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Nigerians react to Davido kissing Mya Yafai



Davido’s alleged new girlfriend, Mya Yafai has deleted all her photos and deactivated her Instagram account after photos of her kissing the singer went viral.

The photos generated a buzz online as it came after they were spotted holding hands at St. Marteen and report of her visiting him in Lagos and Ghana between December and January.

It is also at the time when fans are asking questions about the state of Davido’s relationship/engagement to his ‘fiance’, Chioma Rowland.

A quick check on Instagram revealed that Mya’s Instagram account which has over 260k followers is no longer accessible.


The Nigerian singer was first linked with the American Instagram model earlier this month.

In new photos, Davido and Mya, who is rapper Young M.A’s ex-gilfriend, were pictured getting cozy, including one were they are seen sharing a French kiss.

Nigerians react as Davido is pictured kissing Mya Yafai weeks after they were spotted holding hands

The photos made Davido’s child’s mother, Chioma Rowland, trend on Twitter as people shared their opinion about Davido’s new-found love.

Nigerians react as Davido is pictured kissing Mya Yafai weeks after they were spotted holding hands
Nigerians react as Davido is pictured kissing Mya Yafai weeks after they were spotted holding hands
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Twitter ban: “We won’t vote for any politician above 65 in 2023” – Banky W fumes



Nigeria singer, Olubankole Wellington, popularly known as Banky W, has described as ”clueless” the Federal government’s decision to suspend Twitter operations in the country.

Banky in a series of tweets via his Twitter account said the government cannot stop kidnapping and other vices plaguing the country but they can come out to ban Twitter.

He further urged Nigerians to shun voting any politician older than 65 into power during the 2023 elections since the retirement age in Nigeria is 65.

“Nigerian Government banned Twitter, and announced the ban ON Twitter. You can’t make this up. Clueless.

“They can’t stop kidnapping, armed robbery and terrorism, the country is as unsafe as ever and yet they can seize passports and block bank accounts of peaceful protesters.

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“They ban cryptocurrency. They ban Twitter. Completely out of touch with the plight of young people.

“The retirement age in Nigeria is 65. Regardless of party if you’ll be over 65 at the time of elections, we won’t vote for you. It’ll at least eliminate an entire group that has had enough opportunities to fix this mess.

“Can we consider doing #NowToOldToRule? If you’re over 65, you’ve had your chance to help fix this mess. Isn’t it time for that entire generation to rest? The Nigerian Government should not be a retirement home. It’s worth a thought. It’s worth a shot,” he wrote.

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Kim breaks down, narrates struggles after split with Kanye



American reality TV star, Kim Kardashian, has labelled herself a failure following the collapse of her third marriage.

Recall that Kim on Friday filed for divorce against Kanye West after seven years of marriage.

DAILY POST reported that their marriage hit the rocks in 2020 while Kanye West was campaigning for the US presidency.

Kanye, had in a Twitter thread called out the Kardashian and Jenner family, comparing his life living with them to the ‘Get out’ movie.

However, speaking on the latest episode of keeping up with the Kardashians, Kim broke down in tears while narrating her struggles and how she was coping with her third marriage crash.

She said Kanye needs a wife that will support him in all that he does and she feels like a failure because she couldn’t do that.

“Kanye should have a wife that supports his every move and travels with him and does everything that I couldn’t do.

“I feel like a failure and this is a third failed marriage. I just feel like a loser and I just want to be happy,” she said.

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Why I was babymama for four years – Omawumi



Nigerian singer, Omawumi Megbele aka Omawonder, has revealed that she was a babymama for four years by choice.

Omawunmi, who was a guest on TVC, said she waited before her husband, Tosin Yussuf, decided he was going to marry her.

When asked if it is morally right for a woman to decide to just have kids without being married, she said nobody has the right to question a woman’s decision.

She added that she decided to stay away from marriage after the birth of their daughter until she is certain they would both be ready for the commitment.

“I did it. I was a babymama for four years before Papa Kamila decided to marry me. I don’t know why. I was a babymama for four years and I decided and said I don’t want to marry until we are good and ready.”she said.

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FG inaugurates LOC for Festival of Arts and Culture



Members of the Local Organising Committee for the 34th edition of the National Festival of Arts and Culture

The Director General of the National Council of Arts and Culture, Otunba Olusegun Runsewe has called on Nigerians to always tolerate one another and respect the culture and tradition of various ethnic tribes to promote national cohesion and peace.

He also advised the state governments to leverage the potentials of the nation’s culture, arts and tourism sector to stimulate socio-economic growth of their various states.

Otunba Runsewe spoke in Ado Ekiti at the Inauguration of members of the Local Organising Committee for the 34th edition of the National Festival of Arts and Culture, NAFEST to be hosted by Ekiti state in November this year.

Otunba Runsewe stressed that Nigeria is a country with diverse ethnic groups, hence the need for individuals to respect the norms and values of each tribe.

He noted that the idea of NAFEST was to integrate culture and arts as catalysts to build and create a more united and stronger Nigeria.

Otunba Runsewe said Ekiti state was selected to host the next edition of the festival as a result of her readiness after the feasibility studies carried out by the council.

While inaugurating the committee, Governor Kayode Fayemi stressed that his government had activated various activities in the arts and culture which had stimulated tourism businesses as well as creative entrepreneurship.

Governor Fayemi promised that government would provide logistics and financial support to ensure success of the national festival.

Also the state commissioner for Arts and culture professor Razaki Bakare expressed the intention of the state to use the festival to eradicate poverty by attracting local and global investment opportunities to Ekiti.

Professor Bakare who is the chairman of the committee urged members to justify their nomination through commitment towards making the festival a success.

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