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#EndSARS: Lawyer who filed a lawsuit against Pastor Adeyemi, Aisha Yesufu, Davido, Falz and 47 others is fake and never called to bar – NBA

#EndSARS: Lawyer who filed a lawsuit against Pastor Adeyemi, Aisha Yesufu, Davido, Falz and 47 others is fake and never called to bar - NBA

Kenechukwu Okeke, the self acclaimed lawyer who filed a criminal complaint before an Abuja Magistrate Court over the actions of 50 persons, including celebrities during the October 2020 EndSARS struggles has been found to be fake as confirmed by the Nigerian Bar Association.    When the lawsuit against the #EndSARS protesters …

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Lagos state police command arrests and parades 113 COVID19 violators (photos)

Lagos state police command arrests and parades 113 COVID19 violators (photos)

The Commissioner of Police, Lagos State,  CP Hakeem Odumosu today March 8 paraded One Hundred and Thirteen (113) men and women at the Command Headquarters, Ikeja for the violation of COVID19 protocols in the state.   Ademuyiwa Adejobi, spokesperson of the command said the violators were arrested on Sunday, March 7 at …

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Stephanie Linus’ talks sexual violence in ‘Hey Woman’, a new monologue marking international women’s day

Stephanie Linus' talks sexual violence in 'Hey Woman', a new monologue marking international women's day

With drum beats echoing in a dark background, Linus presses on in a nearly 6-minute call to action monologue that addresses topics on sexual violence and oppression. Taking to her Instagram page, the ace actress wrote: ” ‘Hey Woman’ creatively addresses the various distressing thoughts that cripple a woman’s mind …

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The curious case of young, wealthy label owners in Nigerian music [Pulse Explainer]

The curious case of young, wealthy label owners in Nigerian music [Pulse Explainer]

In the 80’s, dirty money from drug dealers and fraudsters ruled and funded Nigerian entertainment. Fuji, Juju and Apala artists would hail Nigerian celebrities and socialites across the world because from those men came the real money. At Nigerian parties, the 90’s trend was to spray foreign currencies at parties. …

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