February 19, 2021 - 10:07 GMT Emmy Griffiths Joséphine Jobert, who plays Florence Cassell, admitted that she cried on her own after Tobi Bakare left the popular series Joséphine Jobert has revealed that she was devastated after Tobi Bakare left the popular series Death in Paradise in the season ten finale. MORE: See the stars of Death in Paradise and their families Chatting to HELLO! in an exclusive Q&A with the cast, the star revealed that she cried by herself in her villa after saying goodbye to Tobi while filming in Guadaloupe, explaining: "I am devastated. I cried so much. We had a - not a wrap party because we weren't allowed to - but a goodbye with the team and when I went home to my villa - you don't know this - but I started crying! Loading the player... WATCH: The Death in Paradise cast talk Tobi's exit from show To see the whole chat with the cast, head to Hello!'s IGTV @hellomag … [Read more...] about Death in Paradise star Josephine Jobert left devastated after Tobi Bakare exit
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AFTER seven happy years solving crime in paradise, JP Hooper is saying goodbye to the island of Saint Marie. Fans were sad to see Death In Paradise's Hooper , played by Tobi Bakare, leave the show. Bakare has explained the reason behind his exit - and it might shock some of you. Why has JP Hooper star Tobi Bakare left Death In Paradise? Tobi Bakare's reasoning for leaving the show might be very different from the answer people might expect. Bakare told Radio Times that although the filming location in Guadaloupe presented challenges for his life with his three young children, that was not the only reason he quit. He said: “The media answer is: I’ve been on the show for quite a while, and there’s an exploration of what’s to happen next in my career. "And not just that – you know, my daughter’s going into school." Tobi, who is married in real life to Prisca who took over the role of his on-screen wife Rosey in series ten, admitted that travelling wasn't the … [Read more...] about Why has JP Hooper star Tobi Bakare left Death In Paradise?
Kindly Share This Story: Victor Ogunyinka Pastor Tunde Bakare has reacted to the developing story surrounding herdsmen in the southwest and the delicate actions taken by none state actors like Sunday Igboho. While he advises the government to be more proactive in handling brewing security matters, Pastor Bakare cautioned that Sunday Igboho must not act outside the ambit of the law. Responding to questions on Arise TV, the outspoken pastor expressed that he was relieved to hear that Sunday Igboho had apologised to the Ooni of Ife over his inflammatory statement on the roles of the royal father and other Yoruba leaders in handling Fulani herdsmen terrorising the southwest. “I am happy to hear that Sunday Igboho has apologised, the stool of the Ooni should be respected. While Igboho is trying to defend his people, he should be careful and not break the law in the process,” he said READ ALSO: Sunday Igboho apologises to Ooni, insists Yoruba must … [Read more...] about Sunday Igboho wants to protect his people, but… ― Tunde Bakare
Kindly Share This Story:…Urges FG to use INEC’s 119,973 polling units as free vaccination, face masks distribution centres …Insists being Christian not an insurance policy against sickness, hardships By Luminous Jannamike Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, His Grace Most Revd. Ignatius Kaigama, on Sunday, said many Nigerians are afraid to accept the COVID-19 vaccine because they believe that the health crisis was being manipulated by some people. Kaigama, who stated this in Abuja during his homily at St. Jude’s Parish Zuba, however, urged Nigerians to disregard insinuations that the vaccine was not medically safe and affordable. He said, “Even though many today will seriously question facts about COVID-19 and fear that there is manipulation by some people, we know that the disease is real. “People very dear to us have died of coronavirus disease. There is no doubt that our world is currently sick, ravaged by the COVID-19 pandemic. … [Read more...] about COVID-19: Why Nigerians are afraid to accept vaccine — Archbishop Kaigama
Kindly Share This Story:…Presidency keeps mum Nobel Laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka, has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to act fast in putting a check to the activities of herdsmen to avert another civil war. He also said the President’s silence on what he described as the illegal activities of herders across the country showed he was complicit. Efforts to get the Presidency’s reaction proved abortive, as calls made to the spokesmen were unreplied. Text messages also sent to their phones were not replied. Soyinka, who made the call in an interview on BBC Pidgin, said he wondered why the President had failed to address the nation, especially as the buck stops at his desk. He said the current situation across the country, particularly in the Southwest, might develop into a civil war. “What do they expect of us now that the war is on our doorstep? Of course, there will be mobilisation and if we keep waiting for this to be centrally handled, we … [Read more...] about Herders crisis: Act now to avert civil war, Soyinka tells Buhari