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Ric Hassani shocked at the sheer audacity of a fan who wants him to edit ‘Thunder Fire You’ off his song

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Nigerian singer Ric Hassani has reacted to the sheer audacity of a fan who wants him to edit “Thunder Fire You” off his song.

The singer on his Twitter page shared the letter of the fan.

According to the fan, his friend like Ric Hassani’s voice and latest single. However, he expressed displeasure on the chorus “Thunder Fire You”

The fan further requested Ric Hassani to edit the song, so he can send to his friend.

Ric Hassan wrote: This killed me lol, it’s the audacity…

The fan wrote: Good afternoon sir
I really enjoyed your new song “Thunder fire you” and i share the song with my firend and she liiked your voice but she said she don’t like the chorus i dont know if it will be possible for you to alter the chorua for me to send to her beacuse i want her to be your fan as you have very good works.
Thanks in anticipation.
Yours faithfully

Kemifilani recalled the NBC recently ban Ric Hasssani’s latest single over its lyrics.

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CBN introduces N5 rebate on every $1 sent to Nigeria

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The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) will charge N5 for every $1 remitted to Nigeria through International Money Transfer Organisations in its new forex policy.

CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele, confirmed this on Saturday during a virtual event organised by Fidelity Bank.

According to him, this new policy will take effect from Monday, March 8.

Emefiele said, “Furthermore, in an effort to reduce the cost burden of remitting funds to Nigeria by working Nigerians in the diaspora, the Central Bank of Nigeria has introduced a rebate of N5 for every $1 of fund remitted to Nigeria, through IMTOs licensed by the Central Bank.

“This rebate will be provided to the bank accounts of beneficiaries, following receipt of remittance inflows.

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Premier League releases statement on penalty decision after Burnley hold Arsenal to draw

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The Premier League has explained why Arsenal were not awarded a penalty during their 0-0 draw at Burnley on Saturday.

Nicolas Pepe's touch inside Burnley's box led the ball to hit Erik Pieters' outstretched arm in the 75th minute.

But the Gunners were not awarded a penalty following a VAR review.

Two goals from Chris Wood and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang gave both teams a point each.

However, the Premier League has now issued a statement on the matter, which read: "The ball hit him from close proximity and he had no time to react.

"It was not given on-field, and the VAR did not think it was a clear error."

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Bandits attack Federal Airport Quarters in Kaduna, abduct nine persons

Bandits have attacked the Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) quarters in Kaduna abducting nine persons, including a family of six and a housewife with her two children.

An Engineer in the Airport told The Nation that, the attackers invaded the quarters around 12:10 am on Saturday after gaining access through the airport’s runway 05. He said, but for the intervention of the military, the bandits who were in large numbers wanted to kidnap the entire residents of the quarters.

According to him, “Initially when I started hearing gunshots, I was not even bothered, because I thought whoever came here to rob or do anything has made a mistake of his life because we have a military barrack at the airport. But, I later became restless when after like 30 minutes, bullets were still raining.

Along the line, the soldiers came...

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