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I lost my virginity at the age of 12 – Actress Kisa Gbekle [Video]


Ghanaian actress, Kisa Gbekle, who was recently reported to be Shatta Wale’s new flame, has said she lost her virginity at the age of 12.

The 27-year-old disclosed in an interview with Zionfelix Uncut.

According to her growing up was difficult and to survive dated and slept with men for money.

She revealed that she had so far dated five men, adding that her past is nothing to be proud of because she did quite a number of things she shouldn’t have.

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She will, however, not be too hard on herself because there was no better alternative.

“My exes are just five… and I broke my virginity when I was 12 years,” she said.

“It was because of where I was coming from. I had to take things into my hands. I had a very bad background. My past is something I’m not too proud of. When you’re from a very poor home, you do everything to make it in life. I started doing that to take care of myself, to pay my fees. I had dropped out of school. There was no money…

“I didn’t even know my age. It was when I completed JSS before I got to know that I no even catch 20 years sef wey I do things plenty like that. I was dating these young guys from good homes in Volta Region.”

Asked if there has been an improvement in her life in terms of finances, she replied,

“I’m not broke, I’m not rich. If it’s boyfriend, I have; I don’t have. I don’t even know whether I’m dating or not.”


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My wife left me at test centre on learning I’m HIV positive – musician



A Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) positive musician, Moses Nsubuga, has narrated his experiences since he tested positive for the disease 25 years ago.

Nsubuga, a Ugandan singer known in showbiz as Supercharger, revealed that his wife of eight years quit the relationship at the testing centre when she heard his status.

The singer, who also doubles as a radio host, also revealed that his family dug his grave immediately the results came out in 1994.

Nsubuga is, however, not blaming his wife for leaving him, saying she warned him of his reckless behaviour but he didn’t take heed.

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In 1994, they decided to take an HIV test together and while she tested negative, his result came back positive.

Soon after the test results were revealed, Nsubuga’s wife excused herself to visit the washrooms and never came back.

“The mother of my children left me at the test centre,” he previously told Ugandan Monitor.

Four years later, the musician became very ill after failing to adhere to the antiretroviral treatment prescription.

“I was not used to swallowing drugs every day and on top of that they were too expensive,” he told the World Health Organisation.

“I was about to die. My relatives gathered at my aunt’s home in Entebbe. They had laid me on the mat. They started planning. They wondered if I died, who had Ush1.5 million to take my body to Kitalaganya. The wise thing was to put me on the bus before I die.”

His constant vomiting ended their bus journey as other passengers were not comfortable and the help of a Good Samaritan eventually got them to commute to their home village in Kitalaganya, central Uganda.

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On the drive home, his aunts briefly stopped the journey to purchase materials for his burial.

“They bought cement, one iron sheet and backcloth which they would use on my grave. We then continued. They monitored me every day but I didn’t die,” Nsubuga said.

Things have since turned around for the better for the singer who was rescued by a former parliamentarian and took him to Kampala for treatment after learning of his travails.

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The singer has since released “Say No to Resistance,” a song in which he urges people living with HIV to stick to antiretroviral drugs.

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Omotola Jolade begs fan to delete leaked music video



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Nollywood’s Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde has asked a fan to delete a leaked clip from the music video of her 2010 song, ‘Feel Alright.’

The 42-year-old made the request on Wednesday after the fan with username, @ogundamisi, shared the clip on Twitter.

“Please take this down . This was a leaked inofficial video,” she tweeted at him.

On Saturday, Omotola announced that she was going back to music, which she called, her ‘first love.’

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She wrote on Instagram:

“When I told you Post-COVID I’m doing all I’ve wanted to do some thought I was just motivating! I’m back to my music! And this second time around No gates of hell shall prevail… I’m 42, restarting my first love! Why the hell not!”

See the video clip below:

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Cobhams Asuquo bags UNICEF appointment



Award-winning Nigerian musician, producer, and songwriter, Cobhams Asuquo has been appointed as the National Ambassador to the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

UNICEF Nigeria Representative, Mr. Peter Hawkins, made the announcement in a statement made available to newsmen in Kaduna on Wednesday.

According to Hawkins, the appointment made Cobhams the first National Ambassador of UNICEF Nigeria in the last 15 years.

Hawkins explained that as UNICEF National Ambassador, Asuquo would help raise awareness on concerns around children’s rights and solutions.

He will also play a vital role in issues concerning birth registration, immunization, education, and protection from violence.

“I am delighted to welcome Asuquo to the UNICEF family, particularly on Nigerian Children’s Day, dedicated to every Nigerian child, to give them a better place to survive, thrive, and develop.

“May 27 was set aside to celebrate the importance of children in Nigeria, providing the opportunity to policymakers and families to focus on the holistic development of young Nigerians.

“He had supported UNICEF Nigeria’s work since 2019, including producing the hits “I am a Nigeria Child (For Every Child)” calling for every Nigerian child’s rights to be respected and protected.

“He also produced the song, “We go Win (Corona)”, to raise awareness on how Nigerians can protect themselves from COVID-19.

“Asuquo had also produced the song “Tell Everybody”, back in 2015 to raise awareness of the Sustainable Development Goals, as part of the UN Global Goals campaign,” Hawkins said.

The UNICEF representative expressed optimism that the national ambassador would continue to use his singing, passion and dedication to defending the rights of vulnerable children and young people in Nigeria.

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Hawkins, however, quoted Asuquo as saying,

“It’s a huge honour to become a UNICEF Nigeria Ambassador.

“I am thrilled to join the list of UNICEF Goodwill Ambassadors around the world, supporting the protection and promotion of children’s rights.

“I am passionate about children’s rights, and I am passionate about Nigeria – and securing its future, and the only way we can truly do that is through ensuring every child fulfilled their potential.

“I look forward to making my contribution to the improvement of the lives of Nigerian children and young people.”

However, Asuquo, a lawyer by training, is a singer and musician who shot to fame when he produced the debut album of Nigerian soul sensation Asa.

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This includes Asa’s hit singles, “Fire on the Mountain” and “Jailer”.

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