An 1 1-time world Champion, Bolt remains the fastest man in the world, having set a record of 9.58 seconds over the 100-meter sprint at the Berlin World Championships in 2009, as well as his 200-meter world record of 19.19 seconds.
But his greatest professional accolades are his eight Olympic gold medals —three of which he won at Consecutive Games, he told CNN.
During the BbNaija reunion, Ka3na who had previously denied having sex with praise in the house – tagging what they did under the sheets as ‘aggressivecuddling,’ made a turn around on the show and admitted they had sex, only that it lasted for 5 seconds.
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According to the mother of one, who describes herself as a “Boss Lady’, she invited praise to her bed where they had sex but was disappointed as it only lasted for 5 Seconds. She said in annoyance she had to leave the bed to go outside and ‘chill’ as she was disappointed at Praise performance.
Ka3na further revealed that after Praise left the house, he wanted to prove himself and ask to see her. She said they met at a hotel where they had sex again, which according to her lasted for about 5 seconds. She admitted that she used Praise and can’t see herself being with such a man as he acts like a boy.
Praise on the other hand, said Ka3na just wanted to enjoy ‘15 minutes of fame’ stating that he told her right from time that he wasn’t interested in a relationship with her because he had a woman as at the time they were both in the house. He also said he denied that they had sex when he left the house because Ka3na reached out to him begging him to do so in all his interviews.
Nigerians on social media have being reacting to the drama that played out between Ka3na and Praise, and Bobrisky has joined in the Conversation. The crossdresser took to his Instagram page to shade Ka3na while tagging her ‘razz and classless’, for sleeping with Praise for free on Live TV. He also said he should remove the title ’Boss Lady’ from her social media bio.
The President of Nigeria in an interview on Arise television had declared that the indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) whom he regarded as belonging to the Igbo ethnic are like “a dot in the cycle” . According to him, South-South leaders comprising youths and elders have distanced themselves from any alignment with South-Eastern.
Leaders of thought from the South-South geo-political zone has berated President Buhari over his “dot in the cycle” statement and his assertion that some South-South leaders told him they wouldn’t let Ndigbo access the sea.
Notable South-South leaders such as Col. Tony Nyiam (rtd), Tony Nnamdi and Rear Admiral Geoffrey Yanga (rtd), jointly decried the statement in a virtual conference organized by Njenje media TV titled: “Addressing ‘The dot in the cycle’ in Buhari’s interview, A return to 1966?
Annkio Briggs, popularly called the ‘Amazon of Niger Delta’, in her submission, said it was offensive for the president to refer to a people that have an identity as ‘a dot in the cycle’,
She also said that it doesn’t matter if the Igbo, Ijaw or the Itsekiri are only 10 people or 100,000 people. You don’t refer to them as ‘a dot in the cycle’ . That already shows very clearly the mindset of the person of President Buhari.
On the claim by Buhari that some South-South leaders assured him that they will not align with the Igbo,
first of all I don’t even recall any access or non- access to the sea during the onslaught of the Civil War. “It was the federal government that came through the sea and the creeks. There are millions of elders and millions of youths in the Niger delta, and there are ethnic nationalities in the Niger Delta that make up the South-South.
She also said that those who told him such cannot represent the region and therefore spoke to give him pleasure because he (Buhari) is attempting to divide and rule both South-South and Southeast.
She further said that IPOB and the Igbo people are not the same, affirming that the ties between the Niger Delta and Igbo people remain ever strong.
Mostly it is loss that teaches us about the worth of things… I know the feeling of grief and it feels like fear… Black Sunday, RIP to the kind prophet, a man who gave to those in need. Prophet T.B Joshua.
Is so good to know that many nigerians genuinely love TB Joshua’s kind gesture. Let’s not only say that we appreciate his kind gesture but rather let’s learn form him because God said that the more you give the more you receive.
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