Nigerian singer, Yemi Alade has been appointed as the goodwill ambassador for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
Yemi Alade shared the great news of her United Nations appointment with her fans via her Instagram page.
In the video she shared on her page, the singer revealed that she is ready to roll up her sleeves and get to work in helping UNDP achieve its sustainable development goals by 2030 especially at this critical time where Covid-19 has impacted on many lives, further widening the gap between the rich and the poor.
Meanwhile, Reno Omokri has once again expressed his disappointment in Nigerians who are addicted to watching BBNaija reality show.
Reno Omokri took to his Instagram page to ask Nigerians what moral lessons they have learnt from watching the show.
According to the former presidential aide, if Nigerians put as much effort they put into BBNaija into their respective businesses, they would be millionaires.
He wrote: “You use your profile to campaign for your #BBNaija housemate. You even wear their branded T-Shirt and hold watch parties. Wrong focus. If you had put in this same effort towards selling a product, or promoting your business, you could have been a millionaire example of sell to excel by now!
“Name one moral lesson you have learnt from Big Brother? Cite one example of how it has affected your personal development. ?Fuel and electric prices were raised, and the Naira was devalued, while you were distracted by BBNaija.
“By the time BBN is over, and you are back to reality, you will realise that your sanity has been affected by the vanity you followed with clarity!?”