for giving money to someone else during his visit.

Shoki Shitta who claimed they were given lots of money when Davido shot a video in Shitta with US rapper, Cassanova, further stated that Wizkid is no longer a member of the hood.

However the street tout got more than he bargained for after he tailed Wizkid to his sister’s shop, shortly after the singer turned up with a top member of his hood, Baruwa Shitta.

Davido who watched a video of Shoki Shitta being beaten for disrespecting Wizkid, told his manager Lati to give him N1m for all his trouble.

‘I want to make Sugar Mummy a positive term’ – Teni

A popular Nigerian singer has recently been recognized by international publishing house Vogue Magazine, after getting featured in an article where she speaks about her latest music single.

The talented singer Teniola Apata, popularly known by her stage name Teni, was filled with excitement as she shared the news of her Vogue feature with fans and followers on social media.

In the article, the much loved songstress talked to Vogue’s fashion news director, Chioma Nnadi, about her latest music single, Sugar Mummy; a song which has been a favourite listening choice for lovers of her kind of music.

Teni revealed that the song was inspired by the need to change people’s perception, particularly Nigerians, about who a sugar mummy is.

Many people often use the term to describe rich older woman who are romantically involved with young men, who they often attract with their wealthy status. But for the Uyo Meyo crooner, she expressed that she wants females described with the term to be seen as strong women who look good and are proud to be different.

“I want to make Sugar Mummy a positive term. She is a woman with swag, who looks good, who is proud to be different.” she said.

Speaking on her sense of style, the singing star divulged that she does not want to conform to the stereotype that women have to be feminine. She expressed that no one should get to choose how she lives her life.

Teni said: “There’s an assumption that women have to look a certain way to be feminine, but I don’t want to conform to that stereotype. My thing is this: You don’t get to decide how I choose to live my life. I’m being me, respect that.”

On how she has been able to use her influence to help, Teni recounted an incident with one of her Instagram followers who was on the verge of taking her life.

“This girl was on the verge of taking her life, so I immediately got her number and reached out to her. She explained that watching my funny Instagram videos had kept her going. It was in that moment that I realized how powerful my influence can be. If I can be a source of hope and joy to somebody, then I’m doing something right.” she said .

Nigerians slams Davido as he opens Page to troll Osun governor

Nigerian music star, David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido, has been slammed by Nigerians following a page he opened on Twitter to troll Osun state governor, which he named ‘Oyetola Must Go’.

Davido whose uncle, Isiaka Adeleke was declared the winner at by an election Tribunal sitting in Osogbo took to social media to lunch ‘Operation Oyetola Must Go’ in an attempt to express his dissatisfaction as Oyetola still continue to rule Osun after the court verdict.

He says as seen on the new page that it is for democracy to prevail in the country and urged Nigerians to like the page.

However, Nigerians has reacted to his post and advised him to choose either music or politics.

A Twitter user @cbngov_akin1, said Davido should be synonymously means a dull boy.

@Kingbukky rally round Davido and question what Gboyega Oyetola is still doing in the State House after been asked to vacate office by court of law.

@IamNorth finished Davido and said he is senseless.

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