Date
September 4, 2018

MUSIC: Ayanfe Viral – Adekunle Gold

Many have been mistaken “Ayanfe Viral” to “Adekunle Gold“, not because of their facial looks but for their Similar Concept to Music, Techniques, Style and Voice. Even Though this song will convince you the rumours are not so, many will still have problems in admitting, “why??” Because “Ayanfe Viral” is just too much. “Salute” The success of this song comes in hand with the work of “Festus Awoyemi” P.K.A “FestBeat“, “FDY Beatz” And Co-song Writer “Owodunni Majekodunmi” P.K.A MJK & “Mullah Da Manager” DOWNLOAD HERE [Read]

E.U releases €138 million to fund Lake Chad region

….Nigeria gets largest chunk of €74.5m The European Union (E.U) has released €138 million for humanitarian and development funding for Nigeria and other Lake Chad basin countries and Cameroon. The development assistance announced will go to the four countries in the region: Nigeria (€74.5 million), Niger (€32.2 million), Chad (€33.2 million), and Cameroon (€2.7 million), for a combined amount of €143 million, out of which €34.7 was announced earlier this year. The sum of €58.75 million was announced in July 2018 as part of humanitarian assistance provided by the EU to the Sahel countries. Prolonged violence and insecurity has worsened the humanitarian crisis in the Africa’s Lake Chad basin, affecting [Read]

BUSINESS AND ECONOMY: CBN awaits MTN’s action on $8.1b refund order

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is not worried by MTN’s denial of alleged illegal repatriation of $8,134,312,397.63 it levelled against the mobile giant. An official, who was reacting to MTN’s denial of the allegation, was asked what the CBN will do “in the event that MTN refuses to pay back the $8.1 billion and when the ‘immediate effect’ deadline given to MTN will expire?” The official, who refused to be named, said: “When we get to that bridge, we’ll know how to cross it.” To some experts, the CBN has taken a bold stand against banks and the company for alleged money laundering. The MTN on Thursday rejected the [Read]

INSECURITY: SGF inaugurates committee on peace commission

Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Mr. Boss Mustapha, has inaugurated the committee on the establishment of a National Peace Commission with the acting Director General of the Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution, Dr. Bakut Bakut as chairman. Mustapha, who was represented by the Permanent Secretary, Special Duties, Dr. Amina Bello said the National Economic Council recommended the establishment of the commission and peace agencies for states after reviewing the security situation of Nigeria in August 2017. The committee has three months to accomplish its task and submit reports. The IPCR Information Officer, Abu Michael said in a statement in Abuja on Monday that the NEC had identified [Read]

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo launches Traders Moni in Osun State (See Photos)

Vice President Professor Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, earlier today Tuesday September 4 visited Iwo town in Osun State, where he launched the Trader Moni Scheme; a Government Enterprise and Empowerment Program for petty traders. NEWS FLAKES NG also gathered that the Vice President also visited the Odo- Ori market and Abbatoir in Iwo, where he interacted with some traders and butchers. He was  accompanied by the Governor of Osun State, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola; Dep. Governor Osun State, Mrs. Titilayo Laoye-Tomori; Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale Akanbi; and other FG and State government officials. SEE MORE PHOTOS FROM THE VISIT and LAUNCHING BELOW as obtained by NEWS FLAKES NG: Meanwhile, as [Read]

SHOCKING: Lagos Police Officer Dies While Having sex in His Office

NEWS FLAKES NG gathers that a Superintendent of Police identified as Sunday Eguakhide, on August 24, about 11.30a.m., died while making love to a mother of two in his office at the Police College Ikeja in Lagos State. Our source reports that Eguakhide had less than a week to his retirement, when the incident occurred. The lover, upon being arrested, denied having anything to do with his death. According to her, the deceased was fond of taking sex enhancement drugs whenever they wanted to have sex. She was quoted as saying: “He always used to have sex with me in his office. He had already gone once, but as usual, [Read]

2019: David Mark joins presidential race, to pick forms Tuesday

Former Senate President, David Alechenu Bonaventure Mark, would later today, September 4, pick his presidential interest and nomination forms ahead of the 2019 presidential elections. NEWS FLAKES gathered that Mark, also knowns as ”the Okpokpowulu K’Idoma” will contest on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP. Mark will be joining his predecessor, Bukola Saraki, Rabiu Kwankwaso, Atiku Abubakar and others to battle for the PDP presidential ticket. Confirming the development to our source on Monday, James Oche, national coordinator of Doo2Door for David Mark, said his principal, after a nationwide consultation has decided to join the presidential race to salvage the entity called Nigeria from a total collapse. . [Read]

2019: Buhari is healthier than 80% of Nigerians – Ngige

Chris Ngige, a medical doctor and the current Minister of Labour and Employment, has revealed that President Buhari is healthier than 80% of Nigerians.  According to him: “That man (Buhari) you see there is healthier than 80 percent of Nigerians. I’m a medical doctor, I can tell you authoritatively that he is healthier than most people who see his health as an issue. . He sits for over eight hours during our executive meetings. While some of us would be going for tea break to stretch our legs, Mr President would sit on his seat continuously, drinking only water. I can tell you authoritatively as a medical doctor of over [Read]

SHOCKING: Hairdresser Stabs Neighbour to Death for Calling her ‘Shaku-Shaku’

NEWS FLAKES NG gathers that a 23-year-old hairdresser, Opeyemi Adamson, has allegedly killed her neighbour, Taiwo Olowookere, at their house in the Meiran area of Lagos State. Our source  gathered that 28-year-old Taiwo lived with the suspect’s mother-in-law, who accommodated her after she separated from her husband. Opeyemi, who lived with her husband, stayed in the same compound with the victim. The duo were said to have nursed animosity towards each other until Friday, August 24 when things took a tragic turn. The deceased had reportedly complained about Opeyemi’s eight-months-old baby, saying the child’s noise disturbed her. The suspect reportedly insulted her, which led to exchange of words. NEWS FLAKES [Read]