Fireboy is back with the visuals for ‘Airplane Mode‘.
This follows the success of Lifestyle and Champion (featuring D Smoke) videos.
Airplane Mode is off his sophomore album, APOLLO, the follow up project to his debut – LGT.
Fireboy gets really personal and shows a vulnerable side on Airplane Mode. He sings about the stress from friends and family and how he has to live like an animal.
Watch and enjoy the visuals directed by Clarence Peters below:
The Minister of Women Affair and Social development, Pauline Tallen, has accused all Nigerian entertainers of promoting the abuse of women's bodies.
According to her, they frustrate the government’s efforts at curbing the violation of women by promoting vulgar lyrics and using female dancers in a most disdainful manner.
Tallen said this while delivering her speech at the launch of the State of the World Population 2021’ report in Abuja on Tuesday.
Speaking on the theme, ‘My Body is My Own: Claiming the Right to Autonomy and Self-Determination,’ the minister said the Federal Government was working hard to tackle fear and stigma of survivors of violence, weak community and facility referral systems, lack of counselling services for women and girls and the communities as well as seek justice...
Coming after students protested the increment in their fees, the Kaduna State University (KASU) has suspended academic activities for its undergraduate students indefinitely.
Recall that undergraduate students had protested a hike in school fees from between N24,0000 and N36,000 to between N100,000 and N400,000.
The students, who began the protest since the increment was announced in April, demanded a reversal of the new school fees.
KASU Registrar, Samuel Manshop, disclosed this on Tuesday in a statement in Kaduna.
Mr Manshop, who did not give reasons for the suspension, however, said academic activities would continue for postgraduate programmes, college of medicine, pharmaceutical sciences and part-time programmes.
“The management of KASU wishes to notify staff, students and the...
The All Progressives Congress (APC) has warned Nigerians to stop using Virtual Private Network (VPNs) to access Twitter.
According to the ruling party, many private investments have been lost as a result of using VPN.
APC gave the warning in a statement issued Tuesday in Abuja by the National Secretary of its Caretaker Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee CECPC, Sen. John James Akpanudoedehe.
The party alerted Nigerians “of the many risks involved in accessing contents, especially social media using the Virtual Private Network (VPN) which is vulnerable to the heinous activities of criminal hackers who can steal data and money in bank accounts”.
The party also warned legitimate private and public entities operating in the country to avoid the many dangers of exposing...