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Singer Rema reveals the secrets of his success.

Rema who is signed on the Mavin records of Don Jazzy has shown that it works for him to pay tithe, and indeed that is why he succeeds today in music. Contrary to some critics ‘claim that God’s payment of tithes is a waste of money, Rema says otherwise.

When asked how he grew up in less than six months when all his songs were hits, Rema, 19, spoke to Precious Pomaa of City People.

“That’s how I found myself with the heart of Don Jazzy, all in one blink of one eye, it all worked really quickly for me, all of which I really expected because I worked so hard for her, I did sleepless nights, I prayed, I gave to the Lord my roots, the of my beliefs, to bless me.”

“I’m not saying I planned it because I deserve to have it all because I’m not the kind of guy just to share on Instagram. My music, my studio section or repost are the only things people see about me, but a whole lot of tears, sweat and a whole lot of blood happen behind the screen”.

people like to think we’re over-hyped, but it’s not over-hyped because it’s just going to happen every night when some people sleep on the path.

In questioning his relationship status, he said, “My home is my life, essentially I find peace in church or house. I find my own peace. My own room for myself, but yes! It’s good to find somebody with whom I can share it, but I didn’t find the right one yet.



The Legendary WarlordHRH, CHIEF OGEDENGBE (Oba-Ala Ogedengbe 1) of Ilesha.

The Great Ogedengbe in his war uniform
The Great Ogedengbe dynasty’s first generation.

Saraibi Ogedengbe (famously known as Ogedengbe Agbogungboro) hails from Atorin Village, Ilesa, Osun state. His parents were  Pa Apasanforijiwa & Madam Falupo.

Ogedengbe was a personality who had made history and established society from the very beginning to adulthood. He was a proud, brave, and trustworthy Ijesa warlord, but very challenging, he loved his city and its people truly.

Ogedengbe was neither a nonsensical man nor afraid. He was invincible, ready to fight or attack someone who would try to challenge him and not stop until the end.

Ogedengbe was the greatest symbol of his day. He had fame, charm, intelligence, and knowledge. Men would want to be him, and women would want to be his wife.

He was the Dictator of the Ekiti Army, about twenty kilometers from the now East Atokomosa municipality, was the village of his mother; Oke-Orisa was the village of his father that is nearly the same distance from Ilesha and the Local Government areas as Atorin.

The Ifa oracle predicted  before Ogedengbe was born that he would be the Ijeshaland savior. Ogedengbe’s name was SARAIBI when he was born.

He came to life as a normal child and grew up as a healthy, diligent young man at Atorin. From the beginning, when he wrestled with his friends, he always waved them, so that the word “OGEDENGBE” came from the early years of his life that he was solid and overcame all his friends in valor. Ogedengbe waged several camps in adulthood against the people of Ibadan who persecuted and threatened the Ijesha people. He was captured and sent to Ibadan during one of these battles.

It was the Ibadan people who placed tribal markings on their faces in this occasion before they released him. He worked in an Ibadan army until the general returned to fight and lead Ijesha troops. He was a top military officer.

After this, he gathered a large army of Ijesha young men and engaged in several bitter fightings against the Ibadan people.

The adventures of Ogedengbe brought him to the regions of Ekiti and Akoko, where he sold others to slavery. That’s why he’s often called “O soko Ekiti soko Akoko.” He also went to the state of Edo today. Until he quit defending  his domain and fighting Benin kingdom, the Oba of Benin was obliged to appease him. He offered beads, slaves and other precious things to Ogedengbe.

Ogedengbe went back to Igbara-Oke after this exploit to settle there. This was the moment when the Ibadan people waged a ferocious Oke-Imesi war with the Ijeshas and the Ekitis. The Ijeshas and Ekitis leaders had to convince Ogedengbe to come and take them on board, as his unique accomplishments had become a legend in Yoruba.He agreed and went to fight to test the Ibadan people’s excessive ambition.

Around nine years of struggle continued. After having won the war, in 1886 (23th September 1886) it was captain Bower, the Ibadan residing commissioner who ultimately resolved the war by a treaty. Because of all these qualities, he became a local hero in his region.

The name ‘OGEDENGBE AGBOGUNGBORO,’ ‘OGEDENBE THE WARRIOR’ was then one of the largest men in history in Yoruba, in Nigeria and Africa.


President Of NUJ notifies Federal Government not to permit Chinese medical team into Nigeria

The Nigerian Journalists ‘Union (NUJ) called on the Federal Government to avoid the involvement in the battle against coronavirus in the country of the Chinese medical team.

The union was distressed by a Federal Government decision to introduce Chinese medicines to Nigeria to battle COVID-19, Mr Chris Isiguzo, NUJ Chief, in a statement on Saturday. The Union was frightened.

The Nigerian physicians are particularly effective in preventing outbreaks, according to Isiguzo. We condemn a situation in which Nigerians are used for some experiment as a Guinea pig.

Therefore, the federal government should be asked to prevent this medical team from arriving in Nigeria because of an Italian instance where COVID-19 deaths linked to the arrival of the Chinese Doctors had a extremely unexplainable increase.

“The Federal Government will analyze the case as a matter of urgency that what is happening today is connected with the introduction 5 G communication network to Nigerians.

“We advise the federal government to be more involved in resolving these emerging problems as a result of any mistakes that have been made,” Isiguzo said.

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SayNoToDepression by MrDarex

MrDarex an upcoming versatile rapper and singer drops his first single that preaches about life challenges and also gave guidance on how to be happy even when we’re not (say no to depression)is a food for the soul and a motivation to everyone out there to always stay strong in all challenges and situations.

This song is a motivational song to lift your soul, never let your haters laugh at you so just listen to this piece and say no to depression.

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A middle-age woman from Ebonyi state, squash her husband’s private part during a brief quarrel that led to the man’s death

Detectives of the Ebonyi State Police Command are presently searching for a middle-aged female for allegedly killing her husband by way of squeezing his manhood.

The suspect whose identity was  given as Chinenye Okoro, own upto the act on March 29 in Akaeze community, Ivo Local Government Area of the state.

The incident was said to have befell the couple following a misunderstanding between them. The purpose of the quarrel could not be ascertained because the suspect fled the scene of the incident,but her mother, Roseline Okoro, who reportedly witnessed the event, was arrested police operatives.

Police spokesman, at the Ivo police division, Loveth Odah remarked on the incident, saying the case is a murder outbreak.

Murder case

“Investigation showed that the deceased was a husband to Chinenye Okoro, that the two devotees had a misunderstanding and as a result the wife pulled at Ifeanyi’s manhood, which allegedly led to his death.”

Manhunt has been launched to arrest the major suspect, stating that once the investigation was over, the suspect(s)  could be charged to court docket for prosecution

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Davido replies a twitter follower who ask him to do “giveaway”, saying “No money for now”.


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Nigerian singer and rapper, Davido has turned down a fan who tried to pressurize him into doing‘ giveaway’ on Twitter.

The fan commented under Davido’s tweet, encouraging the singer to “do giveaway”
The award winning singer politely answered the fan that there are no shows in sight, hence his source of income is minimal for now.

No money for now,” he wrote. No show at 
sight .. Nah Here all of us Dey!  A follower asked:” Haaaa, 30 billion never finish na!  the singer said: “Never had it. 
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Coronavirus: Festus Keyamo (SAN) publicly criticize the killing of a 28yrs old man who contravened the lockdown order

The 28-year-old man, who failed to stop at the lockdown checkpoint, was supposedly killed by a soldier. The minister for state labor and jobs,  Festus Keyamo (SAN), denounced the killing in Delta state for an alleged violation of a lockdown order by one Joseph Pessu.

In an attempt to slow down and  control the and spread of coronavirus, which ravaging the nation and the world, the government ordered a halt to social and economic activities in the state in the past, effective Wednesday, April 1, 2020.

Pessu had reportedly been shot and killed by a soldier in Warri on Thursday 2 April while traveling along the Ugbuwangue NPA Exp axis.

The nation reports that a team of security personnel identified the deceased but to stop to identify the deceased properly. He was shot dead after a pursuit by police men.

Keyamo, from Delta, condemned the killing and other allegations of security forces ‘high-handedness in the implementation of the lock-down in a statement on Thursday.

“When dealing with the civilian population, I condemn this barbaric act unreservedly by armed people who should practice restraint,” he said.

Keyamo, a human rights activist, said he was going to make a submission to the appropriate authorities to investigate the incident thoroughly and to make a report for the offending officers.Festus Keyamo reacts to the killing in Delta state

‘In the meantime, please let us not take the law into our hands. I will also use this medium to sincerely appeal to my Delta state brothers and sisters to comply with the laws and to obey the restricting orders placed on both the government of the Delta state and the federal government.

According to the government, Nigeria reported a total of 184 coronavirus installations in 12 States and the federal capital territory on 1 April but Delta is not currently being affected. State lockdown orders are precautionary, according to the government.

The government has also been contacted to carry out immediate and comprehensive investigations into this murder.

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Mercy Aigbe, Nollywood star actress sobs about power failure during COVID-19 Shut down

The actress said the lack of power has made the shut down of COVID-19 more challenging, Aigbe noted her generator which runs on diesel is almost exhausted.

The famous Nollywood actress said that the lockout was much more emotionally draining as power shortage in her region is quite alarming. It was recently directed by the federal government to keep Nigerians at home to practice self-isolation in order to retain COVID-19. During this time of lockdown, people cannot go out of their homes for their everyday activities.

The continuous supply of electricity may have made the shut down bearable for Nigerians, but many people protested about its absence. Aigbe has recently entered the list of complainants.

She noted that she cannot imagine what others who are not so lucky are going through, when she is in a state of almost exhausting her diesel. The actress said she does not want any electricity company official distributing bill to her after the lock down. On Instagram Ennada called on the Government and compared the distribution of relief materials to the distribution of energy bill in the post shared on her Instagram page. According to the lady, the need to get relief materials into every family is not far fetched from distributing electricity into each homes. The reality tv star inserted a title in her post and noted that a wise man taught her quotes.


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