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Prophet demands N750,000 to pray for Super Eagles so they can win World Cup

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While speaking during a live television interview, a Benin, Edo State-based cleric identified as Prophet Tommy Yisa Aika, predicted that Nigeria will be the first in Africa to lift the World Cup.

The man of God went further to demand that Nigerians should pay him N750,000 to pray for the Super Eagles to win the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

He said that God is interested in Nigeria’s Super Eagles conquering the world at the Russia 2018 World Cup “but because we have disobeyed God as a result of our nonchalance towards His directive that we should not engage a Whiteman to lead our team we may lose this golden opportunity which may not come to us again for another sixty years.”

To appease God, Prophet Aika volunteered to intervene with his over 60 prayer warriors, who are already on standby, to undertake ceaseless prayer sessions “so that what has been destroyed can be readjusted to grant the Super Eagles divine favour all through the tournament.”

He is asking for the sum of N750,000 for the prayers which will bring the Super Eagles victory.

He said: “What I need is a token N750,000 (seven hundred and fifty thousand naira) to get some spiritual materials and also to give my prayer warriors as honourarium.

“This (none inclusion of a Whiteman in the Super Eagles team) has been the message that I have been passing to our Football authorities in the last couple of years but which has always been disregarded. Those who know me can attest to this.”

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Tiwa Savage To Release New Song, ‘Ole’

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Singer, Tiwa Savage

Nigerian singer, Tiwa Savage, is set to release a new song titled ‘Ole’ featuring Naira Marley. The award winning artist took to her Twitter page to share a teaser from the upcoming video.

‘Ole’ is a Yoruba word for ‘thief’. Stating why she has decided to release the song on Friday, October 30, she writes:

“An artist’s duty is to reflect the times. And at this crucial time in our lives everyday is a matter of survival – Nina Simone

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It’s time to reclaim Nigeria back, we shall not only continue from where our parents left off but we shall win. Ole ft Naira Marley THIS FRIDAY”

‘Ole’ is a track on her third studio album, ‘Celia’.

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Actress Ani Amatosero Says There Is SARS In Entertainment Industry

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Actress Ani Amatosero Says There Is Also SARS In Entertainment Sector
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Ani Amatosero

Nollywood actress, Ani Amatosero, has opened a can of worms in the entertainment sector. The movie star states that there is also SARS in the industry. Therefore, her colleagues in the industry should put a stop to their unwholesome activities.

Taking to her Instagram page, she writes:

“SARS IN THE ENTERTAINMENT SECTOR If you are a DIRECTOR, and you ask for sex before giving roles, you are worse than SARS. If you are a PRODUCER, and you owe your casts and crew and you refuse to pay, you are worse than SARS.

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If you are an ACTOR, and you scheme your way to hijack a role from your fellow actor, some will tell their marketer boyfriends names of people that will not be in the job, then your name is SARS.

If you are a PM/Director/Producer and you tell people to register under your company (after registering in AGN) and you don’t give them good jobs, you are Daddy/Mummy SARS. We need to also cleanse the ENTERTAINMENT SECTOR”

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‘I’m Sad All Over Again’ – Adekunle Gold Remembers Lekki Tollgate Shootings

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‘I’m Sad All Over Again’ – Adekunle Gold Remembers Lekki Tollgate Shootings
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Adekunle Gold

Popular Nigerian singer, Adekunle Gold has said that he is still sad over the tragedy that struck at Lekki Tollgate, Lagos in the penultimate week.

Information Nigeria recalls men dressed in military wear opened fire on #EndSARS demonstrators, who convened at the protest ground on Tuesday, October 20.

Taking to Twitter, the singer stated that he is unhappy because the Nigerian Government hasn’t been able to hold one person responsible for the unfortunate incident one week later.

In his words;

“One week since Lekki Massacre and NOT ONE PERSON has been held responsible for the senseless killings of our people! Nothing has happened! I’m sad all over again.”

Read Also: Adekunle Gold Reacts To Secret Camera Found At Lekki Tollgate

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