Nobody has a manual to keep a man - Actress Nkechi Blessing Sunday

Actress Nkechi Blessing Sunday has now taken to her instastories on the side of marriage that won't last will crash irrespective of the parties that are involved.

According to  Nkechi Blessing Sunday, has disclosed that there's is no manual in keeping a man that has refused to stay with his woman.

She wrote;
“I repeat and I stand to be corrected 4 Hide am oo,Show am off 000,Marriage wey go spoil go spoil we all have our demons we are fighting,find your own demon and back it up with prayers,cus really nobody get manual to keep man..To you reading this**Your marriage will work in Jesus name Amen”.

Actress Stella Damasus shares lovely photos with her grown-up daughters

Actress Stella Damascus on May 10 shared this Lovely photos on her Instagram page posing with her two grown-up daughters Izzy Belle and Angelica to celebrate herself on mother's day.

Sharing these photos Stella Damascus wrote;
"I love you guys so much. You make it so easy to be a mother. I am so blessed for this gift that God gave me. You guys rock @izzybelleimages @angelicatooni".

See full photos below.

FG announces phase IV of COVID-19 lockdown

The Federal Government has now officially announced the next phase of COVID-19 Lockdown across it's 36 states in Nigeria.

The recent announcement was made by Dr. Mukutar Mohammed on Monday in Abuja and he said the effects will take place starting from Tuesday May 11.

With the effects, of the lockdown imposed, Mohammed said mass gathering has been restricted to 50 people at any given time in any event. Access to Government institution would be denied to people not wearing face mask while government meetings and travel have been limited to virtual platform.

According to Head of Technical Secretariat of the presidential steering committee (PSC) on COVID-19, The government has now directed bars and nightclub should remain closed and the curfew will be forced until further notice.

He added that only important international travel will be encouraged and all existing protocols must be followed strictly.