Check Out The Moment Michelle Obama sings with Missy Elliot

Guys you need to see this fun video of Michelle Obama where she sings with James Corden who was on a White House tour, then the First Lady Michelle Obama spin round the grounds singing Stevie Wonder and Beyonce. Surprise guest Missy Elliott drops in to sing “This Is For My Girls.”


We sure gonna miss this First Family, very down to earth


All Hail The New British Prime Minister – Theresa May, as David Cameron leaves 10 Downing in style

Theresa May is now the new Prime Ministe


She is the 76th and second British Prime minister of the United Kingdom, she is also the 13th Prime minister the Queen of Britain has seen since her life time, all hail Theresa May, seen as a hard liner and a tough politician she is to drive the Brexit negotiations with the European Union .

All the best to her

Veteran Nollywood Actress Bukky Ajayi dies aged 82

Veteran nollywood actress Bukky Ajayi is dead, Bukky died early hours of today 7th July; Mama Bukky Ajayi as she is fondly referred to studied drama at the Institute of Drama, London.

She later worked a while in London before coming to Nigeria where she started a broadcasting career as an announcer, presenter and newscaster at Nigerian Television Authority.

Ajayi was a part of the now rested TV series Village Headmaster. She is seen by many as a living legend of the Nigerian film industry. Despite her advanced age, she was still going on set to movie locations.


She is to be buried today at the Atan cemetery

May her soul rest in peace, Amen


Tompolo writes letter to Mr Buhari, asks President to hear his own side of the story


Former Niger delta militant Chief, Government Ekpemupolo aka Tompolo has written to President of Nigerian Mr. Buhari, Tompolo in his open letter appealed to the President ,that the Nigeria military during one of their raids on his community have taken his symbol of authority as the chief priest of Egbesu Shrine, Oporoza, Gbaramatu Kingdom.


Reports have it that the former Niger Delta militant stated that the incident happened about 31 days ago when soldiers stormed Oporoza in his absence in search for him on allegation that he was behind the bombing of oil facilities in the region.

Tompolo, in a letter to the president, expressed the wish to meet with Buhari saying that the meeting would present him with an opportunity to tell President Buhari “my side of the numerous stories you have been inundated about me.” He wrote: “As I said in my previous publications, the military made away with the symbol of authority of the Gbaramatu people from the Egbesu Shrine, which I am the Chief Priest.

They also made away with other valuables worth several millions of naira from the community.” READ ALSO: Tompolo tells Buhari to stop toying with the Niger Delta “The most annoying one is the purported arrest of 10 young promising men, most of whom are orphans, who are secondary school students sitting for the West African Senior Secondary School Examinations (WASSCE) and other palace staff, and labeled them as members of the Niger Delta Avengers.

“As I write you now, these innocent young promising men are still with your military for no reason. This is truly man’s inhumanity to man in our own country. We are presently being treated like conquered people because of crude oil.

“Mr. President, please kindly direct your army to return the looted items, including the symbol of authority, and also release those innocent young men to continue their academic programme, even though they have missed the WASSCE for this year.


“Mr President, remember, there is no condition that is permanent. I have kept faith in this country. I have contributed in no small measure to the development of this country.

It is my prayer that God Almighty should preserve me and meet you again to tell you my side of the numerous stories you have been inundated about me. “This was how they arrested Chevron Nigeria Limited Staff on routine duty in Kokodiagbene community of Gbaramatu kingdom, and labeled them members of Niger Delta Avengers.

It took spirited effort by leaders of the kingdom and other well meaning Nigerians to convince the military, that the arrested men were not involved in pipeline destruction.

“Mr President, sir, please permit me to quickly recall a similar incident that occurred in May, 2009, when this same military invaded several communities in Gbaramatu kingdom, under the command of late President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua.

Traditional worship centres were desecrated, properties were looted and above all, the multi-billion naira ultra-modern magnificent palace of the Pere of Gbaramatu kingdom was burned down, and his golden crown was stolen by the military.

“As peace loving people, the kingdom approached the courts and demanded compensation for the unlawful invasion and destruction of property, in which the court awarded 99 billion naira in favour of Gbaramatu kingdom.

After seven years of that sad incident, the Federal Government is yet to pay the compensation.

“This incident also led to the declaration of the Presidential Amnesty programme for peace to reign, as the government found out that military action is not the best way to address the Niger Delta question and the rest become a history in the life of those who led that invasion.

I believe Mr President should learn a lesson from the 2009 military invasion and do the needful. “Your Excellency Sir, as they say, wonders shall never end, I am still in a great shock as the only developmental project,

Nigerian Maritime University, Okerenkoko, established by the previous administration in 2014 in the coastal area of the Niger Delta region to meet the yearnings and the aspiration of the people, is yet to commence academic session. Even though all is set for University’s take off.”



COPA America update: Chile defeats Argentina as Messi retires from International Football

Chile’s Alexis Sánchez celebrates after winning the final.

Lionel Messi contemplates his missed penalty in the shoot-out

It was triumph, jubilation and sadness as Chile won the COPA America back to back for the first time ever, while Argentina lost out in a match that saw two red cards in the first half of the game for both sides.

Messi lost a penalty and not only that retired from international football; saying “For me the national team is over. I’ve done all I can. It hurts not to be a champion,”.

Messi, winner of four Champions League titles and eight Spanish La Liga crowns with Barcelona, was also a member of Argentina’s Copa America team that lost to Brazil in 2007.

Congrats to them