Connect with us

Lifestyle

Lekki Flood: Why my house is not affected – Bovi

Published

on

If he had not bought land during the rainy season, Nigerian stand-up comedian, actor and writer, Bovi Ugboma, would probably have been experiencing flooding at his residence in Lekki, Lagos.

The comedian said this in a short video he posted on Twitter, on Sunday.

In the video he showed the environment of his residence and wrote: “Permission to brag with my own part of Lekki! 365 days a year”

“Na una first buy better land /house,” a Twitter user asked while replying to Bovi’s post. “We buy during the rainy season,” the comedian replied.

Advertisement

His post comes after a major flood outbreak in Lagos wreaked havoc on most places.

Many cars were trapped in flood as a result of downpour in different parts of the state.

Houses in Orile-Agege were submerged as commuters waded through buses knee-high in floods.

Two residents of Orile-Agege were declared missing, while four were rescued in the incident.

Advertisement
Continue Reading
Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Entertainment

[Video] Did you know that cars are never turned off at the coldest city in the world?

Published

on

Did you know that cars are never turned off at the coldest city in the world?

See full video below;

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Nollytrailers.com (@nollytrailers)

Advertisement

Continue Reading

Lifestyle

Pastor Kingsley warns against desperate marriage decision

Published

on

Nigerian cleric and relationship coach, Pastor Kingsley Okonkwo has revealed that some women place their marriage above God.

Okonkwo, who is famous for his opinions on relationships and marriages, revealed that some women’s utmost priority is marriage to the extent that it is placed even above God and their wellbeing.

He emphasised that personal fulfillment in marriage can only come when a woman first discover delight in her single life.

Using the biblical account of Esau, Pastor Kingsley warned against desperate decisions.

Advertisement

He wrote:

“Some women place marriage above God, above their own well-being and even that of their unborn children.

“Anything done in desperation never births something good …ask Esau. Ladies one of the major steps to being happily married is being happily single.”

Advertisement
Continue Reading

Lifestyle

Queen Camilla Dance In Kenya With Maasai Women

Published

on

Queen Camilla participated in a traditional dance with Maasai women while visiting a donkey sanctuary in Nairobi, Kenya, The Royal Family Channel uploaded a dance video of the Queen to YouTube.

‘The Sweet Moment Queen Camilla Joined Traditional Kenyan Dance,’ the caption for the video says. While visiting a Nairobi donkey sanctuary, the Queen joined women in a traditional dance. On the second day of a state visit to the nation, Her Majesty was informed about the work of the Kenyan Society for the Protection and Care of Animals.”

The majesty can be seen in the video attempting to time her movements to those of Masai dancers as they perform traditional tunes.

 

Advertisement

 

 

 

 

 

Advertisement

Continue Reading

Trending

%d bloggers like this: