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Adaora Ukoh turns up the heat in new photos. The Lekki Wives star bares it all during a photoshoot in London with Daniel Sync.

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MAKE UP: Doris Makeup UK

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TONTO DIKEH, P SQUARE, CEO DANCERS: Dollhouse Lagos launches with a bang of Celebrities.

TONTO DIKEH, P SQUARE, CEO DANCERS: Dollhouse Lagos launches with a bang of Celebrities.

After months of preparation, Mike L Larry the man behind Dollhouse London launched a branch of his growing business in Lagos, Nigeria. A host of celebrities boogied on the dance floor to celebrate.

Tonto Dikeh, 2Face, Phyno, P Square, Kate Henshaw, Egor Efiok, Timaya, May D, Jimmy Jatt, Denrele, CEO Dancers were among the first celebrities to hit the floor of the prestigious club.

Entrance into Dollhouse is free all night and opens Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays 10pm – 5am‏ at 19A Adetokunboh Ademola VI.

http://www.dollhouselagos.com

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ZAFAA GLOBAL AWARDS 2013 NOMINEES EVENT

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“I’m so proud to announce the ZAFAA Global Awards 2013, and now we can start publicity as we now know the Nominees”. Says Sam Anwuzia, Founder of Zafaa Awards.

Dates of event:
14 to 15 November, Free Film Festival, Cultural display, Investment forum and Film Seminar

Venue: Greenwich Odeon Cinema, Bugsby Way, London, SE10 0QJ

Time: 10.00 AM to 5.00 PM each day

16th November Award night
Venue: KIA Oval, Kennington, London, SE11 5SS

Time 6.00 to 11pm

Recommended Dress Code: Complete Africa Wear

First of its kind. Paint the night Africa.

MANDATORY PHOTO CREDIT
Subztar for Sync PHOTOS
https://www.SyncPHOTOSonline.com

OMOTOLA ON BBC RADIO LONDON TODAY…HAVE A LISTEN!

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OMOTOLA ON BBC RADIO LONDON TODAY…HAVE A LISTEN!

 

‘Omosexy’: The Queen of Nollywood

Duration: 55 minutes

First broadcast: Tuesday 10 September 2013

Omotola Ekeinde (known to her fans as “omo-sexy”) is one of the biggest stars of the Nigerian film industry also known as ‘Nollywood’. This year she was named as one of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world. She has appeared in more than 300 movies and has her own reality TV show. Having been a UN World Food Programme ambassador, she now runs her own foundation aiming to give a voice to young Africans.

OFFICIAL RELEASE: OMOTOLA BRINGS FIRE AT MUYIWA GOES TO NOLLYWOOD

OFFICIAL RELEASE: OMOTOLA BRINGS FIRE AT MUYIWA GOES TO NOLLYWOOD

The forum at Kentish town turned Red hot last night, not even the fire service could have helped. It was the concert of Gospel artiste Muyiwa of the riversongz fame. The whole hall was filled with excitement as the highly anticipated show got underway. All eyes were glued on stage, dancing, singing and waiting… Then it happened. The special guest of the Night was introduced on stage and the hall literally caught fire! Omosexy as she’s famously called looked ravishing in her royal purple Roooi elegance piece, all jaws dropped!

Omotola was interviewed about her Christian background and backbone by international singer Muyiwa and one of the most influential people of the world even sang and danced. It was truly a night to remember. Omotola , Muyiwa and the very beautiful Joselyn Dumas truly brought the house down.

HAIR STYLIST: Libeks
DRESS BY: Roooi
MAKE-UP BY: Kemi Kings

EXCLUSIVE: INI EDO AND HUBBY IN LONDON – LOVE IN THE AIR

By: Daniel Sync – 25 August 2013

Tantalizing Ini is what I call her. This babe is damn fine. Ooops, back to business. Well, having been treated to a sizzling makeup session by celebrity makeup guru Princess Amayo and her to die for hairstyle, sorted; she romantically stepped out of her central London hotel with husband Phillip Ehiagwina for a night out with Egor Efiok, Actress Roseline Sanni and Mike Larry at the famous Doll House club. The champagne was flowing, the dance floor was rocking and Daniel Sync was at hand to captcha the fun.

Photos don’t lie! See for your eyes.

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NOLLYWOOD CELEBRATES OMOTOLA

In a First of its Kind Celebration, Actor’s Guild of Nigeria celebrates Omotola.

The Actor’s Guild of Nigeria headed by Iron Lady Ibinabo Fibresima elaborated African Movie Icon Omotola  for being enlisted as One of the most Influential people in the world by Times magazine.

Omotola wearing an Aqua green and black dress accompanied by her Wonderful Leading Man Capt. Matthew Ekeinde and their kids graced the First of its kind celebration which was hosted by veteran Actor Segun Arinze at the Oriental hotel ,V.I

The evening of Glamour and laughter had many Entertainers and friends of Nollywood coming out to appreciate and celebrate Omotola. Among the many guests were Fred Amata, Chief Wanle Akinboboye, Olisa Adibua, Rita domnic, Ini Edo Ehigwina and Husband , Keppy Epkeong Bassy and wife, Zeb Ejiro and wife, Emeka Ossai and wife, Kelechi Amadi Obi, Dimeji Alara and many others.

Actor Chidi Mokeme read her Citation which was greeted with a standing ovation and Elvina Ibru and Alula Ibru performed. As well as Timi Dakolo and Funny bone, Charles Novia, Fred Amata and the Sheik Zeb Ejiro gave testimonials on Omotola.

It was a night of fun, food, dance and celebration.

Makeup – Bimpe Onakoya

Dress is by – Kinabuti

Shoe – Carvela by Kurt Geiger

Wristwatch – Rolex

Earring – Black Pearl

Photos by – Kola/ Sync PHOTOS

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Roseline Sanni-Ajose At Miror Magazine Launch

In less than 24 hours of LABO movie premiere, rising star Roseline Sanni-Ajose was invited as the guest speaker at Miror magazine launch in London.

Roseline has also been nominated for UK Based Best Female Actress. Please vote here http://nubaa.org.uk/votes.html

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ImageModel, Sidoney and Roseline Sanni-Ajose.

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LABO hits London.

The Afro-Caribbean community in the UK trooped out last night to watch the most talked about movie in recent times. ‘LABO’. The film which was directed by Femi Fadeyi was premiered last night at the IMAX Odeon London Cinema.

An Afro-Caribbean British Movie Based On Family Battle for Cultural Supremacy.

The lead actress, Roseline Sanni-Ajose who arrived in a Bentley coupe and a stunning dress designed by Roooi, simply made heads turn.

Among the celebrities in attendance were, Victoria Inyama, Fatima Jabbe, Doris Simeon, Ruke Amata, Theodora Ibekwe and others.

Roseline has also been nominated for NUBAA Best UK based Nollywood Actress. Please vote here: http://nubaa.org.uk/votes.html

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Kcee to Limpopo at MBGN tonight

Kcee to Limpopo at MBGN tonight

Here are shots of Limpopo star on his way to the Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria pageant taking place in Bayelsa tonight. Words have it on the street that the sensational hit maker will be thrilling the audience and a host of stars at the event.

Photos by: Daniel Sync/ Sync PHOTOS

OMOTOLA stylishly lands in Bayelsa for MBGN 2013

OMOTOLA stylishly lands in Bayelsa for MBGN 2013

OMOTOLA touched down last night for the most talked about pageant in Nigeria, MGBN 2013 (Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria) which holds tonight in Bayelsa. The Actress is rumoured to be on the panel of judges.

Photo by: Daniel Sync/ Sync PHOTOS

BEHIND THE SCENE PHOTOS: Omotola and Toolz heart-2-heart talk on Ndani TV.

You have seen the interview, now enjoy the behind the scene pictures.
The moments, the touch, the smiles…

Every woman needs to be confident in herself because everything on this woman ‘it’s all good’. Isn’t yours?

Omotola and Toolz heart-2-heart talk on Ndani TV.
Watch it here: http://ndani.tv/blog/the-juice-omotola-jalade-ekeinde/

MANDATORY CREDITS
Omosexy in: Iconic Invanity Jacket. http://www.IconicInvanity.com
Make-up by: Bimpe Onakoya
Photos by: Daniel Sync/ Sync PHOTOS

OMOTOLA CAUSES A STIR AT MURTALA MUHAMMED AIRPORT

 

Omotola, one of the 100 most influential persons in the world landed at Murtala Muhammed Airport Lagos Nigeria over the weekend.

The world icon who just received an outstanding reception at the Time Gala in New York was welcomed by her charming husband Captain Matthew Ekeinde and a host of press and awaiting fans who had all gotten wind of her arrival.

A tired but elated Omotola who was all smiles thanked the whole crowd, posed for pictures and before everyone could say alo aloha… The captain and her waiting security whisked the World Figure away.

 

See photos.

 

Abike Dabiri flew to London to receive an Award. Is it really worth it?

Abike Dabiri-Erewa crowned with “International African Woman of the Year” at the 2nd annual Women4Africa Award.

The member of the House of Representatives for Ikorodu Constituency Lagos State, Honourable Dabiri-Erewa jetted in from the US to receive the award in London on Saturday.

The award was presented by the anchor of the occasion, Princess ‘Deun.

What do you think?

PAPPED: Angry TEE-A at Silverbird Cinema

PAPPED: Angry TEE-A at Silverbird Cinema

Well… i was minding my own business when Tee-A bumped into me at Silverbird Cinemas, so i did what i do best. Papping…

After my operation of catching him unawares, Tee-A approached me and made the most bizarre comment ever made to me as a paparazzi.

In his own words:

“Bro i’m here to chill. You should have asked me”.

I just could not contain my laughter. Tee-A are you a learner? I am a paparazzi!

You have been papped!

TONIGHT: Jonathan declares state of emergency in Borno, Yobe, Adamawa. Isn’t a bit late?

If this was America, UK and other developed countries; a state of emergency would have been declared within hours. Over 55 innocent people died at the hands of terrorists over the weekend and 3 days later, Jonathan Goodluck finally succumbed to pressure to declare a state of emergency. Is he just politically slow or what? Or was he consulting the baba isale’s (Political Godfathers).

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What are your thoughts?

OMOTOLA JALADE EKEINDE EARNS SPOT ON 2013 TIME 100

OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE + NEW PHOTOS


Atlanta, GA (April 18, 2013) – Nollywood superstar actress, musician and philanthropist, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde gains the coveted position in the most respected and anticipated list of the year, the 2013 TIME 100 Most Influential People In The World. Previous honorees have included Barack Obama, Oprah Winfrey, and Angelina Jolie.

As Africa’s leading lady of showbiz, Omotola joins the select few elite from around the world who TIME Magazine honors as the globes’ most distinguished individuals and who have amassed global achievements in their respective industries. After nearly two decades of consistent on screen success, the African Jewel’s accomplishments have been recognized as a pioneering force of the Nollywood film industry.

Omotola has received dozens of accolades, however, being noted on the TIME 100 not only catapults her superstardom but also reinforces the African film industry as a global powerhouse. Omotola’s influence has transcended across the African continent thanks to her stellar award-winning performances, respected humanitarian efforts, and being coined “The African Magic” by international media outlets alike.

Michael Djaba of I Factory Live & leading African entertainment provider OH BOX remarks, “Omotola epitomizes the 21st century African woman and after executive producing her successful reality show, Omotola: The Real Me, it’s with great joy we congratulate her being recognized as one of the most influential people in the world. She has so much more to come.”

In celebration of the honor, Omotola has been invited to New York City for the TIME 100 Gala on April 23, and will be rubbing shoulders alongside other honorees such as Michelle Obama, Beyoncé, and Steven Spielberg.

The full list and related tributes appear in the April 29 issue of TIME, available on newsstands and tablets on Friday, April 19, and now at www.time.com/time100.

TWEET: Omotola makes 2013 TIME 100! @Realomosexy @TIME @thebridgepr #TIME100 #OmotolaTIME100

PRESS INQUIRIES:
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julia@thebridgepr.co.uk
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MANAGEMENT INQUIRIES:
Michael Djaba/IFactory Live
info@theifactorylive.com

Photos by: Daniel Sync – www.SyncPHOTOSonline.com @danielsyncolu
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CANCER – is this really the cure?

At Last , The reason of Cancer has been discovered !This is an article that should be sent to anyone important in your life! 
John Hopkins Hospital Update Circulation Purpose 
1. No plastic containers in micro.
2. No water bottles in freezer . 
3. No plastic wrap in microwave .. Dioxin chemicals cause cancer, especially breast cancer ...Dioxins are highly poisonous 
to the cells of our bodies. Don't freeze your plastic bottles with water in them as this releases dioxins from the plastic. 

..Recently, Dr. Edward Fujimot! Wellness Program Manager at Castle Hospital , was on a TV program to explain this health 
hazard. He talked about dioxins and how bad they are for us . He said that we should not be heating our food in the microwave 
using plastic containers ..This especially applies to foods that contain fat ..He said that the combination of fat, high heat,
 and plastics releases dioxin into the food and ultimately into the cells of the body . Instead, he recommends using glass, 
such as Corning Ware, Pyrex or ceramic containers for heating food. You get the same results, only without the dioxin. 
So such things as TV dinners, instant ramen and soups, etc., should be removed from the container and heated in something else
 . Paper isn't bad but you don't know what is in the paper. It's just safer to use tempered glass, Corning Ware, etc .
He reminded us that a while ago some of the fast food restaurants moved away from the foam containers to paper. 
The dioxin problem is one of the reasons .. Also, he pointed out that plastic wrap, such as Saran, is just as dangerous 
when placed over foods to be cooked in the microwave. As the food is naked , the high heat causes poisonous toxins to actual
ly melt out of the plastic wrap and drip into the food .Cover food with a paper towel instead .This is an article that should
 be sent   to anyone important in your life.

Third Party Source.

Thatcher Funeral Fuels Pockets Of Protests. Is she the most hated female leader? Saint or Devil?

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There have been some protests – though smaller than expected – at the funeral of Baroness Thatcher.

Rows broke out between supporters of Lady Thatcher and demonstrators outside the Royal Courts of Justice in the Strand.

A pensioner called Phil Williams, who was dressed in a suit and black tie, was holding a banner saying “Rest in Shame” and a “piece of s***”, drawing loud cheers.

“Sorry, but it needs saying, they’re burying an old woman,” said the 58-year-old former power station worker from Shotton in Flintshire.

He added: “No one’s ever heard of Shotton apart from the fact that they lost 8,000 jobs when the steelworks closed in the early 80s.

“Look at what she did to the North, steelworks, mining, the poll tax. She trialled all these things in the North and made criminals out of a million people. I have no regard for the woman.”

Protester Charmain Kenner, 58, had her back turned as Lady Thatcher’s coffin went past Trafalgar Square in the hearse.

She said: “Thatcher’s policies were all about individualistic materialism. She created a much greater divide between rich and poor, she ruined many communities and many industries.

Source: Sky News

Our condolence to the families of the Boston Marathon bomb blast victims. Did you know that there have been 23 bomb threats on America soil?

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Here is a list of some of the worst bombings in the US dating to the 1800s, including some famous attempts that failed:

April 15, 2013: Two bombs explode in the packed streets near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing two people and injuring more than 80.

Jan. 17, 2011: A backpack bomb is placed along a Martin Luther King Day parade route in Spokane, Washington, meant to kill and injure participants in a civil rights march, but is found and disabled before it can explode. White supremacist Kevin Harpham is convicted and sentenced to 32 years in federal prison.

May 1, 2010: Pakistani immigrant Faisal Shahzad leaves an explosives-laden sport utility vehicle in New York’s Times Square, hoping to detonate it on a busy night. Street vendors spot smoke coming from the vehicle and the bomb is disabled. Shahzad is arrested as he tries to leave the country and is sentenced to life in prison.

Dec. 25, 2009: The so-called “underwear bomber,” Nigerian Umar Farouk
Abdulmutallab, is subdued by passengers and crew after trying to blow up an airliner heading from Paris to Detroit using explosives hidden in his undergarments. He’s sentenced to life in prison.

Sept. 11, 2001: Four commercial jets are hijacked by 19 al-Qaida militants and used as suicide bombs, bringing down the two towers of New York City’s World Trade Center and crashing into the Pentagon. Nearly 3,000 people are killed in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania.

Jan 22, 1998: Theodore Kaczynski pleads guilty in Sacramento, California, to being the Unabomber in return for a sentence of life in prison without parole. He’s locked up in the federal Supermax prison in Colorado for killing three people and injuring 23 during a nationwide bombing spree between 1978 and 1995.

Jan. 20, 1998: A bombing at an abortion clinic in Birmingham, Alabama, kills one guard and injures a nurse. Eric Robert Rudolph is suspected in the case.

July 27, 1996: A bomb explodes at Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta during the Summer Games, killing two people and injuring more than 100. Eric Robert Rudolph is arrested in 2003. He pleads guilty and is sentenced to life in prison.

April 19, 1995: A car bomb parked outside the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City kills 168 people and injures more than 500. It is the deadliest U.S. bombing in 75 years. Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols are convicted. McVeigh is executed in 2001 and Nichols is sentenced to life in prison.

Feb. 26, 1993: A bomb in a van explodes in the underground World Trade Center garage in New York City, killing six people and injuring more than 1,000. Five extremists are eventually convicted.

Nov. 7, 1983: A bomb blows a hole in a wall outside the Senate chamber at the Capitol in Washington. No one is hurt. Two leftist radicals plead guilty.

May 16, 1981: A bomb explodes in a men’s bathroom at the Pan Am terminal at New York’s Kennedy Airport, killing a man. A group calling itself the Puerto Rican Armed Resistance claims responsibility. No arrests are made.

Dec. 29, 1975: A bomb hidden in a locker explodes at the TWA terminal at New York’s LaGuardia Airport, killing 11 people and injuring 75. Palestinian, Puerto Rican and Croatian groups are suspected, but no arrests are made.

Jan. 29, 1975: The US State Department building in Washington, D.C., is bombed by the radical left group Weather Underground. No one is killed.

Jan. 24, 1975: A bomb goes off at historic Fraunces Tavern in New York City, killing four people. It was one of 49 bombings attributed to the Puerto Rican nationalist group FALN between 1974 and 1977 in New York.

Jan. 27, 1972: A bomb wrecks the New York City office of impresario Sol Hurok, who had been booking Soviet artists. One person is killed and nine are injured, Hurok among them. A caller claiming to represent Soviet Jews claims responsibility, but no arrests are made.

March 1, 1971: The Senate wing of the US Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., is bombed by the radical left group Weather Underground. No one is killed.

March 6, 1970: Three members of the Weather Underground accidentally blow themselves up in their townhouse in New York City’s Greenwich Village while making bombs.

1951-56: George Metesky, a former Consolidated Edison employee with a grudge against the company, sets off a series of blasts at New York landmarks, including Grand Central station and Radio City Music Hall. No one is killed. Known as The Mad Bomber, Metesky spends 16 years in a mental hospital.

May 18, 1927: 45 people – 38 of them children – are killed when a school district treasurer, Andrew Kehoe, lines the Bath Consolidated School in Michigan, with hundreds of pounds (kilograms) of dynamite, and blows it up. Investigators say Kehoe, who also died in the blast, thought he would lose his farm because he couldn’t pay property taxes used to build the school.

Sept. 16, 1920: A bomb explodes in New York City’s Wall Street area, killing 40 and injuring hundreds. Authorities conclude it was the work of “anarchists” and come up with a list of suspects, but all flee to Russia.

Oct. 1, 1910: The Los Angeles Times building is dynamited during a labor dispute, killing 20 people. Two leaders of the ironworkers union plead guilty.

May 4, 1886: A bomb blast during a labor rally at Chicago’s Haymarket Square kills 11 people, including seven police officers, and injures more than 100. Eight “anarchists” are tried for inciting riot. Four are hanged, one commits suicide and three win pardons after seven years in prison.

Source: News AU