How #EndSARS debate was secured for discussions in houses of UK Parliament

The #EndSARs debate secured discussion in UK parliamentary house on 23rd November 2020.

Silas Ojo, a British Nigerian, had created the petition on 12 October 2020 in response to protests by Nigerians worldwide to end the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).

Silas Ojo, a British Nigerian, created the petition in response to protests by Nigerians worldwide to end SARS.

It was not until the date, 20th October 2020, the day of the #LekkiMassacre did the petition become eligible for discussions in parliament.

How did it make it there? Continue reading

The long standing sad 2 year fight between Miss RFabulous and Ivorian Doll

Ivorian Doll staked full claim as a Drill rapper when she appeared on GRM Daily to perform her daily duppy.

Best Friends turned frenemies Miss R Fabulous and Ivorian Doll. Source: Instagram

In the process, the influencer turned rapper name drops other influencers and artists from Miss R Fabulous aka Renee and Sideman to Lady Leshurr, Wretch and Abigail whom were not literally named but referenced.

Renee, never one to back down, dropped a ‘Homerton Thot’ diss track within 48 hours as a reply, and it seems there will never be an end to the drama that started two years ago.

Where it all began?

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“We will continue to work with the Nigerian Government”: UK #EndSARS parliamentary discussions to sanction Nigeria leads to dead end

A group of MPs gathered in parliament on 23 November 2020 to address Diaspora Nigerians’ request to sanction certain known individuals within the Nigerian Government and security forces, following the #LekkiMassacre – that left an uncertified number of people dead.

Majority of the group, led by Rt Hon Theresa Villiers, the Conservative MP for Chipping Barnet, argued the case for Nigerian civilians to be heard since over Continue reading

Video: Heart-breaking moment a school girl was rescued from child predator, Kadian Nelson

An 11 year old vulnerable school girl was saved from a pedophile in Mitcham, South London, England.

In a video trending on social media, a young man now known to be 26 year old Kadian Nelson is seen holding the young girl firmly and hurryingly ushering her away.

The video was filmed by a young lady who with her mum began following Continue reading

Proof of #LekkiMassacre? Ireland based Nigerian woman says her son died at the Lagos Protest[Video]

A lady is in mourning after she discovered her son, Anthony, died at the #LekkiMassacre.

The lady who came out on Facebook live, condemned Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, and the other politicians who claimed there were no death at the Lekki Toll Gate protest.

Watch the video below. Continue reading

“No ond died at Lekki Toll gate”: Here is why Lagos Governor, Sanwo Olu maybe be saying truth about the #LekkiMassacre

20.10.20 is a day that many Nigerians will never forgot.

People worldwide, at least 150k of them, tuned in to DJ Switch’s Instagram live on this day to witness the sound of gunshots, while the DJ herself battled with others to save a man life who laid unconscious following a gunshot wound.

By the end of that video, it is Continue reading

Guyana’s Naomi Campbell makes it on Real Housewives on Cheshire: Meet Lystra Adams

She is not married but Lystra Adams has managed to bag herself a spot on the Real Housewives of Cheshire.

The UK version of the American ‘Real Housewives’ series – in which a group of wealthy glamorous friends socialise, bicker, laugh and fight – has been a successful hit.

As Lystra prepares join the OGs of Cheshire, lets learn a thing or two about the beauty. Continue reading

“Igbos leave Yorubaland or live to regret it” Adeyinka Grandson threatens from the comfort of his London home

Adeyinka Grandson, who describes himself as ‘born to an upper middle class Yoruba Royal family’ is giving Igbos living in any Yoruba state a 48 hour ultimatum.

The fame-hungry London based man issued a threat spread across social media, telling the Igbos they have until Continue reading

#EndSARS protests to hold all around the UK

In light of the uprising currently happening in Nigeria, Nigerians in the UK plan to hold multiple EndSARS demonstrations at various locations across the country.

Southampton, London, Luton and Glasgow are among cities that will be holding protests.

London held a successful protest today at the Nigeria High Commission, and will hold another on Continue reading

Is Queen Naija a Nigerian?

Queen Naija is a 25 year old America R’n’B singer and a YouTube star with over 4.7 million subscribers on her channel.

She is half Arab as a her father whom she does not know is a Yemeni, while remainder background is of Black and Italian mix.

She likes to go by the stage name Queen Naija, and coincidentally Nigeria, the West African country is often called Naija as a shortcut version of its full name.

Given the 25 year old is much younger than the country, Naija, was she inspired to give herself that stage name? Continue reading

Remember their names: The Nigerian citizens killed by SARS

A swatch of Nigerian citizens have been victims of SARS have been named, and Nigerians on 16th October 2020 took to the streets to remember them.

These people are thought to be only a handful of individuals that have been identified. There are many that may never be identified.

According to a Amnesty report, the Special Anti-Robbery squad set up to fight violent crimes have targeted individuals predominantly men between Continue reading

GoFundMe page set-up for Blessing Ayomide Adetutu Olusegun who was mysteriously found dead in Bexhill-on- Sea

A GoFundMe page has been opened for Blessing Ayomide Adetutu Olusegun, the young and beautiful 21 year old Nigerian who was mysteriously found dead at Glyne Gap Beach in Bexhill-on- Sea, UK.

The organisers, her family and friends have opened up to wanting to raise enough funds to arrange a befitting burial for her after the corona who examined her urged for a quick burial despite being unable to determine the cause of her death.

Blessing, the daughter of Olori Yeyelua Esther Abe – Adeyemi, was said to be on a one week Continue reading

Stephen Fry announces Olasunkanmi Opeifa as top 10 Finalist for 2020 Global Teacher Prize

Olasunkanmi Opeifa, an English teacher at the Government Day Secondary School, Abuja, Nigeria has been shortlisted as a top ten finalist for The Global Teacher Prize 2020.

Olasunkanmi’s name was introduced into the mix of finalists by renowned British actor and comedian, Stephen Fry.

Stephen describes Olasunkanmi as an inspiration to his students. Using edu-tainment, Continue reading

Nigeria’s Statue of #EndSARS Aisha Yesufu: 5 facts we never knew

Most people would recognise her from Chibok campaign of #Bringbackourgirls from 2014

But Aisha Yesufu has officially written her name with permanent pen in the book of history as an outright Nigerian campaigner following her Statue of Liberty-like pose that has earned her the Statue of #EndSARS name.

Aisha Yesufu, Nigerian Human Right campaigner

Dressed in a dark blue Muslim attire with legs spread in stance of protest, a bag hung across her chest and left arm raised as if punching the air – signifying empowerment to the people. The the image is set to go down in history as one of the most iconic moment in the #EndSARS campaign.

Who is Aisha Yesufu and how did her campaigning jump into the limelight?

Find out in the five facts below. Continue reading

Nigerians respond with their own #5for5 demands to the police force and number four is a great request

The Special Anti-Robbery Squad was officially dissolved on 10th of October in an announcement by the Nigerian Police Force.

In doing so, the force revealed five actions that they will be taking post-#EndSARS, one of which was to redeploy SARS officer across other arms of the police force.

Nigerians begin their negotiations with the government with five requests in response to the police’s force five post-SARS tasks

In return, citizens have laid down their own demand that should be adhere including retraining of the SARS officers to be redeployed.

See the five demand below. Continue reading

5 things you need to know about the end of SARS: Number two will leave you wondering if its really the end

The Nigerian government finally listened to its citizens cry to #EndSARS., an on 11th Oct, the end of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) was officially announced.

In doing so, the Nigerian Police released its five tasks that will proceed post the dissolution, and number two may leave you unsettled. Continue reading

The no-nonsense “lazy/2 generation has won: SARS is officially DISSOLVED

Celebrities and the no-nonsense citizens of Nigeria took a stand worldwide as they went to the street to peacefully voice their anger on SARS.

#EndSARS protest take place in Nigeria’s High Commission London. photo courtesy: OyinboPrincess/Instagram

Their voices were finally heard as the government officially announced the end of SARS.

In official uniformed tweets released by the presidency’s handle, the government wrote, Continue reading

“I dey vex abeg”: Mike Edwards, John Boyega, Patricia Bright and other stars lead Nigerians in diaspora’s cry to #EndSARS

Nigeria British stars are lending their voices to the #EndSARS movement.

John Boyega, Patricia Bright, Mike Edwards and Nabil Abdulrashid shared their views on twitter and Instagram while Khafi Kareem joined the campaign in Lagos Nigeria, offering the Nigerian President Muhammad Buhari, her expertise gained from previous as an ex-police officer in the UK

In a twitter post, Star Wars actor, John Boyega, 28, wrote, Continue reading

#EndSARS: What is it all about?

Nigerian celebrities gathered on October 8th with protesters calling for the End of SARS for the first round of protests calling for the end of SARS following a series of online protests.

Furious at the ongoing brutality and extortion of citizens, stars including actress, Toke Makinwa and artists, Falz the Bad Guy, Tiwa Savage and Runtown turned out in force with ordinary citizens demanding for complete closure of the SARS Unit.

Here is all you need to know about the #EndSARS movement. Continue reading

African aunties get in here! YouTubers Nella Rose, Adeola Patronne and Annie Drea dish the last blows

Having felt traumatised by their African aunties over their life’ existence, YouTubers, Nella Rose, Annie Drea and Adeola Patronne took to YouTube to have the last laugh on those aunties.

Nella Rose, Annie Drea and Adeola Patronne dish aunties who have traumatised them their own medicines. Source: Youtube/AnnieDrea

“I don’t like it when they feel like they can critique your life when their son is in jail”.

And “I am not a big fan of pushing marriage on me when yours did not work out” were one of the words spoken by the social media influencers.

The ladies, all vexed up, dish African aunties food for thought in Continue reading

The SMASH or PASS video that got people talking about Ms R Fabulous, Nella Rose and Adeola Patronne

Fury has erupted after YouTubers, Ms R Fabulous, Nella Rose and Adeola Patronne were roasted in a SMASH or PASS video by a group boys and girls.

Ms R Fabulous, Adeola Patronne and Nella Rose’s fans furious after a YouTube ‘Smash or pass’ video. Source: YouTube

British Nigerian artist, Ms Banks had a thing to say about it, Ms R Fabulous hit back with a reply while Adeola chose to take the ‘high road’.

The video titled ‘Smash or Pass UK Edition’ was posted on YouTube by Continue reading

“From investing to setting goals, I am now in the millionaires club” Patricia Bright exposes secrets to becoming a millionaire

Hands up if y’all want to be a millionaire?

After 11 years of YouTube, endorsements, businesses and property investments, Patricia Bright has acknowledged that she is officially a millionaire.

Anyone that has followed Patricia through the years know she does not brag about these rather she will share “so we can all be rich together”.

Let’s catch some tips girl, watch along below. Continue reading

“Quarantine almost broke my marriage up” Patricia reveals as she gives fans her life’s update

“That boy like, quarantine almost broke us”

“One of the truth that you don’t know is that my surname isn’t Bright”

“I am more than likely to a tummy tuck or an abdominal plasti with diastasis and hernia repair”

Patricia Bright has given fans a glimpse of her ‘real’ life so far in 2020.

Strike a pose! Patricia, Michael and their girls. source: PatriciaBright/Instagram

In what appears to be an attempt to re-connect with herself and take more risks, Patricia revealed many things that is currently happening in her life and how she will introduce more risque content to her YouTube channel.

One of her reveals was how Continue reading