Hello BNers,

This week has been another eventful ride. From music to film, COVID-19 vaccines, testimonies, and all the #BBNaija buzz, there’s so much that went down.

In the middle of the constant hustle and bustle, you might have overlooked a thing or two and wonder how to keep up with all that’s happened.

On www.bellanaija.com, there’s always an interesting scoop, gorgeous birthday pictures, vlogs, an interesting piece of information, and everything else that has to do with keeping you updated! If you didn’t catch all of it, here’s a recap… That is, after all, why we came! So keep scrolling and remember to click on the title links for more information on each story.

Now, let us take you through everything that happened this third week in June.

It’s Father’s Day on Sunday – Help your Father Win a Free Spa Date by Writing a Compelling Story About Him

These Cultural Extravaganza LEWKS At the Movie Premiere of “Àyìnlá” Deserve A Standing Ovation

Yomi Casual is Grateful for Surviving a Car Accident

And the Winner is… | #BNShareYourHustle: Nominate Your Fave SME for a FREE Post on BellaNaija

Hauwa Ojeifo of She Writes Woman set to Give Opening Address at the 14th United Nations COSP

Tomike Adeoye, Chigul & TY Bello Pay Tribute to Ibidunni Ighodalo on the Anniversary of Her Passing

“Insecure” Cast celebrate Last Day of Filming Season 5 with Emotional Farewell Messages

CNN’s Christiane Amanpour Opens Up About Her Battle With Ovarian Cancer

See More Teasers for gritty war tale – “Pillars Of Africa” starring Sola Sobowale, Chidi Mokeme, Segun Arinze

The Least & Most Stressful Cities in 2021, According to this Report

It’s Officially a Wrap on “Chief Daddy 2” & It’s Coming to You Exclusively on Netflix

BN Hot Topic: Is it Wrong to Publicly Rejoice When we Escape a Tragedy Others Were Involved in?

NPHCDA Executive Director says Nigeria Will Receive More COVID-19 Vaccines by July/August

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