Friday, 27 May 2016

PATORANKING TURNS 26, CELEBRATES HIS BIRTHDAY






The reggae/dancehall artist turns 26 today....The Nigerian artist shared this photo on his instagram page.... Happy Birthday



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LINDA IKEJI GETS EPIC REPLY FROM A FAN ON


Linda Ikeji recently committed a grammatical error which has since been trending on twitter. In this screenshot she got an epic reply from a fan. See screenshot below.


MTN LAUNCHES WHO WANT TO BE A MILLIONAIRE, YOU CAN PLAY AND WIN ONLINE




who want to be a millionaire app

who want to be a millionaire app



No time for some unprofitable apps taking unnecessary space on one's device. If you have been dreaming of having a chance to feature on MTN-sponsored syndicated game show WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE? (WWTBAM) but do not know when and if that dream to showcase your knowledge and become a Millionaire will ever come true, you can now start celebrating because the game can now be played on your device wherever you are.


MTN has recently developed the WWTBAM app which is on Google Play Store for free and will be available on Facebook in the coming weeks.
Using the app will not only be for leisure or intellectual gains, top players will win weekly and monthly cash prizes, in addition the App provides another means of getting on the hot seat to win up to Ten Million Naira as top weekly and monthly players will be invited to try their luck in fastest fingers first.

Announcing this over the weekend at a media parley which had in attendance several members of the press, Olumide Akinlabi, Media Director for Ultima Limited (producers of the show) , stated that the introduction of the WWTBAM Nigerian app was long overdue and this will give more Nigerians the opportunity to test their knowledge and also win money while doing so.

The Nigerian version of Who wants to be a millionaire? is based on the original British format of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? It first aired on 8 October 2004.WWTBAM which is currently in its 15th season, airs every Sunday on Nigerian Television stations and is hosted by broadcaster Frank Edoho.

On September 11, 2009, Aroma Ufodike became the first person to win the ₦10,000,000, and currently, he is the only one who won the top prize of this game show.

http://www.newseveryhour.com/2016/05/mtn-who-wants-to-be-millionaire-goes-on.html

CLARENCE PETERS ROBBED OF GADGETS WORTH $60,000


CLARENCE PETERS

Top music video director, Clarence Peters, was robbed of his production equipment and other belongings estimated at $60,000 in Accra,Ghana. The prolific award-winning video director is currently in Ghana shooting music videos for Stonebwoy, Patoranking and VVIP's Reggie Rockstone.

Reggie Rockstone, who confirmed the robbery incident this afternoon while speaking on Accra-based Radio Gold, described it as unfortunate and a big disgrace to Ghana. He also recounted how it had happened, saying the thief had been captured on CCTV.

"Clarence brought his own camera crew, who he has been working with for years and he stayed at Alisa Hotel during the video shoot. On Tuesday night by 2: 00 am we saw the CTTVfootage of a young man neatly dressed, he walked into the room and picked up the bag (of equipments)and walked out. I mean this is the creepiest thing with people still sleeping in the room. Now the footage is not too clear and we don't know what happened in the room," he said.

Reggie also revealed that Stonebwoy, Clarence Peters and Patoranking are ready to offer $10,000 to anybody who helps to apprehend the thief and recover the lost items

source
http://www.reportnaija.com/2016/05/clarence-peters-robbed-of-60000.html

7 ARTISTS THAT MIGHT NOT BE MAKING MONEY FROM THEIR MUSIC CAREER


The music industry has become one of the most lucrative industries in Nigeria of recent, and this has made it attract numerous artistes. Some see the industry as the easiest way to making it, also they desire the Cadillac and luxury lifestyles of those that have made it.

Nonetheless, it is pertinent to note that not all those who ventures into the music industry succeed and also, not all those who are popular or seems to be in the stardom cash from the industry. Some have other forms of income and others are simply broke, this might result from piracy, poor materials and publicity. Presently, we have some artistes that are not making money from the industry, they are:

1. Mode 9: when we talk about Nigerian Hip-Hop, the name that flashes our mind is Mode 9. It is sad that the legendary rapper makes little or no money from music. He admitted once in an interview that his music has gained him fame but not riches. Though very talented, he has not been able to commercialize himself and his music overtime, majorly because of his rigid pattern.

2. Brymo: it is disheartening that I am including this rare talent in this list, because I think he’s one of the few that gives us hope that the Nigerian music industry is still going places. But truth be told, Brymo is not getting the attention he deserves. His works are great (still jamming his recently released album) but it will be very rewarding for him to get more shows, endorsements and publicity.

3. DJ Cuppy: nobody should argue this: Because it’s obvious that the lady Disc Jockey cum the daughter of one of the richest men in Africa solely still survives on her family’s wealth. She will really need to DJ in several shows to even make the money she uses to promote herself. So be wise before you vent to be a DJ because of her.

4. Yung 6ix: the self-acclaimed king of the south-south, Warri born rapper might own a Range Rover and live in Lekki but we all know that his father can afford that for him. 6ix has not enjoyed much endorsements, shows, CD sales in his career, this limiting the money he cashes out.

5. Charly Boy: also known as ‘Area Fada’ who is also very controversial, has made little money from the music industry. He said he used most of his last album CDs as souvenir to visitors in his home. I believe he has other means of making money that are not known to all, because of his luxury lifestyle.

6. Olu Maintain: the ‘Yahooze’ crooner has been trying to hold a firm grip in the music industry since the release of his chart topping single Yahooze. He might still be one of the ‘big boys’ in the game because of his opulent display but certainly not cashing it from his music.

7. Skiibi: my friend asked me not to include him on this list because he’s yet to prove himself as an artiste. Though he was signed by money-bag ‘E-money’, skiibi has made less impact in the industry if not for his “faked death” that made him trend. It’s recorded that he has not been booked for a show before not more an endorsement deal. He’s still busy popping the Champagne for the rest members of the Five-Star crew; Kcee and Harrysong.


http://www.9jafacts.com/2016/05/9jafacts-7-artistes-that-are-not-making.html


OGE OKOYE FLAUNTS HOT LEGS IN DENIM SHORTS


Nollywood actress Oge Okoye recently stepped out in denim shorts. The star actress flaunted her hot legs in the picture. She completed her dressing with a long sleeve denim shirt, maroon pumps and a black bag.

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Thursday, 26 May 2016

Wednesday, 25 May 2016

GHANIAN ACTRESS NADIA BUARI SLAYS IN ALL WHITE OUTFIT

Ghanian actress Nadia Buari shared this photo of her on all white outfit on a social media platform. The award winning actress sure knows how to pose for the camera.

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ANNIE IDIBIA STUNS IN NEW INSTAGRAM PHOTO



Mrs. Annie Idibia actress and wife of Legendary Nigerian music artist Tuface Idibia now known as 2baba took to Instagram to share this cute photo.




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CYNTHIA MORGAN SHARES A MAKE UP FREE PHOTO

Nigeria star gyal Cynthia morgan took to instagran to share us a make up free photo of her.

SEE HER POST BELOW

YAY OR NAY?



CYNTHIA MORGAN MAKE UP FREE PHOTO
CYNTHIA MORGAN MAKE UP FREE PHOTO

IYABO OJO STUNS IN ASO EBI FOR AN OWAMBE EVENT

The Nollywood actress who stepped out for an owambe event last weekend slayed in this photo of her rocking aso ebi.

IYABO OJO

NOLLYWOOD ACTRESS DANIELLA OKEKE AND HER BADT CURVES

Saw this and decided to share. Nollywood actress Daniella Okeke is one many actresses that has the baddest curves 


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FAYOSE SPEAKS, SAYS FUEL HIKE IS BUHARI`S FIRST YEAR GIFT TO NIGERIANS

Despite his electoral promise to reduce petrol pump price from the N87 per litre that he met it, President Muhammadu Buhari increased the price to N145! With this increment, Buhari has further impoverished Nigerians.


Nigerians should be reminded that on April 14, 2015, President Buhari’s ally and former Minister of Petroleum and Energy, Prof. Tam David-West, told Nigerians that Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (who was then President-elect), will reduce the fuel pump price from N87 to N40 per litre. Buhari did not debunk this statement made by his friend and major supporter.

Also, when the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) government of Dr Goodluck Jonathan reduced the petrol pump price from N97 to N87 per litre in January 2015, former Lagos State Governor who is now Minister of Works, Power and Housing, Mr Babatunde Fashola said N10 reduction of the petrol pump price was too low and that Nigerians will get a better deal under Buhari. Fashola tweeted on January 18, 2015; “On PMS price reduction by N10. Now they listen. Oil the raw material drop over 50%, N10 is just about 10%. Good try but Nija can get a beta deal.” In rewarding Nigerians for electing him as president, President Buhari opted to increase petrol pump price by N58.50! The first justification of the increment was removal of subsidy. But Nigerians were later stunned when the Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo said pump price of petrol was increased because Nigeria was broke!

In other words, President Buhari increased petrol pump price because the country was broke and it needed to shore up its revenue base. The N58.50 added to the previous pump price of N86.50 was an Indirect Tax imposed on each litre of petrol purchased by Nigerians. Simply put, the Federal Government is indirectly collecting N58.50 naira tax from suffering Nigerians on each litre of petrol they buy. Buhari is no doubt acting like the proverbial Agbalowomeri Baale Jontolo (A king that exploit his extremely poor subject to further enrich himself). It is on record that on May 2 this year, the federal government, in the Petroleum Product Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA) Template released in Abuja, told Nigerians that it was subsidizing petrol at N12.62 per litre.

In 2012, when the Dr Jonathan administration removed fuel subsidy and increased petrol price to N141 per litre, crude oil was selling at $111 per barrel. If not wickedness, how can petrol price be increased to N145 per litre when crude oil is now selling at $49 per barrel? Increasing petrol pump price by N58.50 when the federal government claimed it was subsidising the product at N12.62 per litre is clear wickedness on the part of President Buhari. In the history of Nigeria, increase in price of petrol has never been as high as it was done by Buhari, putting Nigerians in severe hardship as the product affects every sector of the economy.

Too bad, those who opposed removal of fuel subsidy in 2012 and funded the Occupy Nigeria protest are the ones canvassing support for this Buhari’s wicked one year anniversary gift to Nigerians.

The labour unions are now completely cowed, dashing completely hope of the common people of Nigeria.

Interestingly, this is not the first election promise by APC/Buhari that have been jettisoned since they got into office.

The N5,000 unemployment benefits promised the downtrodden was derisively put down by this President as “largesse” with the president spurning the emotional plea of his own wife to the contrary. To add salt and insult unto injury, he travelled abroad to make the statement.

Despite the mindless and indefensible hike in fuel price, the commodity is still not available. Minister of state for Petroleum says there is no forex to pay for fuel import; yet there is forex to indulge Buhari’s foreign-trip profligacy.

Presidential spin doctors and APC chieftains labouring to hoodwink the people speak glibly of how so-called deregulation will make products available, reduce cost through competition and the interplay of market forces, as well as encourage private sector to build more refineries.

But thank God who loves Nigerians so much, the lies of these people was by divine arrangement, I suppose, revealed by no less a person than the junior minister Ibe Kachikwu himself when he said importation of fuel continues till 2019.

Nigerians should be reminded that the manner of hardship being faced now was also faced during Buhari’s first coming as a military dictator when people had to queue for essential commodities. Now, Nigerians can’t even afford common tomato to prepare soup.

So, Nigerians you have heard the truth: Under Buhari/APC, it is almost certain that our suffering will continue till 2019. Nigerians, remember I warned you before Buhari was elected; I have been warning you since Buhari became president and I am warning now that if nothing is done urgently, the economy of Nigeria will collapse.

May the good Lord help us but as they say “heaven helps those who help themselves.”

Mr Ayodele Fayose is the Governor of Ekiti State.

MORE ON FUEL HIKE; NLC AND NIGERIA FG RESUMES TALK

The Nigeria Labour Congress led by Mr. Ayuba Wabba and the Federal Government will resume the suspended talks on the N145 fuel pump price on Wednesday (today).

The Director in charge of Press at the Ministry of Labour and Employment, Mr. Samuel Olowookere, said in a statement on Tuesday that the meeting would hold by 2pm at the Conference Hall of Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation.



An invitation to the NLC to return to the negotiation table over the contentious increase in electricity tariff and the fuel pump price was delayed on Monday by the Ministry of Labour as a result of a scheduled meeting with the Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria, which served a week-old strike notice on the government.

 The NLC had called off the indefinite strike it called to protest fuel price hike on Sunday as a result of the intervention of the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola TInubu.

While the strike was on, the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige, had said that the Federal Government would only resume the suspended talks with the Labour leaders if the strike was suspended.

 Also, Olowookere said that the plan by PENGASSAN to embark on a nationwide strike by the midnight of Tuesday was suspended following the intervention of Ngige and the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources,  Dr. Ibe Kachikwu.

He said Kachikwu briefed the conciliatory meeting on the issue of the Joint Venture Cash Call, the arrears of which had not been paid to the Joint Venture Partners which made the oil firms to issue a threat to lay off workers as a result of shortage of cash.

The minister was quoted as saying that the Petroleum Ministry was “restructuring the operational modalities of the Joint Venture Cash Call especially in view of the low oil prices.”

He was said to have assured the union, the JVCC partners and other stakeholders of some positive results during the next meeting scheduled for June.

“We all recall that this committee was headed by the late Hon. Min. of State for Labour and Employment, Mr. James  Ocholi, but in view of the importance and the urgency of the committee, I will assume its full leadership in June to accelerate and bring its assignment to fruitful completion, part of which is to pass some oil-labour regulations into laws for the Petroleum Industry Bill,” Kachikwu was quoted as saying.



http://www.punchng.com/fuel-price-hike-nlc-fg-resume-talks-today/

NOLLYWOOD ACTRESS OMONI OBOLI STEPS OUT IN DENIM SHORTS

Nollywood actress and mother of 3 shared this photo of her rocking denim shorts on her instagram page. I think its cute.

OMONI OBOLI