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It is appalling and saddening that in Nigeria when some people see wealthy and influential people, what comes to their minds is how to either rob, kidnap or kill them.
Recently, an attempt was made to kidnap the youngest king in Nigeria, His Royal Agbogidi (Engr.) Nduka Ezeagwuna; he is the Obi of Issele-Uku, Oligbo Royal Palace, situated in Ani-Ocha North, Delta State.
The king while with his beautiful family in his kingdom was attacked by these bandits who fell inside the hole they had dug for the king.
The uniformed men in the country came around and all the culprits were apprehended.
HERE IS WHY LAUREN DAIGLE CARTED AWAY 2 AWARDS AT THE JUST CONCLUDED 61ST ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS
When mentioning gospel artistes with exceptional lyrics and great songs in totality, Lauren Daigle’s name would always pop out.
Lauren won two awards at the 61st annual Grammy awards. Her song “You say” (which has been reviewed on Ogefash Blog) won the award for the ContemporaryChristianSongoftheyear, while her album “Look up child” won the award for the ContemporaryChristianalbumoftheyear.
When you draw inspiration from a music legend like Dolly Parton, this is bound to happen. Dolly Parton’s writing prowess encourages Lauren to reach deeper for the lines that take a song from just good to real…
View her posts below about Dolly Parton below…
From Ogefash Blog, congratulations to Lauren on her two Grammy winnings!
Still on the 10 years challenge, the manufacturers of the creamy milk: Three Crowns Milk recently took to their IG to upload two different pictures of the Three crowns milk for year 2009 and year 2019.
A few people commended their effort, while a large number of people criticized them. They felt the 2009 content was better than that of 2019. Some said the 2019 content was smaller and watery…
These Nigerians are so funny, what exactly do they want one may ask? Going by the economy situation of the country, if the manufacturers of the milk had increased the price of its product, they would have complained and perhaps not patronize them. Now, they retained the price but reduced the content and some people are still talking. Na wetin una want ndi Nigerians?