Now trending Artist YNG KLN has released the trippy & scintillating video to his street anthem HOW I FEEL a song that takes a very honest approach to all the demons he’s been dealing with.
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The latest street sensational, Zazu Master, Portable is out with his highly anticipated song titled “Zazoo Zeh!“
After meeting Olamide, Baddo blessed jumps on the song with the Werey Olorin and Poco Lee blessed the track with his hype.
Absolutely a detty December banger! Cause everywhere will definitely Zeh!!!!
“Zazoo Zeh!” is already a hit before arrival, check out the full song if it’s makes the expectation./
A video which has gone viral shows the moment a man provoked a mentally unstable man who was lying down on the culvert of a busy road.
He kicked the mad man and told him to stand up, however, he was not prepared for what came next neithere were the LASTMA officials nearby.
The mentally challenged man picked up a big stone and engaged the young man in a brief hot pursuit.
However, three LASTMA officials who were positioned at a traffic junction also took to their heels thinking he wanted to attack them.
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The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar has said the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, won’t embark on strike if he is elected as president.Atiku said the government’s inability to resolve the ASUU strike would never happen under his administration.
He spoke at the commemoration of the 2022 International Youth Day in Abuja on Friday.
Atiku stressed that the most important and fundamental right of any youth is the right to education.
He said: “Therefore, I take very strong exception to the strike by ASUU. The inability of the government to resolve that crisis will never happen under a PDP government or administration that I will oversee.
“I have been investing in education for the past 30 years.”
The former Vice President promised to work with the university authorities in bringing to an end the incessant strike.
“I believe the PDP provides the best platform for you to actualise your individual, collective aspirations,” he said.
ASUU has been on strike since February 14 over the federal government’s inability to honour their 2009 agreement.
A Nigerian man has shared a video online showing Mercedes Benz cars abandoned by their owners, who are young boys.
No less than seven Mercedes Benz could be seen to have been left unattended at a mechanic workshop in the clip.
He explained that the boys abandoned their exotic rides with mechanics due to the inability to maintain them.
According to him, ‘Canada and US don cast’, which means that the Benz owners are experiencing challenges with getting the car parts as some are very expensive due to the depreciating value of the naira against the dollar while other parts are hard to find.
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wendy_adamma; Nah who don chop belleful Dey buy motor
misschidel; Sapa na ur mate
____debbylicious; MAY WE NEVER RECIEVE BLESSINGS BIGGER THAN US TO HANDLE IN JESUS NAME…..AMENN
moyamilia; God Abeg oh , may We not go from Grace to grass
missy_osas; Hmm why buy a car you can’t maintain, benz is not beans small thing that get spoilt you would pay through your noss to repair it
lovelyzeeny; Lol, them never cash out yet
_somebodys1stson; When money miss road this is usually the result lol
iamstanlouis; Benz or nothing no fit change gear box wey spoil
Paris Saint-Germain Striker, Kylian Mbappe has backed Real Madrid captain, Karim Benzema, to win the 2022 Ballon d’ Or award.
Mbappe believes Benzema deserves to win the Ballon d’Or after guiding Real Madrid to win the Champions League this year.
Benzema, 34, has established himself as a true legend at Real Madrid over the years.
Benzema, alongside Mbappe, was shortlisted among the 30-man nominees released on Friday for the Ballon d’Or this year.
Speaking to L’Equipe, with Mundo Deportivo carrying his quotes, Mbappe did say he hoped to win one at PSG, though.
“Real are a Ballon d’Or machine, you have to admit that. There is a true know-how, but the most important thing is on the field of play. It is not your club which achieves your Ballon d’Or, it is you. I continue to be convinced that one day I will be able to win it in Paris.
“He [Benzema] is 34 years old, he has just had the season of his life, wins another Champions League being decisive many times… If I was Karim and I do not win, I would stop thinking about the Ballon d’Or forever,” he said.
Spokesperson of the Atiku Abubakar presidential campaign organisation, Dino Melaye says the timing of Peter Obi presidential ambition is wrong.
Speaking during an interview on Channels Television on Friday, Melaye said what Nigeria needs right now is someone that can unite the country, something, according to him, Obi does not have the capacity to do.
On the increasing wave of political consciousness among Nigerians, especially on social media, the former senator said the social media popularity of Obi is “euphoria”.
Melaye added that the LP presidential candidate is a fantastic person, but 2023 is not his time to become Nigeria’s president.
“To start with it, there is no wave. What you have is an euphoria — a created euphoria. Peter Obi is a fantastic Nigerian. I have tremendous respect for him and I have said it before that he is a fantastic person,” Melaye said.
“But this is not his time. He does not have what it takes now to unify this country. Even before you start talking about the economy, you need peace and you need to build trust among Nigerians.
“It takes Atiku to unify this country. This is a man that would be trusted in the north, south, east and every part of this country to unify this country and today, among all the presidential candidates, Atiku Abubakar is the only one that can be trusted.
“Nobody will see him as a religious bigot; nobody will see him as a tribalist; nobody will see him as an ethnic jingoist. From those of us around him, you can tell.”
Peter Obi Who is the Presidential candidate of the Labour Party, , on Friday night, attended the ongoing 70th convention of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, tagged “Perfect Jubilee”, for the first time, at the Redemption Camp, in Mowe, Ogun State.
It is reported that Obi got a rousing welcome from the congregation when he was introduced during the service.
According to a video currently trending on social media, Obi’s introduction at the church was greeted with loud cheers from participants of the event, which is tagged ‘Perfect Jubilee’.
This is coming barely two weeks after Obi got standing ovation at the Mid-Year Worship Service at Dunamis International Gospel Centre in Abuja led by Pastor Paul Enenche.
Peter Obi’s recent visits to places of worship have been attracting criticisms, as his opponents see his move as a gimmick for political endorsements
President Muhammadu Buhari made the call on Friday in Maiduguri at the maiden Special Convocation Ceremony and conferment of Honourary Degree of Doctor of Letters by the University of Maiduguri on Alhaji Muhammadu Indimi, Chairman, Oriental Energy Resources Ltd.
Buhari has called on striking members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and other related unions to call off their strike to allow students go back to classrooms.
The president was represented by his Chief of Staff, Alhaji Ibrahim Gambari.
“Its more appropriate that we say something about this ASUU strike because we are celebrating Alhaji Indimi who is celebrated hugely for advancement of quality education not only in this country.
“In this regard, I want to convey President Muhammadu Buhari call for ASUU to call off their strike and return to classroom”.
” I want to use this opportunity to appeal to the ASUU to reconsider its stance to call off their 7 months old strike, as students and their parents are desirous to see that schools are reopened. The nation cannot afford long interruption of higher education of the youths and wouldn’t undermine the development of the nation’s human capital in a strictly competitive world,” the President stressed.
He further pointed out that the appeal was made in view of students desire to return to the classrooms with their parents seeking for reopening of the shut down Universities.
President Buhari added that despite the security challenges, his administration has made tremendous achievements in the area of security, as evidenced by the occasion holding in Maiduguri, stressing that since the inception of democracy in 1999, many administrations have been talking about diversification of economy, but only the present administration implemented it.
One of Nigerians top singer, Tiwa Savage, has said she was singing about Jesus Christ in her hit single ‘Somebody’s Son’ released in October 2021.
She stated this while performing the song which is one of the tracks in her 2021 EP Album, water and garri, at a recent event.
According to the 42-year-old Afrobeats superstar, the heartbreak song in which she featured American singer, Brandy, was not inspired by a love affair or relationship, but by the son of God, Jesus Christ.
Speaking to the cheers and applauds of the audience, Tiwa Savage said,
“When I wrote this song, a lot of people told me it wasn’t going to be a hit because only females will sing along to it.
They said “Tiwa this is not going to be a hit because men are not gonna be able to sing Somebody’s son.”
But you know what I told them, when I wrote this song, I was not even thinking about a relationship, I was thinking about Jesus Christ because he is the real somebody’s son.
So I said to them, people will relate to the song because whether you are a man or a woman, we all need somebody’s son.”
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Her statement has stirred mixed reactions on Twitter, with many people not buying her claim of being inspired by Jesus Christ.
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A 30-man shortlist for this year’s Ballon d’Or award has been announced today, Friday, 12 August 2022.
This was confirmed by France Football, who are organizers of the award, via their website today.
Recall that Lionel Messi, who currently plays for Paris Saint-Germain, won the Ballon d’Or last year after beating the likes of Robert Lewandowski, Jorginho and Karim Benzema.
Below are the nominees for this year’s Ballon d’Or:
Thibaut Courtois (BEL, Real Madrid)
Rafael Leao (POR, AC Milan)
Mohamed Salah (EGY, Liverpool)
Joshua Kimmich (GER, Bayern Munich)
Christopher Nkunku (FRA, RB Leipzig)
Trent Alexander-Arnold (ANG, Liverpool)
Robert Lewandowski (POL, Bayern Munich then FC Barcelona)
Bernardo Silva (POR, Manchester City)
Vinicius Junior (BRE, Real Madrid)
Luis Diaz (COL, FC Porto then Liverpool)
Karim Benzema (FRA, Real Madrid),
Fabinho (BRE, Liverpool)
Riyad Mahrez (ALG, Manchester City)
Heung-min Son (CDS, Tottenham)
Casemiro (BRE, Real Madrid)
Phil Foden (ENG, Manchester City)
Harry Kane (ENG, Tottenham)
Sadio Mané (SEN, Liverpool then Bayern Munich)
Darwin Nunez (URU, Benfica then Liverpool),
Mike Maignan (FRA, AC Milan)
Kevin De Bruyne (BEL, Manchester City),
Sébastien Haller (CIV, Ajax then Borussia Dortmund)
Luka Modric (CRO, Real Madrid)
Cristiano Ronaldo (POR, Manchester United),
Antonio Rüdiger (GER, Chelsea then Real Madrid)
Joao Cancelo (POR, Manchester City),
Erling Haaland (NOR, Borussia Dortmund then Manchester City), Kylian Mbappé (FRA, PSG),
Virgil Van Dijk (HOL, Liverpool)
Dusan Vlahovic (SER, Fiorentina then Juventus).
Nigerian billionaires, Aliko Dangote and Femi Otedola have been asked to pay off the N1.1 trillion demands by the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU.
An Abuja-based lawyer, Pelumi Olajengbesi made the appeal to the richest men in the country which includes Abdulsamad Rabiu of BUA Group and Globacomm Chairman, Mike Adenuga.
Olajengbesi accused the Nigerian government of displaying irresponsibility and nonchalance to resolve the protracted ASUU strike which began February 14, 2022.
The lawyer, therefore, urged owners of multimillion dollar businesses to rise to the occasion and aid the education sector just as they did during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 when their financial intervention contributed immensely to the country’s fight against the dreaded coronavirus and its economic impact.
His appeal to the moguls who are also philanthropists followed the remarks of Ebonyi State Governor Dave Umahi of Ebonyi, who said the Federal Government cannot borrow N1.1 trillion to meet ASUU’s demands.
Olajengbesi said; “The comment by Governor Dave Umahi of the All Progressives Congress is uncharitable and insensitive to millions of students of public universities who have been at home for seven months now since February 14, 2022 when ASUU embarked on an industrial action this year.
“It is reckless for the governor to say that the present administration cannot borrow N1.1 trillion to defray the Revitalization Fund and the Earned Academic Allowance owed ASUU. Whereas, the APC government has embarked on a borrowing spree since 2015 with Nigeria’s debt to China increasing from $3.26bn as of September 30, 2020, to $3.59bn as of September 30, 2021, showing an increase of $330m in one year. The figure has definitely risen in the last one year.
“The APC government must know that education is at the core of any development. Spending loans on phantom White Elephant projects and train is counterproductive without building the mind. Any infrastructural development without human capital development is nonsense.
“Having demonstrated its unwillingness to end ASUU strike despite the billions that Umahi’s APC received in the recent primary elections, good-spirited Nigerians can only appeal to business magnates like Aliko Dangote, Femi Otedola, Abdul Samad Rabiu, Mike Adenuga, as well as bank chiefs to come to the rescue of the common Nigerians whose children have been out of school for seven months this year and nine months in 2020 whilst politicians send their children to schools abroad.
“The philanthropists should please answer the call of the nation for youths to return to classrooms as some of them may be lured into crimes as a result of idleness. One of Nigeria’s greatest resources is its vibrant youth bulge and this population should be harnessed for productivity and not left to rot away.”