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FFK’s former Egyptian lover apologizes after calling him a ‘hallucinogenic man and a liar’

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FFK's former Egyptian lover apologizes after calling him a 'hallucinogenic man and a liar'

Nesma Galal, Femi Fani-Kayode’s former Egyptian lover has apologized to him after calling him out on social media.

The romance had gotten to public space in 2020 after Nesma described the former Minister of Aviation as “All my stars my everything in my life” in an Instagram post, to which he responded by writing “My Hatun”, an honorific word for women, equivalent to the English term “My lady.”

However months after this, the Egyptian lady returned to Instagram to call out the former Minister, alleging that she left him because he is not fit to be a husband.

Nesma’s post at that time read;

“I left this man forever because he did not deserve to be a husband. Because he’s a hallucinogenic man, traitorous, and a liar.

“He begged my mother to come back to him again, but it’s impossible to come back to him.

“And I did block him from Instagram, Facebook, and WhatsApp and have all the conversations that prove that he’s begging me and my mother to come back, but I refused forever.

“This is a traitorous man. He’s mentally ill, I swear to god.”

She has however now taken to same platform to apologize to him, saying “she erred”. Nesma also disclosed that her previous Instagram post was put out of jealousy.

Admitting that she loves him, the Egyptian lady added that FFK deserves the best, respect, love and appreciation from her.

She wrote;

I erred in your right a lot ‏
‏And I admit that I made a mistake in your right, and when I put a bad post on my page that offended you, it was out of jealousy for you because I am jealous for you
‏ Because was I loved you so much, but I was always saw from you all the best, respect, love and appreciation for me I swear to God
‏ You are a person who deserves respect and appreciation because you are the kindest, noblest, most compassionate, most merciful and most beautiful of God’s creatures
‏Dear femi I apologize to you in front of the world

‏You are the purest of God’s creation

Really You’re beautiful angel

I’m very sorry charming king femi feni kayode@real_ffk

God bless you forever habibi

FFK who was in the comment section of the post, thanked her for the apology and disclosed that he misses her every moment.

He wrote;

Thank you so much my Hatun. I forgave you a second after I saw the post because I know who and what you are and that you did not mean a word of it. I am sorry if I in any way hurt your feelings but you know that you are my Hatun. Thank you for having the courage and love to reach out. I missed you every second of every minute of every hour of every day and every night. You are my Hatun and no

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#EndSARS Memorial: Nigerian youths plan to shutdown Lekki Toll Gate tomorrow

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The Nigerian youths have confirmed that the Lekki Toll Gate in Lagos will be shut down tomorrow, Wednesday 20.

According to the youths, the #Endsars Memorial Car Procession will be held at the toll gate from 8 am.

The notifier, shared by Nigerian singer Falz, said the procession is “in memory of the lives lost on the 20-10-20.

“We should all endeavour to stay in our vehicles all throughout the procession and also in groups for safety reasons.

“Please be sure to arrive on time so we can proceed in unity together,” the notifier stated.

This plan was also confirmed by Comedian Mr Macaromi, who shared e-fliers of the car procession and the order of programme on his Instagram page.

Meanwhile Falz, on his part, noted that nothing will stop the procession.

“It is impossible for us not to memorialize our fallen heroes,” Falz stated on Instagram.

However, some youths are also planning a counter-protest titled “Defend Lagos.”

The Defend Lagos group in a trending message said:

“About a year ago, this carnage fell on Lagos State while Lagosians thought it was just going to be a protest. Lagos State was destroyed by End SARS protesters.

“Lagosians are ready to defend Lagos NOW. Never again will Lagos be destroyed.”

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University of Ibadan loses two students in 24 hours

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A 200 level student of the University of Ibadan (UI), Oluwaseun Ayomide Adeyemo, yesterday died in a car accident.
 
The student of the department of Microbiology was involved in a car accident around Mobil filling station, UI Ojoo axis.

She was rushed to the University Health Clinic popularly known as Jaja but efforts to save her life proved abortive as she passed on due to excessive loss of blood.
 
Her death came barely 24 hours as the university community was mourning the loss of a 400 level student of the department of History, Adebayo Adegoke.

Adegoke was allegedly shot by robbers around Pre-Boye World Shopping Complex in the late hours of 10:00 p.m. on Saturday.

A source, who preferred anonymity said, the deceased, who lived in Independence hall was shot and efforts to save his life proved abortive as he was unable to make it to the hospital.

Adegoke

The students’ union officials were joined by the Dean Students Affairs, Professor A. Abiona, Head of Department of History and some other students’ leaders to visit the Bodija police station in order to ensure proper investigation is carried out on the deaths.

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Another building collapses in Lagos

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A building collapsed Monday night at No. 97, Lagos Road in the Haruna area of Ikorodu.

The incident occurred around 10pm. Two persons, a male and a female, were confirmed injured.

The victims are currently at the Ikorodu General Hospital receiving treatment.

At least three persons are trapped but no casualty yet, the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) said.

It was gathered that after the structure disintegrated, residents within the area mobilised to carry out initial rescue.

The Fire Service and Police responded on time but could not do much due to unavailability of equipment to lift rubbles.

A rescue operation was ongoing as at press time.

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