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“They use Miss Anambra contestants as Executive Prostitutes” – Apga Alaigbo

Apga Alaigbo has made some startling allegations, claiming that a certain Mr Uche Nworah who heads Anambra Broadcast Service (ABS, the organisers of the beauty pageant) is one of the brains behind the alleged blackmail. He also alleged the contestants in the Miss Anambra pageant are used as Executive prostitutes ...

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The Nigerian Politician Is Our Enemy Charly Boy

Top entertainer, Charles Oputa, popularly called, Charly Boy in a series of tweets on Monday called for revolution in the country. The singer and TV personality indirectly stated that he is set to lead a revolution against corrupt politicians. While saying that Nigerian people are victims of corrupt system, he ...

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Pastors today are businessmen and so unlike Christ – OAP Freeze

OAP Freeze has penned down his thoughts about modern day pastors in an article he titled; Pastors Today Are Businessmen in Pentecostal Suits, they are so unlike Christ and his disciples! Read below; Most pastors today are not serving God, they are so unlike Christ, and many are just business ...

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Cardinal Okogie writes open letter to President Buhari

Read the open letter written by Emeritus Archbishop of Lagos, Cardinal Anthony Okogie to President Buhari below Dear Mr. President, Last year, when you assumed office, the chant of Change”, your campaign slogan, ushered you into the Presidential Villa. Today, cries of hunger” could be heard across the length and ...

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10 unlucky artistes that should have blown

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A lot of names came to mind when I was compiling this list because in all honesty there are so many of these artiste that are very promising and then you wonder what happened or is happening to their career, especially the ones that are very talented. 1. Jayru This ...

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Top 5 Naija Albums of all time

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The entertainment scene in Nigeria has witnessed immeasurable growth like no other sector in the Country, most especially Nigerian music. Aside oil, music seems to be our second largest export to Africa and with collaborations with established acts in the US I can comfortably say we are taking it to ...

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10 popular songs by secular artistes that could pass for gospel songs

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The Nigerian music industry has come a long way and several secular artistes, despite their music genre still always find a way to stay thankful to God by doing one or two Gospel songs in a bid to show appreciation to God for their immeasurable talent bestowed on them. While, ...

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What they won’t tell the President by Dele Momodu

Fellow Nigerians, reactions to my column last week were not unexpected. As anticipated, they were indeed varied. Some people were impressed that anyone could tell President Muhammadu Buhari what most people would never dare. Others felt I could talk because I don’t work with the President and therefore do not ...

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‘Better Dey Come’ – Quilox Boss, Shina Peller writes Open Letter to Nigerians

I’m a passionate lover of our country Nigeria for many reasons. Not many countries in the world are as blessed as this country. We have abundance of natural and human resources, we are blessed with rich land and hardly have any records of natural disasters. No matter how blessed you ...

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‘How They Mislead Our Leaders’ – Dele Momodu

Dele Momodu & Buhari

Ovation magazine boss and one time Presidential aspirant, Dele Momodu on his Thisday Column this week, had something interesting to write about. He wrote about the questionable quality of appointments by the Buhari led government, describing it as ‘appallingly lacklustre’. Dele Momodu also criticized the way the president broke the Ramadan fast ...

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Open letter to single people by Banky W

EME boss, Banky W who just released a new single shared an open letter to all singles in a bid to promote the new single. If I got a million naira every time I am asked when I will marry, I’d be a billionaire but thankfully, I am not the ...

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7 of the saddest Nigerian songs released in the last ten years

7 of the saddest Nigerian songs released in the last ten years

The Nigerian soundscape is mostly famous for preppy pop numbers that can light up any dance floor with irate fans bobbing to heavy bases and popping synths. However, this does not mean Nigerians are always so happy-go-lucky. Occasionally, the music sails towards somber narratives capable of tripping the most stable ...

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The Life of OJB Jezreel ‘Jiggaman’

Babatunde Okungbowa a.k.a OJB Jezreel was born on July 4th, 1966 in Lagos to Chief Anthony Okungbowa & Isabella Abiodun Okungbowa (Nee Pinheiro) in a matrimony that produced 5 others. He was the last child of his mum. He attended Yewande Memorial Primary School & Mainland Preparatory Elementary School between ...

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Top 10 Singles of The Week (April 17 – April 23 2016)

Top 10 Singles of The Week (April 17 - April 23 2016)

Blackmagic’s brand is one of the strongest brands in the industry, he is not always after having a major street hit, but dishing out meaningful songs with powerful lyrics is what he’s known for. ‘Loyal‘ was released as a birthday gift to his fans who have been with him from ...

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Top 10 Singles of The Week (April 10 April 16 2016)

This week is one of the weeks with fewer songs; artistes are obviously not ‘humanics’, they deserve some time-out too. The songs released this week are undeniably impressive. MC Galaxy released his highly publicised ‘Sekem Remix‘ which he tagged international remix due to Swizz Beatz collaboration on the single. No ...

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Buhari Might Be The Last President Of Nigeria – Etcetera

As written by Etcetera: Perhaps after reading this, you will come to the conclusion that I am being irrationally paranoid. If so, you are probably spending way too much time plugged in to the propaganda matrix” that I will describe in this article. The government wants you to believe that ...

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Top 10 Singles of The Week (April 3 – April 9 2016)

Top 10 Singles of The Week (April 3 - April 9 2016)

Falz has transformed from a pure singer into music-comedic act. ‘Bahd Baddo Baddest‘ featuring the big cheeses of the industry; Olamide and Davido. ‘Bahd Baddo Baddest’ sees Falz (The Bahd Guy) rapping about his prodigious talent, hilariously, Olamide on the other hand cracks about ladies flocking after him and wanting ...

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Top 10 Singles Of The Week (March 27 – April 2 2016)

Top 10 Singles Of The Week (March 27 - April 2 2016)

This week came with a lot of astonishing singles; Wale joined Alaga Ibile, Reminisce on the remix of ‘Asalamalekun’, the American rapper with his accent did better than what we heard on his remix with Lil Kesh on ‘Cause Trouble Part 2‘. Wale is more confident and flows well on the ...

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Olajumoke’s Story: 8 Lessons For Nigerian Women by Elsie Godwin

Let’s get serious people! Whether you are a Christian, Muslim, Atheist or non-Nigerian, we all have secretly prayed for the kind of luck Olajumoke Orisaguna has. That OMG! moment where you loudly or silently say, “but I have been hustling na, why is my own situation this hard?”, “God why? ...

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For the amelioration of the republic

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The poll concluded with an astonishing triumph. The next president of Nigeria was a bloke who was no model citizen. He frequently declaimed bigotry, ferocity and was utterly condescending. He pledged to the voting public that if he was elected that he would build great roads, establish stable power, regulate ...

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