Meet Naijahitplay media face of the week, Bello Josephine oluwatoyin

Meet Naijahitplay media face of  the week, Bello Josephine oluwatoyin

Meet Naijahitplay media face of  the week, Bello Josephine oluwatoyin works with a visual Artist, she's a keyboard list, learning how to play bass guitar presently. Shes From Ondo state. Studied industrial relations and personnel management in lasu. 2011..

Name: Mis Bello Josephine oluwatoyin

State of origin: Ondo

Current location: Lagos

Birthday: 13th July

Occupation: Personal Assistant

Social media handles: @damseljojo on Facebook


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Shocking as World’s most fertile mother who gave birth to 44 children has finally been stopped from having more kids

Shocking as World’s most fertile mother who gave birth to 44 children has finally been stopped from having more kids
A woman in Uganda has been crowned the ‘most fertile woman in the world’ as she’s a biological mother to 44 Children (yep, you read that correct).
Doctors have finally found a way to stop Mariam Nabatanzi, said to be the world’s most fertile woman from having more kids.

Nabatanzin, a single mother who works as a tailor, hairdresser and herbalist to earn enough money to raise her 38 surviving children was reportedly sold into marriage at the age of 12 to a man who was 40-year-old at that time (28 years her senior). She had her first child one year later.
“Generally, I have tried to educate them. My dream is that my children go to school. They can lack anything (else), but they must go to school.” I can’t say they are nagging because they are my children. I can’t say I will abandon them because they are my children and I love them,” Nabatazni revealed in a recent Al Jazeera documentary.
She recalled being warned by a doctor that birth control, like the Pill, could cause her problems because she had unusually large ovaries. So after her first set of twins, the babies just kept coming.
Mirror reported that at 23, Nabatazni had 25 children and was desperately begging her doctor for help to stop her from having any more. However the medical advice was for her to continue getting pregnant because her ovary count was so high.
Her last pregnancy which led to the birth of her sixth set of twins 3 years ago, ended in tragedy. One of the babies died while she was in labour and then her husband who would often leave for weeks, left her for good.
Mariam said: “I have grown up in tears, my man has passed me through a lot of suffering.
“All my time has been spent looking after my children and working to earn some money.”
It was after that pregnancy that she got the medical help she needed to stop her having more babies. She said the doctor told her he had “cut my uterus from inside”.
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Just in: President Buhari approves 6 aides for First Lady

Just in: President Buhari approves 6 aides for First Lady

President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the appointment of new aides for the First Lady, Federal Republic of Nigeria, Dr. Aisha Muhammadu Buhari.
In a statement by the Director of Information, Office of First Lady, State House, Abuja the wife of former Governor of Nasarawa State, Dr. Mairo Almakura has been appointed Special Assistant on African First Ladies Peace Mission (AFLPM)
Muhammed Albishir is appointed Special Assistant on Organization of African First Ladies for Development (OAFLAD), while Wole Aboderin is appointed Special Assistant on Non-Governmental Organizations

Barr. Aiyu Abdullahi is the Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Zainab Kazeem, Special Assistant on Domestic and Social Events and Funke Adesiyan, Personal Assistant on Domestic and Social Events.
The appointments according to the statement take immediate effect.
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2023 Igbo Presidency: Igbo leaders meet Buhari today

2023 Igbo Presidency: Igbo leaders meet Buhari today

Governors from South East selected Igbo leaders, including prominent traditional rulers, will meet President Muhammadu Buhari in Aso Rock Villa Thursday.

Ohanaeze

Also on the delegation are some members of the National Assembly from the zone.
The presidency on Wednesday was said to have despatched a Presidential Jet to Imo Airport, Owerri to take some of the delegation members to Abuja ahead of the meeting.
The meeting is expected to discuss issues bordering on the zone, including the closed Akanu Ibiam International airport, the deplorable condition of some federal roads in the zone, among others.

On Monday, the South-East Governors met with other leaders to articulate their position ahead of the meeting.
The issue of the closed airport has been generating public discussions in the zone more so as the Yuletide is fast approaching.
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Onisha Fire Outbreak: Oh My God, Mother And Her Child Found Dead And Burnt Totally (Photos,Viewers Discretion)

Onisha Fire Outbreak: Oh My God, Mother And Her Child Found Dead And Burnt Totally (Photos,Viewers Discretion)
 There is fire outbreak in Onitsha,Anambra state from Upper Iweka going down to Ochanja, down to Amobi Market caused by a petrol Tanker.

from the report reaching Blaqloaded.com there is no any fire service officers seen around the seen.

Now the fire has gotten to Ogbo Akwukwo.

The fire have engulfed the popular Ochanja market.




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Just in: Heavy fire outbreak in Onitsha (Video)

Just in: Heavy fire outbreak in Onitsha (Video)






There is fire outbreak in Onitsha now, from Upper Iweka going down to Ochanga, down to Amobi Market caused by a petrol Tanker.
from the report reaching gistdeal.com there is no any fire service officers seen around the seen.
now the fire has gotten to Ogbo Akwukwo
Details soon…
watch the vidieo: Here
Onitsha On fire From Toronto Hospital Axis to One of the biggest Market in Nigeria Ochanja Market
Posted by Kiss Me Quick on Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Tanker fire outbreak in onitsha Photos

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Sport: Manchester City star, Sergio Aguero involved in auto accident on way to training

Sport: Manchester City star, Sergio Aguero involved in auto accident on way to training

Manchester City striker, Sergio Aguero, was on Wednesday involved in a minor car accident on his way to training.
Aguero £80,000 grey Range Rover. PHOTO: DailyMail

The 31-year-old Argentine was travelling to Etihad Campus facility centre when his £80,000 grey Range Rover was involved in an accident.
Luckily, the star walked away from the scene unscathed even though the ride was seriously damaged.
Commenting on the event, Sky Sports presenter David Gorrido said: “We understand he is unhurt after being involved in a small car collision, we’ve been told that he’s had a bump this morning.

“It’s been described as a minor plan, but has reported to the CFA – City Football Academy, as well as the rest of the ancestor City squad and we, understand he didn’t need to be checked the by the medical team.”
City travel to Selhurst Park to face Crystal Palace in the evening kick-off on Saturday.
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September inflation rate rise owing to border closure, new minimum wage - Financial Experts

 September inflation rate rise owing to border closure, new minimum wage - Financial Experts


Financial experts on Wednesday attributed the rise in inflation rate for the month of September to border closure and the new minimum wage.
They stated this in separate interviews with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos, in reaction to the September inflation figure released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) on Oct. 15.
NAN reports that Consumer price index (CPI) report released by NBS shows that inflationary pressure resurfaced in September, as the headline inflation widened by 0.22 basis points to 11.24 per cent from 11.02 per cent in August.
The inflation figure, according to NBS, is the highest since May 2019.
Sheriffdeen Tella, Professor of Economics, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun, said that the rise in inflation was not a surprise due to the border closure that led to an increase in prices of food.
Tella said that the closure of the borders resulted in an initial increase in the price of rice, a major staple food in the country
“We should not be surprised by the rise in the inflation rate.
“The closure of the borders resulted in an initial increase in the price of rice, a staple food, and subsequent increase in other food items,” he said.
Tella said that announced take-off of the minimum wage increase also contributed to the increase in prices of goods and services and attendant hike in the inflation rate.
He, however, described the government’s closure of land border as a welcome development, saying that it would lead to increased local production of goods.
“I support the border closure, so long as it can be sustained and force increased production of goods locally.

“The initial pain is what we are suffering, but in the medium term, we will witness an increase in local production and subsequent fall in prices of goods like rice and other annual products,” Tella said.
He said that the current high price of local rice was due to hoarding of available imported rice to avoid being seized by the customs and the inability to meet up with local demand.
According to him, the price will soon reduce because the policy will force many farmers to plant more rice.
“Our taste buds will soon be changed to consuming local rice as it is currently with for imported rice and other imported food items.
“Customs should prevent smuggling of rice out of the country, particularly through the northern states’ borders,” Tella said.
Mr Ambrose Omordion, the Chief Operating Officer, InvestData Ltd., said the inflation figure hike was traceable to the closure of border without adequate preparation.
Omordion said that insecurity in the country had contributed to inflation rise within the period, as fewer farmers were on the farm.
He said that the Federal Government needed to address the security challenges to stem inflation in the remaining months of 2019.
Omordion, who said that the closure of land borders was a welcome development, however, said its implementation was wrongly timed.
He said that the government should have worked with farmers to ensure adequate supply and storage of locally-made goods, to mitigate artificial price increase.
Omordion said that some domestic producers would take advantage of the policy to hike prices due to high demand.
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Man sentenced to 12 years imprisonment over girlfriend’s death in lagos

Man sentenced to 12 years imprisonment over girlfriend’s death in lagos

A 46-year-old man Tunde Omisakin was yesterday sentenced to 12 years Imprisonment, by a Lagos High Court, sitting in Igbosere, for causing the death of his girlfriend, Tina Toroso.
Omisakin was charged for cutting the right hand of his girlfriend with a cutlass which resulted to her death. He was first arraigned sometime in 2010 but was re-arraigned on February 16, 2016, before Justice Adedayo Akintoye when the former judge handling the case retired.
The convict was charged with a count of manslaughter, he pleaded not guilty and was remanded in prison. The case went for a trial and the prosecution called four witnesses. However, at the resumed hearing of the case yesterday, Justice Akintoye delivered her judgment and held that Omisakin was guilty as charged

She said that the prosecution was able to prove the ingredients of manslaughter beyond every reasonable doubt. Akintoye said that the prosecution witnesses clearly gave evidence establishing how the incident happened.
“The prosecution evidence directly pointed to the defendant as the person who caused the death of the deceased (Miss Toroso).
“The defendant did not deny that he cut her hand but said he did not intend to kill her. “I hold that the ingredient of manslaughter has been proven by the prosecution beyond a reasonable doubt,” Akintoye said.
She also said, that though the defence had said that the evidence of the prosecution witnesses was contradictory and that the evidence of the investigating police officers was merely hearsay.”The evidence adduced by investigating officers during investigations cannot amount to hearsay.
“I hold that the evidence of the prosecution is consistent and therefore reliable. “This court hereby finds Tunde Omisakin guilty of manslaughter and is duly convicted. “He is sentenced to 12 years imprisonment, the years of remand will be deducted from his sentence,” she held.
The defence counsel, Mrs Grace Adenubi, a Legal Aid Counsel, had pleaded for the convict’s leniency, adding that he was a first-time offender and had been in custody since 2009 when he was arrested. Earlier, the prosecution counsel, Mrs Abiodun Gbadamosi, had told the court that Omisakin committed the offence on December 8, 2008, at 2.00 a.m, in his residence at Lamgbasa, Ajah area of Lagos.
She said that the defendant caused the death of the deceased one Tina Toroso by cutting her right hand with a cutlass which severed her veins.
According to her, the offence committed is punishable under Section 317 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State 2003.
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Shocking: Nigerian student shot dead over loud music in the U.S

Shocking: Nigerian student shot dead over loud music in the U.S 

 The family of an 18-year-old Nigerian student of the Kennesaw State University, who was shot dead on Sunday, believe it was because of an argument on Friday night, over loud music.

Oluwafemi Oyerinde and two other people were shot at Stadium Village Apartments on Sunday morning. The two others survived. They were on their way out when the suspect opened fire on them. Cobb County police said that they believe they know who they're looking for. Femi was a freshman at the university. He was studying mechanical engineering and had dreams of joining the military. 
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“There is no hunger in Nigeria” - Federal Government Claims Nigeria is Food sufficient

“There is no hunger in Nigeria” - Federal Government Claims Nigeria is Food sufficient


The Nigerian Federal Government seems to be unperturbed by the widespread condemnation of the current border closure, as it has categorically stated that the exercise will remain until neighbouring countries respect the laws of Nigeria against food smuggling.
This is even as he ruled out hunger issues affecting Nigerians, claiming that Nigeria is food sufficient.

On August 20, 2019, Nigeria closed her borders in four geopolitical zones across the country: South-South, South-West, North-Central and North-West.
Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Sabo Nanono, who spoke at a press briefing to mark the 2019 World Food Day, in Abuja, argued that it was laughable when Nigerians cry of hunger, because, according to him, they do not know what hunger is all about.
According to him, the problem of overweight or obesity could be attributed to the lack of exercise and not lack of the intake of a balanced diet.
“I think so long as these bordering countries do not respect our protocols on these very important issues of bringing food into Nigeria, border closure will remain.
“I think we are producing enough food to feed ourselves. There is no hunger in the country and when people talk about hunger I just laugh because they do not know hunger. They need to go to other countries to know what hunger is all about.
“If you say I miss my breakfast and I get lunch and dinner, then that is alright.”
He continued,
“Part of the problem of overweight is not necessarily the issue of a balanced diet, but some of us stay put without knowing that Nigeria used to be a former zone for migration in the sub-Sahara Africa.
“The problem of obesity is not necessarily the issue of a balanced diet but because some of us just decide to stay without doing exercise often,” he said.
Meanwhile, Nigeria’s Country Representative of Food and Agriculture Organisation (FOA), Suffyan Koroma, has appealed to the government to adopt policies to prioritise the availability and affordability of safe nutrition because of the increase of malnutrition.
“One in three children is stunted and underweight is currently at 19.9%, which is higher than the globally accepted numbers,” he added.
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Minimum Wage: Don’t go on strike, Ngige tells Labour - Naijahitplay

Minimum Wage: Don’t go on strike, Ngige tells Labour - Naijahitplay

The Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige, has again appealed to organised labour and the Joint National Public Service, Negotiating Council, JNPSNC, to shelve the proposed strike, promising that the Federal Government was working hard to resolve the issues over the contentious consequential adjustment.
Already the Federal Government team led by the Minister and the JNPSNC were locked in a marathon meeting last yesterday to resolve the controversy over the consequential movement on the new national minimum wage.
The meeting which the Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige had on Monday during a consultative meeting with the organized labour to soften the ground for the negotiation parley said would likely stay long in a bid to address all the contentious issues, was described as make or mar as its outcome would likely determine the workers unions next line of action over the threat to go on strike.
Recall that the organized labour had last week issued a threat to embark on a nationwide industrial action should the government fail to show commitment to the full implementation of the new minimum wage on or before October 16.
In his opening remarks, Senator Ngige who is conciliatory appealed to the organised labour to show some understanding, adding that the discussion centres on fixing the minimum wage.
He said, “I appeal that the Sword of Damocles of strike you should bring it down.
”Collective adjustment is like collective bargaining but has its own limitation. Let’s look at the issue and we will resolve.”
Also speaking, the Secretary- General of the Trade Union Congress (TUC) Musa Aliyu Ozigi, said the union has come with an open mind to discuss the issues even as he prayed that the meeting will resolve the lingering issues.
On his side, the General Secretary of Trade Union Congress, TUC, Comrade Musa Lawal-Ozigi said it is not right for a government to exist and the workers will be suffering.
He said, ”To avoid crisis, it is important to make the workers happy.”
In his own remarks before the meeting entered into technical session, the acting Head of Service, Dr Folashade Yemi- Esan also appealed to labour to appreciate the position of the government, stressing that both the government and labour unions want improved welfare for the workers.
She said ”There is no different side here, the president is worried about the welfare workers too so we will have a fruitful deliberation. ”
Also speaking, leader of the JNPSNC, Simon Anchaver, lamented that the negotiation has taken five months even as he called on the government to do all things necessary to resolve the matter and avert the strike.
Some of the contentious issues include the alleged delay in the full implementation of the minimum wage as a result of the disagreement between labour and government on Consequential movement especially for workers workers on Grade Level 7-17
Labour is demanding a 29 per cent salary increase for officers on salary level 07 to 14 and 24 per cent adjustment for officers on salary grade level 15 to 17.
But the federal government had presented a proposal of 11 per cent salary increase for officers on grade level 07 to14 and 6.5 per cent adjustment for workers of grade level 15 to 17.
Others present include; Minister of State for Labour, Festus Keyamo General Secretary of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Comrade Emma Ugboaja, Permanent Secretary Ministry of Labour and Employment, William Alo, Acting Chairman of the National Salaries Income and Wages Commission, Ekpo Nta among others.
Recall that the negotiations have broken down severally as the Nigerian Labor Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC) after receiving briefing from the JNPSNC, issued a statement recently warning that if the issues of the consequential adjustment were not addressed by Wednesday October 16, the Labour movement will have no other alternative than to call its members nationwide to embark on a total strike.
Although grade levels 1-6 according to the government have started receiving their salary increase of N30,000 minimum wage from N18,000, since the new minimum wage was signed into law by President Muhammadu Buhari on April 18, Labour is demanding a 29% adjustment on the salary of grade level 7-14 . It also demands for salary increase of 24% for grade level 15 -17, while the government is offering 11% for the level 7-14 and 6.5% for level 15 -17.
The Minister asked the labour leaders to consider the dire Economic straits confronting the nation, saying ” the meteoric rise in of recurrent expenditure especially personnel cost is worrisome. Today our budget presented to the National Assembly has 76 per cent for recruitment expenditure and 24 per cent for capital expenditure, it doesn’t call for cheers.
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Police Searching for killers of Imo bus driver

Police Searching for killers of Imo bus driver

The Commissioner of Police in Imo, Mr Rabiu Ladodo, has given assurance that the force would arrest and prosecute the killers of a bus driver in the state, Chinedu Ogoke.

The commissioner gave the assurance in a statement made available in Owerri on Monday.
Ogoke was killed by gunmen last week at a popular “Malaysian market” in Obowo Local Government Area of the state.
The gunmen stormed the “Malaysian market” located in Umungwa, Obowo LGA and disposed of traders of their belongings, including money.
The assailant shot and killed Ogoke as he attempted to escape from the scene.

Ladodo said he had directed a full-scale
investigation into the circumstances surrounding the killing of the bus driver with a view to arresting the culprits.
The police commissioner said: “Nobody has the right to take another person’s life.
“So, those who robbed people of their belongings and also killed an innocent youth in the process must be tracked down.” (NAN).
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Saraki can’t Revive PDP in Kogi Politics — APC

Saraki can’t Revive  PDP in Kogi Politics — APC

The secretary of the media and publicity committee of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Campaign Council in the forthcoming Kogi State governorship election, Dr Tom Ohikere has disclosed that former Senate President, Bukola Saraki does not command the influence to be able to facilitate reconciliation within the Kogi state PDP and pull the party from the brink of defeat.

The PDP National Chairman, Prince Uche Secondus on Friday named the immediate past President of the Senate, as the chairman of a five-man reconciliation committee charged with the task of reuniting Jonathan and Idris with the PDP chapters in their respective home states.
Secretary of the media and publicity committee of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Campaign Council, Tom Ohikere in a chat with journalists yesterday described Saraki’s task as an impossible mission.
He said: “What does Bukola Saraki know of Kogi politics, he never established any warm relationship with our people, even the state chapter of the PDP even when he was Senate President. What did the state chapter of the PDP benefit from him?

“Now all of a sudden they want the PDP in Kogi state to defer to him. A PDP that is desperately struggling to find its bearing amids a surge of defections and altercations.
“They seem lost. We know their defeat in the 2015 election is still reverberating in their affairs. They are short of notable and strong political personalities that can steer the party. If not how would they bring a man fastly dissipating into political obscurity to come and head their reconciliation just a month to election proper.”
Ohikere added that the PDP in the state are only putting up a front as they know that their electoral bid is a pipe dream, “The PDP in Kogi state as you can see has no bearing oscillating between Atiku Abubakar and Bukola Saraki, two politicians that have been humbled by the 2019 election and are fighting desperately to maintain their self-respect.
“So I don’t think it will bring about any change in the political and electoral balance in Kogi state. Kogi State is APC and will remain so as long as we continue to pursue the general interest of our people. For now we are keeping to and delivering on our mandate, so there is no vacancy in lugard house”.
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Zimbabwe doctors continue strike despite court ruling to resume work (Photo)

Zimbabwe doctors continue strike despite court ruling to resume work (Photo)
Striking Zimbabwe government junior doctors remained on strike on Monday despite a Labour Court ruling issued on Friday giving them 48 hours to return to work.

Doctors and medical staff march to Zimbabwe’s Parliament on September 19, 2019 in Harare. PHOTO: Jekesai NJIKIZANA / AFP.

The doctors went on strike on Sept. 3 demanding better working conditions and improved salaries.
Their direct employer, the Health Service Board, took the matter to the Labour Court which on Friday determined that the strike was illegal and that the doctors should return to work.
The Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association on Sunday said that it had “noted with great dismay” the Labour Court ruling.
“While doctors would want nothing more than to return to work in service of their patients, they continue to be incapacitated and lack the resources to allow them to comply with the Labour Court judgment.

“An appeal will be lodged with the Supreme Court,” the association said, according to NAN report.
A source at the country’s largest medical referral centre, the Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals, on Monday said that the doctors had not reported for duty.
“They are saying that the court order does not capacitate them (to perform their duties) and have, therefore, appealed against the ruling at the Supreme Court,” the source said.
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Oh My God, Pastor teaching a female Church Member How to Give Doggy Style (Video)

Oh My God, Pastor teaching a female Church Member How to Give Doggy Style (Video)


A Pastor from Uganda has gone viral on social media after a video of him teaching his church members ‘how to give the doggy style’ was shared on various online platforms.
In the video, the pastor is seen with a female church member on her knees as he experiments to his church members the best way to give doggy style.

As he demonstrates, he was equally giving instruction on how to hold the woman and how the man should move his waist.
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Nigerian embassy in Benin Republic not attacked – Federal Government

Nigerian embassy in Benin Republic not attacked – Federal Government

The Federal Government on Sunday dismissed the report of a purported attack on the Nigerian Embassy in Cotonou, Benin Republic.
Minister, Foreign Affairs Geoffrey Onyeama

The Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Ferdinand Nwonye, stated this in a statement in Abuja,
He said: “The attention of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has been drawn to a video circulating on the social media purportedly showing an attack on the Embassy of Nigeria in Cotonou, Benin Republic.
“The ministry wishes to inform Nigerians that the video is an old video of an attack on the Nigerian Embassy in Dakar, Senegal and the incident under reference occurred on the 4th of March, 2013.

The ministry also wishes to state that the ring leaders of the unwarranted attack in Dakar were arrested by Senegalese authorities and jailed for six months.
“The general public should, therefore, disregard the fake news being spread by mischief makers to whip up sentiments and cause unnecessary tension in Nigeria/Benin relations.” (NAN)
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Senator Omo Agege condemns attacks on Oshiomhole

Senator Omo Agege condemns attacks on Oshiomhole

DEPUTY President of the Senate, Senator Ovie Omo- Agege, sunday condemned in very strong terms, reported attacks on the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, APC and former governor of Edo State, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole in Benin, the Edo State Capital.

Omo- Agege who called on all the parties in the State with some political differences to Embrace Dialogue for the peace of the State, however, described the said attacks as callous, cowardly, inhumane and totally unacceptable that should be condemned by all.
In a statement yesterday in Abuja by his Special Adviser, Media and Publicity, Yomi Odunuga, the Deputy President of the Senate warned that political practice in the country should not be allowed to degenerate to a situation where violence becomes the language of activism by both politicians and their supporters no matter how disgruntled such persons may be.
The APC National Chairman, Oshiomhole was reported to have escaped a major attempt on his life by armed thugs who swooped on his Benin residence in Okorotun Street, GRA, on Saturday. The thugs were said to have shot sporadically into the air.
Omo- Agege who called on the police to fish out the perpetrators and bring them to book, said that this will serve as a deterrent to others that political violence is not the best way to resolve conflicts if any.
Omo-Agege said, “Such criminal attack, remains utterly condemnable and illegal. Whatever their grievances, they should learn to explore dialogue rather than resort to violence.
” I call on the police to get to the root of the matter by prosecuting those involved in the act. It is my belief that the fine principles and ethos of democratic practice do have inbuilt mechanisms through which internal wranglings can be resolved without recourse to violence as it was the case in Edo State on Saturday.
“I would like to call on the parties involved to explore those options that would strengthen the party as entrenched in the constitution of the APC as that is the best way to move the state and the nation to the Next Level in which all citizens are expected to reap the dividends of the trust they reposed in the government led by President Muhammadu Buhari.”
Omo-Agege also called on parents to warn their wards against political violence, adding that the attack negated democratic principles.
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Video: University student dragged out of class by parents of a girl he got pregnant

Video: University student dragged out of class by parents of a girl he got pregnant

The University of Ghana seems embroiled in sex related scandals at the moment as one student was dragged out of class by parents of a girl he got pregnant.
A video which has gone viral on social media shows a chaotic scene that ensued after the parents and relatives of the pregnant girl stormed the Lecture hall where the unidentified student was having a lecture, and dragged him out.
The aftermath of the incident is still not known, see video below;


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Bursted: Police officers caught on camera assaulting a lawyer in Anambra (Video)

Bursted: Police officers caught on camera assaulting a lawyer in Anambra (Video)
The video of some police officers assaulting a lawyer in Onitsha, Anambra state has surfaced online.
In the video posted online by a Facebook user, Ben Chuks Udoh, the policemen could be seen charging at the lawyer and asking him “what was his concern” in a matter that they were handling.
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In other news, the Anambra State Police command have apprehended the man who assaulted some Enugu Electricity Distribution Company (EEDC) staff after being served an electricity bill he claimed was outrageous at Umuoji road in Ogidi area of Anambra state.
It was earlier reported that the man locked in and assaulted the EEDC staff over move to disconnect his apartment from the power grid.
A video update shared on social media revealed that the man has been arrested by the police and will also be prosecuted over charges bordering on assault.
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APC cries out, says PDP dead, Nigeria becoming one-party state

APC cries out, says PDP dead, Nigeria becoming one-party state


The ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) on Sunday in Abuja officially announced the “obituary” of the country’s main opposition, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), lamenting that though a democratic Nigeria needs a vibrant opposition to hold the ruling party accountable, it was unfortunate that the PDP and its “comedy theatre group”, the Coalition of United Political Parties CUPP, have become a joke, irresponsible and rudderless.
The APC, in a statement by its National Publicity Secretary, Mallam Lanre Issa-Onilu, noted that democracy cannot be fully operational in a situation where Nigeria’s “supposed main opposition” has become a crude joke.
“Nigeria deserves a strong, vibrant opposition to play its conventional role in the polity to deepen democracy. Sadly, Nigeria is becoming a one-party state. As a party that believes in democracy and progressive politics, we cannot pretend any longer.
“Democracy cannot be said to be fully operational in a situation where the supposed ‘main’ opposition party, PDP has become a joke, irresponsible and rudderless”, said the APC.
The statement said even as the “governing party”, it recognises the importance of rigorous and intelligent interrogation of its policies and programmes by the opposition.
It added that there are a lot to gain by Nigeria’s democracy and the country in an atmosphere of robust engagement by responsible and patriotic opposition. “The political system we practise has important roles for the political parties outside of power. The system envisaged that such parties would provide alternative viewpoints and put the governing party on its toes.
“Instead, the PDP and their minions have in the name of opposition continued to distract the government and Nigerians with their post-election delusions, salacious fictions, conjured rifts in government circles and of course the lowest of it all, the pathetic and senseless Jubril of Sudan malicious tale, among other fake news. Tragic!
“It is sad that PDP has finally proved incapable of filling this important democratic space. The other mushroom parties are even worse. Some of the smaller parties are filled with incurable charlatans issuing infantile weekly press statements on behalf of the PDP. Our democracy deserves better”, APC added.
The statement further declared that; “The so-called Coalition of United Political Parties CUPP, which could have filled the vacuum and engaged the APC administration in useful debates over governance, has become a comedy theatre group and frontline PDP minion. CUPP has the unenviable mandate to try to intimidate and blackmail important state institutions such as INEC, the judiciary, and security agencies, on behalf of PDP with the hope of gaining political advantage having been rejected by the majority of the voters.
“As the current administration tackles our national challenges and at a period we all should focus on issues of nation-building, the best PDP and its acolytes are offering is a distraction.
“While the PDP wallows in its obscene conducts, Nigeria under the President Muhammadu Buhari-led APC administration will continue to consolidate on its status as Africa’s largest economy.
“Despite inheriting a battered economy, the administration is growing the economy after pulling it out of recession. The administration’s record investments in agriculture, social investments and infrastructure projects is paying off hugely. For one, we are now currently the largest rice-producing country in Africa as a direct result of conscientious efforts to diversify the economy.
“Our age-long corruption and impunity challenges is no longer the norm. The fight against corruption is on course. Collectively and individually, a reorientation in our national life and thinking is emerging.
“With the continued support of well-meaning Nigerians, we will do more for the shared prosperity, peace and progress of our dear nation”, said the APC.
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Download: Txbeat - Pokemon (Video + Audio)

Download: Txbeat - Pokemon (Video + Audio)
Download: Txbeat - Pokemon (Video + Audio)

On a more romantic note, Love is beautiful though. Love tune from Txbeat titled Pokemon, the song explains itself romantically (a chill pill)
As the inspiration came as a freestyle while he was in the studio, with ease this lovely tune was dished


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President Buhari suspends international travels for cabinet members, heads of agencies

President Buhari suspends international travels for cabinet members, heads of agencies

President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday ordered the immediate suspension of international travels by all cabinet members and heads of government agencies.



According to Willie Bassey, Director Information Office of Secretary to the Government of the Federation, in a statement, the directive is sequel to the presentation of the 2020 Appropriation Bill by the President to the National Assembly to enable ministers personally lead the process of Budget defence.

The statement read “Sequel to the presentation of the 2020 Appropriation Bill by @NGRPresident to the National Assembly, President Muhammadu Buhari has directed the immediate suspension of international travels by all Cabinet Members and Heads of Government Agencies so as to enable Honourable Ministers personally lead the process of Budget defence at the National Assembly.

“The suspension of such travels will enable Functionaries and Agencies of the Executive Arm to provide the required cooperation with the Legislature in order to ensure timely passage of the Appropriation Bill.

“Honourable Ministers who have already secured approval to travel are by this directive, required to revalidate such approvals with Mr. President after confirming the Schedule of Appearances with the relevant committees of the National Assembly.

“Furthermore, all Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) have been directed to liaise with the relevant committees of the National Assembly for their Schedules of Budget defence.
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