Conte Lauds Morata’s Commitment

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Antonio Conte, club manager at Chelsea, has hailed Alvaro Morata as a tireless worker, afer opening the scoring against Brighton.

Morata found the net one minute after the rest, scoring the 10th goal.

Marcos Alonso extended the lead, after gettimg on the end of a Fabregas pass.

“Morata is our number nine and is important,” Conte said, as quoted by BBC Sport.

“Today he played a good game with and without the ball, his commitment was great. But I’m happy with the commitment of all my players.”

“In the first half we had the right chances to score but didn’t take them,” he said, having lost defender Andreas Christensen to illness before the match. “For this reason it becomes difficult because your opponent stays with 10 players behind the ball.

“In the second half we settled very well and created many chances. It was a good performance with good intensity.

“It’s the same performance against Everton – against Everton we showed 25 times we had shots on goal but today we scored twice. We are in a good moment of form and just continue this way.”

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360Gospel: Avantii Uzor – Covenant Keeping God

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Anointed gospel music minister ‘Avantii Uzor’ releases a new single on her birthday 21st Dec 2017 to thank God for keeping his Covenant with us.

Covenant Keeping God is a song of praise unto the Lord, calling upon and praising His marvelous name. This song is also as a thank you to all who have supported her ministry, the song is available for free download on her website [] from now until Jan 1st, 2018.

Avantii Uzor wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.


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Christmas Day Attack: 6 Feared Killed In Benue

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No less than six people were reportedly killed on Christmas day after unknown gunmen invaded Utonkon village in Ado local government area of Benue State.

While the Benue State Police Command is claiming that only two people died in the attack, it was learnt that the attackers also seriously wounded several other persons while many were declared missing.

According to eyewitnesses, the four-man gang stormed the community on motorbikes while some of the locals were busy sharing meat they had bought for the Christmas celebration.

An eyewitness told The Nation: “I had gone to the village to visit a friend at about 2:00 p.m. when suddenly, we saw about four men on motorbikes, armed with pump action riffles shooting sporadically at the people who were busy sharing the meat they bought for the Christmas festivity.

“People were scampering for safety, women and children were crying and running into nearby bushes to take cover. About six persons were not so lucky as they were gunned down in cold blood.

“The armed men at a point came down from their bikes and started moving from one compound to another as if they were searching for something or somebody, shooting at anything in sight including animals.”

“Shortly after, they all mounted their bikes and fled.

The injured persons were rushed to the General hospital in Igumale for treatment.

The state Police Public Relations Officer, Moses Yamu, who confirmed the incident said only two persons were killed during the attack while five others sustained injuries.

“The information at my disposal indicated that the attack was carried out by two yet-to- be identified gunmen who stormed the village on motorbikes. But investigation into the matter has commenced,” he said.

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Kane: Alli Thrives On Boos

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Harry Kane, says his Tottenham teammate, Dele Alli thrives best on jeers on the field of play.

The England international teammate was targeted by the Burnley crowd, after an early tackle on Charlie Taylor resulted in only a yellow. And it was fuelled after he won a penalty, via what many feels was a dive.

Alli was not spared by the home crowd, but that did not seem to affect him and Kane says he finds it motivating.

“I think it makes him play better,” Kane said. “You saw him against Burnley – I thought it was fantastic. He fed off the crowd.
“He was the pantomime villain out there but he got two assists – the penalty and my third goal. That’s when he’s at his best. Hopefully he continues like that.

“Dele was great. He was aggressive – we were all aggressive and that’s what we said [before the game]. We had to come out, press, make runs behind, be aggressive and brave with the ball. That’s what happened and we deserved to win.

“He’s a great person and he’s a great player. He’s got that aggressive side to him and that’s what makes him who he is.

“I don’t think he stepped over the mark at all against Burnley. I think the penalty was definitely a penalty, but of course away from home you always get fans getting on someone’s back and it was Dele [that time].

“But Dele is staying focused. It’s important for us that he plays like he did – I thought he was fantastic. People are going to talk.

“In football, there’s always someone criticising you and it’s about how you cope with that. I think he’s doing well.”

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Psychologists Claim ‘Selfitis’ – The Obsessive Need To Post Selfies – Is Now A Mental Disorder

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This might be coming as a bad news to selfie-takers as psychologists have warned that ‘Selfitis’ – the obsessive need to post selfies on social media – is now a mental disorder; meaning it could have a negative impact on our mental health.

According to the International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Selfitis is an obsessive compulsive desire to take photos of oneself and post them on social media as a way to makeup for the lack of self-esteem and to fill a gap in intimacy.

In a more literal sense, it means those of our friends who usually flood their Instagram and other social media feeds with pictures of themselves – which were actually taken by them – may be suffering from a genuine “psychological complex”.

A beautiful girl taking a selfie: NigerianBulletin

A beautiful girl taking a selfie: NigerianBulletin

The term “Selfitis” was first coined in 2014 in a satirical article but has now been recognised by the American Psychiatric Association.

Following on from the hoax, researchers at Nottingham Trent University and Thiagarajar School of Management in India decided to investigate whether there was any iota of truth in the phenomenon.

After the research, they have now confirmed that the ‘selfitis’ does indeed exist and have even developed a ‘Selfitis Behaviour Scale’ which can be used to assess its severity.

Speaking on this, Dr Mark Griffiths, Distinguished Professor of Behavioural Addiction in Nottingham Trent University’s Psychology Department, said:

“A few years ago, stories appeared in the media claiming that the condition of selfitis was to be classed as a mental disorder by the American Psychiatric Association.

“Whilst the story was revealed to be a hoax, it didn’t mean that the condition of selfitis didn’t exist. We have now appeared to confirm its existence and developed the world’s first Selfitis Behaviour Scale to assess the condition.”

Through the study, which was carried out with 400 participants from India, as the country has the most users on Facebook, the Selfitis Behaviour Scale was developed, which can be used to determine how severely people are afflicted by the condition.

It is understood that the scale, which runs from one to 100, was developed using a large number of focus groups with 200 participants to determine what factors drove selfitis.

Using a scale of one, for strongly disagree, to five for strongly agree, people can determine how acute their selfitis is by responding to statements such as “sharing my selfies creates healthy competition with my friends and colleagues”, and “I feel more popular when I post my selfies on social media”.

The findings, first published in the International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, confirmed that there are three levels of selfitis.

Borderline cases are people who take selfies at least three times a day, but do not post them on social media. Next is the ‘acute’ phase of the disorder where the pictures are posted. In the third ‘chronic’ stage, people feel an uncontrollable urge to take photos of one’s self round the clock, posting them more than six times a day.

Researchers also found that typical ‘selfitis’ sufferers were attention seekers, often lacking in self confidence, who were hoping to boost their social standing and feel part of a group by constantly posting images of themselves.

For study participants, 34 percent had borderline selfitis, 40.5 percent acute and 25.5 percent chronic. The obsessive selfie-taking was more likely to hit males at 57.5 percent compared to 42.5 for females. Less surprisingly, the 16-to-20-year-old age group, the youngest in the study, was also the most susceptible. Nine percent took more than eight selfies a day while about 25 percent shared at least three images on social media every day.

Lending voice on the matter, Dr Janarthanan Balakrishnan, a research associate from Nottingham Trent’s Department of Psychology, said:

“Typically, those with the condition suffer from a lack of self-confidence and are seeking to ‘fit in’ with those around them, and may display symptoms similar to other potentially addictive behaviours.

“Now the existence of the condition appears to have been confirmed, it is hoped that further research will be carried out to understand more about how and why people develop this potentially obsessive behaviour, and what can be done to help people who are the most affected.”

However, not everyone in the field is convinced:

Speaking to The Telegraph, Mark Salter, a spokesman for The Royal College of Psychiatrists, said that selfitis doesn’t exist, and suggested it is irresponsible to try and label human behaviour in this way.

“There is a tendency to try and label a whole range of complicated and complex human behaviours with a single word,” he said. “But that is dangerous because it can give something reality where it really has none.”

Also speaking on the matter, Sir Simon Wessely, Professor of Psychological Medicine at King’s College London, was more skeptical about the proposed new condition.

He said: “The research suggests that  people take selfies to improve their mood, draw attention to themselves, increase their self confidence and connect with their environment.

“If that is true then this paper is itself an academic ‘selfie’.”

Meanwhile, there are other technologically related mental health disorders which have been identified in recent years.

Here are the mental health disorders below:

  • Nomophobia; the fear of not being near a mobile phone
  • Technoference; the constant intrusion of technology in everyday life
  • Cyberchondria; feeling ill after searching online for symptoms of illness

Psychologists Claim 'Selfitis’ - The Obsessive Need To Post Selfies - Is Now A Mental Disorder

Psychologists Claim 'Selfitis’ - The Obsessive Need To Post Selfies - Is Now A Mental Disorder

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Mourinho: Burnley Has A Shot At Europe

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Jose Mourinho, Manchester United manager has confidence in Burnley challenging for Europe.

Burnley are the surprise of the Premier League this season, sitting seventh on the table midway through the season.

Mourinho has heaped praise on Sean Dyche’s side, and believes they have a shot at Europe.

“If survival was the objective, I think the objective is in the pocket, it’s totally under control,” he told Sky Sports News.

“If the objective is to finish top 10, they will do it. If the objective is to fight for European positions, they are there so they have the right to fight, so it’ll be a difficult opponent.

“If you compare what they are doing with the initial objectives, it’s a very good season.”

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Guardiola: My Players Are Not Tired

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Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola is not worried about fatigue stalling his high-flying side.

The Cityzens stormed to the top of the table, and are 13 points clear, with 18 wins from 19 games and 60 goals to their name.

City’s high attacking intensity has been praised, but could prove to be their undoing during a busy christmas period, but Guardiola is not concerned.

“Fatigue, I don’t think so. It may happen but we’ve a good enough squad,” the Spaniard told UK newspapers.

“Gabriel [Jesus] didn’t play against Bournemouth – he played 120 minutes against Leicester and he’s the biggest fighter in high pressing I’ve seen in my life. He helps us a lot with our intensity.

“Danilo, Bernardo [Silva], [Ilkay] Gundogan all helped us against Bournemouth. We have Yaya [Toure]. Last game, [Oleksandr] Zinchenko was man of the match and he was not in the squad against Bournemouth.

“Of course we will rotate in this period. We have a game every four days. Everyone that has played in the past is going to play in the future.”

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Nigerian Troops Pursue Boko Haram Insurgents After Failed Maiduguri Attack

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The Nigerian Army said its troops had been in pursuit of Boko Haram insurgents after repelling insurgents’ attack at Moloi area of Maiduguri.

Maj.-Gen. Rogers Nicholas, the Theatre Commander, Operation Lafiya Dole, disclosed this in a statement in Maiduguri.

Nicholas said that the troops had successfully repelled the attack while ground troops and the Nigerian Air Force were on hot pursuit, interdicting the fleeing terrorists now in disarray.

Nicholas disclosed that the insurgents used Improvised Explosive Device (IED) and gun trucks to attack a military post at Moloi area, an outskirts of Maiduguri.

He said the insurgents tried to infiltrate the town to steal food stuffs.

“No loss of lives to own troops and normalcy has since been restored.

According to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), the commander disclosed that the insurgents set two vehicles ablaze and torched thatched houses at the outskirts of the city gate in their retreat.

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Drama As Buhari Is Confused About His Age – “I Thought I Was 74 But Was Told I’m 75”

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There was a mild drama that may stir up fresh controversy over the real age of Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari after he said he thought he was 74 but was told he was 75.

Buhari said this when the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Muhammed Bello, led a delegation to pay him Christmas homage at the Presidential Villa, Abuja on Monday.

The president had on December 17, celebrated his birthday with some governors and family members.

Wikipedia also records that Buhari was born on December 17, 1942, (age 75) in Daura, in present day Katsina State.

However, while appreciating his guests for the visit, Buhari recalled the health challenge that kept him away from the country for months earlier in the year, admitting that 2017 had been a tumultuous year for him.

His words: “I am very grateful (to you) for taking time out on a very important day to come out and spend it with us.

“It has been a tumultuous year. I am thinking I am 75. I thought I was 74 but I was told I’m 75.

“I have never been so sick, not even during the 30-month civil war that I was stumbling under farm of yams or cassava.

“But this sickness…I don’t know, but I came out better. All those who saw me before said I looked much better when I came back.

“But I have explained it to the public that as a General, I used to give orders. But now, I take orders. The doctors told me to feed my stomach and sleep for longer hours. That is why I am looking much better.”

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Between Petroleum Minister, Buhari And ‘Fuel Scarcity Minister’, Kachikwu

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Between Petroleum Minister, Buhari And ‘Fuel Scarcity Minister’, Kachikwu – Fisayo Soyombo

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“At home we face enormous challenges. Insecurity, pervasive corruption, the hitherto unending and seemingly impossible fuel and power shortages are the immediate concerns. We are going to tackle them head on. Nigerians will not regret that they have entrusted national responsibility to us.”

— Muhammadu Buhari May 29, 2015.

Nigerians are already regretting entrusting leadership to President Muhammadu Buhari. Although on assumption of office in 2015, he promised to tackle the problem “head on”, Buhari the President will only take secondary seat in the apportioning of blames for the raging fuel scarcity. But, as you will find out if you read the next few paragraphs, this does not in any wat excuse the man from culpability in the mess.

This piece was written by Fisayo Soyombo. The views and opinions expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of

In what we were made to believe was his determination to clean up the notoriously opaque and corrupt oil industry, Buhari refused to appoint a Petroleum Minister, consequently ensuring that while he can escape immediate blame for the farcical goings-on in other ministries, he will be primarily held responsible for the oil ministry’s shortcomings. This is why this piece is about Muhammadu Buhari the Minister — not Muhammadu Buhari the President.

With the benefit of hindsight, Buhari didn’t quite understand the intricacies of the ministry he appointed himself to oversee. As has already been seen of his party, the All Progressives Congress (APC), Buhari was desperate for power but wasn’t desperate to govern. That is why, for example, it took him six months to appoint ministers. How does a man run the full length of an electioneering cycle without already identifying the core of the people he would work with?

At the risk of committing reductionism, Buhari needed to answer two questions that were critical to the continuous availability of petrol: does the government rehabilitate the refineries or privatise them? And how do we strengthen the purchasing power of marketers, given the weak value of the naira?

On the first, Kachikwu, then Group Managing Director (GMD) of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), never hid his belief that the refineries should be sold, as they were working at 30percent capacity. But Buhari overruled him. Two-and-half years after, what do we have? None of the refineries operates at 60 percent capacity; and all, combined together, only produce 5percent of the country’s daily petrol need of 30million litres/day. So, on the score of raising in-country refining capacity, there has been no progress.

On the second, fuel marketers are in a worse situation now than they were in May 2015: The naira isn’t stronger against the dollar. When Buhari assumed office in 2015, the naira traded at 199 to a dollar at the inter-bank market. Today, it is 359, courtesy of a string of questionable moves, including stubbornly refusing to devalue the currency when self-devaluation was already evident at the parallel market and arresting BDC operators in a failed military-style effort to control the currency (which boomeranged, anyway). The naira is far more unstable now than it was in 2015, no thanks to the operation of at least five exchange rates: the official CBN rate, BTA rate stipulated by CBN for banks, parallel market rate, investors and exporters window, and the interbank rate. Confusing!

At the black market — arguably the most important given the difficulty of accessing the dollar at official rates — the dollar currently sells for N367. With all these figures, compared with the N197 exchange rate of the naira back in May 2016 when the pump price of petrol was raised to N145/litre, and coupled with the greed of fuel marketers, it was only a matter of time before the fuel scarcity of March 216 returned.

Now, having teleguided the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) all tenure, and having arrogated the leadership of the petroleum ministry to himself, Buhari, as Petroleum Minister, should be taking responsibility for the crisis; and his sycophantic Federal Executive Council (FEC) should be giving him, not Kachikwu, the marching orders to resolve the crisis. Worryingly but unsurprisingly, Buhari has remained aloof, watching in the background — maybe not even giving a damn — as Kachikwu and Maikanti Baru deal with the mess of discussing the scarcity with the media and the larger public.

From the beginning of the crisis till at least December 23, when he finally held a meeting with Baru, it can be argued that Buhari was unaware of the severity of the fuel crisis. The interpretation is that he abdicated his self-set responsibility as Petroleum Minister. Unless Buhari really thinks Kachikwu is Fuel Scarcity Minister, it is improper for him to name himself Minister yet disappear and push kachikwu forward in periods of PMS scarcity. That’s not leadership. At this point, Buhari the Minister should not be waiting for briefings from Kachikwu or Baru. What would it cost him to get on a helicopter and fly round three sample states, for example, to see the sufferings of the people and feel their fury with his government — to see the failings of a ministry he oversees?

To further heighten the grief of the people, Buhari released a Christmas Message to Nigerians without mentioning the fuel hardship. The 12-paragraph statement talked about the joy of Christmas but evaded the pain of the scarcity. Terrible if Buhari didn’t know about the scarcity at the time, unforgivable if he deliberately ignored us.

When he finally spoke, it was under suspicious circumstances. At 7:58 am on December 24, Atiku Abubakar — and this should not be misconstrued as an endorsement of the candidature of Nigeria’s most partisanly unstable politician — tweeted to assuage the fuel scarcity-induced pains of the people. More than five hours later, Buhari made his first public utterance on the scarcity. So, what changed between Saturday, when the President released his Christmas Message, and Sunday? If Atiku, likely his number-one challenger in 2019, didn’t talk, would the President have spoken?

And what did he say? Buhari the Minister said he was “being regularly briefed” by the NNPC; briefed about his own ministry! He “sympathised with all Nigerians”, as though we are all beggars whom his administration is distributing petrol to without charge. And, finally, he told us not to expect any more comments on the matter from him; this is how he disguised it: “Let me also assure that the relevant agencies will continue to provide updates on the situation.”

Buhari cannot be approving multi-million-dollar Crude term and Direct Sale Direct Purchase (DSDP) contracts in his capacity as Petroleum Minister and then vanish into thin air in moments of leadership. It’s nothing other than cowardice, and is least expected of one with the reputation of military might. He must ask himself, too, what he really wants to do with the first-class brains and innovative governance approach of Kachikwu. Is fuel supply management all Buhari needs Kachikwu to do? It’s time Buhari manned up to the numerous and enormous responsibilities of the Petroleum Minister or appointed someone else — whether Kachikwu or someone else from the North as usual — to do the job!

-Soyombo, Editor of the International Centre for Investigative Reporting (ICIR), tweets @fisayosoyombo

This piece was written by Fisayo Soyombo. The views and opinions expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of

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Pablo Ayodeji: Nigerians React As Twitter Swindler Admits To Defrauding Unsuspecting Users

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A Nigerian Twitter user by the name Pablo Ayodeji (@PabloAyodeji) has owned up to swindling scores of unsuspecting users on the micro blogging platform, barely a few hours after his infamous vocation was brought to light in ignominy.

His admittance comes on the back of an outrage on social media that beams the spotlight on how unscrupulous elements have been taking advantage of people’s generosity to perpetrate Machiavellian skullduggery.

Trouble started on Monday morning after a Twitter user @nuellaa_ag tweeted that ‘she’ had recently lost her job and sought for financial help.

Minutes after tweeting, the appeal got the necessary attention as it garnered numerous retweets, prompting many users to request for the bank account ‘she’ provided in order to transfer what they can afford.

Suddenly, a very curious user observed that something was not right and quickly raised the alarm.

It turned out that the handle has had a pattern of requesting for financial support using different screen names online and a history of pleading for money using different stories.

To further buttress these claims, the Wema Bank account information provided by @nuellaa_ag actually matched the name of ‘Adeniji Olaoluwa Ayodeji’, @PabloAyodeji.

This is not the first time that Pablo will be on the news as he had once provided the account details when he had a spat with a lady after a date went all wrong in March 2017.

After initially denying being a con artist, Pablo subsequently admitted to being one following the outrage that was meted out on him on social media, coupled with threats of both physical and legal backlash against him.

“So I take responsibility for scamming people on the TL. Nothing I say will justify what i did. But mans was really broke and that seemed like my last resort. I’ll still be dealt with so this is not a get out jail card,” he tweeted.

Despite his apology, some Twitter users still vented their anger on him.

See tweets below:

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The YOLO Concert With Seyi Shay & Friends – NEW YEARS EVE (DEC 31st)

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FLU3NT- M.E.S.L a media, entertainment, sports and lifestyle engagement network, as part of it’s tradition to showcase the very essence of pop culture, Team FLU3NT has partnered with YOUNG NATION, Twenty20, Alp360, Perception Media and Hard Rock Cafe to bring you – The Yolo Concert with Seyi Shay and friends.

Seyi Shay is one of Nigeria’s leading entertainers and unique musical voices. This concert is testament to her success and a grand way to see out 2017.

Promising to be the climax event to see off the year, the concert will feature some of her friends – Niniola, Praiz, Ric Hassani, Sound Sultan, Dj Neptune, and many others!!

What a great way to see the new year!!!!

TICKETS: Regular: N10,000; Tables of 6 – N150,000

This concert is presented by YOUNG NATION, powered by F3L!VE and supported by MUSIC+, TWENTY20, STARGURL, ALP360, PERCEPTION MEDI in partnership with BEAT 99.9 FM, SOUNDCITY, and the 360NoBS, NETNG, LINDA IKEJI MEDIA and ONOBELLO, Packaged by FLU3NT

Tickets can be purchased physically at HardRock Cafe.

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Concerned Stakeholders In The Music Industry Petition COSON For Straying Away From Objectives

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A group of concerned stakeholders in the music industry has written a petition to the Board of the Copyright Society of Nigeria Ltd/Gte (COSON) in which it accused the Board of apparently “straying away from the main purpose for which the Society was created for.”

The accusation was contained in a petition dated October 30, 2017 and titled “A CALL FOR BALANCE AND TRANSPARENCY,” which was also made available to 360nobs on Monday, December 25, 2017.

In the petition, which was jointly signed by Evangelist Ebenezer-Obey Fabiyi (MFR) of Obey Group; Mr. Bode Akinyemi of Ivory Music; Chief Rogers E. Okonkwo of Rogers All Stars; Chief C. Osita Okeke of Ossy Afasson; Mr. Laolu Akintobi of Composer and Mr. Toju Ejueyitchie of Premier Music, the concerned stakeholders, an amalgamation of 6 groups, which described themselves as the “undersigned,” claimed that its members are not receiving optimal benefit for their sweat.

The group also vented dissatisfaction on the fact that “a second society has been approved for musical works and sound recordings for the Music industry” taking into account that COSON was created with the sole purpose to strengthen the “Collective Management of Copyrights in Nigeria” and also bring about “great gains to rights owners.”

It however appealed to the Board that “pragmatic steps need to be taken to bring about unity in our industry so that we return to a state where we have only one Collective Management Organization for musical works and sound recordings.”

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3 Feared Dead As Abuja Imposes Curfew On Bwari Town

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Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has imposed a 6 6 a.m. curfew on Bwari township.

The Minister of FCTA, Malam Muhammad Bello, after a closed-door meeting with stakeholders in the Area Council, declared the curfew while assessing the damages caused by a crisis that erupted in the town on Monday.

He told newsmen that three people died during the incidence.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the curfew followed a criss that erupted between two suspected cult groups in the town on Christmas day.

NAN learnt that the crisis broke out in the early hours of the morning when some suspected groups of cultists stormed the centre of the town, forming barricades and burning car tires at major junctions.

The rioters deprived commuters and motorists of access to public roads and forced many residents to remain indoor.

Emergency workers have since started to put out fires that razed the Bwari market while the FCT Police Command says it has begun investigation to ascertain those behind the rampage.


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