Tuesday, 31 March 2020

I don’t see you as a worthy challenger – Burna Boy tells Reekado Banks

I don’t see you as a worthy challenger – Burna Boy tells Reekado Banks

Burna Boy might have just stepped on the toes of Reekaddicts (fans of Reekado Banks) after the “On the Low” singer insinuated that Reekado is not a worthy challenger if they should ever do battle ; lyrically, musically and physically.   The drama began when a fan prompted Burna boy to declare that he’d go toe to toe with any worthy challenger in the music industry.
Burna Boy tweeted; “I don’t really know what a hit battle is but I’m willing to go toe to toe with ANY worthy challenger. Lyrically , musically , physically. However they want it” Reekado then replied Burna, tweeting ; “Burnaboy – I’m game that energy let’s get it” However, Burna boy would not have that because he does not see Reekado as a worthy challenger. Burna wrote ; “You know I got too much love for you bro. But didn’t you see wen I said “Worthy Challenger”? Reeky oooooo!!!” See exchange below;

Reps donate 2 months salary to strengthen fight against Coronavirus

Reps donate 2 months salary to strengthen fight against Coronavirus

The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila has announced that members of the House will be donating their 2months salary to fight COVID-19.
The Speaker made this announcement in a video message today. Senators and Ministers of the federal republic had earlier extended similar gestures.
 
Gbajabiamila in the message said he had directed the clerk of the National Assembly to see that all members’ salaries for two months are transferred to the National Relief Fund.
Excerpts from the video read:
“We have in the House of Representatives jointly committed to contributing one hundred percent (100%) of our salaries for the next two months to the fight against COVID-19 in Nigeria.
“Our contribution will support provisions for the welfare of frontline medical professionals and health workers, and other interventions to provide for the wellbeing of all Nigerians through these trying times.
“Accordingly, I have directed the Clerk to the National Assembly to see to it that all members’ salaries are transferred to the National Relief Fund for this month and the next.
“This is independent of ongoing individual efforts by members to alleviate the suffering brought on by this virus and to improve the living conditions of citizens in their various constituencies.

Thursday, 26 March 2020

Coronavirus: FG to ban inter-state travel and close motor parks in the country

FG to ban inter-state travel and close motor parks in the country

The Federal Government of Nigeria has announced plans to ban inter-state travel and possibly close down motor parks in the country as part of measures to curtail the spread of the Coronavirus.
Minister for Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed said this at an ongoing press briefing in Abuja, on Thursday.
He said: “It is now time for enforcement.”
He made the comment in reaction to reports that the number of people who have tested positive to the deadly disease in Nigeria has hit 51.

“The People Who Need Help Are Not On Social Media”- Rudeboy Advises Artistes Doing Giveaways On Social Media

“The People Who Need Help Are Not On Social Media”- Rudeboy Advises Artistes Doing Giveaways On Social Media

Nigerian singer, Rudeboy has a message for artistes sharing cash on social media to assist those who are unable to stock up towards the market shut down.
The Lagos state government announced that some marketplaces would have to be shut down for some days to prevent further spread of the coronavirus. Some artistes took to social media to give money to people who lack funds to buy what they need to survive during the shutdown and so far its been going good. Rudeboy, however, seems to have a different view of how things are being d0ne on social media.

Taking to his Instagram page, the singer stated that the people who seriously need help during this pandemic period are not the ones on social media but the ones that are not on social media. According to him, these people have no data or don’t even know what data means. He wrote: “Attention. The people who seriously need help now during this pandemic period are not on social media. They dot know what data is” 
Do you agree with him?
See the picture below;

‘Coronavirus Will Be Over On Friday’ – Prophet TB Joshua (Video)

‘Coronavirus Will Be Over On Friday’ – Prophet TB Joshua

Nigerian charismatic pastor, televangelist and philanthropist, TB Joshua who is also the leader and founder of The Synagogue Church of All Nations, has prophesied that coronavirus will be over by tomorrow, Friday, 27th March, 2020.
Tomorrow is 27th March (Friday) and Nigerians cannot wait to be free of the deadly coronavirus which has made countries shut borders, sporting activities suspended, economies crashing and the world in a state of isolation.
 
Nigerians believe the end of coronavirus will bring an end to suffering which the virus has subjected many people to. The virus has killed thousands of people so far and has affected over 300,000 victims.
Watch the man of God prophesy:

Saturday, 14 September 2019