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Posting account details is evil – Eucharia Anunobi

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Veteran Nollywood actress, Eucharia Anunobi has criticised those posting account details on social media to solicit funds from fans and friends.

Recall that Davido started the trend few days ago as he posted his account details challenging his friends to send him money.

Some celebrities like Kunle Remi, Mercy Eke, Pere Egbi followed the trend and started posting their account details on social media demanding money.

Eucharia, who seemed unpleased with the trend said those putting up account details are shameless and evil.

In a post on her Instagram page, the 56-year-old actress wrote: “The love of money is said to be evil not money rather what is evil is doing anything shamelessly and negatively to get money

“You are following a trend soliciting for money when that money is not to help the helpless, how gross!

“Putting up your account numbers to get money when you’re not doing anything to help humanity is evil.”

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Ngerians urged to save Fadeyi Oloro’s life

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Coalition for A Better Nigeria has urged citizens to save the life of Ojo Arowosafe, popularly known as Fadeyi Oloro.

The Coordinator, Bamiji Awa, made the appeal on behalf of the ailing Nollywood veteran in a statement on Tuesday.

Awa said the actor was in dire need of generous and urgent support to restore his failing health.

The situation, he explained, was made public after years of Oloro’s health crisis “beyond the control of his immediate family.”

The President-General, Grand Council of Yoruba Youths, disclosed that a series of tests had been conducted.

But efforts to ascertain the nature of the ailment had remained futile.

“Arowosafe had sold all his property while moving from one hospital to another in search of a cure”, Awa added.

 

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Why Wande Coal’s exit hurt me – Don Jazzy reveals

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Popular music executive and Mavin producer, Don Jazzy has given reason he was hurt after Wande Coal left his record label.

Wande Coal left the record label in 2013.

His exit came as a shock to fans of Mo’hits record label, now Mavin.

Don Jazzy, speaking on The Afrobeat Podcast, said Wande coal’s exit from his record label hurt him because he was like a child he raised and then had to let go as an adult after all the training.

According to him, “Wande Coal is a genius and a music vocalist we found when we went for a show in UNILAG.

“Every separation hurts whether amicable or not.

“Wande exit was like when you train a child and then he has to go when he’s an adult.

“It hurts because I had to start building again, friendship and all of that.

“You’ll know Wande’s exit hurt me because I had to tweet about it.”

Don Jazzy, however, apologised to his fans for making such tweet about Wande Coal’s exit.

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Baba Suwe buried in Lagos

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Late veteran Nigerian comic actor, Babatunde Omidina, popularly known as Baba Suwe, has been laid to rest

Baba Suwe who died on Monday after a long battle with an illness was buried in his home in Ikorodu, Lagos.

Born on August 22, 1958, he was married to comedienne Omoladun Omidina, who died in September 2009.

Baba Suwe dominated the Yoruba movie industry for decades, featured in several movies and bagged many awards.

Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State had expressed sadness over the demise of Baba Suwe, whom he said, “lived a fulfilled life”.

The Governor consoled Nollywood for losing “one of its outstanding practitioners in the industry”, adding that Baba Suwe was a bundle of talents, who used his God-given gift to advance the course of mankind.

 

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