Friday, 17 September 2021

Photo: K1 Wasiu Ayinde Visits Tinubu In London


Nigerians in the UK are not perturbed about Tinubu yet some dumb Nigerians are spending millions on this irresponsible pilgrimage! Nigeria is due for overhauling 

Almost 5 million Granted Residence In UK Under EU Settlement Scheme

5 million Granted Residence Or Leave To Remain In UK Under EU Settlement Scheme According To Home Office Figures

Despite warnings of a mass ‘Brexit exodus’ of European migrants, it has emerged that just under five million people were granted the right to live and work in the UK under the EU Settlement Scheme so far, according to official estimates.

Home Office figures reveal that, as of the end of June, some 4,908,760 EU citizens had been granted an immigration status to remain in the country as full freedom of movement to live and work in the UK came to a close following Brexit transition.

EU citizens – as well as people from Iceland Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland – and their families were invited to apply to the scheme by the June 30 deadline.

Quarterly data published this week showed that the Home Office had processed 5.5 million applications for settlement by the deadline, with the highest numbers of applications coming from Polish, Romanian and Italian nationals

The latest figures are much higher than the official estimate of how many EU nationals are living in the UK. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) indicated that in mid-2020 this was 3.5 million.

More than six million applications (6,050,860) were submitted between the launch of the scheme in March 2019 and the June 30 2021 cut-off date.

Over 2.8 million applicants were granted settled status, allowing them permanent leave to remain in the UK.

A further 2.3 million (2,327,850) were granted pre-settled status, meaning they need to reapply after living in the country for five years to gain permanent residence or indefinite leave to remain in the UK.

Included in this number, immigration status was granted to 295,890 people from countries like India, Pakistan and Brazil under the scheme, which allows family members who are not EU or European Economic Area nationals to also apply.

The Home Office said: “Across all nationalities, the highest numbers of applications received were from Polish, Romanian and Italian nationals. This has been the trend throughout the life of the scheme.”

There were 109,430 applications refused, 80,600 withdrawn or void, and 79,730 were deemed invalid, where the Home Office decides someone is not eligible to apply or has failed to provide sufficient proof of residence.

The Home Office said 8% of the applications were from “repeat applicants” (472,220).

Among the applications were more than one million from children (1,002,280).

Some 772,260 of the applications from under-18s finalised by the end of June were granted an immigration status, while 32,870 requests were refused, withdrawn, void or invalid, the figures indicate.

In London, Newham saw the highest number of applications to the scheme (142,120). Outside London, the highest number was in Birmingham in the West Midlands (138,490).

It is still not known how many people in the UK are eligible for the scheme but could remain in the country undocumented.

Anyone who has not yet applied may have lost their lawful immigration status after the deadline, although late applications can be made under limited reasonable grounds and the Government has said there is no cut-off date for doing so.

Those who applied before the deadline but have yet to receive a decision are protected under existing rights, subject to the outcome of the application and any appeal.

Anyone who does not apply and continues to live in the UK without being able to prove their immigration status could face enforcement action.

The UK has one million job vacancies including a shortage of lorry drivers and builders, much of which has been blamed on Brexit. However, the latest Home Office settlement figures appears to contradict this claim.Good

Thursday, 16 September 2021

5 Children Orphaned After Unvaccinated Parents Die Of Covid

Five children including baby girl orphaned after unvaccinated parents die of Covid

Davy and her husband Daniel Macias, aged 37 and 38, from California, died from Covid within weeks of each other - leaving behind their five young children

Five children including a newborn baby girl have been orphaned after their unvaccinated parents died from Covid


Davy Macias, 37, a nurse for Kaiser Permanente in Oakland, California, was seven months pregnant when she contracted the virus.

After her rapid deterioration, doctors kept her alive using intubation long enough to deliver her youngest daughter - who she never got to hold in her arms.

Her husband, Daniel, 38, died on Thursday after fighting the virus for several weeks as he tried "fighting to stay here with his babies", a family friend said.

Davy's brother, Vong Serey, shared his heartbreak on a GoFundMe page initially set up to support the children after their parents death.

Tuesday, 14 September 2021

UK PM Boris Johnson’s Mum Is Dead

The prime minister's mother, Charlotte Johnson Wahl, has died aged 79.

A notice published in the Times newspaper said she died "suddenly and peacefully" at St Mary's Hospital in west London.

Boris Johnson once described his mother, who was a painter, as the "supreme authority" in the family.

Senior figures from across the political spectrum, including Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer, have sent their condolences to Mr Johnson.

Sir Keir tweeted: "I'm very sorry to learn of the prime minister's loss. My condolences to him and his family."

Conservative party chairwoman, Amanda Milling, said she was "thinking of Boris Johnson and his family this evening", adding, "Our thoughts and prayers are with you."

Tory MP, Conor Burns, who is a friend of the prime minister, tweeted: "So sad to hear of the death of Boris Johnson's mum. Thoughts and prayers are with him and the whole of the Johnson clan."

Mrs Johnson Wahl, whose father was president of the European Commission for Human Rights in the 1970s, married Stanley Johnson in 1963 before completing her degree at Oxford University as the first married female undergraduate at her college.

The couple had four children - Boris, journalist Rachel, former minister Jo and environmentalist Leo. They divorced in 1979.

As an artist, Mrs Johnson Wahl made her name as a portrait painter, with actress Joanna Lumley and author Jilly Cooper among her subjects.

In 1988, she married American professor Nicholas Wahl and moved to New York - where she began painting cityscapes. She returned to London in 1996 following his death.

At the age of 40, she was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease but continued painting, steadying herself with a walking frame as she worked.

GTBank Sets Staff Vaccination Deadline


The above memo is self explanatory. 

Photos: Twin Brothers Married To The Same Woman

🔴”we Share Her Peacefully” – Twin Brothers Who Married One Wife

A Rwandan woman identified as Marie Josiane from Rwanda

has married two brothers who are identical twins.

The young lady revealed that she first dated the elder twin

who did not disclose that he had an identical brother.

In a video shared Marie said had never seen

them together.

However, on one faithful day she met, hugged

and kissed the other brother without knowing that he was not

the one she was dating.

The second twin then fell for her, but when they all realised

what had happened, they chose to happily be in an

polyandrous relationship.

The woman also revealed that hate or envy does not exist

between the two brothers due to the fact that they are both

married to one woman.

The three have been staying together for the past two years

and counting......

The twin brothers say due to the nature of their marriage,

people say a lot of things but they always turn a deaf ear because they ae happy sharing her.

Monday, 13 September 2021

Video: Dudu Heritage Dies Hours After Meeting With K1

 Life and it’s mysterious puzzles! Rest in peace Dudu

Dudu Heritage Is Dead!

Popular Nigerian music promoter and CEO Dudu Heritage Ola Ibironke is dead.

Ibironke, a popular socialite, a prominent golfer in Ibadan, reportedly died a few hours ago.

According to Paper Mache online, the cause of the late Ibironke’s death is yet to be ascertained as at the time of filing this report.

The late Ibironke was married to popular actress, Bimbo Oshin.

The late Ibironke resided in the United States for many years and made his mark as an indigenous music promoter before relocating to Nigeria to run a private business.

It was further reported that one of his closest friends who lives in the United Kingdom confirmed Ibironke’s death.

BBNAIJA: Jackie B Evicted

Jackie Bent popularly Jackie B has been evicted from the ongoing 2021 edition of the Big Brother Naija reality TV show tagged Shine Ya Eye.

This was after she was nominated for eviction alongside Saga, Queen, Whitemoney, Liquorose and Saskay.

The Adamawa State-born Jackie Bent was the third female housemate to enter the BBNaija house.

Meanwhile, about 11 housemates are remaining in the BBNaija ‘Shine Ya Eye’ season to battle for the grand prize worth N90m.