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17 Oct 2020
"Double Wahala" crooner Oritsefemi has shut down allegations that he physically assaulted his wife Nabila. Last week, the singer was in the news after Nabila moved out of their matrimonial home to stay with actress Caroline Hutching. There were speculations that Nabila fled the house because Oritsefemi physically abuses her. The rumours were fuelled further…
8 Nov 2019
The serial discoveries of ‘torture centres’ some have dressed as ‘correctional centres’ in some cities around the country are not only unedifying and unfortunate, but the spectacles testify to the existence of ‘slavery’ in modern-day Nigeria.

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