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[Download Music] Olamide – Bugle

Wed Oct 17, 2018 12:25 pm by Emmi

Long time ago, we have this kind of #Olamide mood! Glad to get back the Olamide we know from inception.



The YBNL, Olamide boss dishes out a new jamming strictly rap single tittled “Bugle“. This is one is a must hear.

If you don’t have this one on your playlist, wetin you gain?

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[Download Music] GOC – My Money

Wed Oct 17, 2018 11:37 am by Emmi

Budding new act, #GOC made his debut appearance in the music scene with this song tittled “My Money“.



My Money is a mid tempo afro beat song, that sure turns you on in a little time after vibing to it.

The synergy between GOC and producer, DonL37 came out as a perfect blend! You all need to cop this one.

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[Download Music] Shakar EL – OliMango

Wed Oct 17, 2018 10:16 am by Emmi

Romance dey Sweet with Finance!!! Now this is what you call an International Local vibes, Shakar EL a.k.a Shakar nwa Mama comes thru Heavy with this Dancehall tune laced with some HighLife elements titled OliMango.



You can call it a typical cross border Banger because you can be jamming to it somewhere in Enugu, Nigeria enjoying isi ewu and …

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[Download Music] D2 – Bless Me

Wed Oct 17, 2018 9:59 am by Emmi

D2 NATION Present Ajao Oladimeji Eniola popularly known as “#D2” in a new single titled Bless Me.





D2 hits the music industry with the Track that Rocks the Nation, All Clubs and all Entertainment Zone, Produced by Da Piano, they both came through on the single, Listen and share your thoughts. #Enjoy!!!

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[Download Music] Levis Pepe – Ma Loud E

Tue Oct 16, 2018 12:37 pm by Emmi



Young and rising act – Levis Pepe who was born in Gbongan came through with his new single after realesing ‘Jembe’.

This new tune is titled – Ma Loud E. ENJOY!!

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Why Nigeria Cannot Be Restructured – Ipob

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PostEmmi on Tue Jul 04, 2017 2:13 pm

THE Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has asked those clamouring for restructuring of Nigeria to read Section 9 of the 1999 constitution and find out that such venture is virtually impossible.

In a statement signed by Comrade Emma Powerful, Media and Publicity Secretary of IPOB, in response to the meeting of South Eastern leaders in Enugu, weekend, the group said Section 9 of the 1999 constitution midwifed by General Abdulsalami Abubakar was intended to make slaves of every part of Nigeria except the North.

Part of the statement reads, “Most surprising of all in the communiqué (issued by South Eastern leaders after their meeting) was their display of ignorance of the fact that their plea for restructuring is dead on arrival because of the stringent and pro-North conditions stipulated in Section 9 of the constitution upon which any successful restructuring must be anchored.

“We strongly advise those who are clamouring for restructuring to go and read Section 9 of the constitution and carry out simple computation of two-thirds of the number of state Houses of Assembly, members of Senate, and members of House of Representatives.”

The group said it has resolved to approach the United Nations to mandate and supervise a referendum that would usher in the sovereign nation of Biafra and that it was convinced that “the restoration of the nation of Biafra is a divine project whose time has come and therefore, unstoppable, unquenchable, irreversible and irrevocable.”

As for the position of Ohanaeze Ndigbo and South East governors, IPOB argued that that body could not represent Biafra because Biafra’s geographical jurisdiction exceeded the territory under which both bodies held sway.

The IPOB said, “It is on record that Ohanaeze is purely an ethnic-based voluntary socio-cultural organisation restricted to only the Igbo-speaking people of the old Eastern region of Nigeria.

“Similarly, the lame duck governors of the unconstitutional South East oversee only some Igbo-speaking areas of the old Eastern region.

“On the contrary, the nation of Biafra covers 10 states that were carved out of the old Eastern and Midwestern regions with the addition of Biafra communities in Edo, Benue, and Kogi states.”

For these reasons, IPOB urged Biafrans to ignore the communiqué issued by the leaders on the basis that they are not qualified to speak for Biafra, saying that at the end, it is the people that will decide what they want.

Still carpeting Ohanaeze and the governors of the South East states, IPOB said, “In the said communiqué, Ohanaeze and the lame duck governors affirmed their support for a united Nigeria, a British-created contraption.

“They craved for an egalitarian and a Utopian society within the context of social and ethno-religious equity in Nigeria but they forgot that Nigeria is a ranking member of the Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC), which contradicts section 10 of the Abdulsalami Abubakar-written fraudulent constitution of Nigeria.”

They described the communiqué issued at the end of the Ohanaeze meeting as “shameful, disgraceful and cowardly. “

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