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Sunday, 10 December 2017

I Have Not Had Sex This Year - Orezi

Singer Orezi, has revealed that he is yet to sleep with anyone this year.

Speaking on his relationship status and letting it remain so, Orezi told Sunday Punch;
“I am not in a relationship at the moment because I have yet to meet a lady I like. I have been single for about a year now and I have not had sex with any woman since I’m not dating anyone. But I must admit that it is not always easy to stay away from women because they compliment us.

He continued;
“If you are not successful, women will not come after you. I am aware that I must get married someday, but I don’t know when because I must plan things well. No doubt, there is pressure from my father and mother, but I believe it will happen at the right time.
“Inasmuch as we have promiscuous women in Nigeria, I believe we have the good ones too. But the truth is everyone cannot be good. Even in the Bible, we have good and bad people. In the church too, we have bad and good women.”

On Rihanna, Orezi said;
“I have yet to meet Rihanna. The last time I thought I met her was in my dream. Something interrupted the dream and I woke up.
“I admire everything about her. Apart from being a pretty woman, she is a goal getter and she has achieved so much in life at a very young age. She ventured into cosmetics this year and she is doing well. I just admire her as an artiste and individual.”

On meeting his goals for the year, he said;
He explained, “This year is better for me because I am now my own CEO, which is a big progress. Though I have been doing things on my own, I plan to unveil my record company in January. So far, I have released three singles and they are all doing well. The recent song I released two months ago was Halleluyah. I didn’t exactly meet all my goals this year, but I still give thanks to God.”

My Illness Made Me Realize Just How Much I Am Loved - Halima Abubakar

Many were worried when photos of an ill Halima Abubakar surfaced, with tales of her suffering from cancer.

Halima, who is much better spoke on how she felt during this period and what she learnt from the experience.

Speaking with Sunday Scoop, Halima said;
Thankfully, it seems the worst of the storm is over for Halima and she is back to her bubbly self. In an exclusive chat with Sunday Scoop, she stated that she had resumed work.
“I am back on set fully. As a matter of fact, I am currently in Accra where I went to work with Pascal Amanfo. I was on set with Mercy Johnson and some other actors,” she said.

On what the experience on the sickbed taught her;
“I learnt that I am loved and supported. I was overwhelmed by the outpour of love and encouragement from friends, family and fans. It really made me feel appreciated. I am grateful to everybody who showed me love and I want them to know that I love them too.”

On felow actors taking care of themselves, the Kogi state actress said;
“All I have to say is, take care of yourself. Don’t joke with anything or take things for granted, even if it’s a headache or cold. Treat it immediately.”

Rochas Okorocha Buys A Bus For The Ministry Of Happiness (Photo)

Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo state made news last week when he decided to create a Ministry of Happiness and further appoint his sister as as the commissioner of Happiness and Purpose Fulfillment.

He has gone a step further by acquiring a coastal bus for the ministry.

See photo below;

Why I Am Angry With M.I - Vector

Ace rapper Vector, has finally revealed why he is angry with M.I after the latter's track 'You Rappers Should Fix Your Life,' a song that bluntly stated S.A rappers were better than Nigerains.
this of course did not go down well with Vector.

Speaking on his hurt, Vector said;
“No matter how much your parents flog you, they will not tell outsiders that you are a stupid child. He doesn’t have to say it openly that SA rappers are ‘killing’ Nigerian rappers. I have never said this before, but the simple truth is that we shouldn’t wash our dirty linen in public. It is fine to discipline people at home and I support that. If your children mess up, you can discipline them.
“When Jay-Z released the Death of Auto-Tune, he addressed everyone and said they should all go back to rap music. He didn’t say a group of rappers is doing better than one group. I didn’t like the fact that he called out Nigerian rappers openly and was comparing us with SA rappers.”

On why he is yet to collaborate with M.I, he said;
“We tried to work together on two different occasions, but it just didn’t happen. The first time was when he sent a beat to me to work on and he was supposed to be on the remix of my song, King Kong. Classiq later took his verse and did very well. We can still do something together later in the future. It is music; it is nothing serious,” he noted.

I Did Not Dump Music, I Am Still A Musician - Ikechukwu

With fewer of him being seen on musical projects and then starring in one of the biggest movies last year, Ikechukwu, is making it known he is still an artiste.

Speaking with Sunday Scoop, he said;
“I just believe I became known as a musician earlier, that’s all. But since I had recorded some achievements as a music artiste, I thought it was time to delve into movies.
“I was actually pursuing an acting career in New York before I came back to Nigeria. So, it has always been music and acting for me.”

He continued;
“I don’t think my love for music will suffer because of acting. For me, it is really about how much of effort and interest the creator puts into his art. Next year, I plan to drop music materials and perhaps an album too because my fans have been asking for it a lot.
“I have been getting more scripts ever since I featured in the Wedding Party. I am versatile; I have played a madman before. I can play any role, but I hope to play a role people won’t expect of me. I plan to feature in more projects that can help further my acting career. I don’t mind being in front or behind the camera.”

On marriage plans;
“I will get married when God deems it fit. I have tried marriage before and it didn’t work out well. I don’t know why it didn’t work out, but I feel it was not yet my time.”

Frustrated Soldier Shoots Himself In Yobe

Samaila Gabriel, a soldier who was serving in Yobe state, has reportedly shot himself dead after becoming frustrated. The Cable reports that colleagues of the deceased said he killed himself because of the refusal of the military authority to transfer him out of the North East since he has been there for three years and had not seen his family.

Many of the soldiers prosecuting the war against Boko Haram in the North East have reportedly not been allowed to go back home to visit their family members.

Samaila who is with service number 09NA/63/2867, shot himself dead in anger. His corpse has been deposited at the Sani Abacha hospital in Damaturu.

The Nigeria Army spokesperson is yet to react to the sad incident.

Student Wake Up To Find Dead Body In Front Of Their Hostel In Anambra State

The students of Federal Polytechnic Oko in Anambra state woke up this morning to find the dead body of an unknown man foaming and bleeding from the nose. The identity of the man or how he got there is not known but a student of the school said the body was found at Nwanyi Ocha's shop which is in front of the hostel. The source also said there's a shrine close to the hostel where the body was found but no one knows if the death has any connection with the shrine.  See more gory photos below.

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