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Nigerians are entitled people – Actress Ada Ameh laments

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Nollywood actress, Ada Ameh has lamented in an exclusive interview how the average Nigerian is very entitled.

The actress insisted that this generation of Nigerians don’t have values. She added that they value money more than any other thing.
She said;

Nigerians are entitled people. I grew up in Ajegunle (Lagos State) and in Ajegunle, what we do is ‘one for all, all for one’. If one has, one shares with one’s friends and acquaintances. That was where I learnt practical love. In Nigeria, if one is working, people act like one owes them. Somebody once told me that, ‘Madam, we buy your CDs’ and I said I work for it. They paid me for the job. This generation doesn’t have respect. Their values are too cheap. They are too materialistic; all they care about is money. They don’t want to work or suffer.”

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I love you son – Davido says as he celebrates Ifeanyi Adedeji Adeleke on his 1st birthday

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DMW boss, David Adeleke has taken to his social media handles to celebrate his son, Ifeanyi Adeleke on his 1st birthday today.

Davido gave him a shoutout on his Instagram page and Twitter page.

He wrote, “Happy birthday to my beloved son DAVID IFEANYI ADEDEJI ADELEKE Jr !!! Today a king was born!!!! May you become more than me in Jesus name! LOVE YOU SON.”

Ifeanyi is the first child of David and his wife Chioma Rowland.

The celebrity couple welcomed the boy, on Sunday (20-10-2019), in an undisclosed hospital in the United Kingdom.

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Watch video as Nigerian celebrities in the diaspora lend their voices to the End SARS protests in Nigeria (video)

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Yvonne Orji, Uzo Aduba, Jidenna, Cynthia Erivo, Jackie Aina, and a number of other Nigerian celebrities at home and in the diaspora have lent their voices to the #EndSARS protest.

They recorded a video raising awareness about the injustice Nigerians face in the hands of officers charged with protecting them, and they called for an end to police brutality.

The video is a boost for the End SARS protest as these celebrities are well recognized abroad. Yvonne Orji is an award-winning comedian/actress in the US. Uzo Aduba, who starred in Orange is the New Black, has won multiple awards, Cynthia Onyedinmanasu Chinasaokwu Erivo is an English actress, singer and songwriter. She is the recipient of several accolades, including an Emmy Award, a Tony Award and a Grammy Award, and has been nominated for two Academy Awards. Jidenna is a Nigerian-American singer. Jackie Aina is a Nigerian-American YouTube star.

Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, DJ Spinall, and a number of other Nigerian celebrities recognized internationally also featured in the video.

Watch the moving video below.

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No man can handle you the way I do – Kiddwaya tells Erica, see her response

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Reality TV stars, Kiddwaya and Erica have taken to social media to take friendly jibes at each other to the amusement of their fans.

It all started when Kiddwaya opened the floor for a Question and Answer session to his fans and Erica asked him why he couldn’t speak ‘pidgin english’ properly. The Abuja based big boy left no prisoner as he replied Erica asking why she can’t cook.

Well, the conversation sparked more details the duo ought not to have told the public except they’re showboating

See their conversation below:

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