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Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Elvina Ibru opens up on why she doesn't want to get married, also says she only dates younger men

In this interview exclusive to LIB, Elvina Ibru, business woman & one of the daughters of billionaire businessman Olorogun Michael Ibru, opened up about why she doesn't want to get married, how the society pressures women into bad marriages. She also talked about having a child out of wedlock and also explains why she only dates younger men. Interesting interview. Read below...
You were quoted as saying you don't believe in marriage sometime back, but why?
People feel that I don't want to get married because I don't believe in marriage or because I don't have anybody toasting me for marriage. Wrong! I actually believe so much in marriage and that's why I don't want to marry; because marriage has been made a nonsense of particularly in this country. As far as I'm concerned, it's not a fair constitution to women. For instance, if your husband cheats on you, you are expected to forgive him. Even your own mama go tell you "my dear that is what marriage is. It's for better or worse. It's a mistake. It's the devil." But if by mistake, a woman cheats on her husband in this country, what are you talking about?

“The 10000” - Giving Back with Sujimoto'

In an outstanding manner; young, brave Sijibomi has stunned Nigerians by celebrating his birthday with a very benevolent gesture by giving out 10,000 hampers to underprivileged individuals. Opting out of the routine reception of premium gifts on his birthday “my best gift is not to receive an expensive watch or high class fashion piece” but the best gift our society can give me is by challenging our selfs, and doing something to alleviate the plight of the poor. 

With Buhari’s victory, I’ll surely go on exile – Chief Bode George

Following the emergency of Gen Buhari as the new President of Nigeria, former Deputy National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Chief Bode George says he may be going on exile.
"What will I be doing here? I can decide to go and live anywhere. Look at everyone surrounding him (Buhari). So, I am not joking about it, what will I be doing here? At 70, what will I be doing here? All we have been doing to restructure the country has been lost. We have been trying to ensure balance in the polity but all that has gone. What else will I be doing here?” he told Vanguard

Identical triplets marry on the same day at the same time - and yes the grooms did get confused

29 year old triplets, Rafaela, Rochele and Tagiane Bini from Passo Fundo, southern Brazil, tied the knot same day at the same ceremony, wore the same wedding dress, as well as hair style and make up and confused not just their guests but also their grooms who also looked strikingly similar.

The only way guests could distinguish one bride from the other at the ceremony on Saturday was the different colour of bouquet they carried. Even the grooms - Rafael, Gabriel & Eduardo, said they had worried they might mix up their wives-to-be when it came to exchanging vows. One of the grooms, Rafael, who married Rafaela, told how the girls sometimes deliberately confused their fiances.

Orubebe apologizes for his behaviour yesterday, says he regrets it

Former Niger Delta Affairs Minister Elder Godsday Orubebe has apologised for his behaviour at the collation centre in Abuja yesterday morning. Speaking with reporters last night, the PDP party agent, who held up proceedings and used abusive words on Jega, said he regretted his action and asked Nigerian to forgive his behaviour.
”Election is a passionate thing and I really regret what took place this morning. I was unnecessarily pushed by Jega to get to that level. I want to apologise particularly to young Nigerians that look up to take politics as a career to say that what happened was
not intended to cause them any embarrassment. 
To Nigerians generally, I regret my actions as even an elder in the church, and a leader, the young men expected to see a lot from me and I believe that if there was any disappointment they got from me I apologize to Nigerians and to the youths of this country.”

Presidential election result: PDP says it would be heading to court

The ruling party, PDP says it would be challenging the results of the 2015 Presidential election. Dr Bello Fadile, the PDP agent who refused to sign the result sheet when called up by INEC Chairman, Prof Jega, told journalists in Abuja this morning that his signing the result sheet was inconsequential as they will be heading to court
"Whether I sign it (the result sheet) or I don’t sign it,  does not make any difference. It doesn’t invalidate the result‎. When we go to court, then we can challenge the result,” he said.

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Photos: Buhari kisses his wife passionately to celebrate winning the election

The new president-elect Gen. Buhari and his wife, Aisha, celebrate being Nigeria's next First Family in a loving way. See the photos after the cut...

Prof. Jega officially declares Buhari winner of the 2015 presidential election

Come May 29, 2015, Nigeria will have a new president in the person of Gen. Mohammed Buhari. INEC chairman Prof. Jega just declared him winner of the 2015 presidential election having certified the requirements of the law and scored the highest number of votes in the election. Congrats Nigeria for a peaceful 2015 election. God bless President Jonathan for conceding. God bless Nigeria!

Final results of the 2015 presidential elections - Buhari wins

As announced by Prof Attahiru Jega, chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission...
"14 candidates, fielded by 14 political parties participated in the election. We'd like to announce the votes for each party"
Acredited voters - 31,756,490
AA - 22, 125
ACPN - 40,311
AP - 30,673
ADC - 29,666
APA - 53,537
APC - 15,424,921
CPP -, 36,300
HOPE - 7,435
KOWA - 13,076
NCP - 24, 455
PDP - 12,853,162
PPN - 24,475
UDP - 9,208
UPP - 18,220
Total valid votes - 28,587,564
Rejected votes - 844, 519
Total  - 29,432,083

Photo: PDP agent refuses to sign the Presidential election result sheet

After announcing the presidential election results, Prof. Jega called all party agents to come on stage at the collation center and sign the Presidential election sheet by INEC, and every agent did except the agent for PDP. He climbed the stage, spoke with Jega, shook his hands and walked away without signing the result sheet.

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Obasanjo congratulates Buhari, asks him to be magnanimous in victory

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has congratulated Gen Buhari on his victory today. In a message released this evening, Chief Obasanjo asked the President-in-waiting to be magnanimous in victory and also fight corruption when he assumes office.
"With so much harm already done to many national institutions including the military, which proudly nurtured you and me, you will have a lot to do on institution reform – education, healthcare, economy, security, infrastructure, power, youth employment, agri-business, oil and gas, external affairs, cohesiveness of our nation and ridding our land of corruption.

Aliko Dangote before and after the election results were announced

Lol. See him above with GEJ as election results were being announced. And after it was clear who would win, he moved kia kia. He's a businessman, not a politician. Friends with anyone in govt...:-)

'You are celebrating because GEJ allowed freedom blossom' - Reno Omokri

More tweets after the cut...

Statement by President Jonathan on presidential election 2015

Official statement by president Jonathan after the announcement of the results of presidential election
Fellow Nigerians,
I thank you all for turning out en-masse for the March 28 General Elections. I promised the country free and fair elections. I have kept my word. I have also expanded the space for Nigerians to participate in the democratic process. That is one legacy I will like to see endure.

Although some people have expressed mixed feelings about the results announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), I urge those who may feel aggrieved to follow due process based on our constitution and our electoral laws, in seeking redress.

Photo: Ice Prince meets Jay Z

Nice stuff!

LIB congratulates Nigeria's President-elect, Gen Buhari

The results have finally been read out and Nigeria will soon get a new president, Gen. Mohammadu Buhari. He contested four times, and finally now has victory. Here's a big congratulations to him from all of us at LIB.

About President Jonathan, he's really the hero in all this. His ambition to be president wasn't worth the bloodshed. He conducted a free, fair and credible election regardless of the outcome. He accepted defeat and set a good example. He's a true leader.  Let's all thank him for serving us since 2010.

Presidential election results for Borno state - APC wins

As announced by the collating officer for Borno state
AA - 145
ACPN - 243
AD - 392
ADC - 201
APA - 878
APC - 473,543
CPP - 310
HOPE - 88
KOWA - 158
NCP - 107
PDP - 25,640
PPN 143
UDP - 31
UPP - 41
Total valid votes - 501,920
Rejected votes - 13,088
Total votes cast - 515,008
Guess Nigeria has a new president. Congrats to Gen. Buhari

Elections is not about the num. of celebs behind you- Rukky Sanda, other celebs react

The actress shared her thoughts on the outcome of the election results this evening. See what Toyin 'mo le ku fun PDP' Aimakhu and Ini Edo also had to say about it after the cut...

Photos of Pres. Jonathan watching the election collation results

President Jonathan pictured with members of the National Peace Committee for 2015 Elections watching the election collation results as they were being announced at the National Collation center in Abuja today. Notice Dangote there? But he later moved...lol. Another photo after the cut...

Pep Stores renovates, donates over N20million worth of Items to Orphanages

In line with its Corporate Social Responsibility thrust, PEP Stores Nigeria, a leading multinational retail company specialized in clothing, Home wear, footwear, as well as other fast moving consumer goods has reached out to three orphanages in Nigeria; Beth Torry Home for the mentally handicapped, Little Saint Orphanage and Hearth of Gold Hospice by renovating some part of their buildings and donating items worth over 20 million Naira.

Photos: Dangote, Abdulsalam, Tambuwal, others with Buhari in Abuja

Africa's richest man don reach there already....lol. Buhari pictured speaking with Gen. Abdulsalam Abubakar. Aliko Dangote, Primate Nicholas Owoh, Tambuwal, Osinbajo, Chris Ngige and others are around Nigeria's president-elect at their APC office in Abuja this evening. More photos after the cut...

Atiku Abubakar congratulates Gen. Buhari on his victory

The former Vice President wrote a congratulatory message to Buhari which he shared on Facebook. See it below...
My hearty congratulations to His Excellency, General Muhammadu Buhari, for being elected the next president of our beloved county, Nigeria. You have led our party, the All Progressives Congress to an unprecedented victory within two years of it’s official formation, and in so doing, written the most important chapter of our democracy.

Asari Dokubo denies tweet being circulated claiming he is friends with any government in power

Former Niger Delta militant Asari Dokubo has denied a tweet being circulated where he purportedly said that he is a friend of any government in power. That is not his real twitter handle. What he wrote on Facebook above and the controversial tweet after the cut...

Photos: Jubilation at APC headquarters in Abuja

APC supporters pictured above celebrating at the party's headquarters in Abuja this evening in anticipation of INEC's announcement later today

Chude Jideonwo says GEJ has called Buhari to congratulate him on his victory

The commission will reconvene around 8pm to give us the result for the last state remaining - Borno, but as it stands, it looks like Nigeria now has a new president. Debola Williams and Chude Jideonwo who work with Gen. Buhari claim GEJ has called to congratulate Buhari over the election results.

Presidential election results for Delta state - PDP wins

As announced by Prof. Mobolaji Aluko, VC of Federal University, Otuoke, RO for Delta state
AA - 1,473
ACPN - 916
AD - 735
ADC - 888
APA - 478
APC - 48,910
CPP - 813
HOPE - 166
KOWA - 311
NCP - 670
PDP - 1,211,405
PPN - 393
UDP - 354
UPP - 261
Total valid votes - 1,267,773
Rejected votes - 17,075
Total votes cast - 1,284,848

Presidential election results for Sokoto state - APC wins

As announced by the Dep VC Usman Danfodio University, collating officer for Sokoto
AA - 249
ACPN - 535
AD - 714
ADC - 762
APA - 3,482
APC - 671,926 (APC wins)
CPP - 1,894
HOPE - 283
KOWA - 475
NCP - 686
PDP - 152,199
PPN - 605
UDP - 269
UPP - 180

Total valid votes - 834,259
Rejected votes - 42,110
Total votes cast - 876,369

Read Prof. Jega's epic response to Orubebe this morning

After PDP party agent Godsday Orubebe created an embarrassing scene at the collation centre in Abuja this morning, trying to disrupt announcement of results (read here) a very calm Jega told him;
"Mr Orubebe, you are a former Minister of the Federal Republic .You are a statesman in your own right. You should be careful about what you say or what allegations or accusations you make. Certainly you should be careful about your public conduct"
Jega's response to Orubebe has been hailed as mature and worthy of praise. In fact, there's a meaning for Jega now. 'Jega' - meaning - 'To be inexplicably chilled in the midst of stupidity or conflict". lol. Prof Jega's full response after the cut

Pics of Buhari watching final results of the 2015 presidential election

His party is leading...so far! More photos after the cut...

Presidential election results for Taraba state - PDP wins

As announced by Prof K. Mohammed, VC Modibbo Adama University of Tech. Yola, RO for Taraba
AA - 962
ACPN - 811
AD - 586
ADC - 320
APA - 1306
APC - 261,326
CPP - 1,033
HOPE - 161
KOWA - 153
NCP - 876
PDP - 310,800 (PDP wins)
PPN - 680
UDP - 224
UPP - 439
Total valid votes - 579,677
Rejected votes - 23,039
Total votes cast - 602,716

Presidential election results for Edo state - PDP wins

As announced by Prof Osasere Orumwense, VC, University of Benin - RO of Edo state
AA - 159
ACPN - 1284
AD - 450
ADC - 512
APA - 709
APC - 208,469
CPP - 325
HOPE -22
KOWA - 175
NCP - 516
PDP, 286,869 (PDP wins)
PPN - 729
UDP - 160
UPP - 72
Total valid votes - 500,451
Rejected votes - 22,334
Total votes - 522,785

2015 election results so far - 31 states declared - APC still leading

31 states declared so far. APC has 13,760,747 votes while PDP has 10,866,249 votes. Meaning that APC is ahead of PDP with 2,894,498 votes. Only 5 states remain - Sokoto, Taraba, Borno, Edo and Delta. The commission took a 10mins recess. Back in a few minutes

Presidential election results for Yobe state - APC wins

As announced by Prof. Abubakar Njodi, VC - University of Maiduguri, collation officer for Yobe
AA - 101
ACPN - 164
AD - 213
ADC - 112
APA - 632
APC - 446,265 (APC wins)
CPP - 329
HOPE - 67
KOWA - 104
NCP - 120
PDP - 25,526
PPN - 101
UDP - 30
UPP - 32
Total valid - 473,796
Rejected votes - 17,971
Total votes cast  - 491,767

Presidential election results for Bauchi state - APC wins

As announced by Prof. Mohammed Farouk, VC, Federal University, Kashere, Gombe, RO for Bauchi
AA - 131
ACPN - 232
AD - 173
ADC - 189
APA - 964
APC - 931,598 (APC wins)
CPP - 391
HOPE - 46
KOWA - 128
NCP - 207
PDP - 86,085
PPN - 128
UDP - 29
UPP - 37
Total valid votes - 1,020,338
Rejected votes -  19,437
Total votes cast - 1,039,775

Presidential election results for Benue state - APC wins

As announced by Prof Hayward Babale Mafuyai, VC, University of Jos, RO for Benue state
AA - 315
ACPN - 1464
AD - 254
ADC - 539
APA - 945
APC - 373,961 (APC wins)
CPP - 567
HOPE - 115
KOWA - 105
NCP - 683
PDP - 303,737
PPN - 439
UDP - 66
UPP - 74
Total valid votes - 683,264
Rejected votes - 19,867
Total votes cast - 703,131

Presidential election results for Kebbi - APC wins

As announced by Prof Mohammed, Dep VC (Academics) Usman Danfodio University, RO for Kebbi
AA -214
ACPN - 361
AD - 450
ADC - 472
APA - 2685
APC - 567,883 (APC wins)
CPP - 1794
HOPE - 213
KOWA - 448
NCP - 519
PDP - 100,972
PPN - 547
UDP - 207
UPP - 238
Total valid votes - 677,003
Rejected votes - 38,119
Total votes cast - 715,122

Presidential election results for Zamfara state - APC wins

As announced by Prof. A. Abdulzuru, VC of Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto, RO for Zamfara
AA - 125
ACPN - 238
AD - 290
ADC - 294
APA - 1310
APC - 612,202 (APC wins)
CPP - 655
HOPE - 14
KOWA - 122
NCP - 404
PDP - 144,833
PPN - 374
UDP - 93
UPP - 68
Total valid votes - 761,022
Rejected votes - 19157
Total votes cast - 780,179

Presidential election results for Adamawa state - APC wins

As announced by the collating officer for Adamawa state
AA - 495
ACPN - 1166
AD - 595
ADC - 1012
APA - 1549
APC - 374,701 (APC wins)
CPP - 819
HOPE - 267
KOWA - 752
NCP - 1212
PDP - 251,664
PPN - 1163
UDP - 289
UPP - 334
Total valid votes  - 636,018
Rejected votes - 25,192
Total votes cast - 661,210

Video of Orubebe disrupting proceedings at INEC collation centre

For those who missed it, here's the video of former Minister of Niger Delta Affairs and PDP party agent Godsday Orubebe attempting to disrupt the announcement of the presidential election results at the collation centre in Abuja this morning as it was about to start. (Read previous story here). He was shouting abusive words at INEC chairman, Prof. Jega. Called him tribalistic, partial, selective and that he has been compromised. His conduct was shameful to say the least. Watch ...

PDP spokesperson, Olisa Metuh speaks on Orubebe's outburst at collation center

PDP publicity secretary, Olisa Metuh spoke to Channels TV on the outburst of their party agent Elder Godsday Orubebe at the collation center this morning. What he told Chanels TV below
"In a democratic process, we must follow democratic channels. Yesterday we questioned the opposition party about certain things they had done to challenge states. We expect our members to follow the same process as well. This party has a tradition of decency and will follow democratic channels to lay complaints. Ours is to protest and make our voices heard through recognized channels and wait for democratic process to be followed. We directed our members that everyone should conduct himself within democratic norms and principles. That is all we have to say about that." he said

Presidential election results so far - APC still leading

The presidential election results for 26 states has so far been announced and right now, APC is still leading with 10,462,670 votes while PDP has 9,953,432 votes. The difference is 509,238 votes.

The election announcement will continue in about 30mins. They are on recess. We still have Sokoto, Borno, Zamfara, Kebbi, Taraba, Benue, Adamawa, Bauchi, Delta and Edo. Fingers crossed!

Presidential election results for Rivers state - PDP wins

As announced by Prof Etu-Efeotor, VC Federal University of Petroleum Resources, RO for Rivers
AA -1066
AD - 1,104
ACPN - 525
ADC - 1031
APA - 513
APC - 69,238
CPP - 40
HOPE -542
KOWA - 2274
NCP - 565
PDP - 1,487,075 (PDP wins)
PPN - 492
UDP - 303
UPP - 156
Total valid votes - 1,565,461
Rejected votes - 19,307
Total votes cast - 1,584,768
The commission is taking 30mins break to reconvene by 1.30pm

Presidential election results for Cross River state - PDP wins

As announced by Prof. Comfort Ekpo, VC University of Uyo, Akwa-Ibom, RO for Cross River state
AA - 279
ACPN - 514
AD - 709
ADC - 749
APA - 532
APC - 28,368
CPP - 381
HOPE - 237
KOWA - 312
NCP - 930
PDP - 414,863 (PDP wins)
PPN - 864
UDP - 289
UPP - 1487
Total valid votes - 450,514
Rejected votes - 15392
Totl votes cast - 465,906

Presidential election results for Gombe - APC wins

As announced by Prof A. Ibrahim, VC of Abubakar Tafawa University, Bauchi, RO for Gombe state
AA - 104
ACPN - 192
AD - 169
ADC - 247
APA - 773
APC - 361,245 (APC wins)
CPP - 407
HOPE - 46
KOWA - 97
NCP - 227
PDP - 96,873
PPN - 157
UDP - 25
UPP - 37
Total valid votes - 460,599
Rejected votes - 12845
Total votes cast - 473,444

Presidential election results for Bayelsa - PDP wins

As announced by Prof Joseph Ajienka, VC University of Port Harcourt, collation officer for Bayelsa
AA - 45
ACPN - 38
AD - 69
ADC - 116
APA -70
APC - 5,194
CPP - 44
HOPE - 18
KOWA - 52
NCP - 95
PDP - 361,209 (PDP wins)
PPN - 62
UDP - 20
UPP - 35
Total valid votes - 367,067
Rejected votes - 4,672
Total votes cast - 371739

Presidential election results for Lagos - APC wins

As announced by Prof. Isaac Adewole, VC, University of Ibadan, collation officer for Lagos state
AA - 1,795
ACPN - 3,038
AD - 4,453
ADC - 2,072
APA - 2,177
APC - 792,460 (APC wins)
CPP - 1,125
HOPE - 255
KOWA - 1,000
NCP - 1,430
PDP - 632,327
PPN - 1,041
UDP - 269
UPP - 244
Total valid votes - 1,443,686
Rejected votes - 52289
Total votes cast - 1,495,975

Presidential election results for Niger state - APC wins

As announced by Prof Ambali, VC of University of Ilorin, Ilorin, collation officer for Niger state
AA - 307
ACPN - 441
AD - 403
ADC - 614
APA - 2,006
APC - 657,678 (APC wins)
CPP - 1,264
HOPE - 198
KOWA - 305
NCP - 550
PDP - 149,222
PPN - 449
UDP - 116
UPP - 118
Total valid votes - 813671
Rejected votes - 31,012
Total votes cast - 844,683

Presidential election results for Ebonyi state - PDP wins

As announced by Prof. Ahaneku, VC Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, RO for Ebonyi state
AA - 426
ACPN - 1214
AD - 1,133
ADC - 2,704
APA - 2,452
APC - 19,518
CPP - 2,345
HOPE - 989
KOWA - 913
NCP - 1,890
PDP - 323,653 (PDP wins)
PPN - 1,168
UDP - 624
UPP - 4,859
Total valid votes - 363,888
Rejected votes - 29,449
Total votes cast - 393,337

PDP official disrupts INEC result announcement, says Jega is partial and has been compromised

The PDP party agent at the Collation center in Abuja, Elder Godsday Orubebe is currently staging a protest at the INEC result collation center alleging that Prof Jega has been compromised. According to him, Professor Jega has been selective, partial and is tribalistic. He said APC had written a letter to INEC concerning an alleged rigging in Rivers state which he immediately sent a committee to investigate the issue but that when PDP wrote protest letters on the elections in Katsina, Kaduna and Jigawa, Jega did not send anyone to attend to their protest.

Orubebe, who is a former Minister of Niger Delta, is now calling for Jega to stop result collation. He sat on stage and refused to allow the result announcement to continue...

Advertising Titan, Sylvester Moemeke, Passes on at 82

One of the leading pioneers of the Nigerian advertising industry, Mr. Ifeanyichukwu Sylvester Moemeke, has passed on at the age of 82. He died peacefully in his home on Friday, March 8, 2015.

Mr. Moemeke, aptly described as the ‘father’ of Nigerian advertising, was born on December 28, 1933 at Onicha-Uku, in Aniocha-North LGA of Delta State. He attended schools in Ikot-Ekpene, Lagos and Benin before proceeding to London for his university education.

Dakore Akande looking fab in this colour-block dress

The actress on the set of Moments with Mo looking fab in this bibi for biba color-block dress.

Oh dear! See actress Tara Reid's bikini body (photos)

39 year old actress Tara Reid was photographed at Miami beach over the weekend looking worrying thin. Her bony ribcage and large thigh gap sparked concern among fans but Tara looked like she was having the time of her life and even posted photos of her tiny frame on her instagram page. She's previously laughed off criticism of her figure, claiming she was born with a thin physique. Her body looks way older than her face. More pics after the cut..

Pics: Meet the LIB readers who met on Facebook & are now married

The very positive side of social media. LIB reader Kezie Obinna met his woman on Facebook a few years ago and married her on August 16th 2014. The couple wanted to share their story after reading about the couple that met on Twitter and are now married (read here)

Kezie says he thanks the founder of Facebook for giving him the platform to find the love of his life. More photos after the cut...

Photos: Women & elderly rescued in Gwoza as military continues search in recaptured town

Press statement from military below..
A number of women, the elderly and children who were locked up by fleeing terrorists in Gwoza have been freed by troops as cordon and search along with mopping up operations continue in the town. The freed hostages some of whom are so weak are being given medical attention while others are also receiving necessary care pending the arrival and activities of aid agencies. Some of them are also providing useful information for the intelligence in aid of troops operations in the area.

Photos from the flooding in Lagos yesterday...

Here are photos from the downpour in Lagos yesterday. This is what less than 30mins of rain did to our roads. This is from Obanikoro to Maryland.

I don't shake hands with women- RSUST Best graduating student says

Falola Ajumobi, who was adjudged the Best Graduating student at the recently held 27th convocation ceremony of the Rivers state University of Science and Technology, RSUST, says one of the things he had to do to achieve his academic feat was to distance himself from women. He said he doesn't even shake hands with women. Huh?. Falola, who graduated as a Petroleum Engineer with a CGPA of 4.82 says he was also very religious while on campus
"There is no way students of the opposite sex would not have passed glances at me. But I am a very religious person; I don’t shake hands with ladies and right from time, they know me for that. So, the only thing is that we greet from a distance. That does not mean that we do not crack jokes because that has made them to know me" he told Punch

Have you seen the Kings taking over social media?

Article not written by me. It is an an advertorial. Read below...
There I was on my own looking for elections talk on social media, but a certain picture of two lion heads won’t stop coming into my space. Several celebrities and media personalities have used it on their page from Friday till today. Some of the celebrities are; Sasha, Skales, KEL, Mr May D, Audu Maikori, LilKesh, Tola Odunsi and many more. Trust Nigerians to have linked it to politics. I guess we will have to fold our hands till 1st of April to see who these lions are and what they are coming with. Wait oh! April 1st is April fool’s day! This had better not be a joke o!! You can check out #AprilLions to see things for yourself. Does anybody have an idea what this could be? 

Dr Sid graduates as a Director from the New York Film Academy

After studying for months at the New York Film Academy, Mavin Records artist; Dr Sid is now a certified music video/film director. He shared his certificate on instagram. Congrats to him.

Pics from the star-studded launch of Jay Z's music streaming service, Tidal

Yesterday, March 30th, Jay Z made history with the launch of his new music streaming service, Tidal, in NYC and many of his A-list friends came out to support him. Kanye West, Rihanna, Usher, Nicki Minaj, J Cole, Madonna, Alicia Keys and many others including his wife Beyonce were there.

Tidal is an entertainment streaming service and artist hub that delivers high-fidelity streaming music along with exclusive content, editorial, experiences and merchandise. Jay acquired the company for $56 Million earlier this year. A lot of music friends will now be streaming/selling their music via this platform. See photos from the event after the cut...