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Thursday, March 8, 2018

VIDEO: Murphy Mccarthy ft. Davido – Too Risky

VIDEO: Murphy Mccarthy ft. Davido – Too Risky

VIDEO: Murphy Mccarthy ft. Davido – Too Risky
Aniekeme Usen popularly known as Murphy Mccarthy with his previous released hit single “Araba Don Show” which made serious waves in Benin city is finally back with a brand new entry featuring DMW boss & Africa’s number one music act himself Davido.
The singer/songwriter currently signed to the label called “Alleluyah Boyz” is looking to prove to the entertainment industry that he is here to stay as he kicks off the year with a bang produced by Solshyne.
Video directed by Dammy Twitch of Visuals by Twitch.
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Murphy McCarthy

‘'Even his wife is now a critic of his government''New York Times report itemizes the failures of President Buhari's administration

In a new report released on their website, the New York Times itemized the failures of the President Buhari-led administration and examined his party's quest for him to return to power for a second term in office in 2019.

The report also listed some Notable Nigerians that have come out to speak against his 2nd term bid, advising him to return to his country home in 2019.

The report identified Aisha Buhari as one of the president's critics, making particular refrence to the times she had shared videos of some members of the senate criticising her husband's government. The report is quite interesting. Read below

The calls for him to quit were already loud, coming from two former presidents, a prominent pastor and newspaper editorials. Even Catholic bishops weighed in with criticism.

Now, the president of Nigeria is facing a new crisis: the mass kidnapping of110 girls from their school late last month, prompting another wave of outrage at the government.

The pressure is mounting on President Muhammadu Buhari to step down after his first term expires next year. A diverse range of Nigerians have joined the chorus, and while the presidential vote is still almost a year away, campaign season in Nigeria is in full swing. Billboards have popped up in parts of the country and election news dominates the headlines.

Nigeria’s Constitution allows Mr. Buhari to seek a second term, but already his opponents and former allies are piling on. Even his wife has emerged as a detractor of sorts, using social media to post video clips of politicians criticizing her husband’s presidency.

The latest tragedy gripping the nation — the 110 girls who went missing in the town of Dapchi after militants attacked their school — has only deepened the skepticism of Mr. Buhari. He has been criticized for being slow to speak out about the attack, especially after he swore that something like this would never happen again after a similar kidnapping in 2014 of nearly 300 schoolgirls from Chibok.

Then on Friday, Mr. Buhari came under more criticism after militants began a major attack on a military installation near a displaced persons camp in the town of Rann, killing at least three aid workers and several others. Three people were missing amid fears they had been kidnapped. The same camp was erroneously struck by Nigeria’s own military jets last year, killing dozens of displaced people and aid workers.

Mr. Buhari has not announced whether he will seek a second term. His aides have indicated that he will, arguing that other aspirants have nothing to offer Nigeria, the continent’s most populous nation.

“Buhari has already transformed and changed the image of leadership and that of our leaders in this country, both locally and internationally,” said Boss Mustapha, secretary to the federal government.

Mr. Buhari, a retired military general, transfixed voters in 2015 with his promises to lift the nation’s troubled economy, end decades of corruptionand win the war with Boko Haram, the Islamist militant group that has claimed thousands of lives and uprooted millions from their homes in the north of the country.

All those problems are still festering.

“This good will is being fast depleted by some glaring failures of government,” said Archbishop Ignatius Ayau Kaigama, until recently the president of the Catholic Bishops Conference of Nigeria, which said living conditions have worsened under Mr. Buhari.

In his time in office, a secessionist movement championed by a group called the Indigenous People of Biafra has gained steam in the southeast of the country, 50 years after a civil war over the same issue left one million people dead. Under Mr. Buhari, military operations have led to dozens of arrests and deaths, and the disappearance of the movement’s leader.

Beyond that, conflicts between farmers and pastoralists looking for places for their cattle to graze have escalated, with recent bouts of violence killing dozens.

Critics complain that Mr. Buhari has failed to resolve these tensions. But even his opponents concede that he has tried to work on the promises that helped him win the presidency.

Almost as soon as he began his term, Mr. Buhari began an assault against Boko Haram, with the military taking back territory and capturing and killing scores of militants. His government negotiated the release of several dozen of the students taken in 2014 from the village of Chibok. Two other groups of high-profile hostages — women police officers and university professors — were released this year.

But those successes have been marred by the new kidnappings at the Dapchi school. Officials didn’t initially label the episode a kidnapping, despite numerous witnesses reports of militants hauling away the girls. The president’s aides would say only that the girls are missing.

The war with Boko Haram still rages, with suicide bombers pulling off regular attacks and militants conducting increasingly complex operations. About 100 students from Chibok are still held hostage.

Yet Mr. Buhari has baffled the nation by repeatedly saying Boko Haram has been defeated.

His government has worked to crack down on corruption, uncovering millions of dollars’ worth of cash and making high-profile arrests.

But critics say corruption is still widespread. They were outraged that Mr. Buhari hired a former director of the nation’s pension fund to a new post in his government after the previous administration had fired the man on grounds he had pilfered billions.

Mr. Buhari also hired a national health insurance executive who was being investigated by Nigeria’s anti-graft agency on suspicion of approving shady contracts and engaging in nepotism. When Transparency International recently announced that Nigerians think that corruption has worsened during Mr. Buhari’s tenure, he rejected the report as misleading.

Presidency releases photos showing the crowd that came out to welcome President Buhari in Plateau today

President Buhari's media aide, Bashir Ahmad, shared the photos showing how residents of the state came out enmass to welcome the president. See more photos below

VIDEO: D-Truce – Talk To You

D-Truce kicks off his calendar year with a release of the video to his feel good afro-centric single titled “Talk to you”.
The video which was directed by Bash ‘em does very well to tell the story of a night out with the X3M Music artist, as he stops over at a bar for a drink and eventually meets one of the many “women of his dreams”.

VIDEO: Indo Baba – Sho Le

VIDEO: Indo Baba – Sho Le

VIDEO: Indo Baba – Sho Le
After a brief vacation from music into real estate, the Afro Beat America based Award winning performer, INDO BABA a.k.a King jollof is back with a fire hit with an amazing Video which is about to erupt the afro beat music line like a volcano. This new song produced by FMAJOR is entitled ‘Sho Le’.

VIDEO: BCode – Balance Well ft. VJ Adams

BCode – Balance Well ft. VJ Adams

BCode – Balance Well ft. VJ Adams
Paparazzi records lead artist BCODE releases the visuals to his massively trending single BALANCE WELL which features VJ ADAMS on it.
The video is directed by ADASA COOKEY and he definitely delivered a quality video to bring more life to the song. Watch and enjoy!

VIDEO: Hi-Idibia – You Don’t Know Me

VIDEO: Hi-Idibia – You Don’t Know Me
Hyacinth Idibia popularly know as Hi-Idibia who is from Benue state and the immediate younger brother to Legendary musician 2face Idibia, his now back and ready under a new music platform called Nevada Music Group (NMG).
His new single “You Don’t Know Me” and the video directed by Patrick Elis is a mixture of Afro pop, reggae and R&B, features cameo appearance by Neville Nevada CEO (NMG), Tunde EdnutJaymoneyenttGbenro Ajibade and many more…
Now Hi-Idibia is ever ready, with his unique and gentleman style. This time he intends to work with his fans to build up a strong team of motivators and positive thinkers.
Welcome to the world of Hi-Idibia.

VIDEO: Klever Jay – Holla

VIDEO: Klever Jay – Holla

“Arguably the most hard-working Nigerian artiste, Klever Jay comes through with yet another creative piece to delight good music lovers!

Following his successful UK tour for his hit single ‘Kini Level Yen‘, Klever Jay drops the visuals to one of his recently released singles “Holla” shot at the Royal Arsenal London UK, produced by Shockerbeat and Mastered by Lahlah.

Check on it below and tell us what you think”

Former Big Brother housemate Uriel says Ceec is a 'troubled soul and she needs guidance'

Former Big Brother Naija housemate, Uriel shared her opinion on one of the current housemates, Ceec, saying she's a troubled soul.

According to Uriel, 'she's a troubled soul. I'd love to meet her, she has a lot bottled up and she needs guidance'.

Uriel however took down the post out of respect for Ceec's family explaning that she may have used the wrong words by describing Ceec as a troubled soul.

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