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I am a Real RUNS Girl

A Nigerian lady identified on Twitter as Weird Bella, has taken to the platform to declare to her followers that she’s available only if they can pay her bills.

According to the young lady, she is a satisfied runs girl who can travel around the globe if you can pay for her flight ticket.

“I am a real runs girl, I can travel anywhere as long as you can pay book my flight and pay well for your satisfaction!!! Please kindly Retweet my customer might be on your TL…!”, she wrote.


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Annie Idibia bonds with her step kids in new photo

Actress, Annie Idibia has just shared this lovely family photo with her kids,step-kids and husband,2face.

The photo was taken during her second daughter. Olivia’s birthday.

She wrote

Daniel 6: 22
Morning Sermon
God Shall Shut Every Mouth And Ceil Every Tongue Speaking Evil Into The Atmosphere Against You, Your Family,Career And finances .. Amen ?? Happy New Month From Mine To Yours. God Bless Us All.
#TBT To Olivia Bday♥️♥️♥️

Annie Macaulay–Idibia (born November 13, 1984) is a Nigerian, model, presenter and actress.

She was nominated in the “Best Supporting Actress” category at the 2009 Best of Nollywood Awards.

Annie was born in Ibadan but she is a descent of Eket in Akwa Ibom State.

She moved into Lagos with her mother after the divorce of her parents. She holds a degree in Computer Science and Theatre Arts after completing undergraduate courses at Lagos State University and the University of Lagos respectively.

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INDIA inaugurates World’s Tallest Statue

Indian Air Force helicopters shower rose petals on the “Statue Of Unity”, the world’s tallest statue dedicated to Indian independence leader Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, overlooking the Sardar Sarovar Dam near Vadodara in India’s western Gujarat state on October 31, 2018.  SAM PANTHAKY / AFP

India inaugurated the world’s tallest statue on Wednesday with fireworks, folk dances and floral tributes, deploying tight security amid an outcry by local groups over the soaring cost of the 182-meter (600-feet) sculpture of an independence hero.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi officially opened the statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel describing the completion of his pet project as “a day that will be remembered in the history of India”.

Air force jets flew over the giant figure and clouds of rose petals were dropped from helicopters onto its head as Modi bent in front of the statue on the ground.

Modi hailed Sardar Patel’s “strategic thinking” in bringing together the disparate country after independence in 1947 and described the Statue of Unity as “a symbol of our engineering and technical prowess”.

More than 5,000 armed police guarded the huge site in a remote corner of Gujarat state, with Anand Mazgaonkar, a community group leader in Narmada district, accusing plainclothes officers of detaining 12 people late Tuesday. Police denied the claims.

But the authorities took no chances in case community groups staged protests to condemn the decision to spend 29.9 billion rupees ($400 million) — much of it public funds — to build the statue over a nearly four-year period. Hundreds of Chinese have been among the 3,500 workers involved in its construction.

Drones and helicopters kept watch on the area, according to police, after the chiefs of 22 villages signed a letter calling on Modi to stay away from the inauguration.

Posters of Modi with Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani were torn down or had their faces blackened at the weekend. Police guarded new posters put in their place.

 ‘Iron Man’ 

Local legislator Chotu Vasava said: “Tribal groups have been exploited by different governments, the ruling BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) is repeating it again.”

“I am not against Sardar, but what is the use of the statue if the people on the land have to suffer and are moved from their homes?”

More than 80 percent of the local population are from tribal groups with special protected status.

The Gujarat government said the 185 families moved to make way for the statue had been compensated and given 1,200 acres (475 hectares) of land.

Sardar Patel was a deputy prime minister in India’s first post-independence government. He became known as “the Iron Man” by convincing feuding states — sometimes with a threat of force — to join the newly united country.

His name had been largely overshadowed by the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty that has dominated Indian politics since 1947. But Modi-inspired nationalists have sought to put him back in the forefront, with critics accusing them of appropriating his legacy.

The statue is more than twice the size of New York’s Statue of Liberty and also dwarfs the 128-meter (400-feet) high Spring Temple Buddha in China, the world’s next-biggest statue. It is made up of nearly 100,000 tonnes of concrete and steel.

Online booking to visit the Statue of Unity has opened with a 350 rupee ($4.75) admission fee for the 153-meter-high observation deck.

Indian authorities hope the statue will attract 15,000 visitors a day to the remote corner of Gujarat, which is about 100 kilometers (60 miles) from the nearest city of Vadodara.

India is also working on a giant statue of 17th-century warrior king Chhatrapati Shivaji, riding a horse and brandishing a sword, which should dominate the Mumbai shoreline from 2021. The current design would make it 212 meters high.


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Cristiano Ronaldo and his family show off their 'scary' Haloween looks�(Photo)

Superstar footballer, Cristiano Ronaldo, and his family are truly into the spirit of Halloween.

The Juventus striker took to his Twitter page to share a photo of himself, his girlfriend, Georgina Rodríguez and his four children, Ronaldo Jr, Alana, Eva Maria and Mateo wearing scary face masks to celebrate this year’s Halloween.

He captioned the photo: ‘Happy Halloween to everyone!!’


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Nigerians are ready for PEPSI RHYTHM UNPLUGGED

Everything you need to live well

Nigeria’s foremost concert organizer, Flytime Promotions has announced its 3-day lineup of electrifying shows- Pepsi Rhythm Unplugged,RBRM featuring Bobby Brown and Bel Biv Devoe and Olamide Live, under the grand Flytime Music Festival. These events will host the largest number of music lovers on the continent from the 21st to the 23rd of December.

Sponsored by Pepsi and Baba Ijebu, Pepsi Rhythm Unplugged will kick off day one of the festivals. Flytime Promotions is set to announce performances from A-List Nigerian artists, who will be bringing the best of energy and good vibes to give the concertgoers the time of their lives, as they wrap up an exciting year.

The 2nd day of the festival will feature international artists; legendary Grammy Award winner, Bobby Brown and Bel Biv Devoe, who will perform their biggest hits, taking guests down memory lane with award winning tracks like “If It Isn’t love”, “Candy Girl” and many more. Following their recently concluding tour, they are set to hit the stage at the Eko Convention Center this December for an exclusive and explosive show.

Speaking on this year’s triple treat delight, Flytime Talent Management Head, Sasha Alabi, said:

“Flytime has built a formidable brand that has been consistent in catering to the entertainment needs of Nigerian concertgoers for over a decade. This year, we plan to bring a heightened feeling of what our fans are used to; leaving them with an unforgettable triple, treat experience.”

Day 3 of the festival will close out with a bang, showcasing the one and only OLAMIDE LIVE! The YBNL boss and “King of the Streets” will be hitting the stage alongside some of the music industry’s favourites and his renowned YBNL army. The ‘Wo” crooner promises to deliver a top-notch show that guarantees to keep the crowd lit all night long!

The annual culture of Rhythm Unplugged never fails to surprise fans. And last year, fans received the ultimate surprise, witnessing the union of two of Africa’s most prominent music stars, Davido and Wizkid live on stage. This year, Flytime Music Festival is set to leave Lagosians speechless for months to come.

Concert-goers have been advised to “stay woke” as “Anything Can Happen” on stage.