Enisa, a Brooklyn-based pop singer and vocalist, has released the remix to her single “Love Cycle.”
Enisa teams up with Davido, a Nigerian music export, for the remix of “Love Cycle,” adding an Afrobeats aspect to the song’s rhythm.
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UFC fighter, Francis Ngannou, has admitted he hates watching footage of his defeat to Stipe Miocic in 2018.
According to him, he does not recognise the person who lost to Miocic almost three years ago.
Ngannou was comfortably beaten in his first title shot but has worked his way back to the top of the pile and earned another opportunity in the headline act of UFC 260 this weekend.
At the pre-UFC 260 press conference on Thursday, he said: "I remember the first fight from the preparation. I'm not taking credit off Stipe, he was the better fighter that night but I hate watching that fight because I don't recognise myself, the way that I'm fighting, I'm rushing.
"That guy looks like me...
Manchester United have suspended contract talks with Eric Bailly during the international break.
Bailly’s future at Old Trafford remains uncertain, as his deal is due to expire next June.
United are said to be keen to sign the 26-year-old defender to fresh terms, but a recent report claimed that the Ivorian was prepared to reject the chance to pen an extension as he does not feel that he has the full support of head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Bailly is believed to have been furious that he was left out of the recent Europa League clash with AC Milan, and the defender was also absent against Leicester City in the FA Cup last weekend.
According to The Mirror, contact talks have been placed...
Mele Kyari, Group Managing Director of Nigeria Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, says the corporation can not bear the over N120 billion monthly subsidy for Premium Motor Spirit, PMS.
The NNPC MD made this remark during the weekly briefing put together by the Presidential Communication Team at the State House in Abuja on Thursday.
Kyari said the actual cost of importation and handling charges is peg at N234 per litre, while the government sells at N162 per litre.
He further revealed that the NNPC takes on itself the cost differential, which is well-documented in his financial books.
Kyari, however, said that since NNPC could no longer bear the cost, sooner or later, Nigerians would have to pay the actual cost for the commodity.