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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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Biafra: Fight Military Or Keep Quiet – Oyebode Dares Nnamdi Kanu

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Postpati on Sat Jul 08, 2017 5:03 pm

Akin Oyebode, Professor of International law and jurisprudence, has warned Igbo leaders to call Nnamdi Kanu to order over his agitation for Biafra.

The don, who insisted that independence must be fought for and won, dared Nnamdi Kanu to confront the Nigerian military first, “then there’s question of recognition”.

He was reacting to demand by the IPOB leader, for referendum for South East before the forthcoming Anambra and 2019 elections.

Oyebode warned that Kanu was provoking the federal government and taking his luck too far.

“Nnamdi Kanu is an opportunist. People have said who put you to power? Who are you to speak for Ndigbo? I read something online where Anambra people said ‘count us out of your Biafra whatever, boycott of November 2017 Anambra governorship election’.

“What’s referendum, that Igbo should not vote? We are going to vote. You got away with sit at home protest but this time we are part of Nigeria or you want us to lose out or for soldiers to take over our state?.

“Why I said Nnamdi Kanu is being opportunistic is that the concept of self determination is a valid concept in colonial situations when you have the metropolitan power and the people subjugated by the colonial power.
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“Self determination is to poll inhabitants of the colonized territory whether they want independence or they don’t. After independence, it is no longer a matter of self determination. It becomes one of right to development. Nigerians exercised their right of self determination on the 1st of October, 1960.

“So that has been met and in fact a distinguished professor of international law, my late friend Prof Orji Umezuruike, defended a PhD in Oxford on self determination. People should read. So after independence, the only way you bring change about is not by way of referendum.

“You have to change the facts on the ground militarily. You defeat the federal government militarily. So you have a new state like that of Bangladesh in 1971, like that of Eritrea in 1979, like that of South Sudan four years ago.

“So militarily, you have to confront the federal government and defeat them and then declare your independence. Then there’s question of recognition. So that’s the only way you change the boundaries in Africa.”

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