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Wizkid shows off his new pet goat; asks what he should name it

Thursday 1 March 2018

In a time like this, where it seems that the country is close to being dominated by lower animals as some have proven to be rather smarter than some of us, after mysteriously copping away a humongous amount of money recently, Nigerian singer, Wizkid has decided to make one his domestic pet.
0Abass Akande Obesere aka Omo Rapala, has hit out at his colleague in the fuji genre of Yoruba music, Ayinde Ayinde Marshal aka K1 over the latter’s claim to the unofficial title of ‘King of Fuji.’

According to Obesere, “After the death of Alhaji Sikiru Ayinde Barrister, K1 started parading himself as the new king of Fuji. He can’t be the  new King when General Kollington Ayinla is still alive. That is rude! Ayinla has been playing music long before all of
us, that makes him our father.

“Even after Ayinla’s death, K1 will still not have the right to call himself the leader of fuji musicians. He has never been a King over me. He is the Lord of his own music. He is rude to even the elderly ones and that is why someone like me will never agree with him on anything. This type of bad attitude of his is what has made me not to respect him.”

Going further, Obesere revealed that all is not well between him and K1 despite the friendly mien they put up in public glare because according to him, K1 is anti-progress. “I am the type of person who will always voice out when I am not cool with something. Even K1 himself knows I don’t take sh*t from anyone. He tries to sing about me, say good things about me whenever we are together in public, all to let people think all is well between us and to curry my good side. But we both know that is all camouflage. K1 doesn’t like anyone who is making progress. He’s a snob,” he said.

“He doesn’t have a good character. Because of him, I want to change my kind of music from Fuji. I give respect to only those who deserve it” Obesere concluded.


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The singer showed off his new and rather weird pet – a kid – on social media and everyone has been left to think… What kinda sorcery is this?!

He adorned the animal – that most Nigerians will breed to become the centre of attraction in their peppersoup – with nice jewels and asks his fans to welcome it to his family.

He also gave his fans the liberty of giving it a name… Do you have a name for it?


There’s so much more to garlic than cooking and vampire slaying (have you heard about that?). From treating cold sores and athlete’s foot to repelling mosquitoes and repairing glass, here are some clever ways to use garlic effectively and save money.

Health &amp; Beauty

1. Maintain Good Health. With properties that are thought to help your heart and liver, boost your metabolism of iron, prevent cancer, and fight against bacteria and viruses, garlic is a vital component of a healthy diet. Try to eat one or two cloves every day!

2. Cure a Cold. For thousands of years, garlic has been known as a treatment for coughs and colds. And, while the science isn’t all there yet, limited research has suggested that garlic will help treat these wintertime ailments. Mince a clove of garlic and steep it in hot water for about 5 minutes. Strain out the garlic and drink. It’s a natural cough syrup! You can also try to eat 3 raw cloves a day around cold and flu season to prevent catching a bug.

3. Get Rid of Acne. Cut a clove of garlic in half and rub it over the affected area. Done regularly, the antibacterial properties found in garlic cloves will help to clear up your complexion.

4. Treat Cold Sores. Like in treating acne, cut a clove of garlic in half and apply it directly to the sore. It might sting a little, but it’s been shown to work just as effectively as commercial treatments for getting rid of those unsightly sores.

5. Treat Athlete’s Foot. If there’s anything garlic doesn’t like, it’s fungus, so treating your athlete’s foot with the stuff works wonders! Crush a couple of cloves and toss them in a foot bath filled with warm water. Soak for about half an hour.

Pest Control

6. Use as a Pesticide in your Garden. Skip those harmful commercial pesticides and use a natural, DIY (Do It Yourself) method with garlic instead!
To make Garlic spray; blend 100 grams of grated and crushed garlic cloves, 0.5 litres of water and 10 grams of soap (Use potash based soft soap that is used for washing dishes and not the modern washing powders that contain caustic soda which will harm plants). Mix well. Strain the mixture through a fine cloth. Dilute the solution in 5 litres of water.

How to use: Mix the solution well before applying to the affected plants. Use as a spray or sprinkle using twigs or grass tied together to form a whisk. For best effect, use the mixture immediately.
Garlic is effective against a wide range of diseases and insects at different stages in their life cycle (egg, larvae, adult). This includes ants, aphids, army worms, caterpillars, Colorado beetle, diamondback moth, pulse beetle, whitefly, wireworm, false codling moth, imported cabbage worm, khapra beetle, mice, mites, moles, Mexican bean beetle, peach borers and termites as well as fungi and bacteria.

7. Repel Mosquitoes &amp; Other Insects. Have you ever heard that the best thing to kill a vampire is garlic? Do you know why? Well, one major theory is that, like vampires, blood-sucking mosquitoes are afraid of garlic. You can rub garlic on your skin to ward off mosquitoes, if you like, but you can also leave out cloves of garlic in areas where mosquitoes flock.

8. Warning: Don’t Feed Your Pets Garlic. There’s a school of thought out there that garlic will help protect your dogs and cats for fleas, ticks, and other pesky critters. While this is true, garlic can be very toxic for animals. As the ASPCA notes, “An occasional small amount, such as that in most commercial pet foods and treats, may not cause a problem, but because of the risk, we generally recommend that you avoid feeding your pets products that contain more concentrated amounts of garlic.”

9. Repair Glass. Think of this as a quick fix for mildly-damaged glass — rub the sticky juice of a crushed clove of garlic onto the hairline cracks, wiping away an excess liquid. Garlic is a natural adhesive, so it’ll help the glass to stay together and prevent any further damage.

10. Use as a Glue. On the same note, you can use garlic in place of glue for other things, such as paper crafts.

11. De-Ice Surfaces. In a pinch, garlic salt works wonders in de-icing roads, sidewalks, and other surfaces.

12. Make a DIY Surface Cleaner. Chop up a 3-4 cloves of garlic, and toss them in a spray bottle filled with white vinegar. Add a couple drops of lemon oil and voila — you have yourself a DIY disinfectant spray! [Care2]

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