A renowned Controversial Nigerian Social Media sensation and crossdresser Bobrisky, who is also known as Idris Okuneye, has been again mocked on Instagram after he/she asked if someone could deliver a particular wig to her.
The crossdresser who posted a photo of a wig on he/her Instagram page showing and asking interests in it, saying he/she needs someone who can deliver some to her ASAP as it will look nice on her.
A fan or probably a troll while reacting to that told Bobrisky that the wig won’t fit her because of her jaws which is making him a laughingstock on social media.
Others only laughed at the comment of the troll or fan and not even what Bobrisky posted whileC her die-hard fans try to slam the troll and defend Bobrisky.
Below is a screenshot from tweeter.
Nigerian Musical Icon Banky W Now A full-time Pastor, Ordained Man Of God
Kemi Filani news report that Banky W, the nice face man has turned to God to be saved and was ordained by Tony Rapu, the head pastor of ‘”This Present House Church” in Lekki, Lagos, source Within Nigeria confirmed.
“Banky W is now a full-time pastor. He was ordained at Tony Rapu’s “This Present House Church” in Lekki, Lagos”.
“I guess his wife influenced his life positively because ever since he married her, she has been making amazing decisions about his life”.
Apparently, he was ordained about a month ago and so far, he is doing very well.
“about a month ago. He is a very good preacher, he is doing well”.
Unbelievable: Most Dancers Don’t Have Health Insurance, Use Drugs –Kaffy
Dancer, Kafayat Shafau-Ameh, aka Kaffy, has said that though she doesn’t compel her children to dance, they are in love with the art form.
In an interview with Saturday Beats, she said, “Yes, my kids are taking interest in dance. I don’t force them to but it’s what they see around.
They love dance because it is what they met in the family. As to whether they would be dancers in future, I don’t have an idea. They may grow out of it but it is one skill they would possess for the rest of their lives.”
Meanwhile, the dancer’s non-governmental organisation, Kreative Arts Foundation for Youths, recently collaborated with other stakeholders in the industry to host a virtual leadership summit.
The programme which was attended by healthcare providers, health management organisations life coaches, dance group leaders and dance artistes discussed improving the welfare of dancers in the country. Kaffy said at the event, “More than 98 per cent of dancers don’t have health insurance and self-awareness. The majority lead a lifestyle of drugs, peer pressure, poor mental wellbeing, and personal irresponsibility. This is the bane of the industry. Until every corporate dance leader is saddled with the responsibility of ensuring that every staff (dancer) has a valid health insurance cover.”
This was even as the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of the Eko Electricity Distribution Company, Adeoye Fadeyibi, donated N500,000 to the initiative. “Nothing confirms commitment than giving. We will give our all to make it work,” he said.
Speaking further, Kaffy maintained that the dance industry was unstructured for a variety of reasons. She added, “The dance industry is largely unstructured for many reasons. Firstly, the low level of entry into the industry is a problem. The art of dance in Africa is appreciated even when one is not a professional. Because of this, many young people don’t go through the proper channels of training. Many dancers operate from the place of talent alone and do not harness the skills or improve in areas they should by going to dance schools. We may not have enough dance academies in the country, but there are (some out there). A lot of young people form groups based on the common interest of dancing.
“In my case, when I started, I thought of the services I wanted to provide. I immediately looked into registering a company and structuring it as one though I was dealing with the challenge of getting people to understand contracts and other issues.”
On what goals she has her eyes set on at 40, the Shafau-Ameh said, “Breaking the (Guinness Book of) world record was not my goal; it was just part of the journey towards where I’m heading to. I’m heading towards creating a Fortune 500 company out of dance and creative services.”
Kogi Deputy Gov. Onoja Fulfill Promised Made To Indigenous Local Egbira Artist, Musampa
Yahaya Idris, Lokoja.
The Deputy Governor of Kogi State, Mr. David Edward Onoja has rewarded a famous indigenous Igbira Musician known as Umar Musa (Musampa) who sang ‘APC KOGI SAI YAHAYA BELLO’ a campaign jingle mostly used during the electioneering period.
The Deputy Governor doled out sum of N250,000 to the musician through the Director General of GYB-CEDO campaign organization in Lokoja Local Government, Hon. Jimoh Fancy.
Presenting the cash on behalf of the Deputy Governor, the campaign DG said the reward was in appreciation of the musician’s good work.
He said the amount was in fulfillment of the promise made to the artist, adding that his talent has, and will continue to earn him patronage from the government.
Fancy enjoined youths in the state to be creative, assuring that the government of Governor Yahaya Bello will continue to encourage local content.
Responding, the artist and recipient Musampa, appreciated the Deputy Governor kind gesture for redeeming his pledge and promised to be loyal to the government of the day.
According to him, he has since been receiving patronage from officials of the New Direction Government, and promised to continue using his talent to promote peace, unity and progress of the state.
He pray God to continue to bless, grant him sound health, long life and prosperity so that he will achieve all he had plan for overall benefits of his people and humanity in general. He said.
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