Written by Ere-ebi AGEDAH

Clarion Chukwura celebrates Bible School graduation, clocks 56

 

 

BBNaija Season 5: Behold top five emerging favourites

It is still early days to stick a neck out on how the ship of this Season 5 Big Brother Naija will sail. But trust Nigerians with their little patience as they have already started staking their lots on some of the Housemates.

As of July 25, 2020 the five favourites who have been handpicked by Nigerians include; Laycon, Dorathy, Nengi, Ozo and Eric.

Each one of the Housemates attracted the interest of many Nigerians for different reasons.

Laycon has continued to trend on social media more than any other Housemates. He is the first of the lot to be verified on Instagram.

His story is that of grass to grace as he was considered the underdog at the beginning but his palpable intelligence soon shone through to the amazement of many followers of the show.

One person describes him as “Wole Soyinka in Naira Marley’s body” He is a huge prospect and many celebrities have already started pushing him with their resources for the crown.

Next in line is Dorothy, and this delight of a woman has won many hearts with her endowment of erupting twin towers.

Her heavy chest, according to some, is the reason they watch the show, especially the early morning workouts. She’s such an eyeful in the workout outfit, which amplifies her mammoth mammary presence.

Nengi has all the attributes of a winner in the making. Winning the first Head of House is one reason to watch out for her. She’s starting out much like Mercy Lambo with the cute, perky backside which is making headlines already. And her beauty is something that cannot be questioned either.

In comes Ozo who has won many loyalists to his camp over the argument on his fair-complexion. His sense of judgment and social dispositions are key to his game

Lastly but not the least is Eric, a hunk of a man, who has become the toast of the ladies.

 

Holmes, Davido collaborate in new single “Love”

Nigeria’s fast-rising artist, Holmes, currently making waves on social media and radio stations has teamed up with ace musician, Davido to release a hot single titled “Love”.

The collabo with Davido has been hailed as one of the best sounds to come out of the Nigerian music scene in the COVID-19 era.

Davido, in his usual self, sang his heart out to the contagious melody.

Holmes, whose real name is Umughare Prosper, hails from Warri, Delta State. Before this collabo with Davido, Holmes had earlier released a single titled “Break it in January”, produced by Mystro, a leading music producer in the country.

With a widely growing debut music video for the song Magician, the song was produced by Kel-P, while the music video was directed by Legacy Films.

The music video, Magician, is an action-packed video filled with non-stop entertainment. Holmes will be releasing an EP as well as his complete album soon.

The singer hailed to be the next big thing in the African music arena has already featured YCee, Yung6ix and just featured award-winning artist, Davido. “Love”, produced by Speroach is currently making waves in clubs.

Holmes has shown he is a busy and hardworking artist as he just finished shooting the music video for his song featuring Davido which will be out in August. The video was directed by Legacy Films.

 

Marriages should have expiration dates – Toke Makinwa

Toke Makinwa, a Nigerian radio personality, television host, vlogger, lifestyle entrepreneur and author, is of the opinion that marriages should not be allowed to last long, especially when the couples involved are fed up of each other. She made this assertion on Twitter.

In a series of tweets in which the beautiful but controversial social media celebrity wondered why marriages are allowed to last longer than necessary.

Toke wrote “I think marriages should have an expiry and subject to renewal clause after a certain number of years, like the way we renew agreements. People should be allowed to look back on time out in, grade themselves and hit the renewal button if they can still stand each other”……..

Toke Makinwa was born on 3 November 1984, in Lagos state, attended the Federal Government Girls’ College in Oyo state.

Makinwa later attended the University of Lagos, where she earned a BA degree in English and literature.

 

 

Eedris Abdulkareem gives fans fainting tips

‘Jaga jaga’ crooner, Eedris Abdulkareem is surely not happy with political happenings in the country in recent times, but the former Kennis music signee is rather being humorous over the happenings.

In a recent post on his official Instagram page, the Kano state born artist made a mockery of the acting managing director of the Niger Delta Development Commission, Professor Daniel Pondei, who collapsed after being grilled for 45 minutes by the members of the National Assembly, recently.

“How to faint during probing: 1. gently remove your eye glass and put on the table; 2. Bend down and do your eye wan kain wan kain (make funny eye gestures); 3. Be quick to remove any hand that attempts to injure you in the name of resuscitation” Eedris jokes.

In 2004, Abdulkareem released a song, Jaga Jaga, a Yoruba term for shambles, condemning corruption and suffering in Nigeria.

The title track was banned from radio by President Olusegun Obasanjo then but continued to be played in nightclubs.

 

Clarion Chukwura celebrates Bible School graduation, clocks 56

Nollywood actress turned evangelist, Clarion Chukwurah, recently completed Bible school at Life Seminary, Ikorodu, Lagos.

An overjoyed Chukwurah took to her official Facebook page to share the good news with her friends and fans, thanking God for the grace to see it through.

On Instagram, she shared. a photo of herself expressing at the feat, adding that she was able to complete her studies despite all the challenges that were thrown at her.

She wrote: "Thank You, OH LORD, for the Grace to conclude CHRISTIAN MINISTRY SCHOOL today at L.I.F.E SEMINARY inspite of all the fearsome odds and challenges that the enemy of man threw at me to stop me

“Jesus Christ remains faithfully (sic) in my corner."

She gave all glory to God who called, trained and prepared her, and also made it possible for her to conclude her schooling.

 

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