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Upcoming Nigerian Artist Dies After Suffering At 31

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31-Year-Old Upcoming Singer Dies After Suffering A Stroke
31-Year-Old Upcoming Singer Dies After Suffering A Stroke

Late Adeolu

A new report has confirmed the death of a 31-year-old upcoming Nigerian artiste simply identified as Adeolu.

According to the reports, he died after suffering a stroke recently.

Publisher, Abubakar Tafawa-Balewa, shared the sad news on his Facebook page writing;

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I received the sad news of the passing away of one of my mentees this evening. His name was Adeolu and known as ADB.. I met him about 8yrs ago as a young aspiring musician. I got him into the studio and he recorded a song for MODE MEN ( Black Night) and a few other tracks ..

I advised him to get into school and have something to fall back on, he got admission into Uni.. struggled though financially… Finished and did his NYSC.. I’d been planning to get back into the Music game soon and he was always on my list of Artists.. We exchanged chats a few weeks ago, he was working in an Insurance company as a marketer and he wanted something else as it was ‘stressful’.. he forwarded his CV and I said I’d see what I can do.. he sent a reminder on the 16th of July and my reply was ‘I’m swamped with a lot of things but I’d get back soon’ .. and today I heard he had a stroke, was in a comma for 3days and passed away a few days ago..

I cried.. a young gifted life wasted .. How does a 31yr old have a stroke.. and die.. ? He never told me he had any aliments.. Did he even know he was hypertensive? So many questions.. This country is eating its ‘young’ …
RIP ADB.. ?

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‘We Will Win, Don’t Give Up’, Actress Stella Damasus Encourages Nigerians

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Stella Damasus

Stella Damasus

Nigerian actress, Stella Damasus, has encouraged Nigerians in this period. The movie star is confident that Nigerians will overcome and win the current challenges facing the country.

According to the actress, God has already declared that the challenges shall be surmounted, so there is no reason to give up the fight.

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Taking to her Twitter page, she writes:

“I encourage you all not to give up. Wetin we dey see so na wetin some of us expect. But na we go win. I am so confident. God don already declare since say na we go win. Dem go do their drama well well o but las las dem go commot 4 road. No give up abeg #EndBadGovernanceinNigeria”

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‘It’s Really Sad That Fashola Is Part Of The Pantomime’ – OAP Toolz Reacts To Camera Found At Tollgate

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Toolz

Nigerian OAP, Tolu Oniru Demuren, popularly known as Toolz, has reacted to the discovery of the secret camera by Minister Babatunde Fashola at the Lekki Tollgate on Sunday.

The OAP took to her Twitter page to express how disappointed she is by the actions of the public office holder, which suggests he is now without scruples. The mother of one also seeks to know if there are still some politicians in Nigeria who genuinely care about the youth.

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In her words:

 “Really sad that Fashola is part of this pantomime. Is there a politician in Nigeria that genuinely cares about the youth? #EndSARS”

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‘Celebrities Are Not Activists’ – TV Personality, Latasha Ngwube

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'Celebrities Are Not Activists' - TV Personality, Latasha Ngwube
Latasha Ngwube

Latasha Ngwube

Popular TV personality, Latasha Ngwube, has some words for those looking on to celebrities for hope. The 37-year-old lifestyle journalist says they are not activists and should not be put in such a position.

Taking to her Instagram page, she shares that a celebrity does not necessarily have to deliver the people to the promised land. In her words:

“CELEBRITY does not = ACTIVISTS nor does INFLUENCER = POLITICIANS  It does not mean one cannot be or become the other but PLEASE don’t automatically assign your collective future to a famous face because you like them. Think critically. A celebrity can be an agent for change but not necessarily the ONE who will deliver you from the promised land.”

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