Classed as one of the most debated African movie, Chimamanda Adichie’s world class movie Half of a Yellow Sun which is an adaptation of her novel,has generated approximately N280,000,000 from its cinema release, online views, TV sales rights etc
Oh mehn Mulla na CASH….lolz
Hilarious! A four-year-old boy landed his dad in trouble after he designed dad’s passport with his artistic skills. The little boy did justice to his dad’s passport during a recent family trip to South Korea, where he took to the back page of his dad’s Chinese passport with a black pen and drew some really nice pictures of people, animals, and also added nice hair to his dad’s face.
Trouble began when his Dad got stuck in South Korea because of his unrecognisable documentation, and authorities have warned it is likely he won’t be able to travel home with his son, and the rest of his family.
The original picture alongside a plea for help. was posted on social networking site called Weibo by the father, who is known only as Chen.
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In the video you are about to watch, the man who fell to the ground in the presence of many people, received no sympathy from anyone. They walked past him and never offered any assistance because he looked rugged like a poor street guy.
Later on in the video, thesame man changed into a nice suit and tie…pretended as if he was sick and fell to the ground. And the response was incomparable, people quickly ran towards him to help. So could this be how wicked our world is to poor and wretched looking people? Ask youself, why are we always seeking to give to people who already have???
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When I said that Nigerian security agents should undergo psychological tests before being employed, I was damn right. They’re always pictured fighting or beating up people.
This uniform should be a face of respect NOT disgrace!!!
Oh my God! For the first few seconds on the video below, it didn’t just click who I was watching..hehe. This is surely a ‘nun’version of ‘Alicia Keys’
We must rock ooo…whether rain or sunshine…lol. Africans are sure happy people, despite all the stereotyping and economic melt downs, people still find a way to be happy. *SMH*