Sunday, 16 June 2019

Mercy Johnson Okojie’s New Kitchen Talk Show “Mercy’s Menu”

Nollywood star, Mercy Johnson Okojie will be launching her new ‘kitchen talk show’ called Mercy’s Menu from July 2019 where she talks to fellow celebrities on their lifestyle, their opinion on life issues and their intimate secrets while cooking.

Kim Kardashian announces Partnership to Help Former Prisoners Get Jobs

On Thursday, reality tv star and entrepreneur Kim Kardashian returned to the White House, where she discussed her passion project – criminal justice reform – and announced a new partnership with Lyft, a ride-sharing service, to benefit former prisoners.

Gideon Okeke and his wife Chidera Uduezue are expecting their first child together

Nollywood actor Gideon Okeke and his wife Chidera Uduezue have some exciting news to share – they are PREGNANT!

Prince Harry and Meghan shared adorable photo of their son Archie

In the sepia-toned image shared on the Sussex Royal Instagram account, six-week-old Archie can be seen cutely clutching the Duke of Sussex's finger. The Prince's wedding band is also clearly visible.

Friday, 14 June 2019

Daniel Gillies and his wife Rachael Leigh Cook announced their separation

The two announced they were separating in joint Instagram statements on Thursday.
'With deep gratitude for every year we have spent together and the thousands of beautiful memories shared, we have mutually decided to separate as a couple,' they announced.

Chris Brown is going to be a father for the second time.

The 30-year-old R&B singer is expecting a child with his ex-girlfriend Ammika Harris according to a Friday report from Page Six.

Nigerian market interest rates edge upwards

For weeks we have been perplexed by one-year Naira-denominated risk-free rates lower than the 250 – 300 spread over inflation which we think foreign investors require. Last week rates moved back up. As we argue on page 2, a soft outlook for US rates does not necessarily mean lower rates in emerging markets, especially if a US slowdown in growth implies weak oil prices.