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Nigerian Guy Converted To Woman in Spain Now Ms Stephanie Adaralegbe

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She was once a guy. He was born Dapo Adaralegbe, but he’s now Stephanie Adaralegbe. Dapo was a popular homosexual law student back in the day in Obafemi Awolowo University but was expelled in 2001 because of his identity crisis. He moved to Spain where he is now living as a woman.

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28 Years Old Dies During Alcohol Drinking Contest

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28 Years Old Dies During Alcohol Drinking Contest

Nigerians who patronize drinking joints and beer parlours have been warned by the leadership of the Nigeria Police Force against engaging in life-threatening contests. This warning followed the death of Azeez Muideen, a 28-year-old commercial motorcyclist (Okada rider), last Wednesday after taking too much alcohol in a bid to win a drinking competition.

It was learnt that on the day of the incident, Azeez and some friends had a drinking contest. He took excess alcohol after which he suddenly slumped.
Azeez alone consumed two bottles of brandy before the unfortunate incident. Immediately his friends realised that he had slumped, they dumped his corpse near a gutter and took to their heels. His remains were later recovered and taken to the Ibafo Police Division. Policemen at the station took the body to a nearby hospital, where Azeez was confirmed dead.

Lagos State Government Shuts Down Seven Churches

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Lagos State Government Shuts Down Seven Churches over Noise Pollution











Officials of the Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency have shut down seven churches in Lagos, Southwest Nigeria over noise pollution.The churches are the Lord’s Chosen Charismatic Ministry; Bible Church, FESTAC; the Chapter of Christ Church, Oregun; Assemblies of God Church, Ikeja; Golden Gate Church, Ifako-Ijaiye and Seek and Save Ministry, Abule Egba.The closure of the churches is coming after pre-sanction notices were given to the churches to abate the noise pollution emanating from their worship centres.General Manager, LASEPA, Engr. Rasheed Shabi said the closure of the churches became imperative after several abatement notices issued to them were disregarded.According to him, some of the churches even rebuffed meetings called by the agency on how to resolve the issue.Shabi who pointed out that the state government was determined to reduce noise pollution in the state because of the anomalies and diseases…