The chart topper is currently in Sydney and attended the ARIA awards wearing a crop top and matching fishnet pencil skirt in metallic purple python heels. You like?
Thursday, November 27, 2014
Not just Nollywood actors/actresses are venturing to politics,Hollywood celebs are interested too.Speaking to ITV News at Ten's Julie Etchingham. The Oscar winner said:
'I've always gone wherever I felt I was needed.'When I started working with the UN, I felt I loved working in the field and I felt I was useful in the field and then there was a point where I realised that I was only so useful in the field because someone had to go to Washington and plea the case.' 'So then I would do that,' she continued. 'I don't know what that means or where that will lead me.'When asked what she thought of President Barack Obama's handling of Syria, she replied: 'I'm not here to criticise or pass judgment on a particular leader, including my own President, but I will say that we have overall a failing of international leadership when we have 51 million people displaced from conflict.'[That is] More people displaced than since after World War II, when we have completely open-ended conflicts, when we have crises like Syria. 'We seem to be completely unable to handle it and make ground and help all of the people who are starving and dying at the moment - and Syria is just one of many.' 'I think it's important not to discount the good work being done but I think clearly, if you look around the world you can say we are simply not doing enough.'When something happens our ability to respond and our ability to deal with it is far to little and far too late.' 'I think a great leader is a great leader and I simply would not ever say that this would be better because it's a man or better because it's a woman. 'What we really need now is great leadership and I'm hoping that person rises forward.' 'I think just because she's a woman you shouldn't assume she's the best voice for women but just like every other voter, I will watch to see what the platform is.'
Rihanna was spotted in New York city looking very casual yet stunning in tracksuit,trainers and accessorized with her leather bag and cap. Anyone noticed her phone? Motorola flip phone!Don't you just love her,lol? and some people want to die with iPhone 6,smh. See more photos after the cut...
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
After the announcement, protesters flooded the streets burning cars, setting buildings on fire, torching police cars, looting shops, flooding highways and causing massive chaos especially in St. Louis and Oakland, California. While some took to twitter to rant,including the clueless racist (above).
We've seen her naked all the time that at this point she's just plain while dressed up. Kim kardarshian looked like she had fun posing for ELLE UK confidence issue. The 34year old wore balmain, Louis Vuitton, Burberry and Balenciaga in the stunning photography shot by Jean Baptiste Mondino. Here's what the publication said about Kim;
‘She has built a staggeringly influential business empire; she makes £2,000 an hour; she gets 20 new social media followers a minute; her new app made £27m in the first three months.‘She has also, through her unerring self-belief, redefined our perception of body beautiful.’
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“I want to once again, urge you to continue to give support to our dear President, who has shown that he is not only gender sensitive but believes in the power and capacity of women to bring about change in society. He has been doing his best to promote the interest of women in Nigeria. It is now time for us to show him our appreciation for all he has been doing as he seeks re-election“.
“It is gratifying that more families are today investing in girls’ education and there are pointers to the fact that in the nearest future, more women will be politically and economically independent.
“However, there is the need to create the enabling environment to enhance women active participation in all areas of development. We must as women begin to aggressively unite, network and build alliances across gender divide in order to secure meaningful change,” she said.
The Women Affairs Minister, Hajia Zainab Maina, in her speech at the occasion however regretted that women were not being taken along in decision and law making.
“The number in terms of female representation in Nigeria reflects the almost exclusion of women. With less than seven per cent representation in elective positions, Nigerian women are among the less represented women in any sense when critical decisions, especially law making and distribution of the country’s resources that have unprecedented impacts on their lives are made,” she said.
Kim and Kanye are arguing more than ever,”Radar also reports that Kim has been complaining to Kris about Kanye and she warns her to fix it that her career won't survive another divorce...Read after the cut
“Kim feels like their relationship is more of a business relationship than a real marriage. All they do is talk about business whenever they’re together and it’s stressing Kim out more than it ever has before.”
“When they got married they agreed to take a break from talking business all the time, but that hasn’t happened,” added the insider. “And Kim feels stuck. It doesn’t feel like what a normal happy marriage should be.”
“They’re so busy that they don’t really have a personal life,” continued the source. “It’s frustrating to Kim because he promised to lay off the business stuff. And he’s taken on more and more for Kim.”
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"Rape is Rape, Regardless of Who the Face of the Accused is” - Stephanie Linus
I am distraught and devastated to hear of the recent allegation of rape brought against a relative of mine, Daniel Okereke (my brother).
While it is a very difficult time for me, and my family; I feel the need to make clear my position, lest there be any doubt. Rape is rape, regardless of who the face of the accused is.
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