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I Don’t Live A Fake Life, I Have Money To Lavish On Myself And Do Whatever I Want –Actress Angela Okorie

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Many Nollywood actresses (and even actors) have often been accused of living fake lives in order to impress people on social media. A lot of them allegedly buy things on credit or claim other people’s property as their own.

However, actress, Angela Okorie, stated vehemently that she didn’t belong to that group. In a chat with Sunday Scoop, she said;

“For the people who live fake lives, that’s their personal decision and they should continue living that way (if it pleases them). Why would I live a fake life when I have money to lavish on myself and do whatever I want? Backbiting and envy are normal things in the movie industry. You’re welcome to a world where being fake is a routine. When we see them (people who do such), we know them.”

Okorie, who was recently involved in an online altercation with one of her followers, says she has grown a thick skin to criticisms. “I am used to cyber bullying. Sometimes, I keep quiet. But if someone does something wrong, I have to address it. If I post something and you make a bad comment about it, or you try to shame me, I will give it back to you in the same manner,” she said.

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“I don’t care about #EndSARS”- Edo state deputy governor’s son slams protesters

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A Nigerian man reported to be the son of Philip Shaibu, deputy Governor of Edo State, has made it clear to Nigerians that he does not care about the ongoing #EndSARS movement in Nigeria.

According to the young man, it is also the reason why he has not said or posted anything related to campaign.

In a video shared on social media, the man was upset by the way Nigerians living in Canada or America are seriously protesting against police brutality in Nigeria.

He says he doesn’t give a f*ck and questioned who Nigerians abroad are protesting to.

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There Is Hope For A Better Nigeria -AY Comedian Prays

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Nigerian stand-up comedian, Ayo Makun, popularly known as AY says we can have a better Nigeria.

Nigerian stand-up comedian, Ayo Makun, popularly known as AY says we can have a better Nigeria.

AY Prays For Nigeria

Taking to the microblogging site, Twitter, the veteran comedian encouraged Nigerians amidst the on-going unrest in Lagos and other parts of the country.

In his tweet, the ace comedian who is also an actor prayed for the leaders and the nation at large.

Read his tweet below;

‘There is hope for a better Nigeria. We serve a God of restoration. Today we pray that God almighty would give wisdom & empathy to our current leadership. We pray 4 revivals in d land. More importantly, we pray for our leaders to seek common ground & unity with us in Jesus name. Amen

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Sanwo-Olu Confirms Lekki Toll Gate CCTV Still Intact

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Sanwo-Olu Confirms Lekki Toll Gate CCTV Still Intact

Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu in an interview with Arise TV has confirm that the CCTV camera at the Lekki Toll Gate is still intact.

Responding to the interviewer’s question who asked the integrity of the installed CCTV at the Tollgate.

The governor further states that his government would involve the use of experts to confirm the integrity of the CCTV cameras.

More-so, he said the video footage of the happenings at the Lekki Toll Gate would be investigated by the experts and they would verify the integrity of every video footage. He also mentioned that the panel would be set up by weekend, after the curfew.

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