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Mercy Aigbe’s Ex, Lanre Gentry Celebrates His Wife On Her Birthday

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Lanre Gentry, the ex-husband of Nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe is celebrating his wife as she turns a year older.

He shared a video of his wife, Busayo Gentry and showered her with encomium to mark her new age.

He stated that he is honoured to have her as his life partner.

Captioning the video, he wrote; READ FULL STORY HERE>>>CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING>>>

“Happy birthday, my love. You are my Queen, you are my jewel. You are dream fulfilled today. I celebrate my dearly beloved friend and my wife. You are God’s answer to my prayer in you. I see the word of God expressed as you step into a new age today. Every page of your life will be from glory to glory, and your life will witness a tremendous out pouring of the spirit and will be characterised of the spirit with multiplied grace and favour the king of kingdom and head of nations will celebrate the world from your lips everyone who hears your testimony of how God as been faithful and gracious of you rejoice with us am honoured to have you as my wife and partner. I love you, kisses . Happy birthday to the love of my life. @busayo_gentry.”

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Award-Winning Rapper, Malome Vector Is Dead

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Malome Vector, the popular South African rapper, whose real name is Bokang Moleli, has died in a car accident

Vector was reportedly traveling with musical collaborators Lizwi Wokuqala and Puleng Phoofolo when the tragic crash happened in the Free State on Wednesday evening

His former record label, Ambitiouz Entertainment, confirmed the news on Wednesday evening.

“With heavy hearts, we mourn the passing of a shining beacon; the Lion of Lesotho’s sun has set. Our deepest condolences go out to his loved ones and industry peers during this time of profound loss,” the label stated.

The Free State Department of Health reported that three men were declared dead at the scene of an accident on the N1 near the Koppies turn-off close to Kroonstad.

Two other individuals, a man and a woman, were transported to Boitumelo Regional Hospital with injuries.

A source revealed to News24 that Malome Vector was traveling from Gauteng through the Free State to his home country of Lesotho to shoot a music video when the accident occurred around 13:00.

The vehicle he was in collided with a heavy motor vehicle. READ FULL STORY HERE>>>CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING>>>

Among the occupants were his musical collaborators Lizwi Wokuqala and Puleng Phoofolo.

Hillary Mophethe of the Free State Department of Transport indicated that a burst tire might have caused the driver to lose control, but the exact cause of the crash remains under investigation.

A Meteoric Rise

Malome Vector’s journey in the music industry saw a significant boost when he moved to Johannesburg in 2020 and signed with Ambitiouz Entertainment.

The label discovered him through social media and facilitated a meeting in Lesotho, setting the stage for his rapid ascent.

Before gaining prominence in South Africa, Vector was well-known in Lesotho for hits like “Ichu” and “Motho Waka.”

His fame in Mzansi soared when he won a South African Music Award for Best Music Video of the Year in 2021 for a collaboration with Miss Pru and Blaq Diamond.

In 2022, he released his debut album, “Karabo,” featuring artists such as Blaq Diamond, Intaba Yase Dubai, Wave Rhyder, Sjava, Ubuntu Band, and Ntate Stunna. Speaking to City Press about the album, he said, “The album is about my story, my hustle, which includes my family, especially my daughter. It is based on my true story and my answered prayers.”

Earlier this year, Vector released a seven-track EP titled “1964,” featuring Ntate Stunna and Mlindo The Vocalist.

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NERDC Executive Secretary, Junaidu Is Dead

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Junaidu died in the early hours of Thursday, July 25, in Damaturu, Yobe State, where he attended the Joint Consultative Committee on Education (JCCE) program.


Prof. Ismail Junaidu, the Executive Secretary of the National Education Research Development Council (NERDC), is dead.

Junaidu died in the early hours of Thursday, July 25, in Damaturu, Yobe State, where he attended the Joint Consultative Committee on Education (JCCE) program.

Information regarding the cause of his demise, however, was limited at the time of filing this report. READ FULL STORY HERE>>>CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING>>>

Daily Trust, however, quoted a source who wished to remain anonymous, stating that the NERDC chief first collapsed and subsequently passed away.

However, this assertion has been disputed by a representative of NERDC.

“He did not slump, death just happened,” the official NERDC official told journalists.

The remains of Junaidu have been transported to Katsina for burial, which is later on Thursday.

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BREAKING: We’ll Expose Economic Saboteurs In Petroleum Sector

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The Nigerian Senate has made a pledge to expose all the saboteurs in the nation’s petroleum sector and those responsible for the importation of toxic fuel into the country.

The Senate ad-hoc committee constituted to investigate the alleged economic sabotage in the Nigerian Petroleum Industry made this vow on Thursday at a press conference in Abuja.

The chairman of the ad-hoc committee, who is also the Majority Leader of the Senate, Opeyemi Bamidele, read the text of the press conference, flanked by all members of the panel.

According to him, “We are also taking this task seriously to address fundamental issues that pose grave threats to our economic prosperity, fiscal stability, and public health as a federation. READ FULL STORY HERE>>>CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING>>>

“In line with our mandate, we will definitely unravel the roots of economic sabotage in Nigeria’s petroleum industry and make necessary recommendations that will entrench global best practices in the industry and open it up for more investments, especially in the midstream and downstream sectors.

“We are utterly committed to this mandate. We shall also carry out this national assignment without fear or favour.

“We shall be fair and just to all parties with a view to promoting and protecting the strategic national interests of our fatherland.”

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