Monday, 19 September 2022

Mp3: Abigail Oridupa — Yanmuyanmu


Abigail Oridupa is a Nigeria based singer, actor, song/screenwriter and filmmaker.
She is an independent artiste. Though Abigail has written and performed original songs for different movies, YANMUYANMU (released in September 2022), is her second single after her first Afropop single titled Eldorado, which was released in January 2020.

YANMUYANMU is an Afrobeats song. It is a social consciousness song with reflective lyrics and exciting chorus fantastically delivered to ignite hope in the minds of people.

Apart from having an optimistic attitude, Abigail Oridupa is an advocate of peace and nature lover. With over one hundred and one songs written across different genres (like: Afrobeats, Chant, Pop, R&B,
Soul, Gospel, Rap, etc) and many interesting stories for books and films, Abigal Oridupa believes there is an appointed time for every story to be told and she hopes to tell most ofthese stories if not all one at a time viamusic, films and books.





Saturday, 17 September 2022

Music: Koko Pee - Na Your Mate


 Talented Rapper and Singer Koko Pee returns with another groovy tune “Na your mate”. 

Okokowa Ogaga popularly known by his stage name Koko Pee is a Rapper,Singer,songwriter and content creator. He has previously blessed listeners with great tunes and a widely accepted EP including hit tracks like “Go Down”, “Allow Love”, and “I Survive”. 

“Na Your Mate” is yet another classical dance tune that is expected to be a club favorite and a viral sound for content creators because of its lyrics.

Friday, 16 September 2022

Listen to 'my eyes bleed', new single by E.M.G


E.M.G - My Eyes Bleed

Hip hop artist 'EmG' release a new track titled "My Eyes Bleed" Remix

Doubt have been something common working with fear making me feel I'm wasting my time, like even if I'm doing something i love something i feel is meant for me still i feel there is no space for me in it, like i won't blow up cause I'm afraid people might probably not like what I do or something cause i ain't as good as the others. Is everything I feel is like me myself and I are fighting on who will take over but I just want to do me cause I've understand that no matter what I do not everybody will like me, I believe that even if 100 people hate me 100 different people will like me I guess they all have their views on how they look at me so I can't change what they believe all I can do Is me and I know that I will always be lock with God-COde and no body can't hack it that is a fact.

So just always believe in anything you do and love cause it will glow and show the world someday as long you don't give up. JUST BELIEVE


E.M.G - My Eyes Bleed



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Thursday, 15 September 2022

Which Is Better To Use, CardVest or Giftcardstonaira?


Gift card trading in Nigeria is an increasingly popular way of making money. From 2003 to date, Nigerians have spent more than $2.5 billion on gift cards.  It is not uncommon to see individuals with a stack of gift cards on their hands. Some people also buy them for their friends and family members as gifts for birthdays, christmas, weddings or anniversaries.

When it comes to selling your gift cards, there are a few different ways you can go about it. Selling them for cash is one option, but the reality is that not everyone has time to manage this process themselves. There are lots of brands out there that will buy your gift card from you, you just need to figure out if they are giving you the best deal.

Cardvest is a platform which allows Nigerians to trade their gift cards for naira. It is accessible via the web and the Cardvest mobile app which has an easy-to-use interface. Cardvest began its operation in 2016 and It is the best option for those who want to get more money for their unused gift cards. Giftcardstonaira is another brand that offers this service to its consumers. It is accessible via the web and a mobile app as well.

How do I download the Cardvest mobile app?

i. Open Google play store and search ‘Cardvest’.

ii. Select ‘Cardvest’ and click on Install.

Alternatively, you can click here to download Cardvest on your mobile device.

Why sell your gift cards with Cardvest?

Selling gift cards in Nigeria can be tough but CardVest helps you sell your gift cards fast and easily with the best rates in the market. Cardvest is widely known for its dominance in the Nigerian e-commerce space and has a customer base of over 20,000 customers. CardVest enables customers to buy and sell gift cards at their convenience and offers users a better experience because of its user-friendly interface.

Selling gift cards on Cardvest is safe, secure, and hassle-free since they handle all transactions on their site. Some popular gift cards you can trade on Cardvest are Amazon, American Express (AMEX), Nike, Visa, Walmart, Target, Macy’s, Nordstrom, Playstation, iTunes, Steam, One Vanilla, Apple, Xbox, Netflix, Offgamers, eBay, Razergold, Footlocker and Google Play. Nigerians can sell any brand of gift card(s) they don't need and get paid instantly by Cardvest in Naira (NGN).

Cardvest provides contact information for its customer care service should there be any problems while using its platform. CardVest and Giftcardstonaira both offer a way to sell your gift cards in Nigeria but Cardvest aims to provide the best customer experience by providing great rate offers for your gift cards and supreme customer service.


Monday, 12 September 2022

"2023 Is A Crossroad For Every Nigerian Youth" - Hon. Bello Buhari Ibrahim


These days, when youths involvement in politics is argued across Africa, one compelling fact that can't be undermined, is Nigeria’s contribution into the revolutionary process.

As a country with bountiful Creatives, innovative heads, and resourceful young leaders, Nigeria beacon with some of the best minds globally, and one of such young minds, is Hon. Bello Buhari Ibrahim.

With optimal desire to help Nigeria grow and develop, Bello Buhari has put himself in the forefront of service. A board member; foreign Investment Network, New York. Chief Executive Officer of Carbon Credit Australia, and Member, Advisory of African Union in Nigeria.

During a recent interview with, Buhari who has a long history of deep relations with obviously all members of the current USA Administration; President Joe Biden; Vice President Kamala Harris; Secretary of Treasury, Janet Yellen; and others - he figured out some of our fundamental problems affecting Nigeria.

"If we focus on the right things, Nigeria will be a Pinup country the rest of the world would look up to."

"We should invest more in Human Capital. It's the first spec in creating a better society. The amount of resources we have, both natural and human is amazing. What we need is viable leadership, so that we can consolidate on these resources for the benefit of the entire country. It's a one-shoe-in for economic growth.

"We have all it takes to lead the rest of the world, and I think there will be alot of decisions to be made, come 2023. We are conscious of the possibilities we have ahead. 2023 is a crossroad to mark our involvements as young people. We need leaders who believe that young people can impact in the scheme of things."

Monday, 5 September 2022

Williams Ruto’s victory: Timi Frank urges Nigeria’s Judiciary to learn from Kenyan’s Supreme Court


 A former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Comrade Timi Frank, on Monday, lauded the Kenyan Supreme Court for upholding the election of Williams Ruto as President-elect of the country.

Frank in a statement in Abuja, said the Kenyan judiciary deserved accolades for demonstrating courage, firmness, fairness and transparency in its ruling on the petition that challenged the victory of Ruto, which was filed by opposition leader, Raila Odinga.

He however called on the Judiciary the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Nigeria and indeed Africa to learn from the Kenyan Judiciary by ensuring justice at all times without minding the whims and caprices of the establishment or ruling political parties.

Frank who is the United Liberation Movement for West Papua (ULMWP) Ambassador to East Africa and Middle East, said: “The Kenyan Judiciary has become a shining example of true justice devoid of manipulation and intimidation on the African Continent.

“This is the same Supreme Court that nullified the election of a sitting President and ordered a bye-election following observed irregularities.

“This track record of impartiality is rare in Nigeria and indeed, the African Continent where the judiciary is often muzzled and manipulated to rule in favour of the establishment or ruling political parties.

“The courage and sterling qualities of the Kenyan Supreme Court in ruling in favour of Ruto, irrespective of the groundswell of opposition against his election as President-elect by his political rival, Raila Odinga and the Kenyan establishment, is worthy of emulation.”

He once again congratulated Ruto over his election and Supreme Court victories.

He called on Ruto to form a government of national unity in the interest of peace and development of Kenyan as a country and Africa as a continent.



Comrade Timi Frank
ULMWP Ambassador to East Africa and Middle East.

Friday, 2 September 2022

VIDEO: Zeak Ft King Prof Obewe - Iyi


Rapper Anuebunwa Chijioke Francis aka Zeak has proven that no song or artist deserves to be tagged forgotten despite their era with the song ‘Iyi’.

The song which featured Abia State born High-life singer Prof. Obewe showed again that Afro-Beat is a diverse genre having fused rap with Prof. Obewe’s kind of sound.

His Cultural Majesty King Prof Obewe and his Ohuhu Brothers were a known high-life and Igbo cultural music band in 90s and 2000s especially in Abia State, while Zeak who has also lived in the state said Prof. Obewe is one of his early inspirations in music.

“Prof Obewe is a legend, someone I love and respect so much, so working with him is like connecting with a piece of the history of music in Igbo land especially because there is no way you can wright him off”

“Iyi is more of a metaphorical representation of the situation we find ourselves in Nigeria today, trying to ask questions as to who is causing the untold hardship people are facing in Nigeria”

“Sometimes music has to be made like poetry, something that means more than the beat, dance steps and vibes”, Zeak said.

With the video of ‘Iyi’ released on YouTube, Zeak said the next thing is to get it out there for many people to see it.

“If everyone in the world can see it, that will be lovely. The next thing is to push it as far as possible because no doubt, it is pure good music and people love it”.

Click here to stream ‘Iyi; and watch the video below.



Tuesday, 30 August 2022

Music: Segxzy - Konji


Segxzy returns with another bang for music lovers.

The Segz Records front-line music act finally drops audio of his much talked about song titled KONJI, the song which produced by veteran music producer Cheepho is a party anthem that gives essence to lovers.

KONJI by SEGXZY, download, listen & share below..



Monday, 29 August 2022



Amongst the many problems that seem to have slowed growth and developmental projects in Nigeria, is poor Leadership. Nigeria has been shaken by the impact of extreme poverty with huge domestic and foreign debts, an upsurge of a plethora of social vices – terrorism, genocidal killings, kidnapping, incessant ethno-religious violence, bereavement of health system, mental health problems manifesting suicide, among other conditions that demonstrate failure of government and a large gap between the governing authority and the citizenry, the Rule of law, knowledge system, competence and patriotism.

After the civil unrest tagged “End SARS protest” that gripped the country in October 2020 along with exacerbated terror actions and geo-ethno groups’ violence and killings with accentuated economic failures and administrative incompetence.

As Nigeria prepare to go to the ballot, a lot of questions abound on who would eventually hold the mantle of Leadership. And what are the possibilities of a  different spice to where Nigerians are agitating for?

In his recent book titled ‘SIX DECADES A MISSING PRESIDENT’, Cyprian F. Edward-Ekpo who is a Registrar of the International Institute for Humanitarian & Environmental Law, and legal researcher, scholar, and human rights advocate – dotted key issues that have labeled around Nigeria’s decade-long problems.

He approached the book with some untold Story Why Nigeria Fails, and Atiku Abubakar’s Rethinking of Link between Governance Agenda and Nigeria’s Renaissance. He scribbled some detailed directions to go; and further gave credence to Former Vice President and Presidential Candidate, Atiku’s Five-Point Agenda. His Manifesto on how to restore seems to have won his analytical appreciation.

In the book’s seventh chapter, Cyprian F. Edward-Ekpo touched on the pragmatic sense of Atiku’s Five-Point Agenda is examined – on how he hopes to achieve the same, and what methodology for the achievement. The Agenda has stated its commitment to achievement through:

– Restoration of Nigeria’s unity through equity, social justice as well as cooperation and consensus amongst heterogeneous people.

– Establishment of a strong and effective democratic government that guarantees the safety and security of life and property.

– Building a strong, resilient, and prosperous economy that creates jobs and wealth and lift the poor out of poverty.

– Improvement and strengthening of the education system to equip its recipients with the education and skills required to be competitive in the new global order which is driven by innovation, science, and technology and to lead healthy, productive, and meaningful lives.

– In his Conclusion, he agreed that it seems that credibility and pragmatism contained in Atiku Abubakar’s Five-Point Agenda with regards to resolving the endemic problems of Nigeria are hidden particularly from those who only see in the general norm than analytical values and practicality. What are the social conditions that are responsible for the prospects of the Five-Point Agenda to be hidden from a vast majority of Nigerians is an important social question.

Music: Viber - Suru


 Adedokun Joshua Opeyemi also known as ''Viber''

 hails from oyo state , born & bred in Ajegunle Lagos . The 18yrs old is releasing his first debut single titled “ SURU “ produced by perfperf sounds . 
Download & enjoy

Sunday, 28 August 2022

Out on all digital platforms - Samileesky drops new single ; 'FINE GIRL'


[Music] Samileesky - Fine girl

Full name: Samuel Febechi Torty also Known as “Samileesky” 

was born on 3rd March 1999 into the family of seven and I’m the 3rd born of the family.. I recorded my first single in 2021 tittled Fine Girl 

TRENDING🔥: Music] DJ Nelly ft Youngest - Dey 4 the boy

I attended my nursery, primary and secondary school in Nigeria

Born and grow up in Abia State and a native of Amuma Ohafia.. 

Facebook @samileesky 

Instagram @samileesky 

Twitter @samileesky 




Song lyrics 

I say baby give me one make I write em down 

Yeah yeah yaa 

Just samiboy on this…

Yeah yea 

My fine girl, My Fine Girl 

Girl your body calling…

Fine Girl, My Fine Girl 

Hello… Yeah 

I want to know yaa 

Baa Baby no dey fear come closer yeah 

For your Love I’m loyal,

I say maka this Love I fee spend all my Mulla 

Yeah Mhmmm

I want To Love yaa 

Me say if you give me love

I No Go leave Yaa yeah 

Me and you Lavida loca 

I say Make this live I fee fight any soldier yeah 

Cos For a long time Me I dey wait for you 

A longtime me I dey wait for you

Girl. for a longtime me I dey wait for you 

For a longtime I don dey wait For you!! 

Your my Fine Girl 

I say baby come boss up for me 

My Fine Girl Ohh Oh 

Mm Your my Fine Girl 

I say baby come chop my money 

Fine girl Ohh Ohh 

Mm Your my Fine Girl, 

I SAY baby come meet my mommy 

Fine Girl Ohh Ohh.. 

Mm Your my Fine Girl 

I say me I won meet your mommy

I won meet your mommy 

Yeah yeah yeah 

With the way you hold me

I No Fee Control Myself again 

( Iyoo iyoo Ooh) 

And Ee Get As Ee Do Me 

Girl Na You dey boost my brain


Baby Have No Fear I Won’t Disappoint You 

A lifetime I will Be Around You 

I say Maka This Thing that I Feel For You 

Girl If You Permit me I’ll fight Kunfu Ooh!! 

I want to Love Yaa 

Me Say If you give me Love 

I No Go Leave Yaa Yeah 

Me and you Lavida Loca 

I say Maka This Love 

Girl I Fee Pull a trigger 


Cos For A longtime, I don dey Wait For you 

A longtime me I dey wait for you 

Girl, For a longtime I don Dey wait for you 

A longtime me I dey wait for youuu Oh 

Your my Fine Girl 

I say baby come boss up for me 

( come boss up for me my baby ooh oh) 

Mm Your my Fine Girl 

I say Me I won meet your mommy

My Fine Girl Oh Ohh 

Mm Your My Fine Girl 

I say baby come chop my money

( Come Chop My Money yeah yeah)

I say Your my Fine Girl 

Me I won meet your mommy 

I won meet your mommy my baby oh oh 

I, I, I, I , I, I baby girl I love youu oh 

Girl I love you Ohh 

Make I, Make I meet your mommy and say I love you..

I Wonna Meet your Daddy and Say I love Youu Oh

You know I love you ooh oh 

Yeah yeah…. 

Written by: Samileesky

Thursday, 25 August 2022



Naziru Isyaku Rabiu has resigned from his Executive Director post at his father’s BUA Foods PLC less than a year after his appointment. BUA Foods Plc, one of Nigeria’s biggest and publicly-traded food production companies.More facts have emerged revealing the reasons behind his resignation.

A corporate disclosure that was filed with the Nigerian Exchange (NGX) said the resignation took effect on August 17, 2022. The statement did not offer further explanations.

“BUA Foods Plc (the Company) hereby notifies the Nigerian Exchange Limited and the investing public of the resignation of Isyaku Naziru Rabiu as a Director on the Board of Directors of the Company with effect from 17th August 2022,” the brief statement said.

However, a source at the company who spoke to us anonymously revealed that Rabiu’s resignation became necessary to enable BUA Foods to meet some regulatory requirements as set by NGEX.

Nigeria’s Code of Corporate Governance (on family and interlocking directorship) requires that “not more than two members of the same family shall sit on the Board of a public company at the same time,” the source said.

In the same vein, the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) in Nigeria has a similar requirement under its Corporate Governance Guidelines.

Naziru Isyaku Rabiu is the son of Nigerian billionaire Abdul Samad Rabiu, who currently serves as the Chairman and CEO of BUA Group owners of BUA Foods PLC. Already another member of the family is on the Board as an Executive Director.

Before he was appointed an Executive Director at BUA Foods Plc in November 2021, he was a director at IRS Pasta & Flour Limited which was later merged with other companies to form BUA Foods Plc. In January 2022, BUA Foods Plc was listed on the Nigerian Exchange. And this necessitated the latest board changes.

The source who spoke to us in confidence maintained that Naziru Isyaku Rabiu remains an Executive at BUA Foods in the meantime.

The young professional, who holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Economics from the University of Hertfordshire, has held previous positions within the conglomerate, including Commercial Director and Business Development Officer.

Naziru had also briefly worked as a business analyst at Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc, one of Nigeria’s leading indigenous oil exploration firms.