Three more COVID-19 deaths have been recorded in Lagos state, just as 21 more patients have been discharged in Isolation centers. The state Ministry for Health disclosed this via its Twitter handle on Saturday evening. This brings to 50 the number of COVID-19 deaths in Lagos. The Ministry also […]
Seyi Oluyole, the founder of Dream Catchers – a dance team made up of street and underprivileged children, has accused her husband of domestic violence and disclosed that she has moved out of the house they shared. She said he tried to kill her on July 8, 2019. As a result of the alleged abuse, she says she now experiences "serious anxiety". Seyi further disclosed that they no longer live together and she thanked those who helped her escape. Read her tweets below. The post Dream Catchers founder, Seyi Oluyole says her husband tried to kill her in July and she has now left their home appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.