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🚨 BREAKING NEWS!!! Armed Robbers Attack Actors Odunlade Adekola And Mr. Latin

Two popular Nigerian actors, Bolaji Amusan, popularly called Mr Latin, and Odunlade Adekola were attacked by armed robbers on Saturday night.

The actors were returning from a Glo music show in Ijebu-Ode, when their cars ran into the armed robbers who had laid siege along Ilishan-Sagamu road.

Mr Latin narrated the ordeal to PREMIUM TIMES on Sunday.

“We left Ijebu-Ode after the show and heading to Abeokuta, when at about 7.30 p.m. we ran into the armed robbers already stationed themselves on the road,” he said.

The actor explained that Odunlade was driving ahead of his car when he sighted the road block by the bandits. Odunlade attempted to make a detour, but the bandits rained bullets on the tyres forcing the car to a halt, he explained.

Mr Latin, who drove in his Toyota Camry behind Odunlade’s Toyota Avensis, said he and his colleague, alongside some of their aides, had to abandon their vehicles and run into the bush.

He said they were in the bush for almost two hours, while the bandits ransacked their vehicles, carting away valuables including money and mobile phones.

“We took to our heels as the robbers pursued us with guns. We were in the bush for about two hours, before we later regained freedom after the robbers left the scene,” Mr Latin stated.

He said some vigilante members later came to their rescue and they were taken to Ogun State University Teaching Hospital, Sagamu for medical treatment.

He said the matter has been reported to the police and thanked God for sparing their lives.

Mayorkun Confirmed It That “It’s True, Davido Has N30bn In His Account”

Davido’s signee, Mayorkun has confirmed that his boss didn’t only just brag about having N30Bn in his account, saying indeed he has it or even more.

In his recent chat with Potpourri on how much the Omo Baba Olowo is really worth, he said;

“First, we are our own artistes; we’re doing our own stuff,” he said, correcting the impression that artistes under DMW have been leveraging on the money and affluence of Davido to promote their respective music careers.

“Talking about the money, no be me sing ‘30billion for the account o’, so everybody knows the person that has the money and they know the people who are just trying to be heard. I’ve money of course, I’m making my own money but you can’t compare my money to Davido’s. Davido actually has as much as 30 billion, if not more than that; David is from a very wealthy family so don’t doubt it; we’re just street boys they’re trying to help”, he said.

5 Interesting Things About The Yoruba People

The Yoruba race is more or less a collection of diverse people bound together by language, culture and history. The Yoruba people are a distinguished people and are well-known as the home to one of Africa’s richest cultures. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares 5 interesting things about the Yoruba people.

The Yorubas are Among the Most Urbanized People in Africa

This is because centuries before the arrival of the British colonial administration, most Yoruba people already lived in well-structured urban centers. These centers were organized around powerful city states called ‘Ilu’, which were centered around the residence of the Oba. In other words, before the coming of the British colonial masters, the Yoruba people were already organized under the rule of their Oba.

Yorubas are very Expressive People

This is particularly seen in the way they speak and converse with one another. It is also seen in their colourful festivals and celebrations. From wedding ceremonies, naming ceremonies, housewarming parties and even burials, you cannot deny the rich and ostentatious style and ceremonial nature of the people of the culture.

The Yoruba People are One of the Largest Ethnic Groups in Africa

This is according to the CIA World Factbook Report of 2013. The Yoruba people constitute over 40 million people found in most parts of the world, with the largest concentration in Nigeria.

When a Child is Born in Yorubaland, the Naming Ceremony is Carried Out After 8 Days

Regardless of modernization, the Yoruba people still cling dearly to most of their cultural and traditional practices, and the above traditional practice is one of them. After a period of eight days, a naming ceremony is held for a new born where close relatives are invited.

The Yoruba Language Has Many Dialects

The Yoruba language is a tonal. and is a Niger-Congo language that has the largest number of native speakers. The language has many dialects but most of its speakers are able to understand one another.

This is according to the CIA World Factbook Report of 2013. The Yoruba people constitute over 40 million people found in most parts of the world, with the largest concentration in Nigeria.

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Small Doctor Reveals The Secret Behind His Energetic Performances

PENALTY crooner, Small Doctor is quite the sensation especially on stage for those of us who have seen him deliver LIVE, and with such show-stopping energy.

While many have been in doubt as to his source of strength during live shows considering the general thought is that artistes juice on some substances or even pop pills to boost/enhance their performances in front of an audience, Small Doctor has put to rest these alleges by revealing the secret behind his supercharged madness on stage.

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Doctors Warn Aluminum Foil Can Lead to Deadly Consequences – Stop Using It Right Now

In the early 1900s, the aluminum foil was introduced. And nowadays this item is among the most commonly used kitchen products.

And this product is very flexible; you can use it for wrapping, treating health issues and cooking.

But, why is bad? The nature of the aluminum foil is neurotoxic, which means that it can have adverse effects on the function of your brain and it is also found that it can trigger Alzheimer’s disease.