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Sunday, March 11, 2018

VIDEO: E.L – Ayeyi ft Dope Nation

Ghanaian rapper E.L drops the official visuals to his recently dropped single titled “Ayeyi”, which means Praise. On this thanksgiving tune, he featured the duo Dope Nation. The video was directed by Yaw Skyface. Peep the visuals, and download the tune below.

VIDEO: Yaa Pono – Fake

Ghanaian rapper Yaa Pono aka Ponobiom releases his first cut for the year, and it’s a single and video titled “Fake”. Fake is a hip-hop joint that was produced by K.C. Beatz, and the video was directed by Prince Ibam. Peep the visuals, and download the joint below

VIDEO: Ryan Omo – On Demand | DOWNLOAD “Gimme Love” EP

VIDEO: Ryan Omo – On Demand | DOWNLOAD “Gimme Love” EP

“Dr. Dolor Entertainment‘s shining star – Ryan Omo, drops his highly anticipated EP “Gimme Love” and backed it up with the visuals release of one of the standout tunes from the project – On Demand.

Ryan Omo came out in his full elements on this very lovely tune – “On Demand” and totally silenced all doubters with the “Gimme Love” EP, which will have you on the edge of your seat all through.

“Gimme Love” EP and the “On Demand” visuals are just a bit of the many amazing projects coming from the stable of Dr. Dolor Entertainment in 2018.

Watch out for more “Ryan Omo” in the coming months.”

Peep below!

VIDEO: Emma Nyra ft. Harmonize – Jamina (Remix)

Nyra Nation presents the official music video for Emma Nyra’s latest offering.
Produced by Krizbeatz,  the remix for “Jamina” features Tanzanian singer – Harmonize.

Woman shares photos of how her fiance almost beat her to death in front of her kids

A woman based in New Castle, United States who suffered domestic violence took to her Facebook page to share the injuries she sustained from the beating she got from her fiancé.

According to her, she pleaded for her life in front of her kids and bestfriend but the man insisted on beating her to death. After the incident, she narrated how she was flown to Presbyterian hospital trauma unit where she underwent an emergency surgery to save her eye, bleeding on the brain and numerous scratches and bruises on her body.

According to what Janea Alston-Goggins wrote; "I usually don’t post my business on Facebook, but last night I was almost beat to death by my fiancé. I pleaded for my life in front of my kids and bestfriend all while this man said no he was going to kill me. So let me expose this monster for who he really is. I had to be life flighted to Presbyterian hospitals trauma unit and have an emergency surgery to save my eye, with also bleeding on the brain and numerous cuts scratches and brises all over my body. This is my testimony to save the next woman from domestic violence it’s not okay. I ask that my Facebook family and friends continue to pray for me and my kids, this is going to be a hard journey but we will make it through! I ask that you continue to left us up in prayer, thank for all the text, calls, and everyone who’s reached out it’s greatly appreciated."

Fraud: N30bn missing from NSITF - Chris Ngige reveals

The minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, in line with a presidential directive, yesterday inaugurated all the boards of parastatals under the Ministry of Labour except the board of the Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) due to the huge fraud discovered in the agency.

The boards inaugurated by the minister include those of the National Productivity Centre (NPC), National Directorate of Employment (NDE), and Michael Imoudu National institute for Labour Studies (MINILS). LEADERSHIP Weekend reports that the president had in October 2017 constituted the board of the NSITF with the former president of National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG), Chief Frank Kokori, as the chairman.

However, giving reasons why the board was not inaugurated alongside others yesterday, Ngige said he had the consent of the president to stay action on inaugurating the NSITF board the pending the outcome of the administrative enquiry recently set up by the ministry to investigate the mindless looting of the agency. The minister urged members of the other boards so inaugurated to be accountable in the discharge of their mandates to avoid a repeat of the rot in the NSITF.

Ngige said: “the operations of the various parastatals must strictly conform to financial regulations, especially Section 32 and the provisions of the Procurement Act. The audited accounts of the parastatals must always be prepared and submitted to the relevant authorities as and when due. The NSITF, for example, is reeling from massive looting with no audited account for five years. A whooping sum of N5billion was unearthed by an audit panel of enquiry as having been taken out of the NSITF coffers with First Bank in a single day without vouchers. Worse still, the organisation maintained no cash book as required by financial regulations. This resulted in massive looting of funds by board members acting in concert with the management staff. When we say N5 billion was taken in one day, that’s not the only amount missing. Over N30billion cannot be accounted for and the members of the past board participated actively in the looting"

Auchi polytechnic expels 18 students and rusticates 62 others for various misconducts

The Federal Polytechnic, Auchi, Edo, on Friday said it expelled 18 students and rusticated 62 others for various misconducts in the 2016/2017 academic session.

The Rector of the institution, Dr Sanusi Jimah, made this known at the 36th matriculation of the 2017/2018 students in Auchi. Jimah said the institution had zero tolerance for social vices and that the management would not hesitate to sanction any student found wanting.

He warned that students who presented fake credentials to gain admission would not be comfortable in the institution. “All the credentials you presented during the registration process will be verified. If the credentials are found to be fake, the penalty is expulsion from the Polytechnic,’’ he said.

The rector said 11,173 students comprising 6,318 for National Diploma (ND) and 4,855 for Higher National Diploma (HND) courses were admitted into the institution for the current session. He advised the students to shun cultism, violence, examination malpractice and other vices. He also urged them to imbibe dialogue, peaceful co-existence, discipline and hard work to excel in their studies.

“You have come into this institution at a time that management is on a mission for transformation. This transformation agenda is directed at ensuring that corrupt practices are eliminated in the conduct of academic and other transactions in the polytechnic. The management will come down on staff who extort money from students to enhance their examination grades or request gratifications to pass students. Just as we hold staff accountable for proper conduct, so also management will hold students accountable for discipline and full compliance with the rules and regulations operating on campus,’’ he said.

The rector assured the students that staff and management would provide the enabling environment for them to excel. He said that the institution would continue to promote quality education through the provision of modern teaching and learning facilities.

“Beginning from this session, the polytechnic is putting finishing touches to the take-off of computer-based examination for all ND 1 and HND 1 students. This will advance the students’ knowledge on the use of electronic means of learning. “Computer is of immense benefit in today’s world driven by information technology, and it reduces sharp practices to the barest minimum'’ he added.
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