Meet Moses Amiebenomo, also known as the celebrity carpenter and CEO of @sagessededieulimited (Sagesse De Dieu Limited). His story is one of perseverance, determination, and ultimately, triumph. Despite facing rejection and disapproval Moses never lost sight of his dreams. .

Through his hard work and dedication, Moses has not only trained and mentored hundreds of people in the carpentry industry, but he has also created jobs for many individuals who have gone on to achieve great success. 

In addition to 'all of this, Moses is also a philanthropist and the founder of the first college of traditional carpentry in Africa, Sagesse College of Traditional Carpentry ( @sctcafrica )

Moses' story is a testament to the power of resilience, perseverance and the unwavering commitment to one's dreams. He stands as an inspiration to all of us, reminding us that with hard work and the right mindset, anything is possible. Let us all celebrate the journey of our celebrity carpenter and be inspired to follow our own passions, no matter how unconventional they may seem.

Nigerian singer and songwriter, Wizkid is making waves on social media as he reportedly splashed millions of naira on multiple Rolex wristwatches for his team.

In the said video, the hand of a person unboxing multiple Rolex wristwatches was revealed, but the singer’s face wasn’t shown in the video.

Meanwhile, the caption of the video which reads: “only one Wizkid” made it clear the supposed wristwatches were purchased by the singer, while the caption of the post claimed the said watches were purchased by the singer for his teammates.


Winner of Big Brother Naija All Stars Ilebaye has gone on a ranting spree as she attacks her fellow housemate in a new post.

In a new post sighted on the Snapchat story of Ilebaye, she dragged one of the Big Brother Naija housemates without mentioning the name of the person she was fighting.

According to the All Stars, she has been calm but it may seem that the housemate is trying to test her patience.

She further stated that she didn’t want any dramatic incident hence if the supposed housemate sees her post, he/she should do the needful because she wouldn’t want her other side to be seen.

See her post below…

Marie Wiseborn, fiancée of popular gospel singer, Moses Bliss, leaves many singles yearning for true love with her birthday message to him.

The singer reached the milestone of 29 years and took to his page to express his gratitude to God for bringing him this far.

Despite the long distance, Marie took time out to compose a beautiful video compilation where she listed his amazing qualities.

She called him her gentle shepherd, favorite and her best friend who nurtures her and many others who have been privileged to come in contact with him.

Moses Bliss was left flabbergasted by her sweet words and made sure to tell her in the comment section how she made his day.

Watch video here

Popular actress, Toyin Abraham shares details as she opens a food bank to support 50 people with food, N5K every Friday.

Amid the ongoing hardship and inflation in the country, the actress sought to provide whatever relief she could by supporting the needy.

In a post on her Twitter page, she noted that she and some of her friends came up with the idea together and would thus be assisting 50 people every Friday by providing them with food and transportation of N5K.

She shared a flyer that contained the details and wrote:

“My friends@Smallyfares and I will be giving out food and I will also give 5k each for transportation to first 50 people every Friday. Pls kindly check the above flier for more details👏❤

See her post below:

Famous Ghanaian singer, Shatta Wale finally opens up on the reason for his beef with the Afrobeats singer, Burna Boy.

While speaking in an interview, Shatta Wale revealed that he and the Grammy Award-winning singer used to be good friends before they fell apart.

Shatta Wale claimed that the rift between them began when one of his guys went and told Burna Boy that he, Shatta Wale, slept with his babe.

He noted that Burna Boy should have called him about this since they were good friends; but he was instead telling others and he (shatta wale) was hearing about it from others too.

Shatta Wale said …

“Burna Boy heard from one of my guy that I sacked that I slept with his girlfriend. You see he is my G, him for call me.”

Watch him speak below …

Vice President Kashim Shettima, has appealed to Nigerians to invest their trust in President Bola Ahmed Tinubu. 

While speaking at a function in Abuja on Tuesday, February 20, Shettima said President Tinubu means well for the nation and has a ‘’clean heart.”

In his words

‘’I want you fellow Nigerians to invest your trust in Bola Tinubu. He means well for the nation. He has a clean heart.

Watch the video below…

Senate President Godswill Akpabio has stated the different protests on current economic hardship are being sponsored. 

Akpabio stated this during plenary in the House today. February 20.

‘’You can see a lot of sponsored protests here and there. Most of those sponsored protests are not aware of the kind of efforts being made by this Senate to tackle the situation. There is no father that wants to see his child sleep in the night without food, with their stomach grumbling. So we must provide.” he said

Watch the video of him speaking below…

A Nigerian man, John-Paul Ugwu has advised men who aren’t ready to be fathers to be play safe as baby food now costs “N18,500.”

Publishers of the Sun newspaper have raked in over 50 million naira in goodwill messages from Super High Chief Ken Ifekudu OFR at the recently held award event in Lagos.

Chief Ken Ifekudu, who is the chairman of Diamond Leeds Ltd, was honored as the Businessman of the Year by the Sun newspaper over the weekend.

To celebrate with him, friends and well-wishers flooded the pages of the Sun Newspaper with goodwill messages.

At the last count, over 71 goodwill messages have been received, with more still pouring in.

The goodwill messages have been featured on the pages of the newspaper tabloid since Friday and have not stopped coming.

The cost of a full page colored goodwill message is estimated to be about 750,000 naira.

According to a source, this is possibly the largest number of goodwill messages received by an award recipient since the beginning of the award show.

It is also remarkable that these goodwill messages have come at a time when the country is experiencing a cash crunch.

The source stated that it demonstrates the level of goodwill that Chief Ifekudu enjoys from friends and well-wishers to have received such a significant number of messages.

Some of the goodwill messages are from corporate organizations and highly influential individuals in the country.

Chief Ken Ifekudu, chairman of Diamond Leeds Ltd, is a highly respected figure in the construction and real estate industry in the country.

In his speech at the event, Chief Ifekudu dedicated the award to God,his wife Chioma Ifekudu and staff of Diamond Leeds Ltd,who he said contributed immensely to his success. He stated that the award is an encouragement to keep making giant strides in the business landscape of the country.

Presidential Candidate of Labour Party, Peter Obi, Secretary to the government of the Federation, Senator George Akume, Publisher of Sun newspaper, Senator Orji Uzor Kalu, Governor Peter Mbah of Enugu State, Industrialist, Chief Innocent Chukwuma, Billionaire oil Magnate, Uju Ifejika, Chairman, United Nigeria Air,Prof Obiora Okonkwo amongst other distinguished dignitaries attended the event.

In addition to being a successful businessman, Ken Ifekudu is also a philanthropist. In December, he commissioned various projects in his community of Ozubulu in Anambra State, including road projects, lock-up shops, and financial empowerment programs for aspiring entrepreneurs.

Ken Ifekudu was honored by the federal government last year with the national honor of Officer of the Federal Republic (OFR).

A lover of education, Ken holds two master’s degrees and is currently studying law at one of the Nigerian universities.


The Senate resolved on Tuesday to investigate the N30 trillion Ways and Means spent by former President Muhammadu Buhari’s Federal Government, which it claims was carelessly squandered.

It further argued that reckless spending of the overdraft obtained from the Central Bank of Nigeria under Godwin Emefiele was largely responsible for the country’s current food and security challenges.

The Red Chamber then voted to establish up an ad-hoc committee to conduct out a probe on what the N30 trillion Ways and Means were spent on by the immediate prior government, as details of such spending were not made available to the National Assembly.

The ad-hoc committee which will be constituted on Wednesday, will also probe the N10tn expended on the Anchor Borrowers Scheme, the $2.4bn forex transaction out of $7bn obligation made for that purpose as well as other intervention programmes.

Senate’s resolutions on planned investigations followed consideration of report of its joint Committee on Banking, Insurance and other Financial Institutions, Finance, National Planning, Agriculture and Appropriation on State of the Economy after interactive sessions with the Federal Government’s economic management team.

The report consideration in plenary on Tuesday, was stormy with accusations and counter accusations by senators on why and how the N22.7tn Ways and Means was passed by the 9th Senate in May 2023 and additional N7.2tn passed on December 30, 2023 by the 10th Senate.

Specifically , the Whip of the Senate , Senator Ali Ndume (APC Borno South), in his contribution , blamed the Senate for approving the request without details from Buhari.

Ndume said, “When the N22.7trillion Ways and Means approval request was brought before the 9th Senate, I insisted that details of spendings made with it , should be provided before approval but the Senate then went ahead and approve it .”

However, the Deputy Senate President, Jibrin Barau, said the decision taken then was a collective one with caveat that the executive should provide details later, which was however not provided .

In his defence, the former Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, claimed that the Ways and Means was in the past and urged the Senate to focus on the present.

Lawan said, “ All of those is in the past, we must focus on the present which is the fact that people are hungry and they are crying. That’s what we should focus on.”

The Senate President, Godswill Akpabio, in his remarks said, as recommended by the committee , and supported by most of the Senators, thorough probe must be carried out on the N22.7tn Ways and Means approved in May 2023 by the 9th Senate which later increased to N30tn , with passage of the N7.2trillion accrued interest forwarded for passage in the December last year .

Akpabio said, “The food and security crises confronting the nation now are traceable to the way and manner the said Ways and Means was given, collected and spent .

“Details of such spendings must be submitted for required scrutiny and possible remedies because what Nigerians want now is food on their table which must be given.”

He added, ” Other recommendations made by the committee on the need for thorough investigation of the N10trillion Anchor Borrowers programme, and other intervention programmes running into billions of dollars must be investigated.

“But as rightly recommended by the joint committee, security agencies should as a matter of national urgency combat all forms of insecurity across the country for farmers to access their farms for required food production.”



The federal government, FG, has revealled plans to reopen the borders to encourage the importation of cement and other commodities if the manufacturers refuse to reduce the prices.

The minister of Housing and Development, Arc Ahmed Dangiwa, stated this in Abuja on Tuesday.

Dangiwa stated that key input materials for cement production such as limestone, clay, silica sand, and gypsum sourced within our borders, should not be dollar-rated.

The minister said the border was closed to the importation of cement to help local manufacturers “but if the government decides to open it back for mass importation, prices of cement would crash and local manufacturers would be gravely affected”.

Dangiwa who called on the manufacturers to be more patriotic said BUA cement for instance “has been willing and is still willing as at the last time he spoke with them to crash the price of their cement, lower than the N7000, N8000 agreed by the manufactures” and he sees no reason why the others cannot do the same.

“The challenges you speak of, many countries are facing the same challenges and some even worse than that but as patriotic citizens, we have to rally around whenever there is a crisis to change the situation.

“The gas price you spoke of, we know that we produce gas in the country the only thing you can say is that maybe it is not enough. Even if you say about 50 percent of your production cost is spent on gas prices, we still produce gas in Nigeria it’s just that some of the manufacturers take advantage of the situation. As for the mining equipment that you mentioned, you buy equipment and it takes years and you are still using it.

“The time you bought it maybe it was at a lower price but because now the dollar is high you are using it as an excuse. Honestly, we have to sit down and look at this critically. The demand and supply should be good for you because the government stopped the importation of cement, they stopped the importation in order to empower you to produce more.

“Otherwise if the government opens the border for mass importation of cement, the price would crash but you would have no business to do and at the same time the employment generation would go down. So these are the kinds of things you have to look at, the efforts of government in ensuring things go well.”


President Bola Tinubu has directed that the State House pay an outstanding electricity bill of N342 million to the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company immediately.

The President’s instruction comes after the reconciliation of accounts between the State House Management and AEDC.

“Contrary to the AEDC’s initial claim of N923m debt in paid advertorial in newspapers, the State House outstanding bill is N342.35m,” said the Presidency in a statement signed by Tinubu’s Special Adviser on Information and Strategy, Bayo Onanuga, on Tuesday.

The statement is titled ‘President Tinubu directs payment of State House electricity bill.’

The President’s Chief of Staff, Femi Gbajabiamila, assured the AEDC that the debt will be paid before the end of this week.

He also urged defaulting Mnistries, Departments and Agencies to clear their electricity bills as soon as possible.

More details to follow…


As hungry bites hard in the country, villagers were seen looting a Dangote food delivery truck in Katsina State, on Monday.

Platinum Post reports that the country is currently facing economic challenges and Nigerians have been calling on President Tinubu not to forget his promises.

Watch video below:

Vice President Kashim Shettima stated that 45 trucks transporting corn were stopped on route to neighboring countries.

Vice President Kashim Shettima delivered this information during a symposium on Public Wealth Management in Abuja, the nation’s capital, on Tuesday.

The Vice President said, “Just three nights ago, 45 trucks of maize were caught being transported to neighbouring countries. Just in that Ilela axis, there are 32 illegal smuggling routes. And the moment those food stuff were intercepted, the price of maize came down by N10,000. It came down from N60,000 to N50,000.

“So, there are forces that are hell-bent on undermining our nation but this is the time for us to coalesce into a singular entity,” he said.

DJ Switch has slammed comedian, Seyi Law, who in a post shared on X today February 20, claimed he did not support President Tinubu during the 2023 elections just to spite anyone but because he was convinced that Tinubu could achieve a better Nigeria.

Reacting to his post, DJ Switch stated that whether Seyi recognizes it or not, he supported and campaigned for the President just to spite a certain tribe. 

Her post reads

‘’The only thing I will give to you is that you are not hiding behind closed doors like some people… but, you can never undo the damage.

I dare say it was out of spite that you supported and campaigned for such an individual, whether you recognize it was spite or not. Because Seyi, tell me how someone with such criminal records, past and present… was so attractive to you if not for the obvious which is tribe! I don’t even want to go into his lack of vision or dodging debates because he’s not a legitimate president to begin with. Now you lot have supported an ancient of days noob, what gàn gàn did you expect to happen??? I hope the hungry eats the fed! Miserable bastards!”

It was out of spite that you supported and campaigned for such an individual, whether you recognize it was spite or not - DJ Switch tackles Seyi Law

Amid the ongoing hardship in the country, crossdresser Bobrisky sets tongues wagging as he explains why he shops every two months while showing off his massive foodstuffs.

The socialite took to his Instagram page to reveal that he shops for food to stock up every two months.

Why I shop every two months – Bobrisky brags as he shows off massive foodstuffs

According to him, the reason why he does this is because he hates lacking anything ij the house.

Bobrisky could be seen among his many foodstuffs from tubers of yams, onion, tin tomatoes and other items.

He wrote:

“Every two months I shop food stuffs for the house. Mummy of lagos hate lacking anything at home

Thanks to my market personal shopper”

Singer Jaywon has berated Nigerians still supporting the present day government. 

In a post shared on X, the singer said if the government cared about the people, they would cut the cost of governance but instead they are increasing it while keeping the minimum wage static.

Hardship: Singer Jaywon tackles Nigerians still supporting the present day government

Comedian, Seyi Law, says he is currently in Abuja where he is in talks with some people in the government. 

In an open letter to Nigerians, Seyi who is an avid supporter of the Tinubu administration, said the cost of governance will reduce, minimum wage will increase, and food affordability will improve. 

He stated that his choice of Tinubu during the election was because he believed in the former governor of Lagos state. 

”My fellow Nigerians,

I laugh not at your pains and I know there’s a lot of hardship right now. The fact that I supported a different candidate from you isn’t to spite you, but out of my belief that my candidate will achieve a better Nigeria. I am here with you in Nigeria, and I am not alien to your angers, which is justified. I swear I truly feel your pain, but I am optimistic. I can’t abandon a government that I voted for. I can only join them to bring relief to Nigerians.

I am currently in Abuja, and I am talking with some people in the government. My efforts might not mean much to you now, but I am praying it brings hope to your hearts again. The cost of governance will reduce, minimum wage will increase, and food affordability will improve.

I supported ASIWAJU BOLA AHMED TINUBU, not against you, but for YOU. I am not begging you to stop the abuse. I made my choice, and I stand by it. We shall overcome as a people and come out a GREATER NATION.”

I am currently in Abuja talking with some people in government. The cost of governance will reduce - Seyi Law assures Nigerians

Nigerian singer, Davido has pledged to share three hundred million naira (N300,000,000) to orphanages across Nigeria annually. 

The singer announced this on X this afternoon. 

”I and my foundation pledge the sum of 300 million Naira  to orphanages around Nigeria … as my yearly contribution to the Nation .. details of disbursement tomorrow” he wrote

Davido pledges N300m to orphanages across Nigeria