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4 stunning women in famous singer Davido’s life.

Davido has been showing off his new girlfriend Chioma Avril Roland at every chance he gets and it appears she may be the ‘one.’

He recently took her along during a recent trip to his hometown Ede in Osun state. But before Chioma, Davido has been involved with a couple of women.

1. Chioma Avril Roland:

4 stunning women in famous singer Davido's life

Like its mentioned above, Chioma is the current madam in Davido’s life. Little is known about when they started their relationship but we started seeing them together in late December 2017. Chioma is said to have graduated from Babcock University and is also an upcoming singer herself.

2. Sophia Momodu:

4 stunning women in famous singer Davido's life

Davido and Sophia Momodu (Image courtesy Google)

Very few people knew who Sophie was until her uncle, a magazine publisher, Dele Momodu broke the news that she had welcomed a child for Davido in 2015. The tug of war both families engaged in following Imade’s birth made her quite popular also. But all is forgiven as they are all friends now.

3. Amanda

4 stunning women in famous singer Davido's life

Davido and Amanda alongside a friend at her baby shower

There isn’t a lot of information about Amanda who is Davido’s second baby mama other than the fact that she is of African heritage in America. Her relationship with Davido is also cordial.

4. Sira Kante

4 stunning women in famous singer Davido's life

Davido reportedly met Sira in 2014 when she starred in the video for Naughty featuring DJ Arafat. Both kicked off their relationship soon after that meeting. Sira appeared regularly on his Instagram page but it’s still not known as to why their relationship came to an end.


Funke Akindele expresses anger over secondary school pupils badly beaten by teachers in Nassarawa.

Nollywood actress and filmmaker, Funke Akindele, has expressed her disappointment over the way some teachers beat up secondary school students in Nassarawa state. Describing the punishment as “wicked” and “evil”, the award winning actress strongly expressed her anger over the way the pupils were beaten with horsewhip for resuming a week later than other students in the school.

Funke Akindele expresses anger over secondary school pupils badly beaten by teachers

“What? Who is this TEACHER flogging these students? What school is this? I’m so sad seeing this and I must say this act is WICKED,EVIL. Can’t they be given other punishments? Are they not human beings? What if one of them passes out in the process? What of the injuries inflicted on them? I’m so angry! Tani Tisa yi? Pls they should STOP THIS O!!!!!!!! This teacher has to be sacked!!! TEACH NOT TRAUMATISE!!!”

Fayose felicitates with Buhari @ 75

…Knocks him on performance

…Advises President to quit the stage when ovation is loudest

Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State has congratulated President Muhammadu Buhari on the occasion of his 75th birthday.

The Ekiti State Governor, however, urged the president to quit the stage when the ovation is loudest.
In an interaction with newsmen in Ado-Ekiti, on Saturday, the governor said President Buhari had served the nation as far as he could with his advance age.
In a statement by the governor’s Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Idowu Adelusi, Governor Fayose said President Buhari required the prayers of all Nigerians.
“This is to congratulate Mr President as he clocks 75. I want to thank God for his life and pray for good health in the service of our nation and that he continues to age with grace. I wish him the best. He represents us all and we owe him prayers and cooperation where necessary, just as we also need to criticise him too where necessary,” he said.
Asked what he would tell the President if he sees him on his birthday, Fayose said he would congratulate him, not minding the political differences between them.
Asked what would be his advice to the President on his rumoured second term bid, Fayose noted that it would be honourable for the President to call it quit now.
“I am not a fan of an old man and this is not personal and peculiar to President Buhari. We need an agile president come 2019. We need somebody that is experienced and agile. He shouldn’t contest and the decision is his and his party. But that is not going to stop me and my party from taking over from him and his party come 2019,” he added.


In news that might Make Your Eyes Roll, Wizkid revealed that he didn’t know Davido was signed to RCA. Even as both artists continue to soar on global frontiers Wizkid and Davido’s implied rivalry remains a statement of fact and machinations of their own cult followings. The only problem is, despite multiple claims of beef by media outlets over the years, there has neither been a public confrontation or affirmation of bad blood by either Davido or Wizkid.

In a recent interview with DJ Abrantee‘s Afrobeats Show on UK radio station, Capital Xtra. During a round of questions about his new deal with Sony via RCA, Davido’s name came up during the discussion and in response Wizkid quipped “He’s signed to RCA? I didn’t know that”.

Davido who originally signed to RCA’s parent label, Sony earlier last year, was also unveiled to have pitched his tent at RCA towards the end of the year. While it is possible that Wiz is just genuinely oblivious of things happening outside of his world, it seems unlikely someone at RCA would have failed to mention the Starboy that another Nigerian was signed to the same label. More or less a Davido who isn’t the shyest about sharing all the details of his career progress on social media.


MASSOB blasts British envoy, Arkwright for kicking against Biafra



The Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB,) led by Comrade Uchenna Madu has lambasted the British High commissioner Mr. Paul Arkwright for kicking against the restoration of Biafra.

The group said Arkwright said that British government would not support secession or break up of Nigeria.

Madu in a statement alleged that Arkwright made the comment when he visited Joy 101.9 FM in Jos, Plateau State, saying that MASSOB was surprised that such personality could make such provocative utterance.

“Though MASSOB understands that Arkwright is working for the interest of the Hausa Fulani through Nigerian government, but it’s a shame that he knows that Biafra agitators has right for freedom of speech should also know that self determination is guaranteed in United Nation Charter on Human Right, which Nigeria is signatory.”

“MASSOB doubts the credibility of the British High Commissioner in Nigeria. The world knows that Scotland is agitating for full sovereignty from United Kingdom but none of the Scottish agitators was arrested or killed by UK government instead they conducted a referendum to determine the wish of the people of Scotland.”

“Why is Britain, working against the actualization and restoration of the Biafra nation?

“MASSOB wishes to warn the Nigerian government of the consequence of spending millions of pounds to British diplomatic lobbies in order to frustrate the emergence of Biafra. Nobody can stop Biafra because God, history and humanity are on our side, Biafra revolution is indestructible.”

NASU, SSANU, NAAT ongoing strike: What students stand to suffer Read more at:

By Dayo Adesulu

It is yet to dawn on students and parents what they stand to suffer as the strike embarked upon by the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU), Non- Academic Staff Union of Universities and Associated  Institutions (NASU) and  National Association of Academic Technologists (NAAT)enters its fourth day today. Many stakeholders believe that the only industrial action that attracts urgent attention of the government is the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), forgetting that ASUU, NASU, SANU and NAAT work in tandem to keep both academic and non- academic activities alive on campus.

Thus in the past few days, academic activities have been placed on hold in many federal and state universities across the country.


This was just as the ongoing UTME screening in many universities have been suspended indefinitely. For example, owing to the industrial action, the University of Lagos, UNILAG, was on Tuesday forced to suspend its admission screening exercise that started on Monday.  UNILAG’s authorities also admitted that it suspended academic activities due to disruption of normal academic and administrative activities by the on-going industrial action. Speaking with Vanguard in this regards, the General Secretary, NASU and the Deputy President, NLC, Prince Peters Adeyemi agreed that all the unions on campus work together, adding that one union’s services complement the other. He explained that though ASUU is not on strike, the effect of the strike by the non-academic staff will definitely affect others on campus including lecturing, as students will be left with the option of going home if their non- academic needs are not met. Adeyemi who vowed that the ongoing strike that has paralysed academic and non- academic activities for four days, will continue indefinitely until the Federal Government accedes to their demands. He said the unions proceeded on strike when it was clear that the Federal Government has refused to honour the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) it willingly signed with them. Trouble started when the non- teaching staff unions in the universities under the umbrella of Joint Action Committee, JAC, had on Friday last week rejected the sum of N4.6 billion given to them from the N23 billion the Federal Government recently released to the four unions in the universities. The three unions under JAC comprising SSANU,  NASU and NAAT, described the N4.6 billion allocated to them as pittance and have directed all their members nationwide to resume strike on Monday. Meanwhile, the three unions resumed indefinite strike since Monday, as the Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, and  the Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige who mediated between government and the unions during the strike period appeared to be mum without commenting on the letters to them on the contentious sharing formula. Chairman of JAC and National President of SSANU, Comrade Samson Chijioke Ugwoke said that the allocation as presently done, is laced with motive of destabilizing the university system and causing disaffection among members of the university community. He said: “We make bold to say that the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Education, Architect Sonny Echono is complicit in this regard. “We see the recent development as a deliberate attempt to destabilize the Muhammadu Buhari administration and we call on the Federal Government to investigate this anomalous action by the Federal Ministry of Education, under Echono’s watch. “If not, why did the Federal Ministry of Education decide to calculate the payments for each university and union in the university? Why didn’t they go through the governing councils of the universities in allocating the monies instead of a vague and blanket directive to vice-chancellors, sharing the money into two parts – teaching and non- teaching? We see corruption written in bold and capital letters and we demand for an investigation.” Comrade Ugwoke explained that there was an understanding reached between the unions and the Federal Government during the conciliatory meeting that N23 billion earmarked from Earned Allowances was for the payment of the second tranche of arrears of Earned Allowances for both teaching and non-teaching staff in the university system. He said: “As people of honour and considering that a document was signed to that effect, we had no reason to doubt the authenticity of their written commitment. “Unfortunately, however, events have proven that we over-assumed the sense of honour of these government officials, particularly, Architect Sonny Echono, the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Education, as the outcome proved contrary to the understanding that was reached with the government through them. “To our consternation and utter dismay, the N23 billion has clearly been shown to be a payment for the Academic Staff Union of Universities for their so called ‘Earned Academic Allowances,’   while the three non-teaching staff unions were allocated a paltry N4.6 billion (11%). “On sighting the allocation table, the obvious anomaly and lopsidedness was observed and a demand for explanation or justification of how the allocations came about was made via a letter to the Honourable Minister of Education dated 14th November, 2017. “In the letter,   we drew the attention of the Honourable Minister to the disproportionate and skewed allocation of the Earned Allowances and demanded explanation. We went further to immediately reject the allocations as made, except we got a convincing and satisfactory explanation and justification for what we consider to be an irrational and subjective ‘sharing of booty. “It is indeed sad and heart- rending to inform you that over two weeks after the said letter was delivered, there was not so much of an acknowledgement, not to talk of appropriate action to address the issues raised in the letter. “The allocation as presently done,   has many fundamental flaws.   Firstly, it is unheard of, that allocations from the Federal Government to institutions would be split from the Ministry, according to unions and universities. The standard procedure has been to send funds to universities and not unions within the universities. Extremely strange! “If the monies are indeed earned, how did the Federal Ministry of Education arrive at the calculation of what accrues to each university without input of the Bursary Department of the universities?’’

Kiss Daniel is next to Wizkid in the Nigerian Music Industry- Alex Ozone


Nigerian music is seen as the headquarters of African music, and it has come of age. Artistes from this clime have given the world the best quality of music. From the last decade till now, a new generation of artistes have been shaping the pop culture and giving Nigeria a new brand of music which has put Nigeria on the list of countries doing pretty well in music.

One of the foremost companies in the business of exporting the best of Nigerian hip-hop artistes to the world is 03 Media, a premium brand at the helm of showcasing Nigerian music to the world. Recently, 03 Media, a music promotion and event organizing firm has packaged rising hip hop star, Kiss Daniel to a tour of Europe. The tour took Kiss Daniel to Amsterdam and 13 other cities across Europe and it was a huge success as he shut down the concert with his music, proving that “he’s the next big thing to happen to Nigerian music perhaps after Wizkid”. Kiss Daniel and his team packaged by the premium company, 03 Media, were also hosted on ‘The Nkechi Late Night Show’ on HiRadio in the Netherlands too.

Until now, 03 Media, founded by the ace show promoter, Alex Ozone, had packaged successful tours in Europe and beyond for a number of Nigerian artistes like Terry G, Chuddy K, YQ, Jaywon, Oritsefemi, Skales, Tekno and Patoranking, showcasing their music beyond the African continent. Speaking about his business of promoting Nigerian music across borders, CEO of 03 Media, Alex Ozone says “The firm is not resting on its oars, but will continue to do more to showcase Nigerian and African artistes to the outside world via music tours, mega concerts and shows that will give their numerous fans great music and live performances.” According to Alex, the Nigerian music industry must be ready for what 03Media is coming up with because they are committed to making the exportation of Nigerian music a spectacle.

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