Kate Middleton Has A Royal Hack For Hiding Bra Straps

Kate Middleton has a hack for never being seen with a bra strap showing. At this point in quarantine, I barely know what a bra is anymore. I truly haven’t seen mine in weeks. But in an alternate reality where we all actually wear real clothes, Kate Middleton has a genius hack for dealing with visible bra straps. Royal etiquette expert Myka Meier who “trained in London under a former member of The Royal Household of Her Majesty the Queen,” says Kate avoids the pesky issue of visible bra straps…

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Ogbunike Community, Family Announce Passing of Igwe Umenyiora

Ogbunike community in Oyi Local Council of Anambra State and the Umenyiora family have officially announced the passing unto glory of HRM Igwe John Ositadimma Umenyiora (Ezedioramma 1 of Ogbunike and Okpala Iguedo). Though the monarch died on April 28, 2020, the formal announcement of his death was performed on May 8, in compliance with the constitution and tradition of the community. Spearheaded by Chief Anene .C. Osadebe (GON), Aka Eze (Traditional Prime Minister) and regent of Ogbunike, the event had in attendance members of the Umenyiora family, Igwe’s Cabinet…

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Nnewi: Igwe Orizu Bars Visitors To Palace

Igwe Nnewi, Dr. Kenneth Orizu 111, has bared visitors to his palace and suspended the references of cases to the Palace Arbitration Panel as part of measures to guard against the spread of coronavirus pandemic in his community. Orizu, who is the Grand Patron Anambra State Council of Traditional Rulers also suspended all religious and social gatherings, including traditional marriages and burials. A statement by Prince Obi Orizu made available to newsmen, said: “As part of efforts aimed at curtailing the continued spread of the pandemic coronavirus, the Igwe of…

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Imo Festival: Arondizuogu, Ikeji Masquerades Proponed Till 2021 Due To Fear Of COVID-19

As the pandemic nature of the deadly coronavirus infection (COVID-19) ravages, the biggest and the most popular festival in the Eastern part of Nigeria, Arondizuogu Ikeji festival, has been canceled. The yearly event according to the Traditional Council and the organisers of the event, the high octane yearly festival will now take place in 2021 when hopefully the virus should have been defeated. Biggest Festivals In Eastern Nigeria Arondizuogu, Ikeji Masquerades Suffers Isolation As the pandemic nature of the deadly Coronavirus infection (COVID-19) ravages, the biggest and the most popular festival…

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Emir Of Kano: Lessons From Kano And Its Royal Rumble – Guardian

Although so much has been said and written about the dethronement of the controversial erstwhile Emir of Kano, Muhammed Sanusi II, the simmering aftershocks of that deposition are instructive in understanding the tension between traditional institutions and the political dynamics of modernity. Besides, the unfortunate event is laden with invaluable lessons for constructive leadership. Indeed the gravity of Nigeria’s political space was jolted by the dethronement and subsequent banishment of Emir Sanusi II. The human rights community was awakened from its somnolent state. Legal experts have spewed various interpretations of…

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Coronavirus: Prince Charles Britain’s Heir To The Throne Tests Positive, Has Mild Symptoms

Britain’s heir to the throne, Prince Charles, has tested positive for the coronavirus, according to a statement from his London household. “He has been displaying mild symptoms but otherwise remains in good health and has been working from home throughout the last few days as usual,” a statement from Clarence House, his residence in the capital, said.  It is not possible to determine who gave the prince whose official name is the Prince of Wales the virus, the statement said, “owing to the high number of engagements he carried out in his…

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COVID-19: FTAN Embarks On Sensitization Visits To Hospitality And Tourism Facilities

The spiraling negative impacts of the Coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria’s hospitality and tourism sectors led the current leadership of the Federation of Tourism Associations of Nigeria (FTAN) to embark on sensitization visits to tourism facilities in Nigeria. Starting with Abuja yesterday, March 19th, 2020, the President of FTAN, Alhaji Saleh Rabo, led a team of the Federation’s executive members to leading hospitality outlets including Transcorp Hilton hotel, Rockview Hotels and Kapital Klub Apartments. FTAN President, who spoke with travel and tourism reporters in Abuja, said “the global tourism industry is…

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Coronavirus: Elegba Festival postponed

In furtherance to the efforts of the government at both state and federal levels to curtail the spread of the deadly coronavirus in Nigeria, the Elegushi of Ikate Kingdom, Oba Saheed Ademola Elegushi (Kusenla III), has announced the postponement of the yearly Elegba Festival. Oba Elegushi announced the postponement in a statement he personally signed on Wednesday. The festival was due to hold between March 24 and 30, 2020. According to the traditional ruler, the decision to suspend the festival was taken in consultation with his Council of Chiefs. He…

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Queen Elizabeth Did Not Flee Buckingham Palace Due To Coronavirus Fears

 Queen Elizabeth will not be leaving Buckingham Palace amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The longest-ruling monarch in U.K. history had taken a regular trip to her residence in Windsor for the weekend, but she is expected back at the palace this week as usual, a palace spokesperson says. Her trip comes as the royal family has decided to cancel and postpone several of their trips and events amid the global pandemic. Last week, the Queen canceled her scheduled visits to Cheshire and Camden for the upcoming week “as a sensible precaution and for…

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Coronavirus: Queen Leaves Buckingham Palace For Windsor Castle

Her Majesty, who turns 94 next month, was chauffeured to Windsor Castle after Cobra crisis talks on Thursday, according to a royal source. The Queen has left Buckingham Palace for Windsor Castle after advisors said it was “best to keep her out of harm’s way over coronavirus fears. Her Majesty, who turns 94 next month, was chauffeured to Windsor Castle after Cobra crisis talks on Thursday. It comes as the government announced on Saturday that ten more people have died, bringing the UK total to 21, with confirmed cases soaring to 1,140. Plans are in…

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