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This $exy Actress Is Ready To Set Big Brother Africa On Fire

BBA 2014 is gonna blow your mind. With some of the participants already unveiled, we hope the action and suspense will be non-stop.The lady in the picture above is a Ghanaian actress, her name is Moesha. With more of her type, this year’s BBA will be non stop action.See more of her pics below:

10 Things To Know About The Deadly Ebola Virus (MUST READ)

The Ebola Virus is spreading rapidly across West Africa and has caused over 600 deaths since the first reported case in February.One death has already been recorded in Nigeria when an airline passenger from Liberia showed signs immediately landing Lagos.Since the death, there have been so many unrest as people fear the disease will rapidly if it enters Lagos because of the dense population.

Here are some things you need to know about the ebola virus…

1) Ebola Virus Disease (EVD), formerly known as Ebola haemorrhagic fever, is a severe, often fatal illness in humans.

2) EVD outbreaks have a case fatality rate of up to 90% meaning 9 out of 10 people who contract the disease are likely to die

3) The virus is transmitted to people from wild animals and spreads in the human population through human-to-human transmission.

4) Ebola can be contracted through direct contact (through broken skin or mucous membranes) with the blood, secretions, organs or other bodily fluids of infected people including semen and vaginal fluid.

5) Contact with the corpse of a diseased person can also lead to infection with the virus.

6) The symptoms of Ebola include fever, intense weakness, muscle pain, headache and sore throat.

7) The incubation period, that is, the time interval from infection with the virus to onset of symptoms, is 2 to 21 days

8) Suspicious wild life aka Bush meat should be avoided as much as possible and animal products to be consumed should be thoroughly cooked before consumption.

9) Regular hand washing is advisable to avoid picking up germs. Use soap and water, or alcohol-based hand rubs containing at least 60 percent alcohol

10) Be aware. Get as much information as you can about Ebola. Protect yourself and your family.

Prevention is better than cure

More Awards As Davido wins Best Male and Artist of the Year at AFRIMMA

There is no stopping Davido, this is definitely his year but he is going to need a bigger trophy shelf as he bags two more awards at the just concluded AFRIMMA 2014 awards in Dallas USA. The Skelewu crooner received the awards for Best Male Artist, and Artist of the Year, just like at the MAMAs earlier in the year. With too many victories this year, the young popstar who is also nominated for Future Awards young person of the year.

Just In Time!!! Police avert another bomb blast in Kano

Despite the loss of 5 lives yesterday when a bomb was thrown into  premises of St. Charles Catholic Church in the Sabon Gari area of Kano City shortly after church service around 1pm,the police averted another bomb blast that would have claimed more casualties.
Police operatives averted the calamity after discovering a Peugeot 406 car with registration number AA 513 ZAK, loaded with explosives at the mosque of Sheikh Isyaku Rabiu at Goron Dutse. Bomb experts neutralized the explosives immediately and no casualty was recorded.

The Kano state commissioner of police, Mr. Aderenle Shinaba has confirmed the reports

Update!!! More photos from Dr Sid and Simi Osomo's traditional wedding

Here are lovely and cute photos you may not have seen from Dr Sid and Simi Osomo's traditional wedding ceremony.In the photos you can see lots of his celebrity friends including Mavin Boss, Don Jazzy, Mavin first Lady Tiwa Savage,the rest of the crew,Banky W,Timaya, Lynx,Ice prince,Funke Akindele,Timi Dakolo,Toke Makinwa, Stephanie cooker.

We don’t care about ourselves in the Music industry -Daddy Showkey

In a new interview with Leadership, Daddy Show key explained why he doesn't have friends and why he is disappointed in Nigerian musicians over Kefee's burial.

"I don’t have a friend oh. This life wetin my eyes don see, no be small thing oh! That experience is enough to make you cut-off, because when they see me with money they associate with Showkey; but when Showkey had a challenge, an accident- no one could call or say we feel your pain. So me, I no get friend. My friends are those in Ajegunle that we can say the truth to ourselves. It is only Pasuma that I can call my friend- he comes to my house anytime and we chat about things.
On Kefee’s death.
He said 

Nothing much other than I was disappointed that artistes did not come to show love to their own. It is not a good thing. The lady died and it is sad for her family. Musicians ought to have showed up and rallied round her people, to show that they care. It was only the gospel musicians that showed up, meaning there is no love in this industry. Nobody cares about you if you drop dead tomorrow. I told you I was away for 3 years because of my spinal cord injury. Nobody came to visit me during that time. No one from my generation of singers came to identify with me and that is bad for a man who has given much to the industry. This makes me think that we don’t care about ourselves in this industry. As the Yoruba people say, Oju aaye ni a nse o meaning, na eye service we dey do to oursefu!

US Doctor In Liberia Infected with Ebola Virus

Ebola, one of the world's deadliest viruses, has been spreading through West Africa, with the latest case being confirmed in Nigeria after an infected businessman traveled there by plane. 
A Texas doctor who had moved to Liberia to work for a medical charity been infected with the deadly virus ebola. Dr Kent Brantly, who had moved to the country before the outbreak, is now being treated for the disease at a Liberia hospital.
Dr Brantly, medical director for the North-Carolina-based company Samaritan's Purse, had been part of a team working in grueling conditions at an ebola ward in Monrovia.
The married father-of-two had to wear a special suit to protect him from the highly contagious disease, while working in an isolation unit in the stifling African heat. 
Although his family had been living in Liberia with him, a spokesperson for Samaritan's Purse said they were in the U.S. when he fell ill. 
The 33-year-old joined the Christian international relief organization after finishing his medical residency at John Peter Smith Hospital, in Forth Worth. 
President of the Texas hospital, Robert Earley, said staff were shocked and saddened by the news, as he praised Dr Brantly's dedication to help others. 
'This is the kind of individual that he is. They go into the worst situations in the world and try to save lives,' he told WFAA.
Colleagues at Samaritan's Purse said the agency was doing everything in its power to get Dr Brantly the best possible care. 

Symptoms of ebola mimic other common illnesses such as malaria in the early stages. But the disease is passed on quickly through blood, bodily fluids or infected tissues in people or animals. 
With only a 10 percent chance of survival, the disease has a devastating impact on communities. 
The most recent outbreak, which began earlier this year, has already killed 672 people in at least four countries.

In a worrying development, an airline passenger traveling from Liberia to Nigeria, via Togo, died from the disease after arriving in Lagos. 
Patrick Sawyer, a consultant for the Liberian Ministry of Finance, arrived in Nigeria on Tuesday and was immediately detained by health authorities suspecting he might have ebola, Plyler said.

Authorities announced Friday that blood tests from the Lagos University Teaching Hospital confirmed Sawyer died of ebola earlier that day.

An outbreak in Lagos, Africa's megacity where many live in cramped conditions, could be a major diisaster.
'Lagos is completely different from other cities because we're talking about millions of people,' Dr Unni Krishnan, of Plan International's Disaster Response and Preparedness, said.

Nigerian newspapers described the effort to contain the outbreak as a 'scramble'  after Sawyer arrived in Lagos for an international conference, and then died Friday.

International airports in the country are screening passengers arriving from foreign countries for symptoms, Yakubu Dati, spokesman for Federal Aviation Authority of Nigeria, said.

Airports have also set up holding rooms in case another potential Ebola victim lands in Nigeria.The ease at which a traveler, who could be infected, can move on international flights from Liberia has concerned health organizations.
It has raised fears that other passengers could unwittingly contribute to the spread of the disease.

Officials in Togo, where Sawyer passed through, have been on high alert since the latest case was confirmed.
Dr Lance Plyler, who leads the ebola medical efforts in Liberia that Dr Brantly was part of, said screening airline passengers may help slow the spread of the disease, but it couldn't prevent it. 

'Unfortunately the initial signs of ebola imitate other diseases, like malaria or typhoid,' he said.
Airports in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, the three other West African countries affected by the current outbreak, have implemented some preventive measures, according to officials in those countries. But none of the safeguards are foolproof, health experts warned.
Ebola has a variable incubation period of between two and 21 days and cannot be diagnosed on the spot.

Sawyer reportedly did not show ebola symptoms when he boarded the plane, Plyler said, but by the time he arrived in Nigeria he was vomiting and had diarrhea. 

There has not been another recently recorded case of Ebola spreading through air travel, he added.
Nearly 50 other passengers on the flight are being monitored for signs of Ebola but are not being kept in isolation, said an employee at Nigeria's Ministry of Health, who insisted on anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the press.

Sawyer's sister also died of ebola in Liberia, according to officials, but he claimed to have had no contact with her. ...JESUS CHRIST..NA LIE!

Ebola is passed by touching bodily fluids of patients even after they die, he said. Traditional burials that include rubbing the bodies of the dead contribute to the spread of the disease, Dr Krishnan added.
There is no 'magic bullet' cure for ebola, but early detection and treatment of fluids and nutrition can be effective. Quickly isolating patients is also crucial in slowing the spread of the disease.  dailymail

Check Out Tiwa's Outfit To Dr Sid Traditional Wedding

Mavin first lady Tiwa Savage grazed Dr Sid and Simi Osomo Traditional wedding in style. She wore the above taditional attire to the event. Her necklace is really on point and the way the dress is nicely styled at the back tells of the design.Do you like her outfit?

Bomb blast in Kano Catholic church kills 5

It is so sad that Boko Haram is turning their sights to Kano state after destabilizing Borno State.5 people have been confirmed dead after a bomb was tossed into the premises of St. Charles Catholic Church in the Sabon Gari area of Kano City shortly after church service around 1pm today July 27th

Confirming the incident, Mr Frank Mba, the Public Relations Officer of the Nigeria Police said that five persons including two women, two men and a soldier guarding the premises of the church were killed in the attack as worshipers were leaving the church premises after service. Many others were injured

Dr Sid And Simi Osomo's Traditional Wedding Photos

Mavin artist Sidney Esiri aka Dr. Sid  and Simi Osomo had their traditional wedding today.The traditional wedding is took place at Ark Event center in Lekki. We wish the Surulere Crooner a wonderful wedding celebration.See some pics of guests and the groom at the wedding;