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FG: NYSC orientation camp to reopen Nov 10

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Sunday Dare, the minister of youth and sports, says the National Youth Service Corps orientation camps will open on November 10.

In a tweet on Thursday, the minister said COVID-19 protocols will be enforced when the camps reopen.

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Groovy and Phyna get close – BBNaija

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Following last week’s blowout between Groovy and Beauty, we have seen a more somber side to the entertainer and Anambra State native. Unfortunately for him, the argument was the beginning of the end of that ship. This didn’t deter Groovy though as he has been cosying up with Phyna of late, though the pair are still in the friendzone, by the looks of things.

Groovy and Phyna’s newly found closeness was despite Amaka’s confession to the latter earlier this week that she was taking a liking to Groovy. Phyna urged Amaka to follow her heart and make her intentions to Groovy known but failed to declare to Amaka any feelings she might have harboured for him.

After the exciting win yesterday over Level 1 during the Weekly Wager Presentations, Groovy and Phyna drifted towards each other a lot more than they had over the past few days. The pair spent the night in the same bed and were seen today being affectionate to one another.

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BBNaija: Daniella shaken by Khalid’s Eviction

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Daniella Khalid BBnaija

Following the Live Eviction Show, the Level Up Housemates had alot the say about the turn of events that saw Nominated Level 2 Housemates, Ilebaye and Khalid leave the show. They were both Evicted during the 5th Live Eviction Show of the season.

Daniella was the most disturbed by Khalid’s eviction. As soon as Ebuka read his name out, she let out an audible wail as she got up to give Khalid a heartfelt hug. Her reaction to Khalid’s Eviction garnered her attention from Housemates who were still reeling from Ilebaye’s eviction.

After the show had ended, Daniella secluded herself from the other Level 2 Housemates and disappeared into the bedroom where she carried on crying. Modella sought her out and when she found her in the room crying, she tried her best to comfort her.

Soon after Modella took Daniella’s side in a bid to console her, Kess joined Modella and shared comforting words with the distraught Daniella. The pair pleaded with Daniella to take heart and assured her that Khalid is fine and wouldn’t want to see her in the state that she was in. This seemed to have worked because the tears stopped flowing from Daniella’s eyes, though she maintained her somber mood.

Meanwhile, the Level 1 House was also reeling from Ebuka’s shake-up during the Live Eviction Show. The vawulence master crossed over to Level 1 during the Live Eviction Show and asked HoH Adekunle about his thoughts on the ‘Shella’ ship. Adekunle calmly answered Ebuka saying that he believed that the ship was a mere strategy. These words didn’t sit well with Sheggz who quickly confronted him soon after the Live Eviction Show ended. They both explained their points of view with Sheggz emphasizing the fact that he was serious about Bella, a point that Adekunle agreed to respect.

Chomzy on the other hand shared her concerns with her Housemates in the bedroom as she was worried that her friend and Lockdown partner, Ilebaye might have been Evicted. She went on to share the plans that she and Ilebaye had of making it to the end of the show. Diana reminded her that this is an individual game and that whether Ilebaye is still in the House or not, she shouldn’t lose focus on why she was in the Game.

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2022: International Youth day:APC National Women Leader felicitates with Youths across the globe

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The National Women Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Dr Betta Edu celebrates with the youths across the globe on the occasion of the International youth day with a theme *Intergenerational solidarity: Creating a world for all ages*

Dr. Betta in a correspondence released by her Special Adviser on political matters, Seun Bosede Osamaye, noted the importance of Youth Day as an awareness day designated by the United Nations to draw attention to a given set of cultural and legal issues surrounding the Youths.

Speaking as a mother in her goodwill message, the ebullient National Women Leader of the All Progressives Congress Dr. Betta Edu appealed to the Nigerian Youths to continue to be law abiding, to shun social vices, and to embrace peace as they join their counterparts all over the world to observe the *2022 International Youth Day*.

Noting that the United Nations has made a day like this very important to provide an opportunity for youths to reflect on their voices, actions, and initiatives, Dr. Betta beckons on the Nigerian Government to make it a norm in celebrating this day for the youth by raising awareness and educating people about the importance of youth in the society because the *Youths* are the pillars and future of every country.

Speaking further, Dr. Betta stressed the utmost importance of promoting youth participation especially in politics so that they can help to create a better future. She wish all Youths across the globe a successful outing and a Happy International 2022 Youth Day!

#BettaforBetterNigeria
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*Comr. Victoria Uko*
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