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Tuesday, May 1, 2018

VIDEO: Phlex – Tolani

The dilemma of a man in love and on the verge of losing the one he loves, is what this song typifies. He’ll do everything possible, from begging, to professing unending love, and for a baller like Phlex, a reminder of the good things He’s willing and ready to do for the love He has for that special one.

Phlex in this dilemma, pens his feelings for his “Tolani” on this highlife-esque beat by Cmart. The strings provide the atmosphere of a feel good and sonorous music vibe, mixed with the drums, to produce this beautiful piece of art.

The simple but yet direct hook passes the message of the song from the beginning, and makes it a song that will get you hooked from the first listen.

Tolani is one of 2 singles expected to drop before Phlex drops the highly anticipated EP in the last quarter of the year.

Video was directed by HD Genesis:


VIDEO: Davido – Assurance

Davido - Assurance

Davido – Assurance

Davido has broken the internet with his public display of love for his girlfriend, Chioma as he dedicates this new banger to her. He gifted her a brand new Porsche car for her birthday Yesterday with a plate number ‘Assurance’ and has just dropped the visuals to the song as e dey hot.

This is just so well thought out and works in favor of his relationship with Chioma. Not only that, Davido has successfully got the whole country talking about his new tune Assurance.

Chioma was also the lead lady character is this new video. Watch below and share your thoughts.

Here's the full speech of President Buhari during his White House Meeting with President Trump

Yesterday, Nigeria's President Buhari met with President Trump in Washington where both leaders spoke on a number of issues ranging from security to economy and more.

Below is the full text of President Buhari's speech...

Mr. president,
Senior Government officials,

I have just had excellent discussions with President Trump and I would like to reiterate my immense gratitude to you, Mr. President for your kind invitation and the very warm and generous hospitality extended to me and my delegation since our arrival in the United States;

2. We greatly appreciate the importance your administration attaches to a strong relationship with Nigeria. The United States remains for us a valued friend and strategic partner, whose support and solidarity over the years has meant a great deal to us. Our government’s three main priority areas are:
a) Security
b) Anti-corruption and good governance
c) Economic growth and job creation

3. We congratulate you, Mr. President on the statesmanly role you have played in so dramatically transforming the course of events in the Korean Peninsula to make the denuclearization of the region a real possibility.

4. On security, please accept our sincere congratulations on the important role played by the US in the defeat of ISIS, although some of the remnants have found their way to the Sahel region. We are very grateful for the strong US support in our fight against terrorism. We also appreciate very much your agreement to sell twelve Super Tucano A-29 war planes and weapons to Nigeria to effectively fight terrorism.

5. To contain the spate of insurgency in Nigeria, the Federal government has adopted a multi-sectoral approach, involving relevant government agencies to address the socio-economic and political dimensions while the Armed Forces of Nigeria assist the civil authorities to provide security and maintain law and order.

6. As part of efforts to address emerging cases of insurgency in the country, the Nigerian Military adopted a non-kinetic counter terrorism/counter insurgency approach code-named “Operation safe corridor”, to de-radicalize, re-habilitate, and re-integrate willingly surrendered Boko-Haram members into the larger society.

7. This programme is currently embarking on a number of projects including: skill acquisition centers and integrated farms; comprising poultry, fishpond and greenhouse farming, among others.

8. A number of international partners, including the International Organization for Migration have contributed to the success of Operation Safe Corridor. We will also appreciate whatever support we could also get from the US.

9. We are extremely grateful for your government’s support in the reconstruction and rehabilitation efforts in the North East of Nigeria, as well as humanitarian assistance to the Internally Displaced Persons, through agencies such as the United States Agency for International Development and other international partners.

10. The USA has been to date the biggest contributor to the humanitarian response and last year gave approximately 500 million US Dollars in cash and in-kind contributions through the United Nations and other inter-governmental organizations. These have mainly supported protection activities, namely health, food assistance and shelter.

11. We are doing all we can to secure the release of the remaining abducted schoolgirls from Dapchi and Chibok. In this context, we will continue to welcome US collaboration in intelligence gathering, hostage negotiations and information-sharing.

12. The government is taking necessary steps to promote the peaceful co-existence of herdsmen and farmers, by focusing on boosting security and enforcing legislation that will guarantee herders and farmers’ access to land, reducing strife and promoting harmonizing economic activities.

13. I wish to extend sincere congratulations to you and your government on the impressive performance of the US economy under your watch.

14. Our aim is to diversify our economy by focusing on agriculture and food security; power and infrastructure. We have cut the importation of rice by about 90% thereby saving a significant amount of money. We very much welcome increased US investment in the Nigerian economy, especially in the non-oil sector.

15. Economic relations between Nigeria and the United States are anchored on three major instruments, namely: the Bi-National Commission, Trade and Investment Framework Agreement and the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act.

16. The Bi-National Commission in particular, comprising bilateral political, economic, developmental and humanitarian partnership, is a basic economic framework for engagement between our two countries.

17. Nigeria’s trade volume with the United States stood at six point zero-seven billion United States Dollars according to 2016 statistics and comprised four point one-seven-six billion united States dollars worth of Nigerian exports to the US and one point eight-nine-four billion United States Dollars US exports to Nigeria. We should work to increase these figures substantially and to make balance of trade more even.

18. We thank your government very much for the cooperation we have received in our effort to recover stolen funds. Our two governments have put the machinery in place for their respective Attorneys-General to collaborate in ensuring the return to Nigeria of over five hundred million United States Dollars ($500) of looted funds siphoned away in banks around the world.

19. In this connection, we congratulate the US government on launching a Kleptocracy Asset Recovery Initiative, which was spearheaded by the US Department of Justice Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering. We hope that we can continue to count on your support in our efforts to recover our money.

20. The Government of Nigeria remains deeply committed to the principles of human rights as well as the promotion and protection of people’s freedom, even in the process of fighting terror. We will ensure that all documented cases of human rights abuses are investigated and those responsible for violations held accountable for their actions.

21. In addition, the Executive Secretary of the National Human Rights Commission of Nigeria inaugurated the Nigerian Military Human Rights Dialogue in August 2015 to provide the Nigerian Military and Para-Military with necessary tools to integrate human rights practices into their code, education systems, field training and disciplinary systems.

22. To this end, the victims of a criminal law enforcement operation that occurred in 2013 (otherwise known as Apo-six) were compensated in April this year based on the findings of the National Human Rights Commission. Two of the police officers responsible were convicted for culpable homicide arising from the extra-judicial killings.

23. Mr. President, this is the first time in the history of Nigeria that the Federal Government compensated the victims of extra-judicial killings. It also provides a sustainable platform for local and international human rights organizations to constructively engage the Nigerian security forces on human rights concerns. We also look to share best practices in this area with the United States.

24. I thank you, Mr. President, again for hosting us and for your constructive response to our shaped problems. I hope you make Nigeria the first port of call whenever you visit African continent.

2019 election will be the easiest for President Buhari - Festus Keyamo

Festus Keyamo (SAN) has said President Buhari will win the 2019 general election easily.

Keyamo who is now the Director, Strategic Communication of the president’s campaign organization said the 2019 election will be easier for the President to win than even when he was elected in 2015. The lawyer said this while speaking with Channels Television on Sunday:

“The 2019 election will be the easiest election for president Buhari despite what the nay sayers are saying, it will be the easier the president than 2015 and all the indices are there, because since that time the president had won over the heart of other sections of the country at that time that may not have voted for him, between then and now he has won their heart” he said.

He pointed out that this was because the President already has many achievements he can boast of. Look at the second Niger bridge it is 40% complete and has been expanded from a 2km to a 7km bridge, look at the railway tracks they have increased them from single gage to standard gauge railway tracks the one between Lagos and Ibadan and Kano and Abuja is 80% complete.

Nigerians will see that despite all the negative talks here and there, that it will be the easiest election for the president more than that of 2015,” said the lawyer.

Photos: Here's the moment Davido gave his boo, Chioma a brand new Porsche SUV to celebrate her 23rd birthday

At a private dinner to celebrate her 23rd birthday last night, African popstar, Davido surprised his girlfriend, Chioma with a brand new Porsche SUV worth over 45million naira with a plate number that reads 'Assurance'.

This comes after the 25-year-old award winning singer, spent millions of naira on Chioma's pre birthday party which took place two days ago. He also released a song titled 'Assurance' which he dedicated to Chioma.

See photos below...

PDP To Buhari: ''Your outing in US is Embarrassing ''

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has berated President Buhari over his meeting with US President Donald Trump yesterday April 30th.

The party in a statement signed by its spokesperson, Kola Ologbondiyan, said the meeting was ''embarrassing as he completely failed to project the economic interests of our nation before the American government and the world''. Read the statement below

''It was alarming that President Buhari buckled in bilateral negotiation and failed to address the issue of the drop in the US purchase of our crude oil, which is the main stay of our economy.

Nigerians and the business community were aghast when President Buhari could not market our crude oil to his American counterpart even when in the course of question and answer session, a leeway was provided for him, he off-handedly declared that he cannot “tell America what to do”.

Also President Buhari had no answers to President Trump's stance that the US has not been investing substantially in Nigeria owing to unconducive economic climate under his administration, further confirming the stand of the PDP that the All Progressives Congress (APC) is running a moribund economy

More disturbing is the revelation by President Trump that the US has been supporting Nigeria with the sum of $1bn annually whereas President Buhari, in his script, announced that Nigeria received only $500m last year.

We had expected President Buhari, as the ‘African Champion on Anti-Corruption’, to immediately respond to President Trump on the whereabouts of the shortfall of $500m.

It is also inexcusable that President Buhari had no answers to the security situation of daily bloodletting and mass killings in Nigeria, which President Trump described as “horrible”. Instead, he restricted himself to his script, which was silent on the issue. By this, the American government has summarily indicted President Buhari’s government on its failure to ensure security of lives and property of citizens.

On the whole, the visit surmises photo-ops of President Buhari in the White House in a bilateral session where President Trump was committed to marketing the US to the most populous black nation''

Photos: President Buhari meets with US Businessmen, calls for more investment in Nigeria

After his bilateral meeting with the US President, Donald Trump, President Buhari last night had a meeting with leading US businessmen where he called for more investment in Nigeria, particularly in the non-oil sector.

''“We very much welcome increased US investment in the Nigerian economy, especially in the non-oil sector'' he said

See another photo form their meeting below

Buhari to Trump ''Herdsmen crisis is tied to Gadaffi and the Libyan crisis''

Buhari to Trump

President Buhari has once again linked the increading herdsmen crisis to hitmen trained by deceased Libyan leader, Muammar Gadaffi. While speaking to US presidnet, Donald Trump, yesterday April 30th, President Buhari said

''The problem of herders in Nigeria is a very long historical thing. The Nigerian herders don’t carry anything more than a stick and occasionally a matchet to cut down foliage and give it to their animals, these ones are carrying AK-47. So, people should not underrate what happened in Libya. 43 years of Ghaddaffi, people were recruited from the Sahel and trained to shoot and kill. With the demise of Ghaddaffi they moved to other countries and region and carried the experience with them,” he said

Recall that during his meeting with the Archbishop of Canterbury earlier in the month, President Buhari said Gadaffi hitmen were the ones responsible for the herdsmen attacks recorded in various states.
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