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Monday, 11 December 2017

See What Tiwa Savage Wore to the Premiere of 'The Wedding Party 2' Movie (See Photos)

Beautiful singer and mother of one, Tiwa Savage attended the premiere of 'The Wedding Party 2' last night, she wore an Arabian-inspired outfit which had a modern twist on it.
The event was attended by Banky W, Adesua Etomi and other A-list celebrities in Nigeria.
Tiwa Savage has a high taste for fashion as seen on her Instagram page.
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#EndSARS: Angry Nigerians Protest Against SARS in Lagos State Today (See Photos)

Some Nigerians today protested against the Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the Nigeria Police after stories of abuse went viral on social media forcing the Inspector-General of police to call for a reform of the unit.
However, Nigerians who are bent on making their points more audible came out en masse in Lagos state to protest today. A Nigerian man by name, Favour Onyeoziri who shared some of the photos wrote:
"We want more youths in Government, yet they cant even show up for a one day rally. Hundreds of Old men left their states to attend #PDPConvention in Abuja and you think they'd handover power to us on a platter? Na so. #EndSARS."
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Friday, 8 December 2017


Best of the best MIXTAPE for this season and beyond? x Shyne Guyz Music Worldwide
Host: Famous DJ Segxwin
Mixtape List
  1. Intro: Kayloaded x HotRapper x Fsquare x Beerex x Hush Bravo
  2. DJ Khaled x Justine Bieber x Quavo x Chance The Rapper x Lil Wayne – I’M The One
  3. Snoop Dog – Make American Cripple Again
  4. Dej Loaf x Kodak Black – All I Want
  5. Terry Apala – Shape Of You
  6. Ed sheeran – Shape Of You
  7. Fonsi Luis x Justine Bieber x Daddy Yankee – Despacito
  8. Tiwa Savage – Me and You
  9. Justine Bieber – Sorry
  10. Orezi – How Long
  11. Kiss Daniel – Sofa
  12. Cynthia Morgan x Stonebwoy – Bubble Bup
  13. Jason Durelo x TY Dolla Sign x Nicki Minaj – Swalla
  14. Olamide x Reminisce x Timaya – Bend It Over
  15. Dotman – Poppin Bottle
  16. Tekno – Rara
  17. Tekno – Go
  18. Kcee – Romantic Call
  19. Wizkid – One More Drink
  20. Wizkid x Efya – Daddy Yo
  21. Solidstar x Timaya – Silicon
  22. Masterkraft x Wizkid x Flavour – Medicine
  23. Masterkraft x Wizkid – Odoo
  24. Masterkraft x Wizkid x Uzboi – Odoo
  25. DJ Spinal x Mr. Eazi - Calm Down
  26. Mayorkun -  Che Che
  27. Davido – Fia
  28. Danny Young - Coded
  29. B Red – Finally
  30. Mr. P – Cool It Down
  31. Bracket – Malo
  32. Klever Jay x Reekado Bankz – Kini Level Yen
  33. Tiwa Savage – Wizkid – Ma Lo
  34. Mr. Eazi x Small Doctor – 2 People
  35. 2 Baba – Gaaga Shuffle
  36. Kida Kudz – F*ck It Up
  37. Sarkodie x Korede Bello – Far Away
  38. Tido De Fire – Wild Thought
  39. DJ Khaled x Rihanna x Bryson Tiller – Wild Though
  40. Lekizzy x Hardex x Apynez x HotRapper x Segxywin – Flexing
  41. Olamide x Davido – Summer Body
  42. Iyanya – Holy Water
  43. Popito x Solidstar x Yung L – Call Me
  44. Kosere x 9ice – One Man Food
  45. Tekno x Wizkid – Mama
  46. D’Prince – Sade
  47. Tiwa Savage – Sugarcane
  48. Major Lazer x PartyNextDoor x Nicki Minaj – Run Up
  49. Oritse Femi – Pum Pum
  50. Junior Boy x Oritse Femi – Fear God
  51. Wizkid x Chris Brown – African Bad Gyal
  52. Jidenna x Ketch Up x Don Da Bomb – Little Bit More
  53. Sean Tizzle – Wasted
  54. Skuki – Forkanizer
  55. Kiss Daniel – No Do
  56. Kiss Daniel – Yeba
  57. Falz - Jeje
  58. Kevin Boj x Bracket x Dammy Krane – Wyne For Me
  59. Poly Soldier x HotRapper x Lil Kesh – Made Men
  60. Masterkraft x Reekado Bankz – I Go Dance
  61. Skiibii x Reekado Bankz – London
  62. Masterkraft x CDQ x Reekado Bankz – Yapa
  63. WizeP – Malogbagbe
  64. Mayorkun – Tonight
  65. Rapkido – Insomnia
  66. Olamide – Mo Je Dodo
  67. Olamide – Shanko Baby
  68. Davido x R Kelly x DJ Segxywin – If Remix
  69. Feresise – Asake
  70. Small Doctor – This Year
  71. Small Doctor – Penalty
  72. Hush Bravo – La Divina
  73. Timaya x Olamide x Phyno – Telliperson
  74. Diamond Platnumz x Tiwa Savage – Fire
  75. Abayomi x Segxywin – Jonzing Thing
  76. Lil Kesh – Rora
  77. Oladips x Reminisce – Lalakukulala
  78. Sam Jayz x Debby Jay – Oyinkansola
  79. Teezy Jay – Apple Of My Eyes
  80. Sholley Pizzle x Flwizard – Levels
  81. Davolee x Olamide – Umbele
  82. Qdot – Wo
  83. Shyne Guyz Music x Olamide x Abayomi x Segxywin x DJ Asquare – Industry Yi Tiwa WO Refix
  84. HotRapper – Wo
  85. Olamide – Wo
  86. Olamide – Update
  87. Samsilver – Miracle
  88. CDQ – Bye Bye Poverty
  89. Oritse Femi x Olamide – Kelele
  90. Oritse Femi – Ongba lara Mi
  91. Phyno x Olamide – Augment
  92. Reminisce – Ponmile
  93. Shaypee – Gbomiye
  94. Outro: Kayloaded x HotRapper x Fsquare x Beerex x Hush Bravo

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Libya returnee rejects Gov. Obaseki’s monthly stipend, says Libya is the best place to work

A 27-year old Libya deportee, Obehi Diamond, has described Libya as the best country where a young man can work and earn good money if there was a central government in the country.
Obehi said he lost all his earnings and savings in Libya because there was no way he could send money back to Nigeria.
He said he was tricked to Libya by a lady he gave N520,000 to take him to Europe in 2011 by flight but the woman abandoned him in Libya.
Speaking to our reporter in Benin City, Obehi said he was kidnapped four times but he bailed himself out with 4000 dinars on each occasion but never contemplated going to Europe because work was good for him in Libya.
Obehi stated that he would not attend any training organised by the Edo State Government because he was already a professional.
He said the N20,000 monthly stipend Governor Godwin Obaseki promised to pay Libya deportees was not what many of them need but good tools to start life again.
His words, “I left Nigeria in 2012. I paid money for flight but the women betrayed me and took me through land to Libya. I paid her N520,000 in 2011. She kept on promising me that I will soon leave. She later asked me to go to Libya that there was somebody to receive me until I will leave for Europe. When I got to Libya, Richard told me I could not travel by air because there is on government in Libya.
“I started working in Libya and earning 1,500dinars every month but Richard was collecting 1000 dinars every month from the money. He kept collecting money from me for four months.
“I later told him that I cannot be working and he will be collecting the money. Richard told my boss to stop paying me. He told me to leave his house and I started sleeping in the street inside abandoned vehicles.
I later met a boy who took me to his house in a mechanic workshop. I got a job somewhere and was earning 2000 dinars. From there I was sending money to my parents in Nigeria to take care off themselves. My friend found a job for me in Tripoli and I was working well.
“In 2014, I was going to take measurement for a job, policemen stop the vehicle I was in. I was the only black inside. After interrogation, they tore my papers.
I spent eight months in four different prisons. I got a phone to call my friend and he told me to look for a policeman to bail me out. In Libya, there is no lawyer to bail you. A policeman helped me out and I paid him 120,000 dinars. I started working again in Tripoli till 2016 when fight started. I found another place to work in downtown due to fighting in Tripoli.
After a month, I asked my boss to calculate the money and it was 4000 dinars. He wanted it pay me 600 dinars and I refused. I stopped the work because I am a professional. I could get work easily because people used to call me for work. The man pursued me and said I must work for him. He took thugs to pursue me and for my safety I decided to work for 600 dinars.
“When I was arrested in Tripoli, I spent 15 months in prison before I was deported. I was not planning to go to Europe. In Libya, there is work. Libya is the best country in aspect of money and work. There is no country to compare to Libya. The problem is the lack of government. Libya is the best place for a young man to work and survive. There is money in Libya if you are a good workman. There is future in Libya for those that are not lazy.
“Since 2015, there was no means to send money home. Libyans know that we blacks do keep money at home. When they caught me, they went to my house to collect my money. They took my property. I lost everything. They took huge money from me. If I had come home with that money, I would not have depend on government to help me, I will just open my shop immediately.
“If the state government help me to open my shop, I will not think of traveling again. The pattern of aluminum work in Libya is different so I had to learn from an Egyptian.
“There is nobody that go to Libya that does not have skills except the Benin boys. The Benin boys are lazy. I don’t play with my work when I was in Libya even on Fridays.
“The training from Obaseki is out of point. I don’t want to under go any training here in Edo. If I have my money, I will go to Lagos and start working immediately. I cannot collect N20,000 monthly from Obaseki.
That is no money. That is what I work in Libya in two days. I don’t need any training.
What I need is money to start off. My fiancée is still in prison in Libya. I am expecting her to be brought back soon.”
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Woman Inserts Hot Knife Inside 5 Year Old’s Genitals Over Food.

A woman, identified as Mrs. Esther Abgundu, a native of the Gwer Local Government Area of Benue State, has been accused of inserting a hot knife in her five-year-old niece’s private parts.
According to a petition by an NGO, the Justice Development and Peace Commission of the Ekiti Catholic Diocese, the act was carried out on November 26. The petitioner said it was informed that the offence of the victim was that she ate the food of the suspect’s baby.
The petition read in part, “On November 26, 2017, the victim was babysitting the baby of the respondent (Abgundu) and in the course of feeding the baby, the victim ate a spoon of the baby’s food.
This annoyed the respondent and she inserted pepper into her niece’s private parts. The respondent further put a knife in the fire and inserted the hot knife into the victim’s private parts. She also beat up the girl and told her not to cry.”

The JDPI indicted the police in the petition signed by its Director, Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Akingbade, which was sent to the National Human Rights Commission.
“The respondent was released barely few hours after her arrest and boastfully roamed the streets of Ijelu-Ekiti freely as if nothing happened.
We hereby urge you, as bastion of hope and front runner in protection of human rights, to use your good offices and intervene in this matter of cruelty against the victim by ensuring that the respondent is brought to book to serve as a deterrent to whoever still engages in acts of inhuman and degrading treatment to others, especially to children.”
The Police Public Relations Officer in Ekiti, Alberto Adeyemi, who confirmed the incident, said the police were still investigating the incident. He said, “The parents of the victim have been invited to the police headquarters in Ado Ekiti. We will ensure justice in the matter. Anyone indicted in the investigation will be prosecuted.”
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Meek Mill Washes Dishes In Pennsylvania Prison For 19 Cent An Hour.

Meek Mill Washes Dishes
While his legal team and fans are working on pleading for his freedom, American rapper Meek Mill is taking advantage of his time in prison to turn his life around.
Meek Mill Washes Dishes
The Philadelphia rapper, who’s serving a two-to-four-year prison sentence, is reportedly juggling multiple jobs while behind bars, which includes some serious physical labor.
According to TMZ, Meek is part of the general labor crew at SCI Chester in Pennsylvania, where he reportedly earns 19 cents an hour for his work during the day.
A source told the outlet that the Wins & Losses MC helps clean the cell block, tidies up the prison grounds, serves food and washes dishes.

Reports say that Meek has a great attitude while completing his work, sporting a smile throughout his tasks, making him a “model inmate.”
Being that he is displaying positive behavior in prison, he is also earning some perks for his hard work, including access to electrical and carpentry shops, as well as being wait-listed for therapy courses.
At the moment, Meek’s lawyers are filing an updated bail motion in Superior Court for the rapper, which comes one day after Judge Genece Brinkley called Meek a “danger to the community” and denied his previous bail request.
While his team is working hard to get him out of prison, it’s great to hear that Meek has such a positive attitude while behind bars.

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21 Year Old Lady Commits Suicide By Consuming Sniper After She Was Allegedly Dumped By Her Boyfriend.

In not more than 24 hours when she returned from a weekend getaway with her lover, a beautiful 21-year-old lady with the name, Miss Tawa Oshunuga, reportedly committed suicide by consuming sniper after her lover of four years dumped her via a phone call.
According to eyewitnesses, the late makeup artist got a call from her lover, and excused herself to pick the call – it was gathered that though nobody is sure of what ensued during the phone conversation, but after it, Oshunuga reportedly bought popular Nigerian insecticide, Sniper, drank it and died on Monday.
Just before her death, the deceased who was the first child of her mother, and the only female child, reportedly called her mother, who sells pepper at Alarape Market and begged her to come home. She told the woman that she was having excruciating stomach pains.
One of her friends, Tanwa Adekunle, who spoke to NewsTelegraph, described the death of Oshunuga as mystifying.

Her friend Jummy said:
“It was in the process of trying to take her to hospital, they discovered a bottle of snipper beside her. It was then people realized that she poisoned herself. At the hospital, doctor referred her to Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja, where she was pronounced dead on arrival. That was how we lost our friend.”
It was after Tawa died that news filtered out, that she allegedly had a breakup with her boyfriend. Her mum who cried loudly, begging people around to wake her daughter up said she thought such crowd would come to her home on Tawa’s wedding day.
The incident had been reported at the Alade Police Station, Somolu, Lagos, after she was brought back from the hospital. She was buried at Atan cemetery.
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“If you want to slide into my DM, come with something tangible” — Don Jazzy

Mavin Records Boss, Don Jazzy is no doubt one of Nigeria’s most eligible bachelors and he’s doing everything in his powers to change that status.
Don Jazzy.
He took to social media last night to give useful tips to ladies willing to slide into his DM, saying they must come with something tangible – in other words, you must have quite a lot to offer, not just your beauty and goodies..
Don Jazzy also gave notice of his readiness to start sliding into the Ladies DMs to catch his attention.
See what he posted:

Don Jazzy's DM
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Hehe… These Celebrity Caricature Drawings Of Your Favourite Stars Will Crack You Up!

Recently, there’s been series of celebrity drawings that have been making rounds online now and finally, the source of these caricatures has been discovered.
And what’s more is along with the discovery, is more of your favourite celebrities in their caricature forms that will crack your ribs…. no kidding!
See them below:
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Thursday, 7 December 2017

Imo State Government bans commercial tricycle operators

Imo State Government bans commercial tricycle operators
The Imo State Government has banned tricycle operators from plying all roads within the state capital, Owerri.
Consequently, commuters, including civil servants, school children, teachers and market women trekked long distances to their destinations.
The stranded commuters castigated the state government for “compounding” their predicament by banning the much popular means of movement in the town.
“They (government) said they were on a rescue mission, but the opposite is the case.

“How can a government which claims to have the interest of the masses at heart ask the Keke operators to stay away from the roads? What do they want us to do? Where are the taxi cabs they said they had introduced to replace the Keke operators?” a female civil servant who did not mention her name said.
A visit to Douglas, Wetheral, Royce, Tetlow and School roads showed frustrated commuters who waited for hours for commercial vehicles to get to their destinations.
It was however, gathered that Toyota buses, which were said to have been procured by the state government to ease the situation and which bear the inscription “Imo Black Cab,” were seen plying most of the roads; while the “Taximo” cab intermittently plied the Orlu, Orji, Egbu, Naze and Obinze axis.
Reacting to the situation, the Commissioner for Information, Prof. Nnamdi Obiareri, said there was no going back on the ban of the commercial tricycle operators by the government.
Obiareri said the state government took the decision to checkmate the activities of hoodlums who use tricycles, especially at odd hours, to perpetrate heinous crimes, as well as to restore sanity within the state capital.
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