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Monday, March 12, 2018

VIDEO: Glenn – Swerve ft. Problem

Glenn - Swerve ft. Problem

Glenn – Swerve ft. Problem
Off the Mask and Music Group platform, The Amazing Glenn unleashes his first jam of the year. Glenn hits us with an amazing Trap sensation that will have you on repeat for days.
Jumping on this one with him is warri born SA based new skool trap wiz “Problem” . Together they nailed this up tempo, groovy, hip hop Jam.
Served hot, here’s the Audio and Video to “SWERVE”. GLENN FT. PROBLEM Video was shot in Johannesburg, SA with credits to Kylewhite TV.

VIDEO: Jargo Kush – Say I Do

VIDEO: Jargo Kush – Say I Do

VIDEO: Jargo Kush – Say I Do

Team ScoobyNero presents the Official video for “Say I Do” by JargoKush. Starring Rap Queen Gigi Lamayne from South Africa. Song was produced by TRK.

JargoKush is a Recording Artist, born in Lagos Nigeria, But resides in Johannesburg South Africa.

Expect nothing but hits after hits from JARGOKUSH.

Check out the SOS Media Pro directed Visuals for this fire tune below

VIDEO: Becca – With You ft Stonebwoy

Ghanaian songstress Becca brings to us the official video to a song titled “With You”, which is off her recently released “Unveiling” album. The song features her Zylofon Media label mate, dancehall act Stonebwoy. Peep the visuals below

VIDEO: Akwaboah – Hye Me Bo

Sarkcess Music signee Akwaboah releases the official video to his new single titled “Hye Me Bo”which in literal terms translates to “Promise Me”. Hye Me Bo is an afro-soul tune guaranteed to get you in your feels. Peep the video, and download the tune below.

Brad Pitt vows to stay celibate for a year after shock Angelina Jolie split

Brad Pitt has reportedly vowed to stay celibate for a year following his shock split from his Hollywood star wife, Angelina Jolie.

The 54-year-old actor and movie producer is also said to be putting himself together by keeping fit, eat healthily and cut alcohol from his diet.

A source told The Sun: 'He's looking after number one. Brad is really sorting himself out. He's getting trim, eating healthily and has cut out the booze. He has been in relationships for pretty much all of his entire adult life. Now that he's single, he's doing things he's previously been unable to do.'

Brad Pitt split with wife Angelina Jolie in 2016, after 11 years and six kids together.

This comes after Actress and stand-up comedian, Tiffany Haddish claimed that the veteran actor told her they would date.

“He said in one year if he’s single and I’m single, we gonna do it, so you know what that means … But he do got seven kids, I don’t know if I could deal with a man that’s got that many kids,' she told Ripa during the Live! with Kelly and Ryan‘s special post-Oscars show.

I am happy they didn't touch anybody until they got married'' VP Yemi Osinbajo's mum speaks of him and his siblings

In a fresh interview with Punch newspaper, mother of the Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, Bisi Osinbajo, said she is very happy that her children did not touch anyone before they got married.

Mrs Osinbajo who has four boys and a girl, said herself and her husband had taught their children not to have sex until marriage. Mrs Osinbajo said her husband who died in 1996, had warned their boys that he will ensure they marry anyone whom they impregnante before marriage.

Mrs Osinbajo said she was glad that her children took to their warning and teaching.

Daddy always told them that if they impregnated any girl, they would have to marry the person, whoever she was. He told them that he did not care if the girl sold pepper or salt, he would ensure they got married. We were happy that they didn’t ‘touch’ anybody till they got married” she said

85-year-old Mrs Osinbajo said herself and her late husband had warned their children never to venture into politics but that when their son Yemi came home to inform them of his plans to join politics, they knew it was God's instruction.

''We don’t like politics. My husband and I also told our children not to partake in politics. However, Femi was once a councillor. But he later resigned and returned home. He said he could not cope with them. When we heard of Yemi’s own, we knew that it was God that put him there. Since then, we have been praying; I cannot rest again.” she said

She went on to state that she still scold's Professor Yemi despite the fact that he is the Vice President.

I had my first child, Femi, on July 29, 1955. I was delivered of Yemi on March 8, 1957, and I had Akin in 1960. Tunde came in 1962 before Tolu (the only girl) came in 1970. It was a tough time. When you are dealing with boys, you don’t sleep with your two eyes closed. As a mother, you have to be active. Sometimes, you have to put on trousers and show them that you can act like them. When they jump, you jump too; and that is why I am called ‘Mummysco’. Yes, I do scold him and on occasions like that, he calls me ‘Mummysco’. It doesn’t matter how big they are now, they are still my children ” she said

''I never called for military takeover'' deputy senate president Ike Ekweremadu tells Nigerian Army

Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, says he never asked the Nigerian military to carry out a coup. Recall that last week, the Nigerian military and Ekweremadu made news after the latter on the floor of the senate cautioned Nigerian politicians from using their power to fight one another, particularly state governors that use their office to fight lawmakers.

Ekweremadu said unstable political environment is what gives rise for the military to take over any government. The Nigerian military then issued a statement saying they will never carry out a coup and also pledged their support for the Buhari-led administration.

However speaking at a dinner party organized for parliamentarians by the Bayelsa state governor, Seriake Dickson, over the weekend, Ekweremadu said his statement was taken out of context by the military.

Before I close, let me just tell you one unfortunate incident that happened last week. We had one of our colleagues from Kogi who was hosting a constituency briefing and empowerment. He alleged that the government sponsored thugs to come and chase away people and destroy the programme and equipment he bought for his people. We condemned such acts, especially where in a particular case, the property of a parliamentarian was destroyed. We condemned a case whereby parliamentarians were stopped from holding meetings and where a parliamentarian was stopped from coming to a state where he was governor for eight years. We warned that it was this kind of reckless abuse of power and impunity that scuttled our democracy earlier, especially in the first republic and I cautioned that politicians should not take things for granted. Of course, some people took it out of context and said I was calling for a military coup. I never called for a military coup. I never said the military was planning any coup. If you read some parts of the military statement, they admitted that my statement and contribution were only cautionary and that we were sincere, but they went as far as saying that the international community should ignore me. I am not asking for an apology , I am only asking for understanding. I hold the Nigerian army and the armed forces in high regard. They are some of the best in Africa. They have defended our democracy, our people and have acquitted themselves in every assignment. So, I am indeed very proud of them. I am one of those people who believe that even our NYSC should be restructured to include some form of military training because they can bring the necessary discipline that can help advance the values of our system. So, I have no reason why l should degrade our military. If they need anything now, it is encouragement because this is not the best of times for them. So, I call on all Nigerians to give them the necessary encouragement. But we do hope that when parliamentarians make statements, they (military) should be able to know exactly what they said before reacting” he said

Photo of the day: Don Jazzy, Falz, Basketmouth and Odunlade Adekola 'dressed up' as mothers

Photo of the day: Don Jazzy, Falz, Basketmouth and Odunlade Adekola

Nigeria's Judge Eboe-Osuji elected as the new President of the International Criminal Court (ICC)

A Nigerian jurist, Judge Chile Eboe-Osuji, was yesterday elected the new President of the International Criminal Court ICC for a three-year term with immediate effect.

Judge Robert Fremr (Czech Republic) was elected First Vice-President and Judge Marc Perrin de Brichambaut (France) Second Vice-President. While speaking after his election, Judge Eboe-Osuji who is 55 year old and hails from Imo state, said

I am deeply honoured to have been elected by my peers as President of the International Criminal Court. As I take up my duties, I feel encouraged that I am able to rely on the wide experience of the two Vice-Presidents, Judge Robert Fremr and Judge Marc Perrin de Brichambaut, both of whom I have closely worked with previously. I look forward to working together with them as well as with all the judges, all the Officials and the staff of the Court in a spirit of collegiality. I also look forward to collaborating with the Assembly of States Parties, civil society and the international community at large, acting together to strengthen and reinforce the Rome Statute system, the 20th anniversary of the adoption of which we celebrate this year. I am also grateful to the previous President, Judge Silvia Fernández de Gurmendi, and Vice-Presidents, Judges Joyce Aluoch and Kuniko Ozaki, for their work and leadership,"'.

Prior to joining the ICC, Judge Eboe-Osuji was the Legal Advisor to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, during which time he led the writing of submissions to the European Court of Human Rights and the United States Supreme Court. He served as Principal Appeals Counsel for the Prosecution in the Charles Taylor Case at the Special Court for Sierra Leone (2007-2008), and has held several posts at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, including Head of Chambers (2008-2010) and Lead Prosecution Trial Counsel (2000-2003).

He has taught international criminal law as adjunct professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Ottawa, Canada, and has an extensive record of legal scholarship and publications.

Judge Eboe-Osuji served as legal expert to Nigeria's delegation to the ICC-ASP Special Working Group on the Definition of the Crime of Aggression and practised law as a barrister, appearing in many criminal, civil and constitutional cases before national courts in Nigeria and Canada.

He holds an LLB from the University of Calabar, Nigeria (1985), an LLM from McGill University, Canada (1991), and a PhD in international criminal law from the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2011).

Prominent Islamic cleric condemns the grand wedding of Kano state governor’s daughter to Oyo state governor's son

A prominent Kaduna-based Islamic cleric, Ahmed Gumi, has condemned the grand wedding of the Kano state governor Abdullahi Ganduje's daughter Fatima and Oyo state governor, Abiola Ajimobi's son, Idris, which lasted for two weeks. The first leg of the wedding took place on March 3rd in Kano while the last leg of the wedding took place in Ibadan, Oyo state over the weekend.

According to Premiumtimes, Sheik Gumi said the wedding where the couple were seen holding hands and cuddling is a ''disgrace to Islam and parenting in northern Nigeria''. He criticised the Sharia police in Kano for allowing such a thing to happen but were so quick to punish Nollywood actress, Rahma Sadau who was shoooting a music video in which she had body contact with the singer, Classic.

The muslim cleric warned the people of Kano to be cautious of what he called the “wrath of God” citing the example of the crisis in Borno State.

Look at what happened in Kano. That thing really upset me. The daughter of the governor cuddling in the presence of people. Yet it was the same state that sanctioned an actress for cuddling someone in a musical video. Now the daughter of the governor has done it which means it is now legal. Where is the so-called hisbah in the state? This is the kind of leaders we elect. I am calling on the people of Kano fear Allah. This is the height of immorality and to also remind you of what happened to Borno state. You should not provoke Allah.” he said
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