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Popular Nigeria Singer, Davido Confirms Chioma’s Son Ifeanyi Is The Heir Apparent To His 30 Billion Empire

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Davido Confirms Chioma’s Son Ifeanyi Is The Heir Apparent To His 30 Billion Empire

Singer Davido has proudly confirmed that his son with his former girlfriend Chioma, Ifeanyi Adeleke is the heir apparent to his 30 billion empire.

Davido made that confirmation whilst he shared a beautiful photo of his son, Ifeanyi Adeleke to his official Instagram page.

He captioned, ‘HEIR APPARENT’ revealing his son is his next of kin.

This gives Chioma some kind of assurance that his son’s spot is very secured when it comes to Davido’s 30 billion empire no matter what happens.

Check out the post below;

 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by Davido (@davido)

 

 

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Wahala Dey! Son-In-Law Of President Buhari’s Declared Wanted Over 24.7 Billion Naira Fraud

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Wahala Dey! Son-In-Law Of President Buhari’s Declared Wanted Over 24.7 Billion Naira Fraud

The son-in-law of President Buhari, Gimba Yau Kumo, has been declared wanted by the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offenses Commission (ICPC) over an alleged N24.7 billion fraud.

Azuka Ogugua, spokesperson of the anti-graft commission, stated in a publication that Gimba Kumo was wanted along with two others over alleged misappropriation and dispersion of national housing funds.

In April, the senate committee on public accounts summoned Kumo, the then managing director of the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria, to explain the alleged irregular award of N3 billion contract when he was still at the bank.

Kumo married President Buhari’s daughter, Fatima, in 2016 in a lavish ceremony held at Katsina State.

He is said to be at large.

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Nigerian Jesus: Video Of The Nigerian Actor Who Died And Resurrected On The 3rd Day

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Nigerian Jesus: Video Of The Nigerian Actor Who Died And Resurrected On The 3rd Day

Jerry Amilo, a Nollywood actor, has shared his testimony of God’s mercy after he was fatally injured in an accident.

In 1998, while on the way to an award show with a lawyer friend, the actor had an unforgettable incident.

He recounted how he succumbed to his injuries and was transported to a morgue awaiting preservation and burial.

However, with electricity being a major problem in the country, he said his body escaped the cold room experience, a situation that turned to be the life-saving one.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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A post shared by Don J. Amilo (@jerryamilo)

 

Three days later, he woke up in the morgue, confused when the morticians took to their heels.

Now referred to as the Nigerian Jesus, he believes he is “Embraced with love, covered in the blood of Jesus Christ, apportioned with Grace and made Whole even again.”

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Be Warned: Bleaching Your Skin Can Cause Kidney Damage – Dr Ade Faponle Warns

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Nigerians have been warned by an expert that skin bleaching can cause kidney damage.

The warning was given by kidney specialist, Dr Ade Faponle.

The medical professional shared this information via his Instagram handle. Read what he wrote below,

“Be careful with that skin beaching agent. Skin-lightening (a.k.a. bleaching or whitening) agents have the potential of causing kidney damage .Skin bleaching has become a common practice particularly common particularly among dark- skinned women and men around the world.

Cosmetic agents that contain Mercury And hydroxyqunione have been commonly implicated to cause a variety of kidney diseases. It results in remission in most patients. As much as possible avoid it.

Use of skin-lightening cosmetics is a common practice that requires effective interventions that will discourage the public from continuing this potentially hazardous habit.”

Dr Ade Faponle shared this information because of the increase in the number of women who bleach and lighten their skin these days with different forms of cosmetic agents.

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