Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Annie Idibia shares childhood photo


Actress Annie Idibia shared this throwback photo
of when she was about 5 or 6 years old and
wrote:
Throw back .... Memories though, just
before my parents separation,before things
went bad.. the girl with me(April) was my
friend ,we were both about 5/6years
old,we used play together after school.. I
was such a Cute lil girl right?? ๐Ÿ™ˆ๐Ÿ™ˆ
#blackGirlMagic #Grateful2God Grace/
Grass---finally GRACE. #blessed ๐Ÿ™ My first
daughter is definitely my replica ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿ’ƒ

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Trump visit plan 'puts Queen in difficult position'


Theresa May's decision to invite Donald Trump to
a state visit has put the Queen in a "very difficult
position", a former head of the Foreign Office
says.
In a letter to The Times, Lord Ricketts said the
offer had been "premature".
A petition calling for the state visit to be cancelled
has already gathered more than 1.5 million
signatures.
On Monday, thousands of people across the UK
joined protests against Mr Trump's travel ban on
seven mainly Muslim countries.
The controversial immigration measures prompted
an emergency debate in parliament on Monday.

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Trump sacks defiant attorney general


Donald Trump has fired the acting US attorney
general, after she questioned the legality of his
immigration ban.
Sally Yates, who had been appointed under Barack
Obama, earlier ordered justice department lawyers
not to enforce the president's executive order.
Dana Boente, US attorney for the Eastern District of
Virginia, replaced her as acting attorney general.

He has directed the department to enforce Mr
Trump's order.
In a statement, the White House said Ms Yates had
"betrayed" the department.
Mr Trump's order temporarily banned nationals
from seven Muslim-majority countries from
entering the US, and sparked street protests in the
US and abroad.

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Quebec mosque attack: Student Alexandre Bissonnette charged


Canadian police have charged a French-Canadian student over the fatal shooting of
six Muslim worshippers at a mosque in Quebec.
Alexandre Bissonnette was charged with six counts of first-degree murder and five of
attempted murder.
The 27-year-old is due to appear in a Quebec City court over Sunday evening's
attack, during evening prayers at the Quebec Islamic Cultural Centre.
Vigils are being held across Canada to commemorate those killed and injured.
More than 50 people were at the mosque when the shooting erupted just before
20:00 on Sunday.
Five people are still in hospital with injuries and another 12 people with minor
injuries were treated and released, said hospital officials.
A man of Moroccan heritage who was also arrested after the attack, Mohamed Khadir,
is now being treated as a witness.
Quebec provincial police have released the names of all six victims who were killed:
Father-of-three Azzeddine Soufiane, 57, a grocer and butcher
Khaled Belkacemi, 60, a professor in the food science department at Laval
University
Father-of-three, Abdelkrim Hassen, 41, an IT worker for the government
Aboubaker Thabti, 44, and two Guinean nationals, Mamadou Tanou Barry, 42, and
Ibrahima Barry, 39
The suspect was arrested in his car on a bridge leading from Quebec City to Ile
d'Orleans, where he called police to say he wanted to cooperate with the authorities.
According to CBC News, Mr Bissonnette studied political science and anthropology at
Laval University, whose campus is about 3km (two miles) away from the mosque.
The Montreal Gazette reports that the suspect dressed up as the Grim Reaper for
Halloween, according to his Facebook page, which has now been taken offline.
On the social network, he also reportedly "liked" US President Donald Trump and
French National Front leader Marine Le Pen.
Francois Deschamps, an official with an advocacy group, Welcome to Refugees, said
the suspect was known for his far-right views.
"It's with pain and anger that we learn the identity of terrorist Alexandre Bissonnette,
unfortunately known to many activists in Quebec for taking nationalist, pro-Le Pen
and anti-feminist positions at Laval University and on social media," Mr Deschamps
wrote on organisation's Facebook page.
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Thousands join anti-Trump protests


Thousands of people have joined protests in
London and in cities around the UK against a
controversial travel ban on seven mainly Muslim
countries imposed by US President Donald Trump.
The ban bars citizens from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya,
Somalia, Sudan and Yemen.
MPs are holding an emergency debate on the
immigration measures.
A petition calling for PM Theresa May to cancel Mr
Trump's planned state visit to the UK has gathered
more than 1.5 million signatures.
The demonstration in London, organised by author
and columnist Owen Jones, took place outside 10
Downing Street.
In pictures: Trump travel ban protests
US diplomats 'to criticise immigrant ban'
Johnson: Ban won't affect UK nationals
The crowd chanted slogans including "shame on
May". Reporters at the scene said there were
several thousand people on the streets.
The prime minister's office said earlier in the day
that Mrs May was "very happy" to extend the
invitation to Mr Trump on behalf of the Queen.
Mrs May is also facing growing calls to say
whether she was briefed on the controversial travel
ban when she met Mr Trump in Washington last
week.
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Monday, January 30, 2017

Trump executive order: White House stands firm over travel ban






US President Donald Trump's decision to halt all refugee admissions and temporarily bar people from seven Muslim-majority countries has sparked protests across the country, and drawn condemnation from the wider world. Others see the executive order as Mr Trump making good on election promises to "make America great again". But what is the order, dubbed the "Muslim ban" by those rallying against it, and who exactly does it affect? Here are some key points from the full text explained. What is happening? The order brings in a suspension of the US Refugee Admissions Programme for 120 days There is also an indefinite ban on Syrian refugees And anyone arriving from seven Muslim-majority countries - Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Yemen - faces a 90-day visa suspension.
Some visa categories, such as diplomats and the UN, are not included in the suspension The order also introduces a cap of 50,000 refugees to be accepted in 2017, against a limit of 110,000 set by former President Barack Obama Priority will be given to religious minorities facing persecution in their countries. In an interview, Mr Trump singled out Christians in Syria A suspension of the Visa Interview Waiver Program, which allows consular officers to exempt some applicants from face-to-face interviews if they are seeking to renew their temporary visas within a year of expiry Exceptions could be made on a case-by-case basis Victims vent fury World reaction Order sows seeds of panic Who is affected by the ban? All travellers who have nationality or dual nationality of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen are not permitted to enter the US for 90 days, or be issued an immigrant or non-immigrant visa. This includes those who share dual nationality with allied countries, including the UK, although Canada has been told its dual nationals are not affected. However, the UK foreign office put out a statement saying only those dual nationals travelling from one of the blacklisted seven countries might be subject to extra checks. It said those travelling from any other country to the US would not be affected and should not be subjected to any extra vetting, "regardless of your nationality or your place of birth". However, one Scottish veterinary student - who travels on an Iranian passport - was unable to fly home from her holiday in Costa Rica because she was told her transit visa for the US was no longer valid. White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus said US green-card holders - legal residents - would not be affected, although he admitted to NBC's Meet the Press programme that they could be subject to greater questioning at airports. How is it being implemented? There has been a lot of confusion and uncertainty. A federal judge issued a temporary halt to the deportation of visa holders or refugees stranded at US airports, after the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a case in response to Mr Trump's executive order.
The group estimated that between 100 and 200 people were being detained at airports or in transit. The administration put the figure at 109 people Air passengers have been prevented from boarding US-bound flights. There were also reports of cabin crew who were barred from entering the country, but no figures were given Despite claims that green card holders (US permanent residents) from the seven countries will not be affected, officials have indicated that those overseas at the time of the order will have to be assessed on a case-by-case basis before being allowed back into the US, and extra screening might be required. Lawyers and advocacy groups have been advising green card holders in the US to postpone plans to travel abroad Image copyright Reuters Image caption Demonstrations against the order were held in Dallas and other US airports It is also not clear the impact the suspension of the Visa Interview Waiver Program would have on visa requests and consular services around the world. Experts said travellers might expect longer waiting times American citizens travelling to the seven countries could be detained for questioning as well in the future, Mr Trump's chief of staff, Reince Priebus, said. They are not included in the order, either. Is it legal? It appears not to be on the face of it. And the courts will certainly have to weigh some of the arguments of the parties. The US used to ban entrants from specific countries and entire regions. But in 1965, the US Congress passed the Immigration and Nationality Act which said that no person could be "discriminated against in the issuance of an immigrant visa because of the person's race, sex, nationality, place of birth or place of residence". So, the exclusion of all Syrians would be enough to challenge Mr Trump in court. The fact that they are all Muslim countries lends weight to the argument that the order is "anti-Muslim" - which Trump aides have been keen to dismiss. Supporters of Mr Trump's order mention the post-9/11 attacks and the ability of the administration to take measures to protect national security. And they cite the president's powers stemming from a 1952 law on "Inadmissible Aliens" to "suspend the entry" of "any class of aliens" that he finds are detrimental to the interest of the United States. They also suggest that US presidents can set aside the 1965 law. The most cited example is that of President Jimmy Carter who barred some Iranians during the 1980 crisis over 52 Americans being held hostage in Tehran. What did Trump say? Mr Trump said the halt on the refugee programme was needed to give government agencies time to develop a stricter vetting system and ensure that visas were not issued to individuals posing a national security threat.
"To be clear, this is not a Muslim ban, as the media is falsely reporting," the President said in a statement released on Facebook. "This is not about religion - this is about terror and keeping our country safe. There are over 40 different countries worldwide that are majority Muslim that are not affected by this order. "We will again be issuing visas to all countries once we are sure we have reviewed and implemented the most secure policies over the next 90 days." Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Mr Trump's order has been strongly criticised by rights groups Syrians applying for resettlement in the US were already subject to a complex process of background investigation and security screenings, in a process that could take between 18 to 24 months. Mr Priebus said the seven countries had been included because Congress and the Obama administration had identified them as "the most watched countries harbouring terrorists". Others could be added later, he said. What do critics say? Rights groups say Mr Trump's order targets Muslims because of their faith and that they will legally challenge his move. They also say no refugees have been convicted of terrorism-related crimes. They also say that the most recent attacks in the US were carried out by US nationals or citizens from the countries not included in the travel ban:
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23-year-old Miss World Kenya- Nyamira County 2016 passes away


Miss World Kenya -Nyamiri County 2016, Mercy Mokeira has passed away, her father
confirmed to eDaily Kenya.
Last year, LIB posted a photo of two Kenyan beauty queens and two inmates at
Lang'ata Women's Prison, which went viral with online users pointing out that the
prisoners are more beautiful than the queens.
The photo shows the late Miss World Kenya-Nyamira County (second from left) and
Miss World Kenya-Siaya County posing next to two female inmates, including Ruth
Wanjiku Kamende, who stabbed her boyfriend 22 times, during a visit on International
Women's Day.

Mokeira died aged 23 on Saturday, January 28, at 11:30am at North Kinangop
Hospital, where she had been hospitalised since mid January 2017.
Mercy Mokeira had fallen ill last year December and was admitted to a hospital in
Kijabe after complaining of neck pain. At the hospital, she was diagnosed with
thyroid disease. She got well and was later discharged.
However, mid January 2017, she fell ill again and was taken to North Kinangop
Hospital. On the second admission, she was frail and couldn’t talk or do things by
herself.
Her blood samples were taken to Nairobi for testing on Tuesday, but before a report
could be presented to North Kinangop Hospital, she died.
“My first born child, Mercy Mokeira, died today (Saturday, January 28) – and my
family is headed to North Kinangop Hospital to transfer her body to a morgue in
Gilgil. It is such a sad day for me,” her father, Josephat Momanyi told EDAILY on
phone at 8:50pm Saturday.
Miss World Kenya franchise holder Terry Mungai has eulogized Mercy Mokeira as a
lively and hard-working lady.
"I am saddened by the death of Mercy Mokeira. I pass my condolences to her family
and the entire Nyamira County. Mokeira was a very cheerful lady, and she did a good
job in the fight against jigger infestation in different parts of the country."
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Sunday, January 29, 2017

"You are self-centered and stingy" - Dj Real calls out Small Doctor


Read his open letter

I'm writing this Open Letter to all street
DJs and my fans to learn from my
mistake. Been keeping silence for the past
few months now based on what happened
between me and Small Doctor who thinks
he's bigger than the person who stoodby
him, believed In his talent and did all his
possible best to help him get to where he
Is today with GOD's blessing.
1. I Got to know him through a friend and
artist called O'black some years back as
his bike boy who drops him off at shows.
O'black Introduced him to me. That he
can be of help to me anytime I want to
visit Alaba Market to drop jobs done for
the marketers.. That's how he became my
personal Bike Boy which I do pay him. Not
until a day one of his Agege brother called
"Mayor" brought him to me that he want
me to help his career and I told Mayor
that Small Doctor never told me that he
sings but with love I accepted him as a
brother without collecting a dime or ask
him to sign any agreement with my outfit
#RealBeatPlanet.
Why I took over his job personally with
love was when I heard that one of his
written #Gbagaun was stolen by O'black
and featured Konga. That was when I
personally took him to Dresan to Rrecord
the song which Is his very first single and
I gave him massive promotion. I also
remembered vividly that I took him to
some street Djs back then but they all
turned him down that they can't promote
a tout song and I shouldered all his
promotion and responsibilities.
2. The purpose for this letter Is because I
get different calls and false accusation by
some DJs which he now see as saviours
ever since I dropped him off my Label.
That I was the one blocking their way from
Small Doctor for not giving them money
for promotion they are doing for him.
They never knew what I was going
through within myself, because the so
called artist Is a self-centered and stingy
that he finds It hard to settle me on any
show he gets which I never ask him again
after series of meetings and no result.
3. When I released the Best Of Small
Doctor which took over everywhere, I was
first challenged and sanctioned at Alaba
Market by the marketers, so I had to
pressurize him before he dropped 30k to
settle all marketers but I rather took him
down to alaba market to host all the
marketers because the money he dropped
can't sort anything than to just buy drinks
for the marketers and they all accepted
him as their son because they know I
never for once been bad to them.
My witnesses at Alaba Market that very
day are #PersonEntertainment
#UnclePromise #RudeBoyEntertainment
#V12Graphics #UprightEntertainment
#ObikwuEntertainment. I was also
challenge In the year 2015 At D'tunes
house when we were hosted by Dtunes
base on his new artists signed then.
On our way out all the street Djs hosted
that day were accusing me of not giving
them money Small Doctor gave me to sort
them and I replied them that If he gave me
any money to sort them that I shouldn't
see the end of 2015.
But all thanks to almighty Allah I'm alive
today. The likes of Dj Mellowshe, Dj
Money, Dj Murbeat, Dj Samba, Dj B5 And
Churchill And Stud were also my witness.
Now that he sees none of his song on my
Track List anymore, he now finds his way
to go spend lot of money to persuade
those Djs he never for once had respect
for which I was doing for him free of
charge before.
Lesson learnt. My advice to all street Djs
Is don't help any artiste all In the name of
pity or he has talent, without signing a
deal or contract. Learn from my mistake.
And for Small Doctor please kindly remove
my label name from your social media
handle. Am not GOD who blessed you and
I will never pray for your career to end
soon, but your pride and ego I pray It
won't ruin you.
God Bless You All Thanks ( Dj Real)"
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So sad! Sports Minister Solomon Dalung loses first wife


Sports Minister Solomon Dalung has lost his first
wife. He got on Facebook this morning to share
the sad news. He wrote:

"I AM BEREAVED:
For it is appointed for man to live
thereafter comes death and judgment says
the Holy Bible. While in the Quran, it states
that it is appointed that every soul shall
test death.
My heart is heavy, I cannot continue, I lost
my first wife this morning. May her soul
and the souls of faithful departed rest in
the bosom of the Lord, amen.
What a black Sunday".
May her soul rest in peace. Amen!
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Roger Federer trounce Rafael Nadal to win 18th Grand Slam title


Tennis star, Roger Federer won his 18th Grand
Slam title and first title in five years with an
amazing five-set victory over Rafael Nadal in the
Australian Open final.
The 35-year-old Swiss won 6-4 3-6 6-1 3-6 6-3
to claim his fifth Melbourne title and extend his
lead at the top of the all-time men's major
winners' list.
30 year old Rafael Nadal remains tied in second
with Pete Sampras on 14 Grand Slams following
his first final since 2014.
Federer's previous major title came at Wimbledon
in 2012. Federer becomes the first man in history
to win five or more titles at three different Grand
Slam events - five Australian Opens, five US
Opens, seven Wimbledons.
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Luis Suarez rescued a late draw for Barcelona at Real Betis, with the champions not being allowed a goal which crossed the line.


La Liga is the only one of Europe's top five leagues
not to have goalline technology - with the Premier
League, Bundesliga, Serie A and Ligue 1 all
bringing it in in the past few years.
The Spanish league has continually said it will not
bring in the system because it is too expensive.
But the calls for it will increase after Barcelona
were denied a legitimate goal that could have a
big impact in the title race.
Soon after Real Betis took the lead, Aleix Vidal's
cross was sent towards goal by a Betis defender
and Mandi slid the ball off the crossbar and away -
but replays clearly showed it was well over the
line.
Barca boss Luis Enrique was diplomatic when
asked about the incident after the game. "Referees
need help, be it cameras or whatever, for
decisions which favours us or not," he said.

Betis give Barca a scare

Despite the fact Barcelona had a legitimate goal
ruled out, the champions were fortunate - on the
balance of play - to have even drawn.

Betis, who rise one place to 13th, had 17 shots to
Barcelona's 10 and Ceballos hit the crossbar from
outside the box before Castro smashed the post
from close range - both at 0-0.

They had a glorious chance to seal the game at
1-0 when top scorer Castro was played in one-on-
one as Barca took risks, but fired the ball straight
at keeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen.

Source : BBC
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US judge suspends president Trump deportations


A US judge has issued a temporary halt to the
deportation of visa holders or refugees stranded
at airports after President Donald Trump issued an
order barring entry to them for 90 days.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a
case in response to the order issued on Friday.
It estimates that 100-200 people are being held at
airports or in transit.
Thousands of people have been protesting at US
airports over Mr Trump's clampdown on
immigration.
His executive order halted the entire US refugee
programme and also instituted a 90-day travel ban
for nationals from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan,
Syria and Yemen.

Those who were already mid-flight were detained
on arrival - even if they held valid US visas or
other immigration permits.
Defending his move, Mr Trump early on Sunday
tweeted : "Our country needs strong borders and
extreme vetting, NOW."
On Saturday, amid protests and court challenges,
he told reporters the order was "working out very
nicely. You see it at the airports, you see it all
over."
Other executive orders issued by Mr Trump on
Saturday were:

A ban on administration officials ever lobbying
on behalf of a foreign government
An order to Defence Secretary Jim Mattis to
come up with a plan within 30 days to defeat
so-called Islamic State
Restructuring the National Security Council
with a key role for Steve Bannon , the former
populist right-wing media executive who is
now Mr Trump's top strategist
'Irreparable injury'
The ruling from federal Judge Ann Donnelly, in
New York, prevented the removal from the US of
people with approved refugee applications, valid
visas, and "other individuals... legally authorised
to enter the United States".

The emergency ruling also said there was a risk of
"substantial and irreparable injury" to those
affected.
Her ruling is not on the constitutionality of Mr
Trump's executive order. What will happen to
those still held at airports remains unclear.
In its response, the Department of Homeland
Security said it would continue to enforce the
measures that on Saturday had affected "less than
1% of the more than 325,000 international air
travellers who arrive every day".
It added that the US government "retains its right
to revoke visas at any time if required for national
security or public safety".

'Dreams shattered' - those affected
"The feeling of injustice is so big, and this ban is
so demeaning! Shame!" - Syrian scientist working
on skin cancer research and living in Germany
who now finds she cannot travel to Philadelphia in
February to visit colleagues.
"Dreams shattered" - cardiology fellow from
Jordan whose Syrian wife's family cannot come to
visit in the US.
"We may try our chances with other countries" -
Iranian professional in Washington DC, whose wife
is now stuck overseas.

Mo Farah: 'I might have to tell my children I can't
home'
US entry ban victims vent fury
The case was brought early on Saturday on behalf
of two Iraqi men detained at JFK Airport in New
York.
One worked for the US military in Iraq. The other
is married to a former US military contract
employee.
Both have now been released. Another court
hearing is set for February.
Lee Gelernt, deputy legal director of the Immigrants
Rights Project, who argued the case in court said
that some people had been threatened with being
"put back on a plane" later on Saturday.
Mr Gelernt also said the judge had ordered the
government to provide a list of names of those
detained under the order.
Judges elsewhere in the US have also ruled on the
issue:
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A man tears the Holy Bible after a Catholic priest destroyed a shrine in his community in Anambra (photos)


The young man pictured above, destroyed a copy
of the bible after a catholic priest, Reverend Fr.
Ebubu Muo Nso, destroyed a shrine in his
community in Ekwulobia, Anambra state. In the
video, the man says he is angered that a shrine
built by his forefathers could be destroyed by the
Rev. Father
"The more you burn the shrines the more
version of the Bible I will tear, reverend
father ebube monso arranged some
useless boys to burn our shrines at
ekwuluobia, that is why I tore the Bible
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France has banned free soft drink refills over obesity and diabetes


France has banned restaurants from offering free
soft drink refills over the risk of obesity and
diabetes. The ban which was first passed in April
2015, took effect on Friday, January 27, 2017
after the government said no restaurants should
offer unlimited refill of soda and other sugary
drinks for free.
According to NY Times, the move by France is in
line with WHO recommendations, which has
urged countries to impose a tax on sugary drinks
to battle the increase of obesity in the World.
However, a recent Eurostat survey of adult obesity
put the French at 15.3%, which is just below the
EU average of 15.9%.
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Photos from Laura Ikeji and Ogbonna Kanu's traditional wedding


Laura and Ogbonna Kanu were tied in holy
matrimony at a traditional wedding that took
place in their home town in Nkwerre LGA, of
Imo state. Congrats to the couple. More photos






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Obituary Of Four Brothers Who Died In Car Crash


The heartbreaking obituary of 4 boys, pictured
below, has got people talking because they are
all brothers..
The 4 siblings identified as Biggy, Amany, KB
and Frank, all lost their lives in a fatal crash on
the 24th of January.
See photos below;

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See Photos Of A Multi- Million Naira Ferrari Car Abandoned In Ibadan


This is an abandoned Ferrari F50, somewhere in
Ibadan, rotting away. Successor to the F40 and
only 349 units were built.
It was created to celebrate 50th Anniversary of
Ferrari and unveiled in 1995. Simply described
as the last F1 engined road car. It had a 4.7
Litre V12 mounted at 65°.
The worth of the luxury car with the current
exchange rate runs into a whooping sum of
N793,750,000.00. Its owned by one mysterious
big man named Shef. A social media
commenter said he had seen the car in this
state at the Agodi/ Total Garden area in 2013.
The problem of the Ferrari model remains
unknown. The mechanic expressed hopes of
reviving the car but said it would cost
thousands of dollars to fix it.
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Don't be scared ,they can't pull us down- Harrysong reacts to his arrest


Harrysong has indirectly reacted to his arrest by
owners of his former record label, Five Star Music,
yesterday. Posting a video on his IG page where
himself and his friends were popping bottles of
Champagne, he wrote "Thank you all so so much

for the love and prayers... don't be scared..they
can't pull us down...#samankwe all the way..
#@alterplatemusic".
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Saturday, January 28, 2017

Osita Iheme a.k.a 'Pawpaw' launches music record label, signs 2 artist


Nollywood actor, Osita Iheme, popularly known as
Pawpaw has launched his own music record label
and has signed a record deal with two young
artists. Pawpaw revealed that he launched his
record label, Young Boss Record, to give talented
Nigerians a chance. To this end, he has signed
two new acts, Barrister Max and Charisma, and
both artists are said to have released their
individual singles. Congratulations bro.
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Linda Ikeji's younger sister, Laura Ikeji's traditional wedding to Ogbonna Kanu(photos)


Linda Ikeji's younger sister, Laura Ikeji Kanu is
marrying Kanu Nwankwo's younger brother,
Ogbonna Kanu, in their village in Nkwerre, Imo
state today. Check out the first photos of the
bride after the cut.






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Harrysong released from police custody


Harrysong was held at the the Onikan command
zone of the state police command due to label conflict( 5Star Music). Now we can
confirm that he has been released. Details of his
condition of release is yet to be made public.
Harrysong and his team are currently preparing a
statement to address the issue.
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Girlfriend Arrested For Beaten Boyfriend To Death Over A Disagreement


A man from Zimbabwe has been killed by his girlfriend after his
skull was fractured during a violent
confrontation over an incident in Njube suburb
area of Zimbabwe.
Mr Nkosilathi Ncube (39) died following a scuffle with his live-in
girlfriend Florence Ncube Mpofu, reports The
Chronicle.
A postmortem conducted revealed
that Ncube died due to the severe head injuries
he sustained.
Ncube’s aunt Mrs Nomazulu Chomwecho
regretted the incident. “We’re just coming from
obtaining a post- mortem which revealed that
he had a crack in the skull and his brain was
full of blood. He was severely assaulted,” said
Mrs Chomwecho.
Mrs. Chomwecho said there are still a lot of
unanswered questions to be answered over
what could have happened leading to Ncube’s
death.
The man’s girlfriend has since been arrested
over the boyfriend’s death.
Lamenting on the death of her nephew, Mrs
Chomwecho added: “He was renting a house in
Njube and when I got there he was struggling
to breath. Within 20 minutes he died while I
was in the house.
She said what they only know so far is that Mr
Ncube was fighting with his girlfriend before
police intervened. Mrs Oppah Dube, who was
Mr Ncube’s landlord, said there had been no
peace between the couple.
She said she used to call the police on several
occasions over the pair’s fights but their
troubles never ended.
“They would fight from time to time. And on
Tuesday they started at around 9PM and I
phoned the police who told me that their
members were on patrol.
They came after two hours and broke into their
room before taking them away to the police
station,” said Mrs Dube.
She said the couple returned at around 3AM
with Mr Ncube struggling to breath.
“I quizzed them on what was wrong because he
was struggling to breath. At around 6AM his
girlfriend rushed to Mr Ncube’s relatives but
they delayed coming. I had already informed
the police that he was struggling to breath. At
about 7AM he died,” Mrs Dube said.
She said she still was in shock as to what
transpired and has some unanswered
questions.
Acting Bulawayo police spokesperson Assistant
Inspector Abednico Ncube could not
immediately comment on the matter as the case
had not reached his office yesterday.
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