Tuesday, 1 October 2013
Women who drive risk damaging their ovaries and producing children with clinical problems, according to a conservative Saudi cleric. The comment, made by Sheikh Saleh al-Lohaidan, came as activists step up their campaign for women in Saudi Arabia to be allowed to drive. Women are being called upon to defy the ban and drive on 26 October.The ban on women drivers, while informal, is enforced by Saudi police through fines and arrests.
Seems like Jim Iyke has not heard the last of his deliverance at SCOAN, Former Actors Guild Of Nigeria President called the whole saga and embarrassment saying he was paid to do it and brought Nollywood to church while Afrocandy and Senator Patrick Obahiagbon have both aired their opinions via social media.
Few weeks after 13-year-old Daniel Oikhena was crowned a hero for beating airport security officials in Benin to hide in a tyre compartment of a Lagos-bound Arik plane, the Airport Command of the Nigeria Police Force has arrested three teenagers for alleged illegal attempt to board some international flights in Lagos. The trio of Lateef Popoola, 13; Amadi Joshua, 14; and Ukpabio Onyedikachi, 14, were arrested at different times at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Ikeja.
. Angelina Jolie, unwittingly or not, provoked yet another round of secret wedding rumors Down Under over the weekend. Hanging out at Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia with her kids, the actress and Unbroken director, 38, wore what seems to be a new gold band on her wedding finger; the simple ring rests against the Oscar winner's much more elaborate engagement ring, given to her by fiance Brad Pitt in spring of 2012. These people should stop giving us high jump and get married already.