Pastor Adeboye Speaks on the Passing of His Son Dare Adeboye: “…Don’t cry, because he is resting in glory”

RCCG Pastor, Adeboye took to his official instagram page to speak on his son Dare passing on for the first time on Tuesday. He thank everyone who showed up for the special service and he extend his regards to people who express their condolences.

Watch the video below...

"I have zero sympathy for single mothers" - Reno Omokri

Gospeller, Reno Omokri has now taken to his Twitter to revealed that he has no sympathy for single mothers unless there were r*ped or widowed.

The former presidential aid wrote;
"Except she was r*ped, or widowed, I have zero sympathy for single mothers. The Black world faces a baby mama epidemic. We must not encourage it, or make celebrities out of bleached, surgically enhanced Jezebels who are unashamed of their whoredom!

#FreeLeahSharibu #RenosNuggets".

Running out of Nigeria is not the answer - Actor Yul Edochie

Actor Yul Edochie has said on Twitter that running away from Nigeria isn't the solution.

The actor said what the point of running away from Nigeria when we will all die one day.

Yul Edochie tweeted: "Jakpa is not the answer.
Yes, no one wants to lose his life but truth is, we'll all die someday, all of us.
So what's the point of running?
I'm a man sent by God to liberate his people.
I will not run from my fatherland.
We must get it right.

The tweets is coming after House on the Rock Pastor, Paul Adeferasin advise his congregation to always have plan B in life, he further advise them to flee outside the country as the level of insecurities keep rising everyday.

Alaafin of Oyo's wife shares stunning new photos as she turns a year older

Olori Memunat omowumi, one of the wives of Alaafin of Oyo state turns a year older May 10 and she has taken to her instagram page to release stunning pictures.

Check out the photos she shared to mark her day...

49 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in Nigeria Today

49 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in Nigeria on 10 May, 2021.

The Nigeria Center for Disease Control NCDCgov reported 49 new cases of COVID-19 in the following state as follows;


Currently, Nigeria now have a total of 165,468 confirmed cases of COVID-19 presently, 156,318 patients have been discharged and 2,065 new deaths case.

Our discharges today include 5  community recoveries in the FCT managed in line with guidelines.

A breakdown of cases by state can be found below.