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Incredible! Doctors discover 36 Year Old Baby Skeleton inside Indian Woman

After nearly four decades after her unborn infant died, doctors in India have removed a baby’s skeleton from inside its mother. An Indian woman Kantabai Thakre became pregnant in 1978 at the age of 24. Doctors said the ectopic pregnancy (a complication of pregnancy in which the embryo implants outside the uterine cavity) had little […]

Karreuche: “All the Negativity & Death Wishes are Quite a Lot” | BET Boss Apologizes

The Beyhive community is one ferocious group. After Chris Brown‘s girlfriend Karrueche Tran joked about Blue Ivy Carter‘s hair on BET’s 106 & Park, the internet and most especially Beyoncé‘s fans attacked her via social media. She later sent out a tweet that she was reading off of a teleprompter. Karrueche has also issued a […]

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New Music: Lamboginny & Clay – Broken

Sure you never see this coming! It’s fresh, dope, clinical and compassionate… Dancehall crooner, Mr. Loverman aka Lamboginny hit us so soon with another epic and quality piece of music titled #BROKEN. Yes! Lamboginny is not left alone on this heroic and empathetic sound but guarded by the lyrical proficiency of an incognito rapper “CLAY” […]

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Ebola: Primary and Secondary Schools’ Resumption Postponed Till October 13th, 2014

The Federal Government of Nigeria announced that all primary and secondary schools in the country will resume on October 13th, 2014 in a precautionary measure to ensure that the Ebola outbreak has been contained by time children resume school. The Minister of Education, Ibrahim Shekarau announced the new resumption date after a marathon meeting with […]

VIDEO: 2face Idibia & T-Pain Perform + Iyanya Tribute To 2face @ AFRIMMA 2014

Governor Godswill Akpabio, Yvonne Chaka Chaka and 2face Idibia Celebrated at AFRIMMA Awards 2014. At the just concluded biggest African music awards in Diaspora AFRIMMA, it was a night of celebration of African music as well as African icons who have played a prominent role in the emancipation of African music. Apart from the regular […]