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I’m glad I walked down the aisle with you, Seyi Law to wife on 9th wedding anniversary


I'm glad I walked down the aisle with you, Seyi Law to wife on 9th wedding anniversary

Despite the coronavirus pandemic hovering over the world, Nigerian ace comedian, Seyi Law has something to be grateful for as he and his lovely wife Ebere, celebrate their 9th wedding anniversary today March 27.

To mark the day, Seyi shared a photo of himself, his wife and their daughter, Tiwa, on his Instagram page and wrote;

It’s 9 years and we are still counting.
She said, “I love your confidence on stage” 13 years.
I got beautiful Yes when I proposed 11 years ago.
I almost made her Lord of the rings for 2 years.
We walked down the aisle exactly 9 years ago.
Happy 9th Wedding Anniversary to Us.
It’s been God through it all.
Thanks for sharing our joy always.
EBYLAW 2011 now SST 2020 (STACY, SEYI, TIWA)


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Before you complain of the Arsenal tracksuit. It is significant. It means despite our losses, the things we are yet to attain, we count our winnings and blessings, hopeful for a better tomorrow and the loyalty to stay with each other. TIWALOLUWA is a beautiful blessing beyond the losses.

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Obaseki, Festus Keyamo, Shehu Sani, Kate Henshaw mourn Majek Fashek



Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State; the Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo; former Kaduna State lawmaker, Shehu Sani, and Popular actress, Kate Henshaw have reacted to the death of Nigerian music legend, Majekodunmi Fasheke, popularly known as Majek Fashek.

The legendary singer died at the age of 57.

Fashek’s death was confirmed by his manager, Omenka Uzoma, on the late singer’s official Instagram page.

The post on Instagram read:

“I have had pressure calls, well, it is true that the African No 1 Legendary ICON has gone to be with the LORD his Maker.

“Let us use today to celebrate him, his achievements, and his family.”

Reacting to the sad news, Obaseki, in a tweet on his official Twitter handle, on Monday, said Fashek would be remembered for his disarming craft and skill.

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He wrote:

“I mourn the death of quintessential, maverick musician and Edo son, Majek Fashek.

“Fashek, who took the world by storm with his enigmatic talent, remains one of the finest cultural icons of his age and would be remembered for his disarming craft and skill.”

Also reacting, Keyamo tweeted:

“R.I.P. my big brother, Mr Majekodunmi Fasheke (aka Majek Fashek), the ‘Rain Maker’ and extraordinarily gifted musician. They don’t make them like you anymore. Your remake of the song Hotel California remains one of my favourites and, of course, the evergreen, Send Down the Rain!”

In the same vein, Sani tweeted:

“Some years ago I met Majek Fashek near a train station in New York b4 he returned to Nigeria. He was a shadow of the man; many of us loved decades ago.

“Majek rode through rough & dangerous terrain in Life. He tried to pick up & now is gone. He was an unforgettable legend. R.I.P.”

Similarly, Henshaw wrote:

“Multiple musical notes. The sky looks misty and cloudy and looks like the rain’s gonna fall today—multiple musical notes.

“R.I.P. Majek Fashek… I pray you finally rest well. Thank you for the great songs. Thank you for using your talent to bring smiles on our faces.”

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JUST IN: Majek Fashek is dead



Nigerian music legend and reggae king Majekodunmi Fasheke, popularly called Majek Fashek, is dead.

His death was confirmed by his manager Omenka Uzoma, on the late singer’s official Instagram handle.

“Today been having pressure calls, well it is true that the African No 1 Legendary ICON has gone to be with the LORD his Maker,” he said.

“Let celebrate him, his achievements, and his family, whatever decisions made by his immediate family will be notified.”

Majek was born in Benin-City, Edo state

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Until his death, he was one of Nigeria’s surviving Reggae music legend, Majek attracted international attention in 1987, with his self-penned tune, ‘Send down the Rain.’

The singer also played a supporting role in the 2000 Nollywood movie ‘Mark of the Beast’.

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You no get respect, Blackface lambastes Wizkid for calling Buhari, Trump clueless




Popular Nigerian singer, Wizkid on Monday, June 1, took to his social media page to call out the Nigerian and US presidents and he tagged them ‘clueless’ as regards how they are handling the crises currently rocking both nations.

According to the hitmaker, both President Muhammadu Buhari and President Donald Trump are the same individuals.

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Wizkid said the only difference between the two world leaders is that one of them is very skilled and vocal when it comes to using social media app, Twitter.

“Buhari/Trump same person lol only difference be say one sabi use twitter pass the other. Clueless!” he tweeted.

See his post below:

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However, Singer, Augustine Ahmedu, aka Blackface Naija, while reacting the post lambasted Wizkid and called him a ‘Child’.

He wrote :

Just imagine say them compare the level of your music to their achievement…No even go there boy whiskey ! Flag of Nigeria

Children of Nowadays Dem No Get Respect ⛄

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