Ashanti who is in Moscow, Russia where she performed at the Bravo Awards held in the Historic Bolshoi Theater and other shows, went there with her hot mother, Tina Douglas, and shared photos of them both together.
Her mum looks so young and could pass for her friend or sister.
She also got to meet popular Swedish actor, Dolph Lundgren, and Nicole Scherzinger who were both present at the Award.
ThisDay Style, they have released another issue of their weekly Sunday publication and it stars the stunning Funke Akindele-Bello.
Photographed by Ty Bello, the award winning Nollywood actress, entrepreneur and face behind the multi-award winning show/brand “Jenifa” is dazzling on the cover as she spills all about herself, her brand and everything else in between.
Omoyele Sowore, publisher of Sahara Reporters has said he is ready to die to ensure Nigeria takes it space back from those he described as “drug dealers, certificate forgers, money launderers, political manipulators, and assassins”.
The Lagos State Police Commissioner, Fatai Owoseni has increased the number of policemen deployed to areas prone to suicide attempts.
The Commissioner, Rapid Response Squad of the Command, Tunji Disu, made the disclosure on Saturday.
When asked if there was any report of suicide attempts in the last 24 hours, Disu said, “There has been none. But in such an instance, (witnesses) should call 112 or 767. The numbers are working. The policemen are there. We have policemen on the bridges everywhere.
A 46yr old sexual predator accused of raping a woman on a hospital bed walked free from justice as a judge acquitted him because his victim did not call for help.
Although she said 'enough!' to the former colleague accused of raping her, the court ruled that this constituted too weak a reaction to prove that she was sexually attacked. Judge Diamante Minucci said:
'There was no crying, no screaming. You didn't push him away. We have to ask why?'
Imo governor, Rochas Okorocha has urged the federal government to release the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu.
Okorocha, who stated this in an interview with The Sun while speaking on the Biafra agitation, said the continued detention of Kanu is making him a hero.
He said, “On the issue of Kanu and IPOB, I have a different opinion altogether and I think it has been over-dramatised and over pursued, we will just find out that it has not given us any key result. See, approach is key in life and how you look at things. I think what we must do as Igbo is to let the Federal Government see the reasons to release Kanu because keeping Kanu there is making him a hero out of nothing. He should be released.