Linda Ikeji Exposes Her Chocolate booobs in Revealing Outfit (Photo)

The most popular blogger in Nigeria who acquired a multi-millionaire naira property in the highbrow Ikoyi area of Lagos State has proved she can also ‘slay’ on Instagram.


Linda Ikeji has questioned why female folks undergo bre@st surgery recommending the usage of a good bra to give the mammary glands the required outlook.

She made her point as she gave social media users a sneak peak of her chocolate breasts in a revealing top that exposed her cleaavage.


VOTE ASIKEY FOR Best Female Artiste in Inspirational Music.



Africa’s Biggest Music Event ~ All Africa Music Awards, AFRIMA, is a music award platform that celebrates the talents and the rich heritage of the continent.

our one and only asikey is on it again don here you lovely favor and vote daily to make her win… you may not know her in person but if you really love sweet music “u go like her” (you will love her)  follow the link provided below and keep voting share and tell you friends to vote to please… love you all and have this in mind God love you more





Coming through #WE… this ogboni felifeli tracks drops soonest at you door step on the 12th of august, 2017 if you really love good music then have it in mind you will love #ASIKEY. this BEB is on point. WHo no like better thing make i see… doing what she knows how to do best.

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Six Corpers Are Posted To A Haunted Village In The Trailer For ‘Ajuwaya’


Like Jennifer Kent’s grief-fuelled The Babadook and Jordan Peele’s racially-charged Get Out, the most effective horror films are the ones that are able to successfully ground their bizarre premise in very real feelings of anxiety.

You, watching a good horror film:

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This is why Tolu Tanner’s Ajuwaya  has me legitimately excited. As a (relatively) young Nigerian, I can’t remember any situation – in the past couple of years – giving me more anxiety than checking where I’d been posted to for NYSC (I got Lagos btw).

This feeling of anxiety is one I know a lot of us – whether you’ve survived a gruelling service year or are still waiting to get posted – can relate to; and that’s exactly why Ajuwaya‘s NYSC-horror premise is a stroke of genius.


Ajuwaya follows six corpers (played by Rahama Sadau, Timini Egbuson, Lanre Hassan and other newcomers) who get posted to a remote village in Osun state for their youth service and unwittingly awaken an age-long evil.

While the iconic Nollywood films we grew up with – like Nneka The Pretty Serpent and Living in Bondage – were spread over various genres, the new Nollywood filmmakers seem to be stuck in a rom-com rut; so yeah, Ajuwaya feels like a breath of fresh air.

Ajuwaya, which was successfully screened at the Lagos NYSC camp just this week, will be released in cinemas nationwide on July 7.

Read More -> Watch The Star-Studded Trailer For Upcoming Movie ‘Ladies First’


Our good works got featured on AFRICA ARCHIVE a😀 destination for amazing video and pictures from this great continent… Here is what they said.

There is a glamour in the ordinary, an exquisiteness in the common things of life, visible to those with an inkling to see the world’s beauty in its most ordinary form.
The essence of the NYSC scheme is to bring to the consciousness of Nigerian youths the glaring beauty in the other faces of the country apart from that which they have known and seen. This beauty is made visible through her diverse regions and states, hence the need for sociocultural integration.
Following this, Corps members in Gusau, Zamfara state took it upon themselves to show the city to the world in its most naked form through the lives and chores of its people particularly those who earn a living off the streets.
RAW, a project of Zmcorps in conjunction with Crystal pictures took to the streets of Gusau to showcase her aesthetics in its raw and realest form through pictures of corps members assuming different roles and occupation.
An interesting and exciting adventure, the very first of its kind in the history of the NYSC scheme in the state, Zmcor pesents to you photoshoot on the streets of Gusau, the capital of Zamfara state.
Below are the pictures. Do enjoy!
To view more pictures check the #PhotoShootOnTheStreetsOfGusau on instagram and follow Zamfara Corper page on instagram

91-year old woman on wheelchair leads protest to Lagos Assembly


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.



Boy: do you have a boyfriend?
Girl: No. I don’t want a boyfriend.
Boy: Genesis 2:18 “The Lord God said, ‘It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a helper suitable for him’.”
Girl: But I don’t love you.

Boy: 1 John 4:8 “Whoever does not love, does not know God, because God is love.”
Girl: So how do I discern that your words are true?
Boy: Matthew 12:34b “For the mouth speaks what the heart is full of.”
Girl: But how can I be sure that you are faithful and honest?
Boy: Mark 13:31 “Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will never pass away.”
Girl: But why me? There are so many girls out there.
Boy: Proverbs 31:29 “Many women do noble things, but you surpass them all!”
Girl: But what do you see in me, that makes you love me?
Boy: Song of Songs 4:7 ” You are altogether beautiful, my darling; there is no flaw in you.”
Girl: But really, I’m not that beautiful … you’re exaggerating.
Boy: Proverbs 31:30 “Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised.”
Girl: What will happen if I say yes?
Boy: Genesis 2:24 “That is why a man leaves his father and mother and is united to his wife, and they become one flesh.”
Girl: How is it that you know so many Scriptures?
Boy: Joshua 1:8 “Keep this Book of the Law always on your lips; meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do everything written in it. Then you will be prosperous and successful. ”
Girl: Wooow, I can see you really love God.
Boy: Psalm 34:8 “Taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the one who takes refuge in Him!”
Girl: Hmmm. Ok please just give me some time to think about this.
Boy: Philippians 4:8 “Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.”
Girl: owwww I love you already
Boy: Revelations 22:21b “Amen.”
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