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I’ve done something shameful, 9ice begs wife



Singer, Abolore Akande, aka 9ice, has implored fans to beg his wife over a cheating scandal now rocking his marriage.

During the week, the Gongo Aso crooner became a topic of discussion on social media when a video of him fondling a lady not his wife surfaced online.

There was another picture showing him naked that went viral same week.

But on Saturday, November 22, 9ice uploaded a video of himself pleading with fans to beg his wife for forgiveness with a caption, “Save a sinking vessel.”

In the video, he said, “I have done something so shameful and terrible, and it is costing me my family. The most important thing to me right now is my family. That 9ice you always see and appreciate, it is because I have a backbone, Olasunkanmi Akande.

“This terrible thing I have done is costing me a whole lot. I apologise for what I have done and I need you guys to help me beg my wife. She is my backbone. That 9ice that you always see, that strives to bring out the best in our culture, it is because I have a backbone. I apologise for my wrongdoings and need you guys to help me beg my wife.

“I have excelled in many other things but one thing I have been failing at is my marriage. I want this marriage to work. Please, help me beg my wife. Save this marriage for me. Thank you so much. God bless you.”

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FG bans money rituals, smoking in Nollywood movies, skits



FG bans money rituals, smoking in Nollywood movies, skits

The Federal Government has prohibited of money rituals, smoking and the glamorization of other vices in Nigerian films and skits.

Executive Director/CEO of the National Film and Video Censors Board (NFVCB), Dr. Shaibu Husseini, announced this on Wednesday.

Husseini made this disclosure at a National Stakeholders Engagement on Smoke-Free Nollywood, held in Enugu.

The event was organised by the NFVCB and Corporate Accountability and Public Participation Africa (CAPPA).

The event brought together movie producers, directors, and actors from across the country, as well as leaders of various guilds and associations in the Nigerian film industry.

The new regulations aim to promote a more responsible and ethical film industry in Nigeria as well as prevent the promotion of harmful and illegal activities through film.

Husseini said that Nigeria was facing an industry emergency requiring bold and ambitious actions from all parents, guardians and stakeholders.

“When my predecessor approached the former Minister of Information, Alhaji Lai Muhammed, on the need to make subsidiary legislation to curtail the display of smoking in Nigerian movies, he saw the need to include money rituals.


“Others included in the regulation are ritual killings and glamorising other crimes in order to further sanitise the film industry.

“Today, I am delighted to announce to you that the Minister of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy, Hannatu Musawa, pursuant to section 65 of the NFVCB Act 2004 has approved the regulation.

“The minister has approved the ‘Prohibition of money ritual, ritual killing, tobacco, tobacco products, nicotine product promotion and glamorisation display in movies, musical videos and skits regulations 2024’.

“We have also forwarded the approved copy to the Federal Ministry of Justice for gazette,” he said.

Husseini said the sensitisation programme was to educate stakeholders on the danger inherent in smoking in Nigerian movies.

According to him, besides the health implications, glamorising smoking in films poses a negative influence on teens and young adults who constitute the largest segment of Nigerian movie viewers.

He said that the board was set to undertake detailed enlightenment programmes in secondary schools, tertiary institutions, local communities, faith groups and other institutions.

“As you all know, the film industry occupies a central position in the entertainment and creative sector, and it is imperative that we continue to place the highest premium on the progress of the film industry.

“The NFVCB supports smoke-free movies and smoke-free Nollywood. And we therefore seek your collaboration to develop creative content that discourages smoking and promotes positive health messages.

“After a series of engagements, the NFVCB in collaboration with the CAPPA decided to do a ‘subsidiary regulation’ to cater for smoking in movies since this aspect was not expressly spelt out in the extant law.

“The NFVCB is well prepared to take leadership in this regard and has planned and begun implementing innovative ways to achieve its mandate,” he said.

NAN reports that it is the duty of the Board to register all film and video outlets across the country and keep a register of such outlets among other functions.

FG bans money rituals, smoking in Nollywood movies, skits

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I’ll never marry a man who can’t afford a cook – BBNaija star Doyin



BNaija star star Doyinsola Anuoluwapo David, popularly known as Doyi

I’ll never marry a man who can’t afford a cook – BBNaija star Doyin

BNaija star star Doyinsola Anuoluwapo David, popularly known as Doyin has caused a buzz online about her marital preferences, particularly concerning the affordability of hiring a cook.

The episode featured Twitter personality Daniel Regha as a guest, who shared his views on the matter.

During their conversation, Daniel Regha emphasized that cooking is an essential skill for everyone.

He argued that while both genders should know how to cook, it is particularly important for a wife to have these skills and pass them on to her children.

Doyin, in response, shared her perspective that she would prefer to have a cook once she gets married.

This prompted Daniel Regha to point out the possibility of marrying someone who might not be able to afford such a luxury.


Doyin responded firmly, stating that she would not consider marrying a man who couldn’t afford a cook.

Netizens Reactions…

@DeewayBoy said: “This girl just dull anyhow”

@pabloLIGHT01 said: “That’s why you won’t marry , you would remain single”

@tinugrills said: “I believe they say these things on purpose”

@McBluetoothCCFR said: “I love how she has accepted that she will remain forever single
It’s so fascinating to watch”

@MissEllieTweets said: “Didn’t she just ask for catering schools in Lagos?

@PACESETTER80674 said: “Chef and Cook Na two different profession, hope she knows??”

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In other news, Big Brother Naija star Doyinsola Anuoluwapo David, popularly known as Doyin, has expressed her disapproval of women relying solely on their spouses for financial stability.

In the latest episode of her podcast, “Doyin’s Corner,” she emphasized the risks of being a full-time housewife without financial autonomy.

Expressing her disapproval, she mentioned that she believes it is not wise for married women to solely rely on their spouses for financial support

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Drake loses $565k after betting on Tyson Fury against Usyk



Aubrey ‘Drake’ Graham

Drake loses $565k after betting on Tyson Fury against Usyk

Multi-Grammy-winning Canadian rapper Aubrey ‘Drake’ Graham has lost $565,000 after betting on Tyson Fury to beat Oleksandr Usyk.

It is yet another big-money gambling loss for the ‘First Person Shooter’ crooner.

Before the fight, Drake revealed on Instagram that he had gambled $565,000 on Fury to win.

If Fury had won, he would have collected just over $1million.

Oleksandr Usyk defeated Tyson Fury in a split decision to become the undisputed Heavyweight champion of the world.


The fight was the first undisputed heavyweight fight in nearly 25 years in Saudi Arabia.

Two judges scored the fight in Usyk’s favour- 115-113 and 114-113 with the other giving it to Fury at 114-113.

The knockdown of Fury in the ninth round proved decisive. He is now a two-weight undisputed world champion.

In round nine, Fury was completely out off his feet and stumbled around the ring a Usyk went in search of the finishing shot.

The referee then called a knockdown, giving Fury a standing count with the Gypsy King slumped in the corner.

Usyk has now added Fury’s WBC title to his own WBA, IBF and WBO belts.

Drake previously lost a six-figure sum after Anthony Joshua’s knockout win over Francis Ngannou, and another $700,000 after Dricus Du Plessis beat Sean Strickland at UFC 297.

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