Nigerian lady allegedly refuses to save the life of another person after Nigerians contributed N6m to save her child who needed N100k for treatment

A Twitter user has called out a lady who refused to save the life another person after Nigerians contributed N6m to save her own child who needed N100k for treatment. 

According to @bimbo_cash, the lady insisted that she has used the money contributed to save the life of her baby to buy a land and car, when they reached out to her to help save the life of another woman who needed to undergo a surgery. 

She tweeted; 

You needed help for your baby who had a home accident . Fortunately, she got more than enough . You got 6M naira whereas 100,000 naira was all you needed . The baby is fine . They pleaded with you to help another very sick woman from the money raised .You refused. What is this ?

Even if it’s just 50k , help this woman . You insisted you have bought a car and a land immediately the money raised was sent to you . I don’t know what to call this . This is just sad to hear . You didn’t even save for the baby’s future

The sick woman was discharged from the hospital due to lack of fund for her surgery. I still called you to beg you to help this woman with anything you can part with . Give back to humanity , no matter how small . I understand that the money is for the baby and raised for him

It is just morally right to give back any little you can and then open account for your baby but no , you bought car and land and you are saying the money is finished money raised from the public . I’m so sad

She said it’s God that favored her and the money is for her baby . She’s right though, that’s what she used to silence me o. It’s because the person that did fundraising was transparent and kind enough to transfer all the fund to her after leaving the hospital na

She’s adamant . Even her husband fought to share from it and was given 1M . How on Earth you finish 6M in one month? Money she wasn’t expecting before now


10 most surprising high-fibre foods

Skipping out on a daily dose of fibre often leads to constipation, which can make going to the bathroom painful and uncomfortable.

Fibre is something the body needs but never actually digests.

Types of Fibre

It comes in two varieties, soluble and insoluble, and most plant-based foods contain a mixture of the two.

Soluble fibre turns to gel in the stomach and slows digestion, which helps lower cholesterol and blood glucose. Insoluble fibre, on the other hand, remains unchanged all the way to the colon, making waste heavier and softer. Regardless of these differences, neither type of fibre is ever absorbed into the body.

Eating too little fibre can make it tough to control blood sugar and appetite because fibre regulates the speed of digestion and contributes to satiety.

Below are most surprising high-fibre foods.

1. Split Peas


A staple in Indian cooking, split peas forms a terrific, protein-rich base for soups, stews, and dhals. It’s healthy, satisfying, and super filling.

2. Lentils


Lentils take less time to cook and are more versatile than many other legumes. Take advantage of their slightly meatier taste and turn them into a juicy meal.

3. Black Beans


Fibre: 15 grams per cup, cooked.

Black bean is also loaded with complex carbs and protein and is a perfect post-workout meal.

4. Avocados


Few foods deserve the title of “superfood” more than the avocado, which is jam-packed with vitamins, fibre, and healthy fats.

Try mixing it in your salads to add some creamy goodness.

5. Barley


Barley is a chewy, nutritious grain that contains more fibre than oatmeal and brown rice. It can be used in soup, salad, or tea.

6. Apples


Add fibre to the list of ways that an apple a day could keep the doctor away. This fruit is an inexpensive and easily available source of fibre.

7. Carrots


Along with being a great source of betacarotene, carrots are a source of fibre, a 100-gram serving of raw baby carrots has 2.9 grams of fibre, and a half cup of cooked carrots has 2.3 grams.

8. Legumes

Many global cuisines are rich in legumes, and for good reason: they’re a great fibre source and also provide a vegetarian source of protein.

For example, quick-cooking red lentils have 4 grams of fibre per half-cup serving, before cooking.

9. Spinach

Throw a handful of spinach in your smoothies, food or snacks to get some extra fibre, along with an iron boost.

10. Oats

Oats, a popular pantry staple, are a cheap and simple way to boost your fibre intake.

Whether you choose the quick-cooking variety, rolled oats or steel cut, they make a satisfying breakfast, they’re economical and are 100 percent whole grain.


3 ways to treat acne with onions for flawless skin

Onion juice can be applied on your skin to fade age spots, reduce blemishes, and improve your skin tone.

Onions have many health benefits because of the antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory qualities of this herb fight against infections and reduce redness and inflammation.

It can treat a number of ailments like upset stomach, cough, headache, rheumatoid arthritis, and so on. Onions also have beautiful benefits such as preventing acne, fade age spots and blemishes.

Onion Juice and Oatmeal Mask

Peel a medium sized onion and blend to paste. Cook some oatmeal in water for about 20 minutes and leave it for 1o minutes.

Add the onion paste in it, along with a little honey. Spread this mask on your face and leave on for about 10 minutes. Rinse it off with lukewarm water.

Onion and Cucumber Mask

Whisk an egg yolk and mix one tablespoon of olive oil and two tablespoons each of onion juice and cucumber juice in it. Rub it on your skin and leave on for 15 minutes before washing it off with lukewarm water.about:blank

Onion, Carrot and Egg Mask

Beat an egg yolk, and add one tablespoon each of onion juice, carrot juice, and olive oil in it. Massage this mixture onto your skin and let it sit for about 20 minutes before washing it off. Apply it at least once a week to get rid of acne and enhance skin elasticity to avoid premature aging.

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Kanye West announces 2020 presidential bid and Elon Musk endorses him

Kanye West has announced his plans to run for president in 2020.

The 43-year-old Billionaire rapper made the announcement on Saturday night, July 4, via his official Twitter account. 

He wrote: “We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our vision and building our future. I am running for president of the United States! #2020VISION.”

The announcement was endorsed by Tesla and SpaceX CEO, Elon Musk who tweeted: “You have my full support!”

Recall that at the MTV VMAs in 2015, West first announced that he would be running for president in 2020.  “As you probably could have guessed by this moment, in 2020, I have decided to run for president,” he said. 

Last November, during a speech at the Fast Company Innovation Festival, he announced again he would be running in 2024. When the audience laughed at his announcement, West replied, “What y’all laughing at? We would create so many jobs! I’m not going to run, I’m going to walk.”

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Nigerian man wrestles with health officials trying to evacuate him to an isolation center (video)


A video showing a Nigerian man wrestling with health officials trying to evacuate him to an Isolation center for treatment has gone viral.


The video shows the man resisting attempts by the health officials to evacuate him. The video has since gone viral but the place where it happened was not stated.

Watch video below.


How To Spend 48 Hours In Enugu

Enugu is a cool city with a lot of tourist attractions. It has a blend of an ancient city and convenience of a modern city that charms visitors.
The tallest building in Enugu is the 6-storey African Continental Bank (ACB) tower and the 7-storey Hotel Presidential building; all located in the Central Business District of Enugu. The Michael Okpara square found in the middle of Enugu, has the Enugu State Government House, House of Assembly and Judiciary Complex all located near the square.

Day 1: Eat Igbo delicacies:

Okpa, Isiewu, Abacha, fiofio, akpu/fufu, Ugba, pepper soup and Nkwobi, akpu, banga soup, oha soup, nkwobi and ukwa are common delicacies popularly sold in restaurants in Enugu.
National Museum of Unity was established at the end of the civil war to stimulate unity. Military artefacts and relics from the Stone Age through the post-colonial period are housed in the museum. It opens weekdays from 9: 4:00pm.a4:00 pm.
Awhum Waterfall and cave: The cave is a breath-taking scenery with its waters believed to have healing and curative effects.
Ngwo Caves, waterfall, and Pine Forest has several caves and waterfalls. The Ngwo cave takes you through the trees of the Pristine Ngwo Pine forest.

Day 2: Udi Hills:

The site of the first coal mine in Enugu. Opened in 1915 before it was replaced in 1917 by Iva Valley mine. The old tunnels for conveying the coals outside the hill is still present. Visitors should tour the hills and learn about the history of Enugu.

Milken Hills: It offers a beautiful standpoint to view Enugu metropolis, especially at dawn and dusk. Relics of coal mines and its beautiful tunnels are under the hills. The hills are good for mountaineering.

The Ani Ozalla Lake is located at Ozalla in Enugu. Sacrifices are offered to the crocodiles in the Lake, as they are believed to be goddesses.

Mmanwu Festival: This masquerade festival holds yearly at the Nnamdi Azikiwe stadium in November. So, go to the stadium to enjoy the colourful events to honour the ancestral spirits. There are several masquerades that will be displaying an array of beautiful garbs such as Ojionu, the Enyi Mmanwu, Mmanwu Ugo and Ijele, the King of masquerades.


Enugu: 12 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Enugu

Enugu, nicknamed the “coal city” is the capital of Enugu state in South-Eastern Nigeria. The city is popular for its cuisine, robust industries and of course, the local palm wine. Despite this, there’s a lot many people don’t know about Enugu. But of course, it’s never too late to learn.

1. The Meaning of Enugu

The name Enugu derived from two Igbo words, “Énú Ụ́gwụ́” means “top of the hill or mountain”. The name obviously denotes the city’s geography naturally decorated with rolling hills and valleys. The city was named after “Enugu Ngwo” under which coal was discovered. Enugu inhabited majorly by the Nike subgroup of the Igbo people, “ndi Nike” in the Igbo language means “those with strength or power”.

2. How did Enugu Become “The Coal City”

The Europeans commissioned Albert Ernest Kitson to lead an exploration in 1903 to find mineral resources in the area. In 1909 Coal was discovered in Enugu at the Udi Hills and this led to the construction of the Eastern Railway to transport coal to the port at Port Harcourt.


Enugu was then developed by the Europeans to become one of the few West African cities with a European touch. Enugu was declared the capital of the Eastern Region after Nigeria’s independence in 1960 having previously served as the administrative capital of the same region from 1938 till independence.

3. Enugu Was Briefly the Capital City of A Country

The city also served as the “capital of Igboland” known as the Republic of Biafra in 1967. The Biafran capital was moved to Umuahia after the Nigerian Armed forces captured Enugu. In 1991, the old Anambra state was divided into two to create Enugu and Anambra State. Enugu remained the capital of the new Enugu State created by Ibrahim Babangida’s military regime.

4. The Best Time to Visit

Enugu city has a population of about 1 million people. This is one of the lesser populated metropolises in Nigeria. The city experiences two distinct seasons: the recurring rainy and dry season separated by the dusty Harmattan weather. It has a mean temperature of 26.7°C making it one of the most habitable cities in Nigeria. Travellers to the city are advised to visit this “British Developed City” during the dry season after the rains have subsided.

5. Visit the South-Eastern Capital of Nollywood Movies

The Urban market and bottling industries are some of the industries in the city. It is also the main filming location for the Nigerian movie industry known as “Nollywood.” Domestic and International flights land at Akanu Ibiam International Airport, and the Enugu Campus of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka is the main educational establishment.

6. It is a City of Festivals

The New Yam Festival which holds to officially present the newly harvested yams to God and ancestors is as old as the Igbo culture. It usually holds between August and October with each community determining a date. Known locally as the “Emume iri ji Ohuru” or “Iwa ji” or “Ife ji oku”, it serves as the most unifying festival in Igboland. New Yam festival has become a major tourist attraction because of other colourful events such as Royal dance, Igba-Eze dance, cultural dance, masquerade parade & dance and musical rendition by various community groups. Enugu State organizes the annual Mmanwu (masquerade) festival at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium in November.

7. How To Get To Enugu

Enugu is accessible by road from all parts of Nigeria. ABC Transport Plc, Young Shall Grow Transport Ltd, Peace Mass Transit, Chisco Transport Ltd and God is Good Motors are some of the road transportation companies commuting passengers daily from various parts of Nigeria to Enugu with an average cost of 4000 Naira.

The major motor parks include Old motor park at Ogbete market, Newmarket or Gariki motor park.
Local airlines with direct flights to Enugu’s Akanu Ibiam International Airport include Medview Airlines, Arik Air and Air Peace.

8. Getting Around In Enugu


The road network has federal roads connecting Enugu to other states of Nigeria while the state roads connect various local governments in the state. The State has a good road network plied by taxis and bikes (okada) making movement around town easy. You can also take a mini-van plying fixed routes through the city or take a taxi drop which is more comfortable but expensive.

9. Things To Do

The top activities recommended for first-time visitors to Enugu include the various festivals held in different communities of the city.
Hospitality is the core value of Enugu city, so visitors should learn to first warmly greet, and ask about the family and health of the indigenes before conducting business.

Eat out to have a feel of the rich Igbo food culture

Enugu is the headquarters of popular Nigerian delicacies like Isiewu, Abacha, fiofio, akpu/fufu, Ugba, pepper soup and Nkwobi. Other foods like African salad, akpu, banga soup, oha soup, nkwobi and ukwa are also served in Enugu.

10. Where To Eat In Enugu

Enugu is famed to be the custodian of the rich Igbo food culture. However, to enjoy the best local delicacies, tourists should try the common and less expensive “mama-puts” and restaurants around the city that serve awesomely prepared foods and soups like Okpa, Isiewu, Abacha, fiofio, akpu/fufu, Ugba, pepper soup, Nkwobi, akpu, banga soup, oha soup, ofe akwu, nkwobi and ukwa. Commence your learning about the Igbo cultural heritage with a taste of these nutrient-rich foods.
Okpa popularly called the “Lion’s food or the king’s meal” is made from Bambara flour gotten from Bambara nut. The best of this delicacy is sold at 9th Mile corner in Ngwo near Enugu.

Abacha also called African salad is a traditional Igbo meal made from cassava, oil bean seeds and spices; it is a major food included in menus for events in Enugu.

Nkwobi is a common pepper soup in an average city beer parlour; served with cow leg, it sells for a minimum of 600 Naira in restaurants and beer parlours. Ofe Akwu is the Igbo version of Banga stew made from palm fruit oil extract. Its unique aroma and taste are brought out by the scented leaf added during cooking. It is eaten with white rice, yam or plantain.×375&×300%2C360x375%2C360x375%2C0x0%2C360x656%2C360x90_as%2C360x788%2C360x375%2C360x375%2C360x375%2C360x375&nras=4&correlator=3716722124766&rume=1&frm=20&pv=1&ga_vid=1214227042.1593768437&ga_sid=1593768437&ga_hid=330822026&ga_fc=0&iag=0&icsg=222834356584444&dssz=57&mdo=0&mso=0&rplot=4&u_tz=60&u_his=1&u_java=0&u_h=800&u_w=360&u_ah=800&u_aw=360&u_cd=24&u_nplug=0&u_nmime=0&adx=0&ady=13720&biw=360&bih=656&scr_x=0&scr_y=8999&eid=21060549%2C21066451%2C21066485%2C42530494%2C42530496%2C42530500%2C42530502&oid=3&psts=AGkb-H-3osYrhFrrG4TRLar33i_zlSIMOWXXdhaKwl_BFWwM17glD_NWk6SBFxL58A%2CAGkb-H8bBrfYmO1Z3woW5qw_pwROI9vqHykdIugonsKurJ-RRD9MJYiAaOX959qn1t29DKki_RBSSQ1d%2CAGkb-H_xupmsU2rroQfitB3Ni4SfPCnUa2z7Fc8IfQxq4RkMK7SQFxZvtJfPYFCP1uk%2CAGkb-H_K7xjjt_zA9SWRHFUiaxEiNto0MO5pK-lwAdoQT0cJ5TGGae7wbl5vDLjK%2CAGkb-H_xWy4VC5WBHVgKocGyfqa2bzo69o0_TMJzFybj5UksX-b8OEjXyr4TZSkFToI%2CAGkb-H_7QxHssC14rC5Fj655s9N6ksyZG0mqzYjv-7XL4Wa8QvQnOoPhsKz2J_h0m3X6%2CAGkb-H-qOS9H5Cu_t-FwQYGqVBaZSuHfmtiWJDgkXa6-Z85AyLEp5GMOumTqo9BjP1k%2CAGkb-H8V1TjnxrkJ5iZYGoK5mgEZn1cTdeXdX7976zbife5vU2n3zkx7dqoZpHe1B9w&pvsid=3818654086330189&pem=365&!8&btvi=9&fsb=1&xpc=SmsWcVi30o&p=https%3A//

Yam and Agbugbu (FioFio) is a favourite meal for both locals and visitors. It is basically yam porridge and a mix of pigeon peas also called Akidi. It is eaten with palm oil onion and pepper sauce.

Restaurants in the city sell these local delicacies, with a few modern restaurants selling intercontinental cuisines. Mr BIGG’s, Emily Restaurant, Chicken Republic, Revelry restaurant, Happy Bytes and Raya Chinese Restaurant are examples of restaurants located along Ogui Road in Enugu.  Along Independence Avenue, are other restaurants such as 9’JA food, De Main Restaurant, Barcelos, and Golden Toast, serving local delicacies. For a more romantic restaurant, visitors should try the Polo Park Mall Food Court inside the Polo Park Shopping mall at Okpara Avenue and Genesis Restaurant at Zik Avenue in Enugu.

11. Tourist Attractions In State

The State is a haven for tourism with its large number of ancient landmarks and tourist attractions. The larger number of these tourist centres have free entry. The city a myriad of caves, waterfalls, springs, hills for mountaineering, forest reserves, monumental archaeological and cultural collections in museums and art galleries for historical and cultural preservation.

Nnamdi Azikiwe International Stadium

This is the home stadium of Enugu Rangers. It has a capacity of 22, 000. The stadium was named after the first President of the Republic of Nigeria, Dr Benjamin Nnamdi Azikwe. Local league matches are played at the stadium every weekend, so visitors can watch a live match in the stadium.

Enugu Golf Club

It has 18 challenging and beautiful holes. The Golf course is open all year round and has become a tourist attraction to guests and residents in Enugu. It also houses a clubhouse and a fully-stocked bar where residents and visitors can drink and relax in a serene environment. The Golf course can be found at Mount Street in Enugu.×375&×300%2C360x375%2C360x375%2C0x0%2C360x656%2C360x90_as%2C360x788%2C360x375%2C360x375%2C360x375%2C360x375%2C360x375&nras=4&correlator=3716722124766&rume=1&frm=20&pv=1&ga_vid=1214227042.1593768437&ga_sid=1593768437&ga_hid=330822026&ga_fc=0&iag=0&icsg=222834356584444&dssz=57&mdo=0&mso=0&rplot=4&u_tz=60&u_his=1&u_java=0&u_h=800&u_w=360&u_ah=800&u_aw=360&u_cd=24&u_nplug=0&u_nmime=0&adx=0&ady=16092&biw=360&bih=656&scr_x=0&scr_y=11125&eid=21060549%2C21066451%2C21066485%2C42530494%2C42530496%2C42530500%2C42530502&oid=3&psts=AGkb-H-3osYrhFrrG4TRLar33i_zlSIMOWXXdhaKwl_BFWwM17glD_NWk6SBFxL58A%2CAGkb-H8bBrfYmO1Z3woW5qw_pwROI9vqHykdIugonsKurJ-RRD9MJYiAaOX959qn1t29DKki_RBSSQ1d%2CAGkb-H_xupmsU2rroQfitB3Ni4SfPCnUa2z7Fc8IfQxq4RkMK7SQFxZvtJfPYFCP1uk%2CAGkb-H_K7xjjt_zA9SWRHFUiaxEiNto0MO5pK-lwAdoQT0cJ5TGGae7wbl5vDLjK%2CAGkb-H_xWy4VC5WBHVgKocGyfqa2bzo69o0_TMJzFybj5UksX-b8OEjXyr4TZSkFToI%2CAGkb-H_7QxHssC14rC5Fj655s9N6ksyZG0mqzYjv-7XL4Wa8QvQnOoPhsKz2J_h0m3X6%2CAGkb-H-qOS9H5Cu_t-FwQYGqVBaZSuHfmtiWJDgkXa6-Z85AyLEp5GMOumTqo9BjP1k%2CAGkb-H8V1TjnxrkJ5iZYGoK5mgEZn1cTdeXdX7976zbife5vU2n3zkx7dqoZpHe1B9w%2CAGkb-H9MyN0BdhueMhNH8CSLCKcidC21APygi2GUdaS_DcjovjqfdWYD9JP-03yWk2A&pvsid=3818654086330189&pem=365&!9&btvi=10&fsb=1&xpc=KWiZm4don5&p=https%3A//

The Magic Garden

This is a park built solely for recreation and relaxation in a soothing atmosphere at the city centre. It houses a swimming pool and restaurants. Friends and family can gather for get-togethers in the garden. The garden occasionally hosts family-themed events and activities.

National Museum of Unity

Also known as Enugu museum, was established after the civil war in 1972 to heal the wounds of the Nigerian Civil war. It aims to promote understanding, peaceful co-existence and love among Nigerians. Visitors can tour the Igbo Gallery, Unity Gallery and the Enugu Coal City Gallery. Go with your phones and gadgets to capture the beautiful sights in the museum.

Polo Park Mall

This mall is situated at Okpara Avenue in Enugu. The mall is important for its array of modern shops like swatch stores, Nike Store, The Hub Store, Fine brothers, HealthPlus, Montaigne Place, Pandora, Puma store and Shoprite. It has a food court where all the major food chains such cold stone creamery, Citi Chef, Golden Chef, KFC etc., sell local and international cuisines. Visitors to the Polo Park Mall can ride the giant Ferris wheel, grab a cup of ice cream, watch a movie in Genesis Deluxe Cinema and visit the bars to unwind and hang out with friends.

Awhum Waterfall and Cave

Awhum waterfall is 30 metres high. It’s cascading waters is believed to possess therapeutic effects and curative powers. Visitors to the waterfall have been healed of all types of illnesses, and visitors are a wonderful time.

The Ugwueme and Udi Hills

The hills rise above hundreds of metres above sea level. Visitors to Enugu can take a hike to these hills for mountaineering and picnics. The first discovery of coals is found under Udi Hills, the first site of coal mining in Nigeria. Visitors to the hill can tour the tunnel beneath as it is now a tourist attraction. The hills are good for mountaineering and landscape admiration.

The Ezeagu Tourist Complex

This complex is the must-be place in Enugu as it has a large number of interesting places to wow all visitors to Enugu. The 3-km cave, cold and warm spring, waterfall and a lake within a 30-minute drive of the city centre makes the Ezeagu tourist complex resplendent with wonders. And with a proper layout and beautiful environment, family, friends and visitors can picnic and swim.

Milken Hills

The hills named after an Enugu colonial administrator gives a perfect panoramic view of Enugu metropolis, most importantly at dawn and dusk. The relics of the coal mines and the beautiful tunnels of the Iva Valley are underneath the hill, hence serving a triple purpose: Mountaineering, picnic, and tourism.

Ngwo Pine Forest, Enugu

Hosted by Milken hill in the Ngwo community, Enugu. This neatly arranged cluster of pine trees marks out a path that leads to the Ngwo cave and waterfall in the same neighbourhood. The leaves of the pine trees form a natural blanket for visitors. The natural beauty and grace of the forest make it such a tranquil environment for picnics, relaxation, and meditation.

12. Where To Stay In City

The City has a large number of affordable and quality accommodations with cheap bars, cafes and restaurants. There are budget-friendly hotels for as low as 3000 Naira per night. Rooms in the hotels have comfy beds, air conditioners, en-suite bathrooms and occasionally swimming pools and gyms.

Dmatel Hotel and Resort situated at Independence Layout, Enugu, offers relaxation and leisure at the outdoor swimming pool surrounded by a beautiful landscape and garden.

Nike Lake Resort/hotel is located on the banks of Lake Nike in Enugu. Made of 216 beautifully furnished rooms and suites. It is a perfect weekend getaway for singles, picnicking friends and even couples. It has breath-taking views in a secure and tranquil environment. The Airport is just a 15-minute drive to the hotel.

Amazon hotel is a budget hotel at Njemanze Street and has charming, spacious, and comfortable rooms in a serene and quiet location ideal for relaxation.

Hotel Toscana offers premium lodging arrangements and luxurious bedding in a fully air-conditioned room. It is an ideal lodging for travellers and residents.

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Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson are reportedly ‘giving their relationship another try’ after spending the lockdown together

Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson have reportedly rekindled their romance after spending the lockdown together with their daughter True.


The reality star and the NBA pro who broke up last year over his cheating scandal with Kylie Jenner’s ex BFF Jordyn Woods are ‘giving their relationship another try,’ a source told People. 


The insider said the couple decided to rekindle their romance after the Keeping Up With The Kardashian star celebrated her 36th birthday last weekend. Tristan, 29, was in attendance, along with Khloé siblings Rob, Kourtney, Kim, Kendall, and Kylie Jenner as well as their mom Kris Jenner. 


A second source tells PEOPLE that Khloé and Tristan “acted like were back together” at her birthday bash.


Ahead of her birthday festivities, Thompson shared a heartfelt tribute to Khloé on Instagram, posting an adorable picture of himself and the reality star with their baby girl.

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‘I’m wise enough now to know, you came into my life to show me just what it means to be an incredible person. I appreciate how I am able to learn from and grow because of you,’ he wrote alongside a photo of himself with Khloe and True.  


‘I thank God for the beautiful and loving woman you are to everyone, especially our daughter True. You deserve the world Koko! True and I love you mama. Happy Birthday @khloekardashian,’ he added.


After the party, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star sparked engagement rumors after she was pictured wearing a massive diamond on her ring finger.


But a source told UsWeekly on Wednesday that they two are ‘not engaged.’ 

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Four dead, others injured as truck suffers brake failure and ran into a car and bikes in Oyo


Four women were killed in Oyo state when a truck rammed into a passenger car and two commercial motorcycles.


The incident happened on Wednesday, July 1, near the popular Aleshinloye Market, Ibadan, Oyo state

Four others sustained serious injuries in the crash.


The truck belongs to a popular dairy company located at Eleyele area of the city. It was gathered that the truck had a brake failure and veered off its lane crushing a Micra car and the motorcycles.

Four dead, others injured as truck suffers brake failure and rams into a car and bikes in Oyo

Confirming the accident, the Oyo State Police Public Relations Officer, SP Gbenga Fadeyi, said four women died instantly while four others were injured.

The police said, “The accident involved a Fan milk truck, a Nissan Micra and 2 motorcycles. Four women died on the spot and four other people got injured.”


Nigerian man recounts his experience with ”drunk” police officers in Lagos

A Nigerian man has taken to his Twitter handle to share his alleged experience with some ”drunk and high” police officers in Lagos.


According to @Mobenjaminmusic, he was stopped by the police officers while on his way home on Tuesday, June 30. He said the officers who accused him of doing ‘street’,” asked him and others that were arrested to pay them N300, 000 before they would be released.


He said he was eventually released after his uncle showed up and gave the officers some money.

Read more of his account below.

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