Nigerian wins ‘Best Music Video’ Producer at the 61st Grammys for producing Childish Gambino’s ‘This Is America’


Ibra Ake, a Nigerian-American producer, bagged his first ever Grammy Award last night.


At the 61st Grammy Awards which held at Staples Centre in Los Angeles on Sunday, February 10, 2019, Ibra Ake won the ‘Best Music Video’ producer award for producing Childish Gambino’s ‘This Is America’.


Ibra Ake is a Nigerian-American visaul artist, creative director, and writer based in Los Angeles, California. He shuttles between cities around the world, including from Lagos to New York.

Sharing the good news to Twitter, he wrote:


i can’t believe i just won a grammy.

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Nicki Minaj pulls her BET Experience performance after BET shaded her while congratulating Cardi B on her Grammy win


Nicki Minaj has pulled her BET Experience performance after BET shaded her while praising Cardi B on her Grammy Awards win.


In a now-deleted tweet, BET retweeted an article saying Cardi B is the first solo female rapper to win best rap album.

Their caption read:


Meanwhile, Nicki Minaj is being dragged by her lacefront.


Nicki Minaj pulls her BET Experience performance after BET shaded her while congratulating Cardi B on her Grammy win


BET was called out for the tweet and they took it down. But Nicki later took to Twitter to write:


Young Money will no longer be apart of the BET Experience or award show. ♥???♥? Summer Tour dates dropping soon ?


Nicki Minaj pulls her BET Experience performance after BET shaded her while congratulating Cardi B on her Grammy win


When a follower asked if they should ask for a refund for the BET ticket they already bought, Nicki said:


Absolutely. Get your refund ASAP


Nicki Minaj pulls her BET Experience performance after BET shaded her while congratulating Cardi B on her Grammy win


Nicki also went ahead to retweet posts by Twitter users calling out BET for disrespecting Nicki.

She captioned it:

Meanwhile, BET is being dragged by their lace front. ?


Nicki Minaj pulls her BET Experience performance after BET shaded her while congratulating Cardi B on her Grammy win

Nicki Minaj pulls her BET Experience performance after BET shaded her while congratulating Cardi B on her Grammy win

Nicki Minaj pulls her BET Experience performance after BET shaded her while congratulating Cardi B on her Grammy win

Nicki Minaj pulls her BET Experience performance after BET shaded her while congratulating Cardi B on her Grammy win

Nicki Minaj pulls her BET Experience performance after BET shaded her while congratulating Cardi B on her Grammy win

Nicki Minaj pulls her BET Experience performance after BET shaded her while congratulating Cardi B on her Grammy win

Arsenal star Aaron Ramsey set to become Britain’s highest-ever paid player on £400k-a-week when he joins Juventus in £83m deal


Arsenal and Welsh footballer, Aaron Ramsey will become Britain’s highest-paid player of all-time after signing a whopping £400,000-a-week-plus pre-contract deal at Juventus.

The Italian giants confirmed on Monday the 28-year-old has penned a four-year deal and will join them in the summer when he leaves Arsenal as a free agent.


Arsenal star Aaron Ramsey set to become Britain


This comes after the midfielder completed a two-part medical with Juventus last month and will join the club on July 1,  bringing to an end 11 years at Arsenal.

According to Mail Online Sport, the Wales international stands to make at least £83.2million during his time in Italy,  having signed a four-year contract with the Italian champions, tying him to the club until 2023.

Juventus is expected to pay an additional cost of €3.7million (£3.24m), to be paid before July 10, 2019, as a result of the registration of the player.

Ramsey who joined Arsenal in 2008 has played 361 times for the Premiership club, including scoring 62 times to date.

Photo: Nigerian drug peddler arrested in India


A 36-year-old Nigerian man was arrested by the Narcotics Intelligence Bureau CID in Chennai, India on Sunday, February 10,  for allegedly supplying heroin and ecstasy tablets to the resorts, pubs and hotels along the East Coast Road (ECR).

According Deccan Chronicle, the suspect identified as Ikechukwu had come to India on a business visa in the garb of carrying out a garments business three years ago.

Officers said Ikechukwu had come to India in 2015 and his visa had already expired. He migrated for a short period to Tirupur, where he was engaged in the T-shirts exports business along with a few other Nigerian friends.

Last year, Ikechukwu allegedly came to Chennai and was involved in drug peddling, targeting college students and IT workers, who partied at the resorts and pubs along the ECR and also used them to expand his business.

Meanwhile, on Sunday based on a specific tip-off, the sleuths arrested Ikechukwu from a resort at Neelankarai and seized ten grams of heroin and 100 grams of ketamine worth Rs 6 lakhs from him.

NIB-CID sleuths registered a case and arrested the Nigerian under Section 14 of Foreigners Act apart from the possession of drugs under Sections 8 (c) read with 22 (b) of the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act.

Photos: Gunmen abduct, kill Anglican priest on his way to Sokoto with family


An Anglican Priest identified as Rev. Idris Jatau, has been killed by some gunmen suspected to be kidnappers.

The cleric was said to have been abducted by the gunmen on his way to Sokoto with his family on Friday, February 8.
Photos: Gunmen abduct, kill Anglican priest on his way to Sokoto with family

According to reports, Jatau’s wife, sister and children are being held captive by the bandits.

Late Kata was trained at the Bishop Crowther Graduate Seminary, Abeokuta, Ogun State.
Photos: Gunmen abduct, kill Anglican priest on his way to Sokoto with family

Men who tortured lady over missing iPhone and inserted pepper into her private part, paraded.

The suspects who tortured a woman over a missing iPhone X plus phone and inserted pepper into her private part have been paraded by the Edo State Police Command.

The suspects, including the man who inserted the pepper into the girl’s genitals, were paraded alongside a native doctor who was also involved in the criminal act in Benin.


Men who tortured lady over missing iPhone and inserted pepper into her private part, paraded (videos)


Mr. Abubakar Yesufu, President of League of Patriotic Lawyers, said the victim did not steal the phone as claimed, rather she refused the sexual advances of one of them and they decided to get her by making false accusations and torturing her.

Mr Yesufu said:

She refused the sexual overtures of the kingpin, who orchestrated the aforesaid missing phone and with the aid of a native doctor, he became the accuser and enforcer in chief of that sordid show of shame.


The suspects accused the woman of stealing a phone. They then made her undergo a strange oath-taking ritual. The ritual ended in the girl’s favour, yet the men claimed they were not convinced and they then stripped her in public, beat her up, and inserted pepper into her private parts, while filming the incident.


Men who tortured lady over missing iPhone and inserted pepper into her private part, paraded (videos)


The six suspects arrested so far in connection with the case are Otoghile Joel, owner of the phone alleged to have been stolen by the young woman; Lucky Igbinovia alias ‘One Man Squad’ in whose house the young woman was tortured; Edobor Osemwengie, manager of Lafun Hotel; Kingsley Iyamu; Gregg Eweka and Friday Omorogbe.


Men who tortured lady over missing iPhone and inserted pepper into her private part, paraded (videos)

Men who tortured lady over missing iPhone and inserted pepper into her private part, paraded (videos)



Court sacks Owan-Enoh as APC governorship candidate in Cross River State


A Federal High Court sitting in Calabar, Cross River State, has sacked Senator John Owan Enoh as the governorship candidate of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in the state.


The court also sacked the factional leadership of the party under John Ochalla, which is loyal to Owan-Enoh. Apart from removing Senator Enoh and Ochalla, the court rejected other candidates of the party currently recognised by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).


In a two-hour judgment, Justice Simon Amobeda, ordered that Usani Usani, be recognised as the legitimate candidate of the party. He also ordered that “INEC should only receive and accept the names and candidates for the 2019 elections that emerged from the lawful executive led by Godwin Etim John”.


Justice Amobeda also ordered that persons parading themselves as the executive members of the APC in the state should forthwith cease to do so, ruling that the lawful executive of APC in Cross River remains that which is led by Godwin Etim John.


“The judgment clearly is in support of the rule of law as it also supports the yearning of the common man,” counsel to the claimants, Ayei Okpa, told journalists after the judgement. “Once a judgment is delivered in a court of law, everyone affected by that judgment is supposed and ought to comply with the said judgment and that is what this court today, has confirmed”.


Okpa added that INEC is to use and publish only the names that emerged from the lawful executive and not any other name that emerged from any other executive in Cross River State APC.


According to him, the court has every power under its disciplinary jurisdiction to undo what has been done unlawfully and the Electoral Act commands INEC to obey court orders. “INEC has every reason to comply with that order, what INEC did by publishing unlawful names is unlawful,” he said.

Husband hangs his 8-month pregnant wife because she refused to abort the baby when they discovered it was a girl (graphic photos)


A husband hanged his pregnant wife in Faisal Town, Lahore, Pakistan, because she refused to obey his decision to abort their baby when they discovered it was a girl.


Mian Faisal Shahzad, a lawyer by profession, got married to Masmaat three years ago and they have a son. Masmaat took in again and was expecting a girl.


After finding out the baby Masmaat was carrying was a girl, Faisal wanted her to abort it but she objected, according to reports. Masmaat’s refusal resulted in constant arguments and fights between the couple.


One night, Faisal got drunk and took his wife’s life by hanging her from a fan.


Husband hangs his 8-month pregnant wife because she refused to abort the baby when they discovered it was a girl (graphic photos)


The Faisal Town police responded to the crime scene and arrested Faisal while the body of the victim was taken to the Jinnah Hospital.

An investigation has been launched.

Husband hangs his 8-month pregnant wife because she refused to abort the baby when they discovered it was a girl (graphic photos)

Husband hangs his 8-month pregnant wife because she refused to abort the baby when they discovered it was a girl (graphic photos)

Emma Nyra shares adorable photo of her twins Alexandría & Alexander as they clock 6months


Singer, Emma Nyra has shared adorable new photo of her twins Alexandría and Alexander as they clocked 6 months old today.


Sharing the adorable photo on her Instagram page, the singer who welcomed the twins in August 2018, wrote: ‘Wow God is so good. Time is really flying. At this very moment 6 months ago, God changed my life for the better. Sleepless nights and moments of love and laughter for sure. It hasn’t been easy but Mommy and Daddy love you forever. You will never be alone in this world and I promise to make you so proud to call me Mommy ? Should I make a page for them? Happy 6 months my loves.’


Nigerian Army appoints Colonel Musa as new spokesman


The Nigerian Army has appointed Colonel S Musa as the Acting Director Army Public Relations and posted to Directorate of Army Public Relations.


The force also appointed Colonel AA Yusuf as Deputy Director of Public Relations 82 Division Nigerian Army. In a statement by the Director Army Public Relations, Aliyu Yusuf, the force also listed the appointment of other senior officers.


Colonel AD Isa is posted to Theatre Command Operation Lafiya Dole and appointed Deputy Director Army Public Relations while the new Acting Corps Commander Nigerian Army Medical Corps is Colonel S Adama.


Others include, Brigadier General NJ Okah who has been posted from Nigerian Army Institute of Technology and Environmental Studies (NAITES) to Army Headquarters Department of Army Logistics and appointed Acting Director of Engineering Services, Brigadier General MA Masanawa from Army Headquarters, Department of Army Policy and Plans to ACADA and appointed Commander.


Brigadier General HT Wesley posted from Headquarters Nigerian Army Ordinance Corps to Army Headquarters Department of Army Logistics has been appointed Director Clothing and Store.


Brigadier General HG Tafida of the Nigerian Army Central Workshop Rigachukwu posted to Army Headquarters Department of Army Logistics and appointed Director Engineering and Maintenance Brigadier General BA Ilori has been posted to Army Headquarters Department of Army Policy and Plans and appointed Deputy Director Equipment Procurement, Brigadier General AA Adereti, posted to National Defence College and appointed Directing Staff while Colonel O Nwachukwu from Headquarters Theatre Command Operation Lafiya Dole has been posted to Defence Headquarters and appointed Acting Director Defence Information.


Others affected by the new development include, Colonel OG Olaniyi who was posted from Nigerian Army School of Music to Nigerian Army Band Corps and appointed Acting Director Army Band, Colonel EI Okoro and Colonel I P Bindul are posted to Army War College Nigeria as Directing Staff amongst others.

Moyo Lawal reacts to Cardi B and Offset’s tongue action at the 61st Grammy Awards


Cardi B and Offset were pictured displaying heavy PDA on the Grammys red carpet months after their public separation and Nigerian actress Moyo Lawal had a few words to say about what she’s learnt from their relationship.

The voluptuous actress wrote:


This is why …. …… ….. I avoid getting involved in couples wahala at all costs …. The *two both of them* usually know why they are together. So whether , he is sleeping around , she is sleeping around ••• He is beating her, She is beating him ••• She is emotionally abusing him or the other way round••• She is paying all the bills ??? … It is nobody’s business yooo ••• ……. ……. …. …. p.s .. Remember you don’t know , what goes on behind closed doors and that is the real *Koko* …. So just say sorry, give tiny advise and mind your own business ?….. Remember some women enjoy fighting , so they will fight side Chics at every given opportunity ? …. Some women enjoy being beating to them , its a sign of affection ?Orisirisi?…. Some men enjoy sharing their women , to them it is a sign of having a beautiful woman ? …. Soooo oooh …..mind your ……???


Moyo Lawal reacts to Cardi B and Offset

Censors Board warns against hate on social media


Today, the Executive Director of National Film and Video Censors Board (NFVCB), Adedayo Thomas advised youths against sharing hate speeches, photos and inciting videos on social media platforms.


He gave the advice while delivering a speech at the “Safer Internet Month” workshop organised by the board for youths in Benue from February 11th to 12 at the Benue State University, Makurdi.


According to Thomas, there is urgent need to caution young Nigerians against the dangers of generating and sharing fake news and provocative motion pictures for the interest of national peace and unity. He noted that many crisis in some parts of the country were escalated as a result of fake news, hate speeches and videos spread on social media.

He added that “it is no longer news that digital technology has taken over the world, therefore, we must urge our young people to shun materials that can threaten national peace and co-existence.

“The conference is borne out of the need for NFVCB, both as an industry and a decision maker to build the capacity of youths who are mostly the users of the internet. We want them to promote positive contents and avoid sharing hate speeches on whatsApp, Fabook, twitter and other social media platforms, especially during and after the 2019 general elections.

“We all have a responsibility to ensure that the internet is not used to promote what divide us, because our nation cannot develop in the absence of tolerance and unity.”

The executive director noted that the trend of people receiving and forwarding hate speeches and harmful contents without verifying the authenticity was on the increase. He added that since the spread of news on social media could not be restricted, there was need for people to be educated on the implication of such news on society before spreading them.



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Former PDP House of Reps member, Nnaemeka Amadi dies in London


Rt. Hon Bethel Nnaemeka Amadi, a chieftain of the PDP, former member of the House of Representatives and President of African Parliament reportedly died Sunday evening February 10th in an disclosed hospital in London, England.


The health of the three-term House of Representatives member for Mbaitoli/Ikeduru constituency had been deteriorating in recent times as a result of a stroke he suffered which kept him bedridden for several months.


A close family member who confirmed the death of the 55-year-old former Chief Whip of the Federal House of Representatives, said that he died in London where he was being treated.

‘We are deeply concerned about America’s unguarded statements on our election’ – Presidency



The presidency in a statement through Festus Keyamo, the Director of Strategic Communications for APC Presidential Campaign Council has raised concerns about America’s interest regarding the forthcoming general elections in Nigeria.


The statement reads, ‘we are deeply concerned about many of the expressions of the United States’ Ambassador to Nigeria, Ambassador W. Stuart Symington and other Western Diplomats which have been directed towards Nigeria’s upcoming elections. Whilst we laud and whole-heartedly welcome their interests in the elections, many of these expressions have been notably off- key’.


The continued warnings about ‘flawed elections’ is capable of casting an unwarranted cloud over the process. Instead of encouraging our country toward credible elections, such statements undermine public confidence. It would appear that these envoys seem to have discredited the election before it has even taken place.

We truly hope some of the statements attributed to these diplomats are inaccurate. For instance, the Premium News reported that Ambassador W. Stuart Symington threatened to “hold to account” anyone whose speech, no matter the motivation of that speech, engendered hatred. We all agree that any speech willfully intended to trigger violence is condemnable. However, in condemning other forms of political speech, the American envoy overstepped his ambassadorial brief. For instance, the American Ambassador was reported to have condemned a situation where a candidate says that his opponent’s political and economic policies are abhorrent and dangerous to the greater welfare of the people and calls on the citizens to hate and reject such policies. In our view, this is a correct statement because it is the duty of the candidate to tell the people these truths to protect the nation from subsequent calamity. But Ambassador Symington says his country would punish such necessary political speeches.

For us it is significant to note that such strong political speeches are not unlawful in the United States, but Ambassador Symington is seeking to penalize such speeches by Nigerians. He seeks to shrink our ambit of free speech so that we may behave in accordance with their vision of well-behaved Africans, rather than in consonance with our vision of our own democracy, no matter how tumultuous and dramatic we may be. It would appear that his position seeks to prohibit forms of expression integral to our political discourse. These forms of expression have time and time again been adjudged to be constitutionally-protected speeches by the United States Supreme Court.

However, Ambassador Symington intentionally issued his threats to place a chilling effect on speeches in Nigeria that, if uttered in America, would be constitutionally protected. Unfounded allegations and threats to penalize people for constitutionally-protected free speech is improper interference in our internal affairs. Sadly, what Ambassador Symington and some other western diplomats are doing border on the improper.

We take the view that the constant statements by Ambassador Symington and the other diplomats are implicit attacks against the government of Nigeria. These statements imply the Nigerian government is inclined to rig the election in favour of President Muhammadu Buhari. This is unfair and unacceptable to us. President Muhammadu Buhari has never been accused of electoral malpractice all his life. However, in contrast, former Vice President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar publicly boasted a few months ago that he rigged the 2003 election in the Southwest States. Here, we have an open confession of blatant electoral malfeasance by the PDP candidate. But in all of these, there seem to be no concern by Ambassador Symington and other diplomats about this well-acknowledged proclivity of the main opposition.

We expected that such open confession to rigging in the past would have drawn condemnation from the United States. Rather what we witnessed recently was the ignoble act of giving such a self-confessed rigger with a decade-old indictment in America for corruption hanging over his head a special status to enter the U.S for a few days. Such is the double standard that America now displays for the whole world to see.

It is unfortunate that most of these countries that sermonize about free and fair elections have ugly histories of denial of voting right to people because of their colour and are still facing many challenges with their electoral systems till date.

The continued reference and praise of the 2015 election by Ambassador Symington clearly shows he needs further briefing about the Nigerian situation. For his information, the 2015 presidential election, at the end of the day, produced the correct outcome, but with flawed figures in many areas. Though they lost, the figures attributed to the PDP were inflated in many places, especially in the South South, to save the face of the past President and to reduce the margin of his defeat. President Buhari is determined to improve on the 2015 elections and so it cannot even be our benchmark.

An American ambassador has a great responsibility in representing the strongest economic and military power in the world. His comments carry weight because of the status of his nation. This means his comments should reflect a deep knowledge of the subject. Sadly, Ambassador Symington has not shown the deep knowledge of Nigerian situation. The impression he creates by constantly harping on suspected government interference with the electoral process is that President Buhari cannot win without tipping the results. He seems to be saying that only a PDP victory will be evidence of a fair election.

Again, he is in great error. From all of the information at our disposal, President Buhari can and should win a free and fair election. However, it appears to us that Ambassador Symington is substituting his subjective conclusions for the sovereign will of the Nigerian people. In doing so, he has abandoned the impartiality of a true envoy and has trespassed into interfering in our electoral process.

Instead of encouraging free and fair elections, these judgmental statements and threats only cast an unnecessary pall over the elections and the nation. This is an international disservice and not international diplomacy. The days of unquestioned condescension to Western powers are long gone and we are not prepared at this time in Nigeria to recede to that era.

Nigerians will define Nigeria’s democracy. We shall hold fair and just elections, not because of scolding by diplomats, but because we have sufficient intelligence and morality to do what is right for ourselves. If Ambassador Symington has familiarized himself with Nigeria’s history from 1999 till date, he would have realized that those in the main opposition are being haunted by their past: they think President Buhari would behave exactly like they did all these years when they consistently rigged elections and denied Nigerians the right to choose their leaders

If Ambassador Symington truly intends to be impartial, his statements should acknowledge that both Government and Opposition (particularly in States where the opposition have Governors in place) must respect the process and refrain from rigging. We expect him to counsel both governing party and the Opposition from any form of electoral malpractice. After all, it is not only Governments at the center that rig elections. Elections can also be rigged in opposition-controlled areas.

It is not too late for Ambassador Symington to repair the damage of his uninformed statements. He needs to speak as an impartial envoy instead of a person who appears to have prejudged the quality of the process and the outcome. Until he attains that level of informed impartiality, whatever good he seeks is better achieved by his silence than by tendentious utterances.

Thank you.

Director, Strategic Communications,
APC Presidential Campaign Council,
(Official Spokesperson)


Abuja-based lawyer and his wife arraigned for allegedly assaulting a court bailiff


Today, an Abuja-based lawyer Kanu Godwinand his wife Adaku were both arraigned by police in a Wuse Zone II Magistrates’ Court, for allegedly assaulting a court bailiff while on lawful duty.


The police charged Godwin and Adaku, of suit 8, Wuse Zone 4, Abuja, with three counts joint act, assault and resisting take over of property by lawful authority. The prosecutor, Adeniyi Oyeyemi, told the court that the defendants committed the alleged offence on February 6th.


He said that one Abdulsalam Maji  of Federal Capital Territiry (FCT) High Court Maitama, Abuja reported the matter at the station. He said that the complainant reported that while on official duty to serve court order at the defendants residence, the defendant and his wife attacked him and beat him up.


He said that the offence contravened the provisions of sections 79,285 and 144 of the Penal Code. The defendants, however, pleaded not guilty to the charges. The Chief Magistrate, Rapheal Egbe, admitted the defendants to bail in the sum of N100, 000 each with two surety each in like sum.  He adjourned the case until March 8 for hearing.

Nigerian lady is accused of stealing from her roommate then stabbing her after she confronted her in Nnamdi Azikiwe University (video)


A Nigerian woman who allegedly stole from her roommate has been accused of stabbing the same roommate in anger after she was caught.


Mrs Mgboji Amarachi Paula, a student of Nnamdi Azikiwe University, allegedly stole her roommate’s laptop and other items. According to Nollywood actress Teddy who shared the story, Paula and her roommate was robbed and Trish, the roommate, lost a number of her belongings. They searched the room but didn’t find it.


Later, security got involved and they searched their room and found Trish’s missing belongings, making them conclude that Paula was the one who took the items.


Yesterday, Mrs Paula demanded that they divide their space in the kitchen, but Trish said it wasn’t necessary since their hostel management already said Paula will be removed from the room. In anger, Paula began throwing Trish’s belongings out yesterday and when Trish confronted her, she slapped her multiple times while threatening her with a knife as seen in a video shared online. She eventually stabbed her on the arm with the knife.

Sharing the story to Instagram, Teddy wrote:


How can you stab your fellow girl after stealing from her ? This is MRS MGBOJI AMARACHI PAULA @bekeepaula and that’s her in the video holding a knife. Few days before the incident, they were robbed…the other girl @trish_choco lost her laptop and some other things. After security got involved, they found everything in their room which was thoroughly searched before…She blamed PAULA for everything and since then she has been a threat to her life.
Just yesterday, 10th February, Paula requested that they divide their space in the kitchen because they are roommates and students of Nnamdi Azikiwe University presently in Lome, Togo. she refused saying there was no need because their management already said Paula would be removed from the room. Paula entered the kitchen, threw her stuffs away. While confronting her, Paula picked up a knife and hit her severally before finally cutting her right hand with it and punched her right hand too.


Nigerian lady is accused of stealing from her roommate then stabbing her after she confronted her in Nnamdi Azikiwe University (video)


Watch the video below.


Ariana Grande wears her Grammy’s outfit at home after boycotting the ceremony over ‘insult’ by the producers (Photos)


Last week, we reported that Ariana Grandepulled out of performing at the 2019 Grammy Awards ceremony after clashing with the show’s producers.

According to Variety, the 25-year-old American singer felt “insulted” by producers, who refused to allow her to perform her new single “7 Rings” from the upcoming album Thank U, Next at the event.

Ariana Grande wears her Grammy

While the event was taking place last night, Ariana who was nominated in two major Grammy categories, including Best Pop Vocal Performance for “God is a Woman” and Best Pop Vocal Album for Sweetener and was billed to perform decided to wear her red carpet gown at home.

Ariana Grande wears her Grammy

The singer who won the Best Pop Vocal Album for Sweetener at the Grammys took to Instagram to share photos of herself posing at home in the stunning dress which she would have rocked to the ceremony.

Ariana Grande wears her Grammy

Photo of Nigerian bride kneeling to greet guests at her wedding sparks a debate online


The photo of a Nigerian bride kneeling to greet guests on the high table during her reception has sparked up a debate on social media. Many Nigerians queried the bride for kneeling down before her guests while her husband failed to show respect as well by kneeling before their guests.


Some Nigerians are of the opinion that this habit of making women kneel down as a sign of respect should be abolished as many women have done this and then gone ahead to show their true self when they settle into matrimony. Read the comments that followed after the photo was shared

Photo of Nigerian bride kneeling to greet guests at her wedding sparks a debate onlinePhoto of Nigerian bride kneeling to greet guests at her wedding sparks a debate onlinePhoto of Nigerian bride kneeling to greet guests at her wedding sparks a debate onlinePhoto of Nigerian bride kneeling to greet guests at her wedding sparks a debate onlinePhoto of Nigerian bride kneeling to greet guests at her wedding sparks a debate onlinePhoto of Nigerian bride kneeling to greet guests at her wedding sparks a debate online

US Authorities seize $1.3B worth of Meth with heroin and cocaine hidden in speakers going to Australia (Photos)


Authorities in California have seized a record 1.9 tons of methamphetamine worth $1.3 billion along with heroin and cocaine that were set to be shipped to Australia. 


According to Business Insider, the seizure followed an operation by US border officials and Australian law enforcement which took place on Jan. 11 at the Los Angeles/Long Beach seaport.

Four Australians and two US citizens were arrested on Wednesday by the Australian Federal Police (AFP) on suspicion of involvement in the trafficking.US Authorities seize $1.3B worth of Meth with heroin and cocaine hidden in speakers going to Australia (Photos)

The authorities said the drugs were “artfully” hidden in a shipment of loudspeakers.

“There’s no question that the criminal organization behind this scheme has been dealt a significant blow,” Joseph Macias, special agent-in-charge for Homeland Security Investigations Los Angeles, said in a statement.

US Authorities seize $1.3B worth of Meth with heroin and cocaine hidden in speakers going to Australia (Photos)

The two containers of drugs, hidden inside metal boxes labeled “Single Loud Speakers,” contained 3,810 pounds of methamphetamine, about 56 pounds of cocaine and 11.5 pounds of heroin, US Customs and Border Protection officials said.

The officials said it was the biggest seizure of methamphetamine in the United States and amounted to about 17 million doses, adding that if it had reached Australia it would have been worth approximately $1.3 billion.