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Justice Joyce Abdulmalik of the Federal High Court, Ibadan Judicial Division, today Monday November 18th, sentenced to six months imprisonment Adeleke Oluwaseyi, a 21-year-old internet fraud apprentice. EFCC in a statement released this afternoon, said Oluwaseyi, was arraigned one a one-count charge of impersonation and […]

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Reba issued a final call for applications for two new telephone operator licences – to be granted in mid-March 2020 – and the acquisition of a 49% stake in the national operator, Ethio Telecom. Ethiopia has grabbed the spotlight since Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed was […]

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Actress, Ashionye Raccah, says Nigerians need to embrace homosexuality

Actress and singer, Ashionye Michelle Raccah admonished Nigerians to stop finding faults in homosexuality. Ashionye says that has homosexuality is not a disease, hence the need for Nigerians to end discrimination against homosexuals. Ashionye said this to QedTV at the premiere of Funmi Iyanda’s movie, […]

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TV star Mr. Motivator wants his ashes fed to mourners in sandwiches at his funeral

TV star Mr. Motivator wants his ashes fed to mourners in sandwiches at his funeral



TV star Mr. Motivator wants his ashes fed to mourners in sandwiches at his funeralJamaican-born British fitness instructor and TV star, Derrick Errol Evans, better known as "Mr. Motivator" has said he wants his ashes fed to mourners in sandwiches at his funeral. The 66-year-old rose to fame in 1993 through appearances on the UK breakfast television show GMTV, where he performed live fitness sessions and offered tips and advice to viewers. Speaking about his funeral plans, he told The Daily Star: "When you have a funeral in Jamaica loads of people just want free food."So I want my ashes mixed up with fish paste and made into sandwiches and given out to people. It's all planned." But Mr. Motivator says it will not happen any time soon because he has another 50 years before he dies. He added to the publication: "I'm living to 114 though. The years have been kind to me because I'm positive."The post TV star Mr. Motivator wants his ashes fed to mourners in sandwiches at his funeral appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.



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Justice Joyce Abdulmalik of the Federal High Court, Ibadan Judicial Division, today Monday November 18th, sentenced to six months imprisonment Adeleke Oluwaseyi, a 21-year-old internet fraud apprentice. EFCC in a statement released this afternoon, said Oluwaseyi, was arraigned one a one-count charge of impersonation and […]