Top record executive, Sean Combs aka Diddy has listed his Black 100 list and it includes Nigerian music legend, Fela Kuti, N’Golo Kante and many others made the list.
See list below.
JAY Z, Beyonce, Issa Rae, Rihanna, Susan Moore, Carl Lamarre, Jennifer Lopez, Ryan Coogler, Taraji P. Henson, Donald Glover, Melody Chiu, Shelly Fariello, Teyana Taylor, Dwayne Johnson, Michael B. Jordan, Skepta, Tiffany Haddish, Edward Barsamian, Oprah, Stormzy, Virgil Abloh,
Fela Kuti, Michelle Obama, Migos, Jon Platt, Cassie, Dev Hynes, Andre Leon Talley, J Prince, Cardi B, Mav Carter, Don Lemon, Anderson Cooper, Serena Williams, Elon Musk, Yo Gotti, Rich Dennis, Amanda Seales, Kelly Rowland, Ted Sarandos, Gucci Mane, Tracee Ellis Ross, H.E.R.,
Adwoa Aboah, Lupita Nyong’o, Lebron James, Zendaya, French Montana, Kerry James Marshall, Gabrielle Union, D Wade, Maluma, John Legend, Chrissy Teigen, Emory Jones, Quincy Brown Combs, Misty Copeland, N’golo Kanté, Swizz Beatz, Alicia Keys, Drake, Damson Idris, Ali Wong,
Bad Bunny, DJ Khaled, Pat McGrath, Machine Gun Kelly, Charles Blow, Colin Kaepernick, Dave Chappelle, Zoe Kravitz, Travis Scott, Naomi Campbell, Snoop Dogg, Karena Evans, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Kendrick Lamar, Gina Rodriguez, 6lack, Karol G, Duckie Thot, Angela Rye, Lakeith Stanfield,
Will Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith, Kevin Hart, Rick Ross, Lil Kim, Laurieann Gibson, Nicki Minaj, Steve Stoute, Solange, Prentice Penny, Erykah Badu, ASAP Rocky, Post Malone, Khloe Kardashian, Doc C, Kristen Crawley, Big Freedia, Mark Wahlberg, Janelle Monáe,
Nas, Anthony Anderson, Faith Evans, Mary J Blige.
It’s on the way. Thanks for the inspiration. #Black100
Viral reports say a Nigerian Catholic Priest identified as Rev. Father Collins Ekpe, has died in Chicago, United States, few years after he relocated to the country for study.
The Nigerian Catholic Priest whose death left his friends, family and loved ones in anguish, was the parish priest of St. Kizito Catholic Church in Kuje, Abuja from 2008-2013. Jacob Ugwuoke, the late Catholic Priest’s friend and classmate who shared the report, disclosed that he died after he went into his room in Chicago.
Taking to Facebook to share the report, Jacob Ugwuoke wrote;
He is a class mate and a priest friend. We woke up Sunday morning to hear that he went into his room and never came out alive in Chicago where he was studying. Please pray for the happy repose of his soul. Tears in my eyes.
New reports say the National leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party and The All Progressives Congress might strike a deal with a former Deputy Governor of Osun State, Senator Iyiola Omisore, in a bid to win the state rerun governorship election slated for Thursday.
Omisore is the governorship candidate of the Social Democratic Party in the election in which the candidate of the PDP, Senator Ademola Adeleke, came first with 254, 698 votes while the candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Mr Gboyega Oyetola, came second with 254,345 votes.
The Independent National Electoral Commission has, however, said there would be rerun in some polling units where elections were cancelled.
The units, which were listed by the commission, are two in Orolu Local Government Area, one in Ife South Local Government Area, one in Ife North Local Government Area and one in Osogbo Local Government Area.
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Former vice president and PDP presidential aspirant, Atiku Abubakar has expressed confidence that his political party will emerge winner in the re-run election to take place on Thursday in Osun State.
Taking to social media, Atiku called on one of the contestants in the Osun State election which was declared inconclusive by INEC, senator Iyiola Omisore, to join forces with PDP, the party which believed in him in 2014.
The Wazirin Adamawa wrote on his Twitter page: “I am confident PDP will win in Osun, no matter the ulterior motive of APC. I call on Senator Omisore to remember the PDP, which believed in him and gave him its ticket in 2014.
“I urge him to join with all who want to deliver Osun from negative change and support Adeleke.”