Saturday, December 14, 2013

2 Men Arrested For Reportedly Raping A Mad Woman In Osun State!!

Two men, Olowokokere Gbenga, 32, and Abdullahi Kabiru, 34, were on Friday arraigned before an Osogbo Magistrates’ Court for allegedly Molesting an insane woman.

The prosecutor, Isiaka Ajadi, told the court that the accused committed the offence on November 23, at about 2 a.m. along Capital Hotel road in Dada Estate, Osogbo. Mr. Ajadi, a police inspector, said that the accused conspired, assaulted and forcefully r*ped the mentally challenged woman before they were caught and arrested by the Police. He said that the offence committed contravened sections 516, 221(2) and 360 of the Criminal Code cap 34, vol.11 Laws of Osun, 2003.

The accused however pleaded not guilty to the offence when the charge was read to them. Counsel to the accused persons, Muslemmiu Nagade, prayed the court to grant bail to her clients in most liberal terms.

The Magistrate, Olusola Aluko, granted the accused bail in the sum of N100, 000 and two sureties each in like sum. Mr. Aluko said that the sureties must reside within the court’s jurisdiction, present evidence of tax payment and two passport photographs as well as attach an affidavit of means.

He then adjourned the case to January 30, 2014 for continuation of hearing.

PHOTOS: D'Banj Dazzles in White Traditional Outfit!!


Eja Nla paid a courtesy visit to his friends, the Okunoren twins at their fashion house today.
Another photo below..

New couple alert: DJ Cuppy Otedola and Asa Asika

DJ Cuppy is the UK-based DJ daughter of Nigerian billionaire businessman, Femi Otedola and Asa Asika is the popular artist manager and CEO of Stargaze, a Talent Management company. According to reliable sources in the know, the 21 year old stunning DJ, who is trying to break into the Nigerian music scene, and Davido's 23 year old former manager are currently dating. The relationship is fairly new and I hear they are really into each other.

They can go on Twitter and deny all they want but y'all know it's true! Happy loving you two! :-)

Friday, December 13, 2013

OUCH! Rihanna's reply to fan who blasted her for flaunting designer gifts on instagram

So Rihanna posted gifts she got from the likes of Donatella Versace and a fan accused her of being insensitive while people are dying.....
There are people out there dying and you taking pics of your good new things help andgive to people who never own a prada bag atleast i'm sure theirs people who would love one rihh.If you love your fans help them too.Its all because of us you making your damn money .What do we get? Nothing 
Trust Riri to lash back saying ...
"My prada shoes that I spent nothing on can't stop anyone from dying .However, the $100,000 i just sent to the philippines will.Now eject reject witcho rachet ass begging for purses FOH"
 The thing is Rihanna gives out a lot of money but doesn't publicize it..
See the exchange below

How I raped a 12yr old teenager to death-34yr old's Shocking confession


 

The Police in Imo State, recently,rounded up the brain behind the death of a 12-year-old girl, Ifunanya Favour Iberi who was declared wanted two months ago by arresting a 34-year-old man identified as Samuel Chukwunyere.The missing little Ifunanya was last seen by members of her family on Sunday, October 13, 2013, when she could not return to their house after her day’s routine activities .
In an interview with Crime Alert, the suspect confessed that he actually lured the innocent victim to his house and raped her to death.
“I forced her. I tried to use her through her private part but my own thing could not enter. I now turned her and she started shouting. I now held her well, well. I don’t want anybody to hear her voice. I now started using her through her anus. In the process of using her through the anus, she now shouted and I now held her back again, using her. In the process of using her, she now gave up. 
 I now asked myself how will I manage to hide the corpse of this girl. I now rock my brain and rock my brain and the shovel that I have there cannot dig the ground. This ground sef na stone ground. I cannot dig it alone. I now searched around my place here and I saw that pit there (pointing to the location of the pit) and I now say let me come and put her inside that pit, so that the place will be enough to hide it. Nobody will know. I now rolled her with some cloths. After12 to one o’clockin the midnight, I now brought her to this place and now throw her inside the pit.”
The CP Kastina said
“His arrest and subsequent interrogation encouraged detectives to move to this place where this very horrendous spectacle was again discovered. It is a clear case of sunset at dawn. She may have gone but her soul is seriously crying for justice and this is what I will surely do,investigations also revealed that “this very suspect is a serial killer, serial rapist and is responsible for the missing and death of many of our young girls, not only in Imo State but in some parts of the country.  I am hoping that pathologists will equally ascertain the real cause of the death of the innocent girl.”

Nollywood Star Mercy Johnson is Glowing in Her New Promo Photos

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Mama Purity is radiating joy.
Nollywood actress Mercy Johnson has some fun and sweet new photos. If you recall, BellaNaija Movies & TV brought you the first look at the actress’ new photo shoot. (click here to read)
Now we can see more.
Check it out!
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Man Killed By Police, 6 Months After Wedding + Wife Is 3 Months Pregnant (Photos)

I feel terrible right now. A friend, Chika, lost her husband  yesterday (11- 12- 13) after he was accidentally shot by police in Port-Harcourt. Read the updated/exclusive story as 
narrated by his childhood friend who was at the scene after the break: 

Good morning, i just want to thank you for publishing this story on your blog but also want to report the accurate account of the ugly incident.
Dunbraye, the deceased was killed by a soldier attached as protection detail to expatriates working for RCC Construction Company who are currently doing the dualization of the Woji/Slaughter road in Port Harcourt city. The soldier is currently being detained by the police at the State CID but his colleagues have been desperately trying to forcefully release him.
I am a childhood friend of Dunbraye and we grew up together in Shell R.A. I was at his house yesterday to see his parents and widow who are both devastated. I was also at the scene of the shooting and the company has been shut down since yesterday to mourn the loss. Please let the true story be told to avoid police reaction. Thank u and keep up the good work.

He got married on the 25th of June 2013 and his wife is three months pregnant! What has the Nigerian police degenerated to? Will the officer ever be able to pay for the harm he has caused these families?
Rest in peace Donbraye! 

Sunday, December 8, 2013

PHOTO:Check Out The Hottest Girls of 2013

#1 Jessica Gomes

Jessica Gomes is an Australian fashion model who has been in every Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue since 2008, and we can see why.

#2 Olga Kurylenko

She caught our eye in 2008's 'Quantum of Solace' and she looked even better in this year's 'Oblivian'. We can only hope the Ukrainian/Russian/French beauty continues to grace the silver screen.

#3 Jennifer Lawrence

J-Law is a force of nature. A talented actress, a natural beauty, a magnetic, unflappable personality, every girl wants to be her friend and every guy wants to be more than her friend. We can't wait for 'American Hustle' to come out.

#4 Zoe Kravitz

Yes, you are looking at Lenny Kravitz' 25-year old daughter, Zoe; now don't you feel old? Her mother is television actress Lisa Bonet (Denise from the 'Cosby Show'). Who knew that two super-attractive and exotic people would have such attractive and exotic offspring?

#5 Dannie Riel

You can thank the internet for this one. Import model Dannie Riel has been taking the webz by storm with her Youtube and Instagram accounts.

#6 Allison Williams

You may know her as 'the hot one' from the HBO show 'Girls', Allison Williams is the daughter of NBC anchor Brian Williams and with the success of 'Girls' 3rd Season, you will probably be seeing a lot more of her in 2014.

#7 Zoe Saldana

The newest 'Star Trek' movie confirmed our suspicion that Zoe Saldana is the hottest person on the planet. In case you were wondering, she is Dominican and Puerto Rican.

#8 Olivia Wilde

Just like everyone else, when we first noticed Olivia Wilde on 'House' we thought she was our little secret. Now she's a huge movie star bombshell, and who can look into those eyes and say that she shouldn't be?

#9 Malin Åkerman

Cool, smart, and hilarious, it's easy to fall in love with Malin Åkerman. We first noticed her in 'Watchmen' but it's her work on the hilarious show 'Children's Hospital' that really makes this Swedish bombshell stand out.

#10 Kate Upton

We couldn't make this list without including Kate, the all-American beauty continues to grace the cover of magazines that without fail go flying off the shelf.

Six Surprising Facts About Nelson Mandela

#1 Rebel

Nelson is the name that Mandela was given by a missionary schoolteacher. His birth/Tribal name is actually Rolihlahla and it means ‘Troublemaker’ or 'Pulling the Branch of the Tree'.

#2 The Black Struggle

In 2010, Mandela's ex-wife Winnie was quoted saying, "Mandela let us down. He agreed to a bad deal for the blacks. Economically, we are still on the outside," in an article by Nadira Naipaul. Though he is praised for getting word out about the struggle for black Africans, some feel the deals he made more than 20 years ago only sold out the struggle. With many pointing out that to date, whites still earn up to six times more than blacks on average.

#3 Honorary Degrees

Nelson Mandela was a lifelong learner, philosopher and advocate of the importance of knowledge and education. He has honorary degrees from more than 50 international universities.


#4 Supporter of the Arts

Nelson Mandela was a huge supporter of the arts. He was willing to meet with artists to encourage them and cheer on their efforts. Some of his notable visits were with Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson and even Beyonce.

#5 Simple Tastes

Though he could have had anything to eat each day, Nelson Mandela’s favorite breakfast was plain porridge with fresh fruit and milk. Hey, he lived to 95 so maybe he was onto something!

#6 Kind to Political Enemies

Mandela was known for some of the controversial people he embraced during heated political times. He refused to denounce connections to Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, who had lent support to Mandela in the past. His statements on the subject have always been to the point, once saying “One of the mistakes the Western world makes is to think that their enemies should be our enemies. We have our own struggle.” He also had connections to Yasser Arafat and Muammar Gaddafi, a fact that many held against him until his death.

LOOL:Farmers abandon food crops for CANNABIS!!

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Most Nigerian farmers now abandon growing food and economic crops for cannabis in a bid to become instant millionaires , the country’s anti-narcotics agency said Saturday.
In a statement, Ahmadu Giade, the chairman of the Nigeria’s National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), said: “It is sad and disturbing that most farmers are now abandoning food and economic crops for cannabis.”
Last year, the NDLEA arrested 8,052 suspected drug traffickers, including 542 women, it said.
The NDLEA boss said that more than 1,400 hectares of land was used last year for cannabis plantation.
“This 1,404.27 hectares of land could have changed the fortunes of our agricultural sector if properly utilised,” he stated.
The agency seized drugs worth 33 billion naira ($208 million/ 152 million euros) last year and prosecuted 1,720 suspects, it stated. It did not say how many suspects the agency convicted.
Among the drugs seized were cannabis, heroin, cocaine, ephedrine, methamphetamine and amphetamine, the NDLEA said.
“We shall continue to dislodge more drug trafficking syndicates because anytime we intercept drug from criminals, we are indirectly saving lives,” Giade said.
Some of the seized drugs — hidden in ear rings, buttons, necklaces, bangles and female belts — came into Lagos from Brazil and Pakistan, he alleged. (AFP)

In death, Mandela pulls a joke on world leaders

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It was a death not foretold but largely expected, leaving in its trail an outpouring  of uncommon tributes from hitherto  known friends, foes, dissidents, antagonists, protagonists and perhaps loners speaking with one voice. But that is one of the many surprising ironies of life, international diplomacy and gesture.
While these could be regarded as the ironic reality of Nelson Mandela’s demise, it vividly  captures the sheer hypocrisy which global leaders use in achieving political objectives.
However, looked at from whichever prism, the uncommon tributes pouring in from global leaders following the  exit of the former South African President  are uncommon and can only come once in life time.
The development appears to have cast a pall on the acclaimed ideology of these leaders, who, before now, were known to have  largely acted and are acting in breach of the ideals that Mandela lived for and represented.
In fact, the striking aspects of Mandela’s political legacy, which are non-violent revolution and peaceful resistance, reconciliation, selfless leadership, do not seem to matter to some  of these leaders.
That is why the tributes are being dismissed in some quarters as coming from those, who are hardly on the same page with Madiba, particularly on issues that relate to global peace.
And these unusual tributes and dirges speak volumes about the matter:
President Assad of Syria, who is currently fighting a revolt against his rule, said Nelson Mandela’s life was an inspiration to freedom fighters and a lesson to tyrants.
If there was any joke regarding the barrage of condolence messages, it is the one sent by Assad of Syria.   For a ruler who has virtually destroyed his own country because he is waging a war against those he termed terrorists, the joke is on him.   Inspiration and lesson!   May be Assad sent out the wrong condolence message.
US. President Barack Obama
“Mandela no longer belongs to us, he belongs to the ages.
“Madiba transformed South Africa and moved all of us,” Obama said. “His journey from a prisoner to a president embodied the promise that human beings — and countries — can change for the better.
“The  day that he was released from prison gave me a sense of what human beings can do when they’re guided by their hopes and not their fears,” Obama further   said. “I cannot fully imagine my own life without the example that Nelson Mandela set, and so long as I live I will do what I can to learn from him.”   Obama’s tribute is understandable.   At least he claims that the man shaped his political career and the American President does not appear to be doing a bad job.
China
A cross-section of  the  Chinese society, from the ruling Communist Party’s leadership cadre to scholars and activists pushing for political change, also mourned the passing of Mandela, triggering debates  and difficult questions. The country’s Vice President, Li Yuanchao, on Friday, went to the South African Embassy in Beijing to mourn the death of the country’s former president.
Li stood in silent tribute in front of a bust of Mandela and signed a book of condolences.
Li said Mandela spent all his life advocating and implementing racial equality and reconciliation. He not only was a hero in the heart of South Africans, but also won global recognition, Li added.
Stressing that Mandela had made great contributions to the establishment and development of friendly cooperation between China and South Africa, Li said his unfortunate death had led Chinese people to lose a close friend.
He expressed deep condolences on behalf of the Chinese government and Chinese people.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said, on Friday, that a Chinese leader will attend the ceremonies arranged by South Africa to mourn the passing of Mandela.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang have sent messages of condolence to South African President Jacob Zuma to express their heartfelt sympathies.
But the question on many lips  remain: Does China or its leaders have anything in common with the ideals of Mandela?
England
Queen Elizabeth II said she was “deeply saddened” to learn of Mr Mandela’s death, describing him as one of the towering figures of the 20th century who inspired young and old with his fight for equality.   Meanwhile, she was on the throne while the apartheid regime got endorsements from the Crown for decades.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron: “One of the brightest lights of our world has gone out”
Pope Francis
Pope Francis said Mr Mandela had forged “a new South Africa built on the firm foundations of non-violence, reconciliation and truth”.   A good man speaketh!
Russian President Vladimir Putin said: “Mandela, having gone through the most difficult ordeals, was committed to the end of his days to the ideals of humanism and justice.”
Pray, was Putin addressing the Russian people or was he performing a ritual and a hollow, very hollow one at that.   Would it not have been more honourable if Putin had added something like: “And from this day, I, as the Russian leader, would imbibe and act the ideals of the late sage?”
French President Francois Hollande said Mr Mandela’s message would “continue to inspire fighters for freedom and to give confidence to peoples in the defence of just causes and universal rights”.
Ban Ki-moon: “Let us continue each day to be inspired by Nelson Mandela’s lifelong example”?
Germany’s Angela Merkel said Mr Mandela’s “political legacy of non-violence and the condemnation of all forms of racism” would continue to inspire.
Ghana’s President John Mahama told the BBC Mr Mandela was the greatest African who ever lived.
Senegalese President Macky Sall said “Nelson Mandela was undoubtedly the most influential man of the century”, a “role model for Africans and also for humanity”. He said Mr Mandela gave Africans “pride in being black – a dignity in being a black man”.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta praised him for living “an extraordinary life in a very ordinary way. His legacy encrypts the story of humanity now and tomorrow.” For a man whose case at the International Criminal Court is yet to be resolved it is indeed an irony of “extraordinary” proportions that such a statement came from his office.
President Goodluck Jonathan said Mandela was an “inspiration to the oppressed peoples all over the world” and had made “unparalleled personal sacrifices”.
One of Mandela’s sacrifices was leaving the stage when the ovation was loudest before the setting-in of the law of diminishing returns.   Africa needs leaders who would make more of the sacrifices.
Liberia’s President and Nobel peace prize laureate Ellen Johnston Sirleaf told the BBC that Mr Mandela was a constant inspiration and would never be forgotten: “Nelson Mandela lives on as his life will continue to be the guiding light for those who excel, for those who have suffered for freedom and for peace.”   Even for a female politician, the last election that brought her back to power and the way the politics of it went cannot be said to be a “guiding light for those” who want to excel in the once war-ravaged country.
Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff said Mr Mandela would “guide all those who fight for social justice and for peace in the world”.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro compared the death of Mr Mandela to the passing of the late Venezuelan leader, Hugo Chavez: “Nine months after the departure of our commander, today another giant of the people leaves this world. Madiba you will live forever!” Perish the thought.   On what basis is Maduro comparing Chavez with Mandela?   His election to power was a product of debauchery.
Cuban leader Raul Castro said he was grateful for Mr Mandela’s friendship and steadfast support of the Cuban people.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said: “This is as much India’s loss as South Africa’s. He was a true Gandhian. His life and work will remain a source of eternal inspiration for The United Nations Secreatry Genera, Mr. Ban Ki Moon described him as “ a giant for justice and a down-to-earth human inspiration”.

Iyayi buried as Edo renames school after him

THE  former Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) President,

 Prof. Festus Iyayi, was, yesterday, buried in his country home at 

Ugbegun in Esan Central local government area of Edo State.

In a homily preached by a Catholic priest, Revd Father Peter Omijie, he urged the late lecturer’s family members and associates not to cry over his death  as they have the hope of seeing him again.
”We will on resurrection morning rejoice with him. Leaving our physical body is not the end of our lives,” Omijie said.
He admonished the people to ponder over their spiritual destiny and where they will spend their eternity.
The interment of the late professor of business administration at exactly 10.42 am was preceded by solidarity songs offered by ASUU and civil society members who came from all parts of the country.
The burial ceremony was solemn and devoid of fanfare.
The Chairman of Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and former ASUU President, Prof. Attahiru Jega, who was among the personalities who attended the burial, described Iyayi, as one of the few Nigerians who have tremendous integrity and passion for progress and development of Nigeria as one united country”.
Jega added, “I worked very closely with Festus Iyayi. He was like a brother to me.
”He made tremendous sacrifices for the development of this country and reforms that can help ordinary Nigerians. It is a very sad losses to us especially people who have known him for a long time”.
Other dignitaries at the occasion were Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo State, Senator Abubakar Bagudu who represented the Senate; Professor Abhulimen Anao, former Vice Chancellor, UNIBEN; Chief Medical Director, UBTH, Prof. Michael Ibadin; ASUU President, Dr. Nasir Fagge; Dr. Dipo Fashina, former ASUU President, Odia Ofeimu; Dr. Ogaga Ifowodo; Dr. Osagie Obayuwana and members of the UNIBEN community.
Meanwhile, Edo State government is to immortalize Iyayi.
Speaking at a reception held at the Ugbegun Grammar School, Oshiomhole said the school will be rebuilt and renamed Festus Iyayi Memorial Grammar School. He also said a water scheme will be constructed at Ugbegun and named after Iyayi to remind the people of who he was and what he fought for.

PHOTO:Adele and Boyfriend Simon Konecki Cuddle Up at Private Lady Gaga Concert

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Adele and her boyfriend Simon Konecki made a date night out of Lady Gaga's private gig.
The 25-year-old "Rolling in the Deep" singer and her beau left their 13-month-old son,Angelo, at home to take in the pop star's performance at Annabel's in London Friday night.
It was a rare public appearance for the British songbird, who has been laying low since giving birth to her son Oct. 19, 2012.
Mother Monster hit the stage at the event in a sparkly onesie covered in white fabric, performing a medley of hits from her album Artpop, including "ARTPOP," "Poker Face," "Dope" and "Do What U Want."
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Policewoman Committed Suicide After Texting Husband Message Meant For Her Lover

A policewoman committed suicide after writing a text to a male colleague thanking him for a 'wonderful' date - but accidentally sent it to her husband, an inquest heard.
PC Gail Crocker, 46, met a fellow officer while her husband Peter, 49, was away from their home near St Austell, Cornwall, on a business trip in London.
Later that evening the mother of two typed a message on her mobile saying: 'Thank you for a wonderful evening. Only wish we could do this more often'.

But Mrs Crocker sent it to her husband of 30 years by mistake, an inquest in Truro was told.
He came home and she admitted to having a 'one-off' rendezvous with a male colleague but insisted it had never happened before.
The couple rowed, and the next day Mrs Crocker called in sick from work and drove to a lane two-and-a-half miles away from her home in the village of St Stephen.  She took an overdose and was later found dead in her car.


Mr Crocker, of St Stephen, Cornwall, told the inquest his wife had begged him for forgiveness when he got back from his trip.
He said: 'I got out [of the car] and she was in floods of tears saying she was sorry. She told me it was a one-off and she had never done it before.

Mr Crocker told the hearing they rowed the following morning, saying: 'She went on and on again. My work phone rang. I was so angry I slammed it into the ground.


Gail Crocker, 46, committed suicide after sending a text meant for a man she had dated to her husband
After going to the supermarket to buy a replacement phone, Mr Crocker arrived home later that day to find his wife and her car had gone.
Mr Crocker contacted her sergeant at Bodmin Police Station who told him she had called in sick for her shift that afternoon.
He said: 'I didn't sleep at all. I didn't hear from Gail during the night.'
The following morning David Rendell and his wife, close friends of the Crockers, spotted Mrs Crocker's car in the car park at Lanjeth, a nearby village, and called her husband.

Mr Crocker discovered his wife's body in the boot next to an empty bottle of tablets, which the pathologist said caused her death, and suicide notes written to him and daughters Chloe, 22 and Gemma, 25.
Mrs Crocker, who met her husband in Plymouth when she was 15 and he was 17, first trained as a PCSO in Truro in 2003 and became a police constable in 2007.
Mr Crocker added in his statement: 'She was a people person - she would speak to anyone about anything. Being a PCSO was her perfect job.

'She was my life.  We had plans.  Nothing was worth her taking her life.  I'm lost without her.'
  - Paul Crocker, 49

'She was my life. We had plans. Nothing was worth her taking her life. I'm lost without her.'
The unnamed colleague with whom Mrs Crocker spent the evening was not required to give evidence or named at the inquest.
Returning a verdict of suicide, Coroner for Cornwall Emma Carlyon told the hearing she was satisfied that Mrs Crocker's death resulted from a deliberate act to take her own life.
At the time of her death colleagues paid tribute to the 'excellent' police officer who was based in Truro and later Bodmin.
Sector inspector Robin Hogg said: 'I have known Gail for several years and will always remember her as an excellent officer with a bright, happy and positive disposition.'
'Gail leaves a husband and two daughters who miss her deeply and are very proud of the role she carried out in the community.' 

Source: Dailymail.co.uk 

VIDEO: Jesse Jagz – Bad Girl ft. Wizkid

Here’s the Video to the Massive tune off arguable the best album released by a Nigerian artiste in 2013, Jagz Nation vol 1.  Watch “Bad Girl” by Jesse Jagz featuring StarBoyWizkid below and let us know what you think about Jesse Jagz’s new look? :D

Kanye West says he will soon be greater than Nelson Mandela!!

Kanye needs to take a chill pill sha.This is getting serious .In an interview with WGCI, here is what he said

"I am the next Nelson Mandela,"I'm only 36 years old, and when I look at everything I've accomplished, it's the only comparison that makes any sense. By the time I'm 95, I'm going to be a bigger hero than he ever was. "Nelson Mandela did a lot of good work, don't get me wrong. But I think I'm on track to do something even bigger. I liberate minds with my music. That's more important than liberating a few people from apartheid or whatever. "Not to say Mandela wasn't for real. I have mad respect. I just think we need to keep things in perspective here. Anyone can be replaced. And I think I'm well on my way towards being the next great black leader. I'm already worshiped around the world. And there's more to come."

PHOTO:Stylish couple: Joseph and Adaeze Yobo

When a beauty queen meets a footballer, expect too much hotness. They are not just a good looking couple, they are very stylish. See more photos of the happy fashionista couple after the cut...


 

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