DJ Spinall has released the official music video for Jabole.
It is a track from his Grace album and features singer, Oxlade and Rapper, Ycee.
Off the album, Spinall has dropped only one video which is for track, Sere featuring Fireboy.
This new music video would be his second from the project.
Dalia Dias is also the video director that directed ‘Sere Video’.
Watch and Enjoy below:
Music Video: YCee – Nu Riddim
YCee has dropped the visuals for Nu Riddim.
It features actress Shalewa Ashafa.
This record embodies Afrobeat, Pop and Rap. Its a record that you would love at first listening.
It serves as the first single off a yet-to-be-titled upcoming project.
The music video was directed by Unlimited LA.
Watch the video below:
The founder of the Deeper Christian Life Bible Ministry, Pastor Williams Kumuyi, has said he will return the tithes and offering of some congregants.
According to Kumuyi, he will return the money of members still living in sin.
The cleric stated this while addressing his members at the church's headquarters in Lagos, on the topic of holiness.
Stressing on the importance of living a holy life, Kumuyi said God does not need a “sinner’s money.”
He maintained that it is pointless for a sinner to pay tithes and offerings in church.
“If you are a sinner here, God does not need your money. All the money you are giving in this church does not get to God....
The Governor of Kaduna state, Nasir El Rufai, on Friday sacked over 90 of his political appointees.
El-Rufai explained that he plans to reduce the size of civil servants in Kaduna, but said government appointees will go first.
The Governor disclosed this at a media chat with journalists in Kaduna on Thursday night, explaining that the disengaged political appointees constitute 30% of political officeholders.
"So far, 99 political appointees have lost their jobs but we have not commenced rightsizing civil servants," the governor said.
"We want to be fair with regards to civil servants. We had earlier promised that before we reduce the size of the civil service, we will start with political appointees and we have done that."