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Noble Igwe exposes man who photoshopped his head into Noble’s body

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Media personality, Noble Igwe has called out a South African man who photoshopped his head onto his photo.

Noble Igwe exposes man who edited his head into Noble’s body

The blogger had posted a beautiful photo of himself standing by his doormat and surprisingly, another man in another part of the continent edited the photo and posted it on his timeline as himself.

Whilke reacting, Noble Igwe not only exposed the man by making comparison with the original photo, he mentioned that he is here to inspire a generation of men

Below is Noble’s reaction when he found the photo:

YOUR MCM DIDN’T COPY MY STYLE
YOUR MCM STOLE ME
I’m here to inspire a generation of men

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Four soldiers killed in Boko Haram attack in Borno

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Boko Haram members reportedly killed Four Nigerian soldiers during an attack in Gubio, Borno state on Saturday August 10th.

 

The insurgents descended on the Nigerian Army 5 Brigade in Gubio at about 6:00 p.m. on Saturday as they prepared for Eid Mubarak. The soldiers tried to defend their terrain but were killed and their equipment carted away by the terrorists.

 

Four gun trucks, one mortar gun and one artillery gun were stolen.

 

The attack forced military commanders to relocate troops and the 5 Brigade from Gubio, about 100 kilometres from Maiduguri, to Damasak, where the military operates a larger camp.

 

“Therefore, we now have no troops in Gubio, Magumeri and Kareto” a military source said

 

The military source expressed fears that the entire stretch between Maiduguri to Damasak, spanning over 160 kilometres, is now without military presence and may be vulnerable to attacks.

 

The Nigerian Army is yet to react to this recent attack.

 

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Buhari and APC appeals to Tribunal to remove Atiku’s 28,000 exhibits

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The Presidential Tribunal headed by Justice Mohammed Garba, have been asked to expunge 28,000 result sheets of the 2019 Presidential election in 10 states tendered by the Peoples Democratic Party’s candidate Alhaji Atiku Abubakar and also reject testimonies of his 40th, 59th and 60th witnesses.

 

Mr Segun Showunmi was Atiku’s 40th witness; David Njorga from Kenya, who was described by the petitioners as their “expert witness” was the PW 59; Joseph Gbenga, a data analyst was the PW 60.

 

The Tribunal was also asked to reject 33 documents which include Certified True Copies of Form CF001 (personal particulars) submitted by Buhari to the Independent National Electoral Commission as the presidential candidate of his party, other INEC documents and some newspaper reports. 

 

The true copies of polling unit, local government, ward and state result sheets challenged by President Buhari and the APC are from Yobe (1,732 result sheets), Kebbi (2,106), Borno (3,472), Kano (5,806), Bauchi  (3,599), Katsina (3,378), Jigawa (3,162), Kaduna (3,335A), Zamfara (eight) and Niger (1,797).

 

President Buhari and the APC also urged the tribunal to dismiss Atiku’s petition against Buhari for lacking in merit ahead of August 21, which is the expected day for parties to present their closing arguments.

 

Lateef Fagbemi (SAN), APC’s lawyer held that the documents should be expunged from the Tribunal’s proceedings because they were “wrongly admitted in evidence”, “legally inadmissible” and “are documentary hearsay evidence that should not have been admitted by the honourable court in the first place”. 

 

President Buhari’s lawyer, Chief Wole Olanipekun also argued that the testimonies of witnesses numbers 40, 59 and 60 were in violation of the March 6, 2019 order of the tribunal, which denied Atiku access to an alleged server in which they claimed INEC stored the authentic results of the last presidential election.

 

Punch reported that while Showunmi (PW40) tendered some video evidence to prove Atiku’s case of the existence of the server, Njorga (PW 59) gave evidence and tendered his report on the existence of the said server, Gbenga (PW 60) on the other hand gave evidence and tendered his report of the analysis of the results of the election in 11 states.

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There’s nothing like being comfortable in your own skin after having kids

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Celebrity stylist, Toyin Lawani shared this explicit photo of herself posing completely naked to take a swipe at those who criticized actress Mercy Aigbe for sharing bikini photos some days back.

 

Posting the racy photo to her page, the mother of two wrote: ‘Heard you people Are crying cause @realmercyaigbe wore bikini owunolelebashe , mercy Mabinu omode lonshewon next time you too wear Aso Oke when You are going swimming. ok, lemme just help you. There’s nothing like being comfortable in your own skin After kids, You can Be A Super Boss and still be sexy, No limits and No law says you can.’

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