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All The Exciting Events That Happened During The Week

It’s been one defining week that has put smiles on the faces of many. November definitely started on the right foot with the many amazing tales that it provided people. From people making daring moves to getting their names written in the stars, here is a rundown of the week:

Lion

Lion | Photo Chester Zoo

Mrs Daniel
We all know the story of Daniel in the bible and how he was involuntarily thrown into a lion’s den. But, in the case of Myah Autry, this happened on free will. Autry shot to notoriety after climbing into a lion’s enclosure at a zoo in the Bronx, New Jersey. She danced in front of the creature and taunted him, but managed to escape unscathed. Giving this victory, she told reporters that she is, in fact, a reincarnated lion while en route to appear in court for a shoplifting charge in New Jersey. Well, it’s Goodluck to you from here.

Burna Boy

Burna Boy. | Photo Al Nicoll Photography

It’s OluwaBurna
It has indeed been a great year for Burna Boy as he continues his reign of local and international dominance. The ‘Anybody’ crooner added another feature to his cap after he became somebody to be reckoned with after clinching the ‘Best African Act’ at the MTV Europe Music Awards in Spain edging out several other notable talents like Teni the Entertainer, Toofan, Prince Kaybee, Nasty C and Harmonize, this win makes him join an exclusive list of Nigerian superstars, 2Baba Idibia, D’Banj, Tiwa Savage and Davido who have won the much-coveted international honour.

Lionheart

Chief Godswill Obiagu (Nkem Owoh) and Adaeze (Genevieve Nnaji) in Lionheart

Piercing the Lion’s heart
The curtains have fallen on Nigeria’s hope of earning its first Oscars nomination at the Oscars 2020 following the Academy’s disqualification of Nigeria’s submission Lionheart. Lionheart which is Genevieve Nnaji’s first directional debut was submitted to race alongside 92 other films in the Best International Feature Film category. However, in an email sent to voters on Monday, the Academy announced that “Lionheart” was ineligible because of its excessive use of the English language which violates the Academy’s rule for entries into the Best International Feature category. This announcement angered a lot of celebrities around the world including Ava DeVarnay.

Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian | Photo NBC News

Religious Compromise
Reality TV star and entrepreneur, Kim Kardashian has opened up about having fights with her husband, Kanye West over his new religious views. This is coming after West converted to Christianity and has made some notable lifestyle changes. When asked on the American TV show The Talk if she supports her rapper husband’s new spiritual life journey, the mother of four responded that while it is good for the children, “I’m always gonna be me, and so, we had that discussion and that fight. ‘I think, at the end of the day that’s
what marriage is.” Way to go Kim!

Microsoft

Microsoft | Photo AFP

Redefining rest
A new dawn was ushered as workers at Microsoft Japan worked four days a week, had three days a weekend and still got their normal paycheck. That is not all, employees who took Fridays off were given special paid leave. The result of this according to the management was a 40%boost in productivity. Productivity also saw a decline in electricity costs, which fell by 23%. Due to this improvement, Microsoft Japan president and CEO Takuya Hirano plans to adopt fully, this method as it promises more productivity for the company.

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