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‘Chioma and I Didn’t Deserve to Lose Our Son’ Davido Breaks Silence

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Davido has broken the silence about the death of Ifeanyi, his son with Chioma Rowland.

Ifeanyi died on October 30. He was said to have drowned in a pool.

In an interview with CNN African Voices, the Afrobeat star said Ifeanyi’s death was a loss he and his wife shouldn’t bear.

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The singer said he had finished his latest album before his son’s demise — which made him take a step back.

Davido said the support he got from people across the world was what “helped me stand up again.”

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“One thing that has helped was the support from everybody. Everybody knows that Chioma and I didn’t deserve that. If anybody in the world kind of deserves it, it shouldn’t be us,” he said.

“Personally the support I got from people was one of the things that helped me stand up again. This has shown me that I was born to do music.

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“I remember I couldn’t open my Instagram for like three weeks. One day, I just checked it and I saw messages from every kind of person in the world. From politicians to sportsmen. That was one thing that made me strong enough. Get back in the studio and do what I love.

“I had to calm myself down. Take a step back. This situation can break anybody. I don’t care how talented you are.

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“We didn’t come to make this album because we were sad. Obviously, it was a tragic situation, but you know I still have to like be strong for everybody not only my wife, my family, my dad, and my son that is watching us.

“I know that at the end of the day, people would want David to be on stage again. Eventually, people would want me to make the thousands of people happy that I do on a daily. I had to calm myself down. Take a step back.”

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Actor Damilola Ogunsi – Why I’m Qualified For My Role In Anikulapo

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Nollywood actor Damilola Ogunsi has corrected a viewer of ‘Anikulapo: Rise of the Spectre’ who referred to him as white.

The albino actor played the role of an angel in the recently released series by film-maker Kunle Afolayan.

However, the decision to use Ogunsi as an angel did not go down well with a viewer with the X handle Ohjay1 who faults it.

Sharing a clip from a scene from the series where the protagonist, Saro (played by Kunle Remi) met an angel (played by Damilola Ogunsi) at the gates of heaven, wrote, “This thing has to stop, why use white as angel inside black movie #Anikulapo.”

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Reacting, the albino actor said it feels good for him not to be recognised.

He, however, said he is “blacker” than anyone in the scene.

Reposting the viewer’s tweet, Ogunsi wrote, “Feels good not to be recognized.

“I’m sure I’m ‘blacker’ than anyone in that scene.”

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How Motherhood Shaped My Career – Actress Bisola Aiyeola

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Popular Nigerian actress Bisola Aiyeola has disclosed that she stopped taking some acting roles when she became a mother.

The Reality TV star, who is a single mother of one said she is always conscious of the acting roles she accepts in the movie industry because of her child.

“I have a growing child and sometimes some of the roles you take can affect her positively or negatively. Especially because she is growing… You have other children around her who have different thoughts on what their parents do and so I have to be careful with some stories because I have to think that, in the long run, would it be a good look for my child?” The actress asked.

The actress said her trajectory has been one of patience and putting her daughter first, no matter what.

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She said, unknown to many, that she has been in the industry for years, even before going on the Big Brother Naija reality show in 2017.

She noted that her passion has been her driving force.

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Cook-a-thon Attempt: Failatu Starts Her Guinness World Record Longest Cooking Marathon In Tamale

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As the world welcomes the new year 2024, Abdul-Razak Failatu has started her attempt to set a Guinness World Record (GWR) of the longest cooking marathon.

This is coming days after Afua Asantewaa Owusu Aduonum’s sing-a-thon world record attempt officially ended after six days.

Failatu Abdul-Razak started her attempt on the eve on the New Year – 2024 in Tamale in the Northern Region of Ghana.

She is attempting to break the current Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon.

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She is aiming to clock for 120-hours.

She is working from the Modern City Hotel in Tamale.

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