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Blackface Comes For 2Baba***Says Your Career Will End In 2019

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The faceoff between former Plantashun Boiz members 2Baba and Blackface is definitely still on.

It started years ago, it saw them going to court in 2018 and now in 2019, it is garthering momentum.

2Baba's children

Blackface shared a cryptic message on social media threatning to end the career of 2face this year.

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In his words, ‘can the WAR officially begin @official2baba? I say it has now officially. Even though you been taking secret shots but you can come out in the open now You know your career is going to end when this is finally over #youareoverwith2019′.

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Lagos Government Refute Claims Of Destroying Fela, Awo’s Statue

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…We Hold Our Heroes In High Regard, Govt Insists

Lagos State Government has described as false, the news making the rounds in some quarters of the social media, claiming that it has destroyed the statues of Nigerian music legend and social crusader, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti and the late politician, Chief Obafemi Awolowo – both erected at the roundabout on Allen Avenue in Ikeja.

Speaking to journalists on Thursday, the State’s Commissioner for Transportation, Dr. Frederic Oladeinde who debunked the social media story said contrary to the malicious claims being spread by ill informed individuals, the statues were removed for the purpose of development.

Oladeinde said the need to carry out Junction improvements in some identified locations necessitated the removal of street furniture, statues of very notable personalities, art works and billboards.

The Commissioner noted that Lagos State Government holds the nation’s heroes in very high esteem and would not do anything to bring down the exalted heights they have attained during their lifetime directly or indirectly.

He said: “the Babajide Sanwo-Olu administration, in a bid to finding a lasting solution to traffic gridlocks in the State, identified about sixty congestion points and have started work to improve traffic experience in five major locations.

Oladeinde said the government duly informed and consulted the Fela Anikulapo-Kuti family before the action was taken, noting that the whole process is for the benefit of Lagos residents.

The Commissioner said the Fela statue will be relocated to the roundabout between Allen Avenue and Opebi-Toyin Street.

“We are in the process of erecting the beautiful work of art, depicting Fela Anikulapo-Kuti at the Opebi-Toyin street junction. The Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture is also working on a befitting location to erect the old Obafemi Awolowo statue,” he said.

 

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How I Became Special Adviser To Ben Ayade-Ubi Franklin

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Made Men Music Group boss, Ubi Franklin, has announced his appointment as Special Adviser on Tourism to Cross River State Governor, Ben Ayade.

Ubi unveiled the appointment on Wednesday, January 15, via social media, adding that he was honoured “to be deemed fit” to serve in the position.

He also said: “More so, I am most delighted to be functioning in the tourism sector, one sector which is dear to my heart and one which I believe I fit into appropriately considering my background in the entertainment industry.

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“I thank God for His grace upon my life. I thank Governor Benedict Ayade for giving me this golden opportunity to serve. I thank my family, friends and well-wishers for all the support and encouragement.

“On behalf of myself and my family, I promise to work diligently and efficiently with all necessary stakeholders in ensuring that Cross River State returns to the summit of the world’s tourism index.”

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Court Strikes Out Car Theft Charge Against Naira Marley

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Marlians can now celebrate, as one of the suits brought against Naira Marley has been dropped.

A Tinubu Magistrates’ Court in Lagos dismissed the car theft charge filed by the police against the singer, his brothers and their cousin.

Chief Magistrate Tajudeen Elias dismissed the charge on Tuesday, January 14, without Naira Marley appearing in court.

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The order followed an out of court settlement agreement between the complainant, Adelekan Ademola, and the four defendants.

Recall that the defence lawyers had earlier hinted that an out-of-court settlement was being considered, adding that the police were not against the peaceful resolution of the matter.

Naira Marley, his two brothers Idris Fashola, 18; and Babatunde Fashola, 24; and their cousin, Kunle Obere, 22, were sued by the police on four counts of conspiracy, stealing, assault and obstructing the police from arresting Marley.

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The singer and his siblings were accused of stealing a Toyota Camry valued at N1.8 million and an iPhone X5 said to be worth N330,000

 

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