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Comedian, SeyiLaw and wife welcome their second child, a baby girl [Photos]



Seyi Law, and his family ( Photo credit: Seyilaw1/ Instagram)

Comedian Seyilaw has welcomed their second child, a baby girl with his wife, Ebere.

The excited father took to popular photo sharing app, Instagram on Sunday, December 6 ,to announce the arrival of his child.

He wrote on Instagram,” Are you still asking of Mummy Tiwa?
Well, now you know.
She waited through it and a very pretty little girl is Tiwaloluwa’s sister.
God deserves all our praise.”


Photo credit: Seyilaw1/ Instagram

Congratulations to them on the arrival of their new baby.

Who is Seyi Law?

Seyi Law whose real name is Lawrence Oluwaseyitan Aletile was born on 22nd June, 1983. He is a Nigerian stand up comedian, actor, event planner and television host.

He went to Methodist Boys High School in Victoria Island, Lagos State for his secondary school education and obtained his WAEC result.

He attended Lagos State Polytechnic to study Computer studies.

Well, Seyi Law came to limelight after winning the AY Open Mic Comedy Challenge Competition in 2006.

Since then, Seyi Law’s talent and success in comedy earned him fame and numerous awards.

Seyi Law got married to his heartrob, Stacey Aletile on 28th March, 2011 and they welcomed their first child, TiwaTiwaloluwa Oluwademiladeola Chidera Aviella, in 2016.

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BBNaija Ka3na says she has no plans to remarry




Former Big Brother Naija housemate, Ka3na has revealed that she has no plans to remarry.

The reality TV star who recently lost her hubby posted this on her (formerly Twitter) on Thursday morning.

She refuted reports in her post that she had divorced her spouse before his death, stating that she was lawfully and traditionally married to Mr. Jones and that she is now a widow. Ka3na went on to say that she would continue to use her husband’s name and that she had no plans to remarry.

See her post below:

“Public Announcement:

“I believe it is necessary for me to clarify a misconception that has been circulating amongst the public. There are individuals who falsely claim that I was divorced from my late husband prior to his untimely passing. This is entirely untrue. I was legally and traditionally married to Mr. Jones, and I am now his widow. I have no intention of remarriage or changing my marital status by dropping my husband’s name.

“I kindly request that everyone respects this statement and refrains from spreading any form of misinformation.”



Ms. Katrina Jones

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Bring Back Our Old Dollar Price – Comedian I Go Save To FG




Following the return to Old national anthem, Nigerian comedian, I Go Save, has taken to social media to pose an important question to Federal government, saying they should bring back the old dollar price.

He stated this on Thursday, May 30th via his Instagram page story where he posted things Nigerian government should consider in their current administration.

Taking to his Instagram page story, I Go Save wrote, “Since Una don bring back old national anthem; can you people bring back our old dollar price, old fuel price, old flight prompt operating style, old taxation, old security standards.” See the screenshot of his post below:

Old dollar price

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I worked as tout after I ran away from home – Singer Oxlade




Nigerian singer Ikuforiji Olaitan Abdulrahman, better known as Oxlade, has revealed that he once worked as a tout after he ran away from home to pursue his music career.

According to him, he sold bus tickets—a job of motor park touts, popularly called “agbero.”

In a recent interview, the music star disclosed that he had to leave home because his lecturer dad didn’t initially support his decision to be a musician.

He said: “Honestly, he [my dad] was indifferent at first. But my stubbornness and consistency paid off [laughs].

“I ran away from the house at some point in my life to pursue music personally. And I had to do all sorts of stuff to survive. Selling bus tickets and selling foods at parties.”

Stressing that he is from the ‘streets of Surulere’ in Lagos, he avowed that “if you can survive in Surulere, you can survive anywhere.”

He added that the experience he had in the ghetto helped him make better decisions.

Interview video link:

Credit: Daily Post

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