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Bollywood star Sushant Singh Rajput dies at 32

Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput has passed on. He was found dead at his home in Mumbai on Sunday. He was 32 years old. Initial reports suggest that his death was by suicide. He was just 34.

Also Read: Prolific Author Arthur Nwankwo Dies At 78

Mumbai police have confirmed the actor’s death. They have started an investigation.

Rajput won several best actor awards in his lifetime. He starred in the 2019 Netflix original film, “Drive.” At the time of his death,

Sushant Singh Rajput had completed a major film project, but its launch had been delayed by the coronavirus pandemic.

May his soul rest in peace.

Shock in India over his death.



What Ibidun Ighodalo will be remembered for

The late wife of founding pastor of Trinity House Church, Ibidun Ighodalo will be remembered for helping childless couples. She helped many conceive through IVF.

She boldly fought the stigma associated with not having a child. The successful businesswoman married popular Pastor Itua Ighodalo, and he was her rock in this philanthropic work. This former beauty queen had a heart of gold.

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She didn’t allow her childlessness being her down. She instead chose to shine the light to those without children in a world that is often harsh to them.

Late Ibidun Ighodalo founded the Ibidunni Ighodalo Foundation (IIF), an NGO to raise awareness about infertility and to provide grants for couples that require fertility treatments such as In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and Intrauterine Insemination.

“I made a covenant with God and told Him that I would leave it completely in His hands,” she said in a personal message posted to the Foundation’s website.

“In the interim, as we wait for our miracle, I would help couples going through the same challenges by providing spiritual, financial and psychological support.

“I was ready to do my part to get rid of the stigma attached to childlessness. I wanted people to instead see couples-in-waiting as blessed mothers and fathers of nations!”

May her gentle soul rest in perfect peace.

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Ndidi Nwosu, Gold Medalist At Rio 2016 Paralymics Is Dead

“Ndidi sustained an injury from the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia. She was a heavyweight powerlifter.

“She had been off and on in the hospital and that was why she couldn’t take part in this last World Cup.

Ndidi Nwosu, a rare gem is gone! The Federal Government of Nigeria should have done more to take care of this lady after she got injured on national duty.

It appears as of Ndidi’s life went downhill after her surgery. In the link below, Queen Uboh, former President of the Nigeria Powerlifting Federation spoke of sending Ndidi money at some point for her to start petty trading. But Ndidi had to use the money for medicines to treat her injured spinal column instead.

This is a sad end. I hope the Federal Government starts being more caring to our athletes.

That is how they left Rashidi Yekini who scored Nigeria’s first ever soccer World Cup goal to rot to death. Why?


Prolific Author Arthur Nwankwo Dies At 78

Author of The Making of a Nation: Biafra -1969, Dr Arthur Agwuncha Nwankwo is dead.

Nwankwo was also a former Vice Chairman of National Democratic Coalition (NADECO), the group that doggedly fought for the restoration of MKO Abiola’s June 12 mandate.

He was aged 78. He died at University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital (UNTH), after an illness.

Mazi Nwanko was the founder of the famous Forth Dimension Printing Press.

He was also the founder and chancellor of the Eastern Mandate Union (EMU) organisation, which platform he used to campaign of the people of the former Eastern Region.

He strongly advocated the Handshake Across the Niger between the South West and the East.

Below are some of his literary works:

  • The Igbo leadership and the future of Nigeria- 1985.
  • The Making of a Nation: Biafra -1969
  • Nigeria: The Stolen Billions – 1999
  • Nigeria: The Challenge of Biafra- 1972
  • Nigeria: The Political Transition and the Future of Democracy- 1993
  • The Igbo nation and the Nigerian state- 1999

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