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Meet The Beautiful Half-Caste Nigerian Actress, Sophie Alakija

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Sophie Alakija is a Nigerian actress and a model born in Nigeria.

Her father is a Lebanese and her mother is from Nigeria making her a half-cast.

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She is married to one of the richest women son in Nigeria, Wale Alakija.

Sophie Alakija has over 500K Instagram followers.

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#EndSARS: Morgan Heritage reacts to the Lekki shooting incident

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Morgan Heritage has reacted to the shooting of #EndSARS protesters by the Nigerian military which took place in Lekki.

And in his message, he has urged Nigerians to be strong.

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Morgan also prayed for Jah to come to the aid of Nigerians.

Source: ab-tc.com

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#EndSARS: Governor of Lagos state, Babajide Sanwo-Olu names those responsible for the Lekki shooting incidence as he visits casualties (+Photos)

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The Governor of Lagos sate, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has named those responsible for the Lekki shooting incidence. The governor blamed the incidence on “forces beyond his direct control”.

He noted that the incidence has left dark notes in Nigeria’s history.

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He also paid a visit to the victims of the unfortunate Lekki shooting incidence.

See the photos below:

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Reno Omokri To Settle Bills Of Protesters Shot By The Military And Are Being Rejected In Government Hospitals

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Former presidential aide Reno Omokri has stated that he will settle the hospital bills of protesters who were injured during the protest at the Lekki gate.

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According to him, the victims are being rejected by government hospitals because they are protesters.

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However, he has added that once the person can prove that he/she was injured during the protest, they should seek medical attention at any private hospital and he will take care of the bills.

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