Environment Minister, Amina Mohammed's beautiful daughter celebrates her on Instagram

Nadine, a filmmaker and daughter of Minister of Environment, Mrs Amina Mohammed took to Instagram

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Environment Minister, Amina Mohammed's beautiful daughter celebrates her on Instagram

Nadine, a filmmaker and daughter of Minister of Environment, Mrs Amina Mohammed took to Instagram to celebrate her mother.

"I thought I lost everything when I lost my mum, then you came and saved me"

Nollywood actress, Yvonne Jegede is the cover girl for the December 2016 issue of Genevieve Magazine.

Thursday, 17 August 2017

Real Madrid Winners Of 2017 Spanish Super Cup

La Liga and European champions Madrid won 2-0 on Wednesday night to complete a 5-1 aggregate victory to emerge as the winner of the Spanish Super Cup.

Marco Asensio and Karim Benzema scored brilliant first-half goals as Real Madrid beat Barcelona 2-0 on the night to register a resounding 5-1 aggregate Supercopa win.
Zinedine Zidane’s side, comfortable 3-1 first-leg winners on Sunday, put Cristiano Ronaldo’s five-game ban behind them by out-playing their arch-rivals again as moments of magic from Asensio and Benzema put them out of sight.
Asensio’s superb, swerving early strike set the tone at the Bernabeu and Benzema added a second six minutes before half-time to leave a dispirited Barca staring at a heavy defeat.

Ooni Of Ife Celebrates Goddess Of Love, Osun (See Photos)

The Oonirisa of Ile Ife, Oba Enitan Adeyeye Ogunwusi, yesterday, August 15th, celebrated the goddess of love and sweet waters, Osun.

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Monday, 14 August 2017

Popular Comedian, Bash Emerge Winner For Comedian Of The Year Award

The recently concluded City People Music Awards 2017 which held two Sundays ago at the prestigious 10 Degrees Event Centre in Oregun Lagos saw a lot of celebrities gather to get
honoured and celebrated. One of the categories that was keenly contested was the Comedian of
The Year category which saw the popular comedian, Bash emerge as the winner.

The comedian visited the City People Headquarters last week where he had an interview with City People Publisher, SEYE KEHINDE, and his Reporters DANIJI EMMANUEL and FEMI FABUNMI where he spoke about his comedy career and how many didn’t know he started out as a dancer. Read the interview for more exclusives.
Share with us how it’s been for you in the last few months.
It’s been nice and awesome, we have support from wonderful people and we thank God for that. We’ve been in the industry for quite some time, it’s been more than 15 years I’ve been doing Stand-up Comedy but I am not the outgoing type, I need to work on that so that people can start seeing me.

*How did Comedy Start for you?

I started with Dance. I was arguably one of Nigeria’s best dancer for 3 years. Comedy started for me around 2000, 2001, I had a show, I used to be a boy with DJ Shina and I had a show in Ladoke Akintola University of Technology in 2001, the host was supposed to be Julius Agwu, before then I have been doing music, I had a group then where we had the likes of Helen Paul, 9ice, Reminisce, Jahbless, ID Cabasa, they’ve been part of the team.
So in 2001 we had a show, the MC did not show up and I used to be a talkative, so I picked up the Microphone and did the show and a week after the show, they called me from the same school to anchor another show and I can remember vividly, in 2001, 5000 Naira was my fee then.

*On your music career, what’s Bash up to?

What I am doing is that I am currently in talks with a record label who would be handling my music and my skits so I would concentrate majorly on my Stand-up and Organization of shows. My album is coming out very soon; I am not in an hurry. I’ll be releasing a lot of musical videos after my show, D’Good, D’Bash and D’Funny on September 10 at the Muson Centre. After that, I’ll be dropping musical videos and skits and the people would be the one to critic and judge if I am good at what I am doing.

*What informs your style of comedy?

I believe in planning. I follow the rule that says “Proper Planning Prevent Poor Performance”. My style of comedy, I started with Street, then I moved it up, I started with “Lagos” because I noticed most of my Colleagues are always saying they started with “Warri” and I’m like, we have a lot of issues happening here in Nigeria, so why Warri alone.
So I started with Lagos and started to crack jokes on the street boys, the market women and so on. And when the name became registered, I moved from been Bash to becoming “Bash De Cash” because I started doing corporate events, I moved from been a comedian talking about street scenes to been a Social Commentator.
If you notice my style of jokes now, you would notice that they are not jokes but things that are very funny, the humor part of any good story. I call myself the Social Commentator with Humor now. So any topic, I can pick it up, bring out the humor part of it and deliver, and we thank God that we are very spontaneous, and I always say we because it’s not just me, it me and my fans and without them, we won’t be here. So we thank God.

*How do you balance Comedy and Music?

It’s a normal thing, I have mentors, I you are a good follower, you would be a good leader. My mentors, some of them are not Nigerians; one of them is Jamie Foxx, Will Smith. Will Smith is the first rapper to win a Grammy and he is a standup comedian, an actor and a musician. It’s in Nigeria people would say why are you doing all, outside Nigeria, people don’t just do one thing, they do other stuffs outside StandUp, like Kevin Hart is a comedian and an Actor making movies just like AY is doing now. It’s a natural thing for me.

*What type of music do you do?

I call it Social Music. The reason I want to go into music is because I am really encouraged by 9ice. 9ice and Cabasa used to know me to be a singer back then and they advised me not to do music that I was already making money from comedy. So one day I was in 9ice House and they were playing a song and I did a freestyle on it and 9ice was like I’ve got the talent and I told him that while I am less busy I do record and I have recorded like 15 tracks and he was shocked and told me to bring them and I gave him 3 of the tracks which he listened to and he took the tracks to Sound Sultan who listened to it and was astonished when he heard that I was the one who sang them. ID Cabasa called me up one midnight and said I must do music. I had a show in Ibadan recently Peteru’s Club and I performed one of my tracks there and 90% of the ladies there had to ask me what I was doing in Comedy when I have got such musical talent.

*What’s your strategy to stay long in the game?

I always tell people, the easiest way to make money is to do what you like or have passion for. I love music and dance and definitely that’s my strategy to stay long in the game.

*Who are your role models, locally and internationally?

You’d be surprised that unlike my Comedy Role Models been international, most of my music role models are in Nigeria. Number 1, Barrister, I love Barrister and I know all his songs. Number 2 is K1 and Number 3 is Shina Akande, that’s for the Fuji Genre, with a touch of Adewale Ayuba.
In hip-hop, give it up for 2Baba, 9ice, Wande Coal, Harrysong. In Rap, M.I Abaga and Phyno. Why I love Phyno is because he stuck to his style of Rap, the traditional Rap, same with Reminisce. For the Female, I love Shola Allyson, Tope Alabi and Salawa Abeni. Internationally, I love Whitney Houston, I love Snoop Dogg, I am not a fan of Biggie, I’m a fan of Tupac and finally, I love Will Smith.

Wednesday, 9 August 2017

”We Appreciate Ooni For His Passion For The History And Development Of The Yoruba Race"- Akinwunmi Ambode

Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State on Tuesday said there was an urgent need to collectively promote the tradition, culture, heritage and history of the Yoruba race.
According to the governor, history is essential for the sustenance of the identity, integrity and development of any given society.
”Any society that doesn’t pay proper attention to its history not only has dangerously shallow roots, but also risks starving its own generations to come.
”We appreciate the Ooni for his passion for the history and development of the Yoruba race, ” Ambode said.
He, however, said that collective efforts by all was necessary to prevent the tradition, culture and history of the Yoruba from going into extinction.

The Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, pledged that he would continue to lead by example, saying that a good name is better than gold.
”Since I ascended the Ooni throne, the Almighty has been my guide in ensuring that I lead the Yoruba race well by promoting our culture, tradition and history.
”We must preserve our roots and history for the generations yet unborn to keep our integrity and identity as a people,” he said.

Omiwole said the coronation of an Ooni had always been a historic event as he was the spiritual leader of the Yoruba.
According to him, the Ooni stool is the most revered in Africa, as it reflects so much history and has been contributing to the progress of the country.
”This is why Oba Ogunwusi, since his coronation in December 2015, has been using his position to foster unity, peace and progress in the continent.
”His humility and wisdom in the service of God and the people confirms that he is the ‘Chosen King’ occupying the house of Oduduwa,” he said.
The Coordinator of the Oodua People’s Congress, Chief Gani Adams, pledged that the group was ready to support the vision of the Ooni in promoting and sustaining the cultural values of the Yoruba.

Monday, 7 August 2017

Funke Akindele Latest Western Lotto Ambassador

Funke Akindele joins Toke Makinwa as one of the latest ambassadors for Western Lotto.

An excited Funke shared on Instagram caption of her signing a deal and wrote;
#jenifa is now #westernlottoambassador we no go rest o!!! Congrats to her!! I beg I wan win to o!! What about you?


King Wasiu Ayinde Marshal son Suleiman Yomade will be saying ‘I do’ to his long time girlfriend.
The wedding which promises to be classy from all indications will take place in September, 2017.
According to sources, the bride is from a good home and they have expressed their delight concerning the marriage of the well mannered and highly cultured Yomade and their daughter.
They are very ready to host the “Ojusagbola family. Already, as it has been confirmed that the event will host over 5 APC governors while many politicians will also be there to support K1.
K1’s pretty wife, Titi Masha Anifowose will be around to witness the wedding as she is greatly loved by his children.
Suleiman Yomade, first son of K1 will walk down the isle.

Friday, 4 August 2017

IM Magazine's Face Of The Week(See Photos)

Femi Otedola was born on November 4, 1962 in Ibadan , the capital of Oyo State , western Nigeria, into the family of the late Sir Michael Otedola, Governor of Lagos State from 1992 to 1993.He obtained a university degree at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State. He is Nigerian businessman, entrepreneur philanthropist, and chairman of Forte Oil Plc, an importer of fuel products. He is also the founder of Zenon Petroleum and Gas Ltd, and the owner of a number of other businesses across shipping, real estate and finance. He is the second Nigerian after Aliko Dangote to be included on the
Forbes list of dollar-denominated billionaires. Otedola is married to Nana Otedola and has three daughters – Christine Oluwnmi, Florence Ifeoluwa and Elizabeth Temi – and a son, Fewa. Florence Otedola, aka DJ Cuppy , is a DJ and music producer, as well as a tourism ambassador for Nigeria. Her younger sister, Temi, is a style blogger and aspiring designer.
In 2003, having identified an opportunity in the fuel retail market, Otedola secured the finance to set up Zenon Petroleum and Gas Ltd, a petroleum products marketing and distribution company. As owner and chairman of Zenon, in 2004 he invested N15 billion in downstream infrastructure development and acquired storage depots at Ibafon, Apapa as well as four cargo vessels, amounting to a combined total storage capacity of 147,000 metric tonnes. The same year he acquired a fleet of 100 DAF fuel-tanker trucks for N1.4 billion. By 2005 Zenon controlled a major share of the Nigerian diesel market, supplying fuel to most of the major manufacturers in the country including Dangote Group, Cadbury, Coca-Cola , Nigerian Breweries , MTN ,
Unilever, Nestle and Guinness .

Otedola has made several donations to the Michael Otedola University Scholarship Scheme, which was established in 1985 to give underprivileged students in
Lagos State access to higher education. In 2005 Zenon donated N200 million to the scheme’s fund. Since its inception the scheme has benefited more than 1,000 students. In 2005 Otedola made a N300 million personal donation to the completion of the National Ecumenical Centre – Nigeria’s primary place of Christian worship – in Abuja. In 2007 he was among a group of donors who gave N200 million to the State Security Trust Fund in a drive to reduce crime in Lagos State. Later that year he donated N100 million to the Otedola College of Primary Education in Noforija,
Epe . In 2008 he donated N80 million to the Faculty of Agriculture at the University of Port Harcourt.
Other companies owned by Mr. Femi Otedola include SeaForce Shipping Company Limited which at one point made him the largest ship owner in Nigeria. He is the owner of Swift Insurance and FO Properties Limited as well. He was also appointed as chairman of the Transcorp Hilton Hotel in Abuja in 2007.
Mr Femi Otedola was further recognized for his immense contributions to the growth of the Nigerian economy when in May, 2010, he was awarded the prestigious National Honours of “Commander, Order of the Niger - CON” by President Goodluck Jonathan.