Monday, February 11, 2019

Sunday, February 10, 2019

Many Feared Dead As Tanker Explosion Hits Anambra
Anambra tanker explosion

Many people were feared killed and no fewer than 10 vehicles, 7 buildings and shops were destroyed after a petrol tanker fell at Amawbia round about, near Governor’s lodge in Anambra state.

The incident happened about 9.20pm on Saturday, close to the Fire Service office. The State Police Public Relations Officer, Haruna Mohammed, while confirming the incident, described it as sad and unfortunate.

Friday, February 08, 2019

[Music] Moe'Nice (Orinlabi)- Mama Africa "Prod. Blaqman"
[Music] Moe'Nice (Orinlabi)- Mama Africa "Prod. Blaqman"

Moe’nice (orinlabi) as fondly called is finally back after taking time away from the music scene with his much anticipated song titled “Mama Africa” the final year student of the federal university of technology akure has a nice vocals and well combined lyrics as his music is punctuated throughout with elements of R’n’B, Hip Hop & Afro Pop.

This song is extremely an outstanding hit, good sound, standard & an overwhelming quality.

Enjoy!

Ig and twitter handle
@Iammoe_nice

Download Moe'Nice - Mama Africa Mp3

Thursday, February 07, 2019

Wednesday, February 06, 2019

#AsuuSTRIKE : ASUU Results To Voting For Continuation Of Strike
Asuu strike update

At least 80% of members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) have voted for the continuation of the ongoing nationwide strike.

It was gathered that over 200 members of the University of Ibadan, UI, chapter of the Union who attended the congress voted for the continuation of the strike while a little above 50 voted for its suspension with conditions.

According to one of the ASUU members, the members who voted did not even consider the third option which states that the strike should be suspended with conditions.

Speaking after the referendum, Dr. Deji Omole, Chairman of the University of Ibadan Chapter, said the referendum was conducted to know if the union should end the strike or not.

He affirmed that members voted for the continuation of the strike because the government is yet to meet all of its demand. ASUU and the Nigerian government are yet to come to an agreement on funds for the revitalisation of universities.

The union is demanding N50billion but the FG released only N25billion, saying it does not have N50billion. Speaking after the last meeting, Chris Ngige, Minister for Labour and Employment said, “We have met it halfway. We have offered what we have; we don’t have N50 billion.”

Saturday, February 02, 2019

36Naija Tips 'Sensational' Davido As The Artiste Of The Year  2019

36naija davido

Nigerian music star, Davido is indeed the rave of  the moment after having a stellar rise lst year wuth songs like Assurance, Nwa Baby, Like That.
His record label, Davido Music Worldwide made up the likes of Mayorkun, Yonda, Peruzzi, Ichaba are doing a great job, not to mention that the in-house music producer, Fresh winning the Afrimma award.
36Naija tips Davido as the artiste of the year in 2019.

Sunday, January 20, 2019

#AsuuStrike : ASUU, FG To Resume Talks On Monday - (Details)
asuu strike

The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU and the Federal Government are to resume talks Monday (tomorrow) on how to resolve the impasse over the two-month-old strike embarked upon by lecturers.

National President of ASUU, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, confirmed the development in a telephone interview with newsmen in Abuja, on Friday.

He, however, said the union was not optimistic about the prospects of an early resolution of the industrial dispute.

In response to a question on whether there had been any fresh development with regard to the resolution of the dispute, Ogunyemi said ”nothing new”. The ASUU President said the union is tired of government’s failed promises.

He further explained that in order to forestall a situation where ASUU and the government would restart negotiations on arrears of earned academic allowances, both sides had agreed that “it would be mainstreamed into the 2019 budget.” Members of ASUU went on strike on November 4, 2018, to demand for improved funding of universities and implementation of previous agreements with the government.
The union is also seeking the implementation of the 2009 FGN/ASUU agreements, Memorandum of Understanding (MoU; 2012 and 2013) and Memorandum of Action (MoA, 2017), among others.

Friday, January 18, 2019

Ritualist Den Uncovered In Ekiti

Ekiti State police command has busted a ritualists’ shrine in Odo, Ekiti State and arrested two suspected ritualists.
Ritialist Den Uncovered In Ekiti


The Commissioner of Police, Asuquo Amba, who led a team of officers and journalists to the forest where the shrine was located, said the hideout could be a den of kidnappers, fraudsters and other undesirable elements.
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Odo, where the shrine was discovered is a satellite town of about 10 kilometres to Ado Ekiti and it is home to a private polytechnic. Asuquo said: “We trekked a few kilometres into the forest before arriving at the well laid out shrine.
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We discovered a hidden underground in one of the houses at the shrine and there were fetish objects all over the place. These fake foreign currencies suggest that the operators of this shrine are fraudsters. .
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These two men were apprehended when the police raided the hideout. The community head, Akitipa of Odo has also been invited by the police to assist in the investigation.“

Thursday, January 17, 2019