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Lil Wayne shows love to the man that ultimately saved his life after his wild near-death experience and reminds the world how much the love of his family and fans means to him as he continues to carve out his legacy.

Ghanaian popular afropop duo R2Bees releases brand new single, titled “Boys Kasa”. The song features King Promise, Kwesi Arthur, Darkovibes, RJZ, Spacely, Humble Dis, Medikal & B4Bonah. Production credits for the star studded joint go to Killmatic & Killbeatz. Check it out below!

Download R2Bees - Boys Kasa 

Osun State Gubernatorial Candidate of the Social Democratic Party, Senator Iyiola Omisore, has said that he has no case of corruption either in any court or with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.

Omisore said while reacting to the Yoruba Socio-Cultural Association which flayed the Federal Government for excluding him and Senator Musiliu Obanikoro from the travel ban issued against 50 prominent Nigerians.

Osun State's former deputy governor, in a statement issued by his media aide, Mr Jide Fakorede, on Tuesday, said he had no corruption charges against him anywhere and he should not be included on the travel ban list.

He said, “This fictitious group is a creation of those who were not happy with the recent political developments in Osun State and who obviously do not mean well for the state but only trying to mutilate the high integrity of Senator Omisore.

“Senator Iyiola Omisore was wrongly alleged in 2016 and he surrendered himself to the EFCC for investigation and was given a ‘clean bill of health’ by the anti-graft body after a thorough investigation.

“It is on record that no case was instituted against him in any court of our land and neither was he arraigned before any court either. He has been enjoying his freedom and has even presented himself for election into public office passing through all security screenings. So we ask, what is the noise about?

“The basis for placement on the watch list and travel ban is to ensure that those answering EFCC charges are held within the country and for someone not having a current case with the anti-graft agency, there may be no basis to restrict his movement.”
Ghanaian actor Van Vicker celebrated 15years wedding Anniversary today 16th October 2018. The celebrity took to social media to brag a little about how he has been able to manage the heat of marriage despite the noises of marriage breakups in the industry. 

@iam_vanvicker wrote on his Instagram timeline 

I have been married for 15 years today #mypeoples and self felicitation wont be in the wrong direction, will it? Cos my broda IT AIN'T EASY. 
One wrong action can annihilate years of togetherness. Yet again we are humans so forgiveness must be exercised.

Recently, a lady was talking to a gentleman who just got a divorce and she said, 'chale like you for talk to van, he knows all the tricks of staying married'. It sounded hilarious cos only  I know the stormS and sunshineS of MY marriage. 
I am not a love or relationship expert but I can sanguinely tell you for no consultation fee...if any female or male says in your presence or behind you that, - you are afraid of your wife (husband)- I opine, that is the beginning of success in your marriage. By that I am not saying be less of a man or a coward, oppositely, it accentuates your strength as a man because you passionately champion what you cherish and show enormous respect for what you love. 
Yes they have said, I am afraid of my wife, many times. My interpretation of that sentence means...PEACE AT HOME. Hahahahahh all the married brodas can relate I am sure. 
Ei, I have deviated from my initial animus, lol. #ibeg

The lady in the photograph is my wife and after 14years I can still conk out for her. 
No amount of exaggeration and hyperbole can elucidate how my heart feels towards her.

Simply, I love her extremely, today, tomorrow and forever.

Happy anniversary baby.  -
Today, 16th October, 2018 marks the 80th birthday of Kabiyesi Alayelua, Oba Lamidi Olayiwola Adeyemi III Alaafin Oyo.

The king who assumed office in 1970, in his 40s, today has influenced so many decisions as far as Nigeria and the Yorubas are concern.

We celebrate your majesty.. .ki ade ki bata Pele lese 
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari and former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar are expected to speak on restructuring at the “Handshake across Niger” summit ahead of 2019 general election.

Buhari is the candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) while Abubakar is the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for the 2019 presidential election.

Also expected to speak at the summit scheduled to take place on Monday, November 19 at the Shell Hall, MUSON centre, Lagos, are Senate President Bukola Saraki, Yakubu Dogara, speaker of the house of representatives; Wole Soyinka, a Nobel laureate; and Nnia Nwodo, president-general of Ohanaeze Ndigbo.

According to Ngozi Odumuko, coordinator of Nzuko Umunna, organisers of the event, the summit is designed to move the national conversation on political restructuring forward as the country approaches the 2019 elections.

Odumuko said the key purpose of the summit themed
“Nigeria beyond oil” is to extract a formal pledge of commitment to restructuring, a priority of the southern and middle belt zones, from the major parties and presidential candidates.[b/]

The coordinator said the initiative is an expansion of the January 11, 2018, “Handshake Across the Niger” summit organised to end the suspicion and unhealthy rivalry between the Igbo and Yoruba.

[b]“The key priorities of the event is to bring together the various thought leaders of the component regions to articulate progressive ideas that could foster national integration and development especially as we approach the 2019 elections,” Odumuko.

“And to avail an opportunity for thought leaders and socio-cultural organisations to constructively interrogate the presidential candidates of selected political parties on their plans, programmes and policies before the elections.”

Two former ministers of external affairs Ike Nwachukwu, a retired major general, and Ibrahim Gambari will chair the occasion.

Other dignitaries expected at the event are Ike Ekweremadu, deputy Senate president, Ayo Adebanjo, Afenifere chieftain, and Edwin Clark, Niger Delta leader.