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Nkechi Blessing Sunday slumps as she mourns her mother at the ongoing burial ceremony (Videos)



Nkechi Blessing Sunday slumps as she mourns her mother at the ongoing burial ceremony

A video has surfaced online that revealed the moment popular Nollywood actress, Nkechi Blessing Sunday slums on Saturday at her late mum, Mrs Gloria Sunday Obasa’s burial ceremony. An earlier video showed the traumatized actress, calling out to her mum, asking her to come back.

She had captioned the video: “This weekend we lay you to eternal rest mummy…Hard to digest but it’s a reality I have to learn to live with for the rest of my life, Can you see how useless and lazy I have been since you left.

I lived for you mummy but you decided to end it this way…Who am I to complain? Rather than be strong even though it’s the hardest thing for me right now.

In a video making the rounds on social media family and friends could be seen trying to wake her up after she slumped at the ongoing burial in Ojodu Berger, Lagos.

Also Read: Actress Nkechi Blessing acquires another brand new Mercedes Benz (photos)

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NSCDC holds meeting with hunters, others on how to rid Edo forests of criminals



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The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) in Edo State, on Tuesday, held a strategic meeting with Edo Security Network, Hunters’ Association of Nigeria and management of forest reserves in the state.

NSCDC Commandant in the state, Aniekan Udoeyop, in his opening remarks at the meeting, held in Benin, said the meeting had become imperative, owing to the need for synergy to rid the state of criminals lurking around the forests.

This, according to him, is because the activities of the criminals in the forests have brought untold hardship to the residents, adding that if not checked, it could get worse.

“We are talking about insecurity now, but the worst that may come is food insecurity, because of the activities of criminals and bandits in our forests, farms, and bushes.

“As we speak now, how many farmers can go to their farms?

“So, if farmers can’t go to their farms because of kidnapping, raping and killing, how will you take care of yourselves, families and the state?

“The essence of coming together is for us to rub minds, because security is not one person’s business. Everyone has a quota to contribute to it,” he said.

The commandant, while appealing to residents of the state to “say something when they see something,” stressed the need for proactive measures to stem the tide of insecurity.

He noted that other states were flushing out bandits and those terrorising their forests. “We will not make the mistake of making the state a safe haven for them,” he added.

“This is why I called the forest people, the hunters and the agro-rangers, which is domiciled with NSCDC, so that together, we will comb the forests.

“We don’t want anyone to come to Edo and do business of trading with human lives through kidnapping, killing, raping and collection of ransom”.

Mr Udoeyop further said that the command was ready to take the battle to the forests, in collaboration with the hunters, management of forest reserves and the Edo Security Network.

In his remarks, the Coordinator of Edo Security Network, Emmanuel Oboh, said the organisation was prepared to join hands with NSCDC to achieve the desired goal.

Mr Oboh, however, appealed that members of his security outfit should not be slighted but should be given recognition and their efforts commended.

A representative of the director, forest reserve, Unity Okundawague, called for improved tactics and measures to tackle the criminals in the state.



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Elk rings house holder's door bell



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Surprise visit! Moment a massive elk rings doorbell with its antlers before tucking into homeowner’s flowers

  • James F Jonell spotted the elk on his doorbell camera at his home in Colorado
  • Mr Jonell said the deer began eating his festive display which included flowers
  • The elk accidentally bumped into the doorbell on the porch with its antler  

A Colorado householder was shocked when a large elk arrived on his porch to nibble on his Christmas floral display before rinking his doorbell with his large antler. 

The giant ruminant wandered up to the porch in Colorado and started eating some flowers. 

James F Jonell posted the video of the elk visiting his home in Estes Park, Colorado which was captured on his motion sensitive doorbell camera. 

The elk paid a visit to the porch of James F Jonell at his home in Estes Park, Colorado

The large ruminant enjoyed munching on the floral display on the porch of the house

The large ruminant enjoyed munching on the floral display on the porch of the house 

After eating flowers beside the front door, the elk switched its attention to a wreath on the pillar

After eating flowers beside the front door, the elk switched its attention to a wreath on the pillar

After a few seconds of rummaging the video picks up the sound of the doorbell being triggered.  

After eating some flowers outside the elk then turns and nibbles on a Christmas wreath on the side of the porch. 

James F Jonell posted the footage online where people began commenting on the unusual video. 

One person wrote: ‘So cute! He was sniffing the wreath as if something tasty might be on it.’

 Another said: ‘Whew! That’s a mighty big visitor! I suppose that he assumed that no one was home!’  

Another added: ‘Did this elk just ring the bell of this house? Wtf lol!!

‘He was like: “hello, anyone home? I need something to munch on!’


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