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Rave News Digest: Taraji P. Henson Splits From Fiancé, Davido Celebrates Son As He Turns One, Bruno Martini + More

Rave News Digest: Taraji P. Henson Splits From Fiancé, Davido Celebrates Son As He Turns One, Bruno Martini + More


Taraji P Henson splits from her fiancé, Davido celebrates son as he turns one, former France goalkeeper, Bruno Martini passes on. 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. Taraji P Henson confirms split from fiancé Kelvin Hayden

Kelvin Hayden and Taraji P. Henson | Photo: Instagram – tarajiphenson

Hollywood actress Taraji P Henson has announced she has split from fiancé Kelvin Hayden. The Oscar-nominated star of The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button had been set to tie the knot in June before the pandemic forced her to postpone the ceremony. However, 50-year-old Taraji has now said the engagement to her fiancé is off.

During an appearance on The Breakfast Club radio show, Henson said: “I just turned 50 and I mean, I hadn’t said it yet, but it didn’t work out. I tried. I was, like ‘therapy, let’s do the therapy thing,’ but if you’re both not on the same page with that then you feel like you’re taking it on yourself. And that’s not a fair position for anybody to play in a relationship.”

Speaking on the show, she said: “It hurts when relationships don’t last. I love to see black love and I want to see more of it. I want to see our relationships last and make it.”

2. Nigeria: Davido Celebrates his son, Ifeanyi Adedeji Adeleke On His 1st Birthday

Davido and David Jr.

Recording artist and 30BG label CEO, Davido has taken to his social media to wish his son David Ifeanyi Adedeji Adeleke Jr, a happy birthday. Davido flaunted a picture of himself and son on his social media with a heartfelt message, to wish him a happy birthday.


3. Ghana to issue e-visas next year


Ghana will start the issuance of electronic visas (e-visa) next year. Procurement processes have started for the selection of a firm to partner with the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) to design and issue e-visas to facilitate the acquisition of travel documents to the country from any part of the world.

The visa policy reform is part of the $40-million World Bank-funded Ghana Tourism Development Project (GTDP) to enhance Ghana’s tourism and hospitality sector and make the country a more attractive destination.

The acting Project Coordinator for the GTDP, Mr. Divine Kwame Owusu-Ansah, told the media that the measure would facilitate the ease and convenience of acquiring visas to the country.

4. South Africa: Luthando ‘LootLove’ Shosha mourns brother’s death

LootLove and her late brother, Luke

Media personality LootLove, born Luthando Shosha has shared on social media that her younger brother, Luke Shosha has died. The radio and TV presenter shared the heartbreaking news on her social media platforms this week.

Uploading a picture of Luke on her Instagram account, Loot said: “Light of my life. My heart is in shambles. I love you so so so so damn much. I would do anything, anything to bring you back. I would give anything to see this smile again. I can’t believe my babies are going to go through life without uMalume, their absolute favourite person. I can’t believe God thinks I’m strong enough to do this. This makes no sense. This makes no sense… I’m so angry, I’m so confused, I just want you back… Please just come back…”

Following her announcement, fans and celebrities have been sending their condolences to the media star.

Our condolences to Luthando and her family.

5. Bruno Martini: Former France goalkeeper dies at the age of 58

Former France goalkeeper and goalkeeping coach Bruno Martini has died aged 58 after a cardiac arrest. Martini played 31 times for France, most notably at Euro 1992 where he played against England, hosts Sweden, and winners Denmark in the group stage. He was the goalkeeper and coach of the French national team between 1999 and 2010 during which France won Euro 2000 and were World Cup runners-up in 2006.

Noel le Graet, president of the French Football Federation, said Martini is “part of the history of French football. He knew how to put his technical experience, high level, and his human qualities at the service of others,” he said.

“He was a discreet but remarkable man. Bruno is part of the history of French football. We will not forget it.”

Cover photo credit: Instagram – tarajiphenson

Our Week Day News Digest brings you a summary of five of the hottest news topics across the world, including celebrity news from Hollywood to Nollywood, the latest trending global headlines, the Nigerian news today, top African news, and sports stories. 2020

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