Sunday, 23 June 2019

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Song title: BY HIS GRACE


Available for pre-order on iTunes.

Daniel Achibong, popularly known as Don Daniel is a dynamic, contemporary gospel musician. He is a native of Akwa ibom state, Nigeria. He was born into a family of seven, in which he is the second born. He is an undergraduate of lead city university, Ibadan, Nigeria. Studying performing arts and culture.
Don Daniel is a songwriter, a composer, a music director, an excellent instrumentalist, an amazing music producer and a wonderful sound engineer. The young talented Don Daniel is the founder of "DDA RECORDS" he started singing hip-hop in 2004, and in 2007, he got born again in Christ Embassy Church, Ibadan, where he began his journey as a Gospel artist. He released his first single "Hold on" in 2009 and in 2015 he dropped his first EP title; Flying High, during his musical concert "Free to worship" then in 2016 he released another EP title; Amin (Amen).

He has written so many songs and ministered in different programs and events; Don Daniel is the host of (FTWC) free to worship concert, which he started in the year 2015, in the city of Ibadan, Nigeria. With the intention of taking it to other cities in the world. Don Daniel is constantly impacting lives through his songs with personal programs, programs and events organised by churches, groups, organisations, individuals etc. Don Daniel is the CEO of the fast rising record label " DDA RECORDS " As for him, music is an art of expression not impression, it is  beyond the song.

According to him, gospel music is a channel and an opportunity to carry out spiritual act. This is his a single "By His Grace" from the EP titled BY HIS GRACE. Enjoy.

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Thursday, 20 June 2019

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Wadup my glorious people of Ibadan is getting hot as the program in moving closer
5days to the most anticipate program in the city of ibadan....

just ask people around you maybe they have get their own ticket because is going to be awesome that imagination
Come and get your self inspired with slim and uplat in and unlimited experience

#iamuplat #inspiration #iamslim #comedy show #ayefelehall #June23 #ibadanwillshake

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{EVENT} The Ecounter with Godswill Rowland

Don’t Miss The Ecounter with Godswill Rowland...
See fliers for more details!!

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Monday, 17 June 2019

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{New Music} Sesan Oyesiji - I See Jesus

New Gospel Sound “ I See Jesus” by Music Minister , Sesan Oyesiji

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Wednesday, 12 June 2019

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France 2019: Super Falcons Pip Korea Rep 2-0, Revive Hopes Of Advancing From Group A

Nigeria’s Super Falcons secured their first win at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France edging out Korea Republic 2-0 in their second Group A clash at the Stade des Alpes, Grenoble on Wednesday afternoon, reports 

An own goal scored by Lee Geum-Min in the 29th minute and a second half and Asisat Oshoala’s great goal gave the African champions the maximum points in the encounter.

Head coach of the side, Thomas Dennerby made three changes to the side that lost 3-0 to Norway last Saturday with Chiamaka Nnadozie, Chinaza Uchendu and Chidinma Okeke replacing Tochukwu Oluehi, Halimatu Ayinde and Faith Micheal in the starting line-Up.

The Koreans, looking to make amend following a 4-0 thrashing by hosts France in their first game, started the game strongly but found the Falcons defence difficult to break down.

The Asians came close to scoring the curtain raiser through Lee in the 18th minute but Nnadozie produced a fine save to deny them.

Nigeria found the break through a minute before the hour mark when Kim Do-Yeon put the ball into her own net.

Rita Chikwelu played in a long ball from midfield and Kim, in an attempt to clear it, mistakenly sent it into her own net.

The Super Falcons maintained the advantage for the remaining part of the first half despite relentless pressure from the Koreans.

The pattern of the game continued after the break with the Nigerian Ladies defending deep amidst relentless attack from their opponent.

Oshoala however made the three points safe for Nigeria when she netted second goal 15 minutes from time.

Okeke dribbled past a South Korean player around the centre circle and played a beautiful pass to Oshoala who fended off her marker and slotted the ball home after also going past the Korean goalkeeper.

Despite a late flurry of attack from South Korea, the African champions stood firm with Nnadozie making a number of vital saves to deny the Asians.

The West Africans will face France in their final group game next week Monday.

By Adeboye Amosu

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The Most Anticipated Comedy and fashion show in Ibadan!!



TIME: 2pm Red carpet.
Come with your family, let's catch some fun

Please Share 🙏🙏🙏
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Another suspected kidnapper nabbed in Ondo after failed attempt to abduct monarch

Barely two days after a woman and her step-son were kidnapped by suspected herdsmen in Osi community area of Akure North Local Government, Ondo state, the monarch of the town has escaped being kidnapped by the whiskers.

The traditional ruler, Iresi of Osi, Oba David Olajide on Tuesday was waylaid with the same technique used on Sunday when Mrs Olawumi Adeleye and his step-son, Destiny Paul were kidnapped.

Recall that on Sunday, the monarch had raised the alarm about abduction of the victims, who were on their way from church in Akure, the state capital, when suspected herdsmen blocked the road with cattle which forced the vehicle they were driving in to a halt.

It was gathered that the suspected Fulani herdsmen in the failed kidnap attempt had launched the dreaded attack on the monarch along the Akure-Owo highway on his way to his community, Osi, which is less than two kilometres from the Akure airport.

Oba Olajide was said to have confronted the daredevils which aided his escape from the scene.

Narrating the incident, the monarch disclosed that he was on his way to his community from the headquarters of the Nigeria Police in the state following the release of Sunday’s kidnap victims (Mrs Olawumi and step-son, Destiny) by their abductors.

According to the monarch, “after the release of the woman, I took her and her son to the police headquarters to hand them over to the police, so on my way coming back home, the herdsmen blocked the road with their cows, the same way they kidnapped the woman and her son on Sunday when they were returning from church.”

“As I got to the place, I slowed down my car and I saw them coming to attack me but I managed to escape, they hit and damaged my car but through the grace of God I escaped.”

Meanwhile, he revealed that one of the suspected kidnapper was apprehended moments after the kidnap attempt, adding that he has been handed over to the police.

Confirming the incident, the state Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO Femi Joseph, stated that the suspect is currently in the police custody.

He added that the police dragnet has been launched towards apprehending other members of the gang.

“We have the suspect with us, we are already making efforts to arrest the fleeing members of the gang and investigation has also commenced,” the PPRO stated.

On Tuesday, reported had it on how men of the Nigeria Army, 32 Artillery Brigade of the Owena Cantonment, In Ondo State, apprehended a suspected member of a kidnap syndicate in the state, identified as Victor John,

He was caught with military camouflage, which he was said to be using to terrorise and as well kidnap residents of the state for ransom.

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Why June 12 is more important than May 29

 Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, the national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), in his evaluation of Nigeria’s democratic history, has said that June 12, not May 29, captures the nation's evolution in the struggle for freedom. 

This position by Tinubu is contained in a statement he signed to commemorate the June 12 celebration titled, June 12: The truth that sets democracy free in our land. He maintained that May 29 only stands for Nigeria's transition from military to democratic rule in 1999, adding that the date does not reflect the woes the country suffered even before 1993 as a result of dictatorship, PM News reports. 
A letter from our Editor-in-Chief Bayo Olupohunda Tinubu said: “Without those who stoutly stood on June 12 and sacrificed life, limb, freedom, economic ruin, psychological devastation and more in the battle against tyranny, there would most certainly not have been any May 29, 1999, handover to commemorate,” he said. “June 12 must serve as a continual reminder to Nigerians on the imperative of pursuing the cause of justice in all spheres of our lives at all times as a necessary condition for peace, prosperity and progress. 

“As we kick off from today the annual celebration of June 12 as Nigeria’s Democracy Day, let us renew our commitment to utilizing democracy as a vehicle for eliminating poverty in our land as well as providing prosperity and life more abundant for the teeming millions of our people. “It was indeed his deep aversion to poverty and the avoidable suffering of the majority of our people that compelled Chief MKO Abiola to contest Nigeria’s presidency and thus his campaign slogan was ‘Farewell to Poverty.” Meanwhile, Nobel Laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka, had described the celebration of June 12 as Nigeria's Democracy day as a well-needed closure for himself and others involved in the struggle to actualize the 1993 mandate. Soyinka in a statement on Tuesday titled, “Democracy Day Primer (1),” kicked against people attempting to reduce the June 12 struggle to an ethnic project. 

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Tuesday, 11 June 2019

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Tasty Smoked Fish

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We invite you to celebrate with us as we commemorate 5years of Extraordinary Change.
 It's been an awesome ride filled with many twists, turns and pleasant surprises. We are humbled and grateful to God for who we are, what we are and where we are. Please join us on any of these dates as we give the glory back to God!

Don't miss out on any of the days.......

Thursday 13th - BLUE OCEANS (Urban Worship) by 5pm

Saturday 15th - TIMEOUT by 8am

Sunday 16th - PROJECT CHANGE (Joint Service). by 9am

Venue: Exchange Church, Samonda, Ibadan, Nigeria

Hosts : Pastor Femi & Pastor Damilola Otolorin 

#worship #Exchange #Blueoceans #changemakers #Extraordinary #revolution #blue_oceans
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Friday, 7 June 2019

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Breaking: Eden Hazard finally completes dream move to Real Madrid from Chelsea

Eden Hazard joins Real Madrid from Chelsea in a five year deal 
- The Belgian cost Los Blancos about £130m and will be unveiled to fans on June 13 
- Hazard recently led the Blues to Europa League triumph over Arsenal Real Madrid have completed the signing of Chelsea superstar Eden Hazard in a five year deal valued around £130 million. 

The Belgian is expected to undergo medicals at the Spanish club next week after which he will be presented to the fans on June 13. 

According to SunSport, the two clubs agreed on a deal for the player with the initial negotiation pegged at £88.5 million. The publication further revealed that the 28-year-old will wear the iconic number seven shirt next season and has been tipped as replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo. 

Hazard spent seven years at the Stamford Bridge scoring 110 goals in 352 games in all competitions. He was also instrumental to the Blues Europa League triumph over Arsenal last week having scored twice in the encounter. After sealing his move away from the London club, Hazard said that: "Leaving Chelsea is the biggest and toughest decision in my career to date," He further stated on Facebook: "I hope you understand I had to pursue my next chapter, just as each and every one of you should when you have the chance to pursue your dreams. "Now it's in the open I would like to put on record one thing was always clear to me, I have loved every moment at Chelsea and not once did I ever consider, nor would I have left for any other club." Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia said: "The memories he leaves us with will not fade. "He provided all who watched Chelsea play with great entertainment and many match-winning contributions, and for that we thank Eden enormously. "He has been a model professional throughout his time at the club, a wonderful individual to have around and a joy to work with." 

In seven seasons at Chelsea, Hazard, whose Blues contract was due to expire in a year, won the Premier League and Europa League twice, the FA Cup and League Cup. He was also named Chelsea's Player of the Year on four occasions. "Although it is with sadness we say goodbye to Eden and we made it absolutely clear to him the club wished him to stay, we respect the decision he has made to take on a new challenge in a different country and follow his childhood dream of playing for Real Madrid," Granovskaia added. 
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AIT is back on Air

AIT back on air after court nullifies NBC’s suspension 

by  Aanu Adegun 

On of Nigeria's leading television medium in Nigeria, African Independent Television (AIT) is back on air 24 hours after the National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) suspended its licence over alleged violation of the regulatory body’s rule. Recall that the director-general of NBC, Kawu Modibo, had said that the decision to suspend AIT was based on the violation of the broadcasting code of the station. 

Others include failure of the broadcasting station to pay its licence fees as and when due backed by the provisions of paragraph 10 of the third schedule of the NBC Act. Meanwhile, reported that a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja ordered the reopening of African Independent Television (AIT) and Ray Power FM. In the ruling, Justice Ekwo Inyang ordered the parties to maintain status quo as the situation was as at Friday, May 31 when the processes were filed. 

A letter from our Editor-in-Chief Bayo Olupohunda Justice Ekwo asked the parties to appear before the court on Thursday, June 13 to show cause why the motion on notice challenging the action of the regulatory agency should not be granted. 

Source: Legit Nigeria 
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Everton Star Ademola Lookman returns to Nigeria

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Everton Star Ademola Lookman returns to Nigeria
English born Ademola Lookman is currently in Nigeria for vacation after he was overlooked for the England squad for U-21 European Championship.
Ademola Lookman arrived Lagos for vacation a few days ago and shared pictures of himself and some fans on his social media handle.
The former Charlton Athletic forward was born to Nigerian parents in England and stars in the Charlton Athletic’s Academy before joining Goodison Park in 2017.

He’s still eligible to represent Nigeria at international level despite featuring for his country of birth England at the U19, U20, and U21 level.

Ademola Lookmon has also been linked with a move away from Everton this summer due to lack of enough playing time since joining the Toffees.
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Monday, 3 June 2019

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Kingsley ODANIKE is a music minister, songwriter,composer, and a praise leader.
He just released his new single "MOJÚBÀ" which is also one of the track in HIS NEW ALBUM titled MOJÚBÀ.

                                            MOJÚBÀ Lyrics

 To Him who sits on the throne To Him the Elders cast their crowns To Him the angels cries holy day and night MOJÚBÀ, mo wo le fun o MOJÚBÀ, Mo wo le fun o/2×

 lead: MOJÚBÀ, I worship YOU
resp: MOJÚBÀ, mo wo le fun o./2x

From your throne,comesforth a lightning, From your throne comesforth a thunder./2x
Surrounded with FIRE surrounded with POWER Surrounded with MERCY and GRACE You're awesome in Majesty Unending supremacy I join the heavens to reverence your name..../2x

 MOJUBA, mo wo le fun oo ....../8x

(Composed by Kingsley Odanike)

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