When Burna Boy’s 13-track ‘Outside’ album hit the number three spot on Billboard Reggae Album Chart within a week of its release, it became obvious that he was one Nigerian artiste who would top charts in 2018. Afterward, impressive collaborations, features and more hits in ‘Gbona’ and ‘On The Low’ continued to put him more on the front burners of the Nigerian music scene. Take it or not, 2018 was definitely the best of years for the Don Gorgon, as he fondly calls himself.
Nigerian man tired of waiting, stripped at the Big Brother Naija audition which took off in several key cities in Nigeria today. The sweaty Nigerian man who got tired of waiting to be let in, stripped at Big Brother Naija audition as he held on the offence.
Chi is Nigeria’s largest juice maker, known for its Chivita and Hollandia juice, dairy and yoghurt drinks. Peter Njonjo, president of Coca-Cola’s West Africa business, confirmed the acquisition deal to Reuters Coca-Cola is considering consumer's pocket According to Njonjo, the company is focusing on smaller bottles and cans which is another way the company is trying to woo cash-strapped consumers in Nigeria, which emerged from its first recession in 25 years in 2017 but continues to suffer from sluggish growth and high inflation.
Defensive trio Antonio Valencia, Marcos Rojo and Matteo Darmian will all reportedly leave Manchester United at the end of the season. January proved to be a quiet month for United in the transfer market, although Marouane Fellaini left the Red Devils in the latter stages of the window for the Chinese Super League. Valencia – out of contract this summer – was linked with moves to both Fulham and Newcastle United, but reportedly turned down the chance to leave.
The Federal Government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities have again failed to reach a compromise to end the ongoing strike by the university lecturers. Senator Chris Ngige , Minister of Labour and Employment while addressing newsmen after a closed -door meeting with the union on Friday in Abuja said the meeting was protracted. He said , “ The meeting was protracted, but the good news is that we have gotten to the end of the tunnel.
The festival is scheduled to commence on June 28 with performances from a 33 year-old French rapper Gandhi Djuna, 25 year-old American born singer Rodriquez Broadnax a.k.a Jacquees and Ellen. Nigeria’s Davido, Migos, Lil Pump, Niska, Boef, Saweetie, Eno and Sevn Alias would perform on June 29. Artist to perform on June 30 include, 27-year old York born Belcalis Almanzar a.k.a. Cardi B, the group Migos, and Atalanta born Nayvadius Cash a.k.a. Future, Others are Robert Rihmeek Williams a.k.a. Meek Mill, Niska, Lil Pump and many more.
@Yslaplace said, “Traffic and people are fainting already in Lagos. Abuja looks like a revival service: a whole dual lane road blocked.” @obidiananthony tweeted, “The crowd for bbnaija is crazy. Abuja multichoice office audition venue as at 7am on d first day of audition.” @Susan_damsel said, “Abuja is no go area ooo, kudos to Asuu strike, more than 2000 people and I am sure its only 500 they want to audition, I give up.”
At a media briefing in Abuja, Ikenga Ugochinyere, spokesman of CUPP, noted that there were several instances where the President had shown that he was not medically fit for office. According to Ugochinyere, the suit was part of efforts to save the country from "imminent disaster". CUPP is also seeking an an order for Buhari to make his medical report available to the public.