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Actress Mosun Filani Recounts How Policemen Killed Her Brother In 2010

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Actress Mosun Filani Recounts How Policemen Killed Her Brother In 2010
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Nigerian actress, Mosun Filani

Popular Yoruba actress, Mosun Filani Oduoye has recalled how her brother was allegedly killed by the police in Ogun state in 2010.

The film star shared a photo of her brother as she penned an emotional post via her Instagram page on Saturday.

The actress wrote;

“Nigeria failed u in 2010 my sweet brother. U were 25years old then. Officers from eleweran/obantoko abeokuta killed u on Friday evening, but we were notified on Sunday morning.”

“We don’t have the full details of what happened or how it happened till date. We went to both station, but we were treated like criminals, and chased away. I was able to locate ur corpse thru the help of a big area brother back then….”

“We went to all the mortuarys in abeokuta one after the other tipping them to let me search thru their abandoned corpses by police. When I found u at ijaiye state hospital u were naked and dead but ur hand was still on ur stomach where u were shot and I could see the bullet hole. I shouted, rolled on the muddy floor, I sat amongst the many corpse and held u my handsome brother before I was dragged away.”

“They never wanted us to locate ur corpse at all. But today We Nigerians are saying NO MORE!!! RIP OLATUBOSUN OLUWATOSIN FILANI. POLICE KILLED U IN 2010.”

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#EndSARS: Falz Unveils ‘The Conversation’ As A Way Forward

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“Mixed Feelings”, Says Rapper Falz As He Celebrates 30th Birthday

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Nigerian entertainer, Folarin Falana, popularly known as Falz, has unveiled ‘The Conversation’, a virtual meeting in which key participants of the #EndSARS movement would be gathered to discuss on the way forward as well as the next strategies to implement.

The rapper cum actor, who recently turned 30, took to his Twitter page to share the flier for the event which will hold on Saturday, October 31.

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His captions reads:

“It’s a marathon not a sprint! A couple of people that have been at the forefront of the #EndSARS movement, coming together to discuss the way forward. It’s an open conversation, so please join in! wemovenaija.com 3pm today.”

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‘I Hope Some Celebrities Don’t Betray Us In Next Elections’ – Samklef

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'I Hope Some Celebrities Don't Betray Us In Next Elections' - Samklef

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Nigerian record music producer, Samuel Oguachuba, popularly known as Samklef, has reacted to the list of celebrities who voted in change during the last elections.

The report was made by The Punch. In the report, all the celebrities who supported the current administration were listed. The report also says that the celebrities now regret their actions.

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Taking to Twitter, Samklef writes that he hopes some celebrities do not betray the people in exchange for money or positions.

His tweet reads:

“Celebs who regret supporting ‘change’. I hope next election some no go betray us. Cause Na some celebrities be beneficiaries for this matter. Money dey finish o! I hope some no go sing I believe come next election for some in 2023?”

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‘I Was Really Suicidal’, Justin Bieber Reveals

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'I Was Really Suicidal', Justin Bieber Reveals
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American singer, Justin Bieber, has revealed that he was really suicidal at some point in his life. The multiple Grammy award winner, who recently released a song titled ‘Holy’ featuring Chance The Rapper, shared this piece of information in a special documentary titled ‘Justin Bieber: Next Chapter’ posted on YouTube.

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In his words:

“There was times where I was really, really suicidal. Like, man is this pain ever going to go away? It was so consistent, the pain was consistent. I was just suffering, right? So, I’m just like, man, I would rather not feel this (pain) than feel this.”

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