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Monday, October 15, 2018

Dino Melaye, FFK, others attend Governor Fayose's send off banquet at Sheraton Hotel, Abuja (Photos)

Last night, a send off banquet was held in honour of the out-going governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose at Sheraton Hotel, Abuja.

Some notable faces at the event include, PDP National leader, Uche Secondus, Speaker house of reps, Yakubu Dogara, Senator Dino Melaye, Femi Fani Kayode and others.

See more photos below....

'Waiting for the perfect scape goat' - Olamide slams record label owners signing artistes into 'slavery'

Nigerian rapper, Olamide has addressed the issue of Nigerian record label owners falling out with their artistes due to breach of contract.

In posts in shared on Instagram stories, the YBNL boss said some record label owners are operating a 21st century slavery business and he is waiting for the perfect scape goat to call out. Read below.

Breaking: Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, is pregnant!

Kensington Palace has confirmed that Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, are expecting their first child.

''Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very pleased to announce that The Duchess of Sussex is expecting a baby in the Spring of 2019'' the palace's official twitter handle wrote

The annoucement comes days after rumors were rife online that Meghan is pregnant after she attended Princess Eugenie's wedding in a long-sleeved loose-fitting coat and a sweeping dress.

Meghan and Harry got married in May this year. According to the tweet, their baby is due in Spring of 2019.

'Buhari repeating ‘evil Decree 2' - Atiku Abubakar condems FG's travel ban on 50 Nigerians

Atiku Abubakar, presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has condemned the restriction of 50 prominent Nigerians and seizure of their assests by the federal government.

President Buhari in a statement on Saturday, announced that some 50 persons have been barred from travelling out of the country, saying the move was to deprive them the benefits of depleting their alleged loot.

In a statement issued on his behalf by his campaign organisation, Abubakar said the ban is a throwback to the notorious “evil decree two” of 1984 enacted by the military government under Buhari and is capable of devastating the Nigerian economy.

Read below.

“We must be unequivocal in saying that we abhor any act of criminality, financially or otherwise, but the rule of law must be our guide at all times or society will descend to anarchy,” the statement read.

“Thus, we find it most undemocratic that in a nation governed by the rule of law, a President who swore an oath to abide by the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, does this.

“The Nigerian Constitution guarantees every Nigerian citizen freedom of movement and freedom of association. This Constitutional right cannot be taken away except by a court order.”

The Atiku campaign organisation asked the Buhari administration to go to court “if it wants to curtail the rights of Nigerians” as “anything short of this is unconstitutional and extrajudicial”.

“This sudden dictatorial act is a throwback to Buhari’s evil Decree Number Two of 1984 which criminalised truth telling if it did not please Buhari, proving that dictators can grow old, but they can’t grow into democrats,” it said.

“It is precisely this type of draconian orders that have chased investors away from Nigeria and it is precisely why Nigerians will chase this recession friendly government away from power on February 16, 2019, so we can begin the job of Getting Nigeria Working Again.”
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