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What you should know about Margaret Idahosa, Africa’s first female Archbishop


You cannot write the history of pentecostalism in Africa without mentioning the name Idahosa. Today the late Archbishop Benson Idahosa is a household name, he was a charistmatic preacher and founder of Church of God Mission International. After he died in 1998, his wife the iconic Margaret Idahosa continued his legacy.

On Sunday, she celebrated her 75th birthday and it was fanfare. Idahosa is not just Africa’s first female archbishop, she is also the Chancellor of Benson Idahosa University.

She was inducted into the ministry on 24 May 1983 and became a Bishop on 5 April 1998. She is also a writer with many books under her name.

She has openly admitted that she is fulfilled because she is doing what God ased her to do and her children are in the ministry.

Idahosa has four biological children and three adopted children. At 75, she still remains strong and healthy.



Falz “Child of The World” is a powerful masterpiece


In 309 seconds, Falz delivered a powerful masterpiece. He passed along three important messages that young girls across Africa need to learn.

Featuring popular actress Toyin Abraham and Bamike Olawunmi, Child of the World is absolutely genius.

Shola’s story is a reflection of our present society’s decadence and the victims of realities that are beyond their control.

Shola’s intention was not to become an aristo girl, she just wanted to make some money and support her mum. Uncle Peter took advantage of her and that opened up an untamable beast and this led to several abortions and eventually HIV.

In a bid to find the easy way out, Shola almost killed herself but she found the courage to tell the world her story and share lessons she paid a huge price to learn.

The first time I listened to the song, I argued that it is not realistic because I know many aristo girls that are happily married and their husbands know nothing about their past.

They drive the biggest cars, married the richest guys, live a good life and from the outside, there are absolutely no consequences.

But hey, it is not the same narrative. Some are not so lucky, some lose their lives in the process, some suffer from infertility because of a botched abortion they did a few years back. It is all about the narrative and Shola’s story is a striking example of the consequences of things going wrong.

Her father left, her mum raised her to be a trophy daughter and one day changed her life, from then on she made a choice that almost cost her soul then she found the courage to tell her story.

This masterpiece that could have only come from Falz the Bahd guy himself teaches us three lessons which are rolled at the end of the video.

Rape is a wicked act and should never be condoned, the victim is never at fault

HIV/AIDS is not a death sentence

Suicide is never the answer, let your situation make you better, not bitter

Speak up


Tonto Dikeh to Launch Youth Empowerment Startup Fund Initiative


Popular Actress, Tonto Dikeh has announced the latest initiative of the Tonto Dikeh Foundation, Youth Empowerment Startup Fund Initiative.

The initiative which will be launched officially on the 27th will give out funds  of N500,000 to 20 businesses every year.

The 2018 theme is #SEED– Small Enterprise Empowerment & Development, every six months

Tonto Dikeh who made this announcement via her Instagram Story insisted she was very excited about the project.

Adesua Etomi stikes an alluring pose for Genevieve Magazine July Cover



Adesua Etomi Wellington graced the cover of Genevieve Magazine July Edition and she was absolutely stunning.

I really loved the cover of the digital edition.

In an Instagram post, the magazine wrote The life of an actor is very unpredictable. One moment you are riding high on the frequency of acting jobs that you are booking, the next you’re two full months into a drought – no auditions, no booked roles. It lifts you up and can very quickly humble you. But what if you’re just consistently booking increasingly significant roles?
In this issue our Cover Girl @adesuaetomi, shares her thoughts on married life, space
travel and so much more!

Adesua Etomi is a Nihgerian actress. She starred in her first feature film Knocking On Heaven’s Door.

She also won the Best Actress in A Drama award at the 2016 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards for her role in the 2015 romantic drama film Falling.

She is married to popular singer Bankole Wellington.

Cardi B shows off custom made baby crib


Cardi B recently showed off a custom made baby crib for her new baby girl Kulture.

The crib which was gifted to Cardi and Offset by the rapper PreMadonna is not only gigantic, it is draped with  white and gold.

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The crib was designed by Kapesh Designs who wrote

Thank you @offsetyrn & @premadonna87 for this wonderful opportunity of making a beautiful custom crib for baby Kulture @iamcardib … I have one more custom white bed in stock order today ! #cardib #Kulture #offset #cardifans #cribs

Kylie Jenner covers Forbes August Edition


Kylie Jenner is well on track to become the youngest self-made billionaire ever, ahead of even Mark Zuckerberg, who became a billionaire at age 23.

She built a $900 million fortune in less than 3 years. This Self Made Woman is gracing Forbes August edition.

The magazine wrote “Just 20 when this story publishes (she’ll turn 21 in August) and an extremely young mother (she had baby daughter Stormi in February), Jenner runs one of the hottest makeup companies ever. Kylie Cosmetics launched two years ago with a $29 “lip kit” consisting of a matching set of lipstick and lip liner, and has sold more than $630 million worth of makeup since, including an estimated $330 million in 2017.

Even using a conservative multiple, and applying our standard 20% discount, Forbes values her company, which has since added other cosmetics like eye shadow and concealer, at nearly $800 million. Jenner owns 100% of it.”

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Prince Louis will be christened in St James’s Palace today


Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Prince Louis will be christened in St James’s Palace today.

A select number  of royals are expected to attend the ceremony which will held at the 16th century St James’s Palace.

Prince Philip and Prince Charles, Kate’s parents, Carole and Michael Middleton will also be attending, as well as Prince Louis’ godparents, who have not being officially announced.

Built in 1536, St James Palace has a long history having housed several royals throughout centuries since the reign of King Henry VIII.

Queen Victoria married Prince Albert on the very steps of the palace in 1840.

Baby Louis is the third child of Prince William and Kate Middleton. His uncle, Prince Harry spent £8,000 ( about N4m) on first edition Winnie The Pooh as a gift for Prince Louis’ christening today.

Rita Dominic and Nike Davies-Okundaye join other celebrities in welcoming French President to New Afrika Shrine


Rita Dominic and Nike Davies-Okundaye are among the celebrities who are welcoming French president, Emmanuel Macron to the New Afrika Shrine in Lagos.

Rita wowed in her Ankara and Nike Okundaye, the owner of Nike Art Gallary stunned the audience in her usual authentic head gear.

Macron is the first “real president” to enter a venue synonymous with marijuana smoke, sexy backup dancers and protest music.

New Afrika Shrine located in  Lagos district of Ikeja replaced Fela Kuti’s original club that burnt down in 1977.

Head of the TRACE media and entertainment group and organiser of the event Macron will attend, Olivier Laouchez said “The Shrine is a must-see place.”

Popular singer, Banky W is the host at the event which is also sponsored by Ecobank.

Wole Soyinka was also seen entering the shrine at the time of this report.

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