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Six Lagos traders arraigned for assaulting Liz Anjorin

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The police have arraigned six traders before a court for allegedly assaulting and blackmailing Lizzy Anjorin, the actress.

Reports on Monday claimed Anjorin stole gold in a market in Lagos Island.

Other reports alleged that the actress made a fake transaction after buying goods worth N91,000 from a store inside the market.

In a now-viral video, the film star was seen sitting in a store while attempting to defend herself.

But on Thursday, the police arraigned six traders before the chief magistrate court in Lagos Island.

The defendants, identified as Qudus Jokogbola, Suru Olawale, Edu Shakirat, Fausat Mohammed, Kafayat Ahmed, and Opere Simiat Morenike were accused of assaulting the actress.

Sola Samuel, the prosecuting counsel, said the defendants conspired to forcefully push and drag Anjorin, causing her grievous bodily harm around 1:30 pm on Monday inside Oba Akintoye Market in Lagos Island.

Samuel told the court that the defendants’ actions caused a breach of public peace.

He added that their actions violated sections 411 and 413; 168(d) and 170(b) of the Criminal Laws of Lagos State, 2015, and are punishable under the same Act.

All defendants, however, pleaded not guilty to the charges.

Ade Oshodi, the representative of the defendants, prayed the court to grant them bail in the most liberal terms, stating they were traders.

In his ruling, A.A. Paul, the presiding magistrate, granted each defendant bail in the sum of N200,000 with one surety each.

The sureties must be Lagos residents with evidence of tax payment.

He ordered that the defendants be remanded in the Nigerian Correctional Services until they meet their bail terms.

The case was adjourned till March 11 for mention.

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‘Asake will cut his hair, become a pastor by end of 2024’ — Nigerian prophet, Gideon Isah declares

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Gideon Isah, the Nigerian prophet, says Asake, the award-winning singer, will “become a pastor by the end of 2024”.

Isah gave his prophecy at about the same when the ‘Lonely At The Top’ hitmaker provoked outrage on social media over his controversial visuals for ‘Only Me’, his hit single.

Asake, a Muslim, was accused of “disrespecting the Christian faith” in his music videos.

In the now-viral video posted on his TikTok page, Isah prophesied that Asake would “cut off his hair” and start “preaching all around the world”.

The cleric, who is the founder of Apostle Gideon Isah Ministries, claimed that the singer’s mother had been told of her son’s greatness earlier by a “celebrity pastor”.

Isah –who referred to himself as the “first son of Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin” — also said Asake has deviated from his mother’s promise to God. He added that “God is going to arrest him”.

“There is a Nigerian musician that God wants to use him. His name is Asake. God wants to use him as a pastor. He is going for a barb all his hair and he will become a pastor,” he said.

“I am prophesying. I’m not telling you. This is what God said that Asake is going to become a pastor who will be preaching all around the world. He should ask his mother when his mother was looking for him.

“She went to a celebrity pastor and the pastor prayed for her and he told her she was going to carry a baby boy and the boy would be great.

“The mother said if she can have that boy she is going to allow the boy to do anything God wants. And he has deviated. God wants him back and God is going to arrest him. And the arrest is going to come before the end of 2024. Watch out and see.”

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Kate Henshaw loses mum

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Kate Henshaw, the Nollywood actress, has lost her mother.

Emeka Rollas, the president of the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN), confirmed the news in a post on his Instagram page on Saturday.

Rollas shared his condolences to the family of the ace actress.

The AGN president also described the demise of Henshaw’s mother as a “sad day” for the AGN.

“Sad Day for Actors Guild of Nigeria. Kate Henshaw lost her mother earlier today,” he wrote.

The actress is the public relations officer of the AGN.

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JUST IN: Mr Ibu is dead

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John Okafor, the ace Nollywood actor popularly known as Mr Ibu, has passed away.

In October last year, the ace actor revealed he was battling with a life-threatening illness.

Ibu, who spoke from a hospital bed, also cried out for financial assistance over the medical condition.

The film star’s plight prompted calls on social media for the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) to assist one of its own.

Several people announced their donations to the ailing actor, including the Abubakar Bukola Saraki (ABS) Foundation, which revealed it “paid the entire medical expenses of Ibu”.

On November 6, Ibu’s family revealed that the actor’s leg had been amputated after undergoing seven surgeries. He, however, remained in the hospital where had been recuperating.

The 63-year-old actor had delved into acting since the early 2000s but rose to fame for his role in the movie ‘Mr Ibu,’ which was released in 2004.

He also featured in a plethora of movies such as ‘Coffin Producers’, ‘Husband Suppliers’, ‘International Players’, ‘Mr.Ibu in London’ and ‘Police Recruit’

Ibu was well known for renowned for his comedic roles and he earned several nominations and awards for his craft.

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