Champions League draws released [See full fixtures]

The draws for the first qualifying round of the Champions league have been made public.

Scottish champions, Celtic, will take on FC Alashkert, as they begin a battle through four ties to reach the group stages.

Brendan Rodgers’ side booked their place, by romping to the title last season.

Northern Irish side Crusaders will play Ludogorets and Welsh team TNS will take on KF Shkendija.

Irish outfit Cork City drew Legia Warsaw, while APOEL FC clash with FK Suduva.

Champions League first qualifying round draw in full:

FC Torpedo Kutaisi vs FC Sheriff

KF Shkendija vs TNS

FK Suduva vs APOEL FC

NK Olimpija Ljubljana vs Qarabag FK

F91 Dudelange vs Videoton FC

Winner of preliminary round vs Malmo

HJK Helsinki vs Vikingur

Ludogorets vs Crusaders

Cork City vs Legia Warsaw

Valur Reykjavik vs Rosenborg

FK Kukesi vs Valletta FC

FC Flora Tallinn vs Hapoel Beer Sheva

FK Spartaks Jurmala v FK Crvena Zvezda

Alashkert FC vs Celtic FC


She Trusted Her Nanny with Her Son, but an Anonymous Call Changed Everything

Unlike before, parents are more informed on what to do when hiring a nanny and this includes knowing the medical history of a prospective employee. Kenyan actress, Jacqueline Nyamide wasn’t really aware, she didn’t have her nanny checked.

One day, she had a job outside her state and left her son with her trusted nanny but an anonymous call about the welfare of her son got her on the first flight back to her base.

“When my son was around eight months old, I had to travel to Mombasa on a work assignment and so I left him under the care of a nanny whom I had trusted so much. While in Mombasa, I received an anonymous call from a person who informed me that my house help breastfeeds my son whenever he cries. I took the first flight back to Nairobi. I had to verify the information from my neighbours and in the process I was informed my nanny not only breastfeeds my son, but was also living with HIV. I didn’t sleep that night and had to rush to hospital at around midnight to have my son tested. Luckily, he was fine. To cut the long story short, I fired the nanny the following day. It took immense self-control to restrain myself from harming her,” she told Kenyan Parents Magazine.

That incident made her very protective of her child and she is always watching out for other people’s children too.

“I am very passionate about parenting and I advocate for involved parenting. My heart breaks when children are mistreated or assaulted multiple times by other people and I wonder where the parent has been all this time. I usually urge parents to always ensure that they are free with their child so that they can discuss with them any issue or challenges they may be facing.”

It Hurts Me When People Call Me A Ritualist – Nigerian Man Who Sleeps On Money

In his recent post, Owoboy who revealed his real name as Ufuoma Williams, shared his story and expressed that he gets really hurt whenever people say his money comes from ritual, because he worked hard to have what he has now.

Williams revealed that he had lost both his parents at a very young age and he had to depend on himself and survive on the streets on his own.

According to him, he had slept in a car wash he worked at for years until he came into money. He further noted that he changed his name to Owoboy because he believes he would never go broke again.

His full post

Let me brief you a little biography of me, My real name is Ufuoma while my English name is Williams I’m from delta state urobo ughelli local government while my mom is from edo state . I have been in the street all my life without a family support, I lost my dad when I was a little boy then I lost my mom September 3 2009.
“Through there I became a typical street boy I have no option thank to work in car wash just to survived and I spend a year been a car wash boy with no home but to sleep in uncompleted building or government school for so many years.
“Along the line I met my J SS 3 friends and I spend extra 3 years before oluwa shine his light upon me and when I started seeing glory Then I said to my self I gotta keep my hustle spirit alive to avoid brokenness 2 years later I noticed I can never be poor again then I have to change my name to Owoboy .. sometimes it really hurt me when people call me ritualist because they don’t even no me and they keep saying what their eyes did not see I just pray God forgive them.”

Fans drag Wizkid over his comment on Genevieve Nnaji’s photo

Among these people who were digging the actress’s photo was singer, Wizkid, who in reaction to her quite lovely photo, dropped a love emoji on the comment section of the photo.

As harmless a gesture as it it, some fans of the actress were not quite pleased with it and so they asked that the singer take his commentary elsewhere.

Other celebrities too were filled with awe over the actress’s photo and there’s no need to explain why… She’s just too much of a lovely.

Davido’s Assurance Shows Off Her B00bs



Obviously, Davido’s girlfriend, Chioma is determined not to remain in the background.

Since her ‘assurance’ episode became a big story on social media, she has shown us the many reasons why the DMW boss, Davido is crazy about her.

From being an amazing cook, to her facial beauty, the hips… now we know she is also blessed with an amazing bosom.

In this photo, Chioma serves us a subtle flaunting of her bo0bs in a see-through top.



2019 elections: What Obasanjo told PDP leaders


Former president, Dr. Olusegun Obasanjo on Saturday urged leaders of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to pay attention to issues that were needed to restore the party as a party of good image, discipline, commitment, leadership and moral principles.

The was contained in a statement on Saturday by Kehinde Akinyemi, the ex-president’s spokesman.

Obasanjo spoke when the party’s national chairman, Uche Secondus, led a 21-member delegation of the party’s National Working Committee on a courtesy call on him.

On the coalition for 2019 being championed by the PDP, Obasanjo advised that the coalition should remain an alliance as being projected and not a merger.

“The MoU for grand alliance is what it says, a grand alliance. It is neither a merger nor absorption of any political party by any political party.

“It is clear for the parties which agreed to be members of the alliance to work together to achieve one important common objective at the national level for the election of 2019.

“Where it is appropriate and necessary, members may also form alliance and co-operation at the state level.

“The individuality and independence of each political party must be observed and respected by all parties concerned.

“It is also desirable that in the process of implementing the MoU to achieve the set objective, solidarity and focus on the objective must be maintained.

“Each member political party must be cautious of fake news, rumours, blackmail, and seeds of discord that may be sown among them from external quarters,” Akinyemi quoted Obasanjo as saying.

He said the former president at the meeting reiterated that he had quit partisan politics, but would continue to make himself available to guide any party that so desired.

Akinyemi, however, maintained that his principal would prioritise his service to the African Democratic Congress, ADC.


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