Derenle Edun portrays himself as Nigeria's Catilyn Jenner. Says this on twitter: "DANG!!!!........ am Quiet. am not gon sAy a thing!!! But YOU IS weird and lovely"
What's your take on this?
Oreka Godis, an actress, content developer, creative writer, presenter and producer for radio and television. She was recently named the fashion brand ambassador for African Fashion Week Nigeria 2015.
Yetty Ogunnubi, PR and marketing manager of AFW made this known in a meeting with journalists. He said
“AFWN is extremely excited to have Oreka on
board this year. We see her as someone who embodies our ethos and
encourages consumer support across the African fashion industry".
"She was recently featured in New African Woman magazine as one
of the Nigerian Media Mogulettes to watch out for and we look forward to
seeing her empower, promote and help AFWN discover this year’s budding talent”.
African fashion week is one of the biggest fashion events that showcases African designers and AFW Nigeria 2015 promises to be the best, bringing the Nigerian designers that are waiting eagerly to be showcased.
Chief Simon Ado from Aji community of Igboeze North Local Government Area of Enugu state is married to 58 women and has 300 children.
Chief Ado is a herbalist and he is known in the community as Onuwa, African Soloman or satan is sleeping believes that his large family is enough to form a village of their own which he intends to call 'Onuwa'.
Even with 58 wives, he still intends to marry more. According to him he says, women find him attractive even the married ones are comtempleting about leaving their husbands to marry him.
Ladi Emeruwa is a Nigerian currently on a world tour playing the lead role 'Hamlet' in Shakespeare global tour. He has played this role superbly with reviews in 80 countries. His world tour will take him 2 years to complete because he will be performing in every single country in the world.
His next top is in his home country Nigeria. He will be performing at the Munson centre on the 4th of March 2015.
Shakespearean lovers take some time out and witness his outstanding performance.
Yohana Bahati, aged one, was snatched from his mother in the house, who was cut with a machete. He had been missing since on Sunday. Was later found few miles away from his residence with his limbs cut of.
In Tanzania, albino children are in high demand for witchdoctors who use them for preparation of their charms.
Early this year, the government of Tanzania banned all witchdoctors in the country. This was done to put an end to the attacks on albinos in the country.
A British man was shot shot dead in the compound of carter center, a human rights organization where the victim worked in the capital city Juba
BBC Africa reports that several people has been questioned bit the gunman is not still found. It is believe that the man was followed to Carter center then the gun got out of the trailing car and shot him.
The Carter center was established by former USA President, Jimmy Carter.
The fight between the South Sudan government and the rebels still continues.
The 'I be 16 years' crooner singer, Belinda Ekua Amoah aka Mzbel said recently in interview with Ghana TV that she does not believe Jesus Christ exist.
"I don’t want to offend anybody, I use to
believe in him, but according to my own
research I think he was made up, I might be wrong but I think he was made up, I don’t know if Jesus is the messiah."
Mzbel did not say why she made such statement. According to her she used to believe in Christianity way back up to the extent that she prayed one day and smoke filled her room.
"I actually prayed in my room one time, until it my room was filled with smoke, I called my pastor and told him that there were witches in my home and he told me that the presence of God was with me in my room, but now trust I
won’t believe in it any-more."
Why the change of heart towards Christianity and Jesus Christ; she didn't say.
The Ndebele people of Zimbabwe were part of Southern Africa before they had to migrate. Why?
The Ndebele people had existed as an independent nation till 1893 when
King Lobengula was forcefully removed from power by the British
The history of the Ndebele people begun when they
were part of the Zulus until a Zulu chief has a split from King Shaka in
the early 19th century under the leadership
of Mzilikazi, a former chief in his kingdom and ally. The unhappy Zulus
went on to conquer the Ndebele people. Thus the name, Chief Mzilikazi
named his kingdom Mthwakazi but the European's called it Matabeleland.
Chief Mthwakazi later migrated his people to the present day Zimbabwe
eventually,creating a land now called Matabeleland and encompassing the
west and south-west region of the country. Today, the (ama)Ndebele
of Zimbabwe or bakwaKhumalo (the people of Khumalo) are the second
largest population of Zimbabwe and their language is isiNdebele, and
just like their South African (ama) Ndebele counterpart is one of the official languages of the state.
"The chameleon gets behind the fly, remains motionless for some time,
then he advances very slowly and gently, first putting forward one leg
and then another. At last, when well within reach, he darts his tongue
and the fly disappears. England is the chameleon and I am that fly." —
Lobengula,the second and last king of Ndebele.