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Friday, June 17, 2011

Bomb Explosion Rocks Nigeria Police Head Quaters In Abuja

Nigeria's federal capital, has been rocked by another bomb explosion following a blast at Louis Edet house, the National Police Force Headquarters, this morning. It is the second major blast in the city, less than a year following the devastating twin blasts of October 1st last year which left over 20 dead.

Friday, June 10, 2011



American multiple awards winning artist and producer, Kanye West has today finalized his interest to sign one of Nigeria’s biggest hip-hop artistes, Dapo Oyebanjo popularly known as D’Banj & Don Jazzy to his Good Music Entertainment, a production, management and record label outfit. “GOOD” is an acronym for “Getting Out Our Dreams”.

Friday, June 3, 2011

Prince William Divorces Kate Middleton

LONDON—Barely a month after marrying 29-year-old Kate Middleton in a royal wedding ceremony watched by an estimated 2 billion people worldwide, Prince William announced Tuesday that he and Middleton have divorced and that the entire marriage was "a tremendous mistake in every possible regard." "I really don't know what I was thinking—we're a terrible match, I don't love her and never have, and, to be honest, I never really had any interest in being married in the first place," announced the now unattached Prince William to a dead-silent British press corps. 

Yung6ix Feat Wizkid – Follow Me (New Video)

Yung6ix is the freshest new entrant into mainstream Nigeria music. The young and gifted rapper is a representative of the(in)famous Warri in the South-south area of Nigeria. He features rave-of-the-moment, Wizkid. Follow Me was produced bySamklef, the video was directed by Bobby Boulders and styled by Bolaji Animashaun.

Nigeria may become 3rd most populous nation, says UN chief

Nigeria could be the world’s third most populous nation by 2100, after China and India, with 700 million people, American economist Jeffrey Sachs has said. Sachs famous for such books as The End of Poverty, currently serving as special adviser to United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon, said a three-child policy is needed to contain the population explosion.