Friendship with christ

Friendship with Christ – Home for the poor foundation launches October 19

Friendship with christFriendship with Christ – Home for the poor cordially invites you to her take off launching aimed at setting up a home for and taking care of the poor across all ages.

Friendship with Christ – Home for the Poor was born under divine revelation from God through the Founderees to cater for the poor across all age, tribe, nation, religion. Prior to this mission, She had in the past devoted part of her time, resources and profession to help the orphans, aged, prisoners, the sick, students with academic difficulty by paying school fees, visitations, feeding, praying and counselling.

The event is scheduled as follows:

Date: Sunday 19th October, 2014.

Time: 1:30pm Prompt

Venue: St. Luke’s parish Kubwa Abuja.

God bless you as you join us.
Contact: Nigeria

Phone 1 : +234 803 6004 445
Phone 2: +234 817 490 7707



Fuse ODG beats Wizkid and Davido to win MOBO awards


Well, I guess Davido cannot always win everything. When nominees for the 2014 edition of MOBO (Music of Black Origin) Awards were announced, it heightened the already tensed atmosphere as two of Nigeria’s biggest music stars at the moment and rivals, Wizkid and Davido were nominated in the same category of Best African Act award.

Wizkid and Davido were nominated alongside Tiwa Savage, Yemi Alade, Dr Sid, Fuse ODG, Mafikizolo and Mista Silva.

With Davido having won the international awards on offer, proclaiming him ‘Best African Artiste’ in 2014, he was thought to stand a better chance at winning the coveted award and most Nigerian music lovers did not even consider a situation that would see both stars losing out on the award.

But that is exactly what happened as neither of the stars won the MOBO award when the awards ceremony finally held on October 22, at the SSE Arena at Wembley, London.

Pulling the rug from their feet was Ghanaian rap superstar, Fuse ODG who clinched the Best African Artiste of the year award, leaving the two Nigerian stars, especially Wizkid who would have sought to equate the scales against Davido, utterly disappointed.

As if they knew the award was heading elsewhere other than Nigeria, both did not bother to travel to London for the award, with investigations revealing Davido was in Lagos on that day while Wzkid was in far away East Africa for double performances in Uganda and Kenya.

Meanwhile, British music star, Sam Smith whose song, ‘Stay with me’ has been the game changer on the global scene in 2014 so far, scooped four awards, going home with the Best RnB/Soul, Best Male, Best Song and Best Album gongs at the end of the event.

See the full list of winners below:

MOBO Best African Act: Fuse ODG

MOBO Best Reggae: Stylo G

MOBO Best HipHop: Krept and Konan

MOBO Best RnB/Soul: Sam Smith

MOBO Best Gospel: Living Faith

MOBO Best Jazz: Zara McFarlane

MOBO Best Grime Act – Stormzy

MOBO Best Newcomer: Ella Eyre

MOBO Best Male: Sam Smith

MOBO Best Female: Jessie J

MOBO Best Intl: Beyoncé

MOBO Best Video: Skepta

MOBO Best Song: Sam Smith

MOBO Best Album – Sam Smith

MOBO Inspiration Award: Idris Elba.


Lamar Odom refuses to divorce Khloe Kardashian

Khloe Kardashian arriving at BOA Steakhouse

Reports are suggesting that Lamar Odom is refusing to divorce Khloé Kardashian.

The ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ star filed court documents to legally dissolve her 4-year marriage to the former NBA star in December after months of lingering rumours that he was addicted to cocaine and cheated on her with multiple women but he is yet to respond to her petition.

A source told Us Weekly magazine: ‘Khloé can’t even get in touch with him right now.’ Another insider said: ‘He refuses to sign the divorce papers.’

A friend close to Lamar, said he is still hoping to repair their marriage, even though Khloé has moved on and recently split from rapper French Montana after eight months of dating.

Lamar has been keeping a low profile since he was dropped by the New York Knicks for failing to ‘uphold the standards to return as an NBA player’ over the summer.

The athlete has been sending Khloé and her mother, Kris Jenner, flowers on a regular basis in a bid to win her back.

A source recently said: ‘He sends her favourite flowers all the time just to make her smile. ‘Kris has always held a special place in her heart for Lamar, so when he reached out to apologise to her too, she was like putty in his hands.  ‘Lamar knows that even if he earns Khloé’s trust back, it’s her mom who makes all the family decisions. He’s thrilled they’re talking again.’


Leaked photo of Kwam 1 in Hip-Hop attire


It seems like every Fuji artiste in Nigeria is branching into the Hip-Hop music genre.

A picture from a recent photo shoot featuring King of Fuji music, Wasiu Ayinde marshal has leaked online and gone viral.

In the picture, KWAM 1 is seen all dressed up with full hip-hop gear including dark shades and a scarf popularly known as a muffler.

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4 months after, Kefee’s Branama still closed


Sources have revealed that four months after the death of pop-gospel sensation, Kefee, her usually crowded restaurant, Branama Kitchen located in Mende, Maryland, Lagos remains shut.

The award-winning singer and vocalist died as a result of lung failure after being in coma for 15 days in a hospital in the United States of America (USA) in June 2014.

According to neighbors in the restaurant’s vicinity, reporters were intimated that  no one has been to the restaurant since it was shut down on Friday, June 15 a few days after the singer’s death.

When the singer’s husband was contacted, he said  he does not want to speak on anything concerning his late wife anymore.

Kefee opened the restaurant in February 2012 amid pomp and pageantry and kept herself busy with making delicious meals for her guests.


Photo credit: TheNet


Ebola arrives Mali as 2-year-old child becomes first victim

by Chidi Okoye

The first case of the Ebola virus disease has been recorded in Mali, and the first victim in the country is a 2-year-old girl.

After being recorded in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, Nigeria, and Senegal, its presence in Mali makes it the sixth West African country to be affected by the worst outbreak on record of the deadly disease.

Mali’s Health Minister, Ousmane Kone revealed to the state television that the 2-year-old girl had recently arrived from neighbouring Guinea, where the outbreak began.

He said that the child’s blood sample tested positive for the virus at a hospital in the Malian town of Kayes on Wednesday.

The minister said, “The condition of the girl, according to our services, is improving thanks to her rapid treatment. The sick child and the people who were in contact with her in Kayes were immediately identified and taken care of.”

The girl’s mother is believed to have died in Guinea a few weeks ago and the child was brought by relatives to Bamako, where she stayed for 10 days in the Bagadadji neighbourhood before being taken to Kayes.

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