Sunday, 31 July 2011


After 91 fun-filled days, the Big Brother Amplified finally comes to an end in grand style today, Sunday 31st July 2011 with KAREN and WENDELL winning the Reality TV show. Many had expected that Luclay would be a winner but they were so disappointed. Equally disappointed were those who felt Wendell would not go this far. According to some comments on facebook, in Africa Entertainment Network group, Luclay was robbed, and Wendell was unduly favoured:
Weber Grace ‎@emdee; honestly, sometin went wrong somewhere. Karen yes! Luclay luclay; was robbed. Wendell doesnt desrv 2b among d 1st 5contestnts
Foluke Omolade Ojelua Wendell doesn't deserve d money. 
  But according to Big Brother, here is how the finalists and winners emerged: "Vina received zero country votes and was evicted first. Hanni, Lomwe and Sharon O received one country vote each and were also evicted, as was Luclay who received 2 country votes. Karen, with six country votes and Wendall with four country votes..." 
What do you think about this?

Monday, 25 July 2011

Taiwo Oduala, the Nigerian Film Director, for Zaffa Awards.

Taiwo Oduala, the multi-talented Nigerian film maker has been nominated for the Best indigenous DIRECTOR : Zaffa Awards in London, UK in October 2011 with the film title OLASUBOMI. The film is also nominated for four other awards, which includes: Best indigenous film, Best producer: Bose Alao Omotoyossi; Best actress: shola Shobowale, & Best actor : Yinka Quadri. We wish him and all other nominees the best of luck.

Sunday, 24 July 2011


Amy Winehouse - Singer.
Addiction,  which the rich and famous entertainers battle with can truly be said to be the  thematic malady for the world today.
The 27 years old Brit and Grammy award winner, Amy Winehouse, had faced this battle over her youthful years, but at last, she was found dead in Camden, at her north London home .

There have been several efforts to rehabilitate her, but she abhors the rehab, which she made so clear even in her song "The Rehab" in which she sang "I don't want to go to rehab".  Eventually, she made it to the rehab. In fact, she just came out of one. The BBC confirms "She had recently finished a course of alcohol rehabilitation in London and at the time was under strict instructions not to drink." But we are beginning to wonder if many who go the rehab come out clean forever. There is a speculation among psychologists that "... overdose deaths are much more likely after individuals leave institutions such as prisons or hospitals because they often return to accustomed levels of consumption of a substance after having lost their tolerance for it." Could it be said that this - the policy of abstinence -  was responsible for Amy's untimely death? What do you think about this?