Osaze Odemwingie & Wife Celebrates 1st Son’s Birthday As They Expect Second Baby In June

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Osaze Odemwingie took to twitter to announce that they are expecting their second child who would be delivered by June this year. The couple also celebrated their first son’s ‘Noah’ one year old birthday yesterday instead of today because most of their family and friends were around.
Congrats to them!!!

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Happy Birthday lil’ Noah… Love the cake**><

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Reggae is coming back to life…

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A style of Jamaican popular music blending blues, calypso, and rock-‘n’-roll, characterized by a strong syncopated rhythm and lyrics of social protest… Check out his photos below..

Akintunde Blazee popularly known as (Jimi Blazee) otherwise (Captain Blazee) was born in Lagos western part of Nigeria. His interest in music began around age 16 when he started singing Gospel in his church choir. He later became the major vocalist and acting choir master in the church around two years later, and ended up doing secular music (afro/pop) before finally embraced reggae music at 25 years in Ibadan city (the largest city of Africa). Five years after known in Ibadan with his revolution music he relocated to Lagos were he started perfuming and doing music with other
big artist from within and other neighboring countries. He has been writing some materials for his new album and his new video (running falling) will be out soon directed by SEANBERT CONCEPT.
Look for him to be on AFRICA tour shortly with both albums “GHETTO SOLDIER” and “AFRICA UNITY”.
You can get more of Jimi Blazee on facebook.com/jimiblazee
Go check out ‘Captain Blazee’ songs and like his facebook page.

Let’s embrace rock ‘n’ roll!;:
BAU!!!

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Here’s something late BBC presenter Komla Dumor posted recently

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BBC Focus on Africa presenter Komla Dumor died suddenly in his home in London yesterday Jan. 18th. He was just 41.
Here’s something he posted on his Facebook page recently…

God has been v good to me.,last year I experienced a lot of illness ..my BP nearly gave me a stroke but I trod on..waking up at 2am and heading to work..exhausted sometimes..aching in my body a soul..mentally and emotionally drained ..but I kept going ..I smiled for the camera..I volunteered for extra shifts ..I showed respect to my colleagues from directors to the security guards..I took a lot of jealousy driven vicious insults and backstabbing from petty people without reply..I remain silent in my personal strife and misery..I kept smiling and pushing on to present better and to engage w my audience and increase my following.,long days and frustrating times..but I kept going..through the west gate mall coverage through the Mandela funeral..even when illness had me collapsing I delivered..today my boss the head of television called me for a 1 minute meeting..he said Komla we have decided to make you the anchor presenter for our coverage of the World Cup in Brazil ..we shook hands and I left..I looked to the sky and said thank you Lord for reminding me that you are on my side ..the enemy will be scattered..Selah!Selah! Praise Him..tomorrow is another day.
Tomorrow is not promised. Live Your Best Life. Komla sure did! May his soul rest in peace…Amen.