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Governor Ajimobi gave my wife $1,000 and assured her he won’t demolish my property' - Yinka Ayefele









Yinka Ayefele, whose N800 million music house was demolished on Sunday by agents of the Oyo State government, has revealed that Governor Abiola Ajimobi gave his wife the sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000) and assured that he will not demolish the building.



Ayefele made the revelations while reading his press statement titled “Governor Ajimobi and the Sunday breakfast disaster”, at a press conference held at the demolished building on Monday evening.



He disclosed that his wife during a visit to the governor on Saturday was on her knees begging the governor for several hours not to demolish the building, adding that he was surprised that the building was demolished despite the Governor’s assurance to the wife.



The Juju musician, who wept as he narrated his ordeal, insisted that contrary to the claim of the Oyo State government that the building contravened town planning law, he has necessary papers for the building housing his radio station, Fresh FM 105.9. Ayefele in an emotion-laden speech revealed that his wife was in Ajimobi’s house to beg the Governor not to demolish the building, and that the Governor promised to look into the matter.




Ayefele, who said he would have followed his wife to beg the governor if not for the fact that he was on hospital bed on Saturday, revealed that the governor even gave his wife the sum of $1,000 when she was leaving his (Ajimobi) house. He, however, said he was surprised that the state government went ahead to demolish the building few hours later.




Ayefele said, “I am sad that all I laboured for for almost twenty years had been pulled down. “Let me also bring to your notice that that my wife was with the governor till around 3.00 a.m on Saturday. She was able to meet the governor and he assured her that the building will not be demolished and as an assurance, when she was leaving, the governor gave her $1,000
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"The woman with the quiet beauty that listens and works hard to make you happy is the one we often tag as boring" - Paddy Adenuga












As the billionaire son shared via Twitter today. Men, is this true?
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You won't believe how much this Nigerian couple found after they opened their piggy bank (Photos)















This Nigerian couple received the shock of their lives after they broke their joint piggy bank in which they were actively saving in for over 7 months but couldn't believe the amount they found inside it.



The husband, Iheaka Michael Somadina Flb took to Facebook to reveal they found N240 (Two pieces of hundred naira note & Two pieces of twenty naira note) in the piggy bank they were keeping money in since January this year.



According to him, he's confused despite being told by a close relative that some carpenters who make these boxes go diabolical with it.



See his post below.





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Woman weds for the first time at age 60












A Kenyan woman became a bride for the first time at the age of 60.

Ms Teresiah Njoki, 60, married Mr Ayub Mugo Waitara, 78, on Sunday at St Marks ACK Church in Maragua, Muranga County, in Kenya.

Mr Ayub Mugo Waitara, who is a grandfather, lost his wife and said he had been lonely for the past 10 years, until he met Ms Njoki.

Friends and relatives of the bride and the bridegroom were at church to witness as the two lovebirds exchange vows on Sunday.

Speaking on how they met, Mr Waitara said:


In 2017 while on a private business in Thika town, I saw a woman who appeared very special to me, a strong feeling of love hit me and I decided to follow her.

I stopped and asked her out for tea which she obliged. While at the restaurant, we exchanged phone numbers and an intimate conversation followed a few days later.

I knew she would fall in love with me because I kept on praying for her.




Mr Waitara told the Daily Nation that after falling in love with his bride, he called all his five children and informed them about his new love. He said that his children promised to stand by him during and after the wedding.

Mr Waitara said he decided to marry to kill boredom and loneliness which, he said, had affected him since the death of his first wife.

He said:



Old widowers and widows are at the risk of dying of loneliness and stress and I advise them to marry.


Ms Njoki said that at first, she resisted Mr Waitara’s marriage proposal, but she could hear a voice compelling her to accept the proposal.

After exchanging marriage vows, the first-time bride said:



I feel so happy; I had kept telling God to reveal to me the man he created for me. Despite old age, I have met him, I love him so much.


The couple says they have no intentions of having kids.

The bridegroom’s first born, Mr Chege Waitara 50, said their father’s happiness was their priority.


"We are happy to have a mother and a brother; we shall live happily as one big family," he said.
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19 killed in fresh Boko Haram attack in Borno Suspected members of the terror group, Boko Haram, have attacked the Malari village in Borno state, killing at least 19 persons. Abatcha Umar, a resident of the community whose younger brother was killed during the attack, said the sect members stormed the community on Sunday and carried out the attack. He said he counted 19 bodies inclusive of his deceased brother. He also accused the Army stationed in the state of negligence. According to him, the community members had spotted the sect members three days before the attack around their environment. Umar said they alerted the soldiers who did not act on their information. An aid worker at a camp that received the survivors, and who declined to be identified, put the death toll at 63. Boko Haram fighters, according to Reuters, reportedly arrived in trucks firing guns and rocket-propelled grenades.









Suspected members of the terror group, Boko Haram, have attacked the Malari village in Borno state, killing at least 19 persons.



Abatcha Umar, a resident of the community whose younger brother was killed during the attack, said the sect members stormed the community on Sunday and carried out the attack. He said he counted 19 bodies inclusive of his deceased brother. He also accused the Army stationed in the state of negligence.

According to him, the community members had spotted the sect members three days before the attack around their environment. Umar said they alerted the soldiers who did not act on their information.



An aid worker at a camp that received the survivors, and who declined to be identified, put the death toll at 63. Boko Haram fighters, according to Reuters, reportedly arrived in trucks firing guns and rocket-propelled grenades.
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Check out how your favorite female celebrities arrived the red carpet at 2018 MTV Video Music Awards

















Monday night's MTV Video Music Awards saw popular female celebrities arrive in outfits ranging from glamorous to scandalous as the event kicked off at Radio Music Hall in New York.

See how some of the female celebrities attended the event below.

Who gets your vote for best dressed?














































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