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Today's Headlines :Have you heard of Ajah boys, 1m boys? I founded them–Portable; Actress Ada Ameh is dead

Have you heard of Ajah boys, 1m boys? I establish them–Portable

Habib Okikiola (Portable), a Nigerian musician, has made an explosive admission.

The divisive singer revealed that he founded two notorious gangs in Lagos.

Portable made the remark while bragging about not being afraid of anyone.

In a trending video, he said: “Open your ears and be listening.

“Have you heard of Ajah boys, one million boys? I established them.”

Actress Ada is dead

Nollywood actress, Ada Ameh is dead.

According to The Nation, Ada died on Sunday in Warri, Delta State.

It was gathered that ‘The Johnsons’ star, collapsed and died around 11 pm on Sunday.

Transfer: De Ligt finally snubs move to Chelsea

Juventus defender, Matthijs de Ligt, is set to sign for Bayern Munich this week.

Both clubs were locked in negotiations all day Sunday and have now agreed to a €80 million transfer.

Fabrizio Romano, a football transfer expert, confirmed this.

Haaland will be targeting him –Adebayo takes on Man Utd's new defender

Former English professional footballer, Adebayo Akinfenwa has noted that height would be a major problem for Manchester United’s newly signed defender, Lisandro Martinez.

Martinez has joined Manchester United from Ajax, the club announced on Saturday.

Adebayo, a former Swansea City player, believes the Argentina international would struggle against Manchester City's Erling Haaland.

I've made more money from 'Last Last' than any other song ever –Burna boy

Grammy-award-winning singer, Burna Boy has revealed that he has made more money from his hit song ‘Last Last’ than any other song in his career.

The African giant made this known in a viral video.

Deeper life clarifies Kumuyi's comment on Muslim-Muslim ticket

Deeper Christian Life Ministry has explained that the view of its General Overseer, Williams Kumuyi on the controversial Muslim-Muslim ticket was neither a political statement nor an attack on any personality as misrepresented by some sections of the media.

Kumuyi told newsmen on Wednesday, June 22 after a courtesy call on Kwara State Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq that the Muslim-Muslim or Christian-Christian ticket is a difficult and slippery area, and that political office holders should consider the heartbeat of the country as well as the desires of the people before making such decisions.

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