Guy Recounts Tale Of First Class Student Who Drowned at a Party Saving Girl on Twitter


A Nigerian guy, Xcel has narrated how students continued to party after a student lost his life while trying to save a lady that drowned during the party that held in 2012 at Elegushi beach.

According to the story, the boy who died had the highest CGPA in his class and had joined three other boys to save the lady who was drowning.

See screenshots here;

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SINGLE AND READY TO MINGLE ALERT: “I Am Tired Of Being Single” – Lil Kesh


Nigerian singer, Keshinro Ololade popularly known as Lil Kesh, has taken to social media to complain about his marital status. Apparently, he is ready to find love again

The ‘fake love’ crooner, via Twitter, stated that he is tired of his single life.

He wrote on his timeline;

I’ m tired of this single life, I need to start dating again

So interested ladies, don’t hesitate to apply. Let the fish catching begin!

See the tweet below:


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Native Doctor Takes Things Up a Notch; Takes Girlfriend Swimming and Shows Her Off on Social Media


According to the owner of “Chi Marine Temple”  located in the eastern part of Nigeria, there is no such thing as having only one girlfriend.

He wrote: “She is my, for now, I don’t believe in one love many are coming with special arrangement with the gods, don’t ask much the materials is there.”


He added that time has passed when people think that native doctors don’t use Air conditioners in their house as he is different from the old dispensation of native doctors.

He added further;


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Kiss Daniel Unveils His “FLY BOY I.N.C” Logo


Nigerian Singer Kiss Daniel who announced yesterday he has left G-Worldwide Entertainment took to his IG page to show off his new label “FLY BOY I.N.C” logo.

He captioned it;

“FLY BOY I.N.C � ( FBI �) #FBI #Flyboyinc #TeamKD #TeamFlyboyinc #TeamVado #INC #C.E.O”

SO what do you think? Love it or nah?

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Peep Tiwa Savage’s Curves In Custom Made Gert-Johan Coetzee’s Gown


Mavins First Lady, Tiwa Savage took to her IG page to share these photos of herself rocking a beautiful hand beaded and crystallised dress by Gert-Johan Coetzee, which she said took two months to make from scratch.

The mother of one displayed her curves in the fashion piece which took two months to make – It was designed by South African Gert Johan Coetzee Nigerian star girl, tiwa savage, looked all shades of gorgeous recently when she rocked and expensive piece, made of crystals and tassels. The hand made piece took over two months to make

Fashionista, tiwa rocked the hot dress and shared the photos on her Instagram page. She told the story of the lovely dress, saying how every stone placed on the dress was hand made, designed from scratch to finish. The killer dress was designed by South African designer, Gert Johan Coetzee.

She shared the photo and captioned it: “Where do I start with this dress … so this custom piece took over 2 months to make because it was hand made from scratch, each crystal, each tassel … Gertz told me to be bold and wear absolutely nothing under because he has placed everything in the right place to cover my “bits” in his own words and he promised it would look great and he delivered this absolutely stunning dress for me. Pics don’t do it enough justice. Shoutout @kizaster for handling this from inception And to you @gertjohancoetzee ”

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Seyi Shay Reacts to her Slip On Stage While Performing At AFRIMA 2017

One of the top highlights of Afrima 2017 was when ‘Yolo Yolo’Crooner, Seyi Shay fell off the stage during her performance. See Video here:

However, being the great artist that she is, she reacted calmly to the drama,picked herself up immediately and continued her performance like nothing happened.The Singer has now taken to her IG page to react to the moment she slipped on stage.

She wrote;

“As a professional..the show must always go on.”

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How Nigeria can develop key tourism market segments to grow the economy


Nigeria’s leading online travel agency Jumia Travel delves into examining some of the key tourism market segments that Nigeria can develop to improve the economy. The segments mentioned in this article are not the only existing segments. However, this article has identified 3 areas: Ecotourism, Cultural tourism & Heritage tourism.

The concept of ecotourism is no longer new. It simply refers to responsible travel to natural areas that help to conserve the environment and help to improve the welfare of local people. Ecotourism is often associated with destinations in remote areas. It also represents a subsector of tourism that is affiliated with environmental protection and, has the potential to contribute to sustainable development and to help ensure environmental sustainability. Africa has a vast and diverse natural landscape, wildlife and protected areas on the continent. So, this provides the continent with a competitive advantage in ecotourism and if properly harnessed, it will help to promote economic diversification and contribute to job creation and enterprise development while helping to address underdevelopment in remote regions and intractable environmental challenges. Tourism establishments in forest reserves can create employment for unskilled workers such as, drivers, cleaners, and housekeepers at accommodation facilities. In addition to increasing incomes in local communities, employment opportunities in tourism can enhance employee skills and productivity. Opportunities to supply products and services to the tourism sector can help to ensure a sustainable market and increase incomes and other revenues in local communities derived from tourism-related activities, while minimizing economic leakages. Joint ventures between ecotourism establishments and local communities such as wildlife conservancies may be the effective mechanisms for ensuring that local communities derive economic benefits from tourism resources in their communities while minimizing leakages.


When people travel to learn about the history and culture of a destination, it is called cultural tourism. It is another key tourism market that demands creative goods and services, including cultural products such as handicrafts, performance arts and music, that can be harnessed for economic growth. Handicrafts are key cultural products consumed in the tourism industry. Owing to low entry barriers, and as handicrafts require a low level of capital investment, there is potential to develop viable linkages between tourism and local handicrafts sectors that create economic opportunities for local artisans. On the demand side, hotels and restaurants can create business opportunities for local artisans who can supply handicrafts to furnish such establishments. Backward linkages can create business opportunities for semi-skilled and unskilled artisans in the informal sector. The demand for handicrafts can help to ensure a sustainable market for locally made handicrafts, and increase incomes and improve livelihoods in local communities (United Nations Conference on Trade & Development Report 2017). Tourism establishments can also facilitate market opportunities for local handicrafts by organizing markets on their premises and through coordinated visits to local markets that allow tourists to source handicrafts directly from local artisans. Moreover, engaging directly with local artisans and informal enterprises with few or no intermediaries allows for a greater capture of tourist expenditures by local artisans and encourages the utilization of local skills and materials, with tourism thus generating an important source of income for semi-skilled and unskilled workers, while contributing to the preservation of local cultural heritages. Governments can play a role in helping to create an appropriate incentive structure and an enabling environment for firms (such as hotel and guest house operators) to actively engage in integrating local artisans into local tourism value chains and ensuring that they benefit economically from the sector.


Although a small share of tourist expenditures is on handicrafts, several studies suggest that the economic benefits that accrue to the poor are comparatively high. For example, in Ethiopia, the crafts sector captures the largest share of tourist expenditures; $7 million (55 per cent) of $12.7 million in tourist expenditures on crafts benefits poor households through income earned from employment or business opportunities (Mitchell and Ashley, 2009). In 2007, in Ethiopia, the average tourist spent $50 on handicrafts, half of which was income accrued by local artisans (International Trade Centre, 2010). Trade in cultural products can play an important role in driving informal business tourism, a substantial and important dimension of such tourism in regions such as Southern Africa (Rogerson, 2016).


There are quite a number of rich cultural heritages in Nigeria which may be harnessed to increase demand for diverse products and experiences and create markets based on cultural and recreational elements. Events and visits such as the following may be leveraged for income generation through employment and business opportunities, with cultural tourism thereby contributing to economic growth: music & film festivals in Osun Osogbo; visits to cultural heritage sites, such as Olumo rock in Abeokuta; Idanre hill in Ondo; Ancient Kano city walls; Ogbunike caves; and visits to museums and galleries. Cultural events contribute to local economies while supporting cultural diversity. Heritage tourism is a growing market segment with significant potential in product. Heritage tourism is a growing market segment with significant potential in product diversification. Heritage and cultural sites, which are often located in rural areas, can play a role in promoting local economic development. With regard to demand, heritage tourism can stimulate local employment, directly through the employment of tour guides and indirectly through the conservation of sites and the development of infrastructure such as cafes, restaurants and other facilities, as well as the maintenance of associated infrastructure, such as upgrades of roads.


Heritage tourism also offers opportunities for product development targeted at different market segments. In connection with visits to heritage and religious sites, there is potential to develop complementary sites, such as scenic routes and trails, aimed at adventure, leisure and business tourists, along with students visiting heritage sites, which have significant potential for the creation of linkages with and boosting the competitiveness of local tour operators and other businesses providing services to tourists, while ensuring that young people and local communities benefit through employment and other revenues. Economic opportunities arising from heritage tourism have the potential to transform underdeveloped regions in which related sites are often located, and provide an impetus for regions to strive to overcome economic stagnation and decline (Rogerson and van der Merwe, 2016).

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Kenya’s Odd yet Trending #EyeWitnessChallenge(Photos)


Nigerians Do Not Copy!! I Repeat Do Not Copy

Hopefully this won’t be a trend we would follow. How did it all begin?

See this man? He caused it

So one fateful day, Kenyan television news interviewed a man at the scene of the October 21, Nakuru plane crash. A few days later, the man appeared on TV again as an eyewitness to the car accident that claimed the life of Nyeri Governor, Wahome Gakuri.

Kenyans as enigmatic as they are, were drawn more to the man’s queer choice of facial accessories than to the fact that he was always an eyewitness to disastrous events and so the challenge begun

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Banky Bares All; Shares Testimony of How he Underwent 3rd Surgery Over A Rare Strain Of Skin Cancer Tumours (Photos)

Banky W, a.ka Bankole Wellington who has been away from social media and music for a while took to his Instagram to share some photos of himself during operations, testifying of how God healed him.

See photos and caption below….

A wise man once said this: “Scars. A sign that you had been hurt. A sign that you had been healed.” Scroll through the pictures to see mine.

I’m sharing these because they’re proof of what God has brought me through. And because somewhere out there, I know there’s someone who needs to hear this.

For those who’ve been wondering why I’ve been away so long..I had my 3rd surgery on a rare strain of skin cancer tumours in my shoulder last month. The first 2 times were over 10 yrs ago, then it recently resurfaced. But this isn’t a sad story as much as it is a reminder, and a testimony. 
A reminder that you should never take life for granted. You only get 1 shot. Some people went to sleep and never woke up. Many others have lost the battle to cancer and other illnesses. Many are still fighting. U never know when your time will be up so don’t waste another minute. It’s also a testimony about the goodness of God. I think I had to go through this again to remember how merciful God is to me; Lord knows I don’t deserve it but He saves me time and again anyway. I keep saying I need to write a book. I really, really do.

The past few weeks of recovery have been tough, but beautiful. I’m finally back on my feet, feeling stronger and ready to get back to life. I’m especially thankful to my Nurse Susu for loving me and being by my side every step of the way – I don’t deserve U , my parents & siblings, in-laws & close friends for the love, support and prayers, my Pastors – Pastor Tony Rapu & Pastor Del Balogun of TPH, Pastor Taiwo Odukoya and Pastor Bayo Adeyokunnu – for constantly praying with and for me. And of course to Dr Wodajo & Dr Miralli & their teams – who God used to operate on me successfully.

I’m thankful for life, provision and healing. Pls dont feel bad, or msg me with any worries.. God has done it, just thank Him for me. 
The pain will eventually go away but the scar won’t – and I’m glad because it’s a reminder to me of what God has done, and evidence to you of what He CAN do. I’m not stronger or better than anyone. I’m just a living testimony that no matter what u face, U can survive & thrive, by God’s grace.

#TheBankStatements #nowplaying#BlessingMe

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