Somebody will ask about what's happening to the Nigerian Film Industry called Nollywood in recent death outbreaks. Before we could stop crying over the death of Rachael Oniga, another popular Nigerian actor Rich Oganiru has also passed on this dawn. According to close sources in Facebook post, the veteran actor died after a brief illness which has been troubling him.
Rachael Stonge, the daughter of Stonge Razak, has gone missing after celebrating her birthday on Friday 22 October 2021. Rachael, a high school graduate of Domeabra Senior High and Technical School, went missing on Saturday morning when the family woke up to an empty room with few things remaining.
22-year old woman honoured for self arresting a thief Whiles other women are just interested in the goddess of rich living, others are vigilant law abiding citizens who does not condone evil or crime. Rachel has been honoured by the Treder township for been brave and bringing out a robbery case. Rachel who is an unemployed woman is a caring and very law abiding said Fosuah, Rachael's friend. She is someone who does not support a lie or a crime said Fosuah. Rachel met Konko, a 27-year old man who calls himself
Yet another religions buffoonery; how do you exactly reconcile this weird analogy that cartoons can lead one to hell? Unfortunately, we live in a continent where our faculties have been conditioned in such a way that anything that is clothed in religion should be accepted wholeheartedly. That’s why we are not surprised that this viral report of a Nigerian preacher who says watching cartoons and going to hell are synonymous will soon catch up with the religious zealots. Here’s what the Lagos-based pastor