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When the floods visited Surulere; Macron loves holding Trump’s hands; Malala visits Osinbajo | See our top 10 photos from last week

The mainland got its own dirty share of floods over the weekend and it’s a bigger eyesore compared to the island’s last week. We also bring you a double dose of two presidents who are obsessed holding each other’s hands. Here are our top 10 photos from last week:

 

In an interview with the New York Times in his Oval Office, President Donald Trump said of French President, Emmanuel Macron, “He loves holding my hands” so we thought to give you proof.

One photo of Macron holding Trump’s hand is not sufficient because the latter repeated the words, “he loves holding my hands” about three times during the New York Times interview.

Malala Yousafzai is not only the youngest ever Nobel Prize Laureate, she’s also an active campaigner for education for the girl child. She was hosted by Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo on Monday at the Presidential Villa and the highlight of their meeting was her advice to declare a state of emergency on the education sector in Nigeria.

His character may be disagreeable, he may not be your favourite lawmaker but Senator Dino Melaye has high prospects in fashion. Unfortunately, many Nigerians do not agree with this fact too so they dragged him through murky waters when he shared this “swaggu” photo on Instagram. Someone said he looks like GoTV remote. True or nah?

President Trump’s newest appointee, Anthony Scaramucci had enough kisses to go round after his first press briefing as Communications Director.

Ed Sheeran made quite an appearance on the first episode of season 7 of HBO series, Game of Thrones and the internet went on and on about how how it was more a teaser of his upcoming track than anything else has he failed to contribute anything significant to the plot twist.

Here is Jodie Whittaker, the first woman in history to play the role of The Doctor in British sci-fi television show, Doctor Who

A bloodied member of the All Progressive Congress (APC) after a primary election in Odi Olowo area of Lagos ended in violence.

These officers of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) were allegedly shot by police officers on the orders of the Abia House of Assembly Speaker’s wife after her car was pulled over on the Umuikaa/Aba-Port Harcourt Expressway.

 

A flooded street in Surulere, Lagos after Saturday’s heavy rainfall.

 

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