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Saturday, April 25, 2020

UPDATE!! Kassa Set To Drop New Song Titled “STREET 4 LIFE” Featuring Valid Boi, Anticipate!!

Kassa is about to set the Industry ablaze with his new single titled ”Street 4 Life”.
Though According to KASSA when asked by TEELAMFORD that when is he dropping the song, he responded saying;
"I'm  just getting  ready  to drop my first single this year na hardcore rap.Mhen baba mi I never pick date ooo boss but I want make anticipation Dey go on."
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From the look of things and as stated by Kassa himself, he is not here to joke this 2020 as he’s ready to fit dirty in order to secure his Space and Bag.
You all should listen to the Lyrics when it is out, see the Energy and Aggressiveness in it, you will agree with us Kassa is here for business as usual ๐Ÿ˜‰

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Friday, April 24, 2020

10 Songs You Should NOT Listen To During Ramadan (Check Full List)

Ramadan is here and throughout this period we have only one task “Keep It Holy & Serve Your Creator“.
And when we say keep it holy, it extends to every ramification of your life, the way you talk, what you look atwhat you think, and what you listen to.
Stressing more on what you listen to, we all know music is one thing most of us use to while away time, and even during this lockdown we tend to spend more time listening to songs.
Ramadan has converged with lockdown now – so we have to be careful about what we listen to so as to keep our sawm (Fasting) intact.
So, at Teelamford we made a thorough run-down on 1o songs that will cause an instant dent to your fasting when you listen to them
Below are some trending Nigerian songs you all must avoid while fasting ๐Ÿ‘‡

1. Hardgun – Olosho

2. Reminisce Ft. Olamide, Naira Marley – Instagram

3. Olamide – Wonma!

4. Naira Marley Ft Cblvck And Mohbad – Didolobo

Those are the 10 songs we think due to their vulgar lyrical competence will pose a great danger to our soul while fasting during this period.
So Guys ๐Ÿ‘‡

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[Music] Samklef – Highness

Samklef Highness mp3 download.
Samklef comes through with the remix of his single titled “Highness” and he teams up with DJ Tripstar.

The lovely new single has an amazing vibe and we totally love the energy and vibe this one brings.

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Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Check Out Vector’s Tribute to Nigerian Late Rapper, Dagrin on His 10th Year Death Remembrance

As we all know Today marks the 10th year the Late Nigerian rapper, Dagrin is Dead, and Nigerian rapper, Vector has penned a tribute.

Vector took to Twitter to say that he and the rapper never had a close relationship despite meeting a lot of times at Storm record events other than that of respect.
He wrote:
“We celebrate Dagrin today. We never really had a close relationship other than that of respect.We met a lot around storm records events as young rappers seeking better opportunities. His album CEO just sprung up out of nowhere and boom! “Mummy mi o si ni ile” all beach fronts.”
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[Video] SIMI – Duduke (Dir. By Adasa Cookey)

SIMI Duduke Dir By Adasa Cookey video download.


StudioBrat presents the official music video for Simi’s latest single “Duduke“, Diretcted by Adasa Cookey.

Nigeria’s music diva Simi released her 2020 debut titled “Duduke” some days back. The Oscar produced song sees her singing about how her heart beats for a particular human being.
Without relenting on the release, Simi serves us the music video for ‘Duduke’ to celebrate her special day (Birthday) with her army and music lovers worldwide. She also revealed a special surprise to us in this music video as she shows off her baby bump. Yes! Simi is pregnant and apparently Adekunle’s incoming child is the one that makes Simi’s heart beat… Du-Du-Ke now.

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[Music + Video] Cprince – Gimme Love Ft. CDQ

Cprince Gimme Love Ft CDQ Music and Video download.
Royalty records the first son, Cprince releases his most anticipated single “GIMME LOVE” featuring CDQ. The Soro crooner in which he featured Zlatan decided to drop the visuals and audio to Gimme Love at the same time. With the Corona Virus Pandemic disturbing the world right now, Cprince showed no weakness in his music career and he is ready to dish out more hits as time goes on.
Gimme Love was produced by Big Mouse beats and was directed by Kofi Awua. The video was shot in Accra, Ghana.

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[Mixtape] DJ Baddo – Best Of DAGRIN Mix

DJ Baddo Best Of DAGRIN Mixtape download. 

Here is a mixtape “Best Of Dagrin” by the ORIGINATOR “DJ Baddo” in remembrance of Da Grin.

“Dagrin, Barack O’Grin, Chief Executive Omoita, Lyrical were, Akogun, Omo Ogun… It’s ten years since you left without biding us farewell. Though you are gone, your memory lives forever. Your short stay here attests to the fact that it is not how far but how well. You came, saw and conquered. You will forever be missed. Rest in Peace Olaitan.” Please download and share your comments below.

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[Music] DJ Ecool – Gangsta Lovin Ft. Victoria Kimani

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DMW/Davido’s official disc jockey, DJ Ecool releases a ladies jam titled “Gangsta Lovin” featuring Victoria Kimani. Ecool who released his debut project – ‘New Side‘ The EP in the month of March brings forth the first track.
This first track “Gangsta Lovin”, produced by Wizzle Blower which had Kenya’s music diva, KIMANI on it is here for Ecool’s female fans to vibe to and create a challenge on social media.

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[Music] Dr Sid – Lit Ft. Ladipoe (Prod. by Altims)

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Mavin’s veteran singer, Dr Sid teamed up with the label’s rapper – LadiPoe for a new song titled “Lit“. This Altims (BurssBrain) produced record was dished out by Dr in the spirit of 4.20 (weed day) celebration.
On “LIT” Dr Sid talks about making use of every moment to be Ontop of The World (You don’t have to set a day aside to feel yourself). The song also sees LadiPoe (LOTR) rapping in Yoruba dialect.

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[Mixtape] DJ Kentalky – Quarantine Mix

DJ Kentalky Quarantine Mixtape download
Superstar DJ Kentalky a.k.a Life Of The Party have just released a new mixtape tagged “QUARANTINE MIXTAPE” to help with the lockdown. This mix contains brand new tunes all across Africa.

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SAD! NBA Ibadan Chapter Eulogises Late Akinjide, Mourns With Family, Loved Ones

The Nigerian Bar Association, Ibadan Branch, has eulogised Chief Richard Osuolale Abimbola Akinjide and expressed heartfelt condolences to his Akinjide’s families and loved ones.

Akinjide, the former minister of justice and attorney-general of the federation and legal icon died at the age of 88 in his Ibadan, Oyo State, home.
In a transition statement signed by Oluwole Akintayo, the NBA chairman (Ibadan) and Akeem Okelola, branch secretary, the bar association expressed saddened over the death of Chief R. O. A. Akinjide SAN and the attendant loss of the opportunity to continue to drink from his deep well of wisdom and experience, the Nigerian Bar Association, Ibadan Branch. The branch said it believes this is also a time to. 
Read below;
"celebrate the life and times of our illustrious and highly revered Patron.

Our condolences go to His Excellency, the Governor of Oyo State, Engr. Seyi Makinde
FNSE; the Olubadan of Ibadanland, His Imperial Majesty, Oba Saliu Akanmu Olasupo Adetunji,
Aje Ogungunniso I; and the Yoruba Council of Elders on the departure of an illustrious son of
Ibadan. Oyo State and Yorubaland,” the statement reads in part.
Full statement below:
1. The Chairman, Nigerian Bar Association, Ibadan Branch, on behalf of its Patrons, members of
the Executive Committee and the entire members of the Nigerian Bar Association, Ibadan
Branch, issues this statement on the transition of our revered Patron, Chief Richard Osuolale
Abimbola Akinjide SAN, CON in the early hours of Tuesday, 21 April, 2020.
2. While we are saddened by the death of Chief R. O. A. Akinjide SAN and the attendant loss of
the opportunity to continue to drink from his deep well of wisdom and experience, the Nigerian
Bar Association, Ibadan Branch, believes it is also a time to celebrate the life and times of our
illustrious and highly revered Patron. Chief Richard Akinjide was called to the Nigerian Bar in
1956, two years after the Western Nigeria Bar Association (now known as Nigerian Bar
Association, Ibadan Branch) was established. He had earlier been called to the Bar in England
after his Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) programme at the University of London and vocational
training as a lawyer.. He never severed his link with the legal profession in England. Chief
Richard Akinjide always saw Ibadan Bar as his older brother by two years. It is remarkable to
note that Chief Richard Akinjide assumed office as the fourth Chairman of NBA Ibadan Branch
in 1969 after holding very important state offices including that of a cabinet minister. He did not
consider serving in the local Bar demeaning to him after being a Federal Minister.
3. A short reflection on the various positions in which Chief Richard Akinjide SAN served
indicates he has many successors-in-office in the profession and in public offices. We feel elated
to be Baba’s successors in our capacities as members of the Executive Committee of the Nigerian
Bar Association, Ibadan Branch. Baba Akinjide had openly acknowledged that the office of the
Chairman, Nigerian Bar Association, Ibadan Branch opened up to him many other opportunities
to serve the legal profession in Nigeria. From the office of Chairman, NBA Ibadan Branch, Chief
Richard Akinjide moved to the office of the President of the Nigerian Bar Association where he
served for three years. It was during Chief Akinjide’s presidency that the Constitution of the
NBA was amended to limit the maximum term a person could spend to 2 terms of two years
(each term being for one year then) but he got a third term as the Annual General Meeting
resolved that the restriction on the maximum of two terms would not apply to him since its
decision could not have retrospective effect. Chief Richard Akinjide SAN was in the second set of Senior Advocates of Nigeria sworn in on 12 January 1978. At the time of his transition, Chief
Richard Akinjide SAN was the Chairman, Body of Senior Advocates of Nigeria (BOSAN) by
virtue of being the “most senior” Senior Advocate in Nigeria.
4. In 1979, Chief Richard Akinjide SAN became the Honourable Attorney-General and Minister
of Justice under President Shehu Shagari. As Attorney-General of the Federation he appeared in
courts frequently to argue cases on behalf of the Federal Government. He did not seek a second
term in office to enable him devote more attention to an assignment he had undertaken to
perform for the International Law Commission of the United Nations. Whilst he was Hon.
Attorney-General of the Federation, Chief Richard Akinjide SAN also had the privilege to serve
served as Chairman, Body of Benchers, a body whose establishment was mooted whilst he was
President of the Nigerian Bar Association.
5. We are grateful to God Almighty who blessed Baba Akinjide with highly successful children:
biological, professional, political and social. We must say some of Baba’s professional children
did not meet him in person but were enamoured and inspired by the dignity, grace, candour,
diligence, assiduousness, calm disposition, friendliness and charisma he brought to the
performance of his tasks, be they assumed, assigned or thrust upon him by Providence. Chief
Richard Akinjide was no doubt a most distinguished advocate, a man of great learning and
erudition and an astute administrator. He also influenced the decisions of many young persons,
many of whom have now attained eminent positions in the legal profession, to pursue careers in
law in general and in advocacy in particular. Thanks be to God.
6. Chief Richard Akinjide joined politics before Nigeria attained political independence. Like
many politicians of that generation, their immediate concern was to fight for Nigeria’s
independence. As a nationalist he joined others to achieve this. He was a Member of the House
of Representatives. He was one of the politicians privileged to hold public offices after
independence. He served as Minister of Education in the First Republic in the Cabinet of Prime
Minister, Alhaji Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, before the Military coup of January, 1966. He
embraced fairness and equity in the discharge of the functions of his office. Chief Richard
Akinjide SAN carried his profession into politics. He did not abandon his profession whilst in
politics. He effectively combined practice of law with politics and this made his transition to life
as a private legal practitioner when he left political offices smooth and seamless.
He deployed his legal skills and knowledge to the advantage of his political party. Chief Richard Akinjide SAN was Shehu Shagari’s counsel in the election petition that followed 1979 presidential election both before the Presidential Election Tribunal and the Supreme Court of Nigeria. The opinion he gave for the first time in an NTA television late evening programme which he participated in as the results of the votes cast in the presidential election in various states were coming in marked the beginning of the debate on the 2/3 of 19 States, an issue that elicited the pronouncements of both the election tribunal and the Supreme Court of Nigeria. All subsequent exercises to create additional states learned from this experience. Chief Richard Akinjide SAN also appeared for FEDECO in the Oyo State Gubernatorial Election Petition between Chief Bola Ige of the Unity Party of Nigeria (UPN) and Dr. Victor Omololu Olunloyo of the National Party of Nigeria (NPN).
7. Chief Richard Akinjide SAN was an issue-based politician that could not be heard to use
unsavoury language to describe his political opponents. If others chose to play low he would
maintain his dignified posture and culture. He played politics without bitterness. At his family
compound in Ile Aperin, when Chief Akinjide stood election for the office of the Governor of
Oyo State on the platform of NPN in 1979, another family member, Alhaji Busari Obisesan, also
a reputable legal practitioner, was the gubernatorial candidate for the Mallam Aminu Kano-led
People’s Redemption Party (PRP) in the same election. Chief Akinjide’s friends, associates and
admirers cut across political divide.
8. Ten years after leaving office as Education Minister, Chief Richard Akinjide SAN accepted to
serve as Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of the Governing Council of the University of Jos (1976-
1979). In appreciation of his diligent service the university honoured him with an honorary
doctorate degree. At the University of Ibadan, Chief Richard Akinjide SAN was at the inception
of the LLM programme a member of the Faculty. He gratuitously shared knowledge acquired in
his foray into Arbitration, a discipline where he developed himself and which, according to him,
brought him tremendous joy and satisfaction. This afforded the students a unique opportunity to
blend their theoretical knowledge with practice experience. Chief Akinjide SAN did not just
impart knowledge under the auspices of Nigeria’s premier university, he also shared his
resources with the institution by endowing prizes in the Faculty of Law, University of Ibadan just
as he had done at the Nigerian Law School and in the University of Jos.
9. There is no doubt that our Patron, Chief Richard Akinjide SAN has left his indelible footprints
in the sands of time. His passage is indeed the end of an era. For many in the legal profession,
Nigeria’s Second Republic has just ended.
10. Chief Richard Akinjide SAN has left many legacies worthy of emulation. As a politician,
Chief Akinjide’s life taught us that politicians can be civil in their speeches; they can speak the
language of royalty. They can also play issue-based politics rather than politics of mud-slinging
that often characterises our political space. He also demonstrated consistency in politics and
fidelity to his political ideology. In effect, the political adventures of an individual need not
swing like a pendulum between the two extreme angles in the crass pursuit of brighter electoral
fortune. As a democrat he took the position that whatever belonged to all should be decided by
all. As a lawyer, he was committed to the Rule of Law and Constitutionalism. As a leader in the
society person, he carefully refrained from the quest for vain glory, public adulation and
publicity for his acts of benevolence.
11. Chief Akinjide SAN displayed a strong sense of community value both to the legal
community Nigeria project and Africa Renaissance being a critical stakeholder in the three. He
engaged in deep and reflective interrogations about the legal profession, the past and future of
Nigeria and the place of Africa in the emerging world economic order. He published numerous
titles on these subjects. Chief was an advocate of continuing legal education and specialisation in
the practice of law. This he did, not merely through words but through his personal example.
However, he counselled that specialisation should come after some years of generalist practice as
there might be need to fall back on one’s generalist knowledge even in the most intractable area
confronting an expert. He advised lawyers to live in the largest room in the world: the room of
improvement and self-development. His eagerness to propel lawyers to embrace technology to  change the landscape of legal practice has challenged the mental complacency of many legal
practitioners and enlarged the group of frontline legal practitioners in Nigeria. He championed the argument for the decentralisation of the Nigerian Law School when there was only one campus.
Today, there are six campuses of the Nigerian Law School spread across the nation’s six geopolitical zones. Time will fail us to discuss some of his radical proposals on legal education in
Nigeria. He reiterated that in addition to hard work and other virtues one must pray for luck,
which we may also describe as Divine Favour, as it plays a prominent part in an individual’s
journey in life towards success.
12. As a professional himself, Chief Akinjide SAN placed confidence in the use of first rate
professionals for every simple task. In preparing a counsel for maritime law practice he did not
hesitate to engage a versatile port official, a professional in the field to put counsel through
practical issues in the industry. Excellence was his watchword. With Baba’s departure, the world
of learning, history, and arts, has lost a rare gem and a great enthusiast.
13. The Patrons, Executive Committee and entire members of the Nigerian Bar Association,
Ibadan Bar commiserate with The Akinjide Family, the Law Firm of Akinjide & Co., (Ibadan
and Lagos), the Mogaji and members of Ile Aperin, the Bishop of Ibadan North & Archbishop of
Ibadan Ecclesiastical Province, the Provost and members of the Cathedral Church of St. Peter,
Aremo, Ibadan. We pray for peace and comfort for you all in the mighty Name of Jesus.
14. Our condolences go to His Excellency, the Governor of Oyo State, Engr. Seyi Makinde
FNSE; the Olubadan of Ibadanland, His Imperial Majesty, Oba Saliu Akanmu Olasupo Adetunji,
Aje Ogungunniso I; and the Yoruba Council of Elders on the departure of an illustrious son of
Ibadan. Oyo State and Yorubaland.
15. We commiserate with some of Chief Richard Akinjide’s successors in office and the
institutions they represent:
 The Chairman, Body of Benchers, Hon. Dr. Justice. Ibrahim Tanko Mohammad, CFR
 The Hon. Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, Mallam Abubakar Malami SAN
 The Hon Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu
 The President, Nigerian Bar Association, Paul Usoro SAN
 The Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of Council, University of Jos.
Adieu our revered Patron, Chief Richard Osuolale Abimbola Akinjide, SAN, CON, FCIArb
(U.K); LL.D (hc).
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Tuesday, April 21, 2020

[Music] Kosii – Pearl And Roses (Prod. By GHSbeatz)

Kosii Pearl And Roses Prod By GHSbeatz mp3. 
Kosii after dropping smashing single “Komaroll” in January, yet returns with another hit sound titled “PEARL AND ROSES” produced by GHSbeatz, mixed and mastered by Slimburna.
Pull out your headphones, lean back and vibe!

Connect with kosii on;
Instagram: @official_kosii
Twitter: @kosii16

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[Music] Byno – Nobody (A DJ Neptune Refix)

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Amazing Singer & Prolific Songwriter, BYNO fondly called the ‘Wedding Singer’, comes through with some #QuarantineVibe and here he puts a Lil Twist to Dj Neptunes Smash HIT “NOBODY” The Singer joins forces with Producer “CautionLXE” to Churn out this Fantastic number. This i promise, is Worth Listening to. ‘A Song about a Jealous Lover who wants the Love of his Life all to himself and No One Else‘.
Also you could look up “PROPERLY” his most recent Single making Waves around.

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Monday, April 20, 2020

COVID-19: Oyo Lawmakers Donates 30 Percent Monthly Income to Civil Servants Salaries

COVID-19: Oyo Lawmakers Donates 30 Percent Monthly Income to Civil Servants Salaries
The Oyo State House of Assembly has agreed to a 30 percent deduction in their monthly allocation to Civil servants effective from April, as COVID-19 pandemic hits harder on the Global economy, leading to drastic drop in Oil price, National revenues and Subsequently about 60 percent drop in Federal allocation to States.

According to reports reaching Teelamford, The 30 percent deduction includes both the Lawmakers salaries and other monthly allowances entitled to them as State Honorables.

This sacrifice will be made by Political office holders in the State to ensure that the regular payment of Civil Servants salaries is not affected irrespective of the economic situation.

The agreement was reached when the Governor of the state, Engr Seyi Makinde met with the State's Lawmakers at the Government house, last weekend.

At the meeting, it was learnt that the Governor explained that the Pandemic had resulted in about 60 percent dropped in federal allocation and it is taking tool on the State's economy.

Also, the Chairman of the Oyo State Committee on Information and Media, Honorable Kazeem Olayanju said the Lawmakers agreed to the slash in the interest of the smooth running of the state.
In his words, he said;
"Our income has been slashed by 30 percent as our support towards COVID-19. The governor brought the idea and we agreed that effective this month, there should be the 30 percent deduction.
We were made to understand that the Pandemic had greatly affected the economy of the state and our country Nigeria, as well as the Federal Government has reduced allocation by 60 percent.
This situation could have affected regular payment of the Civil servants salaries in Oyo State but the governor maintained that irrespective of the economy situation of Oyo State, the salary of the civil servants must not be affected.Hence, we agreed that Political office holders should make sacrifice."
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