Married BBNaija star, Tega Dominic has sparked outrage on social media after sharing ‘bedroom’ video of herself on Instagram.
Apparently, the influencer shared the video to partake in Tiwa Savage’s ‘Tales by moonlight’ sxxy video challenge.
However, Nigerians were not pleased with Tega showing off her body on Instagram as they quickly rushed to the comment section of her post to bash her heavily.
See video and reactions below,
Nigeria Singer, Seyi Shay Reveals She Is Now Engaged To Be Married Soon!
Nigeria Singer, Seyi Shay Reveals She Is Now Engaged To Be Married Soon!
During her latest interview with Beat FM, Seyi Shay was spotted wearing an engagement ring and when asked about it, she revealed she just got engaged. The video was shared and publisghed via Youtube on Tuesday, the 18th of January 2022. Seyi Shay released her sophomore album, Big Girl last month, a follow-up to her debut Seyi or Shey released back in 2018. The new album consists of 12 impressive songs and it features the likes of Wande Coal, Yemi Alade, Simi, BackRoad Gee, and a few others. As regards production credit, Kel P, Spiritual-Vibes, Aikore Bruno, PD, Dr Amir, and others made their contributions.
Watch the Video of the Interview held by Beat FM below;
UPDATED: INEC Announces New Dates For 2023 Elections
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), on Saturday, announced new dates for the 2023 elections.
This was announced by the National Chairman of the commission, Professor Mahmood Yakubu at a news conference in Abuja, the Federal capital.
According to him, the Presidential and National Assembly elections will now hold on Saturday, February 25, 2023, while governorship and state houses of assembly elections will hold on March 11, 2023.
Yakubu explained that the new date is to allow for conformity with the provisions of the Electoral laws which stipulates that elections notice be published at least 260 days before the elections.
The INEC boss also said the Electoral guidelines will also be published in due course.
From the adjusted electoral timetable distributed to journalists, all political parties are expected to conduct party primaries and resolve all disputes arising from the primaries between April 4 to June 3, 2022.
The submission of nomination forms by political parties is scheduled as follows:
Presidential and National Assembly: 10th June to 17th June 2022
Governorship and state assemblies: 1st July to 15th July 2022
Find below the full statement by the INEC Boss below…
STATEMENT AT A PRESS CONFERENCE BY THE HONOURABLE CHAIRMAN OF THE INDEPENDENT NATIONAL ELECTORAL COMMISSION (INEC), PROFESSOR MAHMOOD YAKUBU, ON THE RELEASE OF THE TIMETABLE AND SCHEDULE OF ACTlVITIES FOR THE 2023 GENERAL ELECTION HELD AT THE CONFERENCE ROOM, INEC HEADQUARTERS, ABUJA, ON SATURDAY 26TH FEBRUARY 2022
Ladies and Gentlemen of the Press.
1. As you are aware, yesterday, Friday 25th February 2022, the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria signed the Electoral Bill 2022 into law. This is historic being the fourth time since the restoration of democracy in Nigeria in May 1999 that the Electoral Act was repealed and re-enacted. The 1998 – 1999 elections were administered by transitional decrees until the 2001 Electoral Act was passed into law. Then, the Act was repealed and re-enacted as the Electoral Act 2002 which was in turn repealed and re-enacted in 2006, 2010 and now we have the 2022 Electoral Act.
2. You may recall that in 2017, the Commission decided to establish fixed dates for General Elections in Nigeria. This decision was based on our determination to create certainty in the electoral calendar and to enable all stakeholders in the electoral process (the electoral commission, political parties and candidates, security agencies, observers, the media etc.) to prepare adequately for elections. By that decision, Presidential and National Assembly elections shall hold on the third Saturday of the month of February of each General Election year, while Governorship and State Houses of Assembly elections shall follow two weeks later. Consequently, the 2023 General Election was scheduled to commence on 18th February 2023 with the Presidential and National Assembly elections, followed by the Governorship and State Houses of Assembly elections on the 4th of March 2023. However, the Commission could not release the detailed Timetable and Schedule of Activities for the General Election, as it normally would, because of the pending enactment of the Electoral Act 2022. The Bill has now been signed into law.
3. Therefore, the Electoral Act 2022, together with the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 (as amended), form the legal basis for conducting all elections in Nigeria. In particular, the Electoral Act provides strict timelines for the implementation of electoral activities based on the date of the General Election. One of the significant timelines is the publication of Notice of Election not later than 360 days before the day appointed for holding an election which has now lapsed for the 2023 General Election.
4. Consequently, the Commission has decided to adjust the dates of the 2023 General Election to ensure compliance with the provisions of the new law. Accordingly, the Presidential and National Assembly elections will now hold on Saturday 25th February 2023 while the Governorship and State Houses of Assembly elections will hold two weeks later on Saturday 11th March 2023. With this adjustment, the 2023 General Election is now 363 days away.
5. Under the law, there are critical timebound activities from the publication of Notice of Election to the Conduct of Polls which form the Timetable and Schedule of Activities for elections. Some of the critical activities and their dates of implementation are as follows:
i. Publication of Notice of Election – Monday 28th February 2022.
ii. Conduct of party primaries, including the resolution of disputes arising from them – Monday 4th April 2022 to Friday 3rd June 2022.
iii. Submission of nomination forms to INEC via the online portal for Presidential and National Assembly election – 9.00am on Friday 10th June 2022 to 6.00pm on Friday 17th June 2022.
iv. Submission of nomination forms to INEC via the online nomination portal for Governorship and State Assembly elections – 9.00am on Friday 1st July 2022 to 6.00pm on Friday 15th July 2022.
v. Commencement of Campaign by political parties for Presidential and National Assembly election – Wednesday 28th September 2022.
vi. Commencement of Campaign by political parties for Governorship and State Assembly elections – Wednesday 12th October 2022.
vii. Last day of campaign by political parties for Presidential and National Assembly elections – midnight on Thursday 23rd February 2023.
viii. Last day of campaign by political parties for Governorship and State Assembly elections – midnight on Thursday 9th March 2023.
6. The detailed Timetable and Schedule of Activities for the 2023 General Election will be circulated to the media at the end of this briefing. Soft copies will also be uploaded to the Commission’s website and social media platforms immediately. In addition, the Notice of Election will be published in our offices in all the States of the Federation as required by law on Monday 28th February 2022.
7. With the coming into force of the Electoral Act 2022, the Commission will work assiduously to conclude and publish new Regulations and Guidelines for the Conduct of Elections that are consistent with the Act. These Regulations and Guidelines as well as Manuals issued by the Commission are all part of the legal regulatory framework for elections. Their timely publication will enable all stakeholders in the electoral process to become conversant with their provisions as they prepare for the 2023 General Election.
8. On this note, I wish to remind stakeholders, especially the political parties, of their responsibility to adhere strictly to the timelines in this Timetable and Schedule of Activities, as well as all other timelines established by the Commission. It is necessary that all political parties comply with the extant legal framework, ensure proper organisation and management of party primaries and the nomination of qualified candidates in order to prevent unnecessary litigations and rancour.
9. I thank you for attending this conference and God bless.
Reactions as Wizkhalifa announces music collaboration with Wizkid
Popular American rapper, Wizkhalifa has recently announced on his Instagram page that he would be collaborating with sensational award-winning singer, Wizkid in a new hit.
Apparently, wizkid has been mute about the whole thing and hasn’t disclosed to his fans about the collaboration.
This has sparked reactions from netizens who hailed the music superstar:
iambuike wrote: “And na whizkhalifa post am oo , omo wizkid no be your mate”
cmrsoul2 wrote: ” If na your favorite him go don Dey do promo 😂😂😂”
kelvinaimienoho wrote: “U see say na him post wiz oooo say him get song with baba if na Davido now him go Dey post am dey shout up and down 😂😂”
soffyrichforever wrote: “When I say Wizzy you say he’s great 🥺❤️ Machala 🙌🙌🙌🔥”
hissco_dc wrote: “When you’re BIG you’re BIG, my fav DON’T gotta make noise😂😂-#MACHALA🦅❤️”
bq545_ wrote: “I just dey imagine the studio session 😂😂😂😂 Loud go beg for help😂😂😂”
Nigerian lady reveals the number of people she has infected with HIV
A Nigerian lady has revealed the number of people she has infected with HIV after being diagnosed with the disease in 2016.
The disclosure was made in a tweet where another Twitter user revealed how she turned out, 3 years after being infected with the virus.
@NellyNesh19 had disclosed that she was infected with HIV at the age of 21 and is doing fine now she’s 24.
Got infected with HIV at the age of 21 am 24 years now and am doing fine
Reacting to the tweet, a Nigerian Twitter user @the_afropolite revealed that she was infected with the virus by her brother’s best friend in 2016 when she was just 18. She added that since 2017 when she tested positive, she “has made it a mission to give to others what was given to her without a condom”.
The Nigerian Twitter user further claimed that she has infected about 115 guys and 19 girls now, and is still counting.
I got infected by my brother’s best man in 2016 when I was just 18. He was the first & only guy I had sex wit till I turned 20. Since Dec 2017 I tested positive, I made it my mission to give to others what was given to me, without condom. About 115 guys & 19 girls now & counting.
Till then. I don’t mind dying today today. What’s my life worth if, although a graduate, I cannot get a job bcos I’m HIV positive? What’s my life worth if I’ve to depend on men for every penny I make? What’s my life worth, if I have to take ARV drugs regularly for life?
You think you’ve the right to call me cruel? If you had known Ifeanyi, my brother’s wicked friend, you would have known what cruel looks like. Since no Nigerian bank wants to give me, a qualified banker, a job simply bcos I’m positive, then I must continue sharing it to others.
If a guy, girl or so-called lesbian cannot control her sexual urges, I don’t mind giving it to her hundred times over. Easy money for me, pleasure and then a sharing of my pains to others.
He left cut off the relationship after promising me heaven and earth. Depression got to me and I failed some courses in final year. I only managed to make 2.1 later, this was someone who was in very high first class after third year. Now I’ve graduated and can’t even get a job
Rangnick Says He Doesn’t Know If Ronaldo As Happy At Man Utd
Ralf Rangnick admits he does not know if Cristiano Ronaldo is happy at Manchester United as the Portugal star prepares to return from injury against Tottenham on Saturday.
Ronaldo was missing from United’s dismal 4-1 defeat against Manchester City last weekend after suffering a hip problem.
The 37-year-old reportedly flew home to Portugal rather than stay in Manchester to support his team-mates in the derby, sparking renewed speculation that he is unsettled at Old Trafford.
The former Juventus striker, in the first season of his second spell with United, has shown signs of frustration after being dropped or substituted at various times.
He was understood to be underwhelmed by United’s decision to hire Rangnick as an interim boss rather than appoint a permanent successor to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer when the Norwegian was sacked in November.
Asked on Friday whether his star man was unhappy, Rangnick told reporters: “Well, I don’t know — I haven’t asked him if he’s happy at Manchester and at this club.
“For me, it’s important that he’s fit again and that he resumed training yesterday (Thursday). We will see with which formation and with which line-up we are going to play the game tomorrow.”
Ronaldo is United’s top-scorer this season, with 15 goals in all competitions, but he has only netted once in his past 10 games and Rangnick’s team have slipped down to fifth place in the Premier League.
Rangnick refused to clarify whether Ronaldo had gone to Portugal, saying: “It doesn’t make sense to look back on what was happening in the last six or seven days.
“For me, it’s important what is happening today and tomorrow. For me, it doesn’t make sense at all to go through all this again.
“What’s important is that he and Edi (Cavani) are both back in training and they’re both available for tomorrow.”
Rangnick has also struggled to get the best out of Marcus Rashford, who has scored just five goals this season and has fallen behind youngster Anthony Elanga in the United pecking order.
The German challenged the England man, who started on the bench against City despite the absences of Ronaldo and Edinson Cavani, to replicate the form he shows on the training ground in matches.
Marcus is training well, he’s got abundant talent, he’s got almost everything that you need as a modern striker,” he said.
“For him it’s only about transforming the performance of the training sessions into the regular games.”