When you live in Nigeria you cannot blink, because something is always about to happen.

You must keep your eyes glued to your phones or computer screens, or you just might miss it. However, if you happen to miss anything, Bounce News has got you covered.

Here's a quick recap of what was hot on social media yesterday, August 20:

#Queen Nwokoye

Nollywood actress, Queen Nwokoye has welcomed a daughter with her husband.

The good news was announced by her friend, Oma Nnadi via her Instagram page on Monday, August 20, 2018.
A seemingly excited Oma couldn't hide her joy as she announced the arrival of the baby with a series of photos of the actress while she was pregnant.


Olasumbo Okeowo, a presidential aspirant of the African Democratic Congress (ADC) set social media ablaze following his comments on Nigeria's ability to produce anything.

During the interview which went viral , he said ''What can we possibly produce? There’s nothing we can produce. We are black people. We are not wired that way"

He eventually announced that he was pulling out of the race following the backlash of comments.


Nigeria on Monday, August 21st escaped an impending ban by FIFA.

FIFA had on August 14, warned that Nigeria will be banned if Nigeria Football Federation president Amaju Pinnick is not allowed to return to his rightful duty latest on August 20, 2018.

But FIFA on deadline day, confirmed the Nigerian government's letter that Pinnick is in full control of football running in the country, and consequently confirmed that the impending suspension will no more take effect.

#Tonto Dikeh

Nollywood Actress, Tonto Dikeh claimed that the Nigerian Police plan to arrest her.

Though Tonto did not give any reason as to why someone wanted her behind bars, the mother of one  said on her Instagram page that the police plan to come to her house with the press to arrest her, and warned them of  the consequences if anything happens to her son.

"I guess I am now a criminal...MY STOMACH OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO And they are even coming with Press to record my arrest" she wrote on Instagram.

Even though it is not clear why the police are coming to Tonto Dikeh's residence, this might be connected to the ongoing custody battle between herself and her ex-husband, Churchill Oladunni over their son, King.


The story is that the Oyo State government gave the order for Yinka Ayefele’s radio station to be demolished.

The Music House has been demolished, that is what you have read, and Mr. Ayefele is counting his losses.

But it appears that the government has just learned about the demolition the same way every other Nigerian did - reading about it.

On Monday, the Oyo State Government officially denied demolishing the music house of the gospel musician.

The government also expressed shock about the demolition, saying it was preparing to institute a panel of inquiry to unravel the identity of those who broke down some parts of the 800-million-naira edifice.

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