Nigerians remain the happiest people in the world for obvious reasons. Everything our hands touch or our eyes see, we turn to gold. Most times, our hands are put to work, eerm, not really but on social media, once a Nigerian is involved, it’s sure to go viral. So luck shone on Eli Waduba Yusuf and others like him after his painting of American celebrity, Kevin Hart made him go viral on social media. Hold on, wait till you see the hilarious paintings that sprung up afterwards.
Right now, I’m trying so hard to hold it in, I just can’t help but laugh at Don Jazzy right now. The artist nailed that NOSE like a pro. 😂
Well, Mr Austin Abayi jumped on the trend and delivered this masterpiece, sadly, he got some shading from the celebrity himself. In Yoruba, it’s called Ela Oju kaan. Let’s continue.
Diva of Life, Mercy Johnson looked ravishing in this breathtaking pencil sketch clearly showing her endowed figures and angelic face. *coughs* 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
But why, why would anyone do this to Peruzzi. This artist must be related to Amaka because all I see is disappointment. lmao
Hmmm, what’s happening here, I don’t understand what this artist did to Adesuwa’s lips and that head on Banky W, EPIC!👍
I can just imagine Ay saying this, ” After investing years in Nigerian comedy and hitting millions in the process, is this the kind of reward I get? Nigerians why are you people like this. Una Papa oh ” 🤣🤣
Ah hanty Tiwa no be hangry, at least he got the design on your fabric.
Lady Toks got her share of the banter. We can’t help but love this painting of her.
Trust us to go global with this delivery of Music star, Beyonce. A quality painting you can’t deny. lol
I reserve my comment. * sips tea *
Buhahahahahahahaha, Reminisce sorry oh
And it wouldn’t have been complete without the street king himself, Olamide Baddo
Oya show them group picture. 😂😂😂 Phyno nwanne looked dashing in this one and Tiwa Savage again got a double dose of love. From pencil to Biro, Babe is on fire.
And finally, done by yours truly. I present the one and only, Cossy Ojiakor
If you’ve got any more photos, kindly share your thoughts with us in the comment section below and don’t forget to share. We can’t wait to see more from our talented artists out there. If you’re planning on joining the crew, please feel free to send us your sketch. it will definitely go viral.
A young man has sparked the interest of many Nigerians on social media, after a video of him driving a 2018 Rolls Royce to the slum, to visit his mother in the slum where she stays, emerged.
The young man, who is rumoured to be an internet fraudster shook a locality in Agege, Lagos, after he appeared at his mother house, with the car worth millions of naira.
The people in the locality couldn’t hold their joy, as one for heir own appeared in a car, which many of them have only seen in music videos. They definitely rolls out the drums, wore their dancing shoes and sang songs of joy.
After the Presidential and National Assembly elections, some analyst suggest that President Buhari is now the most powerful leader Nigeria has had since the return to democratic rule in 1999.
They base their analysis on the fact that the contending forces that have been deciding who eventually become President since that time was in open opposition to the President’s second term ambition, choosing instead to support the candidacy of former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, who contested under the umbrella of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
Despite the huge opposition and the mountain Buhari had to climb, the President eventually won a second term in office, thereby not making him beholden to these political gladiators.
One of such persons is former President Olusegun Obasanjo. OBJ, as he is fondly called by his admirers, is one of the most vocal opponents of Buhari in the last year, the former President, though supported Buhari’s bid to the Presidency four years ago, he has since turned his back on his former Army colleague and insists that president is not fit to hold office following his poor performance in the last four years.
Obasanjo has remained untouchable since leaving office in 2007 but it now appears that his invincibility could be shattered in Buhari’s second term in office and it seems the President his ready for a fight.
Recently, President Buhari suggested that he is keen to open an investigation into the $16 Billion spent on Power during Obasanjo’s administration, Buhari insists that the despite the huge amount of money spent on improving power supply, there is no justifiable change in the sector.
“The PDP still owes Nigerians explanation on how it spent the humongous resources that accrued to the country from oil sales between 1999 and 2014.
“They said they spent $16 billion on energy, but where is the electricity? The irresponsible expense of that period has not been explained, and Nigerians merit an answer on that terrible mismanagement of the country,” Buhari said.
The bulk of that money was spent during the administration of Obasanjo and Buhari is believed to be keen on getting to the bottom of the situation.
Some also suggest that Buhari is looking to pay back Obasanjo for all the antagonistic comments he has made about his administration in the last year, a situation that could see the former President and his allies behind bars.
Should we rejoice at this development? Well, it looks like Nigerians are having mixed reactions over the sudden announcement by the Federal Republic Of Nigeria on his social media handle. The reactions are too numerous to count. See the latest announcement below.
While some people are yet to get over defeat,
Some Nigerians are not having it at aaaall for Mr President. I know I speak for many when I say, ‘NEVER GONNA HAPPEN’
While so many things are going through my mind over this latest tweet, I can’t help but imagine how good a dose of the obvious would feel. Just *chinkuli* to serve as punishment for all the times I had to pass my favourite cookies because I was too broke to afford it. 😈
Let’s not get started on the whole immunity drama as long as you’re under Baba’s wings. 🙄 For a moment though, I actually wished I knew the man. *sips tea quietly*
Just like others before now, except the fact that Buhari publicly declared it, I see no reason why he should have announced it though because, like I always say, the internet never forgets. But the sad truth is that remembrance or not, proof or not, these guys will do whatever they want regardless and all we can do is sit and watch and roar on social media. I taya!
Let’s face it, a lot of lies have been told in this administration. Who remembers the rats that chased Baba out of the Villa? lmao 🤣
Even though I was taught to pray for my leaders, I simply don’t understand how praying for this one has become an uphill task.
Well, let’s look at it from another angle 👇
Me shaking my head when I look at some Nigerians and their comments, like, ‘You guys are the worst hit in this economic crisis oh’
Finally, someone spoke my mind.
In the meantime,
For we are many who are tired;
I still can’t wrap my head around this dude
Forget all the drama, those open teeth we saw, in the beginning, got girls drooling and I’m sure the lucky ones … I think I should keep kwayet here. lol!
Dear Mr President, in order not to sound harsh, you can continue to fight in Daura. At least your fighting skills are put to good use. Mbok!
In all of this, my major concern right now is…👇
Are you moved by this announcement? let us know in the comment section below. Cheer up things will get better. 🍸🥂🍻🍹🍰
When we said that Nigeria were giving to us by our fathers, make no mistake about it, and we will do anything in our power to keep this country as one. No power or people can change this long staying rules and command.
What happens in 1967 to 1970 is on a blink to repeat itself if this new generation seeking to restore what their forefathers didn’t restore. It will be more bloody for them if such action is to be carried out again in my time.I was too low for them in the python dance, this time I will not care what the outside world will say, which am sure they will say nothing once am still alive.
It will be best for them to keep away from anything that will anger another round of genocide, because we must keep Nigeria a as one, just as it was written from time.According to the President, they had strict and formal instructions to exercise restraint against Biafrans during the three-year conflict between 1967 and 1970.
He recalled that every military commander was issued instructions in dispatches handed to them from then Head of State, General Yakubu Gowon, that Biafrans were not enemies but brothers and sisters to other Nigerians.
The President spoke at the Aso Rock Villa during his investiture as Grand Patron of the Nigerian Red Cross Society (NRCS), where he promised to assist the organisation secure permanent office accommodations in Abuja.Buhari praised Gowon for the clement gesture he described, and also the role of the Red Cross in bringing succour to victims of the war, even in dangerous circumstances, noting that the pathetic pictures of war-ravaged Biafrans were always heartrending.
“Earlier in my profession, during the Civil War, I know how much sacrifice members of the Nigerian Red Cross and their international counterparts did, both in the real front of operations and at the rear, on both sides. I think it is a lot of sacrifices, because anything can happen to you in the operational areas,” the President said.
“The risks they faced were real and I admire their courage and commitment to helping people who were in distress and were virtually in millions. Those photographs of people from the Biafra enclave spoke a lot.
“I remember with nostalgia the performance of the Commander-in-Chief, General Gowon. Every commander was given a copy of the Commander-in-Chief’s instructions that we were not fighting enemies, but that we were fighting our brothers. And thus, people were constrained to show a lot of restraint.
“The international observer teams were allowed to go as far as possible within and outside the front, and I think this was generous and very considerate of General Gowon. He is a highly committed Nigerian.”On his promise to assist the organisation secure permanent office accommodations in Abuja, Buhari said, “I have taken note of your logistics, especially your request for office here.
“I assure you that the government will do its best when you decide to build such facilities in terms of securing an area here within the Federal Capital Territory, and we hope you will not do the Nigerian ways of doing things.“To use the words of a famous Nigerian Minister: ‘I hope you will not build an elephantine headquarters’ [but one] which is going to be functional because we have seen your activities throughout the country,” he said.
In his remarks, the head of delegation and National President of the NRCS, Chief Bolaji Anani, said the organization has over 800,000 trained volunteers based in communities across the 774 local government areas of the federation.He petitioned the President to assent to the bill amending the Red Cross Act of 1960, whenever the National Assembly, which is debating it, eventually gives its approval. The Act has not been reviewed since it was passed in 1960.
“A review is long overdue. We note with pleasure that the current National Assembly is in the process of doing that. In fact, the revision has already undergone public hearing.“We hope when the revised bill is passed by the National Assembly it will be graciously assented to by Mr. President,” Anani said.He further appealed to President Buhari to restore federal government grants, subventions and programme support to the society to enable it discharge its mandate diligently.
Among other petitions Anani requested were operational vehicles for ease of the work, restoration of annual grants from the federal government, and special government recognition and awards to Red Cross officials and volunteers who have exceeded in service or even paid the ultimate price in service to the fatherland and humanity, in a bid to motivate more humanitarian gestures.
Anani lamented that the Nigerian Red Cross has been operating from rented premises since it moved its headquarters from Lagos to Abuja, with inadequate space to store relief materials and equipment.
NCRS is the Nigerian arm of the global humanitarian Red Cross and and Red Crescent Movement present in over 193 countries, and played a major role in providing relief materials to beleaguered and starving Biafrans during the Nigerian Civil War when Nigeria’s Southeast and South-South sought independence from the rest of the country.
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