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The Director-General of the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, Brig. Gen. Sale Zakari Kazaure, has revealed when corps members’ allowance would be increased.
Kazaure said corps members’ allowance will be increased when the minimum wage of civil servants are increased.
He made the disclosure while refuting rumours of increment in the monthly allowances of serving corps members.
Kazaure spoke at the NYSC Orientation Camp in Issele-Uku, Delta State while addressing the 2018 batch ‘B’ (stream II) corps members
He said corps members were not “different from civil servants, so whenever the minimum wage of civil servants is increased, increment in corps members’ allowance will automatically be effected.”
The DG assured that the NYSC is in corroboration with all security agencies to guarantee the safety of corps members in their various places of primary assignments.
He called on corps members to stay away from sharp practices and to “maintain neutrality if they are called upon as ad-hoc workers for the 2019 general elections.”
Kazaure cautioned them to avoid being involved in “yahoo business, 419, night parties and not to be deceived by politicians as 2019 elections are coming closer.
“Any where you find yourselves, be neutral. Also be good ambassadors and be patriotic to your country. Anyone found wanting will be dealt with.”

Olusola Fabiyi, Abuja
The Peoples Democratic Party said it had uncovered an alleged plot by President Muhammadu Buhari and the All Progressives Congress to use the party’s direct primary to validate their plan to rig the 2019 general elections, particularly for the President, who it said had become grossly unpopular ahead of the elections.
The PDP in a statement by its National Publicity Secretary, Mr. Kola Ologbondiyan, in Abuja on Saturday, said that the main opposition party was aware that the Presidency forced the direct primaries on party members to eliminate delegates’ participation and pave the way for the allocation of millions of conjured votes.
Ologbondiyan said that the APC and Buhari were planning to use the votes as a basis to authenticate the alleged fictitious votes they intend to declare for President Buhari at the general elections.
He said, “Having eliminated contest within the APC, the Presidency, which is now apprehensive of apathy against President Buhari due to his increasing unpopularity, plots to import non-members of the party to satiate the venue of the presidential primaries to create an impression of overwhelming popularity for Mr. President and use that to validate the fictitious votes they are conjuring for the Presidential election.
“The PDP is reliably informed that this rigging plot is the reason, the APC aspirants to other positions, especially, APC state governors, are demanding direct primaries instead of the indirect primaries earlier approved for them by their party..

Latest corp member and Nigerian popular singer, Davido has revealed why he registered for the one-year mandatory National Youth Service Corps, NYSC.
On Tuesday, 28th 2018 Davido shared photos of himself in NYSC uniform after his registration as he amazed his fellow corp members of his arrival into Lagos camp.
The ‘OBO’ crooner, while signing his oath of allegiance form, told newsmen at the camp that he registered for the scheme due to his strong passion for NYSC. He also promised to adhere to camp rules and regulations.

Kano State Emergency Relief and Rehabilitation Agency (SERERA) says it has dispatched personnel to eight local government areas of the state recently affected by flood to assessing the damage caused by the disaster in the areas.

The Executive Secretary of the agency, Alhaji Ali Bashir, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Kano on Thursday.

He said the team had visited seven out of the eight local government areas concerned to compile report on the situation.

Bashir listed the local government areas as: Rimin Gado, Tofa, Dawakin Tofa, Gwarzo, Danbatta, Kabo, Gezawa and Gabasawa.

“The team has so far visited and assessed the situation in Rimin Gado, Danbatta, Gezawa, Gwarzo, Tofa, Dawakin Tofa and Kabo local government areas.

“As I am talking to you now, we are in Gabasawa Local Government Area, assessing the damage caused by the flooding in the area,” he said.

Bashir, who declined to state the number of people affected by the disaster, said after the assessment, the agency would make a comprehensive report for onward submission to the state government.

“We cannot give you the exact number of persons or houses affected until after we finish the assignment.”

According to him, the agency is still receiving reports of the disaster from other areas prone to flood.

NAN reports that no fewer than three people were reported to have died and several houses destroyed in Kiru Local Government Area of the state, following a heavy rainfall on Monday.

A 25-year-old mother of two, Miss Kehinde Olomola, has died from injuries she sustained during an attack in her home at Igede community in Irepodun/Ifelodun Local Government Area of Ekiti.

Her twin sister Taiwo, told newsmen, on Thursday, that the late Kehinde did not survive a stab she received in her neck, and that she died at the Federal Teaching Hostpital (FETHI), Ido-Ekiti, on Monday.

Taiwo claimed that when she called her twin sister on the telephone, at about 9pm on Sunday, “I heard a male voice in the background and I angrily ended the call after inquiring about the male voice.”

She said: “The male voice was strange to me, I got angry and I said ‘what is a man doing in your room at such late hour’. I didn’t wait for an answer as I ended the call. That was the last I heard from her until we learnt the following morning that she had been stabbed in the neck.”

Also read: Sad Sad! Flood Hits 8 Local Government Areas In Kano State

Speaking on the death, their family friend, Daniel Oluwadare, said he received a phone call from the elder brother of the deceased, Tosin Olomola, that she had been injured and that he saw her in a pool of her blood.

Oluwadare said he saw the fatally stabbed Kehinde barely breathing and explained that neighbours helped in getting her to the General Hospital, Iyin-Ekiti where she received first aid, before she was moved to FETHI.

According to him, “the doctors at FETHI did very well to bring her to life, and although she could not be heard as she made efforts to respond when asked questions, she was able to say that she was attacked by one Odunayo, but we could not decipher the other name she was mentioning.”

Oluwadare said the doctors announced Kehinde’s death to them on Monday “after we though that she had made it through.”

On what they thought might have led to her being attacked and by whom, Taiwo stated that she was not aware of any one her sister had issues with, pointing out that she was “a lively person who plays with people and an easy-going person that wouldn’t be found in places of trouble.”

She said a suspect had been arrested by the police, and insisted that “the police must help us get to the root of this painful murder; they must take appropriate steps and ensure that whatever the laws prescribed for a murderer must be applied.”

Confirming the incident, the Public Relations Officer of the Ekiti State police command, Mr. Caleb Ikechukwu, said the incident was reported shortly after the act was committed “and the police swung into action.”

Ikechukwu said “police officers were deployed to the scene, where they saw a pool of blood and blood on her phone and an axe that was used to commit the crime. The lady was rushed to the hospital where she later died.”

DSP Ikechukwu added that “before the lady died, she made a dying declaration of who attempted to stab her. She mentioned some name and the police took note of those names and effected an arrest.”

He said about three persons were arrested regarding the crime and added that the case was still under investigation and that as soon as investigation was concluded, whoever was found culpable will be charged to court and will face murder charge.”

Nigerian Singer Davido, who recently registered for NYSC Programmed received a rousing welcome as he resumed for service at the NYSC orientation camp iyana-ipaja, Lagos State today...

Related: Crowd goes wild as Davido arrives at camp today (See Photos)

Davido was pictured addressing his fellow Corps members as they sat on the floor.

See photos bellow

John Charles, Makurdi
A former Governor of Jigawa  State and presidential aspirant on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party on Thursday said voting for the ruling All Progressives Congress in the coming general elections would  further divide  Nigeria.
 Lamido who was in the state to intimate his intention to run for the office of the President in 2019 to party members, paid a courtesy call on the state Governor, Samuel Ortom.
The former minister of foreign affairs stated that the APC had introduced division leading to venomous agenda aimed at defrauding the country.
According to him, it’s chicken-hearted politicians that are defecting to the APC for protection.
He said the APC thrived on propaganda, adding that there had been bloodshed everywhere in Nigeria.
Lamido also lamented that the people had been unsettled by killings and kidnappings in the country.
“The APC has demonised, blackmailed the PDP but the APC is a party that thrives on falsehood.  PDP is the only party with the political history to keep Nigeria united.
“Nigeria has a long history of crisis, including coup d’état among other vices and our leaders must put human consideration above other parochial interests so that the country can be better.
“We must uphold and stand for our brotherhood. We should be there for each other either as northerners or southerners, easterners or westerners. Nigeria is a symbol of the black race meaning that any black man in the diaspora look up to Nigeria for leadership. We must be mindful of what we do because whatever we do affects others”.
He added, “I share in the anxiety of those who advocate that Nigeria should be restructured. APC is a party that thrives on propaganda and the money they have stolen is so horrendous and they keep talking about corruption.”
Lamido insisted that his aspiration was not desperation, stressing, “We must work for a united Nigeria and secure the country.
Welcoming the presidential aspirant, Ortom said Nigeria had come a long way and only those who looked at its history wrongly would plunge the country into chaos.
Ortom who was represented by his deputy, Benson Abounu, said too much politicking without measurable action had been the cause of Nigeria’s underdevelopment.
Ortom pledged Benue’s total support towards the realisation of his presidential ambition and expressed the confidence that Lamido, if elected, would turn the country around as he did in Jigawa State when he was a governor.

John Alechenu and Eniola Akinkuotu
Senate President Bukola Saraki has formally declared his intention to contest the presidency on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party.
Saraki made the declaration on Thursday in Abuja during his meeting with Not-Too-Young-to Run-Movement.
The Senate President lamented the poor state of Nigeria’s infrastructure and growing insecurity as exemplified by acts of terrorism, kidnapping, banditry and sundry other crimes which he said he would tackle if elected.
He said, “I hereby announce my intention to run for the office of President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in the coming General Elections in 2019 on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party.
“I do so with the firm conviction that I have what it takes to secure inclusive growth for Nigeria and Nigerians.
He said Nigeria was blessed with a relatively young country bursting with tremendous energy, ability and potential.
Saraki further observed that more than 70 per cent of the country’s population is under the age of 40.
The Senate President lamented that Nigerians were crying out for succour because a large number of its population of women and children were hungry and dying of avoidable or treatable diseases.
He also said many had fallen below basic living standards and were among the 87 million that sealed Nigeria’s position as the country with the highest number of people in extreme poverty.
Saraki said, “Our young people lack opportunities. The necessary education facilities and system to equip them for the future simply do not exist. We are not creating the jobs needed to usefully engage them in order to grow our economy. And too often, youths feel shut out, prevented from having any say in the direction of this nation.
“The harsh conditions of extreme poverty faced by the people, fuel the state of insecurity all over the country. Hunger, the lack of education and lack of opportunities, push many Nigerians into criminal activities including terrorism.
“Many of our communities are paralysed with fear due to incessant communal crises, kidnappings and other social ills, as well as the threat of terrorism. We are failing abysmally to tackle the problems of today and to prepare for the future.”
He expressed sadness that Nigeria had become increasingly divided along regional, religious and ethnic lines thus widening the nation’s fault lines.
Nigeria, he said, needed a new generation of leaders that are competent, with the capability to rise to the challenges of the 21st century, adding that it was time to pull the nation back together and rebuild.
“The choice we face in the forthcoming election is either to keep things as they are or make a radical departure from the old ways; to find a better way of doing things or keep repeating the mistakes of the past, to fix the problems or keep compounding them,” he said.
Saraki promised to, among other things, provide a government driven by youthful energy, innovation and a pioneering entrepreneurial spirit.
Towards this end, he said Nigerian youths will be given all the opportunities to realise their potential to the full within a national framework that guarantees inclusiveness.
He said his administration will ensure that youths who have ideas and capacity will be funded in ventures that will be beneficial to the nation in order to create jobs.
On the war against corruption, Saraki said, “Ours will not be a selective fight against corruption. The emphasis will be on strengthening institutions, with a particular focus on deterrence.
“We cannot afford to compromise our institutions with proxy wars against perceived political opponents. We see the fight against corruption as crucial to Nigeria’s economic development.”
He said the leadership Nigeria deserves is one that will be a source of pride to all, one that will be respected and admired in Africa and around the world.
“It should be a leadership that can hold its own and stand tall anywhere in the world. That is the type of leadership I offer.” Saraki added.
Meanwhile, the Not-Too-Young-to-Run movement has distanced itself from the Presidential declaration of Senate President Bukola Saraki.
The group said it had only invited Saraki and other chieftains of the Peoples Democratic Party to a town hall meeting as part of efforts to ensure that youths were given some concessions ahead of the 2019 general elections.
It said it was shocked when Saraki seized the opportunity to declare his Presidential bid thereby compromising the event.
The statement read in part, “Whilst addressing participants at the town hall, Senator Saraki declared his intention to run for the office of the President in the 2019 elections. The movement wishes to express its disappointment with Senator Saraki for usurping a platform designed for young aspirants to hold dialogue with party leadership to advance his personal political ambition. We strongly condemn this act by the President of the Senate.
“The movement restates its commitment to sustain its engagement with political parties to ensure youth candidacy and democratic party primaries. As noted earlier, the movement reaffirms its identity as a non-partisan citizens led movement dedicated to the defence of democracy, political inclusion and transformative leadership.”

Major Military Base In Nigeria Mentioned That Nigerian Men Fear To Propose Not To Talk About Getting Married.

When asked why men are not making advances towards them even though they are equally beautiful as their civilian counterparts, they explained that the only reason they could think of is that, Nnigerian men are afraid to propose to them.
“When we took the hard decision to defend and serve NAIJA we never anticipated that it was going to cost us an opportunity to find our life partners”, Adaego 28 (not her real name).
“It has been more than 4yrs in the service and not a single man has made an attempt to approach me not to talk of proposing to me. Apart from being a military woman, I am human too with needs.., how do you expect me to give out my best when those needs are not met?” Adaego, 28 (not her real name). These are but a few of the comments some of the frustrated military women shared with a Blogger who visited them at the camp.

Do you think Nigerian men are fear for which reason they can’t propose to military women? Leave your comments below.

President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday assured the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, that he was all out to ensure free, fair and credible elections in 2019.
He said he was pleased that his party, the ruling All Progressives Congress, was doing well.
The Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr Femi Adesina, disclosed this in a statement made available to journalists shortly after Buhari held a closed-door meeting with May at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
The President welcomed the United Kingdom’s support aimed at strengthening democratic institutions in Nigeria.
He said, “I assure you that I’m all out for free, fair and credible elections. I’m very pleased that my party is doing very well. The High Commissioner will brief you more. The recent successes in polls in Katsina, Bauchi, and Kogi have boosted our morale greatly.
“Nigeria has accepted multi-party democracy and that is putting politicians on their toes, forcing them to work harder.”
Buhari also applauded the British support for his administration’s ongoing anti-corruption campaign.
He said the success of the campaign was important to ordinary Nigerians.
“We had great opportunities and resources between 1999 and 2014, due to high oil prices. But when we came in 2015, oil prices plunged to as low as $37 per barrel.
“What we have been doing since 2015 is to focus on infrastructure development, despite low earnings. Work is ongoing on roads, rail, power, and many others,” he said.
On Brexit, Buhari noted that it provided an opportunity to strengthen the historic ties between Nigeria and the UK.
“We are nervously watching the development about Brexit because we know that the relationship had been on for a long time.  I assure you that I am prepared to strengthen the relationship between our two countries,” he promised.
The President also thanked the UK Government for the support on security and the fight against insurgency in the north-eastern part of Nigeria, as well as the improved trade relations between both countries.
“I am very grateful to the British government under your leadership for the help in security, particularly your training team that is in our institution in Kaduna,’’ he said.
Earlier, in his remarks before the bilateral meeting, the Nigerian leader underscored the need for UK support on reviving of Lake Chad, which is a means of livelihood for millions of people.
The President told the visiting Prime Minister that Europe and China were already conducting an in-depth study on recharging the Lake through inter-basin transfer from the Central African Republic.
In her remarks, May, who welcomed the assurance by the Nigerian government on credible elections in 2019, said she was pleased to be in Abuja to continue the “excellent discussions” she started with Buhari in London in April, this year, particularly on security, trade, asset recovery and the fight against corruption.
“Security and defence cooperation are very important steps to address Boko Haram and Islamic State in West Africa,” she said.
On asset recovery, the Prime Minister told Buhari that “we do not want to hold anything that belongs to Nigerian people, but we follow the judicial process, which can be slow.”
The Prime Minister appealed to President Buhari to use his position as ECOWAS chairman to keep the issue of human trafficking on the front burner in the sub-region.

Femi Makinde, Osogbo
The Chairman of Springtime Development Foundation, Dr. Deji Adeleke, has said the foundation has concluded plans to secure jobs for some ex-convicts in order to properly integrate them back into the society.
Adeleke, who is the father of the musical star, Davido said this on Friday evening when his foundation visited Ile Ife Prison to donate 300 mattresses and the same number of pillows to the inmates and to offset the medical bills of the sick ones among them.The Chief Executive Officer, Dr Samuel Oyalabu, who said this on behalf of the chairman said this would reduce the propensity for crimes among ex-convicts, who he said always found it difficult to be accepted back into the society after their jail terms.
He said, “The foundation is not just here to donate items to the inmates but it has concluded plans to secure jobs for some of the ex-convicts. This will make them contribute their own quotas to the development of the nation at large.
“Being engaged productively will also keep them busy and can lure them away from further engaging in crimes.”
According to him, the foundation is also planning to introduce computer training, carpentry, barring and other skills to the inmates of the prison and others.
The Vice Chairman of the foundation, Banji Adesuyi, also called on the Federal Government to pay more attention to the general welfare of inmates in prisons across the nation.
He said the visit to the prison was not only to distribute mattresses to those that are still in custody but also to secure the release of a number of inmates, who were sentenced to prison with options of fine but were unable to pay.
He said the distribution of the mattresses and pillows was part of the efforts of the founder, Adeleke, to alleviate the suffering of the inmates who hitherto had been sleeping on bare floors.
He said, “The gesture is today extended to the inmates of Ile Ife Prison as the Foundation did at Ilesa prison. Some of the inmates who are unable to pay fine monetarily have in one way or the other been assisted just as their hospital bills would also be offset.”

A Russian investigative media outlet that sent three journalists on a mission to the war-torn Central African Republic announced that it was shutting down.
The Investigation Control Centre admitted previously that Orkhan Dzhemal, Kirill Radchenko and Alexander Rastorguyev were on a privately organized mission to shoot a documentary about Russian military trainers when they were killed in an ambush on July 30.
The Russian Foreign Ministry said it made no secret of military presence in the CAR. Russia opened a criminal probe into a suspected murder.
“There is no more Tsur,” the outlet’s editor-in-chief announced on Wednesday on the Telegram messaging app.
“I cannot write a word that is unrelated to the murder of our friends in Africa.”
The Central African Republic has witnessed years of ethnic and religious conflict since Muslim seleka rebels deposed its president in 2013.
Maria Zakharova, a spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, said the three slain journalists had not sought accreditation with local authorities.
The ministry shared a warning before the tragedy that travellers should not rely on Central African police, which it described as “basically defunct.”

Chukwudi Akasike, Port Harcourt
Some suspected cult members have killed a 90-year-old man after setting his house ablaze.
The incident was said to have happened in Egbeda community in the Emohua Local Government Area of Rivers State on Tuesday.
The victim, who was identified as Assor Woke, was killed in his house by the assailants.
Sources said the incident  caused panic in the community as indigenes could not ascertain the reason the old man was killed.
Woke was said to be the oldest man in the area and had always preached peace in the community before his demise.
The Chairman of Egbeda Community Development Committee, Ukwoha Omereji, condemned the killing of Woke and described it as worrisome.
Ukwoha explained that leaders in the area had been meeting to ensure that peace reigned in the community
“The reason for the killing is still unknown. The man was over 90 years old,” Ukwoha said.
Confirming the incident, the state Police Public Relations Officer, Nnamdi Omoni, said the oldest man in the community died when two rival cults clashed in the community and set houses ablaze.

Daniel Emori has spent nearly half his life on a bed since he was gored by a cow in Onitsha. At 35, his condition shows no sign of improvement as our reporter finds out.
Friday evening is not for clubbing. Not for Daniel Emori. It is not for anything except lying in bed, in his urine. This has been his life since he was 20, when an injury to his spine put him in bed in 2003. Fifteen years later, he’s 35 and still bedridden.
“I thank God for everything, but nothing has changed,” he says. “Nothing has changed. I am still lying down.”
In 2003, Emori had finished secondary school and got a job supplying packaged water in Onitsha, Anambra state. He had his eyes firmly on the future when he stepped out of his delivery truck on one of his supply runs. He never expected that a stray cow would sweep him onto its horn and speed away with him.
“It was running with me on top [of its horns],” he recalls. “People were shouting. It threw me off. From the moment I fell down, I found myself in this condition.”
Bones snapped in his neck, leg and hips, x-rays later showed. Since then, he’s been on his back, in a bed, and has never left a bed in the last 15 years.
He constantly is attached to a catheter that collects his urine
Three years into his injury, his condition worsened. Bed sores ate into his back and buttock. A pressure sore also ate into his Pen!s. An infection left a hole there. And it leaks urine, despite the catheter.
“It disturbs me. Now [the catheter] doesn’t even last a week,” Emori says. “I don’t even know what is happening in that area. It doesn’t last at all. If I just put it in, it starts leaking. Even as I am talking to you, I’m lying on top of urine.”
He’s been through a number of surgeries and treatment for his spine. A local charity funding the surgeries and upkeep relocated him into a single-room apartment in Karu on the outskirts of Abuja to keep him close to Primus Specialty Hospital.
Later he was relocated to Dutse Makaranta and got only two weeks of physiotherapy at Optimal Health. He was billed to undergo years of treatment, according to physiotherapist Chibuike Mbamalu who tended him for two weeks at optimal.
In addition to the infection under his Pen!s, osteoporosis [weakening of the bones] set in, making his bones fragile. His knees and joints are stiff from lack of use. His feet have also swollen as fluid collected there.
A treatment regime was proposed and discussed with hospitals outside the country. It was estimated to cost N7.762 million. He couldn’t afford it in 2015. Three years on, his treatment is now valued at more than N16 million.
The treatment plan is to begin with infection control, followed by a surgery to replace his knees, allowing him to bend his legs to some degrees. A separate procedure will elongate his Achilles’ tendon to give him some movement. Another is to [email protected] away dead tissue from the pressure sores on his buttocks.
Only the last bit of treatment has been done to some extent. The sores have healed, he says. But they open up when he sits on them. And he has to sit in a wheelchair now and again to go to hospital.
Optimal was optimistic about his treatment. Its director Emma Udoji signed a letter enabling Emori to seek public assistance to raise funds. The good news was that Emori still had sensation in his toes.
“So there is very good hope that with proper management and intensive therapy, we hope to see some good changes,” Udoji said then.
That was in 2015. The swelling in his feet got treated. Shortly after, the outfit shut shop and relocated to Port Harcourt.
“In the last two years, I stopped the physiotherapy due to financial challenges,” says Emori.
“They referred me to India. Since there was no sponsor showing up, they just left me.”
The treatment plan developed with India’s Saket Hospital hasn’t changed. Physiotherapy and rehabilitation will depend on how well his bones and muscles respond to surgeries that the hospital has proposed. They were to cost $25,000.
After that, the plan is to ensure he gets some independence. That would mean putting him in a motorized wheelchair, so he can move and stand.
He would need at least six months of physiotherapy—two hours per session three times a day, six days a week—to strengthen his trunk an upper limb muscles before going into rehabilitation to regain mobility. That was to cost $20,500.
The plan also includes a robotic exoskeleton to help him walk but that will depend on how strong his trunk and upper limbs become.
The entire plan remains suspended until he is able to raise funds. His bank details [Daniel Emori, UBA, 2072008766] have been broadcast on television and across social media seeking help for him.
“Presently I am not receiving any treatment or medication. Since last year I have taken any medication or done any check-up,” he says.
He’s fast becoming weary but his hopes haven’t dimmed, he says. A carer lives with him in Garam, Niger State, where he now lives, some 15 minutes from Bwari. A local charity takes care of his rent and feeding. His family pays a carer N15,000 monthly to be with him 24 hours a day. They took that up after the charity stopped paying for carer duty.
The carer helps replace the catheter. But that’s a task the 35-year-old Emori wishes he could one day do for himself. Even better, he wishes he could stand up, walk into the bathroom and take a leak.
But that is not happening any time soon, not if he can’t raise the total $44,250—that’s nearly N16 million—that his treatment is estimated to cost.
“I appeal to fellow Nigerians, NGOs, government agencies to come to my rescue,” he says from his sick bed.
He can’t leave his bed without help from his carer. The catheter running into his Pen!s is changed weekly but isn’t helping much. The collection bag attached to the catheter fills up. The next spout of urine doesn’t go into the bag. It spills out of the infected hole and sprays down his thighs, right onto the bed. Emori remains lying right in it.
Unless something happens, Emori may rot in his own piss while the stray cow that killed his dreams has been since forgotten by most. But in his mind, that terrifying encounter with the animal will live forever.
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Dj Cuppy

Popular female DJ and daughter of billionaire Femi Otedola “DJ Cuppy”, Cuppy is in the news, following her revelation about her dating history. The beautiful DJ revealed that she has dated men from all human races except Asians.

During an interview at Hot fm, Cuppy revealed that she has experienced love with men of different races but Asian men. She told her hosts, “I have dated more or less (men from) every race apart from Asia.”

DJ Cuppy is currently in a celebrity relationship with Davido’s manager, Asa Asika. The rich lovers are often in the news for their romantic adventures.

But Before that, DJ Cuppy was in a relationship with Nigerian football star, Victor Anichebe who bought her a G-Wagon on her birthday, while they were still dating.


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