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Saturday, May 19, 2018

VIDEO: DJ Mensah – Say I Do ft. Sarkodie

Ghanaian disk jockey DJ Mensah drops the official video to a single he dropped late last year titled “Say I Do”, featuring top Ghana rapper Sarkodie. The song was produced byKuvie, and the video was directed by Yaw Skyface. Check out the visuals and download the tune below.

LASTMA issues traffic advisory ahead of APC convention in Lagos on May 19th

The Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) has announced plans to divert traffic ahead of the All Progressives Congress (APC) state convention.

A section of Acme Road in Ikeja will be closed, the body has announced, with the traffic to be diverted to other routes. The diversion will take place on Saturday, May 19, 2018.

See the routes below:

Owing to the All Progressives Congress' (APC) State Convention holding on Saturday, 19th May, 2018 at APC State Secretariat, Acme, Ikeja, a certain section of Acme Road will be closed and traffic diverted as follows;

1. Motorists coming from Akilo Road to Acme Road will be diverted to Adeniyi Jones and link Obafemi Awolowo Way/Allen Avenue RoundAbout through Aromire Street,


2. From Akilo Road, use Guinness-Asade RoundAbout to Oba Akran Avenue and make a left turn to Ladipo Oluwole Street to link Adeniyi Jones and connect Obafemi Awolowo Way/Allen Avenue RoundAbout through Aromire Street,

3. From Akilo Road, use Guinness-Asade RoundAbout to Oba Akran Avenue to Obafemi Awolowo Way and continue with your journey.


4. From Akilo Road, Ogba-Ijaye Road, Marketing, use Wemco Road to Lateef Jakande Road and connect destination as appropriate.

5. Whereas, those coming from opposite directions, reverse is the case.

While soliciting the cooperation and compliance of motorists with Traffic rules and regulations, we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Thank you.


Unbothered Blac Chyna spends big at a strip club hours after the death of her longtime assistant (Photos)

On Thursday morning, Blac Chyna's assistant passed away. Chyna decided to mourn her in own special way by heading straight to a strip club late on Thursday evening.

The 30-year-old mother of two shared two videos of her wild night out to her Instagram stories.

In the first video, Chyna is seen flashing large stacks of one dollar bills in her hands, while the other video shows multiple strippers dancing with plenty cash seen on the floor.

Lorena 'Patty' Hernandez, who was Chyna's house manager, passed away Thursday morning after being taken off life support following a stroke, according to TMZ.

According to Page Six, the family of Patty is reportedly preparing to sue the Blac Chyna for 'abusing [Hernandez] and 'not providing her with worker's compensation.'

Hernandez suffered a stroke in 2017 but still carried on with her work, as well as helping Chyna with her clothing line and day to day responsibilities.

But in January, the mother-of-three fell into a coma after enduring a seizure at the celeb's LA Lashed salon and suffering significant bleeding on the brain.

On Thursday, her family decided to take Patty off of life support on, after she was pronounced 'brain dead' following her third brain bleed Monday.

Since the sad news broke, Chyna is yet to publicly comment on Hernandez's passing.

Photo: EFCC arraigns suspected serial fraudster for land scam

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on Thursday, May 17, 2018, arraigned one Yohana Margif, a suspected serial fraudster, before Justice C. O. Agbaza of the Federal Capital Territory High Court, sitting in Jabi, Abuja, on a 7-count charge of conspiracy, forgery and fraud.

His journey to the dock followed a petition by the Department of Land Administration, Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, alleging that the defendant presented a title document, purported to be original Mass Housing Development Programme within the FCT, in the name of Verizon Heritage Limited, dated February 19, 2010 for confirmation in the Search Unit of Abuja Geographic Information System, AGIS.

According to the petitioner, the said documents were intercepted upon presentation as they appeared to be irregular.

Investigation into the matter revealed that Verizon Heritage Limited did not transfer the said title to any person or any company. The documents presented to the Department of Land Administration, AGIS, for legal search were also confirmed fake. .

One of the counts reads:

“That you, Yohana Margif, on or sometime December, 2015 in Abuja which is within the jurisdiction of this Honourable Court, intentionally forged payment receipt dated 15th day of August, 2014, of the sum of $4,687,500 (Four Million, Six Hundred and Eighty Seven Thousand, Five Hundred US Dollar) from MSDANLAMI NIGERIA LIMITED in the names of Chief F. Nwora and Mrs. E. Nwora on behalf of Verizon Heritage Limited, and you thereby committed the above offence punishable under Section 364 of the Penal Code Law”

The defendant pleaded not guilty to the charge.

In view of his plea, the prosecuting counsel, Rimamsomte Ezekiel, asked the court for a date for trial, but the defence counsel, R. N. Mbu, objected saying, he had a pending bail application before the court.

''I have no hatred towards you'' - Hushpuppi says he has forgiven Deji Adeyanju after conversing with him on the phone

There has been an online battle of words between PDP's former director of new media and flamboyant Instagram celebrity, Huspuppi, which started after Deji called on the EFCC to investigate Huspuppi's source of wealth.

Deji also challenged Huspuppi to a debate few days ago for stating that all those asking EFCC to investigate him will be killed by Ogun, a yoruba diety.

It seems things are a bit steady between them at the moment as Hushpuppi revealed that he recently had a phone conversations with Deji where he clarified a lot of misconceptions about his person. He took to Instagram to state that he has forgiven Deji for his poor judgement of his character.

Read his post below...

Sequel to Adeyanju Adedeji’s post about my personal lifestyle subject to controversial popular demand from inquisitive spectators from the various sectors of our society requesting he pry into my personal life giving a misconception about me which has nothing to do with his passion for activism for his country ,all in a decoy to get his focus off the group of people that should be accountable to tax payers as to the appropriations of each regional wealth and as to the growth of the nation. Due to this position, Deji and I had subsequent phone conversation wherein I buttressed my life and struggles of the past in Nigeria, a place wherein u inherit poverty as an infant undisclosed as to why the day to day struggle of our average parents isn’t proportionate to their ends meet, yet the circle of the elected rulers who are out to to be accountable to the people are unquestioned.
In line to this, it is clear to put it out here that the advent of my success has nothing to do with the present status that our beloved country still finds herself.For I was also born into the hardship of Nigeria which some of us could/can relate with, so if having no slippers as a child wasn’t a disgraceful influence to the younger generation or for those that saw me then or knew the level of penury my compound name was affiliated with, then I see no reason for me being notice with brand name flip flops and shoes to be a disgraceful thing to the youths of Nigeria. For I haven’t promoted Drugs or weapon, nor sodomy or buggery on my platform to desecrate my culture and values for the youngsters as compared to some visuals we see on other platforms .... Mind is but a mere Fashion sense in the 21st century which isn’t a crime on Earth.
I would like to end this message by stating that I have no hatred towards Deji, and I have forgiven him and his poor judgment of my character, despite his unfounded comments which could have potentially damaged my image and reputation.

EFCC's Ibrahim Magu appointed to lead Heads of Anti-Corruption Agencies in 19 Commonwealth Africa countries

Nigeria, represented by Ibrahim Magu, the acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has been appointed to lead Heads of Anti-Corruption Agencies in Commonwealth Africa, comprising 19 countries.

The appointment was announced at the 8th Regional Conference of the body which ended in Abuja on Friday. The group said in a communique that the members resolved to deepen collaboration on asset tracking and recovery. It expressed concern about the heavy losses that Africa was suffering as a result of illegal transfers of proceeds of corruption and crime. To effectively tackle the challenge, the body stressed the need for synergy among member countries.

“African countries should strengthen cooperation and partnership in the tracing, recovery and return of assets in accordance with Article 54 of the United Nations Convention against Corruption and Article 16 of the African Union Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption.’’ The group underscored the importance of whistleblowing in the fight against corruption, asset recovery and return and urged African countries to enact strong whistleblowing legislations and provide protection for whistleblowers.

Nigeria introduced the whistleblowing policy in December 2016 as part of efforts toward achieving the goals of the fight against corruption. Anti-corruption agencies from member countries, however, appealed to judicial and prosecuting authorities to support and fast-track prosecution of corruption cases. “Anti-corruption agencies in Africa should explore innovative ways of delivering public education, awareness and sensitisation messages to the general public about tracing and recovering of assets,’’ the group said.

It appreciated the invaluable support and warm hospitality provided by the Federal Government, EFCC, Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission and the people of Nigeria. Meanwhile, Uganda has been nominated to host the 2019 conference in partnership with the Commonwealth Secretariat, Wilson Uwujaren, the spokesperson for EFCC, announced in a statement
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