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Tuesday, 16 January 2018

A superiority conflict has surfaced between Davido’s producer, Kiddominant And Olamide’s Producer, Young John after the latter was crowned “Producer of the Year” at the just concluded Soundcity MVP awards.

Kiddominant On the other hand, who is credited to the production several of Davido’s hit tracks, refused to accept the defeat.

He then called out the award organizers for giving it to another who didn’t deserve it as much as he.

This made Young Jonn to come out and declare himself number1 asking all parties concerned about this to kill themselves. Kiddominant replied by calling him a pig.

Nigeria Ranks The Second Worst Nation In Power Supply..[See Details]

Nigeria has been ranked as the second worst nation in power supply as power drops to 3,851 megawatts, MW.

The Spectator Index of the world’s worst electricity supply in 2017, stated this in a report released by @spectatorindex twitter handle, yesterday.

Of the 137 countries examined in the report, Yemen ranked as worst electricity supply nations in 2017, followed by Nigeria, Haiti, Lebanon, and Malawi.

Ethiopia occupied the 37 position, while South Africa and Algeria occupied the 41, 45 positions respectively.

Meanwhile, the Advisory Power Team report showed that the national grid capacity stood at 4, 000 Megawatts, MW.

The report noted that the average power sent out by the Electricity Generating Companies, GENCOs, on the 14th of January, stood at 3, 851.06mw, down by 168.58mw, recorded the previous day, adding that the peak generation averaged 4, 425mw, down by 5.5 percent.

According to the report, “On January 14 2018, average power sent out was 3,851MWh/hour (down by 169MWh/h from the previous day). 1437.9MW was not generated due to unavailability of gas.

“0MW was not generated due to unavailability of line infrastructure, while 680.5MW was not generated due to high frequency resulting from the unavailability of distribution infrastructure. 290MW was not generated due to unavailability of water.

“The power sector lost an estimated N1,121,000,000 on January 14, 2018, due to insufficient gas supply, distribution infrastructure, transmission infrastructure and water reserves.”

Consequently, a total of 63.1mw of energy was sent out from Omoku thermal power plant with a constraint of 16mw.

Alaoji National Independent Power Plant, NIPP, had a constraint of 240mw which affected the ability of the plant to generate commercial energy.

Energy sent out from Delta power plant on the same day was 340.76mw with a high-frequency constraint of 100 Hertz.

Jebba plant sent out 302.88mw of energy, while Shiroro had a water constraint of 290mw, along with high-frequency constraint of 95 Hz, limiting the sent out energy to 160.31mw, while Kainji dam sent out 359.49mw of power to the transmission company of Nigeria, TCN.


Seems like just yesterday, Wizkid welcomed his second son with model and video vixen, Binta Diamond.

When the world found out Baba Nla had scored another goal and brought another child to the world, most fans were happy for him, while some others just kept and are still hoping one of his kids will take over his talent and hard work.

As time flew by, Wizkid went on to make more music while little Ayo remained with his mother and has been growing really fast. Ayo Jnr who came into the world in 2016 has already lived two years on earth and on Monday, January 15, celebrating his new age in style.

His mother, Binta Diamond shared lovely photos on her social media page, wishing her son a happy birthday and we couldn’t help but gather more adorable photos of the little prince to wish him well on his special day.

Here are 6 cute photos of Prince Ayo:

1. Mother and son goals


2. Fresh boy


3. Boy meets snow

4. Captain Ayo


5. Happy moments

6. Stunting like my dada

The 2017 Ghana AIDS Commission write about HIV/AIDS contamination demonstrates a 80% increments in new cases.

The report likewise demonstrates that the Volta Region and Brong Ahafo Region bested the diagram of HIV/AIDS predominance.

The discoveries were uncovered at the Commission's two– day yearly key arranging meeting.

The Ghana AIDS Commission is, consequently, requesting that Ghanaians be additional watchful all together not to get the destructive malady.

Executive General of the Commission, Ambassador Dr Amokowa Blay Adu-Gyamfi made an energetic interest to Ghanaians to intentionally test for the infection.

She asked people living with the infection to adhere to the endorsed hostile to retroviral drugs on the grounds that there was no home grown cure for the malady yet.

"We are not denouncing them (cultivator), we are trying to say that there is no home grown cure up 'til now for HIV. On the off chance that you need to take them it's dependent upon you. In any case, at that point take your against retroviral solution," she said.

She said the exercises of the G.ay people group – the key populace – are to be faulted for the sharp increment in HIV disease.

A huge extent of the new HIV/AIDS cases were pregnant ladies, the report likewise uncovered.

In the mean time Nigeria had the second biggest HIV scourge in 2016, with more than 196,000 young people speaking to 10 for each penny of the worldwide weight said to live with HIV/AIDS, as indicated by a World Health Report.

The report was given by Mrs Esther Samuel, The Chief Matron, Lagos State Ministry of Health, at a program by a Non-legislative Organization (NGO) Lisa Demi Project, in Lagos.

Helps SYMBOL Newsmen report that Lisa Demi Project, started in the U.K., looks for address the $exual medical problems through Talks, Counseling and Entertainment among others.

The program, held at the Teslim Balogun Stadium Surulere, Lagos on Thursday, and title " Let's Talk about Our $exual Health'', is focused at adolescents between the ages 14 to 24.

Talking on the threats of over the top $exual exercises among the adolescents, Samuel said the insights from the wellbeing division remained a worry.

If you have been told that music is not a profitable sphere and it is practically impossible to make money here, do not believe this point of view. In fact, the doors are always open for talented and motivated people. 10 persons from this rating are vivid proof of the fact that musicians can be famous and also very rich.

In recent years, there have been lots of musical directions and styles, original compositions, etc. Some artistes rapidly became remarkably successful and enjoy the love of the public. All this suggests that the music industry in Nigeria is in a state of dawn and is constantly changing. People who freely express their thoughts and style, become the favorites of the public.

A musician today is not just a hobby but a full-fledged profession with good income. At the end of each month, Nigerian singers and producers count the thick packs of money.

Many successful musicians carefully conceal their incomes. If in developed countries such information is more public, in Nigeria finding out the net worth of celebrities may be quite difficult.

The list below is compiled on the basis of Forbes data. In addition, we have analyzed information in the media, incomes from tours and shows, iTunes sales, approved transactions, own labels of stars or contracts with recording studios.

Until recently, the champion of all such ratings was the duo P-Square. However, after its split, the position of the celebrities changed somewhat. We suggest you familiarize yourself with the current situation and find out who became the richest musician in 2018.

10. Olamide – N2.1 billion

From the very beginning of his career, he confidently moved to success and fame. Olamide can be deservedly called the most popular Nigerian rapper in 2018. He constantly encourages fans with new hits, receives good revenues from the shows, sales of albums, and other activities.

9. Banky W – N2,2 billion

His real name is Olubankole Wellington. This creative person managed to achieve significant success not only in music but also in cinema. Many know him for a role in the film “The Wedding Party.” Returning to music it is worth recalling that Banky W is the CEO of EME record. This label co-operated with the best Nigerian musicians including Skales and Wizkid.

8. Iyanya — N2.5 billion

Recently, this musician signed a lucrative contract with the popular label Mavin Records. The artist’s career began to grow rapidly when he won the MTN project fame in September 2008. Various sources report that his net worth is about N2.5 billion.

7. Davido – N2.8 billion

Davido has paved his way into the big Nigerian show business with the composition Ema Da Mi duro. His father is a Nigerian billionaire so that from the very childhood the guy had everything necessary for creative development. However, anyone who listened to his songs will say that Davido’s music is not only money but also talent and soul he puts in every note.

He signed a lucrative contract with Sony Music that allowed spreading his fame to the international scene.

6. Wizkid — N4 billion

The song Holla at your boi brought Wizkid fame. This single was the beginning of a series of other quality hits that reached the souls of Nigerian listeners. Also, Wizkid took part in the recording of Drake’s composition One Dance. It gained world popularity and ranked first in many ratings.

5. 2face Idibia – N4.5 billion

A huge talent and hard work allowed him to receive several significant awards. 2face is a veteran artiste who has not lost popularity for many years and confidently holds his position. One of the most memorable of his works is the track African Queen. It allowed 2face to make a significant breakthrough in the Nigerian music industry.

4. Flavour — N5 billion

He has the glory of a fairly versatile artiste. Most Africans are aware of this interesting musician and enjoy listening to his songs. In addition to music, he is the Nigerian ambassador of Globacom. Flavour engages in investment and other activities that allowed him to rise so high.

3. Paul and Peter Okoye (former P-Square) – N8 billion

If the duo still existed, these twins would have taken the first place in this list with a net worth N25 billion. However, after the split, they had to share the money. Also, it is necessary to take into account their brother Jude who performed the duties of a manager and played an important role in the activities of the duo.

Recently, musicians and their brother did not talk much about the net worth of each of them. Therefore, according to approximate estimates, each of the twins and Jude received 1/3 of the total wealth.

It was a really impressive duet. Its disappearance let to feel freer other stars of the Nigerian show business who wanted to take the first place in this ranking.

Although P-Square no longer exists, it is worth wishing success to each of the twins in their solo career. Perhaps in the future, one of them will become the richest Nigerian musician by his own.

2. D’banj — N10 billion

Many call him Koko Master because the Koko song became a hit and brought him great fame. He is a unique artiste with his own style of music. The bright talent and ability to overcome obstacles allowed him to create the vivid brand. D’banj also collaborated with Don Jazzy. They co-founded the Mo Hits record and had a successful business before the breakup.

In addition, D’banj assumed the duties of the ambassador of the World Bank to fight poverty in Africa. So this is really a versatile person with a lot of important activities.

1. Don Jazzy — N13 billion

He is known as Oga boss or Dorobucci boss. This successful producer took part in the recording of many popular songs. Although he does not have his own track. However, this does not prevent him from having a huge fan base. Don Jazzy enjoys the attention of fans and confidently holds the leadership position. The P-Square breakup allowed him to reach the top of this rating. So we can congratulate this great man!

Don Jazzy received proposals for cooperation from Konga, Samsung. Dorobucci boss also acts as CEO of Mavin Records where he worked with some of the best Nigerian musicians such as Reekado banks, Tiwa Savage, and many others.

Each guy described above is a bright individual. These people have to work hard to get into the rating of 10 wealthiest Nigerian musicians so they serve as an excellent example for upcoming artistes. Let us wish them success and prosperity!

Monday, 15 January 2018

Chris Brown could spend up to a half year in prison after his pet monkey Fiji was seized on the grounds that he didn't have an allow to keep her. 

The Loyal hitmaker could look up to a half year in jail after he was slapped with a wrongdoing allegation for keeping the primate – named Fiji – at his home in California without acquiring a Restricted Species Permit from California Fish and Wildlife. 

The 28-year-old artist landed himself in high temp water in December when he shared a video cut on his Instagram record of his three-year-old girl Royalty with Fiji. 

Talking in the sweet clasp, he asked his daughter: "Is this your infant?" 

He included: "She will be greater than you, right. Y'all got a similar size head." 

Inside 36 hours of him posting the recording, California Fish and Wildlife got "twelve or so tips on the episode" and executed a court order on January 2. 

The city's untamed life division's worker Captain Patrick Foy has said that Chris was not at home when the hunt on his home in Los Angeles was done however his staff gave the primate over to the specialists and he consented to co-work with them. 

The case will be sent to the Los Angeles City Attorney for the subsequent stage of the procedure however a representative has affirmed the report has not been handed over yet. 

She added to the New York Post daily paper: "There's no data as of now." 

As indicated by TMZ, Chris could be accused of "having a limited species without an allow" on the grounds that it is illicit to possess a monkey in California without getting an allow. 

Be that as it may, the 'Security' hitmaker's legal counselor Mark Geragos told E! News: "We are sure that the City Attorney has more squeezing issues than horseplay." 

Fiji is at present being nurtured at an undisclosed office.

Friday, 12 January 2018

Previous Super Eagles midfielder, Wilson Oruma endures mental breakdown in the wake of losing N1.2B in counterfeit oil business and furthermore cheated by a Pastor. Oruma, likewise the Golden Eaglets' 1993 FIFA U-17 World Cup winning chief, was attracted into a phony oil business in December 2012 in which he contributed an astounding total of N1.2billion without appropriate discussion subsequent to resigning from football.‎ And he therefore lost the speculation. "Wilson (Oruma) hasn't generally recouped from the enthusiastic issue which he endured after he was hoodwinked," his bossom companion Emakpor Dibofun uncovered. "He has been to a few places looking for an enduring arrangement, yet it deteriorates after a touch of change." See photograph of Oruma meandering the Street with rugged hair underneath:-
This photo is disheartning… As indicated by Completesports a previous Nigeria universal and previous Chairman of Lagos State Football Association, Waidi Akanni, likewise included that designs by Oruma's ex partners to encourage revive him to typical life is continuous. May the Good Lord give him enduring Solutions. My supplication to all of you perusing this Post – You will never know distress for a Second in all your years

If your parents ever warned you against choosing an acting profession because this job does not bring big money, we assure you that they were wrong. These talented Nigerian actresses prove that you can be popular, successful, and fabulously rich. Who is the wealthiest Yoruba actress? In this article, the top 5 beautiful and rich ladies will be discussed.

1. Funke Akindele

Currently, Funke Akindele net worth is around 1.4 million dollars.

Funke is a notable star of Yoruba movies. She grew up in an ordinary Nigerian family and achieved all her success by her own. Akindele got a national diploma at the Ogun State Polytechnic and a law degree in Lagos.

Funke’s acting debut was in the soap opera “I Need To Know”. This series went on between the 1990’s to the mid-2000’s. In 2009, she was awarded for best performance by the Africa Film Foundation. Also, viewers got to enjoy her acting in another TV show, Jenifa’s Diary.

One of her most famous work is JENIFA. This movie was a big hit, not just in Nigeria, but Africa as well.

2. Iyabo Ojo

Iyabo is not only one of the most talented Nollywood actresses but also a successful producer and director. According to information available in the media, the estimated net worth of this beautiful woman is 280-300 million Naira. So, it is not surprising that she has a Range Rover. Of course, all these riches are less valuable than her two lovely children.

Few people will believe that this beautiful woman is 40 years old. She was born in Lagos on December 21, 1977.

Her acting career began in 1997 when she met Bimbo Akintola. Her impeccable performance in the movie “Satanic” showed that she really has great talent. Iyabo got the leading role. Her inexperience was not at all noticeable. No one could have guessed that it was her first time in front of a camera. Even though she was nervous, she enjoyed the process of filming.

Iyabo has been on over 150 movies. In addition, she has produced 14 films and has received more than 10 awards.

3. Dayo Amusa

According to media sources, Dayo’s net worth is 700, 000 dollars. She is a prominent businesswoman, actress, and singer.

This lady was born on July 20, 1984. Her birthplace is Lagos. Dayo is the first of five children in her family. She studied Food Science and Technology at Moshood Abiola Polytechnic.

Her acting career started in 2002. Within a short period of time, she became one of the most popular personalities in Nollywood. Her main focus are Yoruba films but she has also starred in a few English movies. Her most notable roles were in Unforgivable, Emuke, Aroba 1, 2, Diary.

Amusa owns PayDab Schools and when it comes to her personal life, she’s not very forthcoming about this aspect.

4. Mercy Aigbe

Her estimated net worth is 500,000 dollars.

Mercy’s homeland is Edo State. She was born on the 1st of January 1979 as the second child in a family of five kids. She studied finance at the Polytechnic of Ibadan. After graduating, she was mastered in Theater Arts at the University of Lagos and graduated in 2001.

Now she is a talented actress, a successful businesswoman, and director. Best of all, she is known by the lovers of Yoruba movies. She made her acting debut in 2006.

Among the most prominent films where she acted were Afefe ife, Okanjua, Atunida leyi, Igberaga, Ihamo, Ipese, Iro funfun, Mafisere, Oju ife, Ile Oko mii and Kostobu – a hit in 2017.

Fans are also fascinated by the actress’ fashion. In November 2014, she opened own clothing store called Mag Divas Boutique. The development of this business led her to be named Fashion Entrepreneur of the Year by Links and Glitz World Awards.

Many connoisseurs of fashion were delighted by her attire at the Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards in 2016.

5. Fathia Balogun

Allegedly her net worth is estimated from 383, 000 to 555, 000 dollars. The admirable lady has taken part in a lot of Yoruba film projects.

Balogun was worn on the 5th of February 1969. Her homeland is Delta State.

She began her acting career in the 90’s. Alhaji Fatai Teniola offered her guidance in the industry.

It is interesting that Balogun never dreamed of becoming an actress. Initially, she wanted to be a broadcaster. Her father, however, wanted her to be an accountant. But things became difficult when the young Faithia failed her JAMB exams. Math was not her strong suit. After a while, her father resigned himself to fate and encouraged his daughter to follow her heart desires.

Also, Fathia said that she considered being a lawyer but she was not capable of performing the additional work which law students were required to do.

As we can see, she is quite successful now. This lady is one of the most notable Nigerian movie stars. Many people admire and envy her popularity and wealth. Among her successful films are Farayola (2009), Aje metta ( 2008), Aje metta 2 (2008), and Awawu (2015).

Clearly, these actresses are making a lot of money. However, their success is due to their talent and the hard work they put into their work. But if you believe in yourself and make an effort, even the wildest dreams become a reality. As long as you are dedicated, you will certainly be on a list like this someday.


Thursday, 11 January 2018

Veteran humorist Alibaba has approved Davido's claim about making N500 million after his December 27th show.In an extensive instagram post, he composed 

This evening, at around 1pm, I got a message on my WhatsApp inquiring as to whether Davido can really profit he claims to have made. I thought the sender was belittling… or as we say in Warri "e dey utilize style discover my mouth". 

Be that as it may, tonight, I got another visit from a Banker, who needed to know whether the sort of cash he is hearing could be produced using a show. I couldn't overlook this one. He is the Chief Risk Officer of a best 5 bank. Along these lines, I set aside my opportunity to say that it is so conceivable to try and make more than the figure he has heard being said. 

In 2007… 

I took a shot at an Entertainment, games, neighborliness and diversion R&D venture with some awesome personalities. That was 10 years back. Furthermore, after all data and reviews were assembled, we discovered that between 5-8Billions… Yes billions… are spent amongst Friday and Sunday. 10 years on, from another overview completed a year ago, its now more than 15billion consistently. The monetary flow can be amazing. 

That is showbizness. 

It's out of line, or better put, an aggregate misuse of endeavors to look at your profession as an investor, specialist, legal counselor, bookkeeper, designer and businessperson, to that of individuals in the part recorded previously. Usain Bolt for example could make the benefits of a few banks just by participating in 3 meets. Since the prize cash, supports and ventures, could add up to some cool dollars. Simply change over that. Mayweather is another a valid example. 

THE POINT PEOPLE MISS IS THIS… The Entertainment part is a gold mine that actuates business exercises in associated areas. Segments like, saving money, security, friendliness, nourishment and refreshment, mold, video and photograph scope, hardware rental, printing, promoting, marking, extravagance showcase, advertising, legitimate, illustrations, protection, arrange, designing, restorative, transportation, tourism, occasions administration, drama, broadcasting content, media communications, information utilization… and that's only the tip of the iceberg. Apex BANK, GTB, HERITAGE, PEPSI, GLO… know this. What's more, it can be a 200billion consistently part. We are a long ways behind considering the possibilities we have. So yes. N500m IS A TIP.

There was celebration among government employees in Osogbo, Osun State, on Tuesday evening as laborers in the work of the state government under the administration of Governor Rauf Aregbesola started to get installment of full pay for the long stretch of December 2018.

The advancement was the aftermath of assention the state government came to with the best chain of importance of the state section of the Nigeria Labor Congress (NLC), Trade Union Congress ( TUC) and Joint Negotiation Council (JNC) instantly before they suspended mechanical activity specialists set out in late December to reprove installment of balanced pay, non settlement of contributory benefits, among different issues.

Cross area of government workers, who addressed the Nigerian Tribune oozed euphoria as they commended the state government for satisfying its guarantee to pay full compensation for the period of December 2018, similarly as they affirmed that the receipt of bank alarms for their pay rates.

In spite of the fact that there were pockets of objections that few of the civics hirelings got bank cautions of half compensation for December, our reporter dependably assembled such classes of laborers may have acquired advances, through agreeable social orders, thus the receipt of alarm for balanced pay.

Affirming the installment of December 2018 compensation to the workforce amid a phone visit with the Nigerian Tribune on Wednesday morning, Osun State Commissioner for Finance, Mr Bola Oyebamiji expressed that " it isn't feasible for any laborer to guarantee that he got a tweaked pay for December since we paid every one of them full pay rates.

In the event that they have any issue, instruct them to go to my service. They should come and see my Permanent Secretary quickly. Be that as it may, I don't think so due to every one of us, I mean everybody of us got the full pay".

He proceeded, "when deduct charge from their pay rates and the individuals who acquired credits may think they were paid half pay. There was in no way like that, every one of them got cautions for full December compensation".

A 29-year-old woman, Salome Kanini died yesterday at Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) after being set on fire by her estranged husband at their matrimonial home in Ongata Rongai, Kajiado County, Kenya.

She suffered over 60 per cent burns after her estranged husband poured petrol on her and set her ablaze last Thursday, January 4th. Her younger brother is nursing deep cut wounds on his left hand following a struggle to save her.

Salome’s brother, John Njenga said his sister’s estranged husband called her with instructions to come and fetch their son’s school uniform as he was joining nursery, but when she got home the man poured petrol and burnt her.

The two, Njenga explained, had already separated in September last year and his sister had returned to live with his parents in Kiserian together with their two children. They had been married for five years.

Salome asked her brother to accompany her that evening to pick the school items. But as soon as they arrived, the man, who police have identified as Stanley Nduati, a matatu driver pulled her in the house and locked out the brother.

The man, then started issuing threats that he was going to kill her and then take his own life as neighbours watched. That was when Njenga tried force his way into the house.

“I felt sharp pains on my hand then I realized he was stabbing me with a kitchen knife. I told him no matter how many times he stabbed I was not letting go,” said Njenga.

It was at this time that he got out his phone and called his mother to inform her of the incident.

A neighbour offered a sledge hammer that was used to break the window but by that time her sister was already on fire.

“We watched as he picked gallon of petrol, poured on her, lit the matchstick, and turned on the gas cylinder. By the time a neighbour offered her a blanket, all her clothes were burnt. It was hard to recognize her,” he said.

The husband later stormed out brandishing a knife threatening to kill anyone who dared approach him before he jumped off the balcony from his house on the first floor and vanished on foot.

The family admits that the two have been having issues in their marriage.

The man was later arrested that night when he tried to sneak back to the house to collect some of his belongings. He is currently being held at the Ongata Rongai police station.

Her friends have now taken to Facebook to mourn her.

Wednesday, 10 January 2018

MMM is back once more. Be that as it may, this time around, the plan is going to propelling its own local cryto-money named Mavro (MVR) and its reprimanding all reliable MMM financial specialists to take an interest in its ICO. For the individuals who does not know anything about MMM, MMM is the most prominent Ponzi plot on the planet, its was established by Sergey Mavrodi and initiated in Russia before it later spread to different districts. MMM was a tremendous achievement in South Africa and Nigeria in 2016, yet this didn't keep going long. Much the same as each other Ponzi plot, it cheated financial specialists off their well deserved cash. Presently Sergey Mavrodi and his mysterious group have now chosen to think of something new, The dispatch of their own digital currency on Blockchain, which they portrayed as the "primary decentralized and completely straightforward stage for Multi Level Marketing structures in light of Blockchain Ethereum". The ICO is going to start soon, and its as of now being advanced on a few web gatherings, yet lamentably the MAVRO ICO have since been reprimanded on the web by many, calling it another ICO trick and cautioned any individual who chooses to take part in the ICO venture to do as such at his/her own hazard.

The Independent National Electoral Commission INEC has issued the timetable and calendar of exercises for the 2019 General Elections, settling the direct of gathering primaries including the determination of question emerging from primaries for August 18, 2018 to October 7, 2018 for national and state decisions while that of the FCT Area Council is slated for between September 4 and October 27, 2018. 

Talking with columnists Tuesday in Abuja, INEC Chairman, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu said the commission touched base at the calendar of exercises after its gathering hung around the same time. 

INEC similarly said it would proceed with its prior arrangement to lead the Anambra Central decision on January 13. 

"We are passing by the requests of the Court of Appeal that INEC should lead a crisp decision inside 90 days and the position of the court has not changed. In this way, there will be races in Anambra Central on January 13, 2018", Yakubu expressed. 

As indicated by him, the Publication of Notice of Election for National and State Elections would be on August 17, 2018, while that of the FCT Area Council Elections would be done on September 3, 2018. 

Accumulation of designation frames by political gatherings for national and state races starts from August 11 to 24 while that of the FCT Area Council races would be between November 3 and 10, 2018. 

Initiation of crusade by political gatherings would be November 18 for. Presidential and National Assembly Elections; December 1 for Governorship and State Assembly decisions and December 2 for the FCT Area Council races. 

The most recent day for the accommodation of selection structures to INEC is December 3, 2018 for Presidential and National Assembly Elections; December 17 for Governorship and State Assembly and December 14, 2018, for the FCT Area Council Elections. 

INEC similarly settled the most recent day for crusades for February 14, 2019, for Presidential and National Assembly Elections and additionally February 28, 2018, for Governorship, State Assembly, and FCT Area Council Elections. 

"Today, it is precisely 402 days to the opening of surveying units across the country at 8am on Saturday sixteenth February 2019. As political gatherings and competitors peddle the help of the electorate, the Commission wishes to speak to one and all to shun intensity and lead their exercises with respectability. 

The 2015 General Election was a watershed ever. The Commission is resolved to expand on this heritage by guaranteeing that our races continue showing signs of improvement", Yakubu promised. 

INEC had on March 9, 2017, reported the dates for the 2019 General Elections. 

"In an unmistakable takeoff from past training when dates were declared near decisions, the Commission chose that consequently our Presidential and National Assembly races will hang on the third Saturday Of the long stretch of February of every race year, while Governorship and State Assembly races will hold two weeks after the fact. At the point when the finish of the residency of the FCT Area Councils match with the general decision, the FCT Council races are to be joined with the Governorship and State Assembly races. 

By these choices, the Commission settled Saturday sixteenth February 2019 as the date for Presidential and National Assembly races while Governorship and State Assembly races will hang on Saturday second March 2019. Since the finish of the residency of FCT Chairmen and Councilors will end in 2019, the Area Council decisions will likewise hang on Saturday 2nld March 2019. 

Thus, while different Nigerians choose their Governors and Members of State Assemblies, natives in the FCT will choose Chairmen and Councilors for the Area Councils", the INEC manager reviewed. 

As indicated by him, the choice of the Commission to settle decision dates is to cause sureness in the country's discretionary logbook and to empower all partners to get ready satisfactorily for races, similar to the case in many develop and creating vote based systems. 

"As of now, the Commission has finished up its Strategic Plan and the Strategic Plan of Action for the current constituent cycle and past covering the period 2017-2021 and also Election Project Plan. The Commission is moving far from the way of life of convenient solution, tire detachment way to deal with the administration of races in Nigeria. 

As our popular government develops, the arranging and execution of discretionary exercises ought to be unsurprising and efficient. 

This is all the more relevant given the size and populace of the nation, the landscape, strategic necessities, the expanding number of political gatherings, security challenges and various voting demographics for which races are to be held. For example, in 2019 the Commission will lead decisions for 1,558 Constituencies made up of one Presidential Constituency, 29 Governorship voting public out of 36 (7 Governorship races are amazed and led off-cycle), 109 Senatorial Districts, 360 Federal Constituencies, 991 State Assembly Constituencies, 6 Area Council Chairmen and in addition 62 Councillorship positions for the FCT", Yakubu included. 

He said INEC will today additionally issue testaments of enlistment to 21 new political gatherings who were enrolled a month ago.
Gov. Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State has uncovered that he washed dead bodies as a young to pay his educational cost charges while tutoring abroad. 

Ajimobi unveiled this at a South-West Youths Regional Summit on Tuesday in Osogbo. 

The representative, while asking the adolescent to have an inspirational outlook toward diligent work, said his folks just sent him 30 dollars every through howdy remain abroad. 

Ajimobi said "I cleared out Nigeria in 1963 to ponder abroad, yet all through my stay there, I was washing dead bodies to help myself to go to class. 

"At whatever point I returned home from work, I will sob, recalling the quantity of dead bodies I washed. 

"My supervisor at work at that point said I ought not be apprehensive or fear, including that such inclination is typical for first comers. 

"He urged me to dependably observe those dead bodies as frosted fish. 

"In any case, despite seemingly insurmountable opposition, I survived and that is the reason I am encouraging young people to see diligent work as the best way to progress. 

"I am stating this to challenge the young of our cutting edge not to surrender. 

"This is our shot as young people and as Yorubas to meet up to diagram an effective pathway for the nation.'' 

Ajimobi, be that as it may, asked Yoruba pioneers and governors to join for the advance of the Yoruba race.