Reacting to the claims that Wizkid has left the E.M.E, Banky W, the E.M.E boss, says the record label is currently re-reviewing the contract signed with
Wizkid and they are in the “middle” of the negotiation.
“Wizkid is going international and as a result we have to
re-negotiate the contract he signed. Wizkid has his own idea of how he
wants to do things and he has plans for himself too. Wizkid is still
with us, there’s no problem, things will be sorted out soon” Banky W
Banky W insist things will be ironed out in the next few weeks.
Yes! We don't have to go out of our way to watch the AFCON finals this Sunday, we can now watch the match in our different homes...
The Confederation of African Football has reached an agreement with
the Broadcast Rights owners and the Broadcasting Organisation of
Nigeria, BON, that will see the 2013 AFCON Final match beamed live on
Terrestrial TV in Nigeria.
The agreement will see tens of millions of Nigerians watch the final
match between Nigeria and Burkina Faso in their homes on local
television stations for the first time since the competition started.
A former Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Nasir el-Rufai, who also played a key role in the administration of former President Olusegun Obasanjo, has listed four mistakes which he said the former president made while in office.
El-Rufai stated this in his yet-to-be-released book, titled, “The Accidental Public Servant.”
The first was that Obasanjo had borrowed money to acquire certain government assets. The shares were offered to many government officials.”
Among these government officials, el-Rufai listed former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar and the then (and still serving) Minister of Finance, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala.
The former minister said he felt strongly that “as government officials, we were sitting on councils, committees or in the cabinet that would approve some of these transactions.
“In my opinion, even if there was nothing wrong legally with it, there were ethical issues.
“Most of the Economic Team members...
If you spend a lot of time on Twitter, you would have bumped into one of these ten characters. You just have to. They are everywhere!!
1) The Cool Kids- Twitter is just like secondary school and in every secondary school (including public ones) there are always these cool kids who believe they are better than everyone else. They will forcefully let you know why KFC in Atlanta is better than the ones in Lagos. They wake up one morning and determine what should be said and not be said on Twitter. The cool kids on Nigerian Twitter will let you know they are better than you regular folks and that they have been around the world, twice with no visas.
If a new phone or app is out, they tweet about it first and rant about it till something else pops up. They go on about how...