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#BBNaija: “I know me & Erica are cool but I never had plans of sharing the N85m grand prize with her if I had won the reality show” – Kiddwaya

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BBNaija housemate, Kiddwaya says he would have used the N85m grand prize to boost his foundation if he had won the reality show.

Kiddwaya made this known during his media rounds on Wednesday after being asked if he was going to give half of the money to Erica as promised by his father.

He, however, insisted that he would have used the money for charity work instead.

He also said that he feels that there are lots of people who need the money more adding that he had always said that if he won he would use the money to make their lives better.

“The money would have been used for so many things and it would have gone straight to my foundation.

“It would have been used for Charity work.

“ Not a penny would have been given to anyone else because I have always said that there are a lot of people who need this money more.

“I know me and Erica are cool but I never had plans of sharing the money with her.

“We have our stuff together but even when we were still in the Big Brother house I have always maintained that the money would be used for charity work,” he said.

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Comedian Oluwadolarz welcomes his first child

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Comedian Oluwadolarz welcomes his first child

Nigerian comedian, Ogunleye Olamide Babatunde aka Oluwadolarz, has become a first time father

Ogunleye Babatunde aka Oluwadolarz, recently took to his Instagram page to share with fans that he is now a father.

The obviously excited new dad shared a photo on his social media page of his little one and fans took to the comment section to celebrate with him. The popular skit maker went ahead in his caption to welcome his baby home. Oluwadolarz said that his baby was born on October 22, 2020.

He also added that his child was the reason he was on the protest grounds for a better Nigeria.

In his words:

“A reason I have been on the protest ground for a better Welcome home (22/10/2020)”

See his post below:

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#EndSARS: Sanwo-Olu replies lady who asked him to summarize Buhari’s speech

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#EndSARS: Sanwo-Olu replies lady who asked him to summarize Buhari’s speech

President Muhammadu Buhari, at 19:00hrs On Thursday night, 22nd October, 2020, addressed the nation following the unrest and chaos that was looming in the country as a result of hoodlums hijacking the EndSARS peaceful protests by Nigerian youths.

Quite a large number of Nigerian youths were not pleased with his address as he didn’t mention the dreadful incident that occurred on Tuesday night, 22nd October 2020, where innocent protesters faced open fire by some men of the Nigerian military.

Following Buhari’s speech, Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-olu took to his social media pages to also address Lagosians, as he mourned the lives lost and reiterated on the government’s plans to reform the Police.

He wrote in part,

We are working to stabilise things across the state as we look to rebuild. The state team is working with the hospitals and emergency services to verify the details of everyone involved in incidents across the state.

I understand that tempers are high but we are beginning to get a clearer picture of what led us to this point, and I want to ask us to be circumspect to avoid further losses and triggering other sentiments. Do not encourage conflict through parody and innocent but inciteful words.

On our work to end police brutality, our panel is ready to begin work. We want to find justice and provide compensation for victims to the best of our abilities.

In the comment section of his post, one of his followers then asked if he could help summarize what President Buhari had earlier said in his speech and much to the surprise of many, the governor stated blatantly that “he can’t”.

This has got many to wonder if possibly, the governor himself was not as pleased with many others with the President’s speech or if maybe, he just “can’t”.

It should be recalled that the governor had earlier mentioned that he’d tried to contact the President hours before his address but he couldn’t.

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How the mention of my name saved my driver from hoodlums — Crossdresser Bobrisky

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How the mention of my name saved my driver from hoodlums — Crossdresser Bobrisky

Nigerian crossdresser, brand influencer and philanthropist, Idris Okuneye Olanrewaju, popularly known as Bobrisky recently took to his social media page to narrate how his name saved his car from being vandalized by hoodlums.

The male-barbie said he’d sent his driver on an errand and the driver had an encounter with hoodlums who might have destroyed his car but he revealed who sent him on the errand, the hoodlums let him go saying that nothing must happen to the car.

According to Bobrisky, he sent his driver back there to give the guys N100k. He then continued by saying that the point of his story was for people to help those around their house, offices and more.

He also said such gesture is good because when anything happens, these people can stand for the person.

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