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Not all representatives of BBNaija are positive- Khafi Kareem

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Not all representatives of BBNaija are positive- Khafi Kareem

Former BBNaija housemate, Khafi Kareem on social media has used her influence to help support fans of the Reality TV show after someone referred to them as “debased and rapid people.”

According to Khafi, the BBNaija reality TV show is for all walks of life and although some fans are not positive, one shouldn’t write off the entire community.

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Khafi wrote;

“No love, I disagree. BBN appeals to people from all walks of life. It appeals to people with empathy, people who are passionate and people who are intrigued by life around them. We watch and find someone or people who remind us of parts of ourselves and decide to love them.“

Khaffi added that some people use their love for one housemate to hate another but shouldn’t judge the whole community by those people.

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She said;

“It fosters community. Not all representatives of it are positive & some use the love for one as reason to hate another, but that does not write off the community as a whole. Far from rabid, their energy is powerful & lives have been changed as a result. Mine is one of them.”

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Actress Uche Elendu flaunts her brand new Lexus SUV

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Actress Uche Elendu flaunts her brand new Lexus SUV
Nollywood actress, Uche Elendu, has taken to Instagram to show off the brand new Lexus SUV she just acquired for herself.
The actress took to her Instagram page to flaunt the unregistered car while friends, colleagues and fans celebrate.

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Checkout out photos of her new ride below:

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How come no pastor predicted this year 2020 troubles, Anita Joseph asks

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‎Nollywood actress, Anita Joseph, has asked why no man of God predicted this year’s troubles.

She asked this question in a recent post on Instagram.

Anita wrote:  ‘How come no pastor Predicted this year CHEWENTHY CHEWENTHY because awotarom zim “ What’s really going on though 🙈 Heal the WORLD LORD

A fan in response to the question told her she was saying nonsense as there were still real men of God and asked her if she reads her Bible at all.

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See her post and some of the reactions that followed;

 

 

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Prince Harry makes new move, ‘cuts ties’ with Prince Williams

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Prince Harry has ‘cut another tie’ with his brother, Prince William and Kate Middleton more than two months after stepping down as a senior member of the Royal Family.

In yet another move to distance himself from royals William and Kate, Harry has cut ties with his brother and sister-in-law’s charity by removing his Endeavour Fund from The Royal Foundation according to reports.

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According to reports, the Duke of Sussex’s Endeavour Fund is no longer held under The Royal Foundation, instead, it has now been merged with Harry’s charity sporting event – the Invictus Games.

Kate and William will carry on with The Royal Foundation separately while Harry will focus on the Invictus Games.

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The Royal Foundation helps those on the frontline of the UK’s Covid-19 response.

In a statement on the official Endeavour Fund website, it reads:

“The Invictus Games Foundation is delighted to announce that the Endeavour Fund has been transferred across from The Royal Foundation and into the work of the Invictus Games Foundation.”

Dominic Reid, CEO of the Invictus Games Foundation, said:

“The Endeavour Fund has been doing incredible things for many years and we believe that together, both organisations will have a positive and sustained impact on the recovery and rehabilitation journeys of many from around the world who have experienced injury or illness during service.”

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