Showing posts from October 20, 2014

North West blowing Kisses to paparazzi


Catherine and William's second child due in April

According to CNN, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's second baby is due in April, Britain's royal family announced Monday.

While the public now know when Prince George will have a sibling, the gender of Prince William and Catherine's second baby remains a secret.

"Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted to confirm they are expecting a baby in April 2015," a statement on the website of the Prince of Wales said.
As during her first pregnancy, Catherine continues to suffer from hyperemesis gravidarum, the palace said. The condition involves nausea and vomiting more severe than the typical morning sickness many women suffer during early pregnancy.

Catherine's condition meant she was forced to cancel some public engagements and led to the couple announcing her pregnancy September 8 before the usual 12-week milestone. The palace said Monday that her condition had improved.

William and Catherine's first child, Prince George, was …

Nigeria is officially free of Ebola, the World Health Organization announces.

Nigeria was declared Ebola-free Monday, following an announcement that Senegal is now rid of the virus.

Nigeria was thrust in the Ebola spotlight in July after an infected air traveler introduced the virus to the capital city of Lagos. The case spurred fears that the disease would spread across the city of 21 million and throughout Africa's most populous country.

But in the end, Nigeria confirmed 19 Ebola cases, including seven deaths.

The World Health Organization said an aggressive government response and effective contact tracing helped keep the virus in check.

"This is a spectacular success story that shows that Ebola can be contained," WHO said Monday.
"Such a story can help the many other developing countries that are deeply worried by the prospect of an imported Ebola case," WHO said. "Many wealthy countries, with outstanding health systems, may have something to learn as well."

Nigerian health officials reached 100% of known contacts in Lagos …

Honor for Stone Fox Bride 2015

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L.C Bridal: Pamella Roland Fall 2015

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#BigBrotherHotshots: Nigeria’s Lilian, Kenya’s Sabina & Uganda’s Esther Evicted

Three pretty female housemates have been kicked out of Big Brother “Hotshots” house.

The second eviction show, saw the untimely exit of our Nigerian housemate Lillian despite her controversial twerking. As IK said, this is the part of the evening i like least but it is inevitable.

Lillian was the first to be called out, to the surprise of fellow countrymate Tayo. She revealed onstage that she was shocked to be booted out, but treated the audience to a freestyle rap and some twerking.

Esther from Ugandam the second housemate to be evicted tonight, simply walked away without a performance.

Not satisfied, Big Brother called out Sabina from Uganda as the fifth woman to be evicted from Big Brother Hotshots after initially being told she’s saved.

I wonder if Big Brother is planning to have only guys in the house. Five Ladies evicted already.

After 8 Kids, Stevie Wonder is Expecting Triplets with Fiancée at age 64

64-year-old music legend Stevie Wonder is reportedly expecting triplets with his fiancée Tomeeka Robyn Bracy.

The legendary singer is already a dad of seven from past marriages and relationships, and allegedly became a father again last year when Tomeeka secretly gave birth.

According to the National Enquirer, Stevie Wonder, who has eight children as of now, is looking forward to having his 11th child with Bracy.

We guess congratulations are in order to Stevie Wonder, who is currently preparing for a nationwide tour.

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Vera Wang Bride Fall 2015 Collection

Very lovely Bridal Gowns Photo Source: Vera Unveiled

Ebola: Liberia’s President Pens Heartfelt Letter to the World

In the midst of the Ebola outbreak currently plaguing Liberia, the country’s president, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has written a moving letter to the world, imploring communities of the world to join forces to fight against the deadly disease.

The Independent reports that the letter was read over the radio and transmitted worldwide:

Dear World,
In just over six months, Ebola has managed to bring my country to a standstill. We have lost over 2,000 Liberians. Some are children struck down in the prime of their youth. Some were fathers, mothers, brothers or best friends. Many were brave health workers that risked their lives to save others, or simply offer victims comfort in their final moments…

There is no coincidence Ebola has taken hold in three fragile states – Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea – all battling to overcome the effects of interconnected wars. In Liberia, our civil war ended only eleven years ago. It destroyed our public infrastructure, crushed our economy and led to an exodu…

Ebola: Liberia’s President Pens Heartfelt Letter to the World

According to ThisDay, Boko Haram attacked Borno and Adamawa between Friday and Saturday.

An unnamed source told reporters “just as we have started celebrating a ceasefire, we got news that these terrorists have attacked Borno again, giving us an indication that there was no such agreement or, perhaps, they are more than a terror group.

The regions attacked are Maikadiri in Abadam Local Government Area, in northern Borno State, and Sina and Grata villages in Michika Local Government Area in Adamawa State.

An undisclosed number of people were killed in the attacks. Many are feared dead.

Source: ThisDay

Ebola: British Nurse who Survived Returns to Sierra Leone

William Pooley, the 29-year-old health worker who was the first Briton to contract Ebola in Sierra Leone, has returned to the country as he promised he would.

Pooley told BBC that he returned to Sierra Leone because he felt there was a great emergency in the country, and felt an urgent need to help out.

He will resume work today – Monday, at the isolation unit at Connaught Hospital in Freetown, Sierra Leone, where he will train staff and set up new isolation units.

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Husband beats 4-months pregnant wife to death

Tragedy struck at the weekend in Akpawfu village in Nkanu-East Local Government Area of Enugu state when Ndidi Ozoemena Nwankwo was allegedly beaten to death by her husband, Ozoemena Nwankwo at about 10.05PM of October 17.

Operatives of the Enugu State Police Command has launched an investigation into the heinous crime describing the suspect as an alleged serial wife beater.
According to a statement released to newsmen by Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, Mr. Ebere Amaraizu, DSP, he said:” Close family source informed the command that the suspect had been using his wife as punching bag.

“The suspects wife is four months pregnant. Due to the beating she got from the husband on that fateful day which inflicted injuries on her right leg and on her vital organs, she was rushed to hospital.

“She was unconscious at the nearby hospital were she was rush to and the doctors on duty confirmed her dead. The reason for the beating is yet-to-ascertained. The suspect, Ozemena Nwankwo has been…

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