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LOL! See How Actress Onyii Alex Replied Crazy Fan Who Asked If He Can Drink Her Urine

Nollywood actress,Onyii Alex who shared her ‘no makeup’ photo on Instagram, was asked a very naughty and disgusting question by a follower who has been crushing on her. The follower, @Ottos551 asked if he could drink her pee. In his exact words,

You look more beautiful without makeup, Chai, @OnyiiAlex, can I ask you a naughty question? I don’t mind drinking your pee.

Angered, Onyii Alex had a sharp response for him. Below is how it went down.


EFCC Interrogates Former Senate President David Mark For Hours

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Thursday quizzed a former President of the Senate, Chief David Mark in connection with some financial issues, according to a report by The Independent.

He was later released on bail by the anti-graft agency after some hours.

A top source in the commission said: We invited the ex-Senate President for interaction on some financial issues and he came to clarify certain aspects relating to him.

He spent a few hours with us, made a statement and he was granted an administrative bail.

Asked of the status of Mark, the source added: “It is too early to release the details but we did not detain him.

As soon as we get to a convenient bend, we will tell Nigerians why we quizzed Mark.

He was implicated in some transactions and we decided to hear from him. This does not mean that he is guilty of any infractions at this stage.

I think it is obvious that our detectives will still interrogate him again on the next few days or weeks.


Oyo House Of Assembly Identifies 500 Indian Hemp Joints

The Oyo State House of Assembly has identified about 500 hard drugs joints and 25 notorious gang leaders in some parts of Ibadan, the state capital.

The Chairman of the state House Committee on Security and Strategy, Honourable Gbenga Oyekola made this known on Thursday, while giving a report on recent violent attacks in some areas of the state, specifically one that took place on October 22, 2017 during a youth carnival.

Rendering the report, Oyekola noted that some residents shielded the gang leaders and members from arrest while also hindering the prosecution of those arrested.

He also noted that hoodlums hindered development projects in the area, specifically the establishment of a World Bank borehole project within the area.

The Assembly, therefore, beckoned on the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) to deploy more of its officers to clamp down on the over 500 Indian hemp joints, while urging the Ibadan South West Local Government to see to the siting of a well-equipped police station within the area.

In addition, the Micheal Adeyemo-led Assembly urged the police to arrest all extortionists and operators of illegal road blocks with a view to guarding against molestation of drivers and commuters plying the area.

In addition, the Assembly urged the Governor Abiola Ajimobi led government to approve the deployment of two “Operation Burst” patrol vehicles and more officers to regularly patrol the axis.

It also called on the Bureau of Physical Planning and Development Control to come out with new layout plan that will decongest the area and eradicate slums.

Speaking further, Adeyemo appealed to politicians to desist from engaging unemployed youths for campaigns and intimidation of political opponents.

He said as a matter of importance, that the Nigerian Police, Oyo State Command, should enforce the ban on public-procession, carnivals and other social functions without permission, in the disputed areas and across the state.


We Have Paid Kiss Daniel Over 120Million Naira — G-Worldwide Opens Up

We Have Paid Kiss Daniel Over 120Million Naira — G-Worldwide Opens Up
The contract saga between award-winning singer,and his former record label, G-worldwide is not nearly over.

Recall, it was reported how Kiss Daniel earned 30k monthly salary for a long time and how he legally terminated his contract a few months back.

In case you missed it, the label stated that the singer is in breach of contract and is evading court papers, his legal team, L&A Associates then released an exhaustive statement detailing Daniel’s dealings with the label, the unfair treatment of their client and more.

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G-Worldwide Entertainment Ltd had dragged Kiss Daniel to court for “taking steps to appoint a new manager, solicit for bookings, and has continued to negotiate and enter performance agreements in respect of the songs from the album “New Era,” and “Evolution” which is set to be released soon.”

In the statement released by Kiss Daniel’s lawyers, they said he only terminated the contract as he was permitted to do under the contract.

The contract was drafted by G-Worldwide, the lawyers wrote, and they inserted a termination clause in the contract, which Kiss Daniel activated.

Now, LIB has revealed in new investigation into the on-going saga between Nigerian pop star, Kiss Daniel and his former label, G-Worldwide as the label finally opened to react to recent reports from the singer’s camp.

Below is a detailed reaction from the Emperor Geezy led G-Worldwide records on the Kiss Daniel issue as reported by LIB;

There has been a lot of misinformation in the media as to the background of Kiss Daniel’s wrongful exit from G-Worldwide Entertainment; firstly the management of G-Worldwide Entertainment wishes to state it had never been its intention to seek legal redress, nor join issues with an artist who we fear is being given bad legal advice. However, we feel it is important that we set the records straight for the benefit of the general public and others who are interested in knowing the truth.

We would like to reiterate that our organization’s sole mission is to scout, develop and promote artists till the point where both partners become profitable and the artiste can then decide to continue their creative journey as they deem fit. Contrary to widespread insinuations (and though we love a good joke) we are not a slave camp and we have no time whatsoever held any of the talents on our roster against their will.

The issue of restrictions on collaboration by our artists is one which has been well flogged and one we will address immediately – our management policy is unique in that we look for innovative ways to position our artists to build and own their sound and brands before seeking to collaborate with artists from other labels.

To make this work, we train and develop our artists in a way that ensures that their first albums are well composed and delivered in a way that gives them the platform to sell their art as strong individual brands. This strategy is not without its results as is evident from Kiss Daniel’s debut album “New Era” receiving many positive reviews and landing the 8th place on the Billboard’s World Album Chart within a week of release.

The Nigerian music industry is very competitive, and as such, it is pertinent that players in the market develop unique strategies to break in and remain relevant.

The New Era album of Kiss Daniel therefore only contained collaborative efforts with his label mate Sugarboy. However, on the soon to be released album ‘Evolution’ by Kiss Daniel, we have worked with other talents such as Phyno and Olamide. Sugarboy has also collaborated with Y-Cee on a song due to be released in January 2018.

There have also been issues raised that the company has not made available its books of accounts to Kiss Daniel, leading to him filing an action at the Lagos State High Court seeking an order granting him access to the books of the company.

Whilst our lawyers have filed the necessary papers to strike out the suit, it is pertinent that we briefly note that at no time have we denied the artiste or his lawyers access to our books. With the facts we have, it is our belief that the suit is a ploy to misdirect the public away from his untimely and unlawful exit from the company.

The label has records of email correspondence with Kiss Daniel where he and his representatives at different times requested for books of the company and same were supplied to them.

All these have been placed before the court in response to the suit filed by the artist at the Lagos State High Court. Until now neither he nor his representatives have responded to papers filed challenging the competence of that suit. Sadly too, even though Kiss complained about access, in another breath he has admitted the audits held by his accountants and the label’s accountant.

Apart from the above, there have been rumours that Kiss Daniel has been on a monthly stipend of NGN 50,000 (Another great joke if we ever heard one). It is a known fact that such amounts will be insufficient to find and retain a decent apartment in Lagos nor cater for the lifestyle of any Nigerian celebrity.

Kiss Daniel, contrary to that rumour, has received substantial allowances over the last two and half years. In 2013, he was offered a 360 deal, and the terms of the initial contract have been reviewed twice in his favour, whilst the company has had to bankroll obligations relating to advertising, promotions, music production, videos, trips, wardrobe etc. at different times.

Indeed, the company has been quite flexible with our remuneration policies with the belief that he will be able to build a solid financial base for himself. For the avoidance of doubt the following are some details of how the label catered for his financial needs as well as his personal welfare:

1. Contrary to rumours making the rounds that Kiss Daniel was only on NGN 30,000 salary since he joined the label up until after the release of the Woju and Laye singles, this is nothing but falsehood. Before the release of those singles in 2014, Kiss Daniel was being paid a monthly allowance of NGN 30,000 to cover basic personal costs whilst he was still in his father’s house in Kuto, Abeokuta, he was also given a medical allowance of NGN 150,000 and other unrecorded stipends whilst no revenue was being generated by him. This remained the norm while the label invested heavily in recording sessions, productions, transportation, and other costs associated with developing him as an artist.

2. Loans of up to NGN 550,000 were given to him within 2 weeks of his signing onto the label for him to get a car for his mom to start a Taxi business. There are documents to back this. In addition following his request for financial support for his dad’s burial, G-Worldwide released the sum of NGN 200,000 to him which was exactly what Kiss Daniel requested for. As recent as October 2017, he again requested for a loan to run his account in order to acquire a house for himself under a mortgage, to this end the company released NGN 13,000,000 (Thirteen Million Naira) to him though the company was not obligated under the contract to do so.

3. As per the contract between Kiss Daniel and G-Worldwide, the label was meant to recoup its investment before any royalty-sharing was to commence; the only provision available for the artiste was allowances and loans which would be at the discretion of the label. In June 2015 following his return from his UK tour, the company amended the contract and immediately began the payment of royalties as agreed and from that time till the wrongful termination of his contract. G-Worldwide has paid Kiss Daniel the sum of NGN 117,233,318 (One Hundred and Seventeen Million, Two Hundred Thirty-Three Thousand and Three Hundred and Eighteen Naira) as royalties from performances alone, he has also received money from other incomes to the sum of NGN 3,296,826.40 (Three Million, Two Hundred and Ninety Six Thousand Eight Hundred and Twenty Six Naira and forty kobo) for the financial record of 2016 as opposed to the false allegations made by him and his lawyers (The company’s books of account support this) As it stands, Kiss Daniel owes G-Worldwide Entertainment quite a large sum of money for the financial year due to end in 2018.

4. Following the signing of the contract in 2013, Kiss Daniel moved into an apartment furnished by the label in April 2014 in Lekki Lagos and only moved out in October 2015. Despite the terrible picture painted by Kiss Daniel to the media, the label actually during that period undertook the payment of all the bills in the said apartment, including waste, power, service charges, feeding, etc.

5. We have also noted the falsehood that at the time of his father’s demise, the label barred him from attending the burial. Let it be on record that immediately the news of his father’s demise filtered in, Emperor Geezy, CEO of the label authorized that his own personal car is used to convey Kiss Daniel to Abeokuta to attend and be a part of his father’s burial. The label CEO’s brother even accompanied him on this trip, as well as one of the label’s staff. Interestingly on arriving at a hotel in Abeokuta which had been fully paid for by the label, he refused to attend his own father’s burial on the grounds that he believed that his family are fetish and were responsible for his father’s death.

6. In response to the claim that Kiss Daniel was barred from supporting other artists, especially those who supported him and the label at the New Era album launch, we would like to put it on record that at no time has the label barred him from performing at events where friends in the industry have asked for his support. We understand the importance of collaborative efforts in a fledgling industry such as ours. Kiss Daniel, however, has made it a habit to turn up at events late or not at all, always blaming the label for his truancy. Clear examples include his failure to appear at the Reekado Banks album listening party at Hard Rock Café and the recent 2Baba Buckwyld ‘n’ Breathless Concert on 22nd of October, 2017 at Eko Hotel. He did this even when 2Baba had provided two separate accommodations for him and his manager Louiza Williams at Eko Hotels, and the label had covered other logistics costs. He stood up 2Baba and manager after claiming he was on his way from 6pm till 1am the next day. He repeated the same show of shame at the Chronicles of Ushebebe and Soundcity’s 2016 MVP Awards. His excuse always being that the label has restricted him from supporting other talents in the industry. His favourite saying: “You know I’m signed to a label na, I’m not my own boss yet”. One should wonder why his manager would be at these venues to liaise with the event organizers before his arrival if he wasn’t approved by the label to be at those events. His usual play was to ask the manager if money is involved and once she says “no we are going to support” he will either not take his calls once she’s around his house for takeoff, or switch off his phones and later complain that he was not feeling too well or had an urgent meeting at Abeokuta.

Last year, many people wondered how we managed to pull off such a massive concert for his New Era album launch with no support from any organization. That event which included the lease of the prestigious Eko Hotels with over 20 superstars was one of the most expensive projects the company ever embarked upon.

Nevertheless, we understand that artists grow with their songs and popularity, and may eventually seek an early exit. That being said, a contract between two parties is a legally binding arrangement and both parties having deployed resources to perform obligations thereunder must ensure that the contract is executed or terminated in line with its terms and conditions.

G-Worldwide’s contract with Kiss Daniel simply put, allows for the artiste to exit, but in so doing, he is duty bound to repay to the company all monies expended by the company in furtherance of the contract and all losses; including losses suffered from the cancellation of fixed events and shows by reason of the termination. The contract is also expressly clear on the fact that intellectual property rights to all the songs produced under the contract including the stage name of the artiste are properties of the company. We know that so far, Kiss Daniel has kept these facts away from the public; choosing to resort to cheap blackmail and whipping up emotions. We will not take this route as a responsible company and this is why we are in court.

We have done our best not to harp on the history of his recalcitrance. Nevertheless, we are harassed by different lawyers (his present lawyer is the fourth) with outrageous demands, but we have retained the opinion that some terms cannot be imposed on us. Most recently in October, he demanded going forward, 100% of revenues from his performances and endorsements even while he understands his level of indebtedness to us and the terms of the contracts. When he was referred to the contract terms, his response was to serve us a termination notice without even following the stipulations for termination under the contract. He thereafter announced his personal record label in less than nine (9) days after the undue notice and has since been soliciting bookings and infringing on G-Worldwide intellectual property rights by performing songs from the ‘New Era’ album and the yet to be released ‘Evolution’ album. This is the reason for the Federal High Court order of the 30th November 2017 stating that “both parties are ordered to maintain status quo ante bellum under the recording contract pending the hearing of the motion on notice.”

Law abiding organizations and business concerns have either contacted us for clarity, which we have provided through our solicitors, Calmhill Partners. Other well advised entities have in support of the rule of law and sanctity of contracts, terminated their engagements with him or removed him from performance schedules. The Nigerian musical industry we believe will learn and grow from this incidence.

We have put everyone who wishes to contract Kiss Daniel on notice and advise that you should not allow yourselves be misinformed about the subject matter or be swayed by his misrepresentations or lack of capacity to perform some of the songs that he has been contracted to perform. Whilst we look forward to a speedy dispensation of justice in the matter before the Court, we reiterate our advice that event organizers should consult their lawyers to avoid being complicit in the offence of acting in contempt of court.

It remains illegal to deal with Kiss Daniel directly instead of G-Worldwide Management pending the hearing of the suit in Court.


MUSIC: Adey – Oluwa Wavy ft. Olamide & Femi Kuti

Adey – Oluwa Wavy ft. Olamide & Femi Kuti. Ah! This one is heavy. Super producer and singer, Adey teams up with Baron of the streets, Olamide alongside Afrobeat legend, Femi Kuti on “Oluwa Wavy“.

While Femi Kuti serves plenty groove with his golden pipes, Baddo comes through in his usual wobey vibe, and Adey tops it off with impeccable vocals (yes, he sang!) that reels the listener into a delightful frenzy.

Hot stuff.listen up!!!!!!!!!!!!

DOWNLOAD MP3 Adey – Oluwa Wavy ft. Olamide & Femi Kuti


[Mixtape] DJ Real – Emir Street Appreciation Mix

Real Beat Planet Present DJ Real who is one of Nigeria Biggest Street Disco Jockey, popularly known as Emir Of Alaba/Eko Fm makes a smooth move with this fresh mixtape to usher all his fans/lovers all over the world to the last month of the year 2017.

This one is titled “Emir Street Appreciation Mixtape” 🔥🔥

The Mixtape comprises of Nigerian dopest vibes that will sure light up your party Enjoy!! Happy New Month 🍾


1. Olamide – Wo Spiritual
2. Pasuma Ft. Qdot – OlohunOje
3. Kiss Daniel – Yeba
4. Dav!do – Fia
5. Tekno – Go
6. Mayorkun – Mama
7. Mutay Ft. W!zk!d – Manya
8. Tiwa Savage Ft. W!zk!d – Malo
9. Dav!do – Fall
10. Kaydex – Hustle Rmx
11. Tekno – Rara
12. Dotman – My Woman
13. Ycee – Juice
14. Runtown – Mad Over
15. Demmie Vee Ft. 9ice – Love Me Tender
16. W!zk!d Ft. Chris Brown – Africa bad Girl
17. Mayorkun – Che Che
18. Pryme – Trumpet
19. Small Doctor – This Year
20. Olamide – Wo
21. Babes Wodumo Ft. Dbanj – Wololo Rmx
22. DJ Real Ft. Small Doctor – Mario
23. Cdq – Sai Baba
24. 9ice – Living Things
25. Tman – Talomegunwa
26. Churchill Ft. Small Doctor – Yamayama
27. Slim case – Oshozondi
28. Skye Wonder – Ariya
29. Reekado Banks – Easy
30. Dayo Amusa Ft. Pasuma – Omo Daddy
31. Destiny Boi – Omo Beta
32. Small Kolad – Onposhe
33. Danny S – Off The Light
34. Junior Boi Ft. 9ice – Irapada Rmx
35. Niniola – Shaba
36. Ilefo – Bobo Me
37. Small Doctor – Penalty
38. Ido West Ft. Slim Case – Shepeteri
39. Wande Coal – Iskaba
40. Yomi Sars – Adoyoyo
41. Adekunle Gold – Friend Zone
42. Qdot – Ijo Gelede
43. Benson Kuti – Ibadan Kini Show
44. Demmie Vee – Figure 8
45. Mz Kiss – Ijo
46. Skiibii Ft. Olamide – Ah Skiibii
47. Phyno Ft. Olamide – Augment
48. Simi – Aimasiko
49. Sarz Ft. DJ tunes – Get Up
50. Niniola – Sicker
51. Adekunle Gold – Money
52. DJ Real – Outro



[Mixtape] DJ Kool Jay – Megahits (Vol. 2)

DJ Kool Jay returns with his trending mixtape series tagged Megahits Vol.2 after teaming up with diva Victoria Kimani for his debut single tited Give It 2 Dem produced by Drey Beatz.

DJ Kool Jay is wishing everyone downloading, listening & sharing this mixtape a Merry Christmas and happy new year in advance.

See the Tracklist below:-

Listen & Download The Mixtape below:-


DJ Yorgzy – The Tables Have Turned (Vol. 2)

Here comes another hot mix tape “The Tables Have Turned (Vol. 2)” from the young, skillful and endowed Disc Jockey “DJ Yorgzy“.

Which from the soul will take you outta boredom and groove you for this festive period and make your holiday great with dancing steps as you celebrate.

Filled and selected from the hottest Naija finest hit tracks… You’re gonna love it 🔥🔥

So download, play, share wit friends and families.


1. DJ Yorgzy Intro
2. Tekno Ft. W!zk!d – Mama
3. W!zk!d Ft. Fútúre – Everytime
4. Màjor Làzer Ft. Ice Prince – Particula
5. Skales – Booty Language (Remix)
6. Simi – Joromi
7. Skales Ft. Burna Boy – Temper (Remix)
8. Tekno – GO
9. DJ Cuopy Ft. Tekno 0 Green Light.
10. Masterkraft Fr. W!zk!d
11.Tekno – Rarout
12. Flavour – NoNa
13. Mayorkun – Mama
14. 2face – Gaga Shuffle
15. Patoranking Ft. Diamond – Love You Die
16. Tiwa Savage Ft. W!zk!d – Ma Lo
17. Mayorkun – Che Che
18. Runtown – Energy
19. Dav!do – FIA
20. Dice Ailes – Otedola
21. DJ Consequence Ft. Phantom & Small Doctor – Penalty EDM Refix
22. Falz – La Fet
23. Kiss Daniel – Yeba
24. W!zk!d Ft. Mutay – Manya
25. Junior Boy – My Prayer
26. Tiwa Sabge – All Over
27. Dav!do – Like Dat
28. Phatom – Fall (Afro EDM Refix)
29. Skiibii – London
30. Niniola – Sicker
31. Niniola – Maradona
32. Reminisce – Ponmile (TMXO Refix)
33. Lil Kesh – Rora
34. DJ Consquence Ft. Mayorkun – Blow The Whistle
35. Orezi – Halleluyah
36. Timaya Ft. Olamide & Phyno – Telli Person
37. DJ Consequence Ft. Olamide – Assignment
38. Oladips Ft. Reminisce – Lalakukulala
39. Olamide – Say Say Maley
40. 9ice – Living Things
41. DJ Sidez Ft. Slimcase & Master T – Oshozondi
42. Idowest – Shepeteri
43. Mr Real Ft. Idowest – Legbegbe
44. DJ Spicey Ft. Junior Boy & CDQ – Shugar
45. Small Doctor – Penalty
46. Patoranking – Available
47. Reekado Banks – Jeje
48. Olamide – Wo
49. B!g Sháq – Máns Not Hot


VIDEO: Adewale Ayuba – My Lagos

Adewale Ayuba” Bonsue Fuji Maestro releases new video for his highly anticipated single ‘My Lagos’.

Just like you must have heard alot about many people who arrived Lagos with just a pair of trousers, two shirts and a pair of shoes well Ayuba would proudly tell you he was one of them.

In those young years of all fun and play, Ayuba who was the last child of his parents took the bold step of visiting Lagos and this is where his wild dreams would emerge.

The video is one of the cleanest of his videos so far…

Watch and listen to some part of his daring lyrics below, he has still maintained his style nonetheless.enjoy below!!!!!


VIDEO: Oritsefemi – Bodija

Oritsefemi is back in business and he announces this with the video for, “Bodija’.

The Arogunmenite Sounds boss and lead act, has been in his honeymoon, having just married his long time girlfriend.

However, being the hardworking artiste that he is he has gone back to work and has decided to serve us with the official music video for his latest single.

The video was shot and directed by Stanz Visuals and was shot at a location on Agege area of Lagos State, Nigeria.

MSN Gang did a great job for the video of this hit sing produced by Kenny Wonder.


VIDEO: Krizbeatz Ft. Yemi Alade & Harmonize – 911

Krizbeatz dishes out the highly anticipated Pan-African collaboration music video off his recently released ADM album “911” featuring Nigeria’s own Mama Africa, Yemi Alade and East Africa and Tanzania’s Konde Boy, Harmonize.

911 video was shot in Lagos by Cardoso imagery. Enjoy!!


MUSIC: Frankie Jay ft. Skales & Yung6ix – Only God (Remix)

African rising star, Frankie Jay riding on the success of his trending song “Bless Me” which features Vector, follows up with a resounding effort which is a remix of his well accepted song “Only God“.

On this one, he features Skales and Listen up!!!!!!!!

Download Frankie Jay ft. Skales & Yung6ix – Only God (Remix)


Wawu!!! 50 Prison Inmates To Write 2018 UTME

No fewer than 50 prison inmates will sit for the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), according to an official.

The Principal, Ikoyi Prisons School, Mr Idris Ibikunle, disclosed this on Thursday in Lagos.

According to him, the school has prepared the inmates well for the examination as officials of the facility have stepped up efforts in ensuring an excellent performance.

“Right now, we are preparing about 50 of the inmates for the next UTME and by what I see, they are very determined to excel.

“We are yet to enroll them for the examination proper; we want to give a little more room for others interested so we can do the enrolment once.

“I am optimistic that we will enroll more than 50 of the inmates for the examination,’’ Ibikunle told NAN.

NAN recalls that earlier this year, 59 inmates were registered for the 2017 UTME out which 35 had their results released and are at various stages of admission placement to tertiary institutions.

The principal also said 40 inmates were being prepared for the newly introduced 2018 January/February diet of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for private candidates.

According to him, prisons officials were committed to ensuring that the inmates had nothing to lose, academically, despite their incarceration.

NAN recalls that the principal had, at the maiden edition of the facility’s Education Award ceremony recently in Lagos, said 20 of the inmates were running various courses in different disciplines at the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN).

He said they were posting impressive performances in their chosen fields, ranging from Criminology, Security and Peace Studies, Theology, Business Administration to Mass Communication

He, however, highlighted some constraints facing the school in the prison facility.

“We are in need of stationery as well as the establishment of a befitting Computer Based Test (CBT) centre for our external examinations.

“We, therefore, call for support from well-meaning Nigerians and organisations to join hands with us in ensuring that the dreams of these persons are kept alive,’’ he said.



NECO Releases 2017 Nov/Dec GCE Results

The National Examinations Council (NECO) has released 2017 November/December External Senior School Certificate Examination results.

Prospective candidates are expected to purchase NECO result checking scratch card before proceeding to check their results online,

Cards are available in all NECO offices.

How To Check Result…

1)Go to NECO result checking portal

2)Select your examination type i.e. Nov/Dec

3)Select your year of examination i.e. 2017

4)Enter the result checking scratch card PIN number in the required column

5)Enter your examination number

Finally, click on Check My Result button to access your 2017 NECO GCE result.


Suspected Drug Dealers Burn Down Police Station In Abia, Free 2 Inmates

A Police outpost at Ahiaukwu Olokoro, in Umuahia LGA of Abia State, was burnt down by suspected armed robbers and drug dealers, at about 8: PM, on Tuesday night.

One Operational vehicle attached to the Police station, as well as one tricycle parked at the station were also burnt. They broke the wind shield of a Volkswagen car park within the Police station.

According to Punchng, the Commissioner of Police in the State, Anthony Ogbizi, said complains from the indigenes of the area about the activities of the criminals made the state command to create two nipping points in the area to safeguard the residents of the area.

He added that no life was lost and no arms were taken away from the station, while the hoodlums attacked. He disclosed that Police Operatives acting on tip off had raided the area and arrested four suspected drug dealers and armed robbers.

But while officers in the outpost were trying to transfers them to the divisional Police station at Ubakala, some hoodlums attacked them and aided two of the suspects to escape.

Ogbizi said, “They did not stop at that as they later went back and set the outpost on fire.” He said the Police was not deterred by the attack as they remobilized officers and arrested 7 of hoodlums who attacked the station.


NEW [Video] Oritsefemi – Bodija

Oritsefemi is back in business and he announces this with the video for, “Bodija’.

The Arogunmenite Sounds boss and lead act, has been in his honeymoon, having just married his long time girlfriend.

However, being the hardworking artiste that he is he has gone back to work and has decided to serve us with the official music video for his latest single.

The video was shot and directed by Stanz Visuals and was shot at a location on Agege area of Lagos State, Nigeria.

MSN Gang did a great job for the video of this hit sing produced by Kenny Wonder.

Watch & Download ” Oritsefemi – Bodija” below:-