Monday, 27 May 2013

Chidinma VS EME Niyola:

chidinma miss kedike
niyola eme first lady

Kim Kardashian pleads with Kanye West to attend her baby shower

Kim Kardashian - Throwback Thursday: Gatsby Swag With Kanye West
According to a report by, Kim K had to beg her baby daddy Kanye West to make an appearance at her baby shower which would hold June 2nd and filmed for Keeping Up With The Kardashians. Kanye supposedly resisted initially because he doesn't want anything to do with her reality TV show. 
"He just doesn't want to appear on the show at all, period. Kim nagged him until he agreed when she said it would look really bad if he didn't show up. Kanye thinks it's silly to even go to the baby shower since he will be the only man there. He will be there for less than ten minutes, tops. It was important to Kim that he go, so he agreed.'
RadarOnline also reported that Kanye wants Kim to quit reality TV because he thinks it is a waste of time. A source said: 'Kanye doesn't want to film the show anymore. And he doesn't want Kim to do reality TV either. He's pushing her to stop. He wants to be in control of his image, not at the mercy of show producers. The Kardashian show hurts his cool image.'

The Campaign For A Better Nigeria

As part of celebration of 14 years of Democracy and our desire to see a better Nigeria, we've come up with this campaign. Please publish, share, post and be a part of it.
Talk About It- The MADC( Campaign For A Better Nigeria
This week we'll be celebrating 14 years of Democracy as a Country.
It's wonderful we've made it this far and while we glory in the fact, we recognize that to make any more progress, things will have to change.
We believe a great way start is to get us talking about where we are, and where we need to be.
The question is: what bothers you the most about Nigeria?
We're looking to get as get opinions from as many young Nigerians as we can.
Here's how to be a part of this:
Answer the Question: What bothers you most about Nigeria?
Tweet your thoughts at us: @miabaga_dotcom with hashtag #TalkAboutIt.
Or write it in the comments section of this page:
We'll be using 100 comments to create a mural, which we'll publish on the 30th of May. It's going to be a HUGE design on which you'll be able to find your name and answers besides those of celebrities and Nigerians who care.
Be heard.
Your voice could be the one that sets off the avalanche of change.
Let's take this country as it is, and turn it into something better.
Let's not be our parents