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On what level and audacity do you have to call my friends and family pu*sy? – Paul Okoye drags Davido

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Nigerian singer, Paul Okoye says he’s disappointed with Davido for attacking guests at his and his twin brother, Peter’s birthday parties on Wednesday night.



Davido had earlier taken to his Twitter handle to slam people who attended the separate birthday parties organized by the defunct twin brothers.

His tweet read ;

”Y’all niggas that wen to Peter and Paul’s bday separately y’all pussy as fuck!! Them niggas is TWINS !! Not my business but Shit hurts I’m angry Walai”

Reacting via his Instastories, Paul chided Davido and asked who gave him the audacity to call his family and friends ”Pussi*s”.

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GreenLab Set To Release Third Edition Of Howfar Magazine 

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A Lagos-based design agency, GreenLab, is set to release its third edition of the Nigerian history and culture magazine, ‘Howfar Magazine’.


Howfar Magazine


The Magazine is a digital and print publication conceptualized as a timeline booklet of Nigeria’s progress. It provides an entertaining, yet insightful look into the country’s past, present, and future. Howfar achieves this by embracing and promoting the need to celebrate our Nigerian identity as one united people.

The Howfar Magazine Edition 3 will be available in two parts. It will feature contributions and articles from Nigerian visual artist, Victor Ehikamenor; writer, lawyer, and publisher, Richard Ali; award-winning filmmaker, Chris Ihidero; astute writer Okey Ndibe; and Nigerian author, Ikhide Ikheola. 

There are also interviews with Nigerian historian, Max Siollun, media and communications expert, Tunji Ladner, as well as photoshoots with 27 other personalities who contributed to the project.

The print version will contain hidden pages, no watermarks, exclusive archival images and more. While the digital version available on the website, contains interactive pages, downloads, videos and audio links.

Speaking about the reason for creating yet another edition of Howfar Magazine, the editor, Nana Yesufu- Olumese talked about the importance of taking a look at our past as a nation. She says, ‘Nigeria is an enigma whose culture has been rebooted at different times and its social, economic as well as political orders have been restructured. We are shaking off the dust of the past as we reveal what is in store for us.’

The Howfar Magazine team is comprised of a dynamic group of local and international creatives, editors, writers, illustrators, photographers and researchers.

For more information about Howfar Magazine, visit www.howfarnigeria.com, or check them out on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. For media inquiries, partnership and advertising, please contact, the editor via email.    

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Three members of notorious car hijacking syndicate nabbed in Akwa Ibom (Photos)

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Three members of an infamous syndicate that specialized in snatching of cars have been apprehended by police operatives on Wednesday December 2, in Uyo, the Akwa Ibom state capital.



The nabbed suspects confessed that they snatch cars in Calabar and sell them in Uyo. According to them, the cars stolen in Uyo are sold in Calabar.

It was revealed that the suspects had so far snatched four cars in Uyo but they ran out of luck on Wedneday, December 2, when they dispossessed a Catholic priest, Rev. Fr. Ekefre, of his car at Richway Supermarket.

Narrating his ordeal, Rev. Fr. Ekefre, a younger brother to Ubong Ekefre, a former Transition Committee Chairman in Mkpat Enin, revealed he was at a supermarket to shop with a female relative when one of the robbers approached him and pretended to be drawing his attention to someone behind.

When he turned, the robber dragged his hand behind, pointed a metal object to his head and asked him to hand over the key, while the other suspect approached him pulling out a jackknife.

In reaction, the priest pulled off his hand and flung the car key towards his female relative. The criminals attacked the lady, gave her a cut on the head, snatched the key and drove off with the car. Fortunately, the cut was not deep because of her hair extension.

The robbers took away the car with the priest’s cell phone which was used to track the car to a bush after Ikot Oku Ikono, where the suspects had hidden it while apparently waiting for the dust to settle.

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Meet record breaking baby that is ’28 years old’ and just 18 months younger than her mum’ (Photos)

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Molly Everette Gibson, has been tagged the world’s oldest baby, as she was born using an embryo frozen in October 1992, less than two years after her mother Tina was born in April 1991.



Molly Gibson, otherwise known as miracle baby, broke the previous record held by her sister, Emma Wren, who spent 24 years as an embryo on ice before she was born in November 2017.

Both full genetic embryos were frozen together and transferred to mum Tina’s uterus three years apart.

The Molly’s mum, Tina while speaking to the New York Post described her baby as a miracle, adding that she feels honoured to be a part of the process.

In her words,

“It’s hard to wrap your head around it, but as far as we’re concerned, Molly is our little miracle.”

According to Researchers at the University of Tennessee Preston Medical Library, Molly enters the history books as the longest-frozen embryo known to result in a live birth.

Lab director of the National Embryo Donation Centre Carol Sommerfelt stated that, “It was very rewarding for me to see an embryo that was frozen years ago result in the birth of a lovely baby. I feel honoured to be part of the process.”

Tina and husband Benjamin have been married for 10 years and had previously fostered children before considering traditional adoption.

When they visited the NEDC for the process, the couple were presented with profiles of around 300 strangers who had donated spare embryos after their IVF treatments.

According to Tina they weren’t picky, but just wanted a baby.

On the day of her first embryo transfer with Emma, Tina was amazed to be told it had been frozen for 24 years and also did the same for their second daughter Emma whose embryo was from the same donors.

The Doctor in charge of the process, Sommerfelt said,

”As long as the embryos are maintained correctly in the liquid nitrogen storage tank at -396 degrees, we feel they may be good indefinitely.”

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