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Saturday, October 24, 2020

Lekki Tollgate Should Be Renamed Lekki Memorial Way - Alex Ekubo Says

Alex Ekubo has stated that the Lekki tollgate area in Lagos should be renamed in the memory of #EndSARS protesters who lost their lives at the spot.

Alex Ekubo has stated that the Lekki tollgate area in Lagos should be renamed in the memory of #EndSARS protesters who lost their lives at the spot.

This comes following a massacre that took place on the 20th of October at the tollgate area usually the #Endsars protest ground in Lagos.

Alex, however, suggested that as a sign of respect to the fallen comrades, the Lekki tollgate should get a new name that will symbolize a moment in history that should never be forgotten.

He wrote,, “Lekki Toll Plaza, should be renamed Lekki Memorial Way… & be made Toll Free… in Honor of our fallen comrades… Rt if you agree.”

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Check Out Birthday Wishes Sent by Toke Makinwa to Her Baby Daddy, Drake

Toke Makinwa seems to have a big crush on Canadian rapper, Drake as she celebrates him on his birthday, which is today, Saturday, October 24.

Toke Makinwa in a post via her Insta stories hailed Drake at 34 as she referred to him as her baby daddy.

See also: Lekki tollgate should be renamed Lekki Memorial Way – Alex Ekubo

She wrote on her Insta-story;

Happy birthday to my baby daddy”

“Na me go still marry you”

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69 Persons Were Killed in #EndSARS Protests – Buhari Revealed

President Buhari has reportedly revealed that 69 persons were killed in the #EndSARS protest across the country.

BBC reported that the Nigerian President disclosed this during a virtual meeting with former leaders and security chiefs on Friday October 23. He said that 51 civilians, 11 police officers, and seven soldiers were killed in the unrest.

Buhari was quoted saying in a statement released by Femi Adesina that the killing came off an “initial genuine and well-intended protest of youths which was hijacked and misdirected”.

It was further gathered that the Nigerian President who stated that his administration will not allow miscreants and criminals to continue to perpetrate acts of hooliganism in the country, accused the protesters of refusing to call off the protest in spite of meeting their demands.

The statement read;

”Unfortunately, the protesters refused to call off the protest and engage the government to address their grievances. Instead, they became emboldened and gradually turned violent.

”We shall also continue to ensure that liberty and freedom, as well as the fundamental rights of all citizens are protected. Here, I want to also reaffirm our commitment to preserving the unity of this country.

“The President thanked the former Heads of State for attending the meeting and their invaluable comments, observations and advice, adding that ‘Nigerians expect nothing less from responsible statesmen’.

“Each of the former leaders commended President Buhari for steps taken so far to restore calm and order to the country and also applauded the presidential broadcast of Thursday as detailed and soothing to the country.

“The former heads of state were unanimous in their view that generation of employment and growing the economy including through direct foreign investments were critical to checking youth restiveness.

“The former heads of state also condemned the divisive and inciting pronouncements of separatists and were of the opinion that such acts should be stopped.

“Equally, the former leaders commended the actions taken by governors to address the demands of the ENDSARS protesters and their efforts to check the excesses of those who perpetrated violent acts and conduct.

“Finally, they called on youths to pursue peaceful means, in seeking redress through engagement with government and encouraged further conversation with the youths and other stakeholders in the country.”

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JUST IN: Mob Set Nnamdi Azikiwe’s Statue in Anambra on Fire

A mob in Anambra state has set the statue of the pioneer President of Nigeria, the late Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe, on fire in Onitsha.

The statue was at Denis Memorial Grammar School Roundabout, Awka Avenue, Onitsha, known as Zik Roundabout. While the mob were on a rampage, they doused the statue with petrol before setting it on fire.

As they burnt the stature, the mob were shouting “You put us in this mess by championing one Nigeria,” “You are the cause of our trouble,” amongst other uncomplimentary remarks.

In several parts of the country, hoodlums hijacked the #EndSARS protest, causing wanton destruction of lives and properties and forcing different state government’s to impose curfew.

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#LekkiGenocide: “We cannot imagine the pain” – Arsenal FC Sympathizes With Victims

English football club, Arsenal, has sympathized with victims of the Lekki killings of October 20, noting that they cannot imagine the pains of those affected.

The premier league club sent their sympathy to their Nigerian fans via a post they made today, October 24, on their official Instagram and Twitter pages.

According to Arsenal, their attention was brought to the sad event via comments and replies of their Nigerian fans on their social media posts.

The club’s message reads, “To our Nigerian fans, we see you, we feel you. We have read our replies, we have seen the footage. We cannot imagine the pain. Our thoughts are with everyone in Nigeria. Stay strong, stay safe.”


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#EndSARS: We Collected N147.8m, Spent N60.4m – Feminist Coalition Reveals

The Feminist Coalition that has been coordinating cash inflows for #EndSARS protests has said that a total of N147.8 million was received globally within 14 days of the campaign against Police brutality in Nigeria.

This was disclosed in a statement issued and signed by 14 of its members including F.K. Abudu and Damilola Odufuwa among others on Thursday, October 22.

The feminist group said, out of the funds received for the demonstration globally, a total of N60.4 million has been disbursed as of Thursday, October 22 while the remaining N87.4 million “will go towards funding medical emergencies, legal aids for wrongfully detained citizens and relief for victims of police brutality and families of the deceased.”

The statement reads in part: “We stand in solidarity with every Nigerian who has raised their voice to demand for urgent police reform, the end of police brutality, bad governance in Nigeria, and the disbandment of the notorious SARS unit.

“Here is a summary of the total funds we received and disbursed (in Naira) as of October 22nd, 2020: total received equals N147,855,788.28 (includes donations in dollars, Euros, Bitcoin and other currencies), total disbursed equals N60,403,235.00 and the total funds left equals N87,452,553.28.”

It said out of the remaining funds, the sum of N20,114,087.25 will be channelled for #EndSARSresponse (Medical), N15,741,459.59 for legal aid network; 40,228,174.51 naira will be as relief funds for victims of police brutality and families of the deceased, N5,247,153.197 for memorial for the fallen heroes while the remaining N6,121,678.73 will be for #EndSARSMentalHealthSupport.

In view of the violence that later enveloped the protests, leading to the killing of many people and destruction of both public and private properties, the group said it had decided to stop all the cash inflows for the protest, just as it called on Nigerian youths to observe the mandated curfews in their respected states for the sake of peace.

“The past two weeks have been tough for many Nigerians, most especially the last two days. Many lives have been lost and properties destroyed at the height of what started as peaceful marches for the end to police brutality. We wish to emphasize that we will no longer be accepting donations for #EndSARS going forward,” the statement added.

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JUST IN: Hardgun Set To Drop New Album "SEVEN"


Nigerian singer, rapper and songwriter, Hardgun is set to drop a new album in December tagged ‘SEVEN’.

Hardgun this morning revealed this in some posts he made on his social media page where he said the album "SEVEN" which he is dropping in December is going to feature 7 strong top notch artistes in the Nigeria music industry, with the likes of Aloma, Idowet, Otega, Tswag, Superwozy, Masta T, and Lekki Hood Finest, to make the album a great and heavyweight work.

Captioning his post which revealed his album dropping month, the Ibadan native wrote:





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Friday, October 23, 2020

[Music] Olex Bee – Level Ft. Sunshine & Da Believe

Olex Bee Level Ft Sunshine & Da Believe mp3 download.

Fast rising Nigerian music act, Olex Bee dishes out a new single titled “Level“.

Olex Bee’s new song “Level” features, Sunshine and Da Believe.

Meanwhile, the new entry comes after his well-accepted record and visual for “Aye“ featuring Sunshine.

Download and Enjoy Olex Bee – Level Ft. Sunshine & Da Believe below;

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[Music] Olex Bee – Aye Ft. Sunshine

Olex Bee Aye Ft Sunshine mp3 download.

The long-anticipated vibe has finally dropped: Olex Bee ft Sunshine – “Aye“.

Olex Bee and Sunshine present a well blended tune in motivation, truth and a spiced up flavor of catchy lyricism to go with a soul-inspiring rhythm makes it a classic piece.

Download and Enjoy Olex Bee – Aye Ft. Sunshine below;

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Wednesday, October 21, 2020

[Music] Mayorkay – Jeje Ft. Sweetsanmi

Mayorkay Jeje Ft Sweetsanmi mp3 download.

Ogun state base music artiste, Ademuyiwa Oluwamayokun well known as Mayorkay is out with a new banging tune titled “Jeje

He teams up with Sweetsanmi for his alluring contribution to the rhythmic composition of the song “Jeje

Follow Mayorkay on;

Instagram: @mayor-kay11211

Facebook: King Mayor Kay

Download and Enjoy Mayorkay – Jeje Ft. Sweetsanmi below;

DOWNLOAD MP3: Mayorkay – Jeje Ft. Sweetsanmi

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Lekki Tollgate Massacre: Dencia Puts the Blame on Nigerian Celebrities

Reprudencia Sonkey, known professionally as Dencia has called out Nigerian celebrities for pushing young Nigerians to the forefronts to protest leaving them to die.

Dencia via her Instagram in a long post blamed Nigerian celebrities for the deaths of #EndSARS protesters who were murdered at the Lekki tollgate Massacre on Tuesday 20th October 2020

Read her post below;

Now all the rich folks and celebrities are tweeting from the comfort of their homes while the people die. All the internet curses, why don’t you have your parents call their friends who have friends in places?

Fuck anyone who’s encouraging people to go protest and die, yall ain’t shit. People are already going through it. Y’all start shit, set them up for failure, yall were chilling in your home on the days shit went left cus you were informed shit was going down. It’s crazy, once the military is deployed, there no negotiations. They do that in America, in France etc. Stop following these rich folks and crack head celebrities who will run and hide when shit goes bad, stop.

The audacity of my friends talking shit on the internet acting as they care from the comfort of their homes. Fuck you too. All evil piece of shit people. If you can’t be on the forefront fighting, don’t encourage others to, no one should die for anyone or anything but themselves” – She wrote.

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#EndSars: Governor Sanwo-Olu Speaks on Lekki Tollgate Shooting, Says No Fatalities Been Recorded Yet (video)

Governor Sanwo-Olu says there have been no fatalities recorded in the gunshot incident that occurred at the Lekki tollgate during the end SARS protest on Tuesday night, October 20.

Speaking at a press briefing this morning, Governor Sanwo-Olu said

”Whilst we pray for the swift recovery of the injured, we are comforted that we have not recorded any fatality as against the widespread circulation on social media.”

Watch the video below;


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USA Government Warns Its Nationals to Stay Off Violent Areas, Closes Consulate in Nigeria

The government of the United States has warned its nationals in Nigeria to stay off areas of protests amid heightened tension generated by the ongoing EndSARS demonstrations.

This warning was given in a statement issued on Tuesday, October 20, following reports of violence and alleged shooting of the protesters.

USA government noted the protest, which started as peaceful, has been hijacked as some places including police stations are now being targeted by suspected hoodlums.

It urged its citizens to “be vigilant and avoid areas affected by the protests” in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and Lagos state.

The USA government also said it has closed its consulate general in Lagos for the rest of Tuesday and Wednesday, October 21.

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#EndSARS: Sanwo -Olu to Address Lagosians Today ON Lekki Tollgate Attack on Protesters

Babajide Sanwo-Olu, Lagos State Governor, has condemned outrightly the attack on #EndSARS protesters at the Lekki tollgate area on Tuesday night.

Sanwo-Olu disclosed that powers beyond the state’s control were accountable for the gruesome killing.

He revealed this when he paid victims of Lekki shooting a visit at some Lagos hospitals on this morning.

Sanwo-Olu also added that he will address Lagosians this morning.

He said, “This is the toughest night of our lives as forces beyond our direct control have moved to make dark notes in our history, but we will face it and come out stronger.
“I’ve just concluded visits to hospitals with victims of this unfortunate shooting incident at Lekki.

“It has taken me this long to make a statement because I have to prioritize the welfare of the victims of this very sad incident. There are currently 10 patients at the Gen Hospital, 11 at Reddington and 4 at Vedic; with mild to moderate levels of injuries while 2 are receiving intensive medical care. 3 patients have been discharged & we will continue to monitor and ensure all patients get the best care.

“As the Governor of our state, I recognize the buck stops at my table and I will work with the FG to get to the root of this unfortunate incident and stabilise all security operations to protect the lives of our residents. I will give a state broadcast in the morning.” Tragedy struck when security operatives, in a bid to disperse #EndSARS protesters, reportedly opened fire on the teeming youths at the Lekki tollgate around 7pm.

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Nigerian Army Arrests Soldier Who Recorded a Video Begging His Colleagues not to Shoot at #EndSARS Protesters, Says He Carried Out a Cyber Crime (Photo)

The Nigerian Army says it has arrested the soldier who recorded a video begging his colleagues not to shoot at #EndSARS protesters

The soldier now identified as Lance Corporal Harrison Friday, wore a hood in a video he made in which he begged his colleagues not to shoot at end SARS protesters even if they were sent to do so.

In a post shared on its Twitter handle this morning October 21, the Nigerian Army says Harrison carried out ‘cybercrime’ and that he has now been arrested.


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Tuesday, October 20, 2020

IbarapaMeritAwards2020: PremPremMusic Set to Unveil Award Categories and Nomination Process

The Organizer of the Ibarapa Merit Award, PremPremMusic has today revealed that categories of the award and nominations will be Unveil very soon.

According to reports gathered, in a Press Release made by the Award organizer PremPremMusic, reads;

"PremPremMusic set to Unveil the Award Categories and Nomination process 

For the the first edition of IbarapaMeritAward, we are getting set to announce the categories of award and nomination process which will be done strictly on our Facebook page 

This was part of the discussion held last night at the our 15th meeting 

During the meeting Ola who head the strategy group said the nomination will be strictly monitored by our media team to avoid  any form of discrepancies

We urge everyone to wait as we unveil the date nominations will start 


Opeyemi Diana

For PremPremMusic".

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