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  1. Ghanaian Boxer Emmanuel Tagoe aka Gameboy has realized that the child he has been fathering for the past 14 years is not his real son. The Ghanaian boxer was dragged to an Accra Circuit Court by one Diana Otoo, mother of the child, citing neglect of paternal duties. The 29-year-old claims he had always felt suspicious a conspiracy by the family of the woman who, he says plotted to siphon money from him. Tagoe insisted he had always paid GH¢500 as monthly stipend for the upkeep of his supposed son but the family insisted that he should pay more. Speaking to Sadd!ck Adams on Atinka TV’s Sports Court show, Tagoe said the lady’s family had taken him through hell, and only wanted to damage his reputation through blackmail. In July 2018, the family of Ms. Otoo contacted Atinka FM’s Sports Court show with documents from DOVVSU and an Accra Court indicating that Tagoe was supposed to pay them an amount of money but has refused. Tagoe, however, decided for a DNA test, the result of which proved he was not the father.
  2. There was a stir in Kastina state, after a Woman reportedly gave birth to what you see above, According to Hausa news reported Nura, he said the incident happened in Funtua, and that the woman had been pregnant for 12months. Though he captioned the post in Hausa, i translated it. The translation reads:
  3. Yesterday, Daddy Showkey slammed comedian-actress Lepacious Bose, by calling her a ‘mumu’ for her controversial comparison of Nigerians and Ghanaians. Earlier, in an interview, she said she loves Ghanaians because they don’t bleach their skins like Nigerians. Daddy showkey infuriated by her comment took to his Instagram handle to blast her, saying: Hours after insulting the comedian, Daddy Showkey made a video to apologize to her, saying: He further reminded her that Ghana and Congo bleach more than Nigerians. And in the past, Ghanaians used to make bleaching creams for Nigerians..
  4. Former Big Brother Naija Housemate, Nina opened up on friendship with Cee-C and how it all began. She made the disclosure after a fan asked her, how she and Cee-C become close. She revealed that they saw the realness in each other and genuineness. She wrote; “We never planned it, we saw the realness in each other and the genuineness… I love the fact that she is real and a goal getter… kinda person I need in my life.” Her fans translated the last line “kinda person I need in my life” as a shade to Miracle who denied her publicly last week. He took to Instagram to share a note to his fans; Hello my wonderful family. my management just drew my attention to my social media community rivalry and insisted I address it. Abà I beg make Una take am easy, Nina is a nice girl with a beautiful soul and should be treated with respectful courtesy. Because nobody should be subjected to negativity male or female. I also have a sister, a mother and beautiful cousins and I wish the public respect their space and treat them as strong and capable individual women with equal opportunities as men… My point is; neither me nor Nina, I believe has ever publicly or in private told anyone we are in love and are dating. We were involved in the house and remained friends since then. We are young people with prospect and have dedicated our time in building our future not concentrated in relationship. So please (I beg) kindly don’t subject us to an undue imaginary relationship. I keep respecting and love you all for your kind support and understanding. God bless Reacting to more question from her fans, Nina says she will forgive Miracle after replying LOL when a fan asked is she and Miracle will reconcile. See screenshot below;
  5. It looks like, singer, Davido might be walking down the aisle with girlfriend, Chioma, sooner than we anticipated if their recent lovey-dovey interactions on social media are to be taken into account. The singer has been gushing over one of the recent photos of his Backcock University girlfriend, Chioma. In the, she rocked a black jumpsuit in a picture she uploaded on Instagram and Davido rushed to the comment section to technically propose marriage to her and she accepted. “F*ck it let’s get married!!! Ur too pure!! See babe!!” Davido said. “I’m ready” Chioma commented. If things go well, Davido – a father of two might be traveling to the land of the rising sun to pay her bride price soonest.
  6. ***Update On NUPENG Strike*** Sterling Global Oil & Gas Mobilises Nigeria Soldiers To Load Yade Barge. Ignores NUPENG Strike
  7. Warri – Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers, NUPENG, Tuesday petitioned the Federal Government, urging it to stop the forceful evacuation of about 3000 by five drilling oil rigs being operated by Sterling Energy Exploration Company, SEEPCO, and its drilling arm, British Oil and Gas Limited in Kwale, Warri area of Delta State, to avoid a nationwide industrial unrest in the oil sector. National Chairman of PTD, Mr. Salimon Oladiti (r) with other leaders of National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG) during the meeting between the Federal Government and oil marketers at the State House Conference Centre, Abuja. Photo by Abayomi Adeshida The petition the union specifically sought for the immediate intervention of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, Group Managing Director of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, Chief of Army Staff, Inspector General of Police, and the Acting Director General of Department of State Security, DSS, and other relevant stakeholders in the Oil and Gas industry before the issue degenerate into unpleasant industrial unrest. NUPENG Union Executives/ Workers In a statement by NUPENG President, Prince Williams Akporeha, the union said “For the record, five drilling oil rigs being operated by Sterling Energy Exploration Company (SEEPCO) and its drilling arm, British Oil and Gas Limited in Kwale, Warri area of Delta State, have been in operation for several years now, with continued refusal by the management of these drilling companies to allow workers to join the union. Workers of these drilling rigs have overtly indicated their willingness and readiness to join the union of their choice and the Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers has responded appropriately to the request of these workers with several requests for union recognition from the management. “Unfortunately, rather than following path of decency and global best practices, the management of Sterling Energy Exploration Company (SEEPCO) and its drilling arm, British Oil and Gas Limited have resulted to high handedness and violence through the use of military men and armed militias to forcefully evacuate over 3000 workers from the five drilling rigs. These companies are Indian operated companies and NUPENG found it grossly unfortunate and unacceptable that these companies would be using brute force to dehumanize, terrorize, and victimize Nigerians in their own country. As a responsible and responsive trade Union organization, we cannot and shall not fold our arms and watch our members being dehumanized and terrorized in the course of demanding for their legitimate rights that are purely recognized by labor rules and even International Labour Organization charter. “To avoid further escalation of this current unhealthy situation and considering the collateral damage it might cause the nation, NUPENG is earnestly asking all the aforementioned stakeholders to call the management of these companies to order and direct them to follow path of decency and best practices by granting the legitimate wishes of the workers to freely associate and be unionized without any further encumbrance or limitations. By this press release, we are placing all our members on red alert as they might be called upon at very short notice to withdraw their services nationwide in solidarity with their oppressed colleagues if this situation is not addressed immediately. It is our resolve to always work with all employers of workers in the oil and gas industry with the primary aim of entrenching and sustaining industrial peace and harmony in the overall interest of the country; however,we would never hesitate to stand firm in protecting the interest of our members particularly when their rights are being violated.” Source: Vanguardngr
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