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COVID-19 2nd Spike: Easy Sauce, Yvonne Jegede Collaborate To Educate People To Cook and Stay At Home This Valentine

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With everyone looking forward to Valentine’s Day, Easy Sauce, the indigenous company known for its savory African sauces and producers of the renowned Obe Sauce, has launched a campaign encouraging Nigerians to stay home instead.

This campaign is in light of the second wave of COVID-19 currently spreading across and ravaging the nation. With thousands of people already infected by the virus, the nation is pulling all stops to curb the spread of the virus.

As such, Easy Sauce is joining the fight by launching a hearty campaign to show lovers, friends, and family that Valentine’s Day can still be ‘spiced up’ at home. The two-pronged campaign will not only encourage Nigerians to stay home and stop the spread of the virus but will also educate them on how to whip up special recipes with Obe Sauce.

The company is launching this campaign on the 14th of February with star actress, Yvonne Jegede to show Nigerians how they can share love by cooking their Valentine’s Day delicacies with Obe Sauce.

COVID may have ruined a lot of things but Easy Sauce is on a mission to ensure that it doesn’t ruin Valentine’s Day for lovers and families.

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Veteran Actor Sadiq Daba Is Dead

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Veteran Nollywood actor, Sadiq Daba, is dead. It was gathered that the actor died on Wednesday at about 8:30 pm. According to his close friend, Joe Odumakin, the actor had been ill for a while before his demise.

She said, “We have lost Sadiq. It is so painful because I spoke to him a few days ago when his wife became a permanent secretary. I called his number some hours ago but his son picked it. I told him to give the phone to his father but he told me that his father is gone. I had to ask; gone to where?

“His wife just called me now and we spoke. She said that she was at the morgue. I asked what happened and she told me that about a week ago, he had been ill but he had been home and that he went to the hospital late afternoon today.

“She explained that he had not been eating much and that as soon as they got to the hospital, they started conducting different tests on him including COVID-19. They put him on oxygen but he died around 8:30 pm.”

In 2017, Daba announced that he had been diagnosed with Leukemia and Prostate Cancer and was supported with fundraising by several Nigerians.

Before his death, Daba worked as a broadcaster for Nigerian Television Authority. His acting career came to prominence in the late 1970s, starring in Cockcrow at Dawn.

He was in blockbuster movies like Citation, October 1, among many others.

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Headies: Omah Lay Wins Next Rated As Fireboy Grabs 4 Awards [ Full List Of Winners]

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Popular Nigerian singer, Omah Lay won the ‘Next Rated Award’ at the 14th edition of the Headies which held on Sunday night.

The award which is the most sought-after category was keenly contested between Tems, Omah Lay, Oxlade, and Bella Shmurda.

Similarly, Fireboy left the 14th Headies with four awards as he won the Best R&B Album, Best R&B Single, Best Pop Album, and Revelation of the Year.

The 14th Headies Awards held at the Convention Centre, Eko Hotels and Suites, Lagos State.

Wizkid also made a special appearance at the Headies while also winning the Viewers Choice Award and Artiste of the Year.

Here are the list of Winners:

Next rated : Omah Lay

Rookie of the year: BadBoyTimz

Artiste of the year: Wizkid

Best Pop Album: Fireboy (Apollo)

Best Vocal male performance – Praiz

Best Vocal female Performance- Niniola

African Artist Recognition: Master KG

Best Street Hop artiste – Mayorkun

Best Recording of the year – Brymo

Best Music Video – One Milli by Director K

Best Pop Single- Nobody – Dj Neptune

Headies Revelation of the Year – Fireboy

Best Rap Single – Falz (Bop Daddy)

Best Alternative Song: Moelogo

Best Alternative Album: Roots (The Cavemen)

Songwriter of the Year: Simi (Duduke)

Best Rap Album: AQ (God’s Engineering)

Lyricist on the roll – ILLBliss (Country)

Best Collaboration- Only you (Ladipoe ft Simi)

Best R&B Single – Fireboy

Best R&B album – Fireboy

Viewers Choice – Wizkid

Producer of the Year: Pheelz

Headies Hall of Fame: King Sunny Ade

Special Recognition: Eedris Abdulkareem

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70 Obas, Top Dignitaries To Grace Ground Breaking Ceremony Of Olofin of Ado-Odo’s Private Residence

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All is now set for the official launching and foundation laying ceremony of the Ultra-Modern private residence of His Imperial Majesty, Oba Dr Abdul-Lateef Adeniran Akanni, the Olofin Adimula Of Ado-Odo, Awori Kingdom.

The event, which will take place on Saturday, 20th Of February, 2021 will have about 70 Obas and several dignitaries from different walks of life in attendance.

Taking place at the Ogun state housing co-operation in Ado-Odo, this record-breaking event will serve as another huge development in the community.

Oba Dr Abdul-Lateef Adeniran Akanni since his reign has brought massive development to Ado-Odo, making the community one of the most envious in terms of rapid growth and development.

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