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Thursday, September 21, 2017

VIDEO: TBOY – Kilofe









VIDEO: TBOY – Kilofe



Billionaire Minds Enterprise talented recording artiste; TBOY who just concluded a nationwide tour and a dance competition for his new single “KILOFE” is out with a breath-taking video for this track.

This beautiful work was shot by Clarence Peters. Kindly Watch, Like, Comment and share.

Follow TBOY and his Record Label BME on all Social Media platforms; @tboybme @billionmindsent

VIDEO: Charass – Smile









VIDEO: Charass – Smile



Charass released this sweet tune as a birthday gift to his fans early last month and has quickly worked and delivered this crisp video to match. Watch the Isaac K directed visuals below and enjoy.

Hausas Can Win Election Without Igbos, Igbos Play The Worst Politics In Nigeria” – Okorocha





Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, has claimed that Igbos play what he termed as the ‘worst politics’ in the country. Speaking during an interactive session with top media practitioners, in Owerri, he said:

“Igbos have to change their strategy, in order to reclaim their relevance in Nigeria’s power equation. Quote me anywhere, Igbos play the worst politics in Nigeria. Today, Hausas have realised they can win an election without Igbos.

Hitherto, Hausa used to think they could not win elections without Igbo. Now, they believe with the combined massive populations of Lagos and Kano, they no longer need Igbos to win, hence, the latest alliance between Hausa and Yoruba.

I’ve always said Igbo have this feeling of abandonment. IPOB would have made better impact if they had operated under any other name other than Biafra, to push their demand for equity in sharing of the nation’s political and economic resources. .

The call for secession was childish. IPOB should have fought their struggle like the Niger Delta youths, Arewa youths and Yoruba group. Who is Nnamdi Kanu to ask Rochas to follow him to war?

Check it out, no Hausa man living in the South East owns a duplex neither can you see a Yoruba man who lives in a room and parlour apartment of his own or an investment worth N20 million.

But, should Nigeria break up today, Igbos will lose trillions in properties and other investments in Lagos, the North and other parts of the country.

The South South has produced a president, the South West has produced a president and vice president while the North has produced many presidents.

By political calculation, it was expected that very soon, Igbo would have a chance to produce the president, but, the same Igbo want to break away from Nigeria. Where is our wisdom?

Regrettably, IPOB activities has created fears in the minds of Hausa and other ethnic nationalities in the country, that, once Igbo becomes president, they would secede. We should all condemn the call for secession because if Nigeria breaks up, Igbos will lose.”

Wizkid Helps Drake Make It Into The 2018 Guinness Book Of World Records





Nigerian superstar, Wizkid seems to be the man with the midas touch, everything he touches seems to be turning to gold. The singer has not only dominated the African music arena, he is conquering new grounds on the international music field.

The singer has added a new feat to his already growing record of achievements. His collaboration song with Drake, One Dance, recently made the 2018 Guinness Book of World Records. With over 1 billion streams, One Dance is the most streamed song on Spotify, globally.

See photo Above.

Big Congrats to both of them…

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Photos; Humanrights activist, Joe Odumakin demands justice for woman whose husband knowingly infected her with HIV in Ogun









Humanrights activist, Joe Okei-Odumakin is currently seeking justice for a married woman, Mrs Titilayo Emiabata whose husband, Kazeem Owolabi Emiabata, deliberately infected with HIV/AIDS and then threw her out of their matrimonial home in August.



A statement released by Okei-Odumakin, says Kazeem, is a Naval officer who is currently serving at Barrack Maintainance Unit, Port Harcourt, deliberately infected his legally married wife Titilayo with HIV and threw her out of their matrimonial home after she discovered his anti-retroviral drugs and medical records, which showed that he had been on treatment for a long period without disclosing his status to her.





She confronted him and later told her parents about her predicament when she got tested and her result came out positive. Kazeem had threatened to deal with his now estranged wife if she exposed his HIV status and then vowed to use the Police and other means to "kill Titilayo before HIV/AIDS kills him".

Okei-Odumakin says the victim is being prosecuted by the husband and the Nigeria Police Force for alleged "house breaking" and "stealing" because she went to pack her personal belongings out of their matrimonial home after she was sent out of their matrimonial home.

The case between the Commissioner of Police, Ogun State vs Mrs. Titilayo Emiabata comes up tomorrow Thursday 21st September, 2017 by 9am at the Chief Magistrate Court in Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State presided over by Senior Magistrate E.O. Idowu. She was arrested, detained for four days and arraigned in court on the 24th of August, 2017 in Charge No. MAG/55C/2017 on a 10 count charge bothering on burglary, housebreaking and stealing by the Nigeria Police Force, Ogun State Command.

The Women Arise for Change and the Campaign for Democracy which is being run by Odumakin, is demanding that justice should be done in this case. The NGO says it rejects the treatment meted out to Mrs Titilayo Emiabata by her Naval officer husband, in connivance with the Divisional Police Officer of Ago-Iwoye in Ogun State.

Lagos-based human rights lawyer, Inibehe Effiong, would be representing her pro bono in court.









Mexico earthquake: Death toll rises to at least 217 people, including school children found dead under rubble in their classrooms















The powerful earthquake that struck on Tuesday near the town of Raboso in Puebla, about 76 miles southeast of Mexico City, has killed at least 217 people.



The quake toppled homes, schools, and apartment buildings. A volunteer worker said he and other rescuers managed to get into a collapsed classroom where they found all the people in the class dead. Dozens of children remain unaccounted for.



Rescue operations are still ongoing. Desperate searchers shouted "quiet" and listened for faint voices in the rubble where a Mexican school once stood, as rescuers used trained dogs and their bare hands to reach any survivors of Tuesday's magnitude-7.1 earthquake.





Volunteer rescue worker Pedro Serrano, 29, a doctor, told The Associated Press: "We dug holes, then crawled in on our bellies. We managed to get into a collapsed classroom. We saw some chairs and wooden tables. The next thing we saw was a leg, and then we started to move rubble and we found a girl and two adults — a woman and a man."

At least 25 bodies were recovered from Escuela Enrique Rebsamen – all but four of the victims were children. Serrano said he found all the people in a classroom dead, and heard "small noises" near the site, though it’s unclear which direction it was coming from. A mix of neighborhood volunteers, police and firefighters used trained dogs and their bare hands to search through the school's rubble. The crowd of anxious parents outside the gates shared reports that two families had received Whatsapp messages from girls trapped inside, but that could not be confirmed.



The deadly earthquake struck on the 32nd anniversary of the 1985 earthquake that left an estimated 10,000 people dead and left tens of thousands injured or homeless in Mexico. Residents in Mexico had conducted earthquake drills just hours earlier. The earthquake occurred just two weeks after a magnitude 8.1 tremor in the south of the country killed more than 90 people and caused buildings in Mexico City to sway for more than a minute. President Enrique Pena Nieto called that earthquake the biggest quake the country has seen in a century.

The federal government declared a state of disaster in Mexico City, freeing up emergency funds. President Nieto said he had ordered all hospitals to open their doors to the injured. Mexico City's mayor said buildings fell at 44 places in the capital alone, and that 50 to 60 people were rescued. Pictures fell from walls, objects were shaken off of flat surfaces and computer monitors toppled over. Some people dove for cover under desks. Damaged buildings in the capital included the Philippines Embassy, but staffers were unhurt. At least 70 people who were in the capital were hospitalized, authorities said.

World leaders have taken to Twitter to commiserate with Mexico over the disaster.

Trump wrote: "God bless the people of Mexico City. We are with you and will be there for you."



Barrack Obama wrote: "Thinking about our neighbors in Mexico and all our Mexican-American friends tonight. Cuidense mucho y un fuerte abrazo para todos."



Below is a video showing the extent of the damage caused by the quake.

Mum's hidden camera catches nanny violently throwing baby into cot like rag doll















A mum set up a hidden camera after noticing bruises on her nine-month-old daughter's body and was shocked when she watched it only to find her nanny violently throwing her baby into a cot.



The nanny is facing charges of attempted murder after the footage was shown to the police.



Mum Annemarie Theron said she was devastated when she watched the video which shows the family nanny manhandling her daughter Laila and tossing her into her cot like a rag doll in their home in Namibia.



Annemarie told Netwerk24: "It was very emotional watching it. I refused to sleep, eat or drink for a couple of days afterward. It’s difficult to imagine how long this has been going on for. I can see Laila is so, so broken after everything."



Annemarie, reservations and marketing manager at a lodge in Namibia, and her husband Johan informed police and the nanny was arrested on Friday. She appeared in court on Monday to face charges of child abuse, assault, and attempted murder. She was denied bail and remanded in custody until October.

In a post on Facebook, Annemarie apologised to her infant daughter and thanked wellwishers for their support.

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