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Nigeria Beer is strong -Cardi B

American rapper, Cardi B had a blast after her wonderful musical performance at Livespot X Festival as she ended up getting drunk at the after party.

Cardi B
American rapper, Cardi B

The rap star had taken to her official Instagram story to reveal that she had lost a lot of energy and needed to take some nap after the herculean task.

In a new video, the Grammy award-winning rapper, who was already drunk, wondered how the small bottle of stout she drank had a huge impact on her.

“Nigerian beer is too strong, it’s like they add molly inside, I only took 1 bottle of beer and I feel fkdup” she lamented before she passed out at the backseat of her ride.

Celebrity barman, Cubana Chief Priest revealed that singer, Davido had instructed him to give the rapper 20 bottles of champagne worth N7M all the way from Barbados.

The American rapper, however, only took a bottle of beer and a little champagne before she started feeling dizzy.

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Fashola says Nigerian roads are not that Bad,Nigerians says he should take a road Trip.

The Minister of Works, Power and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, has said that our roads are not as bad as they are portrayed, and, well, Nigerians are not having it.

Punch reports that Fashola made this comment shortly after the Federal Executive Council meeting, where ₦58.4billion was approved for the construction of Bida-Sachi-Nupeko road and the Nupeko-Patigi Bridge across River Niger, linking Nupeko and Patigi in Niger and Kwara states.

“The roads are not as bad as they are often portrayed.” the minister said. “I know that this is going to be your headline, but the roads are not that bad”

Well, Nigerians disagree.

Twitter users have begun to share photos of the very many bad roads across the country, imploring the former Lagos State governor to take a road trip.

Segun | Legal 🔌@SegunOladejo_

I bet Fashola to take Lagos to Ilorin road in a public transport. That time we will know if Nigeria road is bad or not

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How will he know if the roads are bad, they said, if his primary route of Lagos to Abuja is plied through the air?

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Fashola says Nigerian roads not that bad, MAN, NECA disagreehttps://punchng.com/fashola-says-nigerian-roads-not-bad-man-neca-disagree/ 

Fashola says Nigerian roads not that bad, MAN, NECA disagree

The roads are not as bad as they are often portrayed. I know that this is going to be your headline, but the roads are not that bad – Fashola  The minister is not in touch with reality. He needs…

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Stephen Osazuwa@steveosaz

How is he supposed to know? Does he ply any of those roads? His primary route which is Lag-Abj, he does via air, so what is he talking about.
Fashola has now developed a reputation for talking nonsense and outright rubbish all the time.

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TheCable

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.@tundefashola: Our roads are not as bad as they are portrayed https://www.thecable.ng/fashola-our-roads-are-not-bad-they-are-portrayed  via @thecableng

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Fashola: Our roads are not as bad as they are portrayed

Addressing state house correspondents on Wednesday, the former Lagos state governor said most road projects in the country would have been completed

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balogun Jamiu@Beejay_nani

Mr Fashola its badder than that this is Lagos /Abeokuta express way in ewekoro LG

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Olushola Olufolabi@olushola_shola

UNTIL NIGERIANS HIT THE STREETS AND DEMAND TO TAKE THEIR COUNTRY BACK, THE NATION IS GOING NO WHERE GOOD UNDER THIS APC egbekegbe GOVERNMENT ‼️
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Fashola says Nigerian roads not that bad, MAN, NECA disagree

The roads are not as bad as they are often portrayed. I know that this is going to be your headline, but the roads are not that bad – Fashola  The minister is not in touch with reality. He needs…

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Uncle Joe@uncles_joe

Fashola always like to hallucinate .
Rt till it get to hon. Min of work.

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The Punch Newspapers

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Fashola says Nigerian roads not that bad, MAN, NECA disagree

The roads are not as bad as they are often portrayed. I know that this is going to be your headline, but the roads are not that bad – Fashola  The minister is not in touch with reality. He needs…

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onome peter@onomepeter1

This is agbor road to warrior
Then from warri to Benin dead road
Fashola please be mindful of your words.

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Fashola says Nigerian roads not that bad, MAN, NECA disagree

The roads are not as bad as they are often portrayed. I know that this is going to be your headline, but the roads are not that bad – Fashola  The minister is not in touch with reality. He needs…

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Vincent@One_NewMan

Mr. Fashola this is Owerri-Okigwe Federal Highway.

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Duchess Caroline@My_Lorac

This is Abuja -Jos road. Guys please, retweet till it get to Fashola. He need to see this.

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Duchess Caroline@My_Lorac

This is Abuja -Jos road. Guys please, retweet till it get to Fashola. He need to see this.

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Fashola says Nigerian roads not that bad, MAN, NECA disagree

The roads are not as bad as they are often portrayed. I know that this is going to be your headline, but the roads are not that bad – Fashola  The minister is not in touch with reality. He needs…

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Arthur Somadina@somadina_arthur

This is why they are pushing for the social media Bill so when they say rubbish we won’t be able reply their nonsense..Mr Fashola can you live in an Environment like this?

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Market Digest Nigeria@marketdigestng

“Nigerian roads not that bad”, MAN, NECA disagree with Fashola – https://wp.me/p8d8Js-9i3 

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Ogadi Chekwube Ejike@Haji_17th

Hello guys how about we do a trend on the roads in our areas to respond to Fashola. Here’s my this is iyanaiba busstop inward iba-lasu road https://twitter.com/vanguardngrnews/status/1192347527800078336 

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Vanguard Newspapers

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The Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, said on Wednesday that Nigerian roads are not as bad as they are being portrayed. He insisted that reports on the poor state of roads in the country are mere hype.https://www.vanguardngr.com/2019/11/nigerian-roads-not-as-bad-as-being-portrayed-fashola/ 

Nigerian president Buhari to visit south Africa

Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari. File photo: AP Photo/Ben Curtis.

JOHANNESBURG – Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari will this week travel to South Africa for a State visit, which will also mark the 20th anniversary of the Bi-National Commission (BNC).

Despite recent attacks on Foreign nationals in South Africa, both countries insist they share sound relations that were formally established in 1994.

The relations were established immediately after South Africa’s first democratic elections.

Last month hundreds of Nigerians were evacuated from South Africa as a result of the anti-foreigner violence that included the looting and burning of their shops.

Buhari has since met South Africa’s special envoy, Jeff Radebe, in Abuja. Radebe conveyed an apology on behalf of President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Formal relations between Nigeria and South Africa have been conducted through a BNC, established in 1999 as a structured bilateral mechanism to provide for political, economic, social, cultural, scientific and technical cooperation.

South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa will host Buhari on Thursday, 3 October 2019, said the Presidency in a statement on Tuesday.

Over the years the BNC recorded remarkable achievements, and provides a useful platform for enhancing bilateral relations, notably on the economic front.

There are more than 30 agreements which have been negotiated and signed since the establishment of the BNC, and which are at different stages of implementation.

These include the Bilateral Trade Agreement, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Economic and Technical Cooperation and an Agreement on Cooperation in Defence.

There is a significant footprint of South African companies currently doing business in Nigeria in various sectors, mainly in telecommunications, banking, retail, hospitality, mining, tourism, agriculture and construction and tourism.

The total value of trade between South Africa and Nigeria amounted to R50.8 billion in 2018. The major South African products exported to Nigeria include machinery and mechanical appliances; mineral products, and chemical Products.

Major products imported from Nigeria include mineral products, products of the chemicals or allied industries, base metals & articles, plastics and articles (rubber), vegetable products, machinery & mechanical appliances, etc.

One of the main features of the visit will be a Joint Business Forum with a focus on trade and investment.

“The State Visit will not only provide an opportunity for the two Presidents to strengthen and deepen political, economic, social and cultural relations between the two countries, but will also create space for deliberations on issues of mutual interest and concern pertaining to the continent and global governance,” said the SA Presidency.

Ramaphosa will be supported by several senior Cabinet ministers of departments that include International Relations and Cooperation; Defence and Military Veterans; Minerals and Energy; Trade and Industry; Police; State Security and Home Affa

17 years old Nigerian Born and raised in south Africa was shot dead by unknown gunman

As Nigerians mourn Mrs Obianuju Ndubuisi-Chukwu, a Nigerian insurance chief, who was murdered in South Africa. Ndubisi-Chukwu was the Deputy Director-General of the Chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria and was killed on June 13 in her hotel room.

However, the country has again recorded the ruthless assassination of a teenager, Chinonso Dennis Obiaju, 17, a Nigerian still in high school. He was shot dead in Johannesburg on Saturday.

The President of the Nigerian Union in South Africa, Mr Adetola Olubajo, who confirmed the killing to the News Agency of Nigeria, said that the deceased lived in Roodeprt, Johannesburg with his guardian.

Olubajo said that his guardian, Mr Mike Nsofor, disclosed that he was shot about 6.30pm.

“He went to buy an item from a shop with his friend and someone chased and opened fire on them, killing him,’’ he quoted the guardian.

He added that the family would be burying him in South Africa, noting that the union’s leaders in Johannesburg would be contacting him on the developments.

Olubajo said they were going to the Police today to finalise on the registry and provision of his papers.

“He was born here I learnt and the mother is in the U.S. I have spoken to Mike Nsofor to pass the Nigerian community’s condolences and call for justice to be served in this case as anybody who hunts down a young schoolboy couldn’t have any justifiable reasons,’’ Olubajo said.

He implored the Federal Government to urgently protect Nigerians in the Diaspora.

At least no fewer than 200 Nigerians have been killed in xenophobic attacks between 2016 and this year. According to unofficial sources, up to 800,000 Nigerians, mostly young people reside in South Africa.

Traffic Jam-Nigerian man calls helicopter to pick him up while stranded in a Traffic-video

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A man has shocked many motorists and other commuters on the Lagos-Benin Expressway after he called a helicopter to lift him out of traffic.

Many of the commuters were left shocked as the helicopter landed and picked up the unidentified man before flying into the sky.

The mesmerised commuters took out their phones to record the incident.

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@gidifeedtv: Nigerian Man Who Stuck In Traffic For Over 2 Hours On The Lagos Benin Expressway Called An Helicopter To Come Pick Him Up!!! @Gidi_Traffic

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