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Yeni Kuti - Why I Call  Fela by His Name
 
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Yeni Kuti , the first child and daughter of late Afro beat king, Fela Anikulapo Kuti turned 50 years last Tuesday. She relives memories of her active years as a dancer, life after the death of her father and her desire to re-marry if she has the opportunity to do so, amongst other issues raised
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Oba of Benin, His Wives and Lovely Children
 
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Stylish Benin monarch, Oba Ewuare II has celebrated one year of his coronation by taking family photos with his wives and children. The Oba of Benin, Oba Ewuare II has celebrated the 1st year anniversary of his coronation which took place on the 20th of October, 2016 by posing for pictures alongside his family. The royal father celebrated posing with his wives and children as they smiled to the camera. Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/5VGvtm
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Helen Paul Tease, Dame Patience @ Agenda for Girl Child Education
 
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Like their male counterparts, they have the right to education and skill acquisition, the right to career choice and self actualisation. Girl-child education becomes pertinent for the attainment of national development.
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Day I Stole Fela's Dollar's, Got Beaten to Stupor & Almost Died  Keji Hamilton
 
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Keji Hamilton is a talented multi-instrumentalist who sharpened his musical teeth with the late Fela Anikulapo Kuti, as a guitarist and later as a pianist. After a thirteen-year sojourn from the public musical eye, Keji Hamilton has re-emerged, imposingly, with his new album in early 2008. The 'Keji' album was recorded, after several months of rehearsals, at an analog Studio in Lagos, Nigeria. 'Keji' which contains 46 minutes of traditional Afrobeat music (a fusion of Jazz horns/keyboards and African rhythmic percussions) is an effective combination of slow tempo groove and fast-paced upbeat tracks. The songs capture a variety of moods and themes; they range from the political through social commentary to the inspirational. The pulsating rhythm of 'Designers' is guaranteed to drive you to the dance floor, while the heavy groove of 'Innocent Blood' would see you nodding and tapping your feet impulsively. Keji Hamilton, who is a leading exponent of the Afrobeat genre of music, with an acclaimed world-class compositional prowess, has two and a half decades of experience as a musician. He is also a composer/arranger of the Jazz and Reggae genres of music. One fan said, "Keji's street-beats style is infectious and uncontrollable. His experiences are an open wound from which pours real love and deep soul-wrenching music."
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FEMI KUTI - I Believe in God, But Am not Religious
 
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Femi Kuti son of the legendary music icon Fela Kuti during an interview gave his take on several issues concerning his believe in the almighty creator as well as on the issue of e marriage. in his words he in the existence of a creator although not religious. watch this video clip and get to find out more interesting things.
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Yeni Kuti   When Fela Married 27 Wives
 
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Yeni Kuti I was proud that my father made an impact on people's lives and that a show was staged in honour of him. I remember the first time I ever travelled to New York to see the show and I saw Fela's mimic live-I was so proud. But I was again sad because Fela wasn't there to see it
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Iyabo Ojo’s children, Priscilla and Festus celebrate with fabulous mum @40
 
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Iyabo Ojo is a popular Nigerian actress, film creator, and director. Her full name is Alice Iyabo Ojo. You may have come across her beautiful face in lots of Nigerian and in particular, popular Yoruba movies. Her career in Nigerian movies began in 1998. A 21-year old lady in the acting world, can you imagine?! Since then she has starred in more than 150 Nollywood movies (also Yoruba movies) and was also a producer in 14 films. Iyabo Ojo got married when she was only 21. Her husband was a famous movie-marketer. It has been said that he was the one who helped her to become popular in Nollywood. At the age of 21, she gave birth to her first child, a boy named Festus. Two years later, she presented her husband with a daughter called Priscilla. Iyabo Ojo's children have grown up and become very grateful to their mother who sacrificed herself to bring them up and give them good education. Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/5VGvtm
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Obatala Festival in Ile Ife
 
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In the religion of the Yoruba people, Obàtálá is the creator of human bodies, which were supposedly brought to life by Olorun's breath. Obàtálá is also the owner of all ori or heads. Any orisha may lay claim to an individual, but until that individual is initiated into the priesthood of that orisha, Obàtálá still owns that head. This stems from the belief that the soul resides in the head. Obatala (king of White Cloth) is said to be the Olorun's second son, by others to be merely one of Olorun's favorite Orisha. He is the one authorized by Olorun to create land over the water beneath the sky, and it is he who founds the first Yoruba city, Ife. Obatala is Olorun's representative on earth and the shaper of human beings. He is known to some Yoruba as Orisha-Nla or Olufon. Obatala in Yoruba religion In Ile Ife: the dying and rising god According to mythical stories Obatala is the eldest of all orisha and was granted authority to create the earth. Before he could return to heaven and report to Olodumare however, his rival Oduduwa (also called Oduwa, Oodua, Odudua or Eleduwa) and younger brother usurped his position by taking the satchel and created in his stead the earth on the Primeval Ocean. A great feud ensued between the two that is re-enacted every year in the Itapa festival in Ile Ife, Nigeria. Ultimately, Oduduwa and his sons were able to rule with Obatala's reluctant consent. It appears from the cult dramas of the Itapa festival that Obatala was a dying and rising god. He left his Temple in the town on the seventh day of the festival, stayed in his grove outside the town on the eighth day and returned in a great procession to his Temple on the ninth day. In Ifa: essence of clarity In Ifa, Obatala energy is the essence of Clarity. Within the myriad of kaleidoscopic energies that comprise our universe, the energy of Clarity is critically important. It is Clarity that allows us to make the right decisions, to differentiate right from wrong and perhaps most importantly, to see the other energies as they truly are! All the tales, or pataki, of Obatala, are designed to illuminate this reality.
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FEMI KUTI: 'I Went Thru Mental Torture Under Fela'
 
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The son of Afro-beat legend Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, Femi Kuti spent years playing in his father's band before eventually rising to superstardom following his father's death in the late '90s. Since few artists can match his father's legacy of not only music but influence, Femi's relation as his son is both a blessing and a curse. On the one hand, it's never been difficult for Femi to garner press or attention, and MCA went out of its way to push his career with ridiculous amounts of publicity. Yet on the other hand, no matter his individual accomplishments, Femi will forever be known as Fela's son. Practicing a similar style of Afro-beat as his father, Femi helped introduce the percussive blend of jazz and funk music to the international masses beginning in the mid-'90s, along with his father's same sense of political activism. After his father's death in 1997, Femi suddenly found himself the subject of immense attention. He responded by signing with MCA and embarking on his solo career beginning with Shoki Shoki. He won tremendous critical celebration around the world and began making efforts to break into the U.S. mainstream in successive years. Born in London and raised in Lagos, Nigeria, Femi's musical career started when he began playing in his father's band, Egypt 80. In 1986, Femi started his own band, Positive Force, and began establishing himself as an artist independent of his father's massive legacy. In the mid-'90s, Motown offered him a record deal with its boutique label, Tabu. Femi's eponymous debut album resulted. Released in 1995, the album won praise throughout Europe and Africa for offering a more streamlined and accessible version of his father's music. Femi embarked on an extended promotional tour, crossing first Africa, then Europe in 1996 and 1997. His solo career was off to a successful start, despite the dissolution of Motown's Tabu label and Femi's record deal with it. However, this problem became the least of Femi's concerns when his father sadly died of AIDS-related complications in 1997. Shortly afterwards, his sister, Sola, also suffered an untimely death, making 1997 a truly dark year for Femi. He would later write "'97," a song that candidly reflects on this particularly tragic time. Yet with tragedy comes opportunity in the world of music, and Femi ultimately signed a major-label record deal with Polygram in December 1997, only months after his father's death. MCA made the most out of the situation, repackaging, and re-releasing much of Fela's catalog and setting the stage for Femi's MCA debut album in the process. Following months of press and hype, MCA released Shoki Shoki in early 1999 to widespread acclaim from a number of esteemed publications like the New Yorker, Rolling Stone, and Vibe, not to mention other smaller publications. A year later, Femi returned with his second album, Fight to Win, and toured the States with Jane's Addiction in an effort to crossover to a more mainstream audience. Part of this crossover effort meant aligning himself closer to hip-hop and its gigantic audience. Fight to Win featured a number of respected rap artists like Mos Def and Common. As expected, critics celebrated the album, though western masses seemed rather indifferent to both the album and Femi's concert trek with Jane's Addiction.
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Moji Olaiya is not dead! She is seen everywhere - Yemi Solade
 
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Moji Olaiya is an actress, the most famous films are “Sade Blade” (2005), “Nkan adun” (2008) and “Omo iya meta leyi” (2009). Moji began acting in the movies rather late, having on hands an 8-year-old child and actually taking care of her daughter all by herself. Thanks to the actress Bukky Wright Moji got acquainted with the crew while shooting the film “Super Story” – it was her first movie. In “No Pains No Gains” she played the role of Ireti. Moji’s appearance in the drama proved the fact, that her father is prominent maestro Sir Victor Olaiya. The actress continued the career with the debut Yoruba film, headlined “Agunbaniro”. That performance showed, that acting in “No Pains No Gains” was not a mistake. Moji received awards for her diligence in Nigeria and abroad. She was nominated as the Best Supporting Actress of the year for the Reel Award (2003). Moji also won the Best New Actress award. According to the actress, it motivates her to starring in films. Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/5VGvtm
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Fela's many Qeens in Kalakuta
 
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Laide Babayale describes Fela as a music legend, a Messiah of his time which Nigeria never had...she went on to say, that Fela always calls back his wives after marriage if and only they were good in bed She talks about the end time of President Jonathan's tenure as the President of Nigeria. click to watch more exciting interviews with Laide Babayale.
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Husband Of Kemi Afolabi You Have Never Met
 
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Nollywood actress Kemi Afolabi’s husband face finally reveled at the finally burial of her father-in-law. The mother of one who seems to prefer keeping her private life secret, was spotted at the final burial ceremony of her father-in-law alongside her husband. Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/5VGvtm
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Marijuana Smoking in Fela's Kalakuta Republic
 
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Keji Hamilton, the bad-boy whose reign of terror (in Fela’s house hold) left many miserable is the Head Pastor of Tabernacle Christian Ministry, and House of Joy, a rehabilitation centre for people dealing in drugs organized by the Redeemed Christian Church of God. In this heart-rendering story, Keji, who once had his future in his hands when he gained admission to study Pharmacy at the University of Ibadan in 1981, relives memories of how he abandoned his studies after spending one session to pursue another dream. “I was introduced to hemp smoking by a lady,"he said, adding, "when I took it the first time, I lost control for almost 24 hours.” But he did not stop at that. After mastering the art of hemp smoking, he graduated into cocaine and heroine. With each sniff, he gradually became a junkie. “Initially, I got the drugs free. Soon, I started buying with my own money. I spent an average of N25, 000 a day. To have a steady supply, Keji soon resorted to armed robbery.You know the salary was not much and to have a steady supply of the drug, I became a criminal. I had my own set of boys who worked for me at the time."
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Moji Olaiya; Sola Kosoko , more Tears@ Memorial Service &  Artiste Night
 
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It was a memorable gathering of family and friends, that featured emotional words and a service of songs for their departed colleague.The rain of tributes and service which lasted two hours and 19 minutes, afforded various speakers to share their memories and describe how Olaiya impacted on their lives and the entertainment industry. Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/5VGvtm
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Yeni Kuti   Day Soldiers Came to Kalakuta Republic
 
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Yeni Kuti , the first child and daughter of late Afro beat king, Fela Anikulapo Kuti turned 50 years last Tuesday.
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Lagos Black Heritage Festival 2014: Duro Ladipo...Oba Koso
 
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This year, the Lagos Black Heritage Festival takes a break from its current series --- The Black in the Mediterranean Blue. While the Festival policy of a thematic selection for each edition is not abandoned, it moves from the geographic outlook to the disciplinary -- the discipline for this year being: Music. Freedom Park now bestrides where once a notorious colonial prison - Broad Street Prison - stood. Torn down in the post-military era to make way for real estate scramble, the coveted site was rescued through the initiative of a group of thoughtful young architects.
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Papa Lolo; Ayo Ogunsina ,the legend of Yoruba movies!
 
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WHEN a proper history of Nigerian street comedy is done, Ayo Ogunsina (a.k.a Papalolo), would be on record as one of the progenitors of that genre of acting. He seemed to have foreseen the current boom in comic performing business, decades ago. Ever since he sensed this bright prospect, he had all the while remained faithful to it, defying challenges. Papalolo, now a popular character, emerged from a comic one he created in a group, Jester International. The dramatic personae eventually became a house-hold name which for decades have penetrated homes through screen, stage drama, radio and television. The phenomenon began in the 1980s when, hardly one week of TV viewing passed in such metropolitan areas as Lagos without Papalolo and his co-acts, late Tajudeen Gbadamosi (a.k.a, Jacob) and Kayode Olaiya (a.k.a, Aderupoko). Jester, a break-away group from Ola Omonitan led Ajimajasan and his Awada Group, almost went into extinction when, in February 22, 1987 Gbadamosi, passed on. But Ogunsina and Aderupoko managed to survive the jolt, as they still retain many fans through their stand up comic performances. Ogunsina's journey into the world of make-believe, like most actors of his generation, started from the late theatre icon, Adedeji Hubert Ogunde. "My first contact with acting came when I joined Ogunde around 1962. Then I was in my early 20s. Being with Ogunde was like in school, it was an experience well cherished even though I left two years after, in 1964," he said. But Ogunsina said he already had a background of performing art, which actually aided his performance with Ogunde, "While with Ogunde, it didn't take long before I started playing lead roles. For example, I played the lead role, Otunba Ekeji Oye in the controversial play, Yoruba Ronu. Before I joined Ogunde I had performed with a music group, Sami Taiwo Orchestra, also in Lagos. I sang and drummed in the group. Drumming is one passion that had been in me since my school days at Wesley College, Elekuro, in Ibadan where I finished in 1960. And because acting in those days was a combination of music and drama, I was able to blend easily with Ogunde." Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/5VGvtm
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Onii Ife:  royal entry, greets Alaafin of Oyo @ African Drums Festival 2017
 
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Ojaja II (Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi; born October 17, 1974) is a Nigerian accountant and the 51st Ooni of Ife. He succeeded the late Oba Okunade Sijuwade, who died on July 28, 2015. The Vanguard Newspaper described him as "an astute entrepreneur driven by turning impossibilities to ‘possibilities’".. His reign has been marked by a modern outlook and a number of progressive policies….On October 26, 2015, Adéyẹyè was selected as the king-elect out of 21 contenders to the Ọọ̀ni stool in an announcement by the Governor of Ọ̀ṣun State, Ọ̀gbẹ́ni Rauf Arẹ́gbẹ́ṣọlá.. As a prince from the Giesi Family whose turn it was to produce a king, he beat out a number of competitors including his elder brother. Oba Ogunwusi received his Staff of Office from Osun State Governor, Ogbeni Rauf Adesoji Aregbesola on Monday 7 December 2015 at Enuwa Square, Ile-Ife in the presence of several dignitaries from all walks of life, including the Vice President of Nigeria, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo. The new king promised to unite the Yorùbás under a peaceful and prosperous reign Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/5VGvtm
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Ovonramen...awesome african king
 
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Overami or Ovonramwen was the last Oba or King of the African Kingdom of Benin, also sometimes referred to as the Benin Empire (not be confused with the modern country of Benin) which occupied an area mostly within what is now Nigeria. For many years prior to Ovonramwen coming to the throne British influence in the area had been expanding and strengthening but Benin remained independent but that independence, particularly the trade monopoly the Oba held in the region, aroused the jealousy of elite colonial investors and businessmen. They were determined to bring Benin with its palm-oil, rubber and ivory wealth under British control. Ovonramwen came to the throne in 1888 as the 35th Oba of Benin and in 1892 signed a treaty with the British to abolish the slave trade in the region and making the Kingdom of Benin an autonomous protectorate of Great Britain.
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Fela's Kalakuta Republic: Living with a megastar
 
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Laide Babayale was one of the 27th wives of fela Anikulapo Kuti...she narrates her hellish experience during the despotic reign of the military in Nigeria...living in Fela,s kalakuta republic ...Laide Babayale Laide Babayale has seen it all. Laide was there when Fela was arrested in "Alagbon Close", for abducting underage girls. Indeed Laide was one of the "underage" girls. That was back before Fela named his residence KALAKUTA. Laide was there when the house became KALAKUTA. She saw the first police raid of KALAKUTA and "Expensive Shit". Laide witnessed the first major police attack on KALAKUTA, "the KALAKUTA SHOW". Laide lived in the times of the constant confrontation with the law enforcement agents. Laide saw hell when "Unknown Soldiers" burnt down KALAKUTA. She was there when Fela lived from one hotel to the other after KALAKUTA was burnt down. Laide was in Ghana with Fela. When KALAKUTA Republic reincarnated on Atinuke Olabanji, Street, Ikeja, Laide Babayale was part of it. Laide later became Queen Laide Anikulapo-Kuti, as she married Fela in the historic 27wives marriage.
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I Slept with a Phyton in Cotonu Keji Hamilton, Fela's Guitarist
 
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He was originally born as Suleiman Shuaib to a Muslim father who was a Chief Imam but when he took up permanent residence as a house hold member of late Fela Anikulapo, he adopted the name Keji Hamilton. Today, the bad-boy whose reign of terror left many miserable is the Head Pastor of Tabernacle Christian Ministry, and House of Joy, a rehabilitation centre for people dealing in drugs organized by the Redeemed Christian Church of God. In this heart-rendering story, Keji, who once had his future in his hands when he gained admission to study Pharmacy at the University of Ibadan in 1981, relives memories of how he abandoned his studies after spending one session to pursue another dream. “I was introduced to hemp smoking by a lady,"he said, adding, "when I took it the first time, I lost control for almost 24 hours.” But he did not stop at that. After mastering the art of hemp smoking, he graduated into cocaine and heroine. With each sniff, he gradually became a junkie. “Initially, I got the drugs free. Soon, I started buying with my own money. I spent an average of N25, 000 a day. To have a steady supply, Keji soon resorted to armed robbery. “You know the salary was not much and to have a steady supply of the drug, I became a criminal. I had my own set of boys who worked for me at the time."
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John McCain’s Son Had the Perfect Response to Racists Who Attacked Old Navy’s Interracial Ad
 
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Senator John McCain’s (extremely handsome) son Jack had the perfect response to racists who attacked Old Navy’s ad featuring an interracial family. “To the people upset about the #OldNavy #Scandal” of a picture of a mixed race marriage, eat it,” Jack, 30, tweeted on Monday, May 2, along with a photo of him and his wife, Air Force Reserve Captain Renee Swift, who is black. Moments later, the Navy lieutenant posted a second picture, this time from their 2013 wedding in San Francisco. “I hope this one burns too, you ignorant racists,” he wrote. Then Swift got in on the action, posting a third image of her and Jack. “I was just in @OldNavy this weekend! Bought something for me and my husband. #LoveWins.” On Friday, April 29, the retail chain offered a 30 percent discount to its customers in a tweet that featured a gorgeous interracial family (a white father, a black mother and their mixed-race child). The response was shocking. “Absolutely disgusting. What’s next? Gender neutral bathrooms? Pedophilia acceptance propaganda!? Never shopping here again,” fumed one troll, while another chimed in, “Stop promoting miscegenation or else I’m taking my $$$ elsewhere.”
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Laide Babayale - Dance to Fela's Mr Follow Follow
 
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Laide Babayale Laide Babayale has seen it all. Laide was there when Fela was arrested in "Alagbon Close", for abducting underage girls. Indeed Laide was one of the "underage" girls. That was back before Fela named his residence KALAKUTA. Laide was there when the house became KALAKUTA. She saw the first police raid of KALAKUTA and "Expensive Shit". Laide witnessed the first major police attack on KALAKUTA, "the KALAKUTA SHOW". Laide lived in the times of the constant confrontation with the law enforcement agents. Laide saw hell when "Unknown Soldiers" burnt down KALAKUTA. She was there when Fela lived from one hotel to the other after KALAKUTA was burnt down. Laide was in Ghana with Fela. When KALAKUTA Republic reincarnated on Atinuke Olabanji, Street, Ikeja, Laide Babayale was part of it. Laide later became Queen Laide Anikulapo-Kuti, as she married Fela in the historic 27wives marriage. She has lived a complete Fela life. Laide talks to you
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Fela Anikulapo Kuti's crazy marriage at Hotel Parioshoner, Lagos
 
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Laide Babayale Laide Babayale has seen it all. Laide was there when Fela was arrested in "Alagbon Close", for abducting underage girls. Indeed Laide was one of the "underage" girls. That was back before Fela named his residence KALAKUTA. Laide was there when the house became KALAKUTA. She saw the first police raid of KALAKUTA and "Expensive Shit". Laide witnessed the first major police attack on KALAKUTA, "the KALAKUTA SHOW". Laide lived in the times of the constant confrontation with the law enforcement agents. Laide saw hell when "Unknown Soldiers" burnt down KALAKUTA. She was there when Fela lived from one hotel to the other after KALAKUTA was burnt down. Laide was in Ghana with Fela. When KALAKUTA Republic reincarnated on Atinuke Olabanji, Street, Ikeja, Laide Babayale was part of it. Laide later became Queen Laide Anikulapo-Kuti, as she married Fela in the historic 27wives marriage. She has lived a complete Fela life. Laide talks to you
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2Face’s first baby mama, Pero Adeniyi, donates kidney to her mum
 
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2Face’s first baby mama, Pero Adeniyi, just sucessfully donated her kidney to her ailing mother! She shared photos of them recuperating at the hospital on her page and wrote; 2 years, 2 surgeries, kidneystrong living on one! Thank you Lord! The Ultimate gift… the gift of life. All I can say is thank you Lord. #PROUDLIVINGDONOR#THEBIGASK#THEBIGGIVE#SHAREYOURSPARE#THEGIFTOFLIFE. Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/5VGvtm
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Lovely Photos As Osita Iheme Opens Luxury Hotel In Owerri Imo State
 
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Nollywood comic actor, Ositha Iheme as just opened a new hotel in owerri, Imo state named it The Resident. The actor took to his Instagram page to share some photos of his new hotel in owerri. The Actor was spotted at the building site of his multi-million Naira hotel in Owerri around August, 2015 when he shared some photos online. The hotel is called The Resident and is open for business. He shared a picture of it on his Instagram and wrote: HUSTLE in silence let success be the noise. Be our Guest #theResident#owerri #Hospitality This is a welcome development from one of Nollywood’s top actors in an era where celebrities are known for frivolities and lavish lifestyles. Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/5VGvtm
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The Making of Black Soap in Yoruba Land
 
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Black soap is a handmade soap, known for being gentle and alleviating skin ailments, that has been used for centuries throughout Western Africa. It consists of a naturally-derived emollient combined with the nutrient-rich ashes of native African plant materials. It is used on the face, body and hair. Currently, some artisans who make black soap deviate from the original African recipe by replacing plantain ashes with more accessible cocoa ashes, as well as by adding essential oils, herbs or dried flowers. African black soap is familiar to many people of African descent for its skin care benefits. It has been known to soothe skin irritations and diseases from simple rashes to contact dermatitis and psoriasis, as well as fading skin discolorations and evening out skin tone. Nigerians and Ghanaians have used black soap for centuries for bathing and for reducing body odor. It was, and still is, used as a shampoo for hair, not only to cleanse, but also to alleviate scalp itchiness and irritation. African black soap was used to relieve oily skin and certain skin conditions, such as acne and eczema.Women used black soap for skin care during and after pregnancy to keep from getting dry skin, stretch marks and other skin conditions caused by hormonal changes. The soap was also used on babies because of its purity and it was gentle on sensitive skin.African black soap or ose dudu originated with the Yoruba people in Nigeria and the Yoruba communities in Benin and Togo. The process of making African black soap is involved, but in the some other version, plantain peels are dried under the sun. The skins (and/or palm leaves and cocoa pods) are then roasted in a clay oven to produce ash. Water is added to the ashes and filtered. Ingredients like shea butter, coconut oil, palm kernel oil or cocoa butter are heated and added, and hand stirred by local women for 24 hours. The soap solidifies and moves to the top, is scooped out and the mixture is set out to cure for two weeks.
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Pastor Adeboye awarded Doctor of Science in Unilag
 
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Daddy G.O, Pastor E.A. Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) was honored with a honorary doctoral degree of Science by the University of Lagos (UNILAG) for his outstanding contributions all over the world.
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Nigerian Army: West African Frontier Force
 
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The Nigerian Army (NA) is the largest component of Nigerian Armed Forces with headquarters in Abuja, Nigeria. The Army has 130,000 active frontline personal and 32,000 reserve personal.
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Living Faith begins construction of 100,000 seat capacity auditorium
 
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The Living Faith Church, popularly called Winners Chapel, is set to begin the construction ‎of a 100,000-seat capacity auditorium. To be called: “Faith Theatre,” the auditorium will be located at the New Canaan City in Ota, Ogun State.The Presiding Bishop of the church, David Oyedepo, who made this known on Saturday at the Impartation Service of Shiloh 2015, with the theme: “From glory to glory.” winners Oyedepo said the new auditorium will provide various facilities like a 10,000-seater children church, a shopping mall and a rotating altar. Other facilities in the auditorium ‎are audio/visual theatre, Dominion Bookstore, Mission Tower, prayer booth, baptistry, camping facilities, the Word of Faith Bible Institute and many more. The Presiding Bishop also said up to 160 nations hooked up to Shiloh 2015, with nationals from 55 nations present at the Canaan Land, Ota Ogun State. It could be recalled that Winners Chapel was the first 50,000-seat capacity auditorium worldwide. Known as the “Faith Tabernacle”, which is reputed to be the largest church auditorium in the world, the feat made the Guinness Book of Records.The 100,000-seat capacity auditorium will also be first of its kind in the whole world.
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Funke Akindele’s Pregnancy; You will carry it to full time and deliver like the Hebrew women in Jesu
 
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@Elizabeth Adebowale-Amen, you will carry it to full time and deliver like the Hebrew women in Jesus Mighty name Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/5VGvtm
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Ooni of Ife,Senator Iyiola Omisore; Celebrating Olojo Festival In Style
 
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Olojo festival-It is expected that major gods of the ancient town are appeased during this period. Regarded as the biggest festival on the culture calendar of Ile-Ife, the Olojo festival is celebrated in remembrance of Ogun, the god of iron who is believed to be the first son of Oduduwa as well as the creation of the world according to Yoruba mythology. Annual ritual: On the day of the festival, the Ooni of Ife appears after several days in seclusion and denial, communing with the ancestors and praying for his people. The days in seclusion are to make him pure and ensure the efficacy of his prayers. Prior to his emergence, women from his maternal and paternal families sweep the palace, symbolically ridding the palace of evil. After this ritual, the Ooni of Ife appears in public with the Are crown. Historically, the crown is believed to be the original crown used by Oduduwa to lead a procession of traditional chiefs and priests to perform at the shrine of Ogun. The next stage of the ceremony is to lead the crowd to Okemogun’s shrine. At the shrine, the progenitor of Oduduwa performs duties including the renewal of oath, divination for the Ooni at the foot of Oketage hill by Araba (Chief Priest), as well as visiting places of historical importance. Also, the traditional chiefs with the swords of office marked with chalk and camwood, appear in ceremonial attire and dance to rhythms from Bembe, a traditional drum. The style of drumming and singing for each chief is different. Only the Ooni can dance to the drum called Osirigi. Olojo has remained popular in Ile-Ife because of its myth and history as it connotes the day in the year specially blessed by Olodumare, the creator of the universe. Prayers are offered for peace and tranquillity in Yorubaland and Nigeria. Tradition holds that Ile-Ife is the cradle of the Yoruba, the city of survivors, spiritual seat of the Yoruba, and land of the ancients. Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/5VGvtm
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Nigeria Youngest Minister, Nurudeen Mohammed @ Democracy Day 2014
 
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President Goodluck Jonathan got three made in Nigeria models of Nissan vehicles in commemoration of the nation8217;s Democracy Day.The vehicles said to have been produced at the Stallion Nissan Motors Plant located on the Lagos-Badagry Expressway included a Nissan Patrol SUV, Nissan Almera
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Queen Adunni & Nerfetiti Folklores
 
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Like the historic Queen Nefertiti of Egypt, Adunni & Nefertiti, a Nigerian singing group, hopes to rule its world. The all-women troupe is sure to catch the audience fancy anytime it is on stage. Aside the members' colourful costumes and makeup, their voices and genre of music will captivate you. They thrill fans with folksongs from across Nigeria in a capella style or sometimes to the accompaniment of traditional instruments. With the media hype that follows the troupe's performances, no doubt, the group is gradually becoming a household name in the entertainment industry. But is that all it takes to become a major brand in the entertainment industry? When asked what it takes to establish a major brand and compete, aside outplaying other brands in the industry - talent, money, audience flavour, stage power, and strong creative push? Adunni, the colourfully dressed leader and founder of the group, said: "You need to have guts... really strong guts. And that is what has kept us going." She calls her group 'culture ambassadors' that seeks to represent Nigeria and the beauty of womanhood through music. "We are culture mediators and prophets. We pierce into people's hearts, soul and homes through our song. Essentially, we promote the African culture, music and womanhood through singing." Her name is Adunni Motunrayo Abiodun Ayokunmi Orobiyi from Ogun State. But she prefers 'Adunni as her stage name', saying "it is symbolic". After graduating from the Theatre Arts Department, University of Lagos, the quest for uniqueness led her into establishing the traditional singing group. She said: "The idea had been on my mind for sometime. One can easily get dance, drama troupes and classical music groups, but folklore singers are hard to come by, especially an all-women one. I don't think we even have any. And so, I thought it wise to try something new and unique. Music has always been my area of interest and what I love doing. So, I called for audition and started. This was between 2006 and 2007. I started with about six girls then. Some have left and others have joined; and the group has since increased. I recruit members b
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Iyabo Ojo is very sturborn! ...Actress Dayo Amusa
 
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Introducing Fepris world; founded by 40-years-old Nollywood actress/producer, Iyabo Ojo, it is an exquisite 3-in-1 center featuring a restaurant serving a strictly African dish of which Abula is exclusively prepared, a lounge/bar and a Spa. Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/5VGvtm
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Orunmila, the chief consultant to Oduduwa
 
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Orunmila is the first prophet of the Yorùbá religion, sent by Olodumare to control the births, the deceases and the development of the human beings and other species. Fortune teller and owner of the Oracle and interpret of Ifá. He was in the Earth like prophet with the 16 celestial ancestors (the Meyi of Ifá), between 2000 and the 4000 year a.c. Its cult comes from Ilé Ifé and its name comes from the Yorùbá Òrúnmìlà (“Only the sky knows those who will be saved”). It personifies the wisdom and the possibility of influencing the destiny, thus is most adverse. Those who doesn't accept the advice of Orula, being men or Orishas, can be victims of the Osogbos sent by Eshu, close to Shango, who provided with the permission of Olofi the gift of adivination to him, and Eshu, it's faiftfull ally. Orunmila forms an important trinity with Olofin and Oddúa (Oduduwa). Only those choosing by him can enter their cult through the “hand of Orula” (Awofakan) for the men and the Ikofafun, for the women. Women who receive him are considered women of Orula and receive the name of Apetebí, being this the most important consecration that a woman receives in the cult of Orula. In the case of the men they can arrive if Orunmila therefore decides them to be priests, in which case receive the name of Babalawo (Father of the secrets).
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Igue Festival when Oba of Benin renewed his magical powers!
 
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Igue festival is a celebration with its origin in the Benin Empire. It was originally celebrated as a festival to renew Oba Ewuare's magical powers.[1] One tradition state that the festival date coincided with the marriage of Ewuare to a wife named Ewere. Celebrated between Christmas and New Year, the festival includes the Oba's blessing of the land and his people. During the Igue ritual season, the Oba is prohibited from being in the presence of any non-native person. According to Bini history, the Igue festival has been celebrated for more than 1000 years. The modern day Igue begins with the Ague, which is a period of fasting when the Oba and his chiefs go into strict seclusion. They are not allowed to see anyone during this period. It is only after successful completion of the Ague that the Igue can begin in earnest. The British invasion and consequent capture and sending into exile of Oba Ovonramwen saw the interruption of Igue celebrations in 1897. It was not until the restoration of the monarchy in 1914 that the celebration of the festival was restored. During the celebration of the Igue festival, it is forbidden to hold any burial or funeral ceremonies in Benin kingdom. This is because Igue is seen as a period of joy, and should not be interrupted with any form of public mourning.
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Davido’s Second Baby Mama ; Amanda Cries Out “Motherhood is stressful”
 
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Nigerian singer, Davido’s second baby mama, Amanda is already finding motherhood stressful as she took to her Snapchat account to lament on her new found motherly role. The US based lady revealed that she employed the use of technology to help pacify her daughter, Hailey. However, the second daughter of Davido prefers her mother’s touch and doesn’t not like the substitute pacifier. The young mother wondered why technology can’t give her baby the motherly touch she desperately desires. Amanda shared a photo of her cute baby with a caption and some cry emojis. “I Can’t Believe She Hates Her Bouncer” Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/5VGvtm
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See Actress Bimbo Ogunnowo’s tears and dance of joy at wedding
 
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Nollywood actors from the Yoruba movie genre thronged the wedding ceremony of their colleagues Abimbola Ogunnowo and Okiki Afolayan which took place in Lagos on the 6th of October 2018. Decked in their fineries, the likes of Alhaji Yinka Quadri, Femi Adebayo, Odunlade Adekola, Funsho Adeolu, Bimbo Oshin, Jaye Kuti, Ayo Adesanya, Toyin Abraham, Mercy Aigbe, Faithia Williams, Tayo Odueke, Regina Chukwu, Yewande Adekoya Abiodun, Abiodun Thomas, Jide Awobona, Bukola Adeeyo, Bidemi Kosoko, Lateef Adedimeji and a host of others turned up for the event. Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/5VGvtm -- #Uncensored #buhari #culture #tourism #entertainment #Trending #Nollywood #Nigeria #Naija #africanmagic #nigezie #saharareporters #lagos #Tellymovies
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Ooni Adeyeye Ogunwusi, please provide accomodation for your 3 sisters outside the palace
 
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@Deborah Akintola-Kaabiyesi, Ooni Adeyeye Ogunwusi, please provide accomodation for your sisters outside the palace. It is against tradition that they are living in the palace with you, causing serious damage to your marriage. They should please allow you to enjoy peaceful marriage and have children with any other wife that you choose next. They shouldn't be living with you. Send other family members away also. They can come and visit. I wish you happy married life with the woman you choose next. Look be4 you leap this time. Long live Oba Ogunwusi, the Ojaja 11. Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/5VGvtm
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Nnamdi Azikiwe and Nigeria's first military Coup
 
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In the early hours of January 15, 1966, citing a laundry list of complaints against the political class, there was a military rebellion in Nigeria against the first republic. Led by a group of Majors who were predominantly of eastern origin, the Prime Minister, a federal minister, two regional premiers, along with top Army officers were brutally assassinated. A number of civilians were also killed. The coup succeeded in Kaduna the northern region capital, failed in Lagos the federal capital and Ibadan the western regional capital, but barely took place in Benin the midwestern capital, and Enugu the eastern capital. The majority of those murdered were northerners, accompanied by some westerners and two Midwesterners. No easterner lost his or her life. On January 16, rather than approve the appointment of Zanna Bukar Dipcharima, a politician of northern origin, as acting Prime Minister, the acting President, Nwafor Orizu, himself of eastern origin, handed over power to Major-General JTU Aguiyi-Ironsi, the GOC of the Nigerian Army, also of eastern origin. This was allegedly at the behest of the rump cabinet, allegedly to enable Ironsi put down the revolt which, as of then, had already failed in southern Nigeria. Until it became apparent recently in separate testimony by Alhaji Shehu Shagari and Chief Richard Akinjide, it had always been publicly assumed in the lay Press that the hand-over was voluntary although unconstitutional - since no such provision existed in the Nigerian constitution. However, it does seem that as far back as 1969, Martin Dent pointed out the involuntary nature of the so-called hand-over in an academic paper, based on an interview with Alhaji Shettima Ali Monguno.
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60 hearty cheers to Aliko Dangote, the man who made Archbishop Idahosa shed tears
 
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You know Aliko Dangote as Africa’s richest man for four consecutive years, and the largest employer of labour in Nigeria — after the federal government. But, like every one of us, all that makes the billionaire is not a single story of business and wealth. Today, Dangote is 60, and a towering giant in Nigeria’s socio-political and economic landscape. As the first Nigerian non-public office holder to be awarded the country’s second highest honour, the Grand Commander of the Order of the Niger (GCON), the billionaire is only a honorary rank away from the nation’s president, who is the Grand Commander of the Order of the Federal Republic (GCFR). TheCable highlights a number of things that define Dangote, the young boy who turned a N500,000 loan into a multi-billion dollar venture. When he was eight years old, Dangote lost his father, Mohammed Dangote. He was raised by his maternal grandfather, who was into trading of building materials, an inspiration for Dangote’s prowess in the years to come. His business acumen may be said to have flowed from his great-granfather, Alhassan Dantata, who was a trader in kolanuts and groundnuts, and was also regarded as Africa’s richest man at the time of his death. Dangote was born in Kano state, the business hub and nerve centre of northern Nigeria. He attended Sheikh Ali Kumasi Madrasa, an Islamic Quranic school, where he learnt the basics of reading and writing Arabic. He went on to Al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt. The country’s oldest degree-granting university, renowned as Sunni Islam’s most prestigious university. Its focus is on Arabic literature and Islamic learning, but diversified into other fields in 1961, including business, which Dangote studied in the 1970s. Speaking at the Mo Ibrahim Forum in Morocco on Saturday, Dangote said at 18, he had already started his business, and unlike Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, who was in the university. Okonjo-Iweala was also on a panel with him. “If you look at where we were then as Nigeria, it was actually just after the war like Ngozi said but the economy was booming. 100 percent of our industries were actually not generating their own power,” he said. “Once you finish the university, you want to go and teach, people were really having a great time, because as soon as you finish school, you get a car, which is not possible today. “The economy was growing at about 11.45 percent. As at that time, when I was 18, I was already in business, but I know that a lot of people, who actually finished their school, there was sort of a great hope.” Like President Buhari said on Sunday, Dangote is known to be a kind-hearted individual, regardless of race, religion or region, which would later earn him teary blessings from Benson Idahosa, the first pentecostal archbishop in Nigeria and father of pentecostalism in the country. According to The African Apostles:Volume 1 (Patriarchs and Pacesetters), a book detailing the lives and times of great African preachers, in the late 1970s, Idahosa hosted TL Osborn, an American pentecostal Evangelist, and his wife, Daisy in Benin. They had stayed late ministering at the Miracle Centre of Church of God Mission just opposite the Benin Airport, and needed to catch their flight to Lagos which was supposed to be a connecting flight from Johannesburg to France, England and then the US. By the time Idahosa took his guests to the airport, they were told that the last flight for the day was overbooked. Not a single seat was available. The passengers had boarded and the flight about to take off. The jetliner had begun to taxi towards the runway. Idahosa’s new Mercedes was reported to have sped towards the tarmac and screeched to a halt in front of the plane. Benson Idahosa came out and waved at the pilot, and subsequently got audience with him and the passengers on board. “Excuse me friends, I have two of God’s special servants in my car. They must go to Lagos today on this plane. Two of you will get off now so God’s servants can board. God bless you,” Idahosa was quoted to have said. One man was said to have tapped his assistant and both gave up their seats for TL and Daisy Osborn. Idahosa reportedly stopped the first man in the aisle of the plane. He asked him: ‘Young man, what is your name and what do you do?’ “My name is Aliko Dangote and this is my assistant. I am a trader, a businessman,” the young man was quoted to have told Idahosa. “The world will get up for you. My God will bless you! God will take you and your business beyond Africa and bless you beyond measure,” Id Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/5VGvtm
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Insurgency returns to Niger Delta, the war boat regatta
 
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The oil-rich Niger Delta has been engulfed in militant activities in recent years. Militancy in the Niger Delta is undeniably an issue of local resistance to repressive state institutions. The Niger Delta is the theatre where these repressive state institutions, using taxes from the multinational oil corporations, inflict their obscene brutalities on the helpless inhabitants of the oil-bearing communities (Owolabi and Okwechime 2007). From a transnational perspective, resistance polities have become the refuge for those who are alienated by capitalist social relations and the hegemonic power of the federal government/corporate alliance over oil, and seek to oppose their exploitative agenda. Depending on the specificities of each moment, the balance of social forces and the organisational capacity of local social movements, these movements seek forcefully to rectify the inequities embedded in the imperatives of global accumulation. To be candid, the cocktail of political marginalisation, repression, conditions of poverty, abject deprivation and social exclusion in the Niger Delta represent legitimate grievances for violent group mobilisation. The reason has been that oil production in the Niger Delta has not generated wealth for the majority of the people, but simply the outflow of wealth. For instance, the centralist nation-building project of the military in post-civil war Nigeria, bankrolled by petrodollars, manifested as a virtual transfer of oil wealth from the Niger Delta to other regions of the country. It is owing to the failure to win concessions through peaceful means that the youths in the Niger Delta have been inexorably driven to militantly protest, marginalisation, unemployment, development deficit and inequality.
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Benin Kingdom with Two Obas.? .Only One Oba Ewuare II
 
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@Prince Osasumwen Obayuwana Erhabor Great Benin Kingdom, only have one, Oba Ewuare the second!! Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/5VGvtm
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Royal entry of ONII of IFE  to Lagos @ 50
 
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With a retinue of praise singers, hangers, well wishers as well as journalists, the African number one monarch had a hectic time making it to the podium. At the event, the Ooni of Ife urged the relevant stakeholders in public and private sectors to salvage the nation’s culture and tradition from extinction.
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Moji Olaiya's daughter, ADUN; Tributes of a loving daughter
 
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It was a memorable gathering of family and friends, that featured emotional words and a service of songs for their departed colleague.The rain of tributes and service which lasted two hours and 19 minutes, afforded various speakers to share their memories and describe how Olaiya impacted on their lives and the entertainment industry. Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/5VGvtm
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Fan Go Crazy Over Funke Akindele's Pregnancy
 
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High flying Nollywood actress and showbiz entrepreneur, Funke Akindele, who is mostly loved for her role as Jenifa and all her teaming fans are supper excited at the prove that their darling star is about to birth her first child. Funke Akindele who just got into a second marriage with music producer, singer and cinematographer, Skillz, was spotted at a recent event for one of telecommunication giant rocking a simple blue and white gown with her bump showing prominently and her fans are ecstatic. Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/5VGvtm
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Crazy Mr  Patrick on the ''Titanic'' at Boat party in Lagos
 
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Mr. Patrick remains one of the most truly gifted writers, comperes, writers and stand-up comedians within the Nigerian entertainment industry as made manifest by his AMVCA nomination for 'Comedy Writer of the Year' for the movie, ‘The Place.’ Within a very short space, Mr. Patrick (known as Kunle Thomas in other circles) followed up with a 5-minute comedy TV drama series broadly titled ‘Adventures of Mr. Patrick,’ which has gone on to produce several episodes; some of which include 'Pop Champagne' 'Work Out Plan' and 'Kunle Thomas in Pure Water Fight.' Meanwhile, had earlier Mr. Patrick secured a nod from 'Silverbird Cinemas' and 'Silverbird Galleria' towards having a monthly comedy show inside the cinema for their customer and select VIPs. The monthly comedy titled 'The Comedy Show with Mr Patrick,' will see Mr. Patrick entertain guests in the over 200 capacity cinema hall for over one hour; dishing out fresh and truly funny jokes. Guests at the show will be customers of the cinema and select VIP guests. “I want to assure all lovers of comedy that they are in for a truly rib-cracking moment at Silverbird and 'Adventures of Mr. Patrick.’ We have put in so much effort into these two projects and we are bound to redefine the way comedy is done in Nigeria. Also, a big shout-out to Silverbird for this great opportunity,” he said. He has also performed at cooperate events and government functions both home and aboard, which has added to his rising profile. Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/5VGvtm
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Osogbo:Town founded by Wizards
 
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Osogbo (also Oṣogbo , rarely Oshogbo) is a city in Nigeria, the capital of Osun State. Osogbo city seats the Headquarters of both Osogbo Local Government Area (situated at Oke Baale Area of the city) and Olorunda Local Government Area (situated at Igbonna Area of the city). It is some 88 kilometers by road Northeast of Ibadan. It is also 100 kilometers by road South of Ilorin and 115 kilometers Northwest of Akure;[1] Osogbo shares boundary with Ikirun, Ilesa, Ede, Egbedore and Iragbiji and is easily accessible from any part of the state because of its central nature. It is about 48 km from Ife, 32 km from Ilesa, 46 km from Iwo, 48 km from Ikire and 46 km from Ila-Orangun; The City boasted of a population of about 156,694 people, based on the 1991 Census.
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