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Asa To Headline ‘Spice Lifestyle Honors’

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Soulful singer and songwriter, Asa, has been unveiled as the headline artiste for a first of its kind award show tagged ‘Spice Lifestyle Honors’.

Slated for the prestigious Eko Convention Centre of Eko Hotels, Victoria Island, Lagos, the event, which will hold on Wednesday, December 5, is aimed at celebrating the best in the African fashion and style industry.

Asa will headline the show  with other artistes such as Bez, Adekunle Gold and Falz.

David Tlale (South Africa), Patience Torlowei (Nigeria), Chulaap (South Africa), Osei Duro (Ghana) and Orapeleng (South Africa), Pepper Row, Orizu, Red Button and Boy Martin will also showcase their designs.

 

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Daddy Freeze Take Side With Man Who Asked Wole Soyinka To Leave His Seat

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Daddy Freeze, has jumped on the ongoing reactions to a young man asking Wole Soyinka to vacate his seat on an airplane.

Reacting to the mixed feelings that has greeted  the young man, Daddy Freeze has come out to say that he would have done same only in a respectful manner.

Reacting to the comments that has trailed the incident, Daddy Freeze said: “I would have politely requested Nobel laureate, Wole Soyinka, to vacate my seat on a plane.”

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Recall that Tonye Cole had shared an Instagram post on Monday, June 22 detailing how bad the society had become, adding that young men have lost their respect.

In a post, Daddy Freeze wrote:.

“Dear Tonye Cole, I probably would have politely done the same thing the young man did. Growing up, I was taught never to challenge my elders. In retrospect, I find it difficult to point to what this has earned us as a people? Are we more morally upright, less corrupt, safer, richer and better than nations where children are encouraged to stand up to elders? NO!” he wrote in parts.

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Nigerian Governors’ Forum To Set Up Security Committee

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The Nigerian Governors’ Forum has resolved to set up a security committee at the National Economic Council level.

This resolve was made on Wednesday, June 19 during a meeting in Abuja.

The committee will monitor the increasing security situations across the states of the federation.

Chairman of the NGF, Dr. Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State revealed this much to journalists shortly after the meeting in Abuja.

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According to him,  the  forum also resolved to retain security as a recurring item on its agenda for the foreseeable future.

“The forum resolved to set up a security committee at the National Economic Council level and retain security as a reoccurring item on its agenda for the foreseeable future,” he said.

Further, Fayemi revealed that the decision was made in order to make security issue a going concern that must be harped on in every discussion among the governors with a view to finding lasting solution to the problem of insecurity.

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Present at the meeting were governors of Ekiti, Sokoto,  Lagos, Borno, Kano, Osun, Plateau, Kogi, Kebbi, Ondo, Oyo, Kaduna, Ogun, Niger,  Jigawa, Gombe, Bayelsa, Nasarawa.

Enugu, Katsina, Zamfara and Imo states were represented by their deputies.

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Naira Marley Makes Return To Social Media

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“Am I A Yahoo Boy” singer, Naira Marley, has made his return to social media following his release on Friday, June 14.

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In his first social media post, he shared the photo above and wrote, ‘get money, get high, stay happy, stay alive’.

The post is his first after spending 35-days in jail for fraud related crimes.

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Recall that Naira Marley’s woes started on social media when he tried to justify cyber fraud as the consequences for years of slavery and colonialism.

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