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Nigerian Army Warns Celebrities Over Military Camouflage

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As stated by an open letter from Nigerian Army email, Nigerian celebrities are asked to stop using Nigerian Military camouflage in their music videos and concerts. Read below the Open Letter To Nigerian Celebrities from Nigerian Army.This is to inform the general public and most especially Nigerian celebrities to abstain from the use and abuse of the Nigerian Military camouflage.Several investigations were carried out and we noticed the camouflage is mostly been used by Nigerian celebrities in music videos, photo-shoots and concerts.In this same videos and photo sessions, Nigerian celebrities like “Jesse Jags” smoke m*******a while putting on the Nigerian Military camouflage. This is a shameful act and it will NOT be tolerated henceforth.Other Celebrities have also been noticed putting on the camouflage at will. They include Iyanya, Wizkid, Davido, Tekno, Chidinma etc.The military camouflage is not meant for the entertainment industry, It is strictly meant for military personnels.Henceforth, any civilian found GUILTY of putting on the camouflage irrespective of their social status will be dealt with severely.OUR ACTIONS WILL NOT BE QUESTIONED.Best Regards,
Nigeria Army.

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Colleagues And African Celebrities Pay Tribute To Late US Actor, Paul Walker

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African celebrities and colleagues in the movie Industry have been paying tribute to US actor Paul Walker, who has died in a car crash. Walker was best-known for playing Brian O’Conner in the Fast & Furious films.The 40-year-old died on Saturday when a Porsche being driven by a friend, who also died, crashed near Los Angeles.Walker’s co-star, Jordana Brewster said: “Paul was pure light. I cannot believe he is gone.”Fellow Fast & Furious actor, Vin Diesel wrote that “heaven has gained a new angel”.”Brother, I will miss you very much,” Diesel said on Twitter.In a second message, he said: “My heart is hurting so sad. Paul Walker was a good man. RIP my friend… Sorry to the Walker family.”Walker starred in five of the six movies in the popular Fast & Furious franchise and had started filming the seventh.The accident happened while Walker was attending an event for his charity Reach Out Worldwide.Other tributes came from Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, who has appeared in two Fast & Furious films. “All my strength, love & faith to the Walker family during this heartbreaking time,” he wrote.”We find our strength in his light. Love you brother.”Actress Jessica Alba, who appeared alongside Walker in the 2005 diving drama ‘Into the Blue’, described him as “a lovely person – so sweet and grounded.”Ludacris, another co-star, recalled : “Your humble spirit was felt from the start, wherever you blessed your presence you always left a mark.”The actor is quoted to have once said: “If one day the speed kills me, don’t cry because I was smiling.”Check out tweets below from African Stars as they pay tribute to Paul Walker…

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