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17-year-old Beninoise woman poisons her Nigerian husband because she hates him

A Beninoise teenager, 17-year-old Abiodun Ojo, who killed her husband, Jimoh, in the Makoko area of Yaba, Lagos State Nigeria, said she poisoned her husband because she hated him. Abiodun, during her interview blamed her father for forcing her to marry Jimoh, who she said never took care of h…

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“Well, I stand up next to a mountain
Chop it down with the edge of my hand.”

Angélique Kidjo covering Jimi Hendrix’ Voodoo Chile live on Australian TV (1999)

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Summertime by Angelique Kidjo (Cover)

So much bad news this week so here’s one of my favorite songs to soothe one’s spirits. NOT A VIDEO.

Beninoise man arrainged in court for stealing Chris Ayanwu's N10m, Jewellery

Beninoise man arrainged in court for stealing Chris Ayanwu’s N10m, Jewellery

A 33 year old Beninoise man identified as Brouno Amoussou was today Sept. 11th arraigned before the Igbosere Magistrate Court for allegedly conspiring to steal N10million cash, land documents and expensive jewelries from the home of Senator Chris Anyanwu, a serving senator representing Imo state at the National Assembly.

According to the prosecutor of the case, Cpl Innocent Odugbo, the…

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Angélique Kidjo, “Afia.” Õÿö. 2010.

It is normal for the Beninoise to mark their farm animals somehow. (Colored fabric, dye their fur, etc.) This is the most unique one I’ve seen so far!