CHECK OUT THE PRESS RELEASE HMM AFTER ALL THE DRAMA!!
Tameka “Tiny” Harris, Grammy Winning Music and reality star and wife of hit making Hip Hop star TI, is making her return to music with the release of a new song and video, “What You Gon Do?” The release of the single and video on her Pretty Hustle label will strike a cord with the millions of fans who have followed her controversies in the media in recent months.
What You Gon Do? is a women’s anthem which draws distinct emotions of women today. The song describes a woman who is struggling in a relationship. In the end she begs the question, WTFYGD? Harris wanted to release a song that is completely relatable to fans who have come to know her through her music and reality shows.
NOW watch the video! LOVE IT OR HATE IT?

TI'S WIFE TINY What the F*ck You Gone Do? MUSIC VIDEO! HMMM!! AYAKATA!

Recently in Ondo State, King Sunny Ade's beautiful daughter got married to her handsome groom. Check out the pictures below! Love love the traditional dancers and her necklace can you say a true naijagal?
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KING SUNNY ADE : DAUGHTER STUNNING BRIDAL STYLE!

Based on this photograph posted by Beyonce on instagram with JAY AND BEY holding onto BLUE IVY's hand we can very well say they are doing alright and no marriage problems
Thank you very much people!!


"We're Totally OK," Says Beyoncé via New Blue Ivy Photo

iwa Savage sparked controversy after releasing a raunchy music video for her new track ‘Wanted’.

The Eminado hitmaker turns up the heat in the music video, by London-based director Moe Musa, and can be seen twerking and dancing seductively while caressing her body.

The 34 year-old married star has been called all sorts of names after she released the racy video.

But when she was named female artist of the year at Saturday’s MTV Africa Music Awards, in South Africa, she made a point of bringing out the one person who has supported her even when the video for Wanted (and Love Me, Love Me) attracted the disapproval of TV broadcasters and parents – her husband, Tunji Balogun.
Tiwa Savage Explains Why She Got Raunchy in Wanted Video


Speaking to The Times about the backlash against her and why she decided to go semi-nude, she said:

“[Being sexual] is something we’re comfortable with behind closed doors but very uncomfortable with in public. But, fortunately, as artists we have the platform to do things that a lot of people might not be able to do. I felt like I was at a stage in my life at which I was very comfortable in my skin.

“I’d worked on my body and I wanted to do a video that was pushing the envelope – that would have people talking and open up a conversation.”

Savage said her video was clearly rated for people over 18.

“I feel that while being a role model I also need to explore my life as a woman and target the adult market

“There are a lot of people who love the video and are inspired. You learn you can’t please everyone, so you do what feels right at the time.”

She said she wasn’t surprised that some broadcasters had censored the video.

“A lot of times you look at an artist and you think what they do on stage is their lifestyle, but just because we portray a certain thing on stage doesn’t mean when we get off the stage we sleep with every guy we see,” she said.

“It’s just a persona. I don’t think anyone can look at my life and see any scandal.

“That’s what parents should be teaching their children. Whether Tiwa Savage does it or not, they will have access to certain things that are bad, so we need to teach them how to decide between good and bad.”

Savage was recently the subject of an open letter by a Nigerian housewife, who advised her “not to give in to the pressure of the ‘sex sells’ attitude in the music industry”, and not to “add to the factors contributing to societal decadence”, and even “I didn’t want to say this, but a husband who truly loves you is supposed to protect his wares and not make you do whatever to stay in 

“I’d worked on my body and I wanted to do a video that was pushing the envelope" tiwa savage wants you to know the real reason behind her over 18 video!!


Jermaine is definitely enjoying all the attention he is receiving.  Talk about the royal treatment. Or whether we see behind the picture below? The king of rock 'n roll Elvis Pressley and the King of Pop Michael Jackson. I say after this picture calls for a little bit of bossa nova what do you think?


AWW HOW SWEET OKAY LETS GO BOSSANOVA MY FAVORITE ELVIS SONG! ENJOY!!


IN OTHER NEWS JERMAINE JACKSOM STILL AT PSQUARE VILLA IN LAGOS WITH ELVIS PRESLEY AND MICHAEL JACKSON WATCHING!!!


Look who made the future awards list. Davido, Mark Essien. Sarkodie, what with categories in entertainment and technology which is one of the areas we are really looking into, this is definitely going to be an awesome year for the future awards Africa. Could I just say this I'm a little biased, I am rooting for hotels.ng. But you know what is interesting?

Kenya has a lot of nominations in the technology sector. 

Check out the full list below
The Future Africa Awards Prize in Advocacy & Activism
1. Kennedy Odede, 29
Shining Hope for Communities, Kenya
2. Ola Ojewumi, 23
Sacred Hearts children’s transplant foundation and Project ASCEND, Nigeria
3. Boniface Mwangi, 29
Pawa 254 initiative, Kenya
4. Abdikadir Aden Hassan, 26
Founding member of Garissa Youth Environment Movement, Kenya
5. David Akpan, 28
UCARE Foundation Nigeria
The Future Africa Awards Prize in Agriculture
1. Eric Muthomi, 27
Stawi Foods, Kenya
2. Nomzamo Khoza, 27
Farmer, South Africa
3. Olawale Isiah Ojo, 25
Agropreneur, Nigeria
4. Charles Nichols and Samir Ibrahim; 24, 24
SunCulture, Kenya
5. Nasir Yammama, 24
Farmer, Nigeria
The Tony O. Elumelu Prize in Business
1. Zakaria Hersi, 25
StartUpSomalia.com & 4Weeks4Life, Somalia
2. Eseoghene Odiete, 24
Hesey Designs, Nigeria
3. Andrew Mupuya, 21
Youth Entrepreneurial Link Investments, Uganda
4. Ally Edha Awadh, 31
Lake Oil Group, Tanzania
5. Ashley Uys, 30
Medical Diagnostech and OculusID, South Africa
The Future Africa Awards Prize in Community Action
1. Jake Okechukwu, 26
Sickle Cell Aid Foundation, Nigeria
2. Emmanuel Olisaeloka Osemeka, 30
Social Welfare Network Initiative, Nigeria
3. Tricia Michaels, 28
Stay In School Initiative, Nigeria
4. Nixon Ochater, 23
Amani Initiative, Uganda
5. David Akpan, 28
UCARE Foundation, Nigeria
The Future Africa Awards Prize in Education
1. Best Aiyorworth, 22
Founder Girls’ Power Micro Lending Organization, Uganda
2. Regina Agyare, 30
Soronko Solutions, Ghana
3. Ogunlana Olumide and Obanor Chukwuwezam; 22, 23
Prepclass.com.ng, Nigeria
4. Philip Obaji Jr., 28
1 GAME Campaign, Nigeria
5. Adeniyi Oluokun, 28
AccessDrive, Nigeria
The Future Africa Awards Prize in Public Service
1. Okwuone Nkechi, 25
Edo State Government, Nigeria
2. Guillermina-Mekuy Mba Obono, 32
Department of Culture and Tourism, Equatorial Guinea
3. Ahmed Salihijo, 30
Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission, Nigeria
4. Lukman Jaji, 29
African Union Institute for Education Information Management System, Nigeria
5. Peterson Opio, 28
Australian Aboriginal Development Cooperation, Uganda
The Future Africa Awards Prize in Technology
1. Lorna Rutto, 28
EcoPost, Kenya
2. Jamilia AbassLinda KwambokaSusan Oguya, – 30, 26, 26
M-Farm, Kenya
3. Anne Amuzu, 29
Nandimobile Company, Ghana
4. Mark Essien, 31
Hotels.ng, Nigeria
5. Joshua Okello, 23
WinSenga, Kenya
The Future Africa Awards Prize in Entertainment
1. Panshak Zamani, 27
Musical Artiste, Nigeria
2. Michael Kwesi Owusu (Sarkodie), 28
Musical Artiste, Ghana
3. Nasibu Abdul Juma (Diamond), 24
Musical Act, Tanzania
4. Ivie okujaye, 28
Actress and producer, Nigeria
5. Yaya Toure, 31
Footballer, Ivory Coast

The future awards Africa 2014 nominees Davido tops list, but Kenyansrule in the technology sector!!

we are doing everything humanly possible to get the girls out.
According to punch

Chibok

Ninety-nine days after their children and wards were abducted in a midnight raid on their school, President Goodluck Jonathan, on Tuesday met with parents of the girls abducted from Girls Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State on April 14.

Journalists were barred from covering the meeting which was held inside the Banquet Hall of the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

That was contrary to a statement released last week by the Presidency, saying the parley would be “open to the media for coverage by Nigerian and international press.”

Those who attended the meeting included 51 girls who escaped from their abductors including their principal, parents of escaped girls, parents of the girls still in captivity, opinion and community leaders from Chibok as well as officials of the Borno State Government.

They were conveyed to and from the venue in four red luxury buses belonging to the Abuja Urban Mass Transport Company Limited amidst tight security provided by a combined team of men of the Department of State Security and armed policemen.

The security operatives shielded them from journalists before and after the meeting that lasted about three hours.

The venue wore a somber look with the escaped girls who looked traumatised being the cynosure of all eyes


We can only pray for their safe return

we are doing everything humanly possible to get the girls out. Nigerian president GOODLUCK JOHNATHAN Meets THE CHIBOK GIRLS PARENTS!

Hopefully there will not be any changes to this meeting. President Goodluck Jonathan will meet the parents of the girls abducted from Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State today.  The meeting is  scheduled to be held at the Banquet Hall of the Presidential Villa, Abuja.




FINALLY PRESIDENT JONATHAN TO MEET WITH THE PARENTS OF THE MISSING CHIBOK GIRLS TODAY

NAIJGAL ARUNMA OTEH As the first Nigerian woman in the MBA program at Harvard in 1990, Arunma Oteh was seen as a princess by her classmates. Today, she rules Nigeria’s financial markets.

Check out her impressive bio below

Arunma Oteh became the Director General of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), in January 2010 and was elected Chairman, Africa Middle East Regional Committee (AMERC) of the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) in June 2010. She is a member of the Nigerian Economic Management Team (NEMT) chaired by the President of Nigeria and a Director of the Board of the Asset Management Company of Nigeria. She is also a Board member of the International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) and a member of the World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Agenda Council on Institutional Governance. Prior to joining the SEC she was Executive Vice President, Corporate Services, from 2006 to 2009 and Group Treasurer from 2001 to 2006, at African Development Bank Group (AfDB). She also held other positions in treasury and lending in the course of her career in the Bank which she joined in 1992.
Prior to the African Development Bank, she worked in corporate finance, consulting, teaching and research for a number of institutions including the Harvard Institute for International Development, U.S.A. and Centre Point Investments Limited, Nigeria. She has served on the board of a number of organizations, including the Advisory Board of the Africa Investor, and the International Financing Facility of Immunization (IFFIm). She is the co-editor of the book, ‘African Voices African Visions’.
Ms. Oteh holds a Masters Degree in Business Administration (MBA), from Harvard Business School, Boston, U.S.A. and a First Class Hons. Degree in Computer Science, from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria.
In 2011 and in recognition of her contribution to economic development and to transforming the Nigerian capital markets, she was awarded the “Officer of the Order of the Niger (OON)” national honour.  She also received the “Distinction In Public Service” Commonwealth Business Council/African Business Award in 2011 and the Eminent African Business Leader Award from the China Foundation for Global Partnership in 2013 while the SEC received the Africa Investor’s “Most Innovative Capital Markets Regulator” award in 2011 and 2013.

And just in case you have been sitting under a rock and want to know more, here is a video from CNBC Africa!! Impressive


DON'T MESS WITH ME" NAIJAGAL ARUNMA OTEH FIRST WOMAN TO EARN AN MBA FROM HARVARD COVERS FORBES WOMAN!

Mi-35 Russian-made helicopter of the Nigerian Air Force has crashed in Borno State in the afternoon of July 21, 2014, Monday, during an alleged training mission.

 The Defence Headquaters (DHQ) made this information available though a press release by its spokesperson, Maj. Gen. Chris Olukolade. The DHQ informed that the most probable reason of the crash is a technical fault.

The statement named the location of the incident, i.e. South of Bama, however, did not disclose the number of dead or wounded in the result of the catastrophe.

Nigerian Air Force Mi-35 Helicopter Crashes In Borno State

this is so sad


A Long Island, New York, teenager with a history of psychiatric problems killed his 15-year-old brother and brutally beat his mother - a respected physician - into a coma over the weekend, police say. 
Charles Okonkwo Jr., 18, has been charged with assault on his mother, Chinwe Okonkwo, 52, Saturday in Dix Hill, New York, but does not yet face charges on the death of Bradley Okonkwo. 
Mrs Okonkwo, a Brooklyn doctor, has received the Congressional Leadership Award and runs Hope Outreach Foundation, a nonprofit organization that promote public health in Brooklyn and across the world. 
Charles Okonkwo Sr., Mrs Okonkwo's husband, returned home from a hospital stay on Saturday night and found his son Bradley dead in his bedroom. His wife was laying unconscious in a pool of blood next to her car in the garage, Newsday reports. 
Mrs Okonkwo was airlifted to a nearby hospital, where she remains in critical condition. She suffered facial fractures and doctors have had to relieve swelling on her brain.


SAD CHARLES OKONKWO 18 ARRESTED FOR ALLEGEDLY KILLING HIS BROTHER AND BRUTALLY BEATING HIM MOTHER!!

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