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TVC E. Alibaba narrates how some people are about to scam him, and failed attempts on him.
Alibaba took to his instagram page this morning to expose a young lady and others who has been trying to scam him in the past.
Read what he has to say:
''After my post this morning about someone who God revealed my number to, I have been flooded by munched chats from different people who were nearly scammed, scammed and are still being scammed.
In November last year, a friend of ours, got a call from a pastor he had never met, that he was shown a vision from God where he got a payment of 250m and and he should make payment of 50m into his (prophet's) account.
He had account details SEF. Our guy was shocked to see the text. He would have done it but he...
TVC E. Nigeria's indigenous rapper, Olamide, brought down the house at his concert in New York city and you can see all the action in these photos.
The Olamide Live in Concert – New York Edition’ was held at the Amazura Hall, Jamaica, Queens, New York and from the photos, we can see it was a great show.
Olamide looked like he got into the spirit of the performances with all he had.
Nigerians and people of other nationalities came out to enjoy live music from the YBNL crew and friends.
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TVC E. It’s taken 60 years, but that doesn’t stop this 102-year-old from being proud of finally getting her degree.
Cecilia ‘Dolly’ Mischel Boarman has finally received her scroll for her course in education which she started when she was 40 in 1957.
But she had to leave Brescia University, Kentucky, before she finished her studies.
Now, Dolly has been awarded an Associate of Arts Honoris Casua, an honorary degree, and she’s pretty chuffed about it.
I am so thrilled to finally get a diploma after all these years
According to the Messenger-Inquirer, she is now Brescia University’s oldest living alumna.
The university found out about Dolly’s degree when Tracy Naylor, the school’s Vice President for Institutional Advancement, was told by Dolly’s daughter.
The pair were arranging a visit with alumni when Jovita Boarman Fine said she had taken classes with her mother, who lives with her in Prescott, Arizona.
Naylor then asked Cheryl Clemons, the Vice President for Academic Affairs, if...