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‘I want to be a police officer to fight corruption’- boy in ‘mummy calm down’ video

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I want to be a police officer to fight corruption, says boy in ‘mummy calm down’ video

Oreofeoluwa Lawal-Babalola, a little boy who inspired the viral “mummy calm down” video, says he wants to be a police officer in the future so as to fight corruption.

The 4-year-old boy spoke of his dream career when he featured on an Instagram Live chat with City People TV on Friday.

“I want to be a police officer to fight corruption,” he said while fielding questions from Seyi Kehinde, the host.

The little boy said his comment in the video was to plead with Toluige Olokobi Babalola, his mother, not to administer disciplinary action on him.

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He expressed excitement about the attendant popularity the video has brought to his family, while also lauding his mother.

On her part, Toluige, who also featured on the live session, said she never envisaged that the video clip — which was done out of sheer fun — could become an internet sensation in the blink of an eye.

“It was God that destined it this way, I never envisaged it would fetch us such popularity,” she said.

She said the development had turned her from the usual “everyday person with nothing special” and his boy to a celebrity, whom many people now crave to speak with.

The mother of two, however, dismissed claims that she was abusing the little boy in the video, noting that her action was borne out of her desire to correct him from further wrongdoings.

On how the video found its way online, Toluige said she had shared it with her sister in America to catch a glimpse of Ore’s trademark theatrics whenever she wants to spank him for wrongdoing.

She said unknown to her, her sister, who could also not contain her laughter after watching the video, shared it to a group she belonged to and consequently hit the internet.

She also revealed that Babajide Sanwo-Olu, governor of Lagos state — who earlier requested to meet Ore — had already reached out to inform them he is working something out for him.

Toluige enjoined Nigerian parents to always dissipate attention into discovering the inherent potentials in their children, adding that such could be their ticket to stardom.

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The only thing a man should beat out of his wife is poverty — Reno Omokri

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The only thing a man should beat out of his wife is poverty — Reno Omokri

Popular Nigerian author and lawyer, Reno Omokri, has dropped some words of advice for fellow men on social media.

Omokri in a post shared on his Twitter page urged men to desist from beating their wives.

The former presidential aide told men that God only designed their hands to slap away the disgrace of poverty from their wife.

Reno Omokri also said a man should never raise his hands on his wife even in the midst of provocation. According to him, a man should bear any insult from the wife, or go out when it gets too much.

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His words:

“The only thing a man should beat out of his wife is poverty. Never beat her. God designed your hand to slap away the disgrace of poverty from your wife, not to slap pain into her face. Even if she insults you, bear it. If it gets too much, go out!

If you pick the bills in your house, your wife wont pick quarrels with you. In fact, she will join your children to call you ‘daddy’. To dominate, simply eliminate poverty from your home. When your wife does not see bills, you will feel thrills!”

See his tweet below:

https://twitter.com/renoomokri/status/1304457882700787712
https://twitter.com/renoomokri/status/1304473717666439168

 

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North east commission pledges to remove 500,000 idle youths from the streets

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North east commission pledges to remove 500,000 idle youths from the streets

The North East Development Commission-Education Endowment Fund (NEDC-EEF) has expressed determination to remove over 500,000 idle youths from the streets in the next five years in the region.

Mr Macauley Hunohashi, Head of Media and Publicity of the fund, in a statement on Saturday in Abuja, said the Chairman of NEDC-EEF, Chief David Kente, made the pledge at an interactive session with Sen. Abdulazeez Nyako.

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He applauded the visionary and patriotic effort of Sen. Nyako which saw to the establishment of the commission, saying “we will sustain that vision to take the north east region to greater heights.”

Kente said the NEDC-EEF would continue to interface with consultants and experts on how to achieve part of its core mandate of converting the vast human resource the region was endowed with to human capital.

Earlier, Sen. Nyako stressed the need for the commission to provide vocational technical traning and mentorship for young men and women in the region through Local Aprenticiship Scheme.

Nyako explained that the local aprenticiship scheme was a neighbourhood empowerment project which focused on removing young people from the streets by linking them to Master Trainers within the same community.

” This will enable them to learn local trades such as motor mechanic, panel beating, volcanising, tailoring and the likes, with a monthly stipend for both the Master Trainer and the Trainee.”

The former lawmaker who represented Adamawa Central Senatorial District from 2015 to 2019, said the concept was discovered to be alot cheaper, more broad-based and with the potential to improving neighbourhood security.

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Domak Shelter Rewards Big Dreams Talent Show Housemates With Land and Cash

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Domak Shelter Rewards Big Dreams Talent Show Housemates With Land, Cash 


Domak Shelter Ltd. is setting the pace in the real estate industry. Domak identified with the 24 Housemates in  the 2020 Big Dreams Talent Reality Show for participating in Domak Shelter Task held on September 5th and gave them Land and Cash reward.

After the task, Domak Shelter Ltd. rewarded each Housemates with a Plot of Land and added Cash Prize to 4 Housemates, who emerged Winner of the Task.

The rewards were presented to Housemates of Big Dreams Nigeria Talent Show by the Managing Director of Domak Group,’Amb. Kingsley Azonobi’, the C.E.O. of the Face of Domak, ‘Vivian Lam’, The Chairman of the Board of Trustees- Face of Domak ‘Stainless Precious’, The  C.E.O. of CityWash Capitol Entertainment, ‘Ernest Anyanwu’ and one of the organizers of the talent show. 

According to them, the essence of the reward is to motivate housemates for more dedication towards the tasks given to them in the house.

Domak Shelter Ltd. assured  the Big Dreams Nigeria Talent Show of more support for this 2020 edition of one of the most famous talent events and empowerment program for youths.



Speaking with Abuja Press correspondent few hours after the visit to Big Dreams Nigeria Talent Show, Managing Director Domak Shelter, Kingsley Azonobi who is a lover of youth development initiatives stated that he was quite impressed at the coordination and interaction amongst the Housemates.



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However, and according to observers, there has been impressive and distinguished visitations by reputable personalities, Celebrities, Public figures and government officials.

Some of the several visitations include popular musical Artist, Faze, Mekoyo, Wale of Sapphire Scent, Hon. Steve Azaiki, MC Tagwaye, amongst others.

Big Dreams Nigeria Talent Show commenced on the 21st of August 2020. The grand opening noticed the magnificent presence and supports of notable Nigerians, including Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo, the Senior Pastor of Commonwealth of Zion Assembly-COZA, who made the opening speech/ prayers and Hon. Prince Ned Nwoko, who made an impressive multimillion naira donation to the project.


 
Watch Video Below;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdZ_FsZ2qBc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GF4opvZz-bU
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