Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expecting baby No. 2, months after Meghan’s heartbreaking miscarriage.
“We can confirm that Archie is going to be a big brother,” a spokesperson for the couple confirmed on Valentine’s Day as they shared a sweet black-and-white photo of Harry sitting on the grass in a garden while Meghan lay with her head in his lap and had her hand on her baby bump.
A Product Designer, Oke Obi-Enadhuze, who helped built a blood donation app for Life Bank Services, has been killed by a stray bullet just moments after tweeting, ‘Nigeria won’t end me’. Obi-Enadhuze, who was a fresh graduate of Computer Science from the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, was shot in his home located on St.Paul Street, Mafoloku, Oshodi area of Lagos State on Wednesday. He had tweeted, “Nigeria will not end me,” at 1.54pm, according to a Twitter time stamp. Although details are still sketchy, social media reports state that the deceased was killed by a stray bullet that emanated from the Makinde Police Station less than three hours later. According to police sources, some thugs had gone to set the police station ablaze when cops began shooting into the air to disperse them. “Makinde Police Division was burnt down by hoodlums, making it the 12th police station in Lagos to be attacked. In the process, policemen began firing shots. It is possible that one of the
All over the world, cross-over services are significant events that usher in a New Year. Cross-over services hold majorly in churches on the night of December 31 every year and Christians usually gather to pray and worship their Maker for the gift of a brand New Year. As a custom, the services start a few hours before 12am and end some minutes after 12am. But with the reality of the COVID-19 pandemic which has disrupted livelihood and ways of doing things, the cross-over services into the year 2021 will be different in many ways as global health authorities discourage large gatherings to curb the spread of the virus. In Nigeria, state governments like Ogun, Lagos, Osun, Cross River, amongst others have warned churches against holding cross-over services this Thursday, insisting that the 12am to 4am curfew imposed by the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 subsists. The PTF also stressed the need to maintain social distancing, use of face masks and hand sanitisers as Nigeria battles th
The Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has revealed that the curfew imposed in the state has been adjusted. CLICK 👉👉👉👉 JOIN OUR FACEBOOK FAN PAGE FOR DAILY UPDATE The Governor made this known during a nationwide broadcast on Friday. “People can now go out between 8am and 6pm in Lagos from Saturday,” he said. He however, warned against any other protests in the state. Details later…