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Ned Nwoko confirms Regina Daniels is pregnant (Photos)


Reginal Daniels’ husband, Prince Ned Nwoko, has confirmed on his Instagram account that they are both expecting their first child together.

The billionaire broke the news on Instagram moments ago.

He shared photos of the heavily pregnant Regina Daniels and captioned it;

“It is now official. I am excited to announce that my baby is having a baby ❤️ @regina.daniels”

Reports claim that the politician acquired a house for Daniels in an undisclosed location in London, United Kingdom, for her to stay her ahead of the baby’s arrival.

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China set to let most cinemas re-open from Monday as pandemic ebbs



China will allow most cinemas to reopen from July 20, the film administration said on Thursday, six months after they were forced to close as part of draconian measures to contain the novel coronavirus.

The relaxation has been long-awaited in the world’s second-largest film market, where lockdowns have eased gradually as infections have dropped sharply since March, with many restaurants and malls open for months.

Cinemas in low-risk areas will resume operations but curbs, from limited film showings to mandatory masks, will still apply, although those in medium- and high-risk areas will stay shut, the China Film Administration said in a statement.

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No area in China is now categorised as high-risk, the government said, however, and just four neighbourhoods in Beijing, the capital, are graded medium-risk.

“This is breaking news for the industry and people are thrilled,” said Gao Jun, former general manager of Beijing-headquartered Xinyinglian Cinema Chain.

“This industry is in a desperate situation because of high operational cost: the rent.”

Cinemas that re-open will have to limit audiences to 30% of normal and keep vacant seats between patrons, who are required to book in advance and not carry in food and drinks, the film authority said.

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The theatres were forced to shut in late January as China battled the virus that emerged in its central city of Wuhan late last year, before spreading worldwide to cause 14 million infections and 583,000 deaths.

Shares in China’s largest cinema owner, Wanda Film jumped on the news, to end up 1.1% per cent, outperforming a drop of 5% in the benchmark Shenzhen Composite Index.

“Wanda Film’s preparations are progressing in an orderly fashion,” the company, which runs more than 600 cinemas nationwide, said in a statement, adding that it planned to announce re-openings.

Last week, it forecast a swing to a first-half net loss of up to 1.6 billion yuan ($230 million), from a gain of 524 million yuan in the corresponding period last year.

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Social media users welcomed the news, despite the restrictions.

“I have many films that I want to watch in the cinema!” said one user on Sina Weibo.










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Speed Darlington warns fans to stop following his fake IG page



Nigerian rapper, Speed Darlington has advised his fans to desist from following his fake IG page.

Darlington, in a video, showed no mercy on the scammer by insulting him and told fans the scammer manages to steal his photos and videos and uploads it on his fake page.

He also went on to stay that, the scammer takes money from the followers and gives them his word on advertising them but later blocks them as soon as he gets the money.

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In a video, the controversial rapper shows a printed out copy of the fake page and advises fans to unfollow and make reports.

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Nike Davies crowns Yvonne Jegede ‘Erelu of Nollywood’



Nigerian veteran artist and art connoisseur, Chief Mrs Nike Davies Okundaye who is popularly known as Mama Nike Art Gallery, has crowned Nollywood actress, Yvonne Jegede as the Erelu of Nollywood.

During a tour around the prestigious art gallery, Nike Art Gallery, Nike Davies crowned the actress as the Erelu of Nollywood for her talents and claims that the actress truly portrays the ideal African Queen.

Yvonne Jegede is a Nigerian actress, film producer, model, and television personality; notable for producing 3 is Company.

She rose to prominence after she made a cameo appearance in the music video African Queen by 2Face Idibia alongside Annie Macaulay and has featured in over 500 Nollywood movies since then.

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The coronation was done in a Benin-like style which earned the actress a special necklace from the veteran art connoisseur as a gift for her new title as the first-ever lady to be crowned the Erelu of Nollywood and in attendance were notable personalities such as Samuel Olatunji (Bigsam) Idris Aregbe and Humblesmiths.

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The veteran textile designer also recently crowned World recognized CNN Reporter, Richard Quest during his visit to the Nike Art Gallery in Lagos, Nigeria.

Regarding her new title, Yvonne Jegede had this to say;

“Acting is one thing while getting specially recognized is another…I can’t thank Aunty Nike enough for this awesome title and gift because I legit didn’t see it coming…she is someone I really love and know she continues to give our tradition and nation more recognition to the world…I am indeed honoured

Mama Nike Art Gallery had this to say regarding the actress

“Yvonne is someone I really like and enjoy watching her movies because she makes it look so real…I feel she portrays the true African queen and deserves to be crowned the Erelu of Nollywood”

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