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“He kept his word” – Lady jubilates as boyfriend who promised her marriage 4 years ago engages her

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A beautiful South African lady by the name of Themby Smith, has taken to Twitter to express her joy as her boyfriend of 4 years finally engaged her.

The excited lady who took to the micro-blogging platform to post pictures from her engagement revealed that her man, Prince, had vowed to marry her a month after they started dating.

She also shared screenshots of an old chat from 2018 where he promised to marry her and said he will never leave her.

Sharing the photos Themby Smith thanked her lover for fulfilling his promise to her.

“He kept his Word. First frame was only a month in our relationship. Today he kept his promise”, she wrote.

See her post below,

See screenshot of their chat below,

In related news, a viral video has got Nigerians blushing after a Nigerian man was seen proposing to his girlfriend while onboard an international flight.

In the video, he requested the attention of the rest of the passengers and told them he would love to ask someone special and dear to him a very important question with the hopes that her answer would be in the affirmative.

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The unidentified man who was given a chance to address the passengers by one of the air hostesses, revealed that he has been dating his woman for 5 years.

After his speech in which he expressed his immense love for her, the man walked towards her and went on a bended knee to proposed to his girlfriend known as Kemi.

Overwhelmed with Joy, Kemi expressed surprise and gave him a ‘yes’, after which he slid the ring on her finger and they hugged passionately. Watch video here.

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Lady Shares Hilarious Experience At Mummy G.O Church in Lagos

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Lady Shares Hilarious Experience At Mummy G.O Church in Lagos

A lady has transmitted the story of her experience after she paid a visit to Mummy G.O’s church, a controversial preacher, who has become a social media sensation, with means of her hilarious and sometimes shocking claims about hellfire.

In a thread, the lady, who goes by the handle @burnt dodo on Twitter, described her ordeal. The following is the whole gist:

I woke up early to visit this church. Asides from the fact that ‘Mummy G.O’ is an online sensation, her church was not very far, and shockingly, her son was an acquaintance. So you can imagine the determination. It was quite comical.

“To be honest, I was stunned by the size of the church. Expected it to be a tiny building. Wrong oh. It was very wide and a small building by the side was for the children’s church. As I parked and tried stepping into the building, I was stopped. Ghen ghen!

“I forgot to remove my bling. I begged her to help me take it off, and she seemed pleased. She told me how she expected me to argue as many did. Ma’am, I came for a cruise. Take it off.

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“Then I noticed this at the entrance. In this type of situation, you have to comply, you don’t need any drama. My scarf slid up, and she sighted my earrings. She called me back. She helped me take those off too. I was just very calm, and I kept smiling at her. I was here for mummy.

“I entered and found a suitable place to sit. I was right on time. It was Sunday school. I noticed something, they were so keen on the preaching of ‘End Times’. I surveyed the crowd. Well, it was a small crowd. Men on one side, women one side. Youths were so few, and I wasn’t surprised.

“It was full of way older people and more women than men. The choir is in dark purple attire. Fashion was missing, nobody cared about how to mix and match attires. Well, we are in end times. I was patiently waiting for mummy G.O to turn up. I was called again by the woman outside. Nawa.

“Aunty e jor, e pa phone yin” (Aunty please turn off your phone). Then she pointed to a banner outside that asked for phones to be turned off during service. Nawa. No videos for you people. I didn’t want drama. So I turned it off and went back into the church.

“Sunday school was over and mummy G. O was yet to be seen. Ah, she better turn up for us. The lady beside me was staring, and I caught her gaze. “Are you a new member?” She asked with a grin. My suspicion arose. She must be one of us. “Yes,” I answered. “Me too. Who invited you?”

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“I was starting to wonder who sent the lady to me. “I came on my own.” The lady didn’t seem convinced. She had a purple cloth tied around her waist. I knew it was the lady outside who did that. Aunty’s gown was too short.

“It’s a lie. You were sent here.” I was just confused.

“Then she revealed to me that she was a journalist.

“So no be only me come here to get a story. I told her I wasn’t a journalist but just a girl that liked to catch cruises. I could tell she had her doubts. Then I looked around again. I began to realize some things were off.

“Some of the few youths were not true members. I could tell. Like the young journalist had her feet painted, a lady in the other row wore slightly high heels, a young guy in the male row had his eyes darting here and there. I knew I wasn’t alone in this. We were quite a number.

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“Mummy G.O was still nowhere to be found.

“I was getting worried. Where’s my mother in the lord? Where’s my mummy that has dined with Lucifer? I started to miss her. Miss a woman I’d never met. It was emotional.

“Then a lady mounted the pulpit. It was not my mummy, G.O. It was as though my heart got broken all again. I decided to stay calm. Mind you, I was hiding my fixed nails and tattoo near my wrist. I didn’t want to be the center of attention. A lady walked in with a beautiful gown.

“Well, still not mummy G.O but I knew she wasn’t a member and was one of us. The preaching was about God giving insight and demystifying. To be honest, it was nothing of the extraordinary. I was yearning for the ‘Luzifa’ talks and how wearing Vneck was a tool of antichrists.

“Where is my mummy G.O. I knew she was around? I mean, she was the owner of the church. But I knew something was off. Why wasn’t she preaching? I had so many thoughts. Then I began to doze off. I tried to concentrate on the preaching, but it was that of mummy G.O I wanted.

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“Then it was time to pray, and I was still seated. There’s this trick I do. I sit and sleep, but my lips move as though I’m praying. Well, the preacher walked all the way from the pulpit and tapped me. “Sister, we don’t sit and pray in this church. Please stand.” Omo! Why naaaaa!!!”

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“Aunty Kemi in the mud” – Reactions as photos of Sylvester Oromoni’s autopsy result reveals what killed him

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An autopsy report of late 12-year-old student of Dowen college, Lagos, Sylvester Oromoni has been made public.

The autopsy stated that Sylvester died from ‘acute lung injury from chemical intoxication in a background of blunt force’.

Recall, Sylvester Oromoni died after he was reportedly bullied by his seniors in Dowen college.

The report led to an outcry by Nigerians including high profile reactions, weeks ago, as they demanded for justice to be served.

The autopsy report signed off by one Dr Clement Vhriterhire, disclosed that the late student had a scalded upper lip, bruised flanks/back, acute gastric erosion, acute lung injury, cerebral oedema with raised intra-cranial pressure and enlarged liver.See screenshots below:

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New Year 2022 Toasts To Set Your Year Off Right

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You’ll inspire AND impress your friends with these classic New Year’s toasts.

As Christmas winds down and your people run off to “play” with their Christmas presents and family starts travelling back to their respective homes, it’s the perfect time to think about New Year’s Eve and how you’ll ring in 2022. Our celebrations have looked a little different the past few years, which has forced us (in a good way!) to start new family traditions. So if you typically party it up at a big gathering, this year might be the perfect year to plan a quick party for a small group of friends and family. Break out your go-to and tried and true hors d’oeuvres, create a signature cocktail or break out some bubbly, and don’t forget to enforce a strict party hat policy.

When the clock strikes twelve, the last thing you want is to be caught without something to drink. And what better way to commemorate the moment the ball drops and set the tone for the year ahead than with a special toast. So in order to help you not be the one hanging this New Year’s Eve when you’re called upon to make the big speech, we’ve compiled our favorite toasts and well-wishes, many from some very thoughtful and distinguished people (so you know it will be good!) like Benjamin Franklin, C.S. Lewis, and Willie Nelson. These are also perfect for an inspirational Instagram caption or social post as you set your intentions for the coming year. Want even more New Year’s inspiration? Check out our list of New Year’s quotes.

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  • “Be at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let every new year find you a better man.” — Benjamin Franklin
  • “We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called Opportunity and its first chapter is New Year’s Day.” — Edith Pierce
  • “For last year’s words belong to last year’s language, and next year’s words await another voice. And to make an end is to make a beginning.” — T.S. Eliot
  • “As you slide down the banisters of life, may the splinters never point the wrong way.”
  • “Here’s health to those I love and wealth to those who love me.”
  • “In victory, you deserve Champagne, in defeat, you need it.” — Napoleon Bonaparte
  • “Take everything in moderation, including moderation.” — Oscar Wilde
  • “There comes a time in every woman’s life when the only thing that helps is a glass of Champagne.” — Bette Davis
  • “May luck be your friend in whatever you do and may trouble be always a stranger to you.” — Irish Blessing
  • “Embrace the glorious mess that you are.”— Elizabeth Gilbert
  • “Youth is when you’re allowed to stay up late on New Year’s Eve. Middle age is when you’re forced to.” — Bill Vaughn
  • “May love and laughter light your days, and warm your heart and home. May good and faithful friends be yours, wherever you may roam.” — Irish Proverb
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  • “When I started counting my blessings, my whole life turned around.” — Willie Nelson
  • “New year—a new chapter, new verse, or just the same old story? Ultimately we write it. The choice is ours.” —Alex Morritt
  • “There are far better things ahead than any we leave behind.” — C.S. Lewis
  • “May your troubles be less, and your blessings be more, and nothing but happiness come through your door.”
  • “Stir the eggnog, lift the toddy, Happy New Year, everybody”
  • “Welcome be ye that are here, Welcome all, and make good cheer, Welcome all, another year.”
  • “Here’s a toast to the future, a toast to the past, and a toast to our friends, far and near.”
  • “Out with the old, in with the new, cheers to the future, and all that we do.”
  • “May all your troubles during the coming year be as short as your New Year’s resolutions.”
  • “I would rather be with the people in this room than with the finest people I know.”
  • “Here’s to doing and drinking, not sitting and thinking.”
  • “He who breaks a resolution is a weakling; he who makes one is a fool.” — F.M. Knowles
  • “May you live to be 100 and may the last voice you hear be mine.” — Frank Sinatra
  • “With mirth and laughter let old wrinkles come.” — William Shakespeare
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Lady kicks and punches ‘bestie’ who allegedly said awful things about her to her boyfriend (video)

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A resentful lady has been seen in a viral video assaulting her ex-bestie who allegedly said awful things about her to her boyfriend. 

Local Ghanaian news platforms reported that the fight ensued after the angry lady confronted her bestie at her (bestie) house. 

She punched and kicked her, while others had a field day videoed the nasty encounter.

See the video below…

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Nigerian lady slaps boy repeatedly after he asked her how much she charges for a night at a social gathering (video)

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A video which has gone viral after being posted online, spotted moment a lady slapped a boy after he asked her how much she charges for a night at a social gathering. 

The boy got slapped after he questioned the lady who was seen confronting him over the comment, on why she will threaten him with such. 

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Robbers drop apology note after robbing a lady

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A Nigerian lady has posted photo of an apology note some robbers dropped after carting away her items. 

A twitter users with the handle @sisi_icream said the robbery incident took place while she was sleeping. She revealed that she woke up to her house being empty. She added that her phone wasn’t taken because she kept it under her pillow. 

The apology note the robbers left read “Am so sorry. More progress”. 

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Robbers drop apology note after robbing a lady
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