Funke Adesiyan responds to Tonto Dikeh’s threat

This month should just be named the clapback month. So much energy flying here and there, its exciting. Now, let's bring you up to speed on this gist. So, Tonto Dikeh revealed in an interview with Daddy \freeze,  that her ex husband, Churchill Olakunle, was a yahoo plus man, rented the houses he claimed he bought, lasts 40 seconds in bed, cheats, lies, amongst others. She has supporters and people who were against her actions. Amongst such people was Funke Adesiyan. On May 1, 2019, she threw a shade at Tonto, tagging her as someone who has refused to let go. See post: “Some partners are toxic. Their toxicity will destroy you, your core and existence. May God not let us fall victims of “oloriburuku” partners. Amen! #disgracetowomanhood. Don’t know why it’s so difficult for her moving on!” Tonto isn't one to take such subs, so, she responded hot hot, promising Funke a broken...

Lady threatened for bleaching her skin

TVC E.  Lady who was told to bleach her skin in order to look prettier reveals she's been receiving death threats since the story broke 22-year-old Takara Allen who lives in Adelaide, Australia received a message from a Tinder date suggesting she bleached her skin to look 'whiter and prettier'. She shared the message online and she says she's received support, encouragement and death threats. ...

We don’t recognise Biafran passport -US,UK

TVC NEWS : Britain has said it does not support the agitation for the creation of a Biafran nation from Nigeria. The British High Commission yesterday at Abuja explained that the position of the UK government during the civil war was a matter of historical record. In a statement by the Press and Public Affairs Officer, British High Commission, Abuja by Mr. Joe Abuku, it was announced that the governments of the United States and the United Kingdom will not recognize the passports being issued by the Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra. Here is the statement. “The answer is unequivocally ‘NO’. The UK does not recognize the so-called Biafran passport.'' “The position of the UK Government during the Biafran War is a matter of historical record. The UK Government’s position, which reflected the Charter of the Organisation of African Unity, was to recognize the borders laid down at independence. The Biafran War...