three people you can never advice are?
- A girl in love
- A man counting money
- supporters of buhari
true or false
three people you can never advice are?
true or false
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Music star, 2face Idibia has left his role as a judge on The Voice Nigeria, just a few weeks before the second season of the reality singing competition.
It was gathered that 2face has amicably left the show as he had other engagements to pursue.
As a result, music star, Yemi Alade has been chosen to replace him as a judge.
‘2face has left the show to pursue other things. There are many things to consider when it comes to getting judges on board, some of these things include availability and other commitments around world,’ a member of the Mnet team said.
Auditions for the second season have begun, with the show proper taking off tomorrow.
The winner of season two is set to get a recording contract with Universal Group, an SUV worth N7m along with a trip to Dubai.
Both teams are new in the Kwese Nigeria Basketball League.
Hoops and Read led floor at half time with 28-27 points while at the close of the third quarter, Nigeria Airforce took over with 51-45 points.
Hoop and Read fought back in the final quarter to clinch a narrow victory.
Habbib Hassan of the Nigeria Airfoce team told NAN that the team fell apart at the wrong time.
“We lost concentration at the wrong time. We made a lot of mistakes and allowed our opponents back into the game.
“We feel sad about this loss because we thought we had the victory sealed.
“We will go back and ensure subsequent matches do not go this way,” Hassan said.
Babajide Ogunsemore, who logged 14 points for the Hoops and Read team told NAN that the team were the better side because they were more determined to get the victory.
“We worked very hard today to prove our worth. we are happy about the results as it brought out the best in us.
“I will also have to commend our opponents who worked hard to win, but the victory was ours and we grabbed it with both hands,” Ogunsemore said.
Nigeria Airfoce team player, Isiaku Salisu had 21 points, the highest among the players on the court.
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With a wheel-chair, a 91-year old woman, Mrs. Roseline Ololo, on Thursday led some of her family members and sympathizers to the Lagos State House of Assembly in protest against the taking over of her family’s schools by the state government.
The Metropolitan College and the Isolo Secondary School, which she said was owned by her family, was allegedly taken over by the military government in 1976 leading to her husband’s death.
Armed with placards carrying various inscriptions, the protesters chanted songs to call passers-by to their plight.
“I am here for the government to return my schools to me.
“I want my schools which were seized back.
“Asiwaju Bola Tinubu has given an order that they should return all private schools to their owners but they have not returned mine after several efforts.
“We have been going up and down. My husband died in the course of seeking the return of the schools we both struggled to establish,” she narrated adding that when the schools were taken over by the military, she was not compensated.
In a letter presented to Speaker Mudashiru Obasa, the protesters demanded the return of the schools.
“We have the instruction of our client to appeal to you to investigate the basis for the refusal, neglect and/or failure of the Lagos State Government to return Metropolitan College and Isolo Secondary schools to their original owner.
“We have met with the executive and submitted series of letters but nothing has been done. We only need lawmakers to help us,” part of the letter by her counsel, Malcolm Omirhobo, read.
Omirhobo added that the proprietor refused to receive the compensation the then military government offered to the affected schools.
In his reaction, Mojeed Fatai, the lawmaker representing Ibeju Lekki constituency 1, who represented the Speaker, promised that the House would look into the matter.
“We thank you for the peaceful demonstration and if there is need to to call you, we will do. I promise to deliver your message to Mr. Speaker,” he told the protesters.