Sunday, 17 January 2021

Music: G Bless - Life Na Jeje


G bless a Nigerian singer, song writer and composer, debuts his smash hit single titled "Life Na Jeje"

This jam was produced by naija finest producer bigmc pro.

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Saturday, 16 January 2021

Music: Mega C - Oringo


Mega C is a song writer and fast rising musician from NigeriaThe african rising star has delivered several melodious tunes that left his fans in no doubt of his musical talent.
His new single Oringo is a party jam that will get you dancing while you vibe with it.You will sure agree that Mega C is good with harmonizing his lyrics with the beat to create a perfect tune.



Oringo Lyrics

To pop champagne obulu obele ife 

Mana icho the fun ibute ezigbo Ike 

Ebute the cash akpobazie meetings 

Because after the hustle emebazie gini 

Have fun 

Oringo Oringo fun 

Oringo Oringo fun 

Oringo Oringo fun 

Oringo Oringo fun 

Oringo Oringo fun 

Oringo Oringo fun 

Oringo Oringo fun 

Oringo Oringo fun 

Anytime we ball I shut down everywhere 

Baby take my card and order anything 

We chilling tonight your boy killing me 

So make I take you to house anyi matu obele isi

Have fun 

Oringo Oringo fun 

Oringo Oringo fun 

Oringo Oringo fun 

Oringo Oringo fun 

Oringo Oringo fun 

Oringo Oringo fun 

Oringo Oringo fun 

Oringo Oringo fun 

When my people doing so good for life 

No envy cos w don tee oh 

Plenty hustle bobos don do for life 

Just to make sure money dey oh 

All my ladies we go party tonight 

Come make we drink I don pay oh 

Make me happy give me value for life 

Play the music I don’t care oh 

This one na big boys party 

We popping something 

Haters are looking frowning 

There BP rising 

Champagne Hennessy popping 

We love good something 

Come make I teach you something 

No hate good something 

If you hate an oloye na hunger go kill you 

Nwanne je chuba ego 

Am enjoying my life aproko no go feed you 

Nwanne je chuba ego 

We are getting alert and they getting aggressive 

Nwanne je chuba ego 

We are popping the bottles money no go finish 

Nwanne je chuba ego 

To pop champagne obulu obele ife 

Mana icho the fun ibute ezigbo Ike 

Ebute the cash akpobazie meetings 

Because after the hustle emebazie gini

Organ Harvesting, Human Trafficking, and the Black Market


 Fifty years ago, the abomination of slavery seemed like a thing of the past. But history has a way of repeating itself. Today, we find that human slavery is once again a sickening reality. At this moment, men, women and children are being trafficked and exploited all over the world: 2.4 million have been trafficked into forced labour worldwide of these, 600,000 to 800,000 are trafficked across borders each year and 12,000 children are working as slaves on cocoa plantations in West Africa. It is impossible to ever reach a consensus on the true scale of the problem but, regardless of the figures, what matters is that human trafficking is big and getting bigger.

What matters is that every number represents a human life destroyed. It is happening on every continent and in almost every country: whether the place we live is a source, destination or transit point for trafficking, none of us can claim to be wholly unaffected by this crime.

In criminal law, kidnapping is the unlawful transportation, asportation and confinement of a person against their will. It can also be defined as false imprisonment by means of abduction, both of which are separate crimes that when committed simultaneously upon the same person merge as the single crime of kidnapping.

The asportation/abduction element is typically but not necessarily conducted by means of force or fear. That is, the perpetrator may use a weapon to force the victim into a vehicle, but it is still kidnapping if the victim is enticed to enter the vehicle willingly (e.g. in the belief that it is a taxi).

Kidnapping may be done to demand for ransom in exchange for releasing the victim, or for other illegal purposes. Kidnapping can also be accompanied by bodily or psychological injury which elevates the crime to aggravated kidnapping.

A new form of this crime called is gradually rising to the fore in the united states, with its operational center in California where victims are heavily sedated by drugs before their abduction. Also more scary is the fact that a lot of the perpetrators are infact Nigerians. The victim catalog is now also beginning to include Nigerians both home and abroad.

In October of 2020, a Newport Beach pot dealer in California was sentenced to life in prison for the kidnapping and mutilation of a Southern California marijuana dispensary owner who was found in the Mojave Desert after a harrowing abduction.

Hossain Nayeri, who gained fame by staging a daring escape from the Orange County jail while awaiting trial, was sentenced to two consecutive life-without-parole prison terms for the brutal kidnapping and torture.

One thing we are not sure about is if this cartel is operated by the same Nigerian organ harvesting cartel that sells human organs as simple as other wares in the Anambra market but with the expertise of surgeons and anesthesiologists.

When families or individuals are tired of spending years on a medical waiting list, they sometimes purchase body parts – kidneys, eyes, lungs, heart, limbs and more – for transplant on the black market. This and many more are the driving forces behind the growing human traficking and organ harvesting.

It sounds like science fiction, but organ harvesting is an unfortunate fact in the criminology world of today. It is a criminal offense to traffic body parts, or perform transplants from any source not legally affiliated with a hospital or other medical facility, but legality doesn’t deter either side of these transactions.

Notably, quite a lot of illegally-trafficked body parts are harvested by any means necessary, and are gladly received, no-questions-asked, by the person willing to pay top dollar for a kidney, a heart, or a hip.

According to the UN Gift Hub, organ trafficking falls into three categories:

(1) Traffickers who trick the victim into giving up an organ for no cost.

(2) Con artists who convince victims to sell their organs, but who do not pay or who pay less than they agreed to pay

(3) Doctors who treat people for ailments which may or may not exist, and remove the organs without the victim’s knowledge

The organ trafficking trade involves a host of offenders. As the UN Gift noted, there is a recruiter who seeks out the ‘donor,’ there is a transporter of the organs, there are staff of the hospital or clinic that receives the organs, and of course the medical practitioners who perform the transplants. There are also middlemen, contractors, buyers and the banks that store the organs/tissue

Just this week a missing little girl was found alive, with her throat slit, and dumped in a soak away pit not far from her parent’s home after she went missing for days. She had ben abducted by a carpenter who lived right behind her parent’s hom

Gradually tipping it over the edge as these criminals throw cautin to the wind as the victims are now closer home as family and friends are not spared.

Source: warridigest

Wednesday, 13 January 2021

Knevil Police Ft. Sheglass - Fly Ninjas


Knevil Police Ft. Sheglass - Fly Ninjas download and share below..


Music: Easy Cross - Darling Jesus

Industry heavyweight Gospel sensation "Easy cross" is back with another smash hit single titled "Darling jesus"

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Tuesday, 12 January 2021

Don't Let VIO Catch You, Check If Your Car Has A Fine!!!


Many traffic offenders in Lagos State remain in default of paying their traffic offence penalties. 

The LASG is therefore currently putting in place IT mechanism that will collate and publish the list of offenders and deploy appropriate sanctions.

 In showing understanding of the current economic situation of its citizens and to show fairness and good faith, the LASG has therefore announced a 50% rebate on these existing unpaid traffic fines from  January 1 to 31st January 2021. 

After this deadline, the full 100% penalty would be payable, with VIO tasked with apprehending offenders and bringing them to book.

Check the portal to see if your vehicle is listed. 

All of this is geared towards not only ensuring safer & saner roads, but a greater, better, more desirable Lagos for us all.

Announcer: Lagos State Vehicle Inspection Service PRO.

Saturday, 9 January 2021

Righteous Man - Big God


So many things to be grateful for,
If it had not been the Big God on our side, we would've been dead by now.

But we have a Big God who amid the pandemic proved no problem is bigger than His mercy.

A Big God who never let us down when the economy of the world shutdown and everyone in lockdown.

I love this Big God who single-handedly took us from a challenging 2020 to a Victorious 2021.

This brand New Song from the Gospel Reggae Powerhouse is letting us know how powerful and merciful our God His.

BIG GOD. Another Righteous man Production for
Praise Affairs International.

Thursday, 7 January 2021

Music: Skymax ft Mighty J - Ifeoma


Skymax is back again with a new year banger titled "Ifeoma" featuring "mighty j"
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Tuesday, 5 January 2021

[Music] J Money Ft. Lil B - Talk


Talented singer songwriter and Performer “J MONEY” Aka ‘J BOI’ dishes a brad new single Featuring Tye Wilberforce prince “Lil B” .  

The dancehall singer who is originally from Delta State burutu local government area okpokunu town precisely, grew up in bayelsa State Kaiama kolokuma. 

The fast growing artists is no doubt of bayelsa’s favorite artist, check out Talk listen and download


Monday, 21 December 2020

Yhemhi – Energy Ft. Pedro Barucci


After the success of sophomore EP, YFTG! Yhemhi is back with a brand new song which he titles ENERGY featuring Pedro Barucci. Together they delivered energy, cohesion, melody and rhythm, qualities synonymous to Yhemhi’s music. Energy is a song that truly represents its title, with great delivery and impeccable sultry lyrics, a song that will get the listener hyped at every listen. This is a great song! Enjoy and “kpalansa”.


Sunday, 20 December 2020

Music: Mogream – GML (Give Me Love)


Multi-talented Nigerian artiste, ”Mogream” is seeking to set his feet strong in the music industry with the release of his first debut single titled: GML (Give Me Love). The Warri born United State based singer delivers excellently on this song, making him one of the most talented young new act to watch out for in Nigeria’s music industry.

“Give Me Love” is an extra-ordinary love song with clear message of love and affection. Listen Below:-