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BBNaija 2018: How other housemates were drinking, thinking I’ve been evicted – Cee-c

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Big Brother Naija 2018 housemate, Cee-c, has revealed how other housemates felt when they saw her return to house yesterday.

Housemates could not hide their disappointment, when Cee-C returned to the house following the eviction of Khloe, Anto and Lolu on Sunday.

Cee-c, alongside Khloe and Anto were taken outside during the Sunday live show, and according to her, she thought that was the end for her.

Anto and Khloe never made it back into the house while Lolu was evicted in the room by Ebuka.

Cee-c told Biggie during her Dairy Session that other housemates also thought it was over for her and had started drinking to that.

According to her, “When they saw me coming back into the room, their faces were bad. They felt really bad and it showed.

“They had started drinking. Thinking I’m gone. They were like, ‘this girl does not die.’

“Biggie I’m grateful.”

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Peter Okoye beats Davido to win first award since Psquare disbanded

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Peter Okoye, a former member of Psquare, has won his first award as a solo artiste.

The ‘Ebeano’ singer was named best international male artiste at the 2018 edition of the International Achievement Recognition Awards (IARA).

The award ceremony took place on Saturday at the Hilton Hotel in London, UK.

Now known professionally as Mr P, he was nominated in the best male artiste and best international male artiste categories.

The singer beat Davido, Diamond Platnumz, Cassper Nyovest, Medikal, Black Coffee, among others, to win the best international male artiste category.

Mr P shared news of the award on Instagram, saying “this is just the beginning”.

He wrote: “My very first award as a solo act! You guys made this happen. Slow and Steady but surely! God is great.

“I was hoping to be in London but as you’re aware, I’m in the middle of my US/Canadian Tour at the moment! I will be by to pick up my award personally.

“Thanks again and I’d like to dedicate this award to my super fans and my awesome son Cameron who’s birthday is today. Double celebration for sure. More coming.

“Team P this one is for Us! Thanks for the love and support. This is just the beginning. I may not be there yet, but I’m closer than I was yesterday.”

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peterpsquare Team P this one is for Us! Thanks for the love and support. This is just the beginning 🙏🏽😊… I MAY NOT BE THERE YET, BUT I’M CLOSER THAN I WAS YESTERDAY.

Peter Okoye split from Psquare and started his solo career in September 2017.

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QUESTION: Did Davido flout NYSC bye-laws by campaigning for Adeleke?

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These past few weeks, the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has been in the spotlight: from the forgery scandal faced by Kemi Adeosun , erstwhile minister of finance, to the ongoing revelations that Adebayo Shittu, minister of communication, never served at all.

These events have reignited the discourse on the importance of the mandatory one-year scheme.

When Afropop superstar, Davido, announced via photos shared on Instagram that he would be part of the latest batch of corps members, it did a world of good for the scheme’s relevance — but that only lasted for a few hours.

Davido, right after entertaining other corps members and camp officials with his songs on the first day, seemingly abandoned the orientation camp to continue his tour abroad, an action that enraged many commentators on social media, who attributed the development to his wealth and status.

Although it is not known for sure if the singer applied for, and was granted, an exemption from the 21-day camp to attend to his performance obligations abroad.

Davido would eventually cancel his world tour, citing ‘NYSC commitment’, but going by his activities of the past few days, ‘political commitment’ might also be another factor.

Of late, the entertainer has been neck deep in politics, aggressively campaigning for his uncle, senator Ademola Adeleke, who is running for the Osun state governorship on the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) platform.

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OBO, as he is fondly called, deployed the full power of his superstar status to campaign for Adeleke, politically weaponising his celebrity and music as a bulwark against other gubernatorial aspirants.

Spotted at campaign rallies-turned music concert, Davido and his label mates took over the state of Osun, drawing huge crowds of potential would-be voters.

Going by the NYSC bye-laws, Davido’s political activities point to an illegality. The bye-laws clearly state that corps members should not participate in partisan politics, with an extension of their service year listed as the punishment.

The law states that: “Any member who takes part in partisan politics is liable to extension of service for a period not less than three (3) months without pay.”

From donning PDP garbs to prompting the electorate to vote for his uncle, Davido actively took part in the pre-election campaign trail of the Osun governorship poll.

The singer not only performed at rallies, but he also posted messages describing Adeleke as the “incoming” governor of the state.

That Davido took part in partisan politics while undergoing his NYSC programme is as clear as daylight, but what becomes of his law-flouting activities remains to be seen.

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Ras Kimono’s wife dies three months after music legend’s demise

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Efe Mena Okedi, the wife of late reggae icon Ras Kimono, is dead.

Okedi is said to have died in the early hours of Sunday at her residence in Magodo Isheri, Lagos.

Pulse reports that Okedi’s death was confirmed by Michael Odiong, project manager at Premier Music.

Okedi was also Kimono’s manager and a member of his band while he was alive.

Her death comes three months after the ‘Rhumba Stylee’ singer died on June 10 in a Lagos hospital.

Okedi was the third wife of the music legend.

She once described Kimono as “the most gentle and kind Rastaman I know”.

Following his demise, she took to Instagram to mourn him, writing, “It’s 2 weeks today that you passed, feels like yesterday. Rest on my lion, missing you”.

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Okedi, who once worked as a nurse in the US, is survived by her son, Onome.

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