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Aboa, Kwasia!-Funny Face goes dirty on baby mama and mother in new video



Funny Face and Vanessa

According to Vanessa, the pregnant baby mama of actor and comedian Funny Face, he has been attacking her on several occasion at the least chance he gets.

Speaking in an interview together with her mother on Ghpage TV, Vanessa mentioned that Funny Face is not the man we see him be on social media.

READ ALSO: He kicked me in the belly a month after C-S delivery- Funny Face’s baby mama

Explaining her statements, Vanessa stated that the comic actor at the least provocation would insult her, the mother and her entire family till he gets ‘satisfied’.

To prove her claims, Vanessa released voice notes of Funny Face seriously and without mincing words insulting her [Vanessa] and her mother. Some of the words used were very harsh.

With no regard for the family, Funny Face aka ‘Kasoa Vandamme’ gave it hard to his mother-In-Law insulting her to the point of describing her private part and calling her names.

READ ALSO: Funny Face’s baby mama gives full details on how she met Maame Yeboah Asiedu


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The mother of Vanessa in the course of the interview remarked that Funny Face has not yet married her daughter even though they have kids.

READ ALSO: Funny Face pulled a gun on me and even shot his dog-Baby Mama

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Lady calls out Chioma after Davido allegedly slid into her DM



A lady identified as Maureen has called out Davido’s fiancee, Chioma to get her man off her DM, after Davido allegedly sent her a message on Instagram.

According to the screenshot which was shared by Instagram blog, Gossipmill, Davido allegedly sent hi to her, with an emoji, and the lady shared the screenshot on her page.

Sharing the screenshot, she called Chef Chi to come and get her man, Davido out of her DM.

This comes after another lady called out Davido for allegedly going out with Eva. Eva however denied the report, saying she was already dating someone else at the time.

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Come and collect your Certificates



The University of Benin, UNIBEN, Edo state has urged the graduates of the University to come and collect their certificates.

Come and collect your Certificates – UNIBEN begs graduates

According to a statement released by the school Registrar, C.I, Ehigiator, keeping of the certificates by the University is costing the institution so much storage money.

Read the statement below:


Office of the Registrar
Our Ref: REG/RO/C.73

Date: 130, November, 2020

The Management of the University of Benin has noted with dismay that many graduates of the University of Benin are yet to collect their certificates, thereby increasing the cost of storage and the burden of preservation of these uncollected certificates.

With a view to reversing this trend, management has resolved as follows:

1. That all graduates of the University, who are yet to collect their certificates, are to do so forthwith or within three months of this notice without a charge.

2. That at the expiration of the three months of grace (15. November, 2020 — 15. February, 2021), the following charges shall be levied for certificates not collected within the period.

0-1 year of graduation FREE
1-5 years of graduation N5,000
6-10 years of graduation N8,000
11-15 years of graduation 12,000
16-20 years of graduation N15,000
21-30 years of graduation 20,000
31 years of graduation and above N25,000

PLEASE note that collection of certificates from the University of Benin is FREE when collected within one year of graduation.

Signed C.I, Ehigiator Ay. Registrar
Ag. Registrar & Secretary to Council CLARKSON I. EHIGIATOR, B.Sc, MPA (Benin)

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Kogi records 20 leprosy cases



 James Azania, Lokoja

TWENTY leprosy cases have been recorded in Kogi State.

The Kogi State Programme Officer, Leprosy Mission  Nigeria (LMN), Mrs. Hannah Fashona, said the new cases were recorded between January and November.

Briefing reporters in Lokoja on Monday at the COVID-19 response palliatives distribution for communities of persons affected by leprosy and disabilities in the state, Fashona, who said the organisation was determined towards ensuring that Nigeria was free from the disease, added that the state referral centre located at Ochadamu in Kogi East had successfully treated patients affected by the disease.

She said it was on record that due to fear and lack of knowledge, over three million people across the globe were living with undiagnosed leprosy and everyday the disease caused more damage to their health, livelihood and future.

The programme officer said more than 600 people are daily diagnosed with leprosy around the world, adding that over 50 of them are children.

Read Also: Minister gives palliatives to Kogi flood victims

She said the Leprosy Mission is embarking on a research to achieve zero leprosy in the world.

Fashona faulted a claim by the Federal Government that Nigeria had attained zero elimination campaign of leprosy.

“The issue in Nigeria is not limited to leprosy alone. The Federal Ministry of Health recently said they have recorded zero elimination campaign of leprosy, whereas, day in day out, we record new cases of which children are largely involved.

“Some of these patients don’t come when it is early, they come when it is either grade one or grade two disabilities. They must have consulted herbalists before somebody will refer them to our referrer centre at Ochadamu, for them to get solution.

“The Federal Government has to come in to achieve that zero elimination campaign. It should not be by lip service,” she said.

Fashona said the LMN would continue to support the people through raising awareness, prevention, treatment and follow-up, so that they could live normal lives among their peers.

She said the palliatives would be distributed to the people living with disabilities.

“Over 80 households across the three senatorial districts will benefit from these palliatives. It will reduce hunger,” she said.

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