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Tuesday, 25 July 2017

MUST READ: 'We Are Working Hard To Bring Back Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar' Adamawa PDP Says

PDP chapter in Adamawa state says they are working hard to bring back former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, into their fold.

The Adamawa State chairman of the party, Abdurrahman Bobboi, disclosed this at a press conference in Yola the state capital yesterday July 24th. Recall that Atiku defected from PDP to APC in February 2014.

His attempt to contest for presidency on the platform of the ruling party failed.

The Adamawa state PDP chairman told newsmen yesterday that the PDP national hierarchy and the state chapter are making a concerted effort to convince the former vice president and other founding fathers, who left the party to return.

“The former vice president was a founding member, was vice president under the PDP and he is resourceful. He has acquired vast experience and should not be abandoned. They’re working hard at the center and we are doing same here in his home state,” he said

According to Bobboi, APC has refused to allow Atiku with his vast knowledge help them find solutions to the challenges plaguing the country
“APC is not tapping his experience; we that know his resourcefulness will not give him breathing space until he returns,” he stated.

Bobboi further announced that a reconciliation committee  had been formed at the state level and  would be headed by former Governor Boni Haruna to  bring aggrieved members back to the party.


MUST READ: Shell shuts down key supply pipeline in Nigeria

Anglo-Dutch energy giant Shell said Tuesday it has shut down a key crude supply pipeline in Nigeria’s restive south because of a leak.

Shell subsidiary the Shell Petroleum Development Corporation of Nigeria Ltd (SPDC) said the Trans Niger Pipeline (TNP) was shut on July 21 at B-Dere in Ogoniland.

“Efforts are ongoing for a joint investigation visit to determine the cause of the leak and repair of the pipeline,” the company said in a statement.

The volume of production shut-in was not disclosed.

The TNP feeds the Bonny Light export terminal, which has a production capacity of 225,000 barrels per day of oil.

Militants and oil thieves in the region have repeatedly attacked the pipeline.

Community unrest forced Shell to quit oil production in Ogoniland in 1993 but the company still runs a network of pipelines criss-crossing the area.

A spokesman for the Movement for the Survival of Ogoni People (MOSOP) pressure group said it was not responsible for the latest shutdown.

“We are not involved in the incident we only heard about it. Our position however remains that Shell is not welcome on our land,” Fegalo Nsuke told AFP.

He called on Shell to address the issues of environmental degradation, neglect, injustice and under-development before considering the resumption of production in Ogoniland.

“If they want our oil, they have to take care of the people,” he added.

MOSOP founder Ken Saro-Wiwa was executed with eight other activists by Nigeria’s then-military government in November 1995 on trumped-up murder charges at a secret trial.

Many believed his conviction was politically motivated because of his opposition to Shell’s presence in Ogoniland, where there have been repeated oil spills.

In 2015, Shell agreed to pay £55 million ($72 million, 61 million euros) in compensation to more than 15,500 people in Ogoniland and agreed to start a clean-up of two major spills.


MUST READ: South Korea lifts court TV ban ahead of Park sentencing

South Korea’s Supreme Court on Tuesday lifted a ban on the filming of trials, opening the possibility of live TV coverage of the sentencing of disgraced president Park Geun-Hye and Samsung heir Lee Jae-Yong.

At a rare meeting of justices presided over by Chief Justice Yang Sung-Tae, the court adopted new regulations on filming of trials, effective August 1.

“With the amendment, live TV coverage of lower court and appeals court sentencings will be permitted”, it said.

The measure will help enhance the “people’s right to know”, it added.

Supreme Court spokesman Judge Cho Byung-Koo told us the move gives lower and appeal court judges a free hand in deciding whether to allow live TV coverage of verdicts and sentencings.

“If the courts decide in favour of allowing live transmissions on the grounds of public interest, the decision will overrule protests from the accused”, he said.

“But at moments of sentencing, TV cameras will be ordered to be angled to show the judge only, not the accused”, he said.

Following the decision, it is widely expected that live TV coverage of Park’s sentencing, expected in October, and Samsung heir Lee will be available.

The decision came after a groundswell of public opinion calling for live broadcasts in key trials such as those of Park and Lee.

The Supreme Court has only allowed live online streaming for its own rulings so far.

Park, 65, has been on trial over a sprawling corruption scandal that saw millions take to the streets and led to her downfall.

She was impeached by parliament in December after mass demonstrations demanding her removal over a scandal centred on her long-time friend Choi Soon-Sil and implicating some of the country’s top businessmen.

Park was detained soon after her dismissal and indicted on 18 charges including bribery, coercion and abuse of power for offering governmental favours to tycoons.

On her most serious count, Park is accused of taking or seeking bribes totalling 59.2 billion won ($52 million) for Choi or herself, most of which went to non-profit foundations which Choi controlled.

At Lee’s trial Tuesday, prosecutors said Park and Lee secretly met unaccompanied three times — in 2014, 2015 and last year — and discussed bribes in return for policy favours including government support for Lee’s succession to the business empire of his bed-ridden father Lee Kun-Hee.

But Lee’s lawyers dismissed the allegations as “groundless assumptions”.
Lee’s verdict and sentence is expected to come late August.


VIDEO: Oritsefemi – Our Government I Beg (OGIB)

VIDEO: Oritsefemi – Our Government I Beg (OGIB)

Oritsefemi present the Official music video for Our Government I Beg.



DOWNLOAD: May D – E Dey Your Body

May D – E Dey Your Body: May D has resumed the Music Industry with another brand new hit song he titles “E Dey Your Body.”
Download and Enjoy!

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Thursday, 20 July 2017

VIDEO: Duncan Mighty – Mama Born Dem

Duncan Mighty premieres the much anticipated video to his hit single titled Mama Born Dem.

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VIDEO : Yemi Alade – Charliee

Yemi Alade is back with the video of her very interesting song she titled “Charliee”

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Wednesday, 19 July 2017

MUST READ: Trump opens election panel with demand for voter data

President Donald Trump launched a highly controversial investigation into election integrity Wednesday, with a demand that reluctant US states turn over data about voters.

“This commission is tasked with the sacred duty of upholding the integrity of the ballot box and the principle of one citizen, one vote,” Trump said in launching the panel at the White House.

“Every time voter fraud occurs, it canceled out the vote of a lawful citizen and undermines democracy. You can’t let that happen.”

The panel was set up after Trump made unsubstantiated claims that his loss of the popular vote in the November elections was caused by voter fraud.

Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by a margin of three million ballots, but did not win the state-based electoral college tally that decides US elections.

“In addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally,” Trump claimed in a November 27 tweet that prompted widespread outrage.

Experts say there is little evidence to support the idea that voter fraud is a significant problem.

Trump’s critics say the panel is cover for an assault on voting rights. In protest, many states have refused to hand over data to the Republican-led commission.

“I’m pleased that more than 30 states have already agreed to share the information with the commission and the other states, that information will be forthcoming,” Trump insisted.

“If any state does not want to share this information, one has to wonder what they’re worried about,” Trump said. “There’s something. There always is.”

The American Civil Liberties Union, a rights advocacy group, has initiated a series of legal challenges.

“The Trump administration are launching a nationwide assault on voting rights,” said Dale Ho, director of the ACLU’s voting rights project.

“Asking for details on every single voter in the US is deeply alarming and raises significant privacy concerns.

“States are right to balk at turning over massive reams of personal information in what clearly is a campaign to suppress the vote.”

Rights groups and democrats have long accused Republicans of trying to suppress the votes of poor and black voters via onerous ID and registration requirements.


VIDEO: VJ Adams – Like 2 Touch

VJ Adams – Like 2 Touch. VJ Adams is close to the release of ‘Perception’ project.

The all round entertainer shares the visual for the latest party starter ‘Like 2 Touch.’ The Tiwezi – produced song is a fire cracker as VJ Adams delivers party ready rhymes in the visual which further brings the song to life.

Directed by Avalon Okpe.




DOWNLOAD MUSIC: Chris Tukiss – Poverty RIP

Chris Tukiss is back again with yet another beautiful tune which he calls ‘RIP’ . The tune is a mixture of afrobeat with a feel of dancehall. If you used to be broke but now living better then I guess this your song…LOL!. The song was produced by Sunny D.

Follow Chris on his social media platforms as he will be giving out freebies to promote his singles  Instagram, Facebook & Twitter @chris_tukiss

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DOWNLOAD MUSIC: Erigga ft Skales – You Dey Spit Sha

Erigga premieres yet another interesting song titled “You Dey Spit Sha”, featuring Skales.

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VIDEO: Awilo Longomba – Esopi Yo ft. Tiwa Savage

Awilo Longomba backups the debut of he’s new song with the official video as a follow up few hours after, its titled Esopi and he had Tiwa Savage featured in it.

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