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Veteran celebrity comedienne and TV host, Joan Rivers is gone. Her daughter Melissa Rivers just released a statement on her passing away, read it below:
“It is with great sadness that I announce the death of my mother, Joan Rivers. She passed peacefully at 1:17 PM surrounded by family and close friends. My son and I would like to thank the doctors, nurses and staff of Mount Sinai hospital for the amazing care they provided for my mother.”
“Cooper and I have found ourselves humbled by the outpouring of love, support and prayers we have received from around the world.They have been heard and appreciated.”
“My mother’s greatest joy in life was to make people laugh. Although that is difficult to do right now, I know her final wish would be that we return to laughing soon.”
May her soul rest in peace..amen.
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Figure 5 Entertainment own Afropop/ star Olumix. The next rated singing sensation speaks to Unilag Fm about his latest single FOWOSERE…. he also talked about his upcoming video, club tour and also planning to feature the top artistes in Nigeria, such as Wizkid, Davido, Tiwa Savage and Psquare
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M-Net and Endemol SA are advising that due to a devastating fire at the Big Brother house based at the Sesani Studios in Johannesburg, Big Brother Hotshots will not launch this Sunday (7 September) as scheduled.
The cause of the fire which occurred on 2 September 2014 is at this stage unknown and investigations will commence as soon as it is safe to do so.
No one was hurt in the fire and M-Net and Endemol are urgently looking for an alternative Big Brother house in which to film the production.
However, as this production has highly technical infrastructure, camera and edit requirements an alternative is not immediately available.
Every effort will be made to find a solution as quickly as possible to ensure that Africa’s biggest reality show will continue.
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Best Album of the Year:
Baddest Boy Ever Liveth – Olamide
Hottest Single of the Year (tie): Pull-Over -Kcee ft. Wizkid / Aye – Davido
Best New Act of the Year: Patoranking
Gospel Artist of the year: Frank Edwards
Indigenous Artist of the year: Oritshe femi
Best Pop/R&B Artist of the Year: Tiwa Savage
Female Artist of the Year: Tiwa Savage
Male Artist of the Year: Davido
Best Rap Act of the Year: Ice Prince
Music Producer of the Year: Del B
Best Music Video of the Year: Rands and Naira
Best Collaboration: Gallardo – Runtown Ft Davido
Most Promising Act to Watch: Ayo Jay
Diaspora Artist of the year: L.A.X
African Artist of the Year: Shatta Wale
Best Actor in a Lead: Tope Tedela
Best Supporting Actor: Yomi Fash-Lanso
Best Actress in Lead: Funke Akindele
Best Supporting Actress: Genevieve Nnaji
Best Director: Desmond Elliott
Best Picture: Half of a Yellow Sun
Entertainment Personality of the Year: Denrele Edun
Entertainment Executive of the Year: E-Money – Five Star Records
Best OAP: Yaw – Wazobia FM
Funniest Comedian of Year: Bovi
World DJ: DJ Spinall
Congrats to the nominees and winners.
Pictures from the event coming soon.
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We present to you photos from the Requiem Mass at Pro-Cathedral Catholic Church, Garki Abuja held in honour of late Prof Dora Akunyili earlier today. President Goodluck Jonathan, Dame Patience Jonathan, and many government officials and prominent personalities were in attendance. See more pics below:
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ASUU STRIKE UPDATE: ASUU May Call Off Strike Next Week, Demands Slash Of Lawmakers’ Salaries By 2014
THE about five-month-old strike embarked upon by members of Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) may be called off next week.
It was gathered that the union would conclude consultations with its members and may resume class soon.
The union, it was also gathered, had asked the Federal Government to slash across board, salaries of National Assembly members, ministers and other political office holders by 2014.
The demand was placed on the Federal Government at a marathon meeting leadership of the union held with President Goodluck Jonathan and other key government officials at the Presidential Villa, on Monday. ASUU president, Dr Nasir Isa Fagge, could not confirm this, as calls put to him on his mobile line were unsuccessful, but ASUU source told the Nigerian Tribune in Abuja that the demand formed part of their deliberations on Monday to early hours of Tuesday.
The source said ASUU had suggested this based on the complaint by the Federal Government that it had no money to implement all aspects of the 2009 agreement as demanded. Nigerian Tribune, however, gathered that branch chairmen of the ASUU had been directed to brief their members on the offer by President Jonathan, which is largely an addition of N20 billion to the N200 billion already agreed upon with Vice President Namadi Sambo to be released to universities annually. According to the fresh pact, the Federal Government had agreed to release N220 billion yearly to the public universities, beginning from 2014 till the next five years. It was also gathered that the meeting adopted the accord struck by the vice president with the union, on the need to increase the N30 billion already released for the payment of academic earned allowance to N40 billion. According to sources, government also agreed that the N40 billion should be regarded only as first instalment, and not a once-and-for-all payment. At the meeting, the government assured that it would, among other things, revamp the public universities by ensuring that all those issues that always led to strike were dealt with once and for all. ASUU president had, after the meeting, told reporters that his team would take back the message of President Jonathan to varsity teachers before a decision would be taken on the next line of action.