The 35-year-old yoga instructor who had been missing for two weeks has been found safe, according to Hawaii officials.

Amanda Eller went missing on May 8 while hiking in the Makawao Forest Reserve trail in Maui.

On Friday evening, helicopter search crews found Eller lying in a stream bed.

'THEY DID IT!!! #findamanda Amanda Eller has been found alive! After 17 days lost in the steep jungles of East Maui, the never-ending determination & steadfast faith of THESE and HUNDREDS of volunteer searchers paid off!' a volunteer tweeted.


The rescuers spotted Eller from the helicopter around 5pm local time.

'We found her in a stream bed, she was waving up at us while we were in the helicopter, and we got her out nice and safe,' Chris Berquist told ABC News.

'She was not injured. She has a little bit of exposure from the sun, a little bit of sunburn. She lost her shoes a few days in. But no injuries.'

Family friend, Sarah Haynes, told the station that Eller was found in a ravine near Twin Falls.

One of the prisoners Kim Kardashian helped free is now in global demand! Job offers are pouring in every day according to him.

The freed inmate, Paul Algarin, tells TMZ he's been getting hit up by people all over the world, including our dear country, Nigeria, the UK and beyond. They want to team up with him in fashion. Among the offers are -- modelling and work in a tattoo parlour.

Paul's also been approached to help with prison reform. He benefited immensely after writing a letter to Kim after learning about her prison reform work. To his surprise, she responded and he was freed April 19 ... after serving 7 years at Central Prison in North Carolina.

Atiku Abubakar.

The Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in the 2019 presidential election, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar commends and celebrates the judgment of the Supreme Court of Nigeria, which has upheld the rule of law and done justice by declaring the PDP as winner of the gubernatorial election in Zamfara State as well as in the state's House of Assembly elections.

Throwback Thursday: Who Remembers Zack Orji And Eucharia Anunobi's memorable sex scene in "Glamour Girls" That Shook Nigerian In 1994?

Today throwback Thursday, TheFamousNaija focuses on the 1994 blockbuster Nollywood movie 'Glamour Girls'. We are focusing on the controversial sex scene between Zack Orji and Eucharia Anunobi.

Zack Orji took his wife (played by Tina Amuziam) away from the University to Italy. The wife was Eucharia Anunobi's friend in school. While in Italy, he introduced his wife to prostitution and they made the highest deal when his wife slept with a dog. Though she rejected sleeping with the dog but her husband begged and cajoled her.



She convinced her husband to come and invest in Nigeria while she stayed back to hustle in case he runs short of money in the course of the investment and building of their mansion.

He returned, established business and built a mansion. He then brought in the wife's friend, Eucharia Anunobi who seduced him and they had series of sex sessions, in the bathroom, bathtub, room, bed, everywhere.

The hot sex scenes played by Zack Orji and Eucharia Anunobi became the talk of the town in Nigeria. That was the first sex scene to shake the Nigerian movie industry. It looked SO real for a movie produced as at that time.

Many criticised Eucharia Anunobi for that role, but the role brought her into the limelight.

Also see what Eucharia and Zack look like now after many years.
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Watch the sex scenes video here


f the 2,153 people who made it to the 2019 FORBES list of the World’s Billionaires, 13 of them are black, up from 11 a year ago.

Cement tycoon Aliko Dangote is still the richest black person in the world with a fortune estimated at $10.9 billion. He’s closely followed by Nigerian oil and telecoms mogul Mike Adenuga.

American businessman David Stewart, who is majority owner of World Wide Technology, an $11.2 billion (sales) IT provider, whose customers include Citi, Verizon and the federal government, joins the Black Billionaires Club with a fortune FORBES estimates at $3 billion. Nigerian businessman Abdulsamad Rabiu, who made his fortune in cement, flour, edible oils and real estate, returns to the 3-Comma club after a multi-year hiatus. He last featured on the FORBES list of the World’s Billionaires in 2014. In December 2018, Rabiu merged his privately owned Kalambaina Cement Company with listed firm Cement Co. of Northern Nigeria, which he controlled. The new, larger company has a market capitalization of more than $800 million, with Rabiu owning more than 90% of the company’s stock. The value of his shares in the new Cement Co. of Northern Nigeria provided a shot in the arm to his fortune, which FORBES estimates at $1.6 billion.

Nigeria’s Folorunsho Alakija, American TV mogul Oprah Winfrey and Angolan investor Isabel dos Santos still remain the only black female billionaires in the world.


These are the 13 richest black people on earth: 



Aliko Dangote, $10.9 billion 



Nigerian, Sugar, Cement, Flour

The Cement and commodities tycoon retains his title as the world’s richest black man this year. After building his fortune in sugar, flour and cement, the Nigerian tycoon is embarking on his most ambitious project to date- a private oil refinery in Nigeria which will have a refining capacity of 6,500,000 barrels a day and is expected to reduce Nigeria’s dependence on oil imports. Dangote started out in business more than 3 decades ago by trading in commodities like cement, flour and sugar with a loan he received from his maternal uncle and went on to build the Dangote Group, the largest industrial conglomerate in West Africa.


Mike Adenuga, $9.1 billion 



Nigerian, Oil, Telecoms


Nigerian-born Mike Adenuga, the world’s second richest black person, built his fortune in oil and mobile telecoms. His Conoil Producing Company was one of the first indigenous Nigerian companies to be granted an oil exploration license in the early 90s. The company is the operator of six blocks in the Niger Delta and also owns a25% stake in the Joint Development Zone (JDZ) Block 4. He is also the founder and sole owner of Globacom, a Nigerian mobile phone network that has more than 40 million subscribers in Nigeria and neighboring African countries. His property company, Cobblestone Properties, owns hundreds of prime residential and commercial property all over Nigeria.


Robert F. Smith, $5 billion 



American, Private Equity


Robert F. Smith, a former Goldman Sachs executive, is the founder of private equity firm Vista Equity Partners that focuses exclusively on investing in software companies. The firm has more than $46 billion in assets and is one of the best-performing private equity firms, posting annualized returns of 22% since inception.


David Steward, $ 3 billion 



American, Tech

David Steward is the cofounder and chairman of IT provider World Wide Technology, World Wide Technology, an $11.2 billion (sales) IT provider, whose customers include Citi, Verizon and the federal government.


Oprah Winfrey, $2.5 billion 



American, Television


Oprah is still the richest African-American woman in the world thanks largely to the 25 years of her profitable daytime TV show and earnings from her Harpo production company. Her cable channel, OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network) is also cash flow positive for the first time and is enjoying favorable ratings as a result of securing exclusive TV interviews with headline-grabbers like disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong, Beyonce and gay NBA player Jason Collins. One of America’s most generous philanthropists, Oprah continues to give to education causes and has spent about $100 million on the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls in South Africa.


Strive Masiyiwa, $2.4 billion 



Zimbabwean, Telecoms

Masiyiwa, who is worth $2.4 billion, is the founder of Econet, one of the leading mobile telecoms companies in Africa. It has more than 10 million subscribers spread across Zimbabwe, Botswana, Burundi and Lesotho. In February, he pledged the sum of $100 million to establish a fund to invest in rural entrepreneurs in Zimbabwe.


Isabel Dos Santos, $2.3 billion 



Angolan, Investments

The oldest daughter of Angola’s former president, Isabel dos Santos has built an impressive investment portfolio what includes a 25% stake in Angolan mobile phone company Unitel and a 25% stake in Angolan bank Banco BIC SA. Other holdings include a substantial stake in Nos SGPS, a Portuguese cable TV company and just under 20% of Banco BPI, one of Portugal’s largest publicly traded banks.


Patrice Motsepe, $2.3 billion 



South African, Mining

South Africa’s first and only black billionaire is the founder of African Rainbow Minerals (ARM), a Johannesburg Stock Exchange-listed mining company that has in platinum, nickel, chrome, iron, manganese, coal, copper and gold. He also owns a large stake in African Rainbow Capital, a private equity firm focusing on investments in the financial services sector.


Michael Jordan, $1.9 billion 



American, Basketball


Basketball’s greatest player is the majority shareholder of Charlotte Bobcats and enjoys lucrative deals with the likes of Gatorade, Hanes and Upper Deck. His biggest pile comes from Brand Jordan, a $1 billion (sales) sportswear partnership with Nike.


Michael Lee-Chin, $1.9 billion 



Canadian, Investments

Lee-Chin, a Canadian of Jamaican origin, made a fortune investing in financial companies. He owns a 65% stake in National Commercial Bank Jamaica, which makes up the bulk of his fortune.


Abdulsamad Rabiu, $1.6 billion 



Nigerian, Cement, Sugar

Abdulsamad Rabiu is the founder of BUA Group, a Nigerian conglomerate with interests in sugar refining, cement production, real estate, steel, port concessions, manufacturing, oil gas and shipping. BUA Group’s annual revenues are estimated at over $2 billion. Abdulsamad got his start in business working for his father, Isyaku Rabiu, a successful businessman from Nigeria’s Northern region. He struck out on his own in 1988, importing rice, sugar, edible oils as well as steel and iron rods.


Folorunsho Alakija, $1.1 billion 



Nigerian, Oil

Nigeria’s first female billionaire is the founder of Famfa Oil, a Nigerian company that owns a substantial participating interest in OML 127, a lucrative oil block on the Agbami deep-water oilfield in Nigeria. Alakija started off as a secretary in a Nigerian merchant bank in the 1970s, then quit her job to study fashion design in England. Upon her return, she founded a Nigerian fashion label that catered to upscale clientele, including Maryam Babangida, wife to Nigeria’s former military president Ibrahim Babangida.


Mohammed Ibrahim, $1.1 billion 



British, Mobile Telecoms, Investments

Sudanese-born Mohammed “Mo” Ibrahim founded Celtel International in 1998, one of the first mobile phone companies serving Africa and the Middle East. He sold it to Kuwait’s Mobile Telecommunications Company for $3.4 billion in 2005 and pocketed $1.4 billion. In 2006 he founded the Mo Ibrahim Foundation which promotes good governance in Africa.

Simi
Simi who reacted to Naira Marley's arrest in a question and answer session revealed that she is not happy about it.

 Recall that Naira Marley had accused her of snubbing him at an event. According to him, maybe it was due to his stance on Internet fraudsters who Simi has always maintained her disdain for their illegal act.

The singer who also described herself as a person of conviction disclosed that she will fight for anything she believes in. She further reveals that money doesn't drive her and she doesn't live to impress anyone.

Simi who further revealed that she is hard to bully as she reacted to Naira Marley's arrest, added that she doesn't know how to hold a grudge either.

Read her post below;


Rihanna
She is poised to take over the fashion world with her new luxury Fenty line. And Rihanna began the promotional tour for the fledgeling brand at a pop-up presentation in Paris on Wednesday, after casually revealing she's been living in London for a year.



The singer, 31, flaunted her enviable figure in a tiny white jacket dress as she took the stage to introduce her ready-to-wear, footwear, accessories, and eyewear.

Daring to impress, the Diamonds songstress showcased her gorgeous gams as the skimpy number cut high on her thighs.

Her pert derriere was thrust on centre stage as the mini-dress hugged her famous curves tightly.

She left her trademark raven tresses long and loose as they cascaded over her shoulders allowing a full view of her youthful face.

The Umbrella hitmaker has joined forces with luxury group LVMH to launch 'Fenty', her own brand of clothes, shoes and accessories.

Theresa May
Theresa May is set to name her departure date on Friday as the pressure mounts for her to quit.

Downing Street has insisted the government will publish the PM's revised deal tomorrow amid an angry backlash.

But following the resignation of Leader of the House Andrea Leadsom, Theresa May's position looks increasingly perilous.

Mrs May will meet the chair of the 1922 committee Sir Graham Brady when she is expected to give a date for her resignation.

She is expected to announce her resignation, although she'll stay as interim leader while a new PM is elected by Tory MPs and members.

Her already shaky grip on power was fatally undermined by offering the prospect of a possible second referendum and closer trading arrangements with the EU in an attempt to try and persuade Remain-supporting MPs and Labour to help her deal to clear the Commons.

But those concessions triggered a revolt by some Brexit-supporting ministers including the resignation of Andrea Leadsom.

"I no longer believe that our approach will deliver on the referendum result," Leadsom, once a challenger to May to become prime minister, said in a resignation letter.

Heartbreaking audio WhatsApp messages from Emiliano Sala have been revealed on French television, in which the tragic Argentine tells a friend that he did NOT want to join Cardiff City.

Sala tragically died after the Piper Malibu private plane carrying Cardiff's £15million record signing was lost at sea.

Sala was flying from France on January 21, having returned to former club Nantes to retrieve his belongings and say farewell to staff and teammates, little more than 24 hours after completing his Premier League move.

Over two weeks later, Sala's body was identified after being pulled from the wreckage; pilot David Ibbotson has never been found.


Now, a WhatApp message sent by Sala to a friend on January 6 and released on Wednesday night's L’Équipe Enquete  documentary, show that the Argentine - despite admitting it was a good offer financially - was not keen on joining the Bluebirds.

"Last night, I sent a message to Meïssa [N'diaye, Sala's agent], he called me a few hours later," begins Sala. "So we had discussions and he told me the last night Franck Kita [son of Nantes owner Waldemar] sent him a message to talk, so he called him. They spoke. And, they want to sell me.

"So, there is the offer from Cardiff today. On their side, they have negotiated to get a lot of money. So they absolutely want me to go there.

"It is true that it is a good contract but from a football perspective it is not interesting for me. So… there you go, they are trying in every way to get me to go there.

"Me I am not scared to go there, because I have battled throughout my career, so to go there and fight, that does not make me scared.

“On the contrary. But also, I say to myself that Meïssa must find me something better between now and the end of the window. Meïssa has said no to Cardiff because he does not want me to go there.

"He thinks that in terms of football, in terms of where we are today, we are in a position of strength in every which way, in terms of on the pitch, the contract, all of that. But I don’t care about that and I do not want that. I don’t give a f*** about being in a position of strength.

"It is true that I would like to find something interesting in terms of contractually and also from a football perspective, but sometimes you can’t have both. On the other hand, I do not want to speak with Kita, because I do not want to get angry. He is someone who disgusts me when I am face to face with him.

"Him today, he wants to sell me to Cardiff because he has done a super negotiation, he will get the money he wants eh?”

“He, he wants me to go there, he hasn’t even asked what I want… All he cares about is money. So, today, we are like that. A complete mess. So there you go… I don’t know.

"I don’t know what to do because as I said to you it is I who has to get up every day and see the face of this person… But nobody is looking at me… myself… me internally, what I am having to go through.

"So, it is very hard, it is very hard, because I feel like there are not many people who would put themselves in my place.”

Sala's father, Horacio, tragically passed away last month also.


Fella Mafukai & Medikal
Report has it that there’s currently a storm in the relationship between Ghanaian actress Fella Makafui and her rapper boyfriend Medikal.

Recall that Fella Makafui snatched Medikal from Sister Deborah whom he was dating. Their relationship seems to be uncomfortable for Fella whom the report say has been faking happiness on social media but is really having her heart turn by the rapper.

If the report is anything to go by, then it means Fella is about to have a taste of what she made Sister Deborah go through.

Read the report as posted on an Instagram blog those_called_celebs.

“ The girl is suffering oooo 🙄🙄😅🤣🤣🤣 the things am hearing no…chai!! How long will u pretend for de gram?? Herrrr I love u paaaa… if u think de boy is tearing ur heart…. leave oooo …u can’t come n kill urself cux of #thosecalledcelebs and her followers… tomorrow by dis time…u will snap pics to decieve the public meanwhile u dieing inside… no where cool ampa!! Go back for Alhaji cux mamaga still collect him na de girl is confused oooo… herrrrr evidence paaa nie!!”, the blog posted.

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