God Gives, God Takes – Flavour Writes As He Mourns Father’s Demise

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Flavour, the renowned Nigerian singer Chinedu Okoli, is currently facing the heart-wrenching sorrow of losing his dear father.

Just a few moments ago, the music icon took to his Twitter page to share this devastating news, accompanied by a touching throwback video of himself serenading his father with a heartfelt song.

This poignant video captures a truly beautiful moment between a father and his son, emphasizing the profound bond they shared.

In his emotionally charged caption, Flavour lovingly referred to his father as “Papa Ijele,” a term of endearment that signifies deep respect and love.

He bid his father a heartfelt farewell, urging him to “rest well,” words that deeply resonated with his fans and followers who joined him in mourning this loss.

Flavour captioned the video;

“Nna m. Papa Ijele. Rest well”.

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In other news,  Chioma Goodhair has revealed how she made her first million.

The popular Nigerian socialite and Real Housewives of Lagos cast member stated that she made her first million while at the university.

Speaking in an interview with Tacha on the Big Friday Show, she revealed that she made her first million Naira from throwing parties when she was a student.

She claimed that her entrepreneurial spirit was originally sparked while she was attending the University of Birmingham, where she was recognized for her pleasant and outgoing personality.

She shared an example of how she leveraged her celebrity to arrange campus parties and encourage hundreds of students, largely women, to buy tickets.

‘My first million naira was probably from throwing events in uni. I went to the University of Birmingham and I didn’t even plan to but I was so popular then and I knew a lot of people and I was very friendly. I’m still a friendly person I don’t look it but I am. I’m also a girls girl and I’m very good at convincing people to do stuff.”

“So back then some guys used to organize parties and one guy would be like, ‘Come and sell tickets to your friends,’ and I’d bring like 100 or 200 girls. So the next year he was like why don’t we come together to throw these parties because you’re really good at selling tickets?”

“So we organised this party and we made so much money and when I convert it, it would have been over a million naira…It was like six thousand pounds…”

“Oh wow, so back then it would have been like eight or nine million,” Tacha asked.

“Yes,” Chioma replied.

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