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Sunday, October 30, 2016

VIDEO Premiere: Reminisce ft. Mr Eazi – If E No Be God

VIDEO Premiere: Reminisce ft. Mr Eazi - If E No Be God

VIDEO Premiere: Reminisce ft. Mr Eazi – If E No Be God

Reminisce comes through with a fresh new video to his collaboration with Mr Eazi.

This one titled – “If E No Be God” and it’s off his recently released El Hadj album.

Don't drag Buhari into judges' arrest - Presidency

The Presidency has advised journalists and other Nigerians to stop linking President Muhammadu Buhari to the legal travails of some recently arrested Judges in the country.

The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Malam Garba Shehu, said President Muhammadu Buhari would be the last person to authorise anybody to induce a Judge to pervert the course of justice.

Malam Shehu recalled that, despite his personal familiarity with some court Judges, the President had never used that familiarity to seek favours from them from 2003, 2007 and 2011 when he was challenging the fairness of the presidential election results during the periods in question.

The Senior Special Assistant also explained that, as a politician, Buhari had never once ever suggested to his lawyers to approach any Judge for assistance to win his cases. He said the President lives by this principle and has never deviated from it.

On the fate of the Judges facing corruption allegations, the Presidential Media Aide said the President doesn't tell Courts how to do their jobs and that anybody accused of corruption is protected by law to defend their innocence.
He explained that the purpose of the law is to punish the guilty and acquit the innocent, noting that the law projects the rights everyone.

Shehu stressed that the President doesn't have any powers to force any court to convict anybody who is innocent, arguing that in a democratic society, that cannot happen without resistance by the people.

New video: Pizzy Priest - Tell Dem (Dir by Angie Altar)

Pizzy Priest popularly called MuTuMiNa Priest due to his friendly and lively nature finally drops his debuts Song, Under his fresh Label Named "Big Name Records", with his Track Titled "Tell Dem".

Pizzy Priest, whose birth name remains Onuchukwu Nuel, is an Abuja based sensational rap artiste, a 3rd October born talented and intelligent young and promising super star in the making.

He is also a graduate of industrial chemistry (INDUCHEM) from the university of Abuja. He is a force to reckon with as he express his feelings in his strong lyrical content about the present situation facing our dear nation today in his debut single titled "TELL DEM "

The creative video for the fan and soon to be the favorite track -off the Top- Chart countdown is an epic three-minute and few seconds clip , directed and shot by the most sophisticated and brainy trending ‎Female Video Director ANGIE ALTAR. Pizzy’s version of this change story in Nigeria, do not just stop at complaining but also stand up for the solution to go about this change and fight against corruption that is fast eating up our dear country.

This ‎nice, educating and entertaining Piece Of Art is Produced at BigName Studios By Sci Classic. Without Further Ado, Download TELL DEM by Pizzy Priest, Share and Enjoy.

Photos: One of the survivors of 2006 ADC plane crash in Abuja which killed 96 people tells his amazing story

On October 29th, 2006, a Boeing 737 operated by ADC Airlines crashed near the Abuja airport shortly after takeoff, claiming so many lives, including that of the then Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammadu Maccido.

The flight carrying 100 passengers and five crew members departed Lagos to Sokoto with an intermediate stop in Abuja.

Shortly after taking off from the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, the plane crashed, broke up and caught fire in a corn field. 96 people died, including a woman working on the field, who was reportedly killed after being struck by debris from the crash.

The primary cause of the crash was bad weather but the immediate cause was the pilot's refusal to acknowledge warning given to him by the control tower not to take off due to wind shear alert.

Amid the carnage and other people who perished, nine others miraculously survived, Peter Onuka (Pictured above) was of them. Now, exactly ten years after the disaster, he has spoken for the first time about his experience. Taking to his Facebook page yesterday, October 29th, he posted photos from the crash scene, writing:

"Exactly10 years today, I was involved in a plane crash. The plane, a Boeing 737 operated by ADC Airline, was on a passenger flight from Lagos to Sokoto, via Abuja. After a short stop at Nnamdi Azikiwe airport, Abuja, the plane took off again, heading to Sokoto with 100 passengers and 5 crew members. But some seconds or a minute after take-off, the plane began to loose altitude, crashed and burst into flames.The pictures below show the remains of the plane. At least 96 people died in the crash, my heart goes to these people and their families however, out of this wreckage God brought me out alive without serious injuries. How God saved me in this crash I can't explain but I am grateful. Today, I raise an altar of praise to God. please do me a favour if you are reading this, as you take a few seconds to lift a voice of praise and thankgiving to God on my behalf. Thanks be unto God, which always causes us to triumph in Christ" Photos from the crash below...

I made you a billionaire- Obasanjo tells African's richest woman, Folorunsho Alakija

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo yesterday told Mrs Folorunsho Alakija who is Africa’s richest woman, that his administration made her among the many billionaire Nigeria presently has.

The former President who was a guest speaker at the 2016 Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Forum, said this while reacting to claims by Alakija that the Obasanjo administration frustrated her moves to explore the oil sector after getting her oil license from the lae military dictator, Sani Abacha.

According to Alakija who was also a panelist, the Obasanjo administration illegally took an oil block allocated to her company after her family had invested all its savings to strike oil in commercial quantity. Vanguard quotes her as saying
“This oil block is in 5000 feet depth of water and was extremely difficult to explore. It took 15 years from the time that we were awarded the licence in 1993 till 2008 when we struck the first oil When this event happened, 60 per cent out of our 60 per cent equity in the business, was forcefully taken from us by the government of the day without due process. We had to fight back by going to court to seek redress and it took another 12 years for justice to be served in our favour. In all those years it was my trust in God, my perseverance and the support of my family that got me going,” she said.
Obasanjo replied Alakija when he was given the microphone to speak at the event. He said
“There is a saying in my part of the world that when a proverb touches you and you failed to reply, then you are a coward. For you to come here and say that, for no cause whatsoever, you were denied what was rightfully yours, is not fair. I do not know you from Adam and there is no reason I would have denied you what rightfully belonged to you. So, you have struggled, and you have struck oil. God bless your heart. My delight is to be able to create Nigerian billionaire and I always say it that my aim, when I was in government was to create 50 Nigerian billionaires. Unfortunately I failed. I created only 25 and Madam, you are one of them” he said

"You're not in the class of dancers that have the right to talk to me" - Kaffy brushes off critic, reiterates the need for a proper structure in the dance industry

Nigeria's Dance Queen, Kaffy took to social media last week to slam artistes who disrespect dancers and all that they stand for. This caused a media storm as she said it like it is, without holding back.

She stood as the voice for other voiceless dancers who have been ill treated and oppressed and said the time has come for a proper structure to protect themselves. Now, while some people hailed her bold step, a dancer in her industry lashed out at her.

"To be honest she's guilty of the same thing she accused the artiste of doing. You can't be the only creative director/choreographer for all the artists in Nigeria,Give people opportunity," dancer Micheal Omani said.
In a tell all exclusive interview with LIB, Kaffy speaks about the situation and gives an insight that you'll find no where else. Definitely a must read! Continue below.

LIB: Your explosive lash out at artistes who disrespect dancers generated more controversy than expected. A dancer is accusing you doing this for selfish reasons. What do you have to say about this?

Omani is not in the class or category of dancers that have the right to talk to me. I have never worked with him for him to have a personal beef for me. If he's making accusations against me based on what he heard about people, that is hearsay.

LIB: He said that you need to give people opportunity and not be the only major choreographer in the dance industry. Your thoughts on this?
First of all, if you are really better than me, you are doing better than me or you know that you dance even better, i think you owe it to yourself to get to where you want to be. I do not hold anybody's destiny. All i do is create platforms. When i started doing this dance, nobody was bold enough to come outside and say they where dancers few years ago. I created platforms and give everyone an opportunity, Every single person that has made something out of dance today - passed through my path or learnt something from me till today.

LIB: He also alleged that you don't pay your dancers? Any truth to this?
For you to allege that i don't pay dancers, first of all, am i the owner of the job? We actually recently had a meeting of top choreographers that have had enough of the indiscipline of dancers. You want to earn more money but you are not ready to put more work into it. You want to be where Kaffy is, but you are not ready to suffer what Kaffy is suffering. Some of the deals i contract that have gotten me to where i am today were done out of help and sacrifice. Not all of them paid me money. Some of them have big names but terrible budgets. But these dancers don't know that. They see a high profile job, they think you've made a lot of money from it. now when you give them the same opportunity to do such a job side by side and present the budget that comes with it, they think you are cheating them.

That is even an issue that can be addressed if dancers are one. if we have dance seminars, forums or organisations or associations set up, we can discuss these things internally and fix it. But blaming me for whatever wrong happened to you or your friends is totally uncalled for.

LIB: Allegations were also made that you cut dancers, including their pay, before they climb the stage - at the last minute. What do you have to say?
"I do not cut dancers money before the stage. Who does that," Kaffy exclaims! "I have never had such a situation before. It's totally impossible because you need to plan your budget to know what you are going to pay the dancers, way ahead. We are in an industry where things are always done last minute. But not that kind of last minute that it would be behind a stage, It's not possible. If a dancer is cut before he climbs the stage, it's either he sucks, did not do well or was terrible at the last rehearsal, injured or misbehaved, i.e when they are caught in a fight. Sometimes its the artist who can make the last minute changes. Choreographers rehearse as many people as possible, so that when it comes to choosing. We wont have to spend much time. You cant buy back time. We tell the dancers, "On that day, you fit make am or you fit no make am, If the artist come, he go choose oh".. So if the artist doesn't choose you, its my fault? Its not."

"I don't cut dancers if its in my power to do so. There is a code of conduct, There are so many immoral, ethical issues that we are dealing with which these dancers are ignorant about. Then they come and complain about we their leaders are cheating them because they don't understand the structure of the business. Then when they decide to set up on their own and see the issues, they come calling back because they realized Kaffy no chop their money."

Its not all jobs that come with a lot of money.These same dancers are the ones that want more money but are not doing better, Most dancers cone with the IQ of 'I don't want to audition, You know i sabi dance, etc.' They want to be hired without auditions. I was the first person that ever paid the highest amount to any dancer in this country and when i started paying dancers in 2000/2002, i remember Very well that i started paying at least 5k per shows, People older than them collected 30/40k. I even remember negotiating 50k for a particular female dancer, who later went behind my back, slept with the artist and got paid 10k. This of course brought down her value." You tell these dancers. Especially girls, the manner in which you behave determine a lot of things. If you ace too loose around an artist, when he acts inappropriately, like smacking you in the bum, you will be wondering why. What can't they try it with me? Also, while some of the loose ones sleep with them to get the job, they eventually get disrespected but will now be vexing for me. Some of these girls do 29 to 39 videos a week. If you never blow after that, how is it Kaffy's fault?

Dancers will go and claim to clients that they taught me my Job. All because they want to collect work. Dancers I trained would say Kaffy is too expensive and that they should be hired instead for a cheaper fee.

LIB: Omani claims that you housed dancers but put them in one room and did not take care of them well. Any response to this?
'I started putting dancers in my house since i started dancing back in 1997,' Kaffy reveals. They are fed in my house and get free clothes, other stuff. 17 - 19 people at one point lived in my house. I'll go out there to seek for Jobs that they get paid for. Yet, they don't even bother to make a contribution towards the running of the home. They can't even clean themselves up. 'Common hygiene they no fit do.' Won't you one day caution them if they misbehave? 'Some don't even live in Lagos but i harbour them to help them.

"All off us dey struggle, Me sef i stay for person house, sleep for floor before. How is that a bad thing? You stay in my house, earn money. is it my own work to go to the kitchen and cook for you? or help you clean up?"
I had to send a lot of them way. There are only three of them now, that are dedicated and working based on my conditions. It is my home. I have a family. You can't come and treat my house anyhow. They sometimes play immoral truth and dare games in the living room of my house, where there are children and you expect me not to complain? When i was single, i did not condone such behaviour. Even Indian Hemp smoking has been reported by neighbours and more. Because i am trying to reform dancers. A lot of dancers i stared working with are street kids. I see that dance is what they have, but when they work with one or two clients that like them, they cut you off and make you seem like a bad person.

"You staying in one room is not a prison. I offered it you. Should i bring you into me and my husband's room? Or put you in my children's room? Sometimes i even inconvenience my kids and allow the females i trust a lot to share the room with them. I want to help you doesn't mean i want to spoon feed you. I am only trying to help you professionally and not add your personal problems to mine. When opportunities come, i will assist. But they don't come by you siting your ass down. It comes by you working your ass off."

LIB: In conclusion, you basically said it is high time to end the unethical and unprofessional way dancers are being treated. That a proper structure will be put in place to cater for other voiceless dancers who have been ill treated, marginalized or oppressed. Has this now kicked off? What is being done to secure more respect for people in the dance industry?

We are working on it right now. Lawyers are trying to figure out the name at the Corporate Affairs Corporation. People have come forward to offer support and more for any process that we need to put the structure in place, I have names out and lawyers are doing the search and will get back to me soon. Apart from that, there is a guild of Nigerian dancers that is also available, so whatever one works for you, you can join whichever. Those that hate Kaffy should not come to me. if you don't like me, you cant understand my mission and policies. The dance industry needs a system that dishes out information, awareness, seminars to educate the dancers. Even if they don't want to join a crew or company or association, at least info is online, What to do, how to read contracts, etc.

I know inside my heart that I have suffered and slaved for dancers. We are trying to create a body whereby all these policies that we need to have a better understanding between dancers - artistes, dancers - dancers, dancers - clients and more, will be actualized. Their mode of operation, ethical and professional conduct and all will be put in place. When you sign up or register, you are protected by all these policies. We are also trying to create a body whereby we would have Nigerian and International experts come in and certify you based on what you are good at. Categories will be set to determine minimum to maximum wage, to create balance in the industry.

"This is not a Kaffy thing. It's not an association of Kaffy's dancers. I will do my best. It's not unusual to have people come at you, I don't expect everyone to support me. In life there are people that like and dislike you. The fact that more than a thousand people support the motion show that it is truly needed. Those are the people I am catering for. The future will convince those that don't like my way

New polls taken before FBI's 'bombshell announcement' shows Clinton and Trump neck and neck

A new national poll taken before FBI's shocking announcement on Friday that they will pursue investigations into Hillary Clinton's deleted emails, shows that Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are tied 'neck and neck'

Clinton who last Sunday was leading Trump 50% to 38% now finds herself at 47% to Trump's 45% according to a new Washington Post/ ABC news poll released on Saturday which is within the poll's 3-point margin of error.

Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson is winning 4% while Green Party candidate Jill Stein is at 2%.

While according to CNN's poll of polls taken from October 17 to 26, Clinton leads 47% to Trump's 42% - note that this was taken before the FBI's announcement .
CNN/ORC's own poll will soon be released.

Source: CNN

LL Cool J's youngest daughter is grown & stunning...shares bikini photos

Samari is rapper and entertainment mogul, LL Cool J’s youngest daughter. She is now 21 and works as a part time model/actress. She's also in college. She shares quite a few bikini photos on her IG page. See more photos

VIDEO: King David ft. Young Pharaoh x Odessy – Wallahi (Remix)

VIDEO: King David ft. Young Pharaoh x Odessy – Wallahi (Remix)

VIDEO: King David ft. Young Pharaoh x Odessy – Wallahi (Remix)

PRODUCER, SINGER/RAPPER and SONG WRITER, KING DAVID returns with a New Track Called “WHALLAI” meaning “I SWEAR” chanting G.O.E, meaning “GODS ON EARTH”.

The track represents power strength and courage. It’s a mixture of rap trap, and grime King David is not one to hold back in expressing himself both on songs and in the visual and most defiantly not on stage.

Also introducing his crew the GOEs which are “Young Pharaoh” and “Oddessy”, which they also featured on the remix of the track.

The visuals is a super clean video, which shows KDS creativity and open mind to not do the nom. “Whallahi” is a track, which I think would cut across many hearts.


Twitter: kingdavid2k
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VIDEO: Sun X – 10 Kobo

VIDEO: Sun X - 10 Kobo

VIDEO: Sun X – 10 Kobo

Rising star Sunday ‘Sun X’ Enekebi follows up the Timaya-assisted visual for ‘Fakosi’ with the new Adasa Cookey-directed visual for ’10 Kobo.’ ’10 Kobo’ is a love song with a befitting love story about the affection of her woman that transcends money or luxury. Pepe Records, her ensigned Sun X and director deliver an almost comic and stellar performance in the video for ’10 Kobo.’

’10 Kobo’ is produced by illBlacki and a prelude to extended new project from the AfroPop upstart.

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VIDEO: Chuq-E ft. Selebobo – Baby Dianna

VIDEO: Chuq-E ft. Selebobo – Baby Dianna

VIDEO: Chuq-E ft. Selebobo – Baby Dianna

Few weeks after Chuq-e dropped hit single ‘Baby Dianna’ feat. Selebobo. The video has been released. The video is shot by Award winning director MatMaxx .

This video and music is going to keep you on your toes.

Watch   below.

President Mahama Confers Adenuga With Ghana's Highest Civilian Honour

Ghana’s President John Mahama (right) congratulating the Chairman of Globacom, Dr Mike Adenuga Jr. after conferring on him Ghana’s highest national civilian honour, the Companion Of The Star Of Ghana (CSG) in Accra on Saturday.

Globacom Chairman, Dr. Mike Adenuga Jr, has been awarded Ghana’s highest civil award, the Companion of the Star of Ghana (CSG).

Ghanaian President, Mr John Dramani Mahama, conferred the award on the multibillionaire investor on Saturday, October 29, at the International Conference Centre, Accra, Ghana.

President Mahama said Dr Adenuga was honoured for his “unique and outstanding contribution to business enterprise both in Ghana and the continent of Africa at large.”
“Through your creative business exertions, you have touched many lives in Ghana. You have provided employment for our teeming youth, artists, footballers and many more. I am particularly proud of you. This award is our way of saying a simple Thank You,” the President said.
He also commended Adenuga for “transformational achievements in the telecommunications industry”, a major one being the laying of the Glo 1 optic fibre cable linking several African countries including Ghana with Europe and America.

President Mahama equally lauded Dr Adenuga’s contribution to telecommunications in Ghana since Glo Mobile’s launch, and thanked him for the huge investment in the project.

The President noted that Dr Adenuga’s investment decisions and his persistent and affirmative support for sports have earned him honours all over Africa. He noted that this was one of the strong reasons that recommended Dr Adenuga for Ghana’s highest civilian honour.

Dr Adenuga, in his acceptance remarks, noted that President Mahama’s
“recognition and support of my modest contributions to the development of Ghana’s economy have come as a great source of pride and encouragement to me. This is more so as it is coming from Your Excellency, whose sterling qualities of leadership I admire greatly”.
Dr. Adenuga’s Glo Mobile is a leading telecommunication services provider in Ghana. Besides providing direct and indirect employment opportunities to thousands of Ghanaians, Glo Mobile Ghana has, since launch in 2012, been the pacesetter in innovation, excellent service delivery and consumer loyalty reward in the country’s telecom market, particularly in the data segment.

The company's international submarine cable, Glo 1, which landed in Accra in 2009 also opened up a whole vista of unprecedented opportunities for businesses, government institutions and individuals in the country by giving them much better access to more affordable broadband.

Glo Mobile also played a major role in developing Ghanaian football through the sponsorship of the country’s national teams, the domestic football league and the football supporters’ club. The sponsorship lasted for several years.

Back in Nigeria, Dr. Adenuga was in 2012 conferred with the award of Grand Commander of the Order of the Niger (GCON) by the Federal Government. GCON is the highest honour for a civilian who is not in government in the country.

The Federal Government of Nigeria said Dr Adenuga was honoured for his immense contribution to the socio-economic development of Nigeria and the West African sub-region.
“He worked very hard to establish Globacom which today provides hundreds of thousands of jobs in Nigeria, Ghana and Benin Republic. His company has also established footprints in Cote d’Ivoire, Senegal and The Gambia,” the then President, Goodluck Jonathan had said.

VIDEO: Flow Rayda – Sample Eh

VIDEO: Flow Rayda - Sample Eh

VIDEO: Flow Rayda – Sample Eh

Bariga born, Fast rising, Versatile rapper, Hammed Babatunde Alagbala (a.k.a) Flow Rayda who just signed a mangment deal with IJOBA NA DANKU (IND) MOVEMENT is out with a new single video – ‘Sample Eh’.
Having joined IJOBA NA DANKU (IND) MOVEMENT this is the first song he is dropping with the new platform

As he will always say “Go On Soun” which simply means “keep going” the artiste keeps going on by releasing hit songs after another.
Sample Eh is a banger!

Hands down Flow Rayda is an amazing talent!

Connect With Him:

Twitter: @Flowrayda

Instagram: @Flowraydagram

Coco twinning with her daughter

Her daughter is so adorable! Another photo

Shehu Shagari’s Granddaughter & Namadi Sambo’s In-law Set to Wed: See their pre-wedding photos

Northern Nigeria is about to witness one of the most glamorous weddings of the year! The beautiful bride-to-be, Nana Shagari is the granddaughter of former Nigerian President Shehu Shagari, while her equally handsome groom-to-be is Saleh Lukat, former Vice President Namadi Sambo’s in-law.

Nana is a combination of beauty and brains. She graduated with a First Class degree from the University of Leicester, UK at the age of 19 and is currently a student at the Nigerian Law School.

Her father, Muktar Shagari was one of the longest serving Ministers during the Olusegun Obasanjo regime and also served as the deputy governor of Sokoto State for 8 years.

Saleh is an enterprising businessman, with some successful businesses to his credit.

Preparations are already in top gear for this grand event which is set to take place in the capital city, Abuja, before the end of the year.

The couple posed for some pre-wedding photos shot by George Okoro.

Did these fans nail these celebrity Halloween costumes?

Fans dressed up as Beyoncé, Stevie Wonder, Rihanna and Drake for Halloween. Did they nail the costumes? More photos

Beverly Naya stuns in black

The actress shared these beautiful photos on her IG page. Another photo
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