Trending video of a proud Nigerian dad giving his new born daughter a warm bath(video)

This Nigerian dad is being celebrated online for happily doing what most men wouldn’t do or want to be filmed doing. He was filmed giving his daughter a bath the way African mothers do.

Watch the lovely videos below.

NBA Star Blake Griffin ordered to pay his ex-fiancee, Brynn Cameron $258,000 a month in Child Support

NBA star, Blake Griffin, 29, who plays for Detroit Pistons has been ordered to pay his ex-fiancee, actress Brynn Cameron, 32, a whopping $258,000 a month in child support for his two kids.

Blake and Brynn have been battling in court over a nasty paternity case and a separate civil suit where Cameron claimed the NBA star broke off their engagement shortly after he started dating Kendall Jenner when he was still part of the Los Angeles Clippers.

In the court document obtained exclusively by, it was claimed in the civil suit that the 29-year-old will give Cameron over $258,000 every month in financial support for their two children, Ford, 5, andFinn, 2.

This means Griffin whose annual income totals to $35 million will pay his ex-fiancee $3 million every year.

According to the documents, both sides who have joint custody of their children were ordered in July to “mutually agree” on school expenses, but the Pistons star would be responsible for extracurricular activities.

WWE wrestler, Kane elected as Mayor of Knox county

WWE superstar, Glenn Jacobs popularly known as Kane has won an election to become the next mayor of Knox County in Tennessee, and it wasn’t all that close.

According to reports, The Big Red Machine secured nearly two-thirds of the more than 80,000 total ballots cast, a much easier victory than his primary win over fellow Republican Brad Anders, who fell short by just 23 votes.

Jacobs, 51, has been a resident of Tennessee for more than 20 years. In addition to competing in the WWE during that time, Jacobs and his wife operate a local insurance and real estate company, according to ESPN.


While Kane is officially slated to take over as mayor of Knox County on September 1, he has not ruled out a return to the ring in the future. Over the course of his decorated WWE career that started in the early 1990s, Kane has held nearly every title including World Heavyweight Champion, Intercontinental Champion, Tag Team Champion and Hardcore Champion.

His most recent WWE appearance came at the Extreme Rules PPV last month, where he teamed up with Daniel Bryan against Smackdown Live Tag Team Champions, The Bludgeon Brothers.


This Is A Global Embarrasment- Nigerians Bemoan Asaba 2018

At a time when the Nigerian government boasts of “fulfilled promises” and Nigeria’s capability to host international events, their efforts are repeatedly brought down by the inefficiency to maximise resources.

The recently held African Championships in Asaba brought with it sad tales such that it saw the fastest woman in the world and Cote d’Ivorian Marie Josee Ta Lou tweeting, “I think this is my first and last time to come to Nigeria to compete!”. Her statement is an end-result of her team’s inability to get connecting flights from Lagos to Asaba for hours.

This is not the only incident to occur; a water tanker fell at the Stephen Keshi Stadium, athletes and journalists were left stranded, the tracks were waterlogged among other sad events.

Now Nigerians have stated that the event should never have happened in the country:

Game Of Thrones’ Castle Is For Sale

he Riverrun castle of House Tully featured in Game of Thrones Season 3 is up for sale in real life. The castle is located in Northern Ireland and is called Gosford Castle.

Castle River Run. Photo: People Magazine

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The castle has been put up for $656,000 (N236.8 million) and has been run as a hotel since 1983.

Kanye West Close To Becoming A Billionaire

Music producer and rapper Kanye West is on his way to becoming a billionaire. This will be made possible through his brand Yeezy, that makes sneakers and clothes.

In April West revealed the success and growth of the company via Twitter:

The Kardashians and their own are really on a winning streak as the youngest Kylie Jenner made billionaire in July 2018.

Alex Iwobi signs new Arsenal deal

Arsenal forward Alex Iwobi has signed a four-year contract to extend his contract until 2023.

The 22-year-old Nigerian has been with the Gunners since he was nine years old, came through the club’s Hale End Academy, breaking into the first team in 2015.

“To get an extended contract is an amazing feeling and I hope I’m doing the Arsenal family proud as well as my family.”

Iwobi has made 98 appearances for the Gunners with nine goals.

Arsenal’s new manager Emery is preparing the Gunners for a match against Lazio which rounds off their their pre-season friendly.

Arsenal begin their Premier League campaign against last season champions, Manchester City at the Emirates on August 12.

Vidal set to quit Bayern for Barcelona

Chile midfielder Arturo Vidal is reportedly on the verge of signing for Barcelona after leaving the Bayern Munich training camp on Friday.

The 31-year-old midfield dynamo was whisked away from Bayern’s pre-season training camp in Bavaria and several media outlets claim an announcement of his transfer to Barcelona is imminent.

According to Spanish newspapers Mundo Deportivo and AS and UK daily The Guardian, Barcelona are prepared to pay 30 million euros ($35m) for the box-to-box midfielder.

The Guardian claims Vidal met Barcelona officials last week and has already passed his medical after being granted permission to leave by the new Bayern manager Niko Kovac.

Bayern officials reportedly want to move Vidal on and reduce their star-studded squad.

Having signed rising Germany midfielder Leon Goretzka, 23, on a free transfer from Schalke, Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said earlier this week that they have too many midfielders.

North Korea criticises US for urging enforcement of sanctions

North Korea’s foreign minister Saturday criticised the US for urging that sanctions be maintained against Pyongyang, after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo asked the international community to keep up pressure against the reclusive regime.

Despite “goodwill measures” taken by the North, Washington was “raising its voice louder for maintaining the sanctions against the DPRK,” the North’s Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho told a security forum in Singapore, according to a statement. DPRK are the initials of the North’s official name.

He criticised “insistent moves manifested within the US to go back to the old, far from its leader’s intention”.

Especially, advancing unilateral demands will further deepen mistrust, instead of reviving trust,” said the statement.

“As long as the US does not show in practice its strong will to remove our concerns, there will be no case whereby we will move forward first unilaterally,” Ri added.

Earlier Pompeo urged major powers attending the same forum, including China and Russia, to keep up sanctions pressure against the North.

At landmark talks in June with US President Donald Trump, the North’s leader Kim Jong Un signed up to a vague commitment to “denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula” — a far cry from long-standing US demands for complete, verifiable and irreversible disarmament.

US officials have publicly been optimistic about the agreement but progress appears to have been slow.

18 people die as two Russian helicopters collide mid-air

Eighteen people have died after a Mi-8 helicopter crashed in the north of Krasnoyarsk region, East Siberia. TASS reported that the helicopter crashed after colliding midair with the cargo being carried by another helicopter.

“It crashed immediately after takeoff because of collision with the cargo carried by another helicopter that was also airborne at the moment. There were three crewmembers and 15 passenger abroad the Mi-8 that belonged to Utair airline,” a source at Russia’s emergency services said.  “All of them died.”

The helicopter had taken off from the town of Igarka, located on the River Yenisei to the north of the Arctic Circle.  “It crashed 2 km to the south of the airport, immediately after takeoff,” he said.

Officials at the Krasnoyarsk regional branch of the federal Ministry for Emergency Situations and Civil Defense said the helicopter crash-landed 10:20 Siberian time [06:20 Moscow Standard Time, 03:20 UTC].  In the meantime, other law enforcers said the accident could be due to crew error and equipment failure.

A spokesman for an emergency team set up to eliminate the aftermaths of the accident told TASS two flight recorders had been found at the site of the crash. “Both flight recorders have been found,” he said. “We’ll hand them to the experts of the Interstate Aviation Committee.” Operatives and rescue teams were working at the site of the crash at the time this report went on wire.