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Why I Sold 10 Trucks In A Day-Shina Peller

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Socialite, Shina Peller, has refuted claims that he is just a rich guy who loves to party.

Speaking during an exclusive interview with www.theoctopusnews.com, the brain behind Nigeria’s leading night club Quilox revealed that his night club is less than 10 percent of what he does.

The fair-complexioned man revealed that he works like every other person and it would be wrong to assume that because he has a club then he is not a serious element.

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“There was a time I sold 10 of my trucks from my haulage business. I sold all of them in one day. I sold the trucks because I needed to finance the construction of the club because no bank was willing to identify with the business that was waiting to be tapped,” Peller said.

A man with serious business interest, Peller, has delved into politic where he hopes to help his people and not just shout from the sidelines. Unlike people who would sit and enjoy themselves knowing that they are comfortable, Peller, has the interest of his people at heart, what a man.

Chief Kenny and Shina Peller at an event

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Toyin Lawani Rants About Nigerians

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Toyin Lawani, apparently fed up with her online critics, took to Instagram to rant about Nigerians, especially those who leave unfavorable comments on her posts.

 

The serial entrepreneur began by telling her followers that “kids are off limits” and they have no right to comment about her kids. She then went on to blast Nigerians who come on her IG page to criticize her.

 

She said Nigerians should be grateful a creative like her is in this country. She proceeded to slam the country and it’s government.

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“You should be happy that you have such creative like me in your f****** country and that’s the truth. Your government is not working. Nothing is working. How many of you can successfully run an empire for years.”

 

She went on to list the ways she adds value to Nigeria and how she provides employment to physically challenged people so they can care for their families.

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She added that people from other continents come to train at her fashion school yet jobless Nigerians come on her page to disrespect her.

 

She said: “People come and train from me, from my fashion school, from Canada, from USA, from Norway. That’s me adding value to your dead ass country.”

 

She went on to say that a number of Nigerians are simply bitter, sadistic people filled with hate.

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Nigerian Queen Of Blogging, Linda Ikeji Shares Unique Birthday Pictures

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Nigerian queen of blogging, Linda Ikeji, is a year older today.

The mother of one turned 39 years old. To celebrate, she shared a couple of pictures and wrote the line below:

It’s my birthday today, guys! My last year as a 30-something year old! ???. But I am so grateful for how far God has brought me. For all the blessings I don’t take for granted; for my son, parents, siblings, great friends, dedicated readers of those blog, loyal fans, everyone who has followed my journey and to you reading this!

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Happy birthday to me! Thank you so much for all the well wishes. God bless you and yours! #Sept19 #Virgogirl

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No Drums As Chimamanda Adichie Adds A Year

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For renowned author, Chimamanda Adichie, tomorrow is a special day.

Born September 15, 1977, Adichie who has carved a niche for herself in the global literature industry will be 42 years old.

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Though it is unlikely that she will be rolling out the drums for the day, there is a possibility that she would mark the special day.

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Of course, acknowledgment of the special day will come from her family, colleagues, and friends.

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