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Lucky Dube

9 Oct
Born and brought up in the heart of Edo State, Ebhohimen Oyamenda Innocent, popularly known as NEPHI is a burgeoning Nigerian Afrobeat singer and songwriter born on September 6, 1998.
20 Jun 2020
Music and social justice have always been natural partners. Throughout history, music has mingled with social justice, as colourful tones, pulsating rhythms and meaningful lyrics
18 Oct 2018
Whatagwan? Lucky Dube, one of the greatest Rastafarians died on this day 11 years ago in the hands of assailants in a case of mistaken identity. The artist who left this world at the age of 43 during and after his time continues to bless us with his socio-political critical lyrics. During his lifetime, he…
18 Oct 2018
Lucky Philip Dube was born in 1964 at Ermelo, South Africa. He was given the name lucky because his single mother saw his birth as a miracle. He, however, spent much of his childhood with his grandmother alongside his two siblings. During this time, he worked as a gardener. Upon the realization that the money…
13 Oct 2018
From all indications, this year’s edition of Felabration is going to be Legendary! Aside from enjoying strong backing of Nigerian Breweries Plc through its Legend Stout brand, the recent visit by the French president Emmanuel Macron to the New Africa Shrine has indeed opened a new phase in the life of the festival, which was…

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The young set of curlers representing Nigeria at the ongoing World Junior-B Curling Championships in Lohja, Finland have what it takes to become world beaters in a few years' time. This was the assertion made by Daniel Damola, President of the Nigeria Curling Federation, NCF as he reviewed the country’s performance so far in Finland.…
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As Nigeria joins the world to mark this year’s International Anti-Corruption Day, Controller General of the Nigerian Correctional Service, (NCoS), Haliru Nababa, has said that the agency has resolved to support the anti-corruption war by declaring zero tolerance to any form of indiscipline and sharp practices among its personnel.
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A trio representing the three nations at the centre of the war in Ukraine will receive the Nobel Peace Prize on Saturday, showing no sign of giving up the fight against Vladimir Putin and his Minsk ally. Jailed Belarusian human rights advocate Ales Bialiatski, Russian human rights organisation Memorial, and Ukraine's Center for Civil Liberties…
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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro broke his uncharacteristic silence about his electoral defeat on Friday, saying it "hurts my soul."