Libyan coach apologizes after accusing Nigeria of using “juju” to win games, Nigerians react.

Libyan coach, Adel Amrouche has apologised after he accused Nigeria’s Super Eagles of relying on “Juju” to win their games. Amrouche made this statement after the game between Libya and South Africa in Durban which ended in a scoreless draw. He said after the  game that he was looking forward to playing against the Super

Kemen speaks as trolls accuse Alex of copying Cee-C (Photos).

Former Big Brother housemate, Kemen who is a professional fitness trainer has come to the rescue of Alex as his followers accuse her of copying Cee-C. The followers who called her a ‘copycat’ for embarking on a fitness program shortly afterCee-c commenced her’s were berated by Kemen who was not happy with the way they talk about someone who does not care

Anonymous Giver Showers Bambam With Expensive Gifts (Photos).

Big Brother Naija 2018 housemate, Bamike Olawunmi, popularly called ‘BamBam’ and ‘Bammy’ was very happy has she receives gift from an unknown lover. The wrapped gift which arrived through DHL private courier service, had a Note (probably from he sender, containing a reasonable explanation), bags, shoes, perfume, cream and other accessories. The Hair NowNow ambassador took to her instastory

Serena Williams reveals what she did with her first million-dollar check.

Serena Williams may be one of the world’s highest-paid female athletes, but she says she’s never been motivated by the money. “I’ve actually never played for money — I just thought you would go out there and hold a trophy,” Williams said on “Kneading Dough,” the personal-finance video series produced by LeBron James’ media company,

Chimamanda Adichie reveals why she wears made in Nigeria designers.

Renowned Nigerian writer, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has revealed why she wears made in Nigeria designers to major outings. The eminent Nigerian author and feminist, Adichie revealed the reason behind her choice of fashion in an interview with i-D’s Candice Carty-Williams. “I decided to use fashion as a kind of political statement,” Chimamanda reveals, “which is