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Actress Uche Elendu recounts near-death experience as she celebrates her daughter on her birthday



Nollywood actress, Uche Elendu has recounted the near-death experience she and her first daughter had on the day of delivery as she marked the girl’s birthday.

Chizuterem turns 12 today and Uche shared photos of her on Instagram to celebrate her.

Her caption on the photos reads:

Happy Birthday to the Love of my Life, my big baby, my first fruit, my bunch of talents, the destined Star, my pride,
By this time 12 years ago I was fighting a battle with principalities and powers, fighting with dead people I recognized, the doctors and nurses had lost hope, only the Lord could possibly have saved me and brought me back after 5 hours, Thanks to my doctor that dropped his surgical equipments and picked up his bible and started praying in the theater @uzomaosuji God bless you sir that’s why when I praise God, I do it without caring where I am and who is watching, theres nothing that can move me, cos I have been in the war front and my Warrior, the strongest and mighty man in Battle delivered me, this big baby came out breathless and it took an angel in the body of a nurse to breathe life into her.. Chizuterem you are a child of Destiny, the greatness and mantle you carry is Above me, The lord will satisfy you with long life, prosperity, wisdom, knowledge, understanding, favour and salvation and the grace to carry your mantle of Greatness. Go forth my child, You are Unshakable! Soar like an eagle for heaven has blessed you. My 11 11 baby the World will celebrate you and your name will be heard for good all over the world. Happy Birthday my beautiful daughter. I love you.
11 – 11 – 20- 20. Special date with a Special Blessing

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Dangote Waiver: Nigeria Is Rigged In Favour Of The Well-Connected, Says Atedo Peterside



Dangote Waiver: Nigeria Is Rigged In Favour Of The Well-Connected, Says Atedo Peterside

Atedo Peterside

The president and founder of Anap Foundation, Atedo Peterside has reacted to the decision of the federal government to allow Aliko Dangote and his company, Dangote Cement export goods.

He expressed that the Nigerian economy is rigged in favour of a handful of well-connected people.

Peterside was reacting to news that the federal government has granted Dangote Cement a waiver to export cement through the closed land borders.

Also Read: ‘$3M Is A Lot Of Money Even For Dangote’, Gimba Kakanda Knocks Davido

He wrote on his Twitter page:

“Allowing legitimate exporters & importers to move their goods across the border should be a no-brainer,” Peterside, who is also the founder of Stanbic IBTC Bank, wrote in a tweet.

“Why refuse everybody else & allow only one company (Dangote)? This is why some of us argue that the Nigerian economy is rigged in favour of a handful of well-connected persons.”

The post Dangote Waiver: Nigeria Is Rigged In Favour Of The Well-Connected, Says Atedo Peterside appeared first on Information Nigeria.

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How Ginimbi allegedly joined the Illuminati and took people to die with him



New reports have alleged that late socialite, Ginimbi was allegedly part of the Illuminati and he allegedly planned his own death.

This was alleged by popular Nigerian journalist, Kemi Olunloyo who claimed that the late socialite planned his own death and took people with him.

“A Lot of you heard recently about Ginimbi Kadungure, a Zimbabwean socialite. Ginimbi was known well in Zimbabwe with his nice exotic cars and everything.

A video was shown of him minutes before he died heading to the club and he was really happy and telling people what’s gonna happen and all that. Some of you found out Ginimba had a casket in his house that he bought a week before his death. It seems that nobody understands the concept of the Illuminati here…….”

Listen to her voice note below;

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All that Has Happened Since the End of the #EndSARS Protests



It’s barely a month since the #EndSARS protests started and over 2 weeks since the #LekkiMassacre, but a lot has happened since then. For one, Nigerians seem to have been discouraged a little bit, but they are still committed to their fight for a better Nigeria. The youths have also made promises to get their PVCs and participate actively in citizenry henceforth. In fact, there have been talks and WhatsApp broadcasts of a Youth Democratic Party (YDP).

But it’s not just Nigerian youths who have been busy planning and strategizing on what and what not to do. The Nigerian government has also been super busy. Here’s what they’ve been up to since the end of the protests, in no particular order.

The Game of Denial

After the events of the #LekkiMassacre, the Nigerian Army, Nigerian Police Force, and the Lagos State Government seem to be playing a game. In this game, no one is yet to score a goal, but the ball is being passed from one player to another. First, the Nigerian Army denied that they were present at the scene of the massacre. This they did by tagging every news report that claimed they shot at peaceful protesters as ‘fake news’.

After eyewitnesses insisted that soldiers were present at the Lekki toll gate, and they shot at peaceful protesters, the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice of Nigeria, Abubakar Malami, claimed that those ‘men in uniform’ must have been hoodlums.

Then Lagos State governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, in an interview with Becky Anderson on CNN, later admitted that the footage showed the presence of the Nigerian Army.

After Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s interview on CNN, the Nigerian Army then came out to say that it was the Lagos State governor who invited them to intervene in the #EndSARS protest.

Then during the Lagos judicial panel, the Nigerian Army again admitted that they were at the Lekki toll gate, but they didn’t shoot protesters. In fact, they claimed that they offered protesters water.

After that, they insisted that they only fired blank ammunition.

Even the Nigerian Police Force joined the charade.

They insisted that the protesters killed policemen and vandalised properties, even though several videos and photos showed otherwise.

Up until now, everything is still turnioniown.

Freezing of Accounts

The Abuja Federal High Court granted the request of the Central Bank of Nigeria to freeze the accounts of 20 people who participated in the #EndSARS protests until January 2021.


PUNCH reported that the Central Bank of Nigeria froze the accounts of 20 #EndSARS protesters. They also reported that the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, said that “EndSARS ‘promoters’ must account for their actions for allowing the protests to degenerate into the destruction of lives and properties in the country.”

A Passport and A ‘Seizing’

While trying to board a flight to Dubai, the Nigerian Immigration Service seized the passport of Modupe Odele, known as Moechievous on Twitter. Aside from saying she was under investigation, they gave no further reason for withholding her passport.

Then they invited her to pick up the passport by 4 pm on Friday, 6th November.


Arresting ‘Looters’

State governors decided to arrest ‘looters‘ who carted away COVID-19 palliatives that were meant to be shared to Nigerians during the lockdown. Some also vandalised and looted private businesses.

Still, many Nigerians on social media believed that majority of those arrested could be innocent.

Governor of Kaduna state, Nasir El-Rufai was also reported to have ordered a house-to-house search for the looted COVID-19 palliatives. The governor of Adamawa, Ahmadu Fintiri, also threatened to demolish the houses of those who took away the hoarded COVID-19 palliatives.

Arresting Protesters

In the past few days, there have been reports of protesters being arrested.

Tweet or Threat?

The Nigerian police force released statements on the protests where the IGP ordered AIGs and CPs to use ‘legitimate force’ in preventing a reoccurrence of the ‘violent protests’, and Nigerians are wondering if this is a subtle threat or not.

The Lagos State Police Command also vowed to resist any form of protests


20-year-old Pelumi Onifade, who worked at Gboah TV, was covering the #EndSARS protest in Abule-Egba when he was arrested by members of the Lagos State Task Force. That was the last people saw of him.

Pelumi was said to have filmed that viral video of Abiodun Bolarinwa, the President-General of Yoruba Youth Forum (YYF), who was caught on camera shooting at protesters at Abule Egba. 2 people reportedly lost their lives. Pelumi was arrested on October 24 and was allegedly killed by the Lagos State Task Force. His body was found at a mortuary in Ikorodu.

The Nigerian Children and the Social Media Bill

After the protests, our politicians decided that they had had enough of these ‘children’ who are “cursing, doing drugs, and doing all sorts on social media”. They then decided that social media and ‘fake news’ are more deadly than Boko Haram and there is a need to regulate it. While appearing before the House of Representatives Committee on Information, National Orientation, Ethics, and Values to defend the 2021 budget proposed by his ministry, Lai Mohammed said that Nigeria is sitting on a keg of gunpowder if the issue of fake news shared on social media is not urgently addressed. He also said, “We will not fold our arms  to allow purveyors of fake news and hate speech to use the social media to destabilise the country.”

Demonizing the protests

Many negative things have been said about the protest, but none of them trumps the statement by Borno State Governor, Babagana Zulum, who warned protesters to be careful because “Boko Haram crisis in the North-Eastern part of the country started with protests by youths.”

The Judicial Panel

26 states have set up judicial panels of inquiry to look into the many cases of alleged violations of human rights by the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) and other units of the police.

Meanwhile, as the judicial panel is going on, accounts (of people on the panel, too) are being blocked, protesters are being arrested, passports are being withheld, and the Lagos State government is banning protests. The youth panel members in Lagos have thus decided not to be a part of the judicial panel since their human rights are being trampled upon.

The Condolence Visits

Many governors left the affairs of their states and traveled to Lagos to pay a condolence visit to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu over the loss of properties. Some ministers also left their jobs to sympathize with Governor Sanwo-Olu.

Even though many lives were lost, Kaduna State governor, Nasir El-Rufai, almost cried because buildings and buses were destroyed.

The Inspector-General of Police and the DG of DSS, who are heads of independent agencies, also joined the entourage who went to pay a condolence visit to the Jagaban of Lagos, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, over the recent destruction in Lagos.

A Minister and a Discoverer

5 days after the #LekkiMassacre, Babatunde Fashola, the Minister of Works and Housing, discovered a mysterious camera that was openly hidden at the Lekki Toll Gate.

Definitely, as the days and weeks pass, more will still unfold, the Nigerian government hard at work. Still, the one thing the Nigerian youths demanded for—the end of extrajudicial killings by the Nigeria Police Force—is yet to be acted upon.

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