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Rave News Digest: Nigerian Celebs Blackmailed With Nude Photos, Globe Motors Founder Passes On, Women’s European Championship + More

Rave News Digest: Nigerian Celebs Blackmailed With Nude Photos, Globe Motors Founder Passes On, Women’s European Championship + More


Nigerian celebrities blackmailed with photoshopped nude photos, Globe Motor boss, Willie Anumudu passes on, Women’s European Championship moved to July 2020. Stay in the know with our Rave News Digest which summarizes five of the hottest global news you need to catch up on, saving you time and energy. Consider it your daily news fix.

Here is a rundown of five of the hottest news topics…

1. Toke Makinwa, Tacha blackmailed with Photoshopped Nudes

Toke Makinwa and Tacha Akide

Nigerian celebrities Toke Makinwa and Tacha say they are being blackmailed with nude photos which according to them are photoshopped. The Nigerian celebrities took to their social media on Tuesday, April 21, 2020, where they called out the blackmailer who is trying to get money out of them with photoshopped nude photos.

“I am sharing this ahead of your threats to release these edited/false images cos this is disappointing, this is not humanity, there is a pandemic killing people and there’s also certain human beings wanting to exploit people in a time when we should all spread love and kindness. Stop with your bloody emails already ?????. I am not the one, not yesterday, not today, not ever. I don’t have any money to give you.” Toke Makinwa wrote on Instagram.

According to Tacha, she woke up to messages from her team drawing her attention to the mail from the blackmailer.

“You’re trying to have a good day, you wake up to messages from your team telling you to check your mail, you check your mail only to find this!! I have to deal with evil demeaning DMS every day!!! Every ******* day!” she captioned the photos.

“Talking about “we will publish them?” Publish what? Edited pictures? Publish pictures you edited? And I and my team should feel threatened? Broken heart. The hate I deal with, I pray for strength!!.”

2. Globe Motors boss, Willie Anumudu, dies

Willie Anumudu dead has died cause death

Billionaire businessman, Willie Anumudu has died at the age of 68. Willie Anumudu was the founder of Globe Motors, husband to one of Nigeria’s most fashionable socialites Nkiru Anumudu and a father of four, including popular branding and communications expert, Ozinna Zina Anumudu.

The Globe Motor boss died on Tuesday after a brief illness. According to reports, Anumudu was to be air-lifted to Germany this morning but died at about 4 am. He reportedly suffered some health challenges a few days ago. He was tested for COVID-19 but came out negative. 

Our condolences go out to the Anumudu family.

3. Ten jailed after Niger anti-lockdown protests


Ten people have been imprisoned in Niger after they were arrested during several days of violent demonstrations against the restrictions put in place due to the coronavirus.

Young people set up barricades on the streets to protest against the overnight curfew and the ban on collective prayers. The police say more than 100 people have been arrested in the capital, Niamey.

Officials say motorcyclists were caught distributing cans of petrol and several neighbourhoods were set on fire and private property destroyed. The police used tear gas to disperse residents of the capital who were trying to organise prayers at a mosque on Sunday.

4. Trump suspends all immigration into the US due to coronavirus

Donald Trump | Photo: Instagram – realdonaldtrump

US President Donald Trump said he will sign an executive order to temporarily suspend immigration into the United States, saying he needs to protect American jobs as coronavirus ravages the economy.

The move, announced in a late-night post on Twitter, effectively achieves a long-term Trump policy goal to curb immigration, making use of the health and economic crisis that has swept the country as a result of the pandemic to do so.

He offered no details as to what immigration programmes might be affected by the order. The White House did not immediately elaborate on Trump’s announcement.


5. UEFA to confirm Women’s European Championship move to July 2020


UEFA is set to announce that the postponed 2021 Women’s European Championship will take place from 6-31 July 2022.

The tournament, to be held in England, has been pushed back a year after the men’s European Championship and the Tokyo Olympics were both postponed until 2021 because of the global coronavirus pandemic.

The intention is to use the same venues as the original tournament. Moving the Euros to 2022 will avoid two women’s tournaments in the same summer.

Three European teams – England, the Netherlands and Sweden – have already qualified for the Olympics. As it stands, the finale of the Women’s Euros will coincide with the start of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

Our Week Day News Digest brings you a summary of five of the hottest news topics today including latest News in Nigeria, African news, political news, international news, Hollywood news, sports news and news on Nigerian celebrities and African celebrities. Also, expect other top stories and more of the latest trending news today across the Sahara. A summary of the latest Nigerian news today 2020.

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