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Thursday, April 30, 2015

MI Abaga, Jesse Jagz, Ice Prince, Others Release The Indestructible Choc Boi Nation Album



MI, Jesse Jagz, Ice Prince Drop Collabo Album!

‘The Indestructible Choc Boi Nation’, the much anticipated collaboration album from the erstwhile members of Chocolate City, Loopy Music and Jagz Nation finally drops today on the Star Music App.

Featuring the talents of the newly reconciled MI and Jesse Jagz along with Ice Prince, Nosa, Ruby Gyang, Victoria Kimani, Pryse, Reinhard, L37, TMXO, CK, DJ Lambo, DJ Caise, Loose Kaynon, Dice Aile and others, ‘The Indestructible Choc Boi Nation’ is the first release by the newly formed Choc Boi Nation record label which was unveiled recently at NECLive 3.

The album is now available for streaming exclusively on the Star Music App and on the mobile site and the general release will be two weeks from now.


PATIENCE JONATHAN'S MANY BATTLES

The wife of President Goodluck Jonathan, Patience, was not a contestant for any political office in the just concluded general election. However, she was more prominent at the various campaigns of her political party, the Peoples Democratic Party, was involved in – during the countdown to the polls.

She was optimistic that her intervention in the campaigns would save from defeat her husband, who was the presidential candidate of the PDP – and whose public rating had plummeted.

Popularly referred to as ‘Mama Peace’ by admirers, Patience was a delight to watch as she danced to various songs by popular musicians on magnificently decorated podiums draped in the party ’s green-white-red flag colours. And she had no patience when lambasting the opposition All Progressives Congress, which was at the receiving end of her outbursts. Indeed, Patience poked direct verbal attacks and innuendos at the presidential candidate of the APC, Muhammadu Buhari.

At a campaign rally organised in collaboration with PDP women in Lokoja, Kogi State, Patience appealed to her audience to vote en masse for the PDP and her husband. She said that Buhari’s brain is dead. Urged to speak further by her supporters who shouted, “Mama Peace, tell them,” she described Buhari as unfit to govern Nigeria.

The retired permanent secretary from Bayelsa State, who is more at home with Pidgin English than Standard English, said, “Wetin e dey find again? E dey drag with im pikin mate,” in Pidgin English. “Old man wey no get brain, him brain don die pata pata.” Shaking her heads with contentment because of the approval she got from the cheering crowd, she further told the crowd that their days of freedom were numbered if they voted Buhari. “If you vote Buhari, na your prison; if you vote APC, na your wahala.”


Taunting them about the catchphrase of the APC which is “change,” Patience said, “What is change? Why did you not change things when you were there? Is it now that you want to be doing the things you weren’t doing before? “Jonathan looked at us and said, ‘Women, I am giving you the position of the Chief Justice of this country.’ Okonjo-Iweala is a woman, Diezani is a woman. 70 per cent of his cabinet is women. He also gave us the opportunity to start enrolling for the regular combatant course at the NDA (Nigerian Defence Academy). He wants continuity because he has vowed to do more. He places Nigerians in his mind and if he says he will do this, he will do it. So what are we looking for? If we women of Nigeria don’t appreciate Goodluck and we are looking for (a) bus conductor? It is left for us.”

After appealing to voters to obtain their Permanent Voter Cards in order to participate in the election, she told them that she did not come to them with empty hands after all. “I thank you very much the people of Kogi. This time around I came to thank you very well. I brought some gifts for you, I brought rice, I brought meat, I brought brocade. I brought many things for you. These things are not for election but to thank you very well.”

In another rally in Calabar, Cross River State, Patience said that anyone chanting “change” should be stoned. “I’m telling you, anyone that comes and tell(s) you change, stone that person. What you did not do in ‘19 kikilili,’ is it now that age has caught up with you that you want to come and change? You can’t change rather you will turn back to a baby.”

At the Akwa Ibom PDP women rally, Patience took time to teach the women the meaning of “corruption.” Her decision to speak on the topic, it was gathered, was informed by the APC’s anti-corruption campaign. In the countdown to the presidential election, especially, the Jonathan administration was accused on many occasions of being weak to wage war on corruption. But Patience said the APC’s promise to fight corruption should be discarded, describing it as a lie.

She said she was at the rally to say the truth. In a peculiar voice, she said, “Akwa Ibom people, judge o, because we are not here for lies. We are not here for propaganda; because their own number one campaign is (anti) corruption. As if they are not corrupt. They are not corrupt. What do you call corruption? He has a house. You, are you living outside? Are you living in the forest? It’s corruption. In abroad, if a young boy works so hard and buy(s) a copter, we praise the boy. But in Nigeria, if a young boy works so hard and buy(s) a copter, we say he’s corrupt. Why? Why can’t we encourage the young ones to grow? Why can’t we encourage them to do better? We, our mother born us and train us, why they trained us is that we should be better than them. Are we to bring the young ones down? It’s not our portion.”

In unison, the women shouted, “Amen!”

She urged the electorate in the state not to throw away the opportunity of returning her husband to power, saying that a bird in hand is worth two in the bush. Besides, she warned that the opposition was planning to build prisons where she said criminals would to be kept.

Buttressing her illustration with one of her hands behind her, she said, “A bird at hand is worth a million in the bush. Nigerian women, let us shine our eyes. Women of Nigeria, are you ready to go to prison? Are you ready to go and give your father food in the prison? It is not our portion. We reject it.

“Akwa Ibom State is a PDP state. It’s not for expired drugs, because APC cannot heal you, outdated drugs cannot heal you. Let them call it any name. Just like as my husband younger brother (Governor Godswill Akpabio) have (sic) said, they will continue changing name until they will reach (sic) Ebola. And they will call it Ebola.

“You know what Ebola normally do? Although Dr. Goodluck Jonathan has said Nigeria is not Ebola country. So, they cannot bring Ebola to Nigeria because Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan and PDP government will wipe it off. And they will bury it because it cannot stay here at all. So, let them continue changing their name. If they fail this time, because I know they have failed, you will hear they will change their name again. They will change it and answer another name.”

Her many references to prison in the course of her campaigns suggested that Patience dreaded jail. At Ibadan, Patience stated that the APC was planning to send her to prison. But in order to avoid this, she invoked the ‘Holy ghost fire’.

She said, “I want to warn you not to listen to the APC. The APC does not have materials to match what the PDP has on (the) ground. Their candidate was there in governance initially. What did he do? They only sent your fathers to prison. They are planning to even send me to prison. Holy ghost fire! Holy ghost fire! Holy ghost fire! They have nothing to offer.”

As she prepares to vacate Aso Rock with her husband on May 29, Nigerians will still recall how she burst into tears when she realised that Hajiya Nana Shettima, the wife of Borno State Governor, was absent at a second enlarged stakeholders’ meeting on the abducted schoolgirls. The President’s wife burst into tears after she took a roll call and discovered that the governor’s wife and the other people she invited refused to honour her invitation. Before she shed tears, she said repeatedly, “There is God in everything we are doing. There is God in everything we are doing. Those bloods that are sharing in Borno will answer. God will answer. What of two teachers that can tell us that they conducted that exam, do you come with any, Principal? No, too? Na only you waka come? Chai, chai, there’s God, there is God , there is God!’’ And Patience wept.

The wife of the President had summoned the governor’s wife, officials of the West African Examination Council, security chiefs and other government officials to her ‘office’ to seek clarification on the conflicting issues about the exact number of the missing schoolgirls from Chibok. She was, however, astonished that the majority of the officials refused to turn up. This action infuriated her. She didn’t hide her displeasure as she said in anger, “I asked her to come with the principal and parents: she did not turn up till today. She is the mother of these children, I am their grandmother. She should be more concerned and come to her grandma. The police, Army, WAEC, government officials came with a few of their own but no parent was present to tell us their child was kidnapped or among those who escaped. It is because we are pained and crying, that is why I am doing so. Why should I cry more than the bereaved?”

PDP women leaders such as Amina, the wife of Vice-President Namadi Sambo; Helen, the wife of the Senate President, David Mark; and PDP national women leader, Kema Chikwe, among several others, will miss the enthusiasm and fun Patience brings to politicking.

Even her fellow African ‘First Ladies’ are getting set to bid her goodbye as she prepares to quit her position as the President of the African Ladies Peace Mission.

Nigerians are patiently waiting to see if her successor, Aishat Buhari, would surpass the records set by the Rivers-born politician.

In this piece, PUNCH's Olusola Fabiyi recounts the style brought to the political space by the wife of President Goodluck Jonathan, Patience, during the outgoing political dispensation.

PATIENCE JONATHAN'S MANY BATTLES

The wife of President Goodluck Jonathan, Patience, was not a contestant for any political office in the just concluded general election. However, she was more prominent at the various campaigns of her political party, the Peoples Democratic Party, was involved in – during the countdown to the polls.

She was optimistic that her intervention in the campaigns would save from defeat her husband, who was the presidential candidate of the PDP – and whose public rating had plummeted.

Popularly referred to as ‘Mama Peace’ by admirers, Patience was a delight to watch as she danced to various songs by popular musicians on magnificently decorated podiums draped in the party ’s green-white-red flag colours. And she had no patience when lambasting the opposition All Progressives Congress, which was at the receiving end of her outbursts. Indeed, Patience poked direct verbal attacks and innuendos at the presidential candidate of the APC, Muhammadu Buhari.

At a campaign rally organised in collaboration with PDP women in Lokoja, Kogi State, Patience appealed to her audience to vote en masse for the PDP and her husband. She said that Buhari’s brain is dead. Urged to speak further by her supporters who shouted, “Mama Peace, tell them,” she described Buhari as unfit to govern Nigeria.

The retired permanent secretary from Bayelsa State, who is more at home with Pidgin English than Standard English, said, “Wetin e dey find again? E dey drag with im pikin mate,” in Pidgin English. “Old man wey no get brain, him brain don die pata pata.” Shaking her heads with contentment because of the approval she got from the cheering crowd, she further told the crowd that their days of freedom were numbered if they voted Buhari. “If you vote Buhari, na your prison; if you vote APC, na your wahala.”


Taunting them about the catchphrase of the APC which is “change,” Patience said, “What is change? Why did you not change things when you were there? Is it now that you want to be doing the things you weren’t doing before? “Jonathan looked at us and said, ‘Women, I am giving you the position of the Chief Justice of this country.’ Okonjo-Iweala is a woman, Diezani is a woman. 70 per cent of his cabinet is women. He also gave us the opportunity to start enrolling for the regular combatant course at the NDA (Nigerian Defence Academy). He wants continuity because he has vowed to do more. He places Nigerians in his mind and if he says he will do this, he will do it. So what are we looking for? If we women of Nigeria don’t appreciate Goodluck and we are looking for (a) bus conductor? It is left for us.”

After appealing to voters to obtain their Permanent Voter Cards in order to participate in the election, she told them that she did not come to them with empty hands after all. “I thank you very much the people of Kogi. This time around I came to thank you very well. I brought some gifts for you, I brought rice, I brought meat, I brought brocade. I brought many things for you. These things are not for election but to thank you very well.”

In another rally in Calabar, Cross River State, Patience said that anyone chanting “change” should be stoned. “I’m telling you, anyone that comes and tell(s) you change, stone that person. What you did not do in ‘19 kikilili,’ is it now that age has caught up with you that you want to come and change? You can’t change rather you will turn back to a baby.”

At the Akwa Ibom PDP women rally, Patience took time to teach the women the meaning of “corruption.” Her decision to speak on the topic, it was gathered, was informed by the APC’s anti-corruption campaign. In the countdown to the presidential election, especially, the Jonathan administration was accused on many occasions of being weak to wage war on corruption. But Patience said the APC’s promise to fight corruption should be discarded, describing it as a lie.

She said she was at the rally to say the truth. In a peculiar voice, she said, “Akwa Ibom people, judge o, because we are not here for lies. We are not here for propaganda; because their own number one campaign is (anti) corruption. As if they are not corrupt. They are not corrupt. What do you call corruption? He has a house. You, are you living outside? Are you living in the forest? It’s corruption. In abroad, if a young boy works so hard and buy(s) a copter, we praise the boy. But in Nigeria, if a young boy works so hard and buy(s) a copter, we say he’s corrupt. Why? Why can’t we encourage the young ones to grow? Why can’t we encourage them to do better? We, our mother born us and train us, why they trained us is that we should be better than them. Are we to bring the young ones down? It’s not our portion.”

In unison, the women shouted, “Amen!”

She urged the electorate in the state not to throw away the opportunity of returning her husband to power, saying that a bird in hand is worth two in the bush. Besides, she warned that the opposition was planning to build prisons where she said criminals would to be kept.

Buttressing her illustration with one of her hands behind her, she said, “A bird at hand is worth a million in the bush. Nigerian women, let us shine our eyes. Women of Nigeria, are you ready to go to prison? Are you ready to go and give your father food in the prison? It is not our portion. We reject it.

“Akwa Ibom State is a PDP state. It’s not for expired drugs, because APC cannot heal you, outdated drugs cannot heal you. Let them call it any name. Just like as my husband younger brother (Governor Godswill Akpabio) have (sic) said, they will continue changing name until they will reach (sic) Ebola. And they will call it Ebola.

“You know what Ebola normally do? Although Dr. Goodluck Jonathan has said Nigeria is not Ebola country. So, they cannot bring Ebola to Nigeria because Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan and PDP government will wipe it off. And they will bury it because it cannot stay here at all. So, let them continue changing their name. If they fail this time, because I know they have failed, you will hear they will change their name again. They will change it and answer another name.”

Her many references to prison in the course of her campaigns suggested that Patience dreaded jail. At Ibadan, Patience stated that the APC was planning to send her to prison. But in order to avoid this, she invoked the ‘Holy ghost fire’.

She said, “I want to warn you not to listen to the APC. The APC does not have materials to match what the PDP has on (the) ground. Their candidate was there in governance initially. What did he do? They only sent your fathers to prison. They are planning to even send me to prison. Holy ghost fire! Holy ghost fire! Holy ghost fire! They have nothing to offer.”

As she prepares to vacate Aso Rock with her husband on May 29, Nigerians will still recall how she burst into tears when she realised that Hajiya Nana Shettima, the wife of Borno State Governor, was absent at a second enlarged stakeholders’ meeting on the abducted schoolgirls. The President’s wife burst into tears after she took a roll call and discovered that the governor’s wife and the other people she invited refused to honour her invitation. Before she shed tears, she said repeatedly, “There is God in everything we are doing. There is God in everything we are doing. Those bloods that are sharing in Borno will answer. God will answer. What of two teachers that can tell us that they conducted that exam, do you come with any, Principal? No, too? Na only you waka come? Chai, chai, there’s God, there is God , there is God!’’ And Patience wept.

The wife of the President had summoned the governor’s wife, officials of the West African Examination Council, security chiefs and other government officials to her ‘office’ to seek clarification on the conflicting issues about the exact number of the missing schoolgirls from Chibok. She was, however, astonished that the majority of the officials refused to turn up. This action infuriated her. She didn’t hide her displeasure as she said in anger, “I asked her to come with the principal and parents: she did not turn up till today. She is the mother of these children, I am their grandmother. She should be more concerned and come to her grandma. The police, Army, WAEC, government officials came with a few of their own but no parent was present to tell us their child was kidnapped or among those who escaped. It is because we are pained and crying, that is why I am doing so. Why should I cry more than the bereaved?”

PDP women leaders such as Amina, the wife of Vice-President Namadi Sambo; Helen, the wife of the Senate President, David Mark; and PDP national women leader, Kema Chikwe, among several others, will miss the enthusiasm and fun Patience brings to politicking.

Even her fellow African ‘First Ladies’ are getting set to bid her goodbye as she prepares to quit her position as the President of the African Ladies Peace Mission.

Nigerians are patiently waiting to see if her successor, Aishat Buhari, would surpass the records set by the Rivers-born politician.

In this piece, PUNCH's Olusola Fabiyi recounts the style brought to the political space by the wife of President Goodluck Jonathan, Patience, during the outgoing political dispensation.

Actress Lilian Esoro Stuns in New Photos

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The Nollywood actress today shared new stunning pics of herself on Instagram along with this uplifting message:
Hate no one, no matter how they ve wronged you. Stay humble u might go out of fashion. Think positively no matter how hard life is. Give plenty no matter how little u receive. Keep in touch with the ones who have forgotten you, forgive those who wronged you, n don’t stop praying for those who loves you, n those you love in return. For God is love. [I’ve] gat nothing but love to give. Its a beautiful day. Let nothing take ur smile away.’#LIVINGMYLIFECOSITSGOLDEN”
Word! See the rest of the pics after the cut.

Photos : Nollywood Stars Host Tribute Night for Oronto Douglas

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A night of tribute to honour late presidential aide, Oronto Douglas who died on the 9th of April held yesterday at the Eko Hotel & Suites. The event was hosted by Nollywood and had her top stars come out to celebrate Oronto’s life. Pics continue after below…

Fayrouz L’Original Season 2 Includes Fresh Graduates And Youth Corps Members - Extends Registration


Organisers of the premium fashion and lifestyle competition, Fayrouz L’Original have announced that the expression show is now open to fresh graduates and members of the National Youth Service Corps as well as undergraduates of Nigerian Universities.
The  competition which kicked off last year, provides a platform for upcoming fashion designers, make-up artistes, models and photographers to exhibit their talents to the Nigerian fashion industry and get rewarded in the process.

Amidst thousands of entries received in the past month and multiple requests on social media, the competition is not only open to undergraduates but fresh graduates and youth Corps members as well. Registration has also been extended to Saturday May 9, 2015; terms and conditions apply.

Speaking on the new developments, Senior Brand manager, Fayrouz Nnenna Ifebigh-Hemeson explained that the reason behind the extension is to accommodate other interested participants. 

‘The decision to extend the closure of entry is so we can allow more creative young individuals, who are at that stage in their life where they need to become independent; take charge of this opportunity. So far the response has been phenomenal and we are excited about it. We hope that the extra days will give the new applicants, graduates and Youth Corps members alike, enough time to be a part of the competition’, she said.
Edem Vindah, the Corporate Affairs Manager, NB Plc added that the brand's sponsorship of the competition is to further support the growth of the creative industry. He said, 'Fayrouz as a brand has always associated itself with the energy and creativity of the Nigerian youth. We have proven this with different campaigns in the past and we are sure of the success of this one too' 

Registration is currently running on www.fayrouzloriginal.com/competition/. Auditions will kick off in May 2015 in different universities across the country including University of Lagos, the University of Ibadan, the University of Port Harcourt and the University of Nigeria, Enugu.

Winners of this year's competition, will be rewarded with a sum of Four Million Naira and the first runner up, One Million Naira. Other finalists will go home with Macbook Pro Computers and Canon Cameras. 

3 Undergraduates And Youth Corps Member Join 2Face, Davido, Wizkid on #StarMusicTrek 2015


Three undergraduates and a Youth Corps member have been selected to tour some cities on the 2015 Star Music Trek alongside artistes such as Davido2FaceYemi Alade and Wizkid.
Halimat Abubakar, Jimi Falusi, Pamela Bello and Opeyemi Kareem were the lucky four who were chosen to join the Trek after sharing their superstar stories online using the hashtag #MySuperStarStory.
The lucky quartet were revealed at the Star Music Trek Artiste Sign On Party on Friday April 24 at the Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos. The event, which featured performances from Lil KeshSkales and Oritsefemi had in attendance personalities such as YawNaeto CYung LEndiaBlack MagicFaze and Mr. Raw.
Halimat Abubakar who studies English at UNILORIN aspires to own a big make up accessories studio one day. She revealed that she overcame opposition from her dad and discouragement from friends to attend makeup school and eventually become a makeup artist. Jimi Falusi who studies Engineering at Covenant University overcame losing both of his parents to remain focused and in school. Pamela Bello, a serving youth corps member who loves to rap and dreams of becoming a rapper revealed that she has suffered a number of discouragements and rejections, but she still holds on to her dream of becoming a rapper. Completing the quartet is Opeyemi Kareem, a Computer Science student at the Yaba College of Technology who revealed that he took his dad’s advice to remain in school despite having discovered blogging and a love of computers.

The four invitees will now have the opportunity to tour across selected cities with the artistes unveiled at the Artiste Sign On Party including MISeyi ShayTimayaWande CoalBurna BoyNaeto CMr RawOritsefemiFazeRuntownCynthia MorganBanky WSean TizzlePasumaSound Sultan and Black Magic. As part of activities on the Trek, they will get to meet the artistes backstage and spend time with them.


Wednesday, April 29, 2015

MUSIC: Dj Ruud YOUR MAJESTY Ft CDQ Prod By Masterkraft


Here comes another smashing single by DJ RUUD FT CDQ,  - YOUR MAJESTY (Produced by Masterkraft).
 
Michael Taylor, better known as DJ RUUD is a progressive, classic and unique Disc jockey that creates value innovations with the drive and passion to deploy the best services to his customers. Playing the best hit songs and promoting the best in House music. The in-house DJ of Club COVARHAPSODY'SIGROOVE RADIO STATION, official DJ for DIAGEO (CIROC)

CDQ real name is Sodiq Yusuf from lagos state signed to general records which is Co-owned by Masterkraft. CDQ is also under Ob9ja Management. He has many hits from bizness featuring Masterkraft, ogini featuring Runtown, gbemisaya featuring Skales and lastly indomie with Masterkraft and Olamide.
 

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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Photos : Aridolf Hotel In Bayelsa Owned By Patience Jonathan






The Aridolf hotel in Yenagoa is an unlikely monument to kitsch on a reclaimed swamp in Nigeria’s oil-producing Niger delta. In the lobby, Louis XIV furniture is accompanied by bowls of plastic fruit, faux Dutch landscapes and a grotesquely gaudy chandelier. The hotel is redolent of the riches on display in a region that for half a century has generated the bulk of Nigeria’s wealth.

Only a decade and-a-half ago there was just one petrol pump in Bayelsa state, which produced a quarter of Nigeria’s 2m barrels per day of oil, and Yenagoa, the state capital, was a string of tin-roofed shacks. Resentment at the region’s under-development erupted in violence, with militants blowing up pipelines and kidnapping oil workers.

Today, Yenagoa is a sprawling construction site. But the Aridolf, which is owned by Patience Jonathan, wife of the outgoing president, is symptomatic of how superficial progress has been in addressing the festering sense of marginalisation in the region, which remains desperately impoverished despite benefiting from a tide of petrodollars in recent years.



Chelsea Fans Win Big In Drama-Filled Episode Of Star Football Superfans


The second episode of the Star Superfans gameshow which aired on Thursday April 16th stirred up controversy and drama as Victory FC made up of five Arsenal fans squared up against Famous FC made up of five Chelsea fans. Show host Mozez Praiz had to hold back his surprise as both teams consistently went for the jugular in a highly entertaining display of attacking football.

Unlike what was to follow, the game actually started off on a cautious note as Famous FC’s Adeyemi Jamiu went for a ten-pointer, which he answered correctly. Up next was Victory FC’s Fabian Otiono who also went for a ten-pointer, which he got right. Famous FC’s Francis James then became the first contestant to answer incorrectly and Victory FC saw a chance to make inroads into their opponents’ half.

At this point the game opened up as both Victory FC and Famous FC went for the kill with a series of back-and-forth twenty-pointers until Ojelabi Tosin of Victory FC missed his question, presenting Famous FC with a tap-in. Akinfolarin Ayodele gleefully stepped up and converted the chance with an emphatic twenty-pointer. One-nil was the score at halftime and the attacking pattern continued through second half with both teams constantly going for twenty-pointers which they kept getting wrong until the end of normal time with the score still 1-0 to Famous FC. Extra time kicked off with the audience heavily involved as judges and voters as both teams had to entertain the audience with their passion and convince them with a one minute debate session.

Francis James of Famous FC took centre stage with a ‘Shoki for Chelsea’, which got the audience rolling in laughter, and he left the stage after one minute to a chorus of applause. Victory FC’s Ojelabi Tosin came up next with a pro-Arsenal motivational speech that the audience clapped along to, rounded off with a stirring rendition of ‘Stand Up For The Champions’ by Right Said Fred. The debate came next and Lawal Omotolani of Victory FC squared up against Adeyemi Jamiu of Famous FC in a spirited one-minute debate, which got the audience to its feet.

And then came the moment of truth as the audience voted and Mozez Praiz announced the winner Famous FC by 2 goals to 1! The jubilant team celebrated wildly and embraced each other as they took home the sum of N1, 000,000 and most importantly, earned the coveted bragging rights as the Superfans of all superfans. Victory FC also went home with the consolation prize of N100, 000.













Read Cynthia Morgan’s Emotional Message To Mum As She Joins #StarMusicTrek 2015


Dancehall queen Cynthia Morgan can barely contain her excitement about being selected as one of the artistes to feature on this year’s Star Music Trek. The red-haired diva was unveiled as a Trek participant at the 2015 Star Music Trek Artiste Sign-On Party, which held on Friday April 24, 2015 at the Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos.

The excited singer took to Instagram soon after and she wrote, 

“Hey mummy look your baby is on the Trek. #StarMusic…coming to a city near you. #CMNation Rocks! We did it! Stargyal on the Trek! Hard work pays guys! Keep doing you! Shout out to my team. We made it!”

Cynthia Morgan will be performing alongside Sean Tizzle, Wande Coal, Burna Boy, Oritse Femi, Banky W, Gbenga Adeyinka, DJ Snoop Damaja, DJ Big N, at Calabar Star Music Trek holding at Calabar Municipal Garden on Saturday May 2nd 2015.



Saturday, April 25, 2015

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Rapper Reminisce Shows Off His Baby Mama And Wife Of 13 Years

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Rapper Reminisce has been in a relationship with this beautiful lady for 13 years..She is the mother of his daughter..To celebrate her birthday, he decided to unveil her..
HBD to my Wife/Baby Momma/My surest G for the last 13years.#IyaHafusa.
Regards calling her his wife,there were rumours they got married early last year, but in August 2014 he told Punch
 “Yes, we live together. But we have issues with commitment. I think we are not ready for marriage yet. We will formalize things when the right time comes. I am still planning my future because I am not going to be a musician forever. I will quit music, maybe after a decade.

Married Pastor Turned Facebook Scammer Arrested In Enugu For Duping Single Lady



A 32-year-old cleric, Pastor Abel Benard Aniude of Trimphant Kings Assembly, Enugu, has been nabbed by police detec­tives in Enugu for allegedly duping a 25-year-old lady, Ojiaku Chiamaka of N4 million.

The pastor was said to have wooed Chia­maka on facebook in December 2013 and promised her marriage. Using preparations for the marriage as a bait, the clergy alleg­edly swindled the lady over N4 million. The state Commissioner of Police, Mr. Mohammed Adamu, who confirmed the ar­rest, told Saturday Sun that the suspect and his younger brother, Tobias Aniude serving a jail term in Enugu prison, were notori­ous for using facebook to promise innocent women marriage and eventually dupe them.

The victim, Chiamaka, who works as a sales girl with her brother, Emmanuel Mon­day Ojiaku at Mokola, Ibadan, Oyo State, was said to have diverted proceeds from sales in her brother’s shop to meet the de­mands of Pastor Aniude.

Giving details of what transpired be­tween him and Chiamaka, Pastor Aniude told Saturday Sun:
“I am an Assistant Pas­tor with Triumphant Kings Assembly. I have been in ministry for five years now. I am jobless. I met Chiamaka on facebook in Decem­ber, 2013. I promised to marry her. Then, she started sending money to my bank account in Enugu. I visited her at Ibadan twice and collected the sum of N1million from her.”

“I have to send my wife away with my two kids from my house to Aba. When I told my wife that I wanted to marry a second wife but she refused, that prompted me to send her packing. “I used part of the money Chiamaka was sending to buy a car and built a bungalow in my village at Nochele Ndeaboli in Aliri Local Government Area, Enugu State. “I deceived her that I wanted to marry her on Christmas day, December 25, 2014. I also lied to her that I had a motor accident. I rescheduled it for February 14, 2015. I lied to her again that armed robbers attacked me. I rescheduled it for Easter period, April 4, 2015 before the police anti-kidnappers squad arrested my wife, my Pastor Sam Ezenagu before I was arrested”.

Explaining how his younger brother, Tobias got involved in the scam, the sus­pect said:
“It was when I have duped her that I handed over her phone number to my younger brother, Tobias who is currently serving in Enugu prison yard. My younger brother called Chiamka and told her that the wedding invitation cards were ready but that I am not serious and he is ready to marry her and so she should send him money.”

In her own account of the scam, Chiam­aka explained:
“I met Pastor Abel Bernard Aniude on facebook in December 2013 and we started chatting on facebook. Pastor Abel deceived me that he wanted to marry me. I worked in the shop of my brother, Emmauel Ojiaku who sells electronics in Ibadan. I started to send N700,000 and N300,000 to Pastor Abel through his UBA and Diamond account numbers”.

“In July 2014, Pastor Abel came to Ibadan and lodged in a hotel and after hav­ing sex with me, I gave him N300,000. Also on September, 2014, Pastor Abel came to Ibadan and lodged again in same hotel and after having sex me, I gave him N700,000. I don’t known how I ended up sending N4 million into his bank accounts.” “My family should forgive me. I was deceived. I have learnt my lesson in a hard way”, she said.

The victim’s brother, Emmanuel Oji­aku stated: “Chiamaka is my blood sister. She was in the village in Nnewi, Anambra State where one guy impregnated her and later the guy denied the pregnancy, she de­livered the baby and after sometimes, the baby died. I went to the village in Nnewi and brought her to Ibadan to stay with me so that she will not suffer”.

On how Chiamaka was able to have ac­cess to his money, Emmanuel said:
“I deal in electrical appliances in Ibadan. I took my sister, Chiamaka to be like a sales girl. Sud­denly my wife took ill and had to take her to India for treatment.

“Chiamaka was in charge of my shop. I didn’t suspect her rather I handed over the shop to her. It was March 27, 2015 when Chiamaka came back from the shop and I discovered that she was having N1700, which led to searching of her room and I discovered N65,000 under her bed. I brought out cutlass and threatened her and collected her phone before she confessed to me that she has sent over N4 million to Pas­tor Abel."

Photos From Ini Edo’s 33rd Birthday Party

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Nollywood actress Ini Edo turned 33 19th April but had her birthday party last night at the Eko Hotels & Suites. Chiq rocked a very hot, sexy look as she partied with colleagues Kate Henshaw, Chidi Mokeme, Toyin Aimakhu and more.
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Thugs Burgles CDQ’s Car, Stole His Laptop, Gold Chain & Cash [PHOTOS]

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fast rising rapper CDQ woke up only to discover that his car (mazda) was burgled by some thugs moving away with his laptop, gold chain and some cash where he parked it outside an hotel in lekki.

CDQ,The indomie crooner after passing through alot of stress decided to spend the night in a hotel on the island alongside Masterkraft . According to his Manager Ob9ja, The hotel management said they know nothing about the theft and that there is nothing they can do about it.

See photo of the Burgled Car below:-
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