Akeem Reachnaija

Akeem ReachnaijaJuly 20, 2019


Davido’s recent post on Instagram using the viral photo-altering app, FaceApp has got top actor, RMD talking.
There are talks that Davido and RMD look alike.

After putting up a picture of a much older Davido using photo-altering app FaceApp, on Instagram, RMD has reacted.

Richard Mofe Damijo reacted to Davido’s FaceApp picture after his fans and followers insisted that he looks like the veteran actor.

The picture post, which has over 340K likes and over 10K comments, had RMD reacting to the resemblance claims.
In his reaction, RMD agreed that the photo-altering app makes Davido look like him a bit. But he went further to say he still looked better than the younger singer.

“Lol for real oo @davidoofficial. You do a little bit. But I fine pass him old age abi?”

In the same vein, actress, Iyabo Ojo wondered if the picture post was not RMD because of the resemblance. She wrote, “is this uncle Richard mofe.”

Other celebs like Falz, Broda Shaggi, Yung6ix, Etinosa Idemudia, and Danagog also agreed that there was some resemblance between Davido and RMD.

Quite many of Davido’s followers also share the opinion that the singer looks like RMD using the FaceApp.

In the last few days, the FaceApp, a photo-altering smartphone app, has found itself at the center of a popular social media challenge.

A range of celebrities had been using the app’s age filter to modify photographs of themselves and provide realistic glimpses of what they could look like decades in the future.

Akeem ReachnaijaJuly 20, 2019


Edo State Governor Godwin Obaseki laments as he cant nominate somebody for federal appointment and make critical decisions.

Godwin Obaseki laments while speaking with members of the Benin Community resident in the Federal Capital Territory at Edo State Lodge, Abuja, on Friday.

He said:

“I have endured so much as a Governor. As a governor have not been able to even nominate somebody for a federal appointment and mean while federal appointment are made everyday. I cant be governor and not a governor, I should be able to make decisions which are in my view and in the best interest of Edo State. If your children are fighting and you cannot settle them, then what authority do you have.

Akeem ReachnaijaJuly 20, 2019

Ekiti State University (EKSU), College of Medicine has produced their first set of medical doctors, after almost 10 years of waiting.

According to reports reaching us at KikioTolu News, the result of the final MBBS Professional Examination of the medical students in the College of Medicine, Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti has been released.

All the 43 medical students presented for the examination passed and one of them with a distinction.

Governor Fayemi confirmed the news on Twitter, see what he wrote below;

Akeem ReachnaijaJuly 20, 2019


Singer and songwriter, Tobechukwu Victor Okoh, popularly known as Peruzzi, has said that he found it hard to believe his distant cousin, Chioma, when she said she was dating popular entertainer, David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido.

Peruzzi said that around the time when Chioma told him about her relationship with Davido, he noticed that the ‘Assurance’ crooner was always showing love and support towards his songs and brand on his social media platform.

He said, “After my mother’s burial; I was going home and someone sent me a message on Twitter, commending my song. The person asked if I remembered her. After she explained who she was, I remembered her. She told me Davido sent my song to her. I didn’t believe it. She further told me that they were dating and she is like my distant cousin, so I didn’t even see it coming.

“I felt like how can she be dating Davido and I wouldn’t know since. She was able to convince me after she sent me some pictures; she told me he was going to be around the next day. She invited me to his welcome party and I went there around 2 am at Club 57.

“Once Davido entered with his entourage, I was scared. He was facing me, but I didn’t know what to do. I moved to see him carefully. He looked at me and called my name. I was happy and I held him. He told me he loved my songs and that I should come to his house. That was the best night of my life. I sent Chioma a text; that I was with him.

“I couldn’t sleep that night because I was too excited. She (Chioma) is my mother’s cousin’s daughter. But she is my cousin; that is how we refer to each other. I don’t have a proper contract with Davido; he is my guy so I am not worried about that. Some people have lived with him for years without any contract.”

In the past, Peruzzi has been insulted for wearing Davido’s clothes, but when asked if he felt bad about it, he said there was nothing wrong in wearing his ‘guy’s’ clothes.

He said, “How would you see something you like and you can’t tell your male friend that you like it? I told him I liked an outfit and he gave it to me. I have come to realise that no matter what I do, people would talk. I don’t let it get to me.”

The singer, who left medicine to pursue a career in music, also spoke about some of the challenges he went through before he rose to stardom.

He said, “I was born into a family where everybody sings. I have two sisters, and I am the last child and the only son. My dad bought me a piano when I was seven years old. The first song I ever learnt how to play was a gospel song. I was a member of the choir; I was born into a Christian family.

“My dad was an engineer and my mum was a nurse. After high school, I went to university to study medicine and surgery. In my first year, I didn’t do music because I had to be serious. In my second year, I was at the dinner of a Valentine’s Day party and my guys set me up to sing. People liked my rendition and wanted me to continue singing.

“I continued, and they started paying me to perform at shows. I started battling with doing music and medicine. I was doing it like that till my third year. After my fifth year, I had issues after my passport was stolen. I travelled to get a new passport and that was when Extreme Music contacted me. I was stressed out and decided to return to Nigeria.

“I needed about $400 to complete the money needed for my flight ticket back to Nigeria and my girlfriend gave it to me. We packed my things together and she was even crying. I didn’t tell my father I was coming (to Nigeria); I only told my immediate sister and mother. When my father saw me, he thought l came home for a holiday.

“When he realised I left my studies, he called a family meeting. I had to leave the house and rent an apartment close to the house because I still needed food from home as I didn’t have money at the time. There was no pocket money coming from my father anymore.

“My mum used to send me food. I tried my best but it wasn’t working out. One man from Malaysia listened to my song and signed me but it still didn’t work out. I went to Abuja but my father was still disturbing me and asking me to go back to school.

“The pressure was too much and I had to break up with my girlfriend at the time. I started drinking but I decided to channel my anger into writing songs. I didn’t listen to any Nigerian music for three years; I was trying to find myself. I was writing songs and singing it to the people in the house.

“Three years later, I recorded a song and after that, I lost my mother to cancer. I cried but I still released the song because I was determined. I kept sharing the song. Even though I got blocked by people on social media, I persisted. I went to Abuja to do radio rounds.

“I slept and woke up one evening, only to check my phone and saw messages from people telling me to check Davido’s Snapchat account. I saw that he liked my song; I was excited. I still didn’t know what to do. I wasn’t tempted to send Davido a message on social media. My song, Amaka, with Tuface also changed my life financially; I got a lot of calls for shows.”

Peruzzi also talked about how he sold his car to buy some drugs for his ailing mother before she died.

“When we realised my mother was diagnosed with cancer; I had to put my car on auction immediately. I wanted to quickly send money to people to help me get the drugs she needed. I could only get the drugs from India but they still didn’t work. I still see myself going back to complete my degree in medicine and surgery but I don’t see myself sitting in the hospital.”

Akeem ReachnaijaJuly 20, 2019

A commendation service/night of tributes was held in Lagos on Friday for late Funke Olakunrin, daughter of chairman of Pan Yoruba socio-political group, Afenifere, Pa Reuben Fasoranti.

Mrs Olakunrin, 58, was fatally shot by masked gunmen between Kajola and Ore along the Ondo-Ore Road on Friday last week while travelling to Lagos.

She was the second daughter of the Afenifere leader.

Present at the night of tributes were her husband, children, friends and old schoolmates.

Among the guests were Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila; national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu; former governor of Ogun State, Gbenga Daniel, and former aviation minister, Femi Fani-Kayode.

Speaking at the event, Tinubu described the late Mrs Olakunrin as an exceptional woman whom he shared ideas with from time to time ranging from politics to family matters.

The former Lagos governor said her attackers did not kill her spirit, praying that God will be with the family she left behind.

Olakunrin will be buried in Akure, Ondo State on July 22.

Akeem ReachnaijaJuly 20, 2019

The National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, on Friday described the late Mrs Olufunke Olakunrin as a woman of exceptional character. He urged Nigerians to emulate her virtues.

At the commendation service held for her at Harbour Point, Victoria Island, he said Olakunrin gave her best to humanity.

According to him, Olakunrin was closer to the ordinary people than the rich and the mighty, noting that she did her best to better lives of those who came her way.

He said the deceased was full of compassion and quick to forgive those who crossed her path.

“To know Funke is to know an exceptional human being. People will also attest to her goodness and nobleness. She cared for the poor more than she cared for the rich. She came to be an honour to her parents any family. “This bright star was taken from us in the most terrible way.

“Funke and I shared great moments and I benefitted immensely from her wisdom. This bright star was taken away from us in a very terrible manner. “I pray that the Almighty God will give the family and the father the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss.”

Akeem ReachnaijaJuly 18, 2019


Gboyega Oyetola, the governor of Osun state, says he felt very ridiculed when he contested the state governorship election with a person like Senator Ademola Adeleke popularly known as the Dancing Senator, in September 2018.

Speaking while receiving the leadership of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) led by Yemi Farounbi in his office earlier today July 17th, Governor Oyetola suggested that Adeleke ought to have been screened out of the governorship race.

“The country’s electoral system is weak, especially regarding the screening of candidates which gave room for somebody like Ademola Adeleke to contest for governorship seat of the state. Sometimes when I sit down and realise that I was actually contesting with Adeleke, who is best at dancing, I felt ridiculed, very ridiculed. It would have been a tragedy for our state if the whole thing had turned the other way round.

“Anybody that is seriously concerned about the development of the state would at least be interested in whoever is going to pilot the affairs of the state.

“One wonders why the country’s electoral laws would have allowed that guy to even contest in the first instance. We don’t have control. Even in the north where we believe they’re disadvantaged in terms of education, they put in the best always. See whoever goes for any political office in the North is always the best of their stuck.” Governor Oyetola said