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Download Video:- Apex And Bionic Ft Slimcase – Passmark

Download Video:- Apex And Bionic Ft Slimcase – Passmark

Talented music duo, Apex and Bionic team up with slimcase to release the visual to their street certified jam titled “Passmark“which is currently becoming one of the hottest street anthem of 2021

“Passmark” is a song coming off their recently released “Nobody Holy” album .

Apex and Bionic brought their versatility into play as they compliment Slimcase so well on the song.

After watching the visuals , you will surely give it a “Passmark“. Enjoy!!

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Download Music Mp3:- Fadasark – Dont Listen To Them

Download Music Mp3:- Fadasark – Dont Listen To Them

Fast Rising Artist by the name Fadasark comes in with his new hit titled Don’t Listen to Them, which was promoted by KoroVibes Media.

Fadasark is a core member of the Delta State music group OMG (Official Music Geng) and had dished out previous tracks such as Find you, Pray, and Miss you which featured K west.

Don’t Listen to them is sure to blow your speakers away

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Court Orders Convicted Abeokuta Yahoo Boys To Refund $6100 To Victims

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ibadan Zonal Office on Tuesday March 2, 2021 secured the conviction of four internet fraudsters before Justice Mohammed Abubakar of a Federal High Court sitting in Abeokuta, Ogun State.

The quartet are Olawale Ibrahim Damilare, Goodluck Sambo Olatayo, Mathew Anuoluwapo Awoniyi and Samson Olawale Ayomide.

They pleaded guilty to one-count amended charge of fraudulent Impersonation. The offence is contrary to Section 22 (2) (b) 1 and punishable under Section 22 (2)(b) of Cybercrimes (Prohibition, Prevention, Etc) Act 2015.

In view of their ‘guilty’ plea, the prosecution counsel, Oyelakin Oyediran, reviewed the case and urged the Court to convict the defendants accordingly.

Justice Abubakar convicted and sentenced  Olawale Ibrahim Damilare and Goodluck Sambo Olatayo to three months and four months imprisonment respectively, while Matthew Anuoluwapo Awoniyi and Samson Olawale Ayomide were also convicted and sentenced to seven and eight months respectively.

Justice Abubakar ordered the convicts to refund various sums to their victims: Olawale, $1,500 (One Thousand Five Hundred United States Dollars); Olatayo, $500 (Five Hundred United States Dollars); Awoniyi, $100 USD and Two Hundred and Thirty Two Thousand Naira (N232, 000) and Ayomide, $4,000 (Four Thousand United States Dollars).

Government Supplies Us The AK-47 With Which We Kill – Repentant Bandit (Video)

Government Supplies Us The AK-47 With Which We Kill – Repentant Bandit

No More Congratulatory Messages For Bawa – EFCC Warns

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has observed the increasing number of messages published in the print media by groups and individuals, congratulating Mr. Abdulrasheed Bawa on his well-deserved appointment as the Executive Chairman of the Commission.

While the open exhibition of affection and solidarity may be salutary in our cultural milieu, and indeed appreciated, it is however inauspicious at this point in time and gradually turning into a distraction.

Mr. Bawa is assuming the leadership of the EFCC at a time of great challenge and he desires to hit the ground running. What he needs from well-wishers and indeed all Nigerians, is support and prayers, and more importantly, credible information that will further the work of the Commission.

He therefore appeals to all his admirers and well-wishers who might have the intention of demonstrating their love and support for him through paid newspaper advertisement to desist, and instead channel such resources to more worthy causes, such as making donations to Orphanages and Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs, camps.

Man Donates His Family House To Christ Embassy, Family About To Be Thrown Out

A family has come out to ask for justice after their son donated the family house as a seed to Christ Embassy in Warri, Delta state.

The abroad-based man, identified simply as Shedrack, is said to have returned to Nigeria last year and became serious with religion, to the approval of his family.

Last year, he sowed his car as a seed to the Church and his family members had no problem with it.

However, he went on to donate the family house to the church not long ago.

His family members were not aware their home had been donated until Shedrack’s father noticed men going around, viewing the property.

When the older man made enquiry, he was told the property now belongs to Christ Embassy and has been valued to be sold at 25 million Naira.

The house was built on land owned by the entire family and with money contributed by the whole family, though Shedrack contributed the lion’s share.

The house is occupied by Shedrack’s father, cousins and 4 tenants who paid rent.

The father of Shedrack said he has written to the senior pastor of Christ Embassy in Warri and he promised to take action but a month has passed and nothing has happened.

The father has now lawyered up after reporting to the police, and so has Christ Embassy.

In a statement, Shedrack’s father pleaded with the General Overseer of Christ Embassy, Chris Oyakhilome, to intervene.

Source:- Lindaikejisblog

Ondo: Rotimi Akeredolu Orders LGA Chairmen To Set Up Local Vigilante

In a bid to tackle insecurity and rid Ondo state of criminal elements, Governor Rotimi Akeredolu has asked council chairmen across the state to set up local vigilante.

Akeredolu gave the directive during a meeting with the 18 council chairmen in the state.

He said that the issue of insecurity should be tackled holistically hence the need for the council chairmen to be involved.

The Governor assured the people of the state that his administration would ensure that criminal minded elements in the state would be rooted out.

The Governor urged the council chairmen to engage local hunters who can work effectively with the state security network codenamed “Amotekun”.

He assured that, at least, two vehicles will be provided for the Amotekun Corps in each of 18 local government areas across the state, as operational vehicles to aid their fight against criminality.

Akeredolu noted that the Amotekun corps is key to the effective security of lives and properties of the people of the state, urging the local government chairmen to work with the Amotekun corps.

The Governor has approved a regularly monthly meeting with the Chairmen as a way or engaging the representatives of the people at the grassroots level.

Speaking on the issue of the party in the state, Akeredolu reiterated that party supremacy must be adhere strictly to, adding to lack of respect for party supremacy is an invitation to anarchy.

”The election and your emergence both as candidates of the party and elected chairmen are well deserved.

“We must respect the party’s decision. The party’s arrangements on fielding you as candidates for the local government election was based on party supremacy. If you don’t respect it you are inviting anarchy.”

He appreciated the council boss for rejoicing with him on his victory at the poll and his inauguration for a second term in office, stressing that the victory was for all members of the party.

Earlier, the state chairman of the Association of Local Government of Nigeria (ALGON) Hon. Augustine Oloruntogbe lauded the governor for conducting local government election in the state in fulfillment of his electioneering campaign.

Source:- vanguard

EFCC Arrests 13 Suspected Internet Fraudsters In Lagos

Operatives of the Lagos Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, on March 2, 2021 arrested 13 persons for their alleged involvement in cyber-crime.

They are: Idris Ridwan, Shonnaike Adejumobi, Afeez Kareem, Adedire David, Muodozie Patrick, Abidemi Smart, Damilare Gabriel, Foluwako David, Adeleye Smart, Jimoh Olaitan, Olabode Thomas, Akinseye Mayowa and Macaulay Olawale.

They were arrested at their hideout at Gabriel Ajawa Close, Lekki, Lagos, following credible intelligence on their alleged criminal activities.

They will soon be arraigned in Court.

In a related development, the Lagos Zonal Office secured the conviction and sentencing of five internet fraudsters before Justice Oluwatoyin Taiwo of a Special Offences Court , Lagos State High Court, Ikeja.

They are: Andre Agbai Kalu, Olaide Ibrahim Oladimeji, Michael Fatuase Makanjuola, Erekefi Omuedi and Bakare Daniel Oluwadamilare.

They were arraigned on February 18, 2021 on separate charges bordering on possession of fraudulent documents contrary to Section 320 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015.

Upon their arraignment, they pleaded “guilty” to the charge.

In view of their plea, the prosecuting counsel, Ahmed Yerima reviewed the case before the Court and tendered documents printed from their email accounts, as well as items recovered from them.

Delivering judgment on February 26, 2021, Justice Taiwo found them guilty of the offence and sentenced each of them to six months imprisonment with an option of fine of N200,000 (Two Hundred Thousand Naira).

The court also ordered the forfeiture of a Toyota 4Runner SUV, Lexus RX 330 and mobile devices recovered from them to the Federal Government of Nigeria.

Source:- Twitter

Abia Teachers Suspend Strike, Urge Ikpeazu To Make Salary Payment A Priority

Members of Nigeria Union of Teachers, NUT in Abia State have suspended their strike with a charge on the state governor, Dr. Okezie Victor Ikpeazu to make the payment of their salary a priority.

This is contained in a statement made available to ABN TV by the leadership of the teachers union on Tuesday in Umuahia.

The release signed by Elder Comrade Kizito A. Kalu, chairman of NUT in the state, and Comrade Mrs. Nnenna Okonkwo, State Secretary of the Union noted that the suspension of the strike became important following intervention and extensive deliberation by the National leadership of the Union and engagement with governor Okezie Victor Ikpeazu yesterday, 1st March, 2021

The statement partly read, “1. That the government will make teachers’ salaries top priority.

“2. That the state government has agreed to liquidate all the outstanding arrears of salaries owed to both Senior and Junior Secondary School Teachers in the state before the end of 2021.

“3. That government has agreed to pay the basic school teachers the N10,000 added on salaries of all workers in the state.

“4. That the issues on policy matters will also be addressed when the whole documentation are made available e.g. promotion implementation, leave grants, and others.

“5. Government has equally directed that the check-off dues and Teachers’ Retirement Contributions should be paid along with every salary payment of teachers.”

The statement further added, “On the foregoing, and based on the understanding reached with the NUT leadership, we have been directed to inform you that the ongoing strike action is hereby suspended. Teachers are by this notice directed to go back to classes tomorrow Wednesday 3rd March, 2021. The National leadership commends your doggedness and sustainability throughout the period of the strike action.

“The NUT, Abia State Wing sincerely appreciates your solidarity, unity, support and cooperation during the period.

“We want to sincerely appreciate our amiable governor, His Excellency, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu for his timely intervention and we pray that those offices involved in the implementation of all the resolutions will do the needful.

“We want to also thank the National President of the NUT – the number one teacher, Dr. Nasir Idris, the Secretary General, Dr. Mike Ike Ene and the National Treasurer, Com. Segun Raheem for their encouragement and support in this struggle.

“Esteemed Comrades, we urge you to stay safe and observe all Covid-19 protocols as you go back to classes.”

Source:- Abn Tv

DAWN Commission Convenes Meeting With SW Agric Commissioners On Food Security

The Director General of DAWN Commission, Mr. Seye Oyeleye, attended an emergency virtual meeting of Southwest Agric Commissioners and Southwest Agricultural Company (SWAGCO) convened by the Commission to address food security for Southwest Nigeria.

DAWN (Development Agenda for Western Nigeria) Commission was set up by the Governments of the Southwest States of Nigeria as the institutional and programme management body to midwife their Regional Integration Agenda.

It is therefore the dedicated coordinating agency, fully empowered by the Governments to ensure the delivery of the composite development aspirations of the Region, as expressed in what has been generally adopted and known as the Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN).

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