Northeast Nigeria attack claimed at least 110 lives: UN, Blackout as power grid collapses
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Covid-19: Nigeria shuts two isolation centres for lack of patients, We have not suspended strike – ASUU
Steve Chucks talks about his favourite character and market value || Popsicles
On Popsicles, this week, Theatre Arts graduate of the University of Lagos, Steve Chucks speaks on growing up, his career as a content creator, an actor, and comedy skits.
How The Train delicately handles Mike-Bamiloye's biopic
Damilola Mike-Bamiloye tells The Process how he handled the delicate story of Nigeria's first Gospel series actor, dramatist, producer, and director, Mike Bamiloye with the flick The Train. He explains the challenges he avoided and the influence of his father Mike Bamiloye, the founder and president of Mount Zion Drama Ministry and Mount Zion Television.
Multi-talented Harmony talks about time management and how he mixes business with pleasure
Next on Popsicles this week, GuardianTV's Nuella Ogunlade sat with Adènipèkun Harmony to talk about his career as a lawyer, actor, and influencer and how he mixes business with pleasure.
Davido unfollows everyone on Instagram, Twists and turns in the rape allegation against D'banj and more
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'Matt O'Damon': Actor adopted by Irish village during lockdown
Papers in South Africa headline on massive lines for food aid, with lockdown measures making it difficult for some communities to access food. After French drug company Sanofi seems to promise the United States preferential vaccine access, one editorialist for Le Monde writes that the French government's anger is "morally understandable, but a bit hypocritical". We also look at the love affair between American actor Matt Damon and the Irish village where he's on lockdown. Plus, a survey finds that 8 percent of French women bid adieu to bras during lockdown.
Eniola Badmus slammed for ‘giveaway fee’, Pres. Buhari’s lockdown ease stirs controversy and more
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Will Smith jokes he's responsible for 'misinformation' surrounding coronavirus
Hollywood actor Will Smith - who starred in the post-apocalyptic action movie 'I Am Legend' - has joked he feels "responsible for a lot of the misinformation" surrounding coronavirus.