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Actress Angela Okorie blasts Tacha, calls her ungrateful

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Nigerian actress, Angela Okorie has taken to Instagram to blast reality star, Tacha for not showing gratitude to her even after she stood by her during her stay in Big Brother’s house.

Reality star, Tacha and on-screen diva, Angela Okorie

Okorie wrote:

“Some people I helped like Tacha can’t even say Thank you for giving her my platform To push her Brand. As a matter of fact she ignores me when I write her. It takes 2 days to reply me Or she directs me to her manager. What an Ungrateful personality

Tacha, it took you 2 weeks to call me after youLeft Big brother house,That was After @hairess_gallery told u to call to at least say thank you, Now I understand why Jaruma unfollowed you. Tacha, I told you to post her picture publicly and Say Thank you to her for all she did for you, Cos is not easy to spend money on who doesn’t Know u

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This Right Here keeps me going What Ever I do for people I don't expect A pay Back And that is why God Keeps blessing me But as a human being I think I deserve Gratitude. Some people i helped like Tacha can't even say Thank you for giving her my platform To push her Brand As the matter of fact she ignores me , When I write her It takes 2 days to reply me Or she directs me to her manager What an Ungrateful personality Tacha it took you 2 weeks to call me after you Left Big brother house, That was After @hairess_gallery told u to call to at least say thank you, Now I understand why Jaruma unfollowed you Tacha I told you to post her picture publicly and Say Thank you to her for all she did for you, Cos is not easy to spend money on who doesn't Know u , Gratitude is important I told you that "A good character will keep you in the industry for a long time" But a bad character will make u loose everything I was the First public face to post ur picture when you entered big brother house, This alone can make me not to help anybody again, But you know what??? I will keep helping people Cos this is part of my work on Earth. Called you for a shoot And I was shocked u said u will post it for free Forgetting I post u on my page 2/47 without u paying a Dine I pleaded with my lovely fans on daily basis to keep Voting for you until you win I lost lots of fans cos of you Some even wrote me messages threatening me For supporting you , " I told them I saw something different they can't see in you. Even when everyone was against you I supported you till the end and also gave them Reasons to support you, Gratitude is very Important Gratitude is a Must Does it mean if you were Angela Okorie You won't give me same opportunity I gave you???? Desist from being Ungrateful to people who Helped you when u were a nobody Else it will Ruin You forever NB: Gratitude is everything Morning world. #Epaindem

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The idea of domestic work is still thought of as something that women should do’ – Chimamanda Adichie

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Chimamanda Adichie says in many countries across the world, the idea of domestic work is still seen as something that women should do.

The award-winning author made this known during a conference in the Chilean capital Santiago. According to her, women may be making strides in the workplace and public life, but still bear the lion’s share of domestic work.

“The #MeToo movement in many parts of the world made it possible for women to start talking about things that women couldn’t talk about, so for me, that’s progress of sorts. Often, it feels as though it’s two steps forward and one step backward. We are talking about it but we haven’t quite found the solutions yet.

Chimamanda Adichie says in many countries across the world, the idea of domestic work is still seen as something that women should do. [Instagram/ChimamandaAdichie]

“The idea of domestic work, for example, who does it, is it something people should be paid for? In many countries across the world, it’s still thought of as something that women should do. Because of that, women are doing domestic work at home and also working outside the home. Women are now doubly burdened and so what can seem like equality really isn’t. In the future, we have to address that; otherwise, it will take women back even more,” she said.

Chimamanda Adichie remains one of the most vocal public figures in modern times who has never shied away from advancing and protecting the rights of women across the world. [Instagram/ChimamamdaAdichie]

Chimamanda Adichie remains one of the most vocal public figures in modern times who has never shied away from advancing and protecting the rights of women across the world. [Instagram/ChimamamdaAdichie]

Chimamanda Adichie remains one of the most vocal public figures in modern times who has never shied away from advancing and protecting the rights of women across the world. Times without number, she has blatantly or sometimes used some not so nice words to express her desires and aspirations for women.

“I’m not going to shut the f*ck up!” – Chimamanda Adichie on advocating for feminism

According to the author, regardless of race, age, gender, or nationality dismantling gender oppression through feminism is for everyone. [Instagram/ChimamandaAdichie]

The award-winning author made this known on Wednesday, November 20, 2019, while receiving an award at the ‘Equality Now.’ According to the author, regardless of race, age, gender, or nationality dismantling gender oppression through feminism is for everyone.

“I was a feminist long before I knew what the word meant. Not because I read books but because I observed the world around me and saw how women were treated. Sometimes it can feel very lonely trying to prove that sexism exists, that we haven’t achieved basic equality for women around the world. Tonight is an oomph that shows me that it truly matters. I’m going to remember this night when people tell me to shut up. I’m not going to shut the f*ck up!” she said.

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Rapper Drake set to visit Nigeria and other African countries in March 2020

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Canadian Grammy-winning rapper, Drake will visit Nigeria in 2020. This is part of a six-countries tour of Africa, including Nigeria, Ghana and South Africa.

He will be visiting three South African cities, 2 cities In Nigeria, and in Ghana, he will visit one city.

Schedule for the performances and city stops below;

South Africa (Johannesburg) on March 18, 2020

South Africa (Durban) on March 20, 2020

South Africa (Cape Town) on March 22, 2020

Ghana (Accra) on March 27, 2020

Nigeria (Lagos) on March 29, 2020

Nigeria (Abuja) March 30, 2020

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Alleged mastermind of Buhari’s fake wedding arraigned, faces 3 years imprisonment

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Kabiru Muhammad, the alleged mastermind of President Buhari’s fake wedding to a second wife has been arraigned before a Kano Magistrate court.

The suspect was arraigned by the DSS before the court on Tuesday January 14, on a two-count charge of defamation and injurious falsehood contrary to section 392 and 393 of the Kano Panel Code.

Kabiru is currently facing three years imprisonment without fines if found guilty of the charges. It is also speculated that securing the jail sentence will serve as a warning to other social media users.

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