Nollywood veteran Louisa Nwobodo is dead.

The movie star reportedly passed away on Sunday, September 13, 2020. She was aged 78 years.

The late Nollywood veteran who is renowned for playing witches most of the time or wicked grandmother died in died at St. Mulumbas Catholic Church, New Haven, Enugu after she collapsed inside her car.

Passersby reportedly rushed her to a nearby private hospital where she was confirmed dead.
Her corpse has been deposited at the mortuary pending conclusion of her burial arrangement by her children and family members.

The late actress will be remembered for the role she played in Indemnity which was released in 2006, Never Say Goodbye in 2003 and Made in Cambridge which was shot 2006 among many others.

May she continue to rest on peace, Amen.

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Congratulations on your 60th birthday and retirement big Autie Emilolakan Oshinfisan

May God bless you on your birthday, retirement and always. Happy birthday  to you ma!

Today I celebrate the life that God has given you, and give thanks to Him for the many blessings you bring to those lives during your tennor as a lecturer.

Happy retirement ma

May the LORD bless you on your birthday and may your day be filled with joy and your year full of many blessings, Amen.

Congratulations on your 60th birthday ma

Best regards

Naomi JP

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Congratulations on your new age Rapheal Firopo Alabi-Ijan.

Dear Rapheal. You are a perfect model of God’s gift to the world. May your day be filled with God’s blessings, love and happiness.

My dear brother, may you never see sorrow in your life.

Age with grace Rapheal

May God’s wonderful and everlasting love always be with you.
May your day be filled with God’s blessings, love and happiness, Amen.

Ropo you are so precious to me and in my heart you will always remain precious. God bless you my darling.

Long life to you Omo Alabi-Ijan

Continue to age gracefully.

Best regards and loads of love- Naomi JP


Ruonaa in Alase Orun, Features the Legendary Artiste ‘Yinka Davies.

Ruonaa is a singer and recording artiste in the Gospel music industry.

She started her musical career as a backup singer for the Legendary Gospel singer ‘Esse Agesse’ who happens to be her Older Sister and other Gospel artistes as well.

While growing up, as a primary school student, she made a beautiful rendition in her school’s Christmas Carol which spurred her teachers into encouraging her to join the church choir. From then on, she launched into her musical career and has been on the forefront of musical bliss; blessing lives with her serenading voice.

She has performed on several platforms both as a lead soloist and a back up artiste.

She has also been an active member of the Youth choir in her church for quite a while.

Having had a strong musical background and based on the mentoring and encouragement of her sister ‘Esse Agesse’ and other gospel artistes, Ruonaa has decided to release her debut single titled ‘Alase Orun’

Alase Orun is translated in English to mean ‘Commander of Heaven’ from the Yoruba language commonly used in the Western part of Nigeria in West Africa.

‘Alase Orun’ is a melodious jazz tune with a blend of soft bass that’ll definitely put you in the mood to worship God.

Alase Orun features the Legendary Artiste ‘Yinka Davies.

CEA Rhythymn presents
Artiste: Ruonaa
Song Title: Alase Orun
Written by: Esse Agesse & by Esther Agesse
Performed by: Ruonaa featuring Yinka Davies
Produced by: Kaypiano.

On Spotify

On YouTube

Download on Google store if you want to bless the artiste


Veteran Yoruba Actor baba Legba is dead.

The Nigerian Abeokuta, Ogun State based actor baba Lagba died early hour of today after brief illness.

His death was announced this morning on social media by a veteran journalist and the publisher of Boseri magazine, Mr. Johnson Akinpelu.

Untill the death of Baba Legba, he was an active member of TAMPAN in Ogun State.
The details of his burial shall be announced by the family.

Late baba Lagba

The late actor was among the old theater practitioners still doing well in thw industry despite advance in age. Late Baba LEgba always took part in the movies produced by Bolaji Amusan Mr.Latin and Segun Ogungbe.

RIP baba Legba.


Money answereth all things. Ugliest man in Uganda marries third wife in grand style.

In yet another prove that love conquers all things, a Ugandan comedian, Godfrey Baguma aka Ssebabi who has been dubbed as the world’s ugliest man, recently got married to his third wife in a grand style.

The bride and groom were joined in holy matrimony and they look so happy in the pictures going viral on social media.

The bride and the groom

Godfrey Baguma, 47, who is believed to suffer from a rare, unknown medical condition, and his second wife Kate Namanda, 30, welcomed a baby girl some years ago.

Baguma won the less-than-favourable title in 2002, after he entered the competition to make money for family.

Before his marriage to Kate, Godfrey had two children with his first wife – but their marriage came to an end when he caught her cheating.

Ssebabi’, is a father of seven. He earned his nick name ‘Ssebabi’ after winning in the ugliest man contest.

He lives in Kyazanga, Lwengo district, and is married to Kate Namande, 28, with whom he has five children and newly married to his third wife.

The groom

All I can see here is love of money and not love, period!


Tested positive to Corona virus- Actress Lola Alao

Nollywood actress, Lola Alao has revealed that she tested positive for coronavirus but has fully recovered from the virus.

Explaining her ordeal in a post on Instagram, Alao said she lost her sense of smell and really felt sick before defeating the virus.

The actress warned people not to ignore the symptoms of virus, declaring that the virus is real and deadly.

She wrote;

I tested positive to COVID-19 but I am fine now. To God be the glory. I was sick to the bone and couldn’t smell anything. I was so scared because I had kids to take care of. You don’t ever want to imagine going into self-isolation and not seeing your loved ones.

I don’t know what you must have heard about COVID-19, but I tell you today that it is way deadlier than you can ever think of. At this critical time when people are beginning to ignore the warnings against this virus, you can make a difference with your family members by being very conscious of the fact that it is still very much around.

There is a thin line between life and death. Please, be nice to everyone around you always. My name is Lola Alao. Stay very safe, my people.

As at press time, Nigeria, according to Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, has 53,727 confirmed cases, 41,314 discharged patients and 1011 deaths in 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).