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Our love is not their mate – Chacha Eke says as she kisses husband in new video

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Nollywood actress, Chacha Eke Faani, seems to have reacted to some reports about her relationship with her husband in a new loved-up video she uploaded on IG.

Chacha Eke who some few days ago announced that she is leaving her 7 year-old marriage was captured in a video kissing her husband.

In the video, Chacha, who insisted she is bipolar after doctors diagnosed her with the disorder was seen kissing Austin while cruising in a car.

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DJ Switch runs for her dear life after receiving deadly phone messages

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Obianuju Catherine  Udeh, popularly known as DJ Switch is currently on the run for dear life after receiving death threats.

DJ Switch was named heroine of the Lekki Tollgate shooting that occurred on the 20th of Ocober, 2020 after she live streamed the event amid the chaos and sporadic shootings.

DJ Switch who recently spoke with GQ’s columnist Lola Ogunnaike on the Lekki toll gate shooting, threats, the current state of the End SARS Protest, disclosed that she’s currently on the run after receiving a phone message that warned that she would be shot.

She further claimed she was also advised by a friend in the intelligence community to go into hiding.

Recall that Switch was part of the protesters in the Lekki massacre and she recorded the bloody Lekki toll gate shooting on her Instagram Live on the evening of October 20th.

In the interview she said she started recording because:

“I thought I was going to die, so let’s make sure the world sees this so they don’t change the story and tell people that we killed ourselves… I didn’t want us to die in vain.”

The Info NG recalls that she also shared her experience that night on her Instagram page where she claimed, soldiers and police officers shot at her and other peaceful End SARS protesters at the Lekki toll gate. Because of this, she has been on the run, never spending more than a night in the same location.

The protests have currently been put on suspension and Switch is still worrying for her safety, however, there’s a likelihood that she returns when the protests resume.

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Hanan Buhari and her husband, Turad’s loved up photos will make you fall in love

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Love is a beautiful thing and once you fall into it, you rarely get back up. President Buhari’s daughter, Hanan Buhari and her husband, Turad have shared lovely new photos of themselves.

The love birds were clad in a white attire and loved up in the stunning photos.

Sharing the photos online, Hanan wrote:

The Info NG recalls that Hanan and Mohammed Turad Sani Sha’aban walked down the aisles in early September.

The wedding was done without much awareness and elaborateness due to COVID-19 protocols, but the elite were at the illustrious occasion.

President Muhammadu Buhari and his wife, Aisha; Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and wife Dolapo; Senate President, Ahmad Lawan; Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, Dr. Chris Ngige and other dignitaries were at the occasion held in Abuja.

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End police brutality in Nigeria, Kenya and USA – Lupita Nyong’o

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Award-winning actress, Lupita Nyong’o has called for an end to police brutality in Nigeria, her home country Kenya and the United States of America.

In reaction to the #EndSARS protests, she echoed this declaration on Wednesday via her Twitter page.

The 37-year-old Kenyan film star noted that in 2020, there has been a global outcry for an end to police brutality and better governance. She condemned the shooting and killing of peaceful #EndSARS protesters at Lekki tollgate.

Lupita wrote ”I echo the declaration of the people in Nigeria to END POLICE BRUTALITY and the call for their lives to be valued by the leaders of their nation.

“Last week, the world saw this call answered with the wounding and murders of Nigerians in Lekki. I so badly want the end of this kind of violence and abuse of authority for Nigeria, for my own country, Kenya, and for the country I live in now, USA.

“It seems that this is the resounding battle cry of 2020 across the globe, to have police powers reevaluated, their organizations held accountable and systems rebuilt to serve the people.

”I support the fight against political interests that have no interest in the rights of the people. #EndSARS” she concluded.

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