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25 Dec 2021
Gospel musician, Chiamaka Nelly Ikejiofor aka MacNelly has released a new song titled ‘Mmesoma’. ‘Mmesoma’, which according to MacNelly, means the goodness of God is an emotional gospel tune that connects with the soul and reminds you of the goodness of God, how faithful he has been regardless of our sins. The new song is…
13 Dec 2021
Uncle IB, a popular Nigerian musician, composer, and media influencer who is also known as Okafor Ifeanyichukwu, has released his latest song titled 'Mmesoma,' which features Emceeze. "Mmesoma" encapsulates thanksgiving and the need to be content even in times of adversity. Emceeze was featured, and his talents added to the song's charm. The song is…


10 mins ago
A Nigerian mechanic addressed simply as Mr. Timothy has returned ₦10.8 million mistakenly sent to his bank account. Timothy's act of honesty and integrity has received a lot of commendations from Twitter users since the video went viral while some others slammed him for returning the money. Popular Nollywood actress, Kate Henshaw, is among those…
17 mins ago
Popular Nigerian actress, Funke Akindele, and also PDP deputy Governor aspirant has reacted to the recently concluded elections in Lagos state. She reacted to the election on her social media handle, precisely twitter that, "I’m glad that we could at least speak up. Thank you once again, Lagos, for showing your daughter support. As I…
33 mins ago
Devastating climate impacts are hitting faster than expected as the world teeters on reaching the 1.5 degree Celsius warming limit in a little over a decade, the UN said Monday.
42 mins ago
Speaker of the Zamfara State House of Assembly, Nasiru Muazu Magarya, has lost his re-election bid to Bilyaminu Ismail of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). Magarya, a candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), lost his Zurmi West constituency re-election bid to the PDP candidate with 9,530 votes. The Independent National Electoral Commission's (INEC) returning…
44 mins ago
European Union foreign ministers agreed Monday on a two-billion-euro plan to raid their own arsenals and jointly purchase desperately needed artillery shells for Ukraine, diplomats said.