After a successful delivery of “Hustle lo sure”, Femzy is out with another banger titled “Sinmi D’ebire.” This guy is so good @ what he knws hw to do best and he is making it big in the music industry and he promise to always give his fans what they want and this is it again ‘sinmi D’ebire’ download, enjoy and share
A final-year student of the Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED), Ijagun, has been hacked to death by hoodlums, suspected to be cult members, on Saturday in Ijagun, Ijebu Ode area of Ogun State.
The cult members, according to PUNCH, were armed with cutlasses and guns, when they invaded Abapawa, an area off the campus at 12 midnight and killed Ganiyu Oloyede, a 400-level student of Social Studies in TASUED.
It was learnt that Ganiyu was hacked to death by the cult members because his girlfriend, whose name could not yet be ascertained, was beaten up by one of the cult members, and Ganiyu had reportedly challenged the assault.
Ganiyu was killed by the cultists, when he was preparing for his teaching practice.
None of the students could come to his rescue at the time of the attack, as they all shut themselves in their rooms in fear, while the cult attack persisted.
Policemen from the Obalende division later arrived at the scene to remove Ganiyu’s corpse to a mortuary.
A female student and eyewitness, Bisola said, “The crisis started at about 12pm in Abapawa in Ijagun. The area has several students’ hostels. I saw the boys running around with cutlasses. They were later said to be Aye and Aloera cult members.
“They chased Ganiyu to a corner and cut him with cutlasses until he died. What started the fight was that Ganiyu had a girlfriend who was beaten up few days ago by one of the cult members. The cult member was said to be interested in the lady.
“Ganiyu had protested the beating of his girlfriend by the cult member and the culprit went to invite his friends, who attacked Ganiyu. Students are still in fear because the cult members are threatening to unleash more mayhem.”
Another student, who spoke under condition of anonymity, said the cult members came on a reprisal to attack a rival cult member, but Ganiyu was the one they met in the hostel.
“On getting to Ganiyu’s hostel, the cult members did not meet the person they came to attack. When they saw Ganiyu, one of them recalled that he had had an issue with him (Ganiyu) over a girlfriend. So, they vented their anger on him,’’ he said.
Oloyede’s corpse has been deposited by the police in a morgue in Ijebu Ode for an autopsy.
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo, Matthew Kukah, Catholic archbishop on Saturday stormed Sokoto for the 10th coronation anniversary of Sa’ad Abubakar III, the Sultan of Sokoto.
Obasanjo and Kukah were spotted on Horses which conveyed them to the event center.
Also present at the event were President Muhammadu Buhari; former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar; Senate President Bukola Saraki; and Yakubu Dogara, speaker of the house of representatives.
Others include Ooni of Ife Oba Eniitan Adeyeye Ogunwusi, Muhammadu Sanusi II, emir of Kano, Sokoto State Governor, Aminu Tambuwal, among others.
Niger Delta militants have threatened ‘war’ despite President Muhammadu Buhari’s meeting with the elders of the oil-rich region last Tuesday.
According to a statement issued on Saturday by its spokesperson, Aldo Agbalaja, the militant group accused President Muhammadu Buhari’s government of plotting to wage war against the people of the Niger Delta region.
The statement reads: “As a matter of fact, what the Avengers did to the oil industry will be nothing compared to the grand plan already set by our central command. We shall bring Nigeria’s daily output quota to below 500,000 barrels. Just be ready for the approaching tsunami.
“The multinational oil companies, we know you are recalcitrant and will always come to test wills, we hope you will continue in this tradition so there will always be reason to let the world know that ‘you don’t contest the corners of a house with the owner of the house.’
“The destruction of the Trans-Forcados Pipeline is just a warning. We warned against the restarting of the facility, but the daring companies won’t listen. That shadow operation that brought the TFP down was only meant to let these companies know that we aren’t kidding with them; when we say stay down, you stay down, and it’s in your best interest.
“The humiliation that came with the meeting of the elders with President Muhammadu Buhari did not come to the NDGJM as a surprise. We expected it because we know even the government knows the character and intent of the man and most of those he led to the meeting.
“The only painful part is the fact that the humiliation is stamped on the collective image of our people. However, we want to dare President Buhari and his administration to attempt or fully carry out his military action against our people and see the response that will follow.
“We want to say here, without mincing words, that we are aware of his intentions. We heard loud and clear his hostile message, we understand his message and the NDGJM is saying we are ready for him. We know he has reportedly threatened war on our people; we had been calm enough not to respond to the threats, but at this point, we believe it is time for us to come out to say to him ‘enough is enough.’
“If it is war, bring it on, we are no cowards, just be sure you can sustain the consequences because this is not going to be another vanquished ‘Biafran Uprising’. Niger Deltans are nobody’s slaves; we shall fight until there’s nothing left to defend”
The death of a brave soldier who paid the supreme price in the fight against the terror sect Boko Haram, has thrown Nigerians into mourning mood.
Lieutenant Col. Muhammad Abu Ali was killed by Boko Haram in a night ambush.
Ali, who was until his death, the commanding officer 272 Task Force Tank Battalion. was killed alongside three of his men.
They lost their lives while repelling an attack on a location of 119 Battalion of the Army at Mallam Fatori, Borno State, even as four other soldiers were wounded in the attack.
Ali’s bravery and courage at frontline finds it way into a public and he is deemed as a hero who fought the secure Nigerian territories from the grip of terrorists.
He received accelerated promotion from the rank of major to lieutenant colonel and was decorated by the Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai at Gamboru Ngala on September 9, 2015 during an operational visit.
During that decoration, Buratai praised Ali for his “courage, bravery and exceptional performance in the fight against the Boko Haram terrorists.”
One of his colleagues recalled the gallant role he played in the recapture of Baga from insurgents. He was also a key part of the capture of Gamboru-Ngala.
“He led us with the T-72 when we advanced on Monguno and Baga, and he collected those places,” the soldier who served under said of Ali.
His friend, @Ayoadbayo4 who was apparently closed to Ali when he gave up the ghost on the battle field said; “His last word to us•• Pray, stay Alert and Stay Alive• if someone must Die let it be me•• never knew u saw it coming
He died on Friday, November 4, 2016 after Boko Haram attacked the 272 Task Force Tank Battalion in Borno. Ali was the commanding officer.
The Defence Minister Mansur Muhammad Dan-Ali has described the death of Lt. Col. M Abu-Ali as a tragic and unfortunate development in the theatre of operations.
According to a statement by Col Tukur Gusau, Public Relations Officer to the Hon Minister of Defence, the Honourable Minister received the sad news while in Sokoto and prayed to Almighty Allah to grant the war hero eternal rest.
“Defence Minster described Lt. Col. Abu-Ali as a major pillar in the war against terrorism and insurgency in the North East.
“He also expresses his condolences to the father of the deceased, the Etsu of Bassa-Nge Kingdom (Kogi state), Brig Gen Abu-Ali (Rtd), his young family and the Nigerian Army, the statement reads.
Also, Nigerians have taken to social media to mourn the death of Ali and some of his colleagues on the battle ground.
Dj Arab is here with this hot mix that will make you go gaga on the dancing floor…
2. Orezi – Bouble You
3. Tekno – Pana
4. Adekunle Gold – Ariwoko
5. Solid star – Wait
6. Timaya – Bang Bang
7. Olamide – Owo Blow
8. Skales –Ajasa
9. Falz – Soft Work
10. Koker – Kole Work
11. Reekado Banks – Oluwa remix
12. Reekado banks – Standard
13. Tekno – Wait
14. Orezi – 145
15. Ycee – Omo Alhaji Remix
16. Dbanj – Breaking
17. Kiss Daniel – Mama
18. Lil Kesh – Kojo
19. 2t Boiz – Customer Dada remix
20. Olalakside – Elegushi Spender remix
21. Flex B – Umbele
22. Runtown – Banger
23. Wizkid – Soweto Baby
24. Ice Prince – Boss
25. Korede Bello – Mungo park
26. Olamide – Ponkriyon
27. Dre San – Akube
28. Sugar Boy – Hola Hola
29. Kiss Daniel – Jumbo
…Download listen and share