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The 24 year old who was born and bred in Oshodi drops his debut single titled Watermelon, a song that poeticizes oral sex
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Chelsea’s Belgian midfielder Eden Hazard celebrates scoring Chelsea’s third goal during the FA Cup semi-final football match between Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea at Wembley stadium in London on April 22, 2017.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte wants playmaker Eden Hazard to keep putting the needs of the team ahead of his own personal glory after his starring role in the FA Cup semi-final win over Tottenham Hotspur.
The Belgium international came off the bench to inspire the Blues to a 4-2 win over London rivals Spurs at Wembley on Saturday as Premier League leaders Chelsea stayed on course for a domestic double.
Afterwards Chelsea team-mate Cesc Fabregas said Hazard was second in ability in the world game only to Barcelona great Lionel Messi and could yet get even better if he was more “selfish” and demonstrated a greater “killer instinct”.
But Conte was happy with the progress Hazard was making playing just as he is now and that the only way to become a truly great footballer was to put the team first.
“The first target for every great champion is to play for the team and to put your talent in the team,” Conte said. “I don’t think that a player like Messi is a selfish player. The best players in the world don’t exist without the team.”
The former Italy manager added: “For me, it’s sad when I listen to this, that one player must be more selfish to reach the top level. This is not my idea of football. I never will understand this. Never.
“In my team I don’t want selfish players. I prefer to lose a game, than to have a selfish player.
“I don’t want this, I can’t accept this. I don’t want my club to one day buy me a selfish player, never.”
– Title race hots up –
Conte, whose side face Arsenal in next month’s final, could win both the Premier League and the FA Cup in his first season in England.
Chelsea are four points clear of second-placed Spurs with six league games remaining.
Conte’s men, however, have lost two of their last four matches — against Crystal Palace and Manchester United — to turn what threatened to be a procession into a genuine title race.
Chelsea will look to get back to winning ways in the league when they welcome Southampton to Stamford Bridge on Tuesday.
In the meantime Conte was unsure if the FA Cup result would have an impact upon Spurs’ bid to be crowned champions of England for the first time since they did the double back in 1961.
“Honestly, I don’t know,” Conte said. “I think for us it was important this win. You reach the final in the FA Cup, a great competition. And for us it’s great.
“These are two different competitions and we have six games to go. It’s important to start this rush (of fixtures) very well, to try to keep these four points (the lead).”
Chelsea will face the Saints with midfielder N’Golo Kante having been named the Professional Footballers’ Association player of the year on Sunday.
Kante won the Premier League title with Leicester City last season and Conte said of his PFA triumph: “We must be proud for him. It’s a great achievement.”
The Presidency has distanced itself from the sudden expulsion of a Punch reporter from the presidential villa on Monday on the orders of the Chief Security Officer (CSO) to President Mohammadu Buhari, Mr Bashir Abubakar.
In a swift reaction following the CSO’S action, Special Adviser on media and publicity, Femi Adesina said that his office was not consulted before the decision was taken, a development which may have pitched the presidential aides at loggerheads.
Apparently piqued by reports considered unpalatable to the image of the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration, his Chief Security Officer, Bashir Abubakar on Monday withdrew the accreditation given to the Punch Reporter assigned to cover the presidential villa.
The expelled reporter, Lekan Adetayo was seen being escorted by the Officer-in-Charge of DSS (OC DSS) out of the State House precinct ostensibly on the orders of the CSO.
Adetayo was earlier summoned and grilled by the CSO for about three hours and thereafter forced to write a detailed statement of his knowledge about the content of the published stories before his accreditation tag was seized.
He was later led to retrieve his working tools and other personal belongings from the Council Chambers. The Council Chambers also serve as the Press work room.
It was learnt that the CSO had earlier issued a stern warning to the expelled Punch reporter in January 2017 over reports of an accidental discharge from a security personnel which injured a female staff of the Presidential Villa.
The reporter who spoke to State House correspondents via a telephone conversation after he was escorted out of the villa by the security operatives explained that he had on Saturday and Sunday authored two stories whose content the CSO considered injurious to the President and the nation at large.
He said the CSO was particularly irked by his (Lekan’s) Saturday and Sunday reports which said there was fresh anxiety over the state of health of President Muhammadu Buhari.
President Buhari returned to the country on March 10, 2017 after a 49-day medical sojourn in London, United Kingdom.
Recall that the administration of President Buhari on assumption of office had ordered the restoration of a Deutsche Welle, a German Radio station, correspondent, Ubale Musa who was earlier expelled by former President Goodluck Jonathan’s security aides.
Ubale was expelled for daring to ask a visiting Chadian President a question that was perceived to be embarrassing to the then government.
The action was widely criticised by Nigerians who saw the development as a clamp down on the media in the wake of the Freedom of Information (FIO) law.
Reacting to the development on his twitter handle Monday, Adesina said “we weren’t consulted in the media office by the CSO before he expelled the Punch reporter.”
While stating that President Buhari was committed to press freedom, the presidential spokesman said that “an amicable solution would be found to The Punch reporter matter,” adding “President Buhari does not intend to muzzle the media in any way.”
A member of All Progressives Congress (APC), Mr Timi Frank, has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to sack appointees, including cabinet members, who had brought the Federal Government to disrepute.
He made the call in a statement on Wednesday in Abuja, while reacting to the suspension of Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr Babachir Lawal by the president.
In the suspension announced in a statement by Mr Femi Adesina, his Media Adviser, on Wednesday in Abuja, Buhari also ordered investigation into allegations of violations of law and due process against the SGF in the award of contracts.
Also suspended by the president was the Director-General of National Intelligence Agency (NIA), Amb. Ayo Oke.
Lawal was alleged to have committed the offences as Chairman of the Presidential Initiative on the North-East (PINE).
Frank said the suspension of the SGF and the NIA boss was long overdue.
Oke’s suspension followed the recent discovery of large amount of money in local and foreign currencies by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in an apartment on 6, Osborne Road, Ikoyi, Lagos.
The NIA and Oke had claimed that the money belonged to the organisation.
The President also ordered full-scale investigation into the development.
Frank had earlier written an open letter to Buhari, demanding openness in the handling of controversial money discovered by the EFCC.
According to him, the suspension of the NIA boss will boost the confidence of Nigerians in the Federal Government`s fight against corruption in the country.
He expressed confidence that the three-member committee set up by the president to investigate the matters would come up with a result that would please Nigerians.
“The president should take more bold steps like this to sack all the incompetent hands in his government.
“Some of these actions are long overdue; Nigerians want to see a type of action President Zuma took in South Africa.
“This government must do more to ensure that the act of corruption become a thing of the past in Nigeria by getting to the root of this controversial 49 million dollars,’’ he said.
Frank advised that anybody found wanting at the end of the investigation should be prosecuted.
US President Donald Trump speaks with a US military veteran (L) after signing S. 544 the Veterans Choice Program Extension and Improvement Act in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, DC, April 19, 2017.
A 75-year-old man died “peacefully” at his home in the US state of Oregon after his ex-wife led him to believe that President Donald Trump had been impeached.
Michael Garland Elliott died earlier this month after Teresa Elliott, his ex-wife and best friend, broke the false news to him, according to his obituary published in The Oregonian.
“Upon hearing that he took his final, gentle breath, his earthly work concluded,” the obituary said.
Teresa Elliott told several US media outlets that her ex-husband was appalled by Trump’s election and she wrongly told him he had been impeached so he could die happy.
Elliott, who was born in Virginia and later moved to California, was a Porsche enthusiast and was passionate about golf, the humourous obituary says.
On moving to California after college, he joined a semi-professional basketball team that toured the country dressed as women, it added.
“At such times Mike was called Skaggy Maggie and continued round-ball domination, albeit with a different uniform,” the obit says.
It said that though his marriage to Elliott ended, the pair had remained friends after their divorce “and hers was the last voice Mike heard.”
Dozens of tributes have been posted on The Oregonian’s “guest book” to honor Elliott.
“This was the best dang obituary I’ve ever read,” one person wrote. “May its words be prophecy.
AC Milan’s defender from Colombia Cristian Zapata celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal during the Italian Serie A football match Inter Milan vs AC Milan at “San Siro” Stadium in Milan on April 15, 2017.
Cristian Zapata hit a dramatic late leveller as AC Milan snatched a 2-2 draw with Inter Milan at the San Siro on Saturday in the city’s first Chinese-owned derby.
Long-suffering Milan fans had reason to feel positive on Easter weekend after the club was taken over by Chinese-led consortium Rossoneri Sport Investment Lux two days ago in a multi-million euro deal.
But until Zapata’s bundled effort hit the crossbar and bounced over the line following a corner in the seventh minute of added-on time, the Rossoneri were on their way to another morale-sapping defeat.
Despite a brilliant start from Vincenzo Montella’s nominal visitors in the ground the two clubs share — Carlos Bacca firing just over and on-loan Everton man Gerard Deulofeu hitting the upright in the opening minutes — Inter were more clinical when it mattered.
Antonio Candreva, who hit Inter’s opener in the corresponding fixture earlier this season which also finished 2-2, did well to hold off his marker and chip a long ball past goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma on 36 minutes.
Inter captain Mauro Icardi had the hosts 2-0 up on 44 minutes when he strolled in unmarked to poke Ivan Perisic’s cross past the 18-year-old goalkeeper.
Inter, owned by Chinese group Suning since June 2016, had further chances early in the second half and although keeper Samir Handanovic was decisive more than once, the big Slovenian was left stranded when Alessio Romagnoli met Suso’s cross at the back post to hit what initially seemed a late consolation on 83 minutes.
Inter looked nevertheless to be heading for a win that would have taken them up to sixth, one point ahead of Milan as both clubs fight for a Europa League place.
But Nerazzurri hopes were dashed when Bacca got on the end of Suso’s corner to set up Zapata to bundle home from a tight angle.
The draw left Montella’s men sixth, one point behind Atalanta in fifth and the final Europa League qualifying place. Atalanta travel to title-chasing Roma, who are six points behind leaders Juventus, later in the day.
Inter remain seventh, still two points behind their city rivals.
Milan enjoyed a great start, Bacca firing over from four yards seconds into the game after a mix-up in the Inter defence following Matias Fernandez’s charge through the middle.
Icardi bundled over from five yards at the other end after a promising run by Portugal midfielder Joao Mario.
And after seeing Deulofeu hit the upright from a tight angle, the hosts took command when Candreva held off Mattia De Sciglio to beat Donnarumma with a fine chip.
The red and black section of the San Siro fell deadly silent when Icardi was allowed to run in unmarked on 44 minutes to poke Ivan Perisic’s pinpoint delivery into the net.
Inter were far more enterprising after the break, Icardi breaking clear down the left and delivering for Perisic but the Croatian’s effort was straight at Donnarumma.
Deulofeu, though, started exerting his influence and forced a great one-handed save from Handanovic with a bouncing strike before narrowly failing to reach Bacca’s ball to the back post.
Montella urged his men up the pitch and with seven minutes remaining Romagnoli launched the fightback with a volley from Suso’s cross that beat Handanovic.
With virtually the last kick of the game, Zapata put the smiles on Milan faces with an awkward effort that required goalline technology to confirm it had crossed the line.
The uber-talented DIDI signed under SweetMuzik Records drops his much anticipated single which he titled “WHY U NO GO DANCE” ft. DJ. Kaywise . After the success of his previous song with DMW’S Mayorkun, the Alafia crooner has dished out a new street anthem with the notable DJ. Kaywise and the song is titled “WHY U NO GO DANCE”.
The jam was produced by Emmy Ace, and the video was shot by the fast rising Director K in Lagos.
Senate has vowed to publish names of importers and banks found culpable in ongoing investigation into over N30 trillion alleged foreign exchange frauds perpetrated between 2006 and 2017.
The Chairman, Senate Committee on Customs, Sen. Hope Uzodinma, made this known on the second day of meeting with representatives of all commercial banks, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and Ministry of Finance on Thursday.
He said the committee had given documents containing names of importers allegedly involved in the act and other details to the commercial banks to study.
According him, as soon as the committee gets reactions from the banks, it will proceed with further investigations on each of the importers.
“The Senate is worried with the state of our economy and we have decided to investigate the dwindling value of our Naira as well as the state of forex that is affecting the economy negatively.
“We will publish the names of importer and banks involved in this fraudulent act.
“The purpose of giving the banks these documents is for them to go and identify the importers that were their customers and work out ways of returning the un-utilised portion of the foreign exchange allocated to them.
“We have the names of the importers, how much was given to them and other details, which are contained in the documents handed over to the banks,’’ he said.
The lawmaker decried that the release of forex to fictitious importers had denied genuine importers access to Forex, causing economic hardship.
He stressed that “commercial banks were trusted and given dealer status, unfortunately we were not able to see the importation that was made with the forex released.
“We profiled utilisation of Forex within the period and went further to establish that letters of credit for doing business were linked to companies abroad.
“We did not stop there, we also went to Customs and there was no evidence of import duty payment, payment of Value Added Tax (VAT) and other requirements.’’
The lawmaker said the committee had given the banks up to May 3, to appear before it after studying and making submissions on the documents given to them.
He said the reason they were given up to three weeks was to give ample time for them to adequately study the documents to avoid excuses.
He added that the three weeks was also to give the Managing Directors of all the commercial banks the opportunity to be present at the meeting in view of its importance.
He warned that the committee would not accept representation from any of the banks, adding that the matter ought to be taken seriously by all concerned.
The chairman said the committee was working with the Executive, security agents and other stakeholders in the investigation and should not be trivialised.
He lamented that the Republic of Benin currency was stronger than that of Nigeria in spite of its might.
Uzodinma said the committee with the mandate given to it by the senate would do everything to recover the money, block further leakages and ensure release of foreign exchange to genuine importers.
According to him, this will help tackle the problem of forex in the country and strengthen the Naira.
He assured that the committee would work with relevant stakeholders to stop further infractions that would cost the country so much loss.
According to him, the money, when recovered, will go a long way in meeting some Federal Government’s financial obligations.
He announced that the Minister of Finance Kemi Adeosun and the Minister of Budget and National Planning, Udoma Udo Udoma, would be attending at the meeting.
He also said the Governor of the CBN, Godwin Emefiele was expected to appear before the committee on May 3.
FIBRE MUSIC is very delighted to officially present an artist with an infallible charisma. He is no other but the Jowo crooner himself, FR ONE. With his new single titled ”PRAIZE”
FR ONE whose other names are Fred Osamudiame Guobadia is from Edo State but was born and raised in Warri Delta State. He studied Production Engineering and he is under the management of Fibre Music. He belongs to the Afro-Hiphop/Dancehall genres in music. He once dropped a single titled ”Jowo” featuring his Fibre Music colleague, Vicarman.
Now, this Europe/Nigerian based artist, in the mood to give God the glory drops a nice single titled ”PRAIZE”.
He said he decided to drop PRAIZE out of the numerous hit songs in his archive, because he is in a hurry to give God the praise for all He has done.
FR ONE is a fast growing artist that is amazingly gaining acceptance in Nigeria and mostly in the Europe.
Watch out for him.
Song Produced by Ebase, Mixed and Mastered by Zeeno Foster
Very talented urban act CHALLEX D BOSS teams up with legendary rapper Eedris Abdukareem for the remix of hit trending conscious masterpiece dubbed WE SEE NO CHANGES.
WE NO SEE CHANGES by Fame TeeVee Musik act is a song which many have applauded as he used this medium to communicate the plight of many Nigerians who hardly feed due to the current economic issues the country is facing.
The track was produced by “Teddy Banty” mixed and mastered by “Dr Ritzy”.