Tuesday, 24 April 2018

[Music] Olamide – Owo Shayo (Prod. by Pheelz)

Just a Few days after the Baddo X Phyno collaboration on the latest trending hit tune Christened “Onyeoma”, Olamide Stays consistent and determined as He flows back not fluctuating, He steadily Grinds on The Pheelz Kwaito-type-of-beat produced by The magician – Pheelz, To deliver another Shaku-Shaku dance anthem dubbed “Owo Shayo”.

“Owo Shayo” serves as another dance-entry-tune which baddo serves on a para-mode. “Owo Shayo” is for the street and the Steet-King – Olamide never dissapoint on giving them their rightful accolade for the dance mood.
All due Accolade has been fully paid by Baddo to the street, and here it is – “Owo Shayo”.

Listen and Enjoy!


Facebook gets a lot of attention for its fake news problem, but WhatsApp is no stranger to far-reaching viral hoaxes. 

The private messaging platform, which hit 1 billion daily users last summer, has become a source of misinformation about everything from unions to storms. Since the platform is encrypted and groups are limited to 256 people, no one really knows when or where content goes viral — not even WhatsApp itself. 

That has made it exceedingly difficult for fact-checkers to uncover and debunk WhatsApp hoaxes, developing innovative workarounds in order to at least partially address fakery on the platform. At the same time, since the service is popular among smartphone users for its small data footprint, outlets have started publishing and re-publishing guides to help users verify media by themselves without using a computer. 

Adding to that collection, here is a list of tips and best practices for fact-checking organizations and social media users to uncover and debunk hoaxes on WhatsApp. 

For fact-checkers

1. If you can, set up an institutional WhatsApp account to field potential hoaxes from users and provide them with related fact checks. Look to organizations like ChequeadoBoatos.orgAfrica Check and La Silla Vacía for inspiration.

“Once people have added us on WhatsApp, they’re actually more likely to just forward on the messages and viral hoaxes they get sent. Having that connection on WhatsApp sort of breaks down the step of them having to receive the message, either email it to us or go on Twitter and tweet it to us.” 

Kate Wilkinson, senior researcher at Africa Check
2. Use your account to engage and develop a relationship with your readers. Consider creating broadcast lists of users that you can send fact checks to on a regular basis, who then might forward the articles along to people in their own private groups. 

3. Consider turning your fact checks into images for distribution with links on WhatsApp. That should help your work be more shareable — just be sure to append a clear marker labeling the hoax as such. 

4. Since images, memes and videos are some of the most popular pieces of content that circulate on WhatsApp, use the platform’s desktop version to receive potential hoaxes. Then use digital forensics tools like InVid and TinEye, as well as workflow solutions like Trello and Meedan’s Check platform, to verify or debunk them. 

5. For audio messages, which are becoming increasingly easy to create on WhatsApp, consider using an audio editing software like Descriptto transcribe and then search for keywords. 

6. Isolate the topics that seem to produce the most misinformation in your given coverage area, whether that be politics, mass tragedies or natural disasters. Then, have your staff poll their various WhatsApp groups to see if anyone has seen anything questionable. 

7. Slightly tweak your methodology to accommodate the fact that, on private messaging platforms, oftentimes you won’t be able to contact the source of the claim.

“When it comes to WhatsApp, it’s almost impossible to trace the source back to where it came from, so you don’t do that step. It can be a bit tricky — especially if you’re fact-checking a complex or complicated claim.” 

8. Be sensitive — you’re fact-checking personal information that people shared in good faith, not misconstrued statements from politicians. Think about the tone and frame you use to debunk inaccurate information and share related fact checks with people on WhatsApp. 

9. Be precise in your recommendations to WhatsApp users. A lot of hoaxes deal with personal safety as it relates to things like incoming storms or catastrophes, so make sure you debunk information in a way that won’t make people disregard future warnings. 

"You need to be careful about giving black-and-white advisories about what to do if you think something isn’t true because in some cases it a matter of people’s personal safety and they have to make a decision about what they’re going to do."

For more tips, check out the video below 


For users

1. Always be skeptical — don’t share something unless you know it to be true. Décodeurs has a great short guide on how to be a more cautious social media consumer. 

2. Search keywords from suspicious WhatsApp messages. You will probably see verified articles appear first in search results, helping you determine the veracity of the message. 

3. Try to debunk messages by yourself using mobile tools like Google’s reverse image searchTinEye and Fake Image DetectorHere’s a guidefor using all three. For videos, try taking a screenshot and uploading it to one of these tools. 

4. Identify the easiest way to reach fact-checking and media organizations. Oftentimes if you reach out directly via message or phone call, they will open up an inquiry into the content you want verified. Save the information in your phone so you can use it when needed. 

5. Send any suspicious messages, memes, photos, videos or voice notes you receive to a fact-checking organization in your country. Once they publish a fact check, share the article in the original group where the content appeared. 

6. Check the social media accounts of the institutions and companies involved in the potential hoax. Oftentimes they’ll attempt to debunk any misinformation by themselves

7. You can help fact-checkers verify stories too. Here are a few tips from fact-checkers who regularly work with citizen journalists. 

Have a tip that didn’t make the list? Send it to us at

Monday, 23 April 2018


PRESS RELEASE                         23/04/2018


In an on ongoing operation to checkmate the activities of Sara-Suka and Political thugs in the State, the Command had during the last week arrested the following suspects in connection with cases of Criminal conspiracy, Thuggery and Mischief.

The Suspects include:

i. Hamza Abdullahi aka Mando “m” 23yrs gang leader
ii. Tijjani Dahiru “m” 27yrs
iii. Abba Abdullahi aka Dogon Yaro “m” 20yrs
iv. Muslim Idris “m” 20yrs
v. Ibrahim Musa “m” 20yrs
vi. Bashir Abubakar “m” 25yrs
vii. Abdulrahman Mohammed “m” 22yrs
viii. Munkaila Mohammed “m” 22yrs
ix. Ahmed Adam “m” 20yrs
x. Umar Hassan aka Silli “m” 23yrs, all of Bauchi metropolis.

Exhibits recovered from the suspects during the operation include:

i. Five cutlasses
ii. One long knife
iii. Seven (7) packets of Tramadol capsules 225mg
iv. Assorted charms.

The case is under investigation after which the suspects will be charged to court as soon as possible.

While the Command reiterates its commitment to protection of lives and property in the State, it calls on members of the general public to cooperate and support the Police in the ongoing operation by giving useful information to ensure total crackdown on Political thugs and other forms of thuggery in the State.


Sunday, 22 April 2018

Happiness Ibeh – No One But You || @happinessibeh1

Gospel Music Minister Happiness Ibeh releases a new single titled: NO ONE BUT YOU.
Happiness Ibeh is an inspirational minister of gospel songs. She started singing as a teenager in her local church choir and later joined a gospel band as a back up singer. She had her first album in 2011 titled “Sovereign God”. By the grace of God, she has been touching lives through her songs.
NO ONE BUT YOU is a song that talks about surrendering all to God, because there is no one but Him.
Happiness Ibeh is currently working on a new album and it’s set to be release before the end of this year.
Download and be blessed by this song!
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[Music] Bharmo Frosh - Till I Met Me

Bharmo Frosh  releases his first single ‘Till I Met Me‘.  A high tempo song guaranteed to get you off the wall and move your feet.
Bharmo Frosh  is a musical artist, a talented vocalist and a prolific music rapper. 
Listen & Download “Bharmo Frosh  – Till I Met Me” below:-

Saturday, 21 April 2018

Timi Blaze - OSHODI OKE ft. Ten Cris

'Genius Music 'Rapper ' Timi Blaze ' Turns 25 on April 13th and he is putting out a 5 track E.P Titled '25' filled with smashing collaborations with talented artistes. Here goes 'OSHODI OKE' a fun trap vibe with some dope smooth bars to go make your head bump . He features his friend 'Ten Cris' On this and this is good music as usual , Enjoy !

VIDEO: Y.E.F x Eskeemy x BHP - Inasuke

After the successful release of VIP, MONEY & FAME, Y.E.F Records dishes out The official Audio and Video to the Hip-Hop rap infused tune titled "Inasuke".

Inasuke is an Hausa word used which translates to "Where are they" in english, is another mastermind tune coming out from The north by "Y.E.F x Eskeemy x BHP".

check on the song and video and share your thoughts.

Maureen Sings - Oyoyo Chim [ + LYRICS ]

Eben Ft. Nathaniel Bassey – No One Like You

Eben Ft. Nathaniel Bassey – No One Like You
Nigerian Gospel Music Ministers Eben and Nathaniel Bassey collaborate on this brand new worship song titled “No One Like You”. This soft solemn song of worship to God will inspire and pull you into an atmosphere of praise and worship to the almighty God. Get stirred up by the voices of both anointed worshipers as we join Gods people all over the world to say to God, “No One Like You”.

Senate mace snatched with presidency’s backing – Hon. Kaze

More reactions have continued to trail the recent snatching of the mace from the National Assembly, as a former member of the House of Representatives, Hon. Bitrus Kaze, has alleged that, “it is crystal clear that this criminality was planned and orchestrated with the full collaboration of the presidency”.

The former legislator also said the action has set a very dangerous precedence which is capable of truncating the nation’s democracy.

Kaze, in an exclusive interview with DAILYPOST in Jos, described the action as a “national disgrace”.

He said, “The rules, precedence and traditions are that a suspended member of the Senate or House of Representatives is a persona non grata anywhere within the precincts of the National Assembly.

“Therefore, that a suspended senator, not relying on any court pronouncement (if he has approached the courts) moved not just to the precincts of the National Assembly but indeed the Chamber of the Senate during plenary and with thugs is simply unthinkable.”

The former Reps member, who represented Jos South/Jos East Constituency between 2007 to 2015, said, “No word is sufficient enough to qualify this despicable novelty in the chequered history of Nigeria’s democracy.

“Watching the clips showing the desecration of the Red Chamber and the audacious removal of the mace; how the suspended senator contemptuously remained in the floor and how rather than promptly arresting and prosecuting them, the security agencies instead provided ‘protective cover’ to the perpetrators.

“It should be crystal clear that this criminality was planned and orchestrated with the full collaboration of the presidency, who media reports say mounted pressure on the Inspector General of Police, Idris to play along.

“PMB’s henchman in the senate incurred the wrath of his colleagues in the first place while trying to do the President’s bidding.”

The PDP chieftain warned that, “The national disgrace occasioned by this ignoble act sets a very dangerous precedence which is capable of truncating Nigeria’s democracy which the National Assembly symbolises.
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“It’s unthinkable that all the engineers of this treasonable felony are going about scot free, that is if they are not still under protective cover of the Police.”

Police promote acting EFCC chairman, Ibrahim Magu

The Police Service Commission (PSC) has approved the promotion of the acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu, to the rank of commissioner of police. Up until this promotion, Magu was a deputy commissioner of police.

In a statement released today by PSC spokesperson, Ikechukwu Ani, 17 other senior police officers were also promoted by the commission.

Among those promoted today are Agbola Oshodi-Glover, an assistant inspector-general of police in charge of Zone 11, Osogbo, promoted to the rank of a DIG, Ghazzali Mohammed, a commissioner of police, administration at force headquarters; and Peace Abdallah, CP, force intelligence bureau, force headquarters, both promoted to assistant inspector general of police.

UN board appoints Nigerian, Bola Adesola as vice chairman

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has appointed Nigeria’s Bola Adesola to serve as Vice-Chair of the Board of the UN Global Compact.

Also appointed with Adesola is Paul Polman of the Netherlands, Chief Executive Officer of Unilever, to also serve as Vice-Chair of the Board of the UN body, the UN announced. Global Compact is a voluntary initiative based on Chief Executive Officers commitments to implement universal sustainability principles and to take steps to support UN goals.

“The Secretary-General is pleased to confirm that Bola Adesola of Nigeria, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Standard Chartered Nigeria and Paul Polman of the Netherlands, Chief Executive Officer of Unilever, will serve as the two Vice-Chairs of the Board of the United Nations Global Compact, the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative. Ms Adesola and Mr. Polman succeed out-going United Nations Global Compact Board Vice-Chair, Sir Mark Moody-Stuart, Former Chairman of Royal Dutch/Shell Group of Companies and of Anglo American PLC. The Secretary-General extends his great appreciation to Sir Mark for serving in the position for the past 10 years and shepherding the United Nations Global Compact into a new era,” the UN said.

Friday, 20 April 2018

Okorocha Imposes N3, 000 Levy On Imo Adults (DETAILS)

Imo state governor, Rochas Okorocha has ordered all “leviable adults” in the state to pay N3, 000 each as “development levy”.

According to a statement by the State Commissioner for Community Government, Culture and Traditional Affairs, Mr. Lous Duru, the money is to be used for “autonomous community adult development”.

Duru said the state had registered at least 2000 leviable adults in each of the 637 autonomous communities adding that recognised communities will serve as the collectors and they are to pay not less than N6million each.

Okorocha warned that the traditional rulers of defaulting communities will have their allowances or salaries suspended.

To facilitate the payment, the state government through the ministry of CGC, since September 2016, has provided community adult registers for all autonomous communities in the state where the communities will enlist the names of at least 2000 leviable adults.
“Consequently, His Excellency, Owelle Anayo Rochas Okorocha has directed that all recognised autonomous communities in Imo State should pay the minimum adult development levy of N6million without further delay.
“Any recognised autonomous community that fails to pay the development levy will be merged with sister autonomous community that had paid and the salaries/allowances of the traditional ruler will be suspended.
“Government has concluded arrangements to embark on sensitisation meetings with traditional rulers at the local government areas to further emphasize His Excellency’s directives and monitor compliance”, the statement added.

[BREAKING] Arsene Wenger Resigns As Arsenal Manager (DETAILS)

Arsenal’s longest serving manager, Arsene Wenger, has confirmed he will leave the club at the end of this season.
Wenger revealed this in a statement published on the club’s official website on Friday morning.
It reads: “After a careful consideration and following discussions with the club, I feel it is the right time for me to step down at the end of the season.

“I am grateful for having had the privilege to serve the club for so many memorable years.
“I managed the club with full commitment and integrity.
“I want to thank the staff, the players, the Directors and the fans who make this club so special.
“I urge our fans to stand behind the team to finish on a high.
“To all the Arsenal lovers take care of the values of the club.
“My love and support forever.”

Thursday, 19 April 2018

CCT okays trial of Commissioner, 54 others in Bauchi State

Mr Danladi Umar, Chairman of the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) has approved April 24 and April 27 for the arraignment of a serving Commissioner and 54 other public officers before him in Bauchi State.

According to a statement by Mr Ibraheem AL-Hassan, Head, Press and Public Relations of the tribunal, the trial would be conducted at the state High Court Bauchi.
The CCT said the routine inter-state became necessary in order to handle all pending cases brought to it by the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB).
The court said those to be arraigned for the alleged breached of code of conduct of public officers were both career and political office holders.
Al-Hassan said the respondents included heads of federal, state and Local government Agencies, operating in the state.
According to him, they include one serving commissioner, nine Senior Assistance operating from the office of Secretary to the Bauchi state government and three Personal Assistance to state Governor.
Others, according to the spokesman of the tribunal, include four staff of the Nigeria Drugs Law Enforcement Agent personnel with a Commander operating in the state.
Al-Hassan further listed Chief Superintendent of Custom and eight Police officers of different ranks in the state command to had allegedly breached the CCB’s Act.
He said the aim of embarking on state’s trial was to bring justice to the door step of the defaulters spread across the country.
“Also the itinerant session would serve as a means of reaching out to the state on the activities of the CCT.
“It is our hope that this would serve as deterrent to other public servants who do not consider it necessary to promptly declare their assets’’, Al-Hassan said.

Thursday, 12 April 2018

Sarkin Aljanna-Nelsongz Obi

Nelsongz Obi is back at it again with another inspirational jam titled Sarkin Aljanna (King of Heaven).
If you have not heard any of this amazing artist song before then really you are missing out of songs that touch deep down to your soul, songs that will elevate you. So without taking much of your time Kindly click on the download button below to download this song.

Wednesday, 11 April 2018

Love Beyond Reason- episode 1

Ikemefuna sat on the couch in his living room, arms folded on his chest, eyes clouded with anger, lips stretched thin, and watched the hand of the clock move towards 9pm for the umpteenth time. He was fuming with anger but anyone looking at him would just see a handsome, well-built man, watching TV, with an impatient stretch to his lips. On closer inspection though, the anger in his eyes could not be missed.

He stared at the game showing on the TV. His favorite English club, Arsenal were playing against their arch nemesis, Chelsea and it seems Chelsea is going to get the glory once more. He watched the screen, at the same time listening for when the door will open to admit Ugochi, his girlfriend, whom he had been waiting for impatiently for the past two hours.

Why is this woman late? What does she take me for? How can she leave me here and go about frolicking with every Dick and Harry in the city? She’ll have a lot of explaining to do when she gets back here. These were the thoughts flowing through his mind as he sat, alternately watching the clock and the screen, grinding his teeth in an obvious sign of frustration.

Meanwhile, Ugochi was having a great time with her girlfriends at the birthday party of one of the gang. She laughed at something Dawn, the birthday girl said and gave Ijeoma a wink. The three girls had been rolling together since they were at the University, they were popularly known as the three musketeers back then. Now, all of them were settled into their respective careers but they still found time to get together once in a while.

It was Dawn’s birthday and they had opted for a quiet dinner together at the birthday girl’s favorite restaurant instead of the usual all-out party she threw every year. It had taken a lot of convincing on the part of Ugochi and Ijeoma before Dawn agreed to have a small party with just the girls. She was enjoying herself although she would never admit it to her friends.

Turning twenty-five should be a lot of fun.

The women had a lot in common. Apart from been the same ages, they also graduated from the same department in the University. They all studied Microbiology, and each of them had their view of the course and how they wanted to use it to make the world a better place. Ugochi had opted for Food Microbiology and presently worked with Fan Ice in Ibadan. Ijeoma, fondly called Ijay by her friends, had bent towards health presently working as a laboratory scientist at the University College Hospital, Ibadan. Dawn had decided on pursuing the beauty angle and currently owned a beauty spa in New Bodija, Ibadan.

Ugochi was the only one in a serious relationship of the three of them. She had been with Ikem for the past three years. Dawn prefered to play the field, she had like a dozen guys at her disposal, which was not surprising as she was the most beautiful of them. Ijeoma, on the other hand, was on a break in between relationships; her last run hadn’t been so enjoyable.

“Guys, remember that time we all failed Professor Odi’s class? He insisted we wait after everyone had gone home for the holidays, study for a week and rewrite the test. I couldn’t believe it when he said it.” Ijay reminisced

“Yeah, yeah. It was the worst week of my life,” Dawn muttered.
“You were just pissed because all your boyfriends were not available,” Ijay teased.
“Yeah, well what’s a girl to do when all her useful guys were not available,” she grumbled.

“At least you still had Dave. The guy was so in love with you, he didn’t mind staying back for a whole week even when you didn’t acknowledge his existence,” Ugochi chipped in.
Dawn covered her face with her hands. “Oh please don’t remind me of that guy.”

Ijay laughed. “But Dawn, you were so hard on the guy.”
“I just couldn’t see myself with him. He was so needy, you know. I could never be with a guy like that.”
“Yeah. We all know you like them tough,” Ugochi teased.

She laughed. “You got that right, baby.”
Ugochi checked her wristwatch, noted the time. “Girls, I’m sorry to break this up but I really must get going.”
“Hmmm, we understand girl. That hunk of yours must be waiting for you.” Dawn winked. “Lucky girl,” she sighed wistfully.

“How is Ikem?” Ijay asked
Ugochi beamed. “He’s fine o.”
“Hmm, that your man is a real eye candy. I wish he were mine.” Dawn winked again.

“Keep your thoughts away from my man, abeg.” Ugochi laughed. “Don’t you have your hands full already?”
“You can never have enough now.”

Ugochi was about to answer when her phone beeped signaling an incoming call. She checked the caller ID and saw it was a video call from Ikem.
“Speak of the devil,” Ugochi gestured. “I need to take this.” She stepped out of the restaurant to give herself some privacy.

“Hi babe.” She smiled at Ikem’s face on her screen.
He didn’t return her smile. “Do you know what time it is?”
Ugochi shrugged. “No. what’s up?”

“I want you to start coming home immediately,” he snapped
“I was about to.”
“I’ll be waiting for you.”
“Okay, see you soon.”

He cut the call without saying goodbye.
Ugochi frowned at her phone and shrugged again. He’s probably in one of his shitty moods again, she thought.

She didn’t care for the many mood swings, she never knew how he was going to react when he gets into those stints. She had better do as he wanted before it got too bad.
Ugochi went back into the restaurant. “Girls, I have to go; my man needs me.”
“Don’t sweat it.” Ijay waved. “We are ready to call it a night too.”

“Thanks for a wonderful birthday, girls. I actually enjoyed myself. Who would have thought, huh?”
“We knew you were going to love it. That was why we insisted.”
Ugochi bent to grab her bag off the floor as the other girls stood. They walked out together.

“So, I’ll see you guys soon, yeah?” Ugochi asked
“Sure.” The other ladies answered simultaneously.
“I still have a private party tonight. You get my meaning?”
“We know you now, no be you?''
They all laughed and shared a group hug before going their separate ways.

To be continued

cc: By Maggie Smart courtesy


Bolouere (@Boluxxxx) has a point to make about keeping to the terms of the contract.
Code name; B.

B- Buxom, Bombshell, Brilliant, Boss, Buoyant, Brassy, etc. Did I just describe Beyonce? Naaa, that’s a B-word too. **chuckles**

I’ve been in constant reverie recently inspired by events, happenings, doings, occurrences played out by females around me and I have decided that we girls are responsible for our troubles, drama and heartbreak.

I have this friend who had been in the process of setting a certain P for months. He was gonna be in some state in the Niger-delta region for christmas where “Miss P” is resident and yes they planned a hook up. Twas gon be sex, fun and games agreed. As his guy (yea I’m dyke in attitude), he gave me the gist as things went on. They hooked up, did all the had planned to, and finally had sex on christmas eve. Anyway’s he pinged me on christmas morning and goes ” Bee, she wants ‘talk’.”. In my mind I’m like “ghen-ghen, my guy don enter wahala”. We went on chatting and about ten minutes later I’m like “is she still talking”? He replied “yes”. I’m thinking WTF!!! Imagine me having a heart-to-heart convo, the “talk” with a dude and he stays chatting on his phone, that’s all the answer I need. (Well, that’s me). All the same, the summary of Miss P’s talk was; define this relationship. My friend’s reply was, we have a good thing going (sex) let’s not mess it up by starting something else. LoooOoool.

Fastfoward two days, he sends me a voice note he got from her. She cried on it, declared her love for him and said she felt used. See something oh!! Whose fault is it you caught feelings during an event that stated “strictly setting P”. He’s like “Bee what do u think?” My verdict; she probably likes you, wants a relationship, is automatically suffering from low self esteem because she f**ked you (dumb) and crying on a voice note, that’s simply a symptom that’s she’s a mildly psychotic chick (topic for another post). My guy, RUN. He did run.

Back to being responsible for our troubles as girls, much to my awareness, most guys don’t lie about their “wants” these days. It also doesn’t hurt to ask a guy what his intentions are if he suddenly starts paying you plenty attention. If he says he wants to shag, he means it oh. It’s left for you as the chick to decide whether you can do just that or not. Going into sh*t like that thinking he might have a change of heart and wife you is very unlikely and major self deception especially if he was bold enough to state that all he wants is sex. Yes we are human, yes we can’t help but fall for people at times. But he was bold enough to say, just sex, and that’s all there might ever be to it whatever you do. If you catch feelings, I’d love to say OYO but I’m nice so I’ll say DEAL WITH IT. And by dealing with it I didn’t say go and bombard peeople’s TL’s with irritatingly philosophical tweets like “why do bad things happen to good people” or “treat girls the way you want your sisters to be treated”. Personally I hate seeing such on my TL. It can drive me to mentioning you to amadioha and his strike is more painful than ASUU’s trust me. Get a grip, go about it in a mature manner. If it gets too hard, talk to pals or axe ya mummy for tips. *kidding**

My point (despite not being a feminist or softie) is, I think we as girls have what it takes to run the world and handle situations. If only we would man-up (ironic**sighs**) shun pettiness and do just that.

Dear girls, we are beautiful and have more power than we realise. Stop throwing blame flames at guys and hosting pity parties when things come up. Let’s learn to tell the truth to ourselves about situations and act accordingly not ruling out facts and reality.

More importantly, run YOUR world! Safe!!!


Hello Darlings,

It’s such an overwhelming rush of hope to be able to write again and to be genuinely excited and expectant for a year devoid of nothing else but joy and my likkle dignity ( Don’t laugh if you know, it wasn’t funny or easy but lol)

2017 was a humbling year and it hurt.
Not all through honestly.
My friend called from America to say She saw me on Skinny Girl in Transit (Hugest S/O to Bimbo and Chiamaka and the entire Ndani TV).

Mama I’m finally a recognized actress!

But it still hurts… like a wound that resists clotting. It burns my mind and sears my soul because I’m 24 years old and I don’t know if the life I think I chose will bring me joy or death.

I declared that 2017 was the year I take over, 18 days into 2018 I feel taken over…

I don’t believe or I believe too much.

I hide when I can’t deal and that affects me.

Nothing I want to do is possible because I’m not qualified.

And even when I feel qualified, I don’t seem to care.

When I voice my thoughts, they are so unnecessary that I question my entire existence.

I am. I can. I will, but I can’t seem to do anything right.

I try. I predict. I analyze, but it’s just not enough to bring the resources my way.

I pray. I beg. I’m quiet, but it’s not enough to show respect or remorse.

I cry, but it’s too much. Too soon. Too fake.

I’m afraid, but it’s irrational, illogical and makes me no money.

When I’m equally spontaneous? Too callous. Too reckless.

Ooh and let’s not forget attempts at forgiving myself… selfish, unfeeling and unfit for family life.

I bet the sliver of hope that keeps me going is listening to the good in everything and believing it will get better.

I have to believe I’m moving forward.

I have to believe it’s not over.

I have to keep completing things.

Because death is at my door.

Death has visited me once before

Left its deadening grip

And now I’m at war with it.

Saturday, 7 April 2018

Friday, 6 April 2018

I.B - The Box video| @IB_Tymer

I.B aka Jimmy's Son the Recipe For Disaster crooner is back with a video of The Box a cover of a track off M.I Ababa's illegal Music III that was released in the year 2016 after putting out two blazing tracks from his forthcoming project RISE OF JIMMY'S SON. The video was shot, directed and edited by Northern Empire Visuals

Thursday, 5 April 2018

Tuesday, 3 April 2018

VIDEO: X-kid – My North Story (Adekunle Gold ire Cover)

Few weeks after the audio release of his #Ire #irenorthstory cover, X-kid returns with the visuals for the song which he displays a life story in a minimum of 3mins and also how life went all up’s and down.
The IQ Entertainment front-man seems to keep the fire burning as he works tirelessly to get to the top.

Check out the visuals directed by Mr Toolz and share your thought.

Video YouTube LinK;-

Tech News: Nigeria's Digital Publiseer, Publiseer Shortlisted for Startupbootcamp FastTrack

Today, Publiseer, a Nigerian digital publisher, emerged as one of the ten startup companies shortlisted for the Startupbootcamp FastTrack, an event hosted all over the world to meet top-tier early-stage companies to join Startupbootcamp, a global network of industry-focused startup accelerators. Publiseer and nine other startups were selected from an overwhelming number of applications to participate in Startupbootcamp FastTrack and Office Hours events taking place in Lagos from 7th to 8th of April, 2018.

Each founder team will give a 3-minute pitch with a 5 minute Q&A, followed by a series of five 20 minutes hands-on sessions with mentors. The event is designed to provide the ten founder teams with constructive feedback on their company and pitch. The following day, each team will be invited for a one to one mentoring session with the Startupbootcamp team. The event will be a deep dive conversation lasting 25 minutes per team with Q&As, as well as business development advice.

Just last month, Publiseer pitched at the Harvard Business School's New Venture Competition in Boston, United States, as one of the competition's finalists. The startup publishing company distributes and monetizes creative works of Nigerian writers and musicians worldwide.

Startupbootcamp FastTrack is an event hosted by Startupbootcamp to look for top-notch startups for its accelerator programs.

Publiseer And Caketunes Partner To Distribute More African Music To Global Platforms

Digital content distribution company, Publiseer, and music production and beat distribution company, Caketunes, has today concluded a partnership that will see more African musical contents around the world. 

Publiseer will distribute beats and songs uploaded on the Caketunes platform to hundreds of well-established music platforms like iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music, Pandora, Deezer and Amazon Music. Also, artists using Publiseer can buy beats on Caketunes for a 25% discount.

"We completely believe in taking chances. Seeing Publiseer launched last year was the best story ever. We had always known that we'd definitely do business together some day and here after a short while, we are coming together to simplify the process of uploading music across all music streaming platforms and stores," Ability Elijah, Co-founder of Caketunes, said. 

"Unlike other platforms, Publiseer does not charge musicians to distribute their songs. They probably must have studied the market and finally decided to take the free route, which was actually what caught our interest. These guys understand their market," Elijah continued.

"Caketunes is a welcome development to African producers and musicians seeking ways to sell their creatives. Our partnership will see hundreds of African musical contents distributed worldwide, if not thousands," Chidi Nwaogu, Co-founder of Publiseer, said.

"This partnership comes at a moment when Publiseer is planning on taking a deeper step into music distribution. We are known as a digital music distributor, but we are working towards the distribution of physical CDs worldwide. This service will be rolled out very soonest," Nwaogu continued.

Publiseer is a digital music distribution platform for independent musical artists, while  Caketunes is a marketplace for buying and selling beats, songs, and production services. call us today on 08065190885

VIDEO: ClassiQ ft. M.I Abaga - GUDU | @ClassiQ_

Northern king of new school hip hop/trap, ClassiQ alias Arewa Mafia let’s loose the official music video for his popular single “Gudu” featuring legendary rapper and the head of Chocolate City empire, M.I Abaga. 

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St. Chika - Bigger than what people say | @iamstchika

The Unshakable shaker
The unchallenged challenger
The undefeated defeater
The Unchangeable changer 
Unmovable mover
Unstoppable stopper
There is none like you
For you are bigger than what people say you are

So call him beautiful names
He is worth way more than that
Sinach calls him the waymaker
Nathaniel Bassey calls him Olowogbogboro
Frank Edwards calls him Okaka
Prospa calls him Ekueme
He says and he does
Steve Crown says He is Great
Travis says he is intentional

But I will love to say he is bigger than what they say he is...
Powerful worship song from the gospel sensation St. Chika

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