Governors Should Earn Minimum Wage + Akpabio Hails Dangote + Abike Dabiri Berates Traffickers – Trending With Ojy Okpe

Governors Should Earn Minimum Wage + Akpabio Hails Dangote + Abike Dabiri Berates Traffickers – Trending With Ojy Okpe

Multi-talented actress, entrepreneur, and global influencer, Temi Otedola has been named the First African Digital Brand Ambassador for L’Oréal Paris Makeup.

L’Oréal Paris unveiled the historic partnership with Temi Otedola last week, stating that the collaboration marked a significant milestone in celebrating beauty across the African continent.

Temi Otedola now joins fellow ambassadors, Kendall Jenner and Viola Davis to showcase her unique style and cement her status also as the first ever Nigerian digital ambassador for the Iconic Brand.

Taking to instagram the global influencer expressed her excitement with the partnership, stating that L’Oréal Paris, was amongst the first beauty products she was introduced to as a young girl playing with her mother’s makeup, adding that she identifies with the L’Oréal Paris woman who she described as confident, infallible and unapologetic.

Temi Otedola is daughter to Billionaire Businessman, Femi Otedola and Wife of AfroBeats Musician Mr. Eazi. She was the lead actress in the award-winning movie, ‘Citation’, a Netflix original, which reached the number one spot.

Senate President Godswill Akpabio has described Africa’s richest Man, Aliko Dangote, as the ninth wonder of the world for completing the 650 thousand barrels per day petroleum refinery. Akpabio, made the comment over the weekend during a tour of the facility.

He condemned those who were sceptical of the refinery’s completion, describing them as dream killers. As Governors under the aegis of the Nigerian Governors Forum, pushed against paying sixty thousand Naira minimum wage for workers, controversial Catholic Priest, Rev Father Ejike Mbaka, over the weekend, proposed that governors and members of the National Assembly, should earn a minimum wage because they are all civil servants.

The cleric made the comments during a live television interview, he also appealed to the federal government, to avoid pushing poor Nigerians to the point of rebellion. 10 young Nigerian girls, who were trafficked to Ghana, as seen a viral footage last week, have been rescued.

The viral footage caught the attention of the chairperson of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, who in a series of posts on X, confirmed that the girls had been rescued by the Nigerians in the Diaspora Organisation.

The young girls who were said to be between the ages of 15 and 18, were reportedly lured into prostitution in Ghana. According to the Nidcom chair, the suspected trafficker has been arrested by law enforcement officers in Ghana, while the young girls will be handed over to the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in persons to ensure their safety.

Abike Dabiri however came under fire, after stating in a post on X, that human traffickers were worse than drug barons. One of Africa’s most iconic musicians, Oladapo Daniel Oyebanj, also known as D’Banj, celebrated 20 years in the music industry with a private exclusive dinner event over the weekend.

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