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Kukere crooner and MTN Project Fame winner Iyanya on Tuesday June 18 singed a one year contract with telecoms giant, MTN, said to be worth N60 million. The N60m includes sign on fee, performances and appearances for a whole year. Heard Wizkid signed close to N45million with MTN, while Davido signed close to N32 million. These Naija artistes are balling. Big congrats to them!
Mr Anthony Chinedu Ifedigbo, a Nigerian businessman who recently claims his Kenyan wife plots his deportation in order to inherit his properties might have some skeletons in his cupboard. If you missed the exclusive interview, read it here. Several Nigerians living in Kenya have accused him of being a drug dealer. Hear what a Nigerian living in Kenya who has been following the case closely said about him; I think Chinedu is lying, I am a Nigerian citizen working with one international organization in Kenya. I have been living and working in Kenya for the past 8 years and I know much about Chinedu case, the guy is one of the don in the drug world. He has been having series of cases with Kenya government in the area of drug issues, thou he has issues with his Kenya wife which they are both in
I am seated at a local restaurant here at the university town of Nsukka, in Enugu State, Nigeria, drinking a bottle of Fayrouz and listening to the sound of the generator, which is the only source of electricity around here. I have watched your latest music video. I went through the rigour last night. It is the video of the song entitled “Don’t Tell Me Nonsense” and it was awfully disgusting, the song, I mean. Kaffy and the rest of the dancers didn’t disappoint in the video. This is bad, I know, using awful and disgusting, in same sentence. But that is what I feel about what I saw. Brother, D’Banj, a lot has changed since you left your brother and hustle partner, Ajereh, Michael Collins AKA Don Jazzy. Truth. Your songs have been nothing but trash. I wonder if anyone has said anything
The Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Petroleum, Ambassador Abdulazeez Musa who hails from Jigawa State faces the greatest battles in his civil service career, as President Goodluck Jonathan has ordered his removal from office. Already the Head of Service of the Federation, Mr Abba Aji Goni has allegedly directed the most senior director in the ministry to act, while a probe panel is being constituted to investigate the embattled accounting officer of the ministry, in line with civil service rules. Mr. Musa who faces dismissal if found guilty is to answer questions on how he allegedly raised several millions of dollar for the extravagant wedding of his daughter in far away Dubai. The daughter was recently married to the son of a Kogi born businessman, which was attended by several hundreds
A member of the Winners’ Chapel, Mr. Samuel Eleng, is the father of a four-year-old girl, Praise, who returned home after spending two years and three months with kidnappers. He spoke on how she got missing, the trauma the family went through and how she eventually regained freedom. How did your daughter, Praise, get missing? My daughter, Praise, is four years and three months old. She has a twin sister, Glory . I am a member of the Winners’ Chapel. I have been a member since 2000. They were given birth to on April 17, 2009 at Festac town. The way they were delivered was a miracle- 19 children were delivered and they were the only twins and they were taken to the altar and were anointed. When they clocked two years and 10 months on April 17, 2011, I came here with my children, it was an
The actor released the pictures recently. Just check out the swag on him.
A 40-year old man, Ajadi Rafiu, has been charged to a magistrates’ court in Ilorin, Kwara State, northcentral Nigeria, for allegedly using a human being for sacrifice. The accused, a resident of Magaji compound, Kehinde-Oroki village near Igbaja in Ifelodun Local Government Area of the state, who was suspected of using innocent citizens of the village for sacrifice, was alleged to have killed Okita Sunday of the same village to appease his great grandfather, who was the founder of the village. According to the wife of the deceased, Mrs. Salome Okita, the accused, who was arraigned on a one-count charge of culpable homicide, was alleged to have criminally given a native concoction to her husband to drink, which caused him stomach ache and he eventually died. Police First Information Report,
I wish God will forgive me ,it started 2004 when I got married and after some years we could not conceive. Me and my husband went to hospital and I was told that am suffering from blocking of fallopian tubes while my hubby had low sperm count. After some treatment no results and my hubby wanted to travel to London and hoping to come back in 2yrs time. I decided to lie to my hubby that am pregnant and he was happy, after 2months he left for London and I was staying alone. My hubby kept asking after our child and I told him the baby was kicking. I decided to make enquiry about how to adopt. I arranged with one man in river state about adopting twins likely a girl and a boy or 2 boys. After 9months of faking my pregnant to my hubby, doctor told me that the children are ready, I rented a 2 bedroom
Nollywood actor Chinedu Ikedieze’s late father, Mr Michael Ogbonnaya Ikedieze, who died May 18th, will be buried this Saturday June 22nd at their hometown of Uzuakoli in Abia State.
The sex-tape of Big Brother Africa Zimbabwean representative Pokello Nare was leaked and widely spread on the internet few weeks after the show began and it tainted her image badly. According to Ghafla, Pokello’s father, Rtd Col Nare says the incident does not mean his daughter has loose morals as she had a boyfriend and was enjoying herself in private. ‘The video footage was not meant for public consumption and the person who leaked it should be guilty of character assassination. My daughter has a strong personality and would not be weakened by that. She is a successful businesswoman’ said Rtd Col Nare. NET
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has announced 180 points as cut-off marks for admission into Nigerian Universities for the 2013/2014 academic session. The Minister of Education, Professor Ruqayattu Rufai who announced this at the end of a policy meeting with administrators of tertiary institutions in Abuja also announced 150 marks as cut-off point for students seeking admission into polytechnics and colleges of education. Professor Rufai says the reduction in the cut-off marks for polytechnics and colleges of education is aimed at encouraging students to seek admission into those educational institutions. Vice Chancellors, Registrars and Administrators of Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Education as well as the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board attended the
Contrary to what was reported, Durella spoke to Clickvibes on the leaked version of ‘blame it on the money.’ In his own words, he said: “I didn’t sell my song to D’Banj. I only played the song to his hearing once and the next thing I saw was D’Banj featuring Snoop Lion, Big sean; he didn’t even change the title of the song maybe ’cause I told him I don’t know if I should release the song or not no wonder he told me I should not release it” Listen to: D’banj – Blame It On The Money Ft. Snoop Lion, Big Sean
Julius Agwu and wife Ibiere are expecting their second child. Ibiere is already showing. The couple welcomed their first child Zahra in 2009. Congrats to them!
Kel is a Nigerian rapper. She posted the pic above on instagram showing off her ring and in the other one, she looks more than happy.
Five months after the deployment of Nigerian troops as part of the Africa-led International Support Mission to Mali (AFISMA) to fight Islamic insurgents, there is no respite in sight for soldiers who have suffered untold hardship and total neglect of the contingent. PREMIUM TIMES can exclusively report that the 873-man contingent is still making do with poor nutrition, and unpaid allowances of up to three months. The overwhelming perception of other participating countries in the mission is that the Nigerian contingent has fallen short of the United Nations’ standard. “They are struggling to remain in Mali,” a defence source said. They are not being fed good food. They have been eating plain boiled spaghetti twice daily without condiments.” PREMIUM TIMES had exclusively reported the