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Tuesday, April 17, 2018

VIDEO: Tony P ft. Harrysong – Confirm

VIDEO: Tony P ft. Harrysong – Confirm

“Versatile and conscious musician Anthony Nwaulu, profoundly called ‘Tony P’ teams up with Alter Plate CEO and respected Nigerian singer Harrysong on his new single titled ‘Confirm’.

Tony P has worked with top-notch artistes and music producers in the Nigeria Music Industry. His previous single ‘Marry You’, which showcased his amazing talent featured Solidstar and was produced by hitmaker DJ Coublon.

Tony P’s collaboration with Harrysong on this track mergers splendidly as they both conveyed the message of the song in their unique ways. ‘Confirm’ was produced by another prolific sound engineer, Kuk Beat.

Harrysong, known for tons of hit tracks, comes on this track with Tony P, poured out their highlife and afrolife infused melodies to make the song an instant hit song that will definitely take over the industry in due time.

This new song is coming after Tony P’s recent four Nigerian states’ tour held in Enugu, Anambra, Delta and Port Harcourt states to put his talent, music on the spotlight. Since then, his fan base has been insistently increasing.

‘Confirm’ is a celebration song that will transcend beyond this generation, it’s coined from danceable drums, pleasing instrumentals, mind-blowing deliveries with a relatable entertaining music video directed by Avalon Okpe.

Tony P is a talent who cannot be underestimated and fast becoming a household name. Check out his new material and follow his activities on social media; Instagram: @tonyponthemic, Facebook: Tonypondmic and Twitter: @Tonypondmic. ENJOY

VIDEO: DMW ft. Davido, Peruzzi, Yonda & Fresh

DMW wastes no time in dishing out the visuals to their latest effort entitled “Aje” featuring the leader of the gang – Davido, Peruzzi, Yonda and producer Fresh.
The video was shot on location in Dakar, Senegal and it was directed by Twitch Visuals

'Meeting Theresa May is not a big deal, I have met her twice'' Reno Omokri says after seeing President Buhari's photos with the British Prime Mininster

Reno shared this tweet after seeing photos from President Buhari's meeting with the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, yesterday April 16th.

7 inmates killed, 17 others injured in United States' deadliest prison gang war

The deadliest prison riot in the United States since 1993, sparked by a gang-related dispute has claimed seven lives in a South Carolina prison.

State officials identified the slain inmates as Raymond Scott, 28, who was serving a 20-year sentence for crimes including assault and battery; Michael Milledge, 44, serving 25 years for drug trafficking; Damonte Rivera, 24, serving life for murder; Eddie Gaskins, 32, serving 10 years for domestic violence; Joshua Jenkins, 33, serving 15 years for manslaughter; Corey Scott, 38, serving 22 years for kidnapping; and Cornelius McClary, 33, serving 25 years for burglary.

Another 17 people were wounded in an eight-hour long series of fights that spread through three dorms at the Lee Correctional Institution in Bishopville, South Carolina, said Bryan Stirling, director of the state Department of Corrections.

“This was all about territory. This was about contraband, this was about cellphones,” Stirling told a news conference. “These folks are fighting over real money and real territory while they are incarcerated.”

It was the deadliest U.S. prison riot since 1993, when nine inmates and one corrections officer died at the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility in Lucasville, said Steve Martin, a prisons expert and now the federal monitor for the consent decree involving New York City’s Rikers Island jail complex.

All seven deaths were the result of stabbing injuries, said Lee County Coroner Larry Logan. Forty-four guards were on duty at the 1,583-inmate prison when violence erupted Sunday evening, Stirling said. Prison staff called in reinforcements and did not move into the first unit until four hours after the fighting began, a delay that he said was necessary to ensure the guards’ safety.

For months, South Carolina officials have said that prisoners used smuggled cellphones to manage crimes outside the prisons. Governor Henry McMaster on Monday said he would renew his request to federal officials to allow him to block cell signals on prison property. The State newspaper showed video it said was taken by inmates with smuggled phones that depicted trails of blood and dead bodies in the prison. Reuters could not immediately confirm that the video was authentic and Stirling declined to do so.

The state has about 5,000 prison employees in 22 institutions, but “security staff numbers continue to lag behind the authorized strength,” the department’s fiscal 2017 Accountability Report said, without giving numbers. Martin said staff shortages could have been a contributing factor in the riot. “When high-security inmates start engaging each other and there aren’t enough staff, it’s hard to stop it,” Martin said in a phone interview.

Fayose chides President Buhari for blaming past leaders for Nigerians current state, reminds him he was once a military leader & Petroleum minister

Ekiti state governor has berated President Buhari for always blaming past leaders for Nigeria's problems, forgetting he was once a Military leader and former Minister of Petroleum. Read Fayose's tweets from bottom to top below

Lesbian couple shares a kiss in public as they step out for 2018 prom in matching blue outfits (Photos)

American Lesbian couple, Alivia and Cheyenne shared photos of themselves sharing a kiss as they stepped out together for 2018 prom in matching blue dresses.

See full photos below.

Minister of power, Babatunde Fashola says Nigerians now enjoy better electricity than in the past

The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, says when compared to the past, Nigerians currently enjoy better electricity supply. According to the Minister, this is the feedback he has gotten in recent times from right thinking Nigerians.

The Minister said the right thinking Nigerians have revealed to him that they now spend less amount of money to power their alternative source of electricity and enjoy a good quantity from the National grid. Fashola disclosed this at the April 2018 edition of the monthly power sector operators meeting in Umuahia, Abia State

''We are on a journey to a destination of promise and eventual prosperity and I use this occasion to salute the efforts and contributions of all those who have brought us this far. Even if those who were most vocal in condemnation when the situation appeared very dire are now uttering some muted acknowledgment that it has improved, we must continue to draw inspiration from well-meaning and right thinking Nigerians who were gracious enough to publicly acknowledge that they are saving some money from diesel and the money they used to spend for generators; they are running their generators for fewer hours; and they are getting comparably more power than before. It is because of those gracious and well-meaning and right thinking Nigerians that we must dig deeper, work harder and be more determined to improve service delivery” he said

Ceec becomes Head of House for the final week in Big Brother Naija House

In a twist of fate, Ceec has just been named Head of House for the final week in the Big Brother Naija house.

She was unanimously voted by the 4 other housemates as the only one left who has held the position the least number of times.

Some of the 'Best Christians' in Nigeria are serving in Buhari's government''VP Osinbajo says

According to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, some of the finest crops of Christians in Nigeria currently serve in the Buhari-led administration. Osinbajo said this at the 50th thanksgiving service of Senator Binta Garba in Adamawa state yesterday April 15th.

“The truth of the matter is that in the government of today, we have some of the most erudite Christians, some of the best Christians occupying positions in government. Boss Mustapha, the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, who is a pastor; the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, Winifred Oyo-Ita and of course I, the Vice-President are all Christians. But it is not enough to have Christians in government like myself. It is never enough. If you look through the scriptures whether it was Joseph, Daniel or Esther, every person who made an impact in governance in the scripture that we see was supported by the prayers of the people of God. God is not moved unless we move His hands in the place of prayers. We are in a period in history when God wants to do something that is why some of us are in government. The opportunity must not be lost, your prayers to God will make that difference.” he said

27-year-old Kenyan woman returns after being raped and jailed in Saudi Arabia

A 27-year-old Kenyan woman has returned home after a one-year ordeal in a Saudi Arabian prison.

Levina Mapenzi Ngolo, who was jailed for allegedly engaging in illicit sex, returned home from Riyadh last Thursday night aboard an Ethiopian airliner.

In her arms was a two-year-old boy she says she conceived as a result of the rape.
Ngolo, who worked as a house help, said she was raped by an Indian migrant.

They were employed by the same person and stayed in the same flat. She said the man threatened her with a knife.

However, Ms Ngolo was charged, under Saudi Arabia’s law, with engaging in sex outside marriage and jailed. Her attacker is still serving his three-year jail term.

Ngolo said her legs were chained all the time she was in prison. She gave birth to her son in prison after a seven-month court battle.

She said she was handed back her passport at the airport, shortly before boarding the plane back to Kenya.

Ngolo, who spoke at her parents’ home in Frere Town in Mombasa, claimed her Indian attacker, a driver, raped her overnight in 2016.

“The driver took advantage of the absence of our employer to attack me. Our employer had gone to visit her children. He accosted me as I came out of the house,” said Ngolo.

While in prison, Ngolo said, inmates were often beaten but she was spared because of her pregnancy.

Ngolo’s sister, Esther Kaidza, said a Kenyan woman called in September 2016 to inform her that her sibling had been arrested.

“A woman who was speaking Arabic was the first one to call me but we were unable to communicate because of language barrier. Later, the Kenyan called me. She said Lavina was in custody for sleeping with a driver and becoming pregnant, contrary to the laws of that land,” Kaidza said.

Ngolo said she could not immediately report the incident to her employer for fear of the consequences.

But after some time, she started feeling sick. That is when her employer took her to hospital. She tested positive for pregnancy.

“It was my employer’s son who first expressed suspicions that I could be pregnant. After the truth came out, his mother suggested that I be quietly returned to Kenya. However, her son took me to a police station, where I was immediately arrested,” said Ngolo.

Her attacker was beaten up and taken to the police station. They were both charged with engaging in illicit sex.

Ngolo was sentenced to one year in jail because she did not consent to sex while the driver was jailed for three years. She said she was not allowed to attend clinic until she gave birth.

Her father, Ngolo Baya, 75, said he was happy to welcome his daughter and her baby back home.

"The entire family was shocked when we learnt of her arrest in a foreign country,” Baya said.

Source: Standard Digital
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