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Ramsey Nouah reacts to design theft, says 'it was a miscommunication'

Precious 'Mamazeus' Nwogu

Ramsey NouahThe graphics artist has since revealed that she has been contacted and compensated.
'Living In Bondage' sequel director, Ramsey Nouah has reacted to the recent production design theft allegations.
The first-time director took to his verified Instagram account on Wednesday to address the accusation, stating that he had been notified and that the issue bordered on miscommunication.

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Davido's fiancee Chioma reacts to domestic violence rumours in their relationship

Odion Okonofua
Davido wifeDavido's fiancee, Chioma Rowland has come out to react to the rumours of domestic violence in their relationship.
In a post shared via her Instagram page on Tuesday, June 16, 2020, the celebrity chef debunked all the rumours, insisting that there has never been any form of violence in their home.
"I know you guys absolutely love to spread all sorts of rumours and stories for your entertainment and I've known from Day 1 what to expect from blogs and the internet especially with myself and family being in the public space,' she wrote.
Chioma says she is shocked at the rumours in circulation about her family.

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Your airline is useless, Naira Marley fires back at Executive Jet

For describing Marlians as ‘bunch of useless people’, musician Naira Marley has exchanged bitter words with the owner of Executive Jets airline, Mr. Sam naira marleIwuajoku in a series of tweets.
The airline had flown Naira Marley and his team to Abuja, where they performed at a concert in violation of the COVID-19 guidelines
Iwuajoku, in a letter dated June 15, 2020, and addressed to the Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, apologised for the incident and claimed that he thought the aircraft was conveying a serving minister and his team.
He said he was shocked when he realised that it was Naira Marley and his team, who were conveyed by the aircraft.

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Inem Peter 1Gravely concerned and alarmed by the sad development in the creative industry, especially in Nollywood, where Producers and Directors have been called out for sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual molestation and rape.

Directors' Guild of Nigeria (DGN) has risen from a crucial emergency meeting and immediately resolved to:

  1. Set up a panel of inquiry in order to investigate various sexual harrasements and rape accusations against members.
  2. Investigate, probe and determine deterrent penalties and punitive measures for offenders.
  3. Seek and Support every initiative of well meaning industry stakeholders to curb the menace of sexual harassment, rape and/or sex for roles.

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