Oritse Femi – “Parmanent” (Prod. By Sammy Tex)

Oritse Femi comes through with a fresh sound to kick off the year after the release of “Make Am” video. The new single is titled “Parmanent” and the MSN Gang leader sings his whole heart to God. On “Parmanent” Oritse Femi prays to God to make our blessings permanent this year because we work daily to survive in the country. The production credit of this deep record goes to Sammy Tex, Mixed and Mastered by Dabeat. Download

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‘Everyone Knows The Penalty For Drugs Is Death’ — Saudi Arabia Defends Execution

The Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Nigeria has insisted that all legal and judicial procedures were observed before the execution of a Nigerian woman over alleged drug-related offences. On Tuesday, the Nigerian Government, through, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Diaspora, had condemned the execution of Kudirat Afolabi, a Nigerian widow and mother of two. Dabiri had described the execution as “pathetic, sad and tragic”, stressing that some airlines had been working with drug syndicates to put such drugs in the bags of unsuspecting passengers.…

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Daddy Freeze Reacts To Allegations He Charges 100K To Play Artiste’s Music

Recently, the Nigerian OAP, Daddy Freeze was accused of charging N100K for the playing an artiste song for promotion and he came out to reply to this claim, see what he wrote… “Earlier this week I put up a post showing that I paid N150 of my hard earned money to buy @iamkizzdaniel song Fvck you. – Not only did I buy the song, it’s also on constant rotation, do you know why? Because the song is awesome. This clearly show that I don’t need anyone’s money to play their…

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8 Nigerians Executed In Saudi Arabia, 20 Others On Death Row Over Drug Offences

Abike Dabiri, chairman of the National Diaspora Commission has said that eight Nigerians have been executed by the Saudi Arabian government over drug-related offences. Daily Trust reports that Dabiri revealed this on Tuesday, April 2 at the State House while also speaking about the execution of a Nigerian woman in the same country for drug trafficking. Dabiri lamented the execution of the Nigerian woman which took place on Monday, April 1. She also revealed that 20 other Nigerians were on death row in Saudi Arabia awaiting execution over drug offence.…

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Killers Of Kolade Johnson Will Not Go Unpunished —buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has promised to “deal with” issues that involve breach of human rights. In a tweet sighted by MandyNews.com, He wrote: “Let me make it clear that the Government will not tolerate in any way the brutalization of Nigerians or the violation of their rights. Any law enforcement officer or government functionary caught in this act will be visited with the full weight of the law. The recent unfortunate action of SARS operatives from the Lagos State Police Command, which led to the avoidable death of Mr. Kolade…

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