Joeboy has released the official video for a new version of his song titled ‘Door’.
It is the follow up to the release of his debut album “Somewhere Between Beauty & Magic”.
The song has additional vocals from popular Ghanaian musician Kwesi Arthur.
The video was directed by Andy Madjitey.
Watch the video below:
Tim Godfrey always drops awesome gospel songs. And his new work, “Iyanu a Sele” is not different!
Iyanu a Sele means “Miracles will happen”.
Godfrey features Pastor E.A. Adeboye and Tope Alabi on what is a song of hope and assurance in the might and power of God.
It is the second song off the “Already Won” album.
Watch the video below:
Iyanu a sele (Amen)
Te be rin irin ajo, Iyanu A sele (Amen)
Aye o ni ridi yin (Amen)
Ota o ni ridi yin (Amen)
The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has said it is shocked at allegations that the Minister of Communications, Isa Ali Pantami and Muslim leaders were behind the death of former Kaduna Governor, Patrick Yakowa.
CAN Chairman in Kaduna, Rev. John Joseph Hayab, said the church and Yakowa's family consider the allegation very serious and feel it could impact national security.
Hayab further said sensitive documents like the ones purported to be from the JNI meeting in Bauchi, should be subjected to thorough security investigation and trials.
"The danger of making this a media issue, instead of a legal and security issue that it ought to be, is that we stand to lose the most important point; that of bringing to justice persons accused to have wronged the law," he...
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has introduced a new feature in the ongoing registration for the 2021 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).
In a statement on Thursday signed by its Head of Media and Protocol, Fabian Benjamin, JAMB explained the feature titled ‘Know Your Registration Officer,’.
It aims to fortify the registration process.
According to Benjamin, the new feature will also guard candidates against abuse and manipulation.
Benjamin further noted that candidates who are applying for the 2021 UTME which is due to close on 15th May, 2021 are advised to immediately raise an alarm the moment they find out that the picture on the screen doesn’t match the face of the person registering them.