You Were Supposed To Have My Baby – Safaree Tells Nicki Minaj On Twitter

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Nicki Minaj’s Ex-boyfriend, Safaree, has taken to
Twitter to show how hurt he was realizing that
his ex-girlfriend didn’t have a baby for him.
Safaree who has always trolled on Nicki Minaj
tweeted;

Hushpuppi Branded Jersey Found In Mourinho’s Dressing Room |See

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Malaysia base Nigerian big boy, Ray Hushpuppi
seems to be getting some international
recognition as a Manchester United Fc jersey
branded in his name was seen with Manchester
United Fc player, Eric Bailly.

Anthony Joshua Vs Vladimir Klitschko Rematch Has Been Scheduled [ See Date And Venue ]

Nigerian born boxer, Anthony Joshua’s world
heavyweight title rematch with Russian,
Vladimir Klitschko has been fixed for
November 11, 2017 at the new hi-tech T-
Mobile Arena, Las Vegas.
According to promoter, Eddie Hearn , ‘the
venue and the date are the preferred options,
with T-Mobile and November 11 pencilled in’.
This translates into virtual confirmation that
the second edition of the epic battle between
Joshua and the iconic former world champion
Klitschko is on.
Win or lose, this is likely to be Klitschko’s last
fight and a source close to his camp said: ‘If
this is to be the end of his fantastic career,
he wants to go out in style in Vegas.’

There Are No Killer Anti- Malaria Drugs In Nigeria – NAFDAC Reveals

The National Agency for Food and Drug
Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has
said that there are no €˜killer anti-malaria
drugs in Nigeria.
The Acting Director-General, NAFDAC, Dr.
Yetunde Oni, who stated this yesterday at a
news conference in Lagos, said the reports in
the social media on the ‘kidney-killer’
malaria drugs were false as there are no such
drugs in the country.
Against the backdrop of the dangers posed by
the drugs, the Senate had flayed the NAFDAC
and Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON)
for not adequately waging the war against the
influx of fake and sub-standard items into the
country.
The NAFDAC boss said the allegedly banned
drugs are oral monotherapies containing
single Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients
(API) such as Artesunate as contained in
Arinate tablet, Amodiaquine contained in
Comoquine, Dihydroartemisinin contained in
Alaxin tablets and Pyrimethamine contained in
Daraprim tablets which are not recommended
for the treatment of malaria in Nigeria.
She said the agency is committed to the well-
being of Nigerians and so wishes to douse the
tension and correct the misinformation on the
social media and mainstream media about the
banned drugs.
Oni said: “We want to douse the tension and
correct the misinformation on the social and
mainstream media about the 42 anti-malaria
medicines purportedly banned by the
European Union (EU) but allegedly circulating
in the country.
The Acting DG, therefore, urged Nigerians to
use the recommended anti-malarial medicine
Artemisin Combination Therapies (ACTs) for
the treatment of malaria, which is in line with
the guidelines according to the WHO and the
Nigeria National Anti-malarial Treatment
Policy.
She, however, noted that with the progress
made in the anti-counterfeiting technology
device (Scratch and Text) put in place by the
agency to monitor fake drugs, the agency
would in some weeks deploy software on
phones to checkmate the status of any
NAFDAC regulated products.
Responding on the use of chloroquine as an
anti-malarial drug, Director, Registration and
Regulation Affairs, NAFDAC, Mrs. Titi Owolabi,
said though the drug is in the market, it does
not serve as anti-malaria as it has its own
functions.
She urged Nigerians to stop using the drug in
the treatment of malaria as it serves another
purpose.

I WIll Not Contest For Presidency Until 10 Million Nigerians Endorse Me – Okorocha Says

ROCHAS Okorocha, Imo State Governor, has
said that he will not contest for presidential
election at any given time unless 10 million
Nigerians endorse him.
Okorocha gave the statement in Owerri, the
Imo State capital, when he addressed youth
delegates from all the geo-political zones in
the country, who paid him a courtesy visit.
He said that, as a child, the north gave him
education and secured his future and was
born of Igbo patronage, raised by the north
and empowered by the west, hence, he
needed nothing more than to be a detribalised
Nigerian.
Okorocha also said that he is in politics not
for personal aggrandisement but for the sheer
glory of it and for the reason that he came to
serve selflessly.
According to him, “I will not run in 2019 if
President Muhammadu Buhari will be running.
Even at that, I will not also run at any given
time unless 10 million Nigerians endorse me.
“May I remind all of you that my joy this
evening has no bounds for the singular fact
that the Hausa, Yoruba, Igbo, Ijaw, northern
minorities, western and eastern minorities,
Muslims and Christians and others can sit
down in a roundtable and speak like members
of one family. If only for this, my mission for
this nation is today achieved.
“I am an Igbo man with Igbo parentage. I was
born and raised in the north. The north gave
me education, guaranteed my childhood, even
when I was not worthy to be called anybody in
this world.”

Abia State Come Tops Nationwide In 2017 WAEC Examination ( See Details)

A report by Scan News indicates that Abia
state recorded the best result in the recently
concluded 2017 WAEC examination.
This is the 3rd year in a row that Abia is
coming first since taking over from Anambra.
Interestingly, Abia is also the number one in
science education in Nigeria based on the
statistics available.
It is also noteworthy that the current governor
of the state, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu, is a pure
scientist.
Similarly, the first governor of the state, Dr
Ogbonnaya Onu, is a scientist alongside other
Abia greats like Late Professor Eni Njoku,
Professor Anya O Anya, Professor Uche
Ikonne and many others.
Since the news filtered into public space,
Abians have been praising the commissioner
of education in the state, Professor Ikechi
Mgbeoji for the feat.
Many say the coming of the commissioner
have revitalized the educational sector in the
state. I
They also used the opportunity to call on the
federal government to establish one more
University in Abia state.
Meanwhile, a group, African Community
Impact and Development Network (Afri-CID)
has called for the suspension of Computer
Based Test (CBT) in JAMB examinations till
further notice, citing some anomalies, which
undermines the plus of the exercise.
The group which staged a protest in Abuja on
Thursday, July 20, claimed that an
investigation it carried out on the 2017
exercise showed that the CBT was a
complete failure given several complains and
difficulties faced by candidates.

US White House Press Secretary , Sean Spicer Resigns ( Details )

The White House press secretary, Sean Spicer
resigned on Friday.
This is considered as a silent protest to
President Donald Trump’s appointment of
Anthony Scaramucci as his new
communications director.
His sudden resignation comes on the heels of
mounting pressure on Trump from a special
investigation into Russia’s meddling in the
2016 US presidential elections.
According to sources, Trump asked Spicer not
to resign, but he opposed him saying,
however, that that he believed the
appointment was a major mistake.
Scaramucci, who founded the global
investment firm SkyBridge Capital and is a
Fox News Channel contributor.
He is known for his spirited on-air defense of
Mr. Trump, but he also enjoys good
relationships with journalists from an array of
outlets, including those the president has
labeled “fake news.”