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At Last, Naira Marley Regains Freedom From Ikoyi Prison

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Music artiste, Naira Marley, has eventually been set free. The artiste was released 14 days after he was granted N2m bail.

Recall that Justice Nicholas Oweibo of the Federal High Court, Lagos had granted the singer bail, but he wasn’t set free sparking speculations that he couldn’t meet his bail condition and had been returned to Ikoyi Prison.

In a video that surfaced online, he was seen in the company of his mother and some other members of his crew hugging and shaking hands.

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Recall that the singer was arrest on his birthday by operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) following allegations of cyber fraud.

He is facing an 11 counts charge bordering on cybercrime for allegedly conniving with one Yad Isril (at large) to use Access card issued to other persons in a bid to obtain gain, an offence contrary to Section 27(1) (b) of the Cybercrime Prohibition, Prevention Act 2015.

He is expected back in court on October 22, 23 and 24.

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Tony Oriade, EFCC media Officer couldn’t confirm the fact that the singer had regained freedom, according to him, he was in the care of prison authorities.

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Afro Beat Party Holds In Honour Of Fela

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Fans of Afrobeat legend, Fela Anikulapo, were recently thrilled to an exclusive party.

Sponsored by Regal Dry Gin, a product of Grand Oak Limited, the annual party tagged ‘Afro Beat Party’ held at The New Afrika Shrine in Lagos.

Organised in honour of the Afrobeat legend, events from this edition overshadowed that of the previous year, as consumers were treated to nights of musical variety and African-inspired cocktails from mixologists at the Regal bar.

Speaking on the success of the Regal Afro Beat party, General Marketing Manager, Grand Oak, Mridul Sharma said “Fela was a phenomenon and his influence on the music scene could not be overstated as he birthed new genres of music and captivated many hearts locally and internationally, which is why he should be celebrated, especially with such a platform like the Afro Beat Party that allows people to enjoy musical acts driven by his influence.”

Asides the thrilling musical performances and African-inspired cocktails, Regal also rewarded loyal consumers at the event with gift prizes ranging from smartphones, TV sets, and lots more.

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Tope Alabi Headlines Night Of Divine Experience

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Gospel singer, Tope Alabi, was the headlining artiste for the event ‘Night Of Divine Experience.’

The crusade which held recently at the New Seraph Prayer City, Kilometre 60 Lagos/Ibadan Expressway by Sapade Overhead Bridge, Ogun State was a beehive of activities as it witnessed undiluted word of God, prayers, deliverance, breakthrough, and revival.

Themed ‘Manifestation Of His New Glory,’ it witnessed attendance from far and wide with guests coming in from abroad to affirm the place of the New Seraph initiative.

Convened by Oluwaseyi Yomi Sholoye, the convener of New SERAPH, the event also had in attendance notable ministers such as Funmi Arojah Owolabi (JP), Evangelist Lekan Remilekun Amos, Lady Evangelist Atinuke Obanla, Bishop Elija Adepoju, and others.

Explaining the place of the New SERAPH, Sholoye said: “Our commission as a body of Christ is to evangelise and tell the world more about the gospel of Christ Jesus.”

Explaining the idea behind the New Seraph further, Sholoye said “I strongly believe that the C&S Church of today should be well-grounded in the word of God. I repeat, major things that should be topmost in our heart should be the efficacy of prayers and the good teaching of the words of God.”

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DJ Arafat: Davido, Yemi Alade, J Martins Mourn Singer

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Nigerian musicians, Davido, Yemi Alade, and J Martins are mourning the death of Ivorian singer, DJ Arafat.

The trio are some of the artistes who collaborated with DJ Arafat before his death.

Yemi Alade featured DJ Arafat in her song titled ‘Do As I Do,’ while Davido collaborated with the late artiste in the single ‘Naughty.’

On his part, J Martins featured DJ Arafat in his hit single ‘Touching Body.’

The popular musician passed away on Sunday, August 11, after he was involved in a motorbike accident that left him with a crushed skull.

DJ Arafat, who was also known as Ange Didier Huon was born on January 26, 1986. He was famed for making music of the Coupe-Decale genre and had a lot of followership in francophone countries.

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