One of the most beloved Nigerian gospel singer, GUC, is here with a brand new music video for his spirit-lifting song “What He Says“.
The song is off his debut album “The Message”.
The track has become one of the best gospel songs released in 2020 and still tops the chart this year.
GUC, supported by a vivacious choir, delivers a great video for this song.
It was directed by cinematographer Avalon Okpe.
Watch and enjoy GUC – “What He Says” video:
A house of a representative member, Kennedy Ibeh, representing Obowo State Constituency in Imo State House of Assembly, has sponsored a bill to regulate the State's high cost of customary marriages.
Ibeh, during his presentation of the bill for a second reading during the plenary, argues that the predominant marriage practices in Igboland had made many young ladies remain single.
According to him, “a suitor coming to pay for a lady’s dowry may find it tasking to settle for the English wedding which again demands more expenses.
“Part of the prayers of this bill is that once a suitor pays and completes the bride price of a lady, a clearance certificate should be issued to the groom by the father of the bride, who will present same to the...
The Nigerian government has replaced the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) with the Nigeria Postal Service (NIPOST) as stamp duty collector.
Dr. Isa Pantami, the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, disclosed this at the launch of Nigeria’s 60th Independence Anniversary Commemorative Postage Stamps held at the Digital Economy Complex, Mbora, Abuja.
“Our efforts regarding the issue of stamp duty collection with other government Institutions have yielded positive results,” Pantami said.
“NIPOST has been recognised as a government agency with statutory and historical authority to be the producer of stamps and recognised for collection of stamp duties for validation of financial transactions in the country.”
The two government agencies had been engaged at loggerheads over whose responsibility it is to collect the Stamp...
A new policy issued by the United Kingdom has now restricted the recruitment of doctors from Nigeria and other developing countries.
This was revealed in a statement by the UK government titled, ‘UK to strengthen its ethical approach to the international recruitment of health and care workers’ on February 25, 2021.
The updated code of practice, which will help to meet UK’s target of delivering 50,000 more nurses by 2024, is expected to affect 47 countries especially Nigeria, which has the third largest number of migrant doctors in the UK.
The list also showed that almost all the countries affected are in Africa.
They include: Afghanistan, Angola, Bangladesh, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Côte d’Ivoire, Djibouti, Equatorial...