Date
November 18, 2019

23-yr-old US rapper reportedly expecting 10th child from 10th baby mama [PHOTOS +VIDEO]

– A 23-year-old US rapper, Chief Keef, is reportedly expecting his 10th child with his 10th baby mama – The rapper reportedly got his social media star girlfriend, Diamond Nicole, pregnant – Diamond’s friend mistakenly revealed the news during an argument on her Instagram live Being in the spotlight might look very glamorous but it sure comes with a lot of temptation that needs serious discipline to handle. A number of celebrities have several children out of wedlock and this might result in bankruptcy seeing as they have to pay child support for all of them. NEWS FLAKES NG has come across reports of 23-year-old US rapper, Chief Keef, who [Read]

Mrs Atinuke Grace Oyelude, the First Miss Nigeria Celebrates 88th Year Birthday [SEE PHOTOS]

Mrs Atinuke Grace Oyelude was born on the 26th of November 1931 to the family of Mr James Adeleye Olude and Marthan Dantu both of Isanlu, Yagba East Area of Present Kogi state. Mrs Atinuke Grace Oyelude was the first Miss Nigeria after winning the maiden edition of miss Nigeria in 1957 at the age of 26. Atinuke Grace Oyelude was born in ancient Kano city where she was raised and also had her primary and secondary education between 1940 and 1952. The story of how she participated and became the first kiss Nigeria is an inspiring one such that depict “whatever God has ordained to be, must surely be. [Read]

Ogun Gets New Police Boss, As Imohimi Edgal Resumes Duty

  ABEOKUTA – The new Commissioner of Police in-charge of Ogun State Police Command, CP Edgal Oluwole Imohimi has officially resumed duty at the State Police Command headquarters, Eleweran, Abeokuta on Monday.  The CP who arrived the headquarters at about 11am was received by members of the Ogun State police management team led by the Deputy Commissioner of Police in-charge of Operations, DCP Edward A. Ajogun. In his maiden address to the management team, the CP directed that all policemen serving in Ogun State should return back to their duty post from wherever they maybe as there is going to be physical head count of all the personnel attached to [Read]

Lagos Shuts Eight Worship Centres Over Environmental Pollution

LAGOS – Lagos state government on Sunday shut eight worship centres across the state for contravening environmental pollution regulations. General Manager, Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency (LASEPA), Dolapo Fasawe, said the facilities were closed down to save the people from a health crisis that might arise from the activities of the centres. The affected facilities are located at 68, Old Ota Road, Orile Agege; 4, Ademola Oshinowo Street, Off Love Street, Ketu; 1, Dele Amuda Street, Lekki; 17, Ajileye Street, Ilaje Bariga; 39, Kusenla Road, Elegushi and Ajayi Bembe Street Abule Oja, Yaba, among others. The LASEPA boss, who led the operation, vowed that there would be no hiding place [Read]

Bayelsa governor-elect, Lyon visits Buhari in Abuja

  ABUJA – Bayelsa governor-elect, David Lyon has paid a courtesy visit to President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday at the Presidential Villa, Abuja. Lyon was declared winner of the November 16 governorship election in the State after polling 352,552 votes against 143,172 scored by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate Douye Diri. He was accompanied to the Villa by the Chairman All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship campaign and Jigawa State Governor, Abubakar Badaru, Governor of Kebbi State, Atiku Bagudu and the Minister of State for Petroleum, Timipre Silver. The meeting was still in progress at the time of filing this report. [Read]

LAUTECH workers commence indefinite strike

  OSHOGBO – The Academic Staff Union of University, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso chapter has embarked on an indefinite strike following the expiration of the ultimatum handed over to the owner states of Oyo and Osun to pay their three-month salary arrears. The Academic Staff Union of Universities of the institution recently issued 10-day ultimatum, which would lapse on November 15th, to the University administration to pay their August, September and October salaries or face industrial action. The union said it might resort to strike at the expiration of the ultimatum if the university fails to pay. Academic staff of the University are being owed 11 months cumulatively. [Read]

Wife of Kogi Deputy Governor attacked

  Moments after casting her vote, Mrs. Ejura Onoja, wife of Kogi State Deputy Governor, Edward Onoja has allegedly been attacked by thugs suspected to be loyalists of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP in Egume, Dekina Local Government Area of the State. She was said to have been attached shortly after casting her vote in Barak 01 unit in Egume. Mrs. Onoja through the aid of her security details was able to repel the attackers and escape unharmed. However, several others who were with her at the time were not that lucky as they sustained different kinds of injuries and have been taken to the hospital in Anyigba for treatment. [Read]