Wife of the Vice President of Nigeria, Mrs Dolapo Osinbajo among other guests which included celebrities, diplomats, and captains of industries were present at the Project Smile 3.0 Smile Makeover Award Ceremony & Fund Raising event which took place last weekend at the Civic Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos.
Mrs. Osinbajo clad in a predominantly pink & green -pattern African print graced the occasion with an inspiring speech in support of the Project Smile cause. She commended the initiative and applauded the vision as noble and worthy of encouragement to better the society.
Helen the delectable and stylish comedienne, presenter, singer and actress is now the new face of Harpic which is noted for clean, germ free and odourless toilet with all-in-one triple power. Her unveiling kick starts a set of activities for the Harpic All in One Toilet Solution Campaign.
Movie lovers are in for a treat as Nollywood’s finest Ramsey Nouah leads a talented team of Hollywood stars to present a delectable cinematic experience with ‘Tempting Fate’. The movie, which premiered at a star-studded event which was attended by all its major cast at The Atrium of Silverbird Galleria last Friday, is billed for nationwide cinema release on Friday, 17 July 2015.
Guests at the premiere were filled with accolades for Tempting Fate and called it the movie to watch in 2015. According to one of the guests, Tempting Fate was proof of the fact that Nollywood was ready to hold its own in terms of quality with any international movie.
A man was arrested last Sunday morning after leaving his 3-year-old daughter at a Subway restaurant in Harlem on Saturday July 11th, police said.
34 year old Stanley Fredrique, of Elmont, Long Island, has been charged with abandonment of a child, reckless endangerment and act in a manner injurious to a child.
The man and the toddler entered the restaurant around 11:30 p.m. The father bought the child a sandwich and then left, police said.
Police said the girl could tell them her name, Natalie, but not much else.
The man was being held at the 26th Precinct station house. As the father was being taken into custody, he protested his arrest.
“You guys not in my shoes, you guys don’t have no idea what’s going on,” Fredrique cried out.
Surviellance video shows Fredrique and his daughter happily walking toward the Subway shop where he bought the child a sandwich and left her there.
Rahman Mohammed, who was working at a fruit stand outside said he believes the father was drunk.
“The 3 year old said to her Dad ‘Daddy Daddy Daddy’ and the guy came back and talked to the girl, ‘little baby, oh go sit down, I’m come back,’” Mohammed said. “And that’s it, he left, ya, he left and didn’t come back again.”
A good Samaritan at the restaurant then took her to a police station.
Fredrique was apparently intoxicated when he left the child at the restaurant, sources told Langford.
He told police he forgot her, and when he realized she was missing, he tried to report her missing to police, the sources said.
“We tried to ask her her last name, she couldn’t come up with her last name,” Detective Vincent Signoretti told Stern. “And before the good Samaritan walked her over to the local precinct, they tried walking around the neighborhood, and she couldn’t figure out where she lived either.”
Natalie, who was wearing a green dress with white polka dots and blue pants, was transported to St. Luke’s Hospital, for evaluation, but has no injuries.
The girl has since been released into the custody of her mother. The mother refused to give a comment to reporters.