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Apostle Suleman set to celebrate 50th birthday, unveils star studded guest list


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On Tuesday, March 24, 2020, Apostle Johnson Suleman, Senior Pastor of the Omega Fire Ministries (OFM) worldwide will Celebrate his 50th Birthday.

The celebration is billed to take place at the ministry’s headquarters in Auchi, Edo State on Sunday, March 22, 2020.

Important persons set to grace the event include former President Jonathan; Governor Okowa of Delta State, the minister of Transport Rotimi Amaechi, and governor, Godwin Obaseki of Edo State among others.

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Apostle Suleman says:

”Marking the beginning of the second half of a century in a man’s life is very important because it is honouring memories, victories, struggles and everything in-between.”

On this day, the Lagos State headquarters of the ministry would also celebrate Apostle Suleman’s new age and 28 years of working in the Lord’s vineyard.

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The event which will be a strictly church event will be hosted by Reverend Fidelis Ayemoba.

As he celebrates his 50th birthday, Apostle Suleman will also be empowering a lot of people from within and outside the ministry, with cash and other gifts


I‘m not my blackmailer’s first victim – Salawa Abeni



Salawa Abeni has met with her blackmailer and has come out to say that she is not his first victim.

Abeni made this known after the operatives of Rapid Response Squad, RRS, arrested 19-year-old Emmanuel Oladunjoye Olufowoke, who confessed to threatening to share nude pictures of the singer on the internet in exchange for money.

Speaking on the blackmailer, Abeni said:

“I just want to use this opportunity to thank Nigerians all over the world, the Nigerian Police Force RRS for helping to catch this boy as I am not his first victim.

“I am extremely grateful for all the love, concern and support shown despite everything that is going in our daily lives. Modupe o! God bless you all.”

The suspected blackmailer also said he engaged in the act to get some few bucks off Salawa Abeni after coming in contact with the private pictures.

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He added that after downloading the nude photographs of Salawa Abeni on his phone, he picked up her mobile number from her Instagram page.

“On 1st of April, 2020, I chatted her up and also called her after sending a few of the photos to her online.

My intention was to negotiate with her for a few bucks and for me to destroy the photographs. I thought everything was going on fine until the following day when I heard the news of the blackmail over the radio.

“I was with my mother. She was even cursing the blackmailer unknown to her that I was the brain behind it. I immediately sneaked out, destroyed the memory card, and threw my mobile phone and SIM card into a nearby wetland in Magboro.

“Since then, I never mentioned it to anyone and called Madam Salawa Abeni about it again,” he said.

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Majek Fashek was an epitome of love – Adewale Ayuba



Majek Fashek: Cause of Raggae star's death revealed

Legendary Fuji Musician, Adewale Ayuba, on Tuesday paid tribute to the late reggae musical icon, Majekodunmi Fasheke, popularly known as Majek Fashek who died June 1, aged 57years.

Ayuba described Fashek as an epitome of love during an interview in Lagos, while reacting to the Rainmaker’s death.

He said Fashek had left indelible memories in the mind of his fans as he took the reggae music to a higher level while alive.

“Majek Fashek’s death is a great loss to the nation and the world at large, he will be greatly missed.

“He was an epitome of love, considering my personal encounter with him and several projects we have handled together even beyond the shores of this country.

“He was such a kind and loving person who does not hold grudges, I have never sighted him fighting any artiste or being unhappy about any artiste’s success rather he showed love to everyone.

“Fashek should be called love because he is an epitome of love, he wished everyone well and never quarreled with anyone.

“We cannot talk about the growth of the entertainment industry without mentioning Majek Fashek, he is one of the musicians who has taken nation’s culture beyond the shores of the nation,” he said.

Ayuba urged Nigerian artists to emulate Fashek’s virtue of love while they show love to one another.

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He said Fashek was a creative musician who never took after the Jamaican kind of reggae music as everyone understood whatever he says in his music.

He, however, called on the Federal Government to immortalise the reggae musical icon along with most of the late legendary musicians like Ayinde Barrister and Victor Olaiya.

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According to him, this was neccesssary because the musical legends had contributed meaningfully to the growth of Nigeria’s entertainment industry.


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Rihanna flaunts enviable curves in sexy lingerie (Photos)




Singer, Rihanna flaunted her enviable curves as she modelled a lime green two-piece set from her lingerie line, Savage X Fenty.

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