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If God gives me your man, who am I to argue? – Actress Eniola Badmus

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Plus-sized Nollywood actress, Eniola Badmus, faced criticism on social media after she shared a post on her Snapchat that many people did not agree with. The post which had already been circulating on social media even before the actress posted it talked about how there is nothing wrong in dating someone else’s man. The post reads: “I want my own man but if God gives me yours, who am I to argue?”

This got a lot of negative backlash from mostly women expressing their varying opinions on her account.

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Bowen University bans Naira Marley songs

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Bowen University has found its way onto social media as according to reports, the varsity’s law department barred a DJ from playing any of Naira Marley’s songs.

A Twitter user by the name Darasimi shared a letter gotten adding the caption; ’Bowen University won’t kill me’

According to the letter sent to the DJ, the university barred him from playing any Naira Marley song at the Faculty of Law dinner event. See the letter below and share your thoughts with us guys;

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I’m greater than Sango and Ogun deities – Oluwo of Iwo

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The Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale Akanbi says he is greater than the duo of Sango and Ogun, two deities worshipped by the Yoruba. He said, though he respected the deities for the role they played during their eras and proud to call himself their son, he stressed that education and exposure to other societies had elevated him beyond the accomplishments of the deities.

He said, “civilization has overtaken their eras to the extent that a son of slave now has no reason not to make it in life. History needs to be only referenced; I must be greater; you must be greater than your fathers. You must be greater than your ancestors.”

The Oluwo maintained that greatness should not stop during the age of forefathers, declaring that if he is not greater than his fathers, it is a sad end to the fathers.

He urged traditional religion adherents to make the deities attractive instead of making them a monster which scares the people.

“Our deities should be repacked to attract tourists all over the world. We have had enough of doing the same thing which is giving us same result all over and over again.

“I am repackaging our ofin fabrics to appear more beautiful. The white see me at airport and plead to take pictures with me because of my shining attire,” he disclosed.

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#CardiB in Lagos

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Grammy award winner Cardi B just landed in Lagos for the Livespot x Festival. View pictures

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