Job opportunities in Nigeria

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My client, School for Startups, is seeking to assemble a local team to support their School for Startups Programme in Nigeria. The project team will include a Programme Director, Programme Coordinator, programme Assistant and 30 Monitors. They will all be based in Nigeria.
School for Startups have been invited by Federal Ministry of Finance, Nigeria and UK Department for International Development (DFID) to support The Youth Enterprise with Innovation in Nigeria (You WIN!). The core component of You WIN! is a Business Plan Competition through which 1,200 winners have been selected. The winning entries are a mix of start-ups and existing enterprises that are looking to expand.
School for Startups will run a year long programme for the 1,200 Business Plan Competition winners across six geopolitical zones of Nigeria. The programme will include intensive training programme of ‘boot camps’ and e-learning support provided to build business skills. The year long programme will end with an Awards Ceremony in Nigeria.
School for Startups is a leading provider of business training for entrepreneurs and small businesses. Since 2008, School for Startups has trained more than 12,000 entrepreneurs in face to face and online classes. For further information about School for Startups and its programmes is attached.
I would welcome your support in helping me to identify suitable candidates for the post for Programme Director, Programme Co-ordinator, Programme Assistant and Independent Monitors for the programme.
Please find attached brief job description together with project background information. At this stage I would like to gather CV’s of the potential candidates together with their contact details. The full list will be reviewed with School for Startups followed by an interview via Skype or face to face in Nigeria. We hope to make the final appointments by the end of May.
We are working to a tight schedule. I would appreciate if you can please let me have any suggestions by Monday 7th May. We will review all the candidates’ week of 7th May; select and interview week 14th May and appoint by week 21st May.
Parminder Vir

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National Symposium on the Findings of the House Committee on Fuel Subsidy by N-Katalyst

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Like most Nigerians, N-Katalyst, a non partisan network of individuals across different sectors who have deep commitment to the promotion of Nigerian unity and progressive change are shocked at the revelations from the House Committee on Fuel Subsidy. We have evidence before us of the most monumental mega corruption on our nation’s history. Nigerians must rise and stop this massive looting of our resources and punish the culprits. N-Katalysts invites citizens, the international community and the media to a symposium to address the issues and map out a plan of action on the imperative of accountability.
Chair:                         Maryam Uwais
Speakers:                 Dr Otive Igbuzor – Review of report
                                    Dr Chidi Odinkalu – Corruption and the Human Rights of
 Nigerians
                                    Dr Hussaini Abdu – Civil Society Engagement
                                    Yemi Candide-Johnson SAN – What Anti-Corruption
 Agencies Must Do
                                    Clement Nwankwo – What the Legislature Must Do
                                    Bashir Ibrahim – Urgent Imperatives on the Executive
Date: Monday, 30th April 2012
Time: 10 a.m.
Venue: Gombe Jewel Hotel, opposite Dennis Hotel, Wuse 2, Abuja
Convenors
Dr Jibrin Ibrahim                                          Dr Otive Igbuzor
Saudatu Mahdi                                            Bilkisu Yusuf
Ayisha Osori                                                 Prof Ebere Onwudiwe
Yemi Candide-Johnson                             Ayo Obe
Saka Azimazi                                                Clement Nwankwo
Bashir Yusuf Ibrahim                                  Innocent Chukwuma
Chris Kwaja                                                  Hassan Hussaini
Dr A. S. Mohammed                                    Nsongurua Udombana
Asma’u Joda                                                 Nsirimovu Anyakwee
Dr Kabir az Zubair                                       Martin Obono
Dr Hussaini Abdu                                        Aisha Oyebode
Hubert Shaiyan                                            Dr Arabo Ibrahim Bayo

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The Passion of Christ

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Captured this Passion of Christ procession on Good Friday along Agidingbi Road as I drove out in the morning. I’d always seen scenes like this on TV and in the papers but it was my first live view. So I parked by the kerb and shot a few images as the procession by St Leo’s Catholic Church moved along the road towards Coca Cola Junction.

By the way, did you notice the hair? Wonder how well coiffed Christ’s hair was as he was led like a lamb to the slaughter on Calvary.
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Job Opportunity

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JOB LOCATION:    Economic Development Center – Warri , Nigeria
Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta (PIND) is a foundation established to provide support for socio-economic development programmes in the Niger Delta. The foundation will be funding programmes in partnership with other donors from the public and private sector, seeking to create a dynamic, multi-stakeholder partnership that takes full advantage of synergies involving diverse organisations and interests. The Economic Development Center (EDC) will generate opportunities for sustainable and equitable economic development in the Niger Delta.
The foundation is seeking for a qualified candidate to fill the position below;

Chief Security Officer

Responsibilities
a.     Lead operational risk management activities and assessment
b.    Identify protection goals, objectives and metrics consistent with foundation strategic plan
c.     Manage the development and implementation of security policy, standards, guidelines and procedures to ensure ongoing maintenance of security. Physical protection responsibilities will include asset protection, workplace violence prevention, access control systems, video surveillance and more.
d.    Oversee the continuous monitoring and protection of facilities, personnel and information systems.
e.     Maintain relationships with local, state and federal law enforcement and other related government agencies
f.      Oversee incident response planning as well as the investigation of security breaches, and assist with disciplinary and legal matters associated with such breaches as necessary
g.    Environmental scanning on threat, determine level of risk and apply security phases. 
h.    Interfacing with security departments in other organisations
i.      Manage security escorts to support the needs of the center
j.      Work with outside consultants as appropriate for independent security measures
k.    Create, maintain and improve safety in the center.
Educational Qualification
A bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences or any relevant field.  A Masters degree in a relevant field is  an added advantage.
Knowledge, skill and experience
  • Must be an intelligent, articulate and persuasive leader who is able to communicate security-related concepts to a broad range of technical and non-technical staff.
  • Must have strong working knowledge of pertinent law and the law enforcement community.
  • Consensus-builder, while still results-oriented and commitment focused
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Experience with risk analysis and contingency planning 
  • Must have a solid understanding of information technology and information security.
§  10 – 12 years progressive experience working in a security department / organisation / agency.
Suitability statement and CV’s with the job title clearly indicated as the subject of the mail should be sent to; edc@rhizomeng.com. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Applicants from any of the 9 states in the Niger Delta will be given a priority over other applicants
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday, April 13th, 2012

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Goal.com Nigeria launch party

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L-r: Dan Price, Business Development Manager Perform, Lolade Adewuyi, Chief Editor Goal.com Nigeria, Deacon Ayo Ositelu, Editorial Board member The Guardian, Daryn Wober, Managing Director Global Business Development Perform, Tokunbo Adodo, Marketing Manager Non-Alcoholic Drinks, Nigeria Breweries, Ita Bassey, Senior Brand Manager Gulder, and Olayiwola Onafowokan, Head of Value Added Service, Etisalat Nigeria at the launch of Goal.com Nigeria, Oriental Hotel, Lagos on Friday March 30.
Daryn Wober, MD Global Business Development, Perform Media

 The world’s biggest football website Goal.com launched its Nigeria edition on Friday March 30 at the Oriental Hotel, Victoria Island. Here are some photos from the event. Read an article on the website

Goal.com Nigeria Chief Editor Lolade Adewuyi

Lolade Adewuyi, Thisday’s Kunle and Dan Price

Goal.com Nigeria writers Babajide Alaka, Bode Oguntuyi and Emeka Nwani

Sports broadcaster Mitchell Obi, Osa Unwede of 70th Precinct, Daryn Wober

MC Bimbo Adeola

Perform’s Stewart, Lolade, Dan, Daryn and Goal.com columnist Bode Oguntuyi

Goal.com hostesses


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Arise Magazine Lagos Fashion Week – KIKI Clothing

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I was invited by my friend Titi Ademola of KIKI Clothing to her show at the recent Arise Magazine Lagos Fashion Week on Sunday. Here are a few shots from the event. I sadly could not wait till the end to see Ozwald Boateng’s designs but it was a delight to see super model Oluchi walk the ruway, my first time of seeing her.It’s my first time of taking photos on the runway, didn’t prepare for it as I sat in a tight corner of the hall but I hope you get an idea of the show through these shots.

KIKI Clothing models
Designer Titi Ademola of KIKI Clothing Accra, Ghana
Super model Oluchi


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Birds of our Land

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Our wonderful beautiful magical book on birds in Nigeria is finally available, here for more information.  The perfect surprise pressie for the children in your life..

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Red carpet photos from Soul Diaspora’s premiere in Lagos

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Award winning film Soul Diaspora had its Nigerian premiere at the Ozone Cinemas, Yaba on Saturday January 28. Odera Ozoka’s story about the troubled life of a Nigerian immigrant in Los Angeles days before the 9/11 attacks won the 2009 African Movie Academy Awards for best film from a director in the Diaspora. Lead actor Saidu Abu also got a nomination for his gritty performance in the best actor category. On Saturday, the Lagos audience got a look at the film sthat has garnered so much praise at many festivals worldwide. Personally, I wasn’t disappointed. Can’t speak for others who came in expecting a regular Nollywood melodrama. Director Odera had warned me ahead of time that this was not “a date movie” when I asked if I could come with a friend. It’s a noirish story of loneliness in a foreign land, stereotypes, hate, culture shock and the anger and suspicion that followed the attacks on America in September 2001. No plot spoilers here because the movie will open to audiences later this year and I would like for everyone to get shocked by the tragedy of the movie. Here are a few photos from the red carpet event.
Nollywood actress Steph-Nora Okereke

Nollywood actor Emeka Ike

Director Odera Ozoka with his Mother

The film’s star Sadiq Abu

“Chuks” and “Ene” of Tinsel

Journalist Lolade Adewuyi, film producer Clotilde Delavennat and actor Sadiq Abu


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Red carpet photos from Soul Diaspora’s premiere in Lagos

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Award winning film Soul Diaspora had its Nigerian premiere at the Ozone Cinemas, Yaba on Saturday January 28. Odera Ozoka’s story about the troubled life of a Nigerian immigrant in Los Angeles days before the 9/11 attacks won the 2009 African Movie Academy Awards for best film from a director in the Diaspora. Lead actor Saidu Abu also got a nomination for his gritty performance in the best actor category. On Saturday, the Lagos audience got a look at the film sthat has garnered so much praise at many festivals worldwide. Personally, I wasn’t disappointed. Can’t speak for others who came in expecting a regular Nollywood melodrama. Director Odera had warned me ahead of time that this was not “a date movie” when I asked if I could come with a friend. It’s a noirish story of loneliness in a foreign land, stereotypes, hate, culture shock and the anger and suspicion that followed the attacks on America in September 2001. No plot spoilers here because the movie will open to audiences later this year and I would like for everyone to get shocked by the tragedy of the movie. Here are a few photos from the red carpet event.
Nollywood actress Steph-Nora Okereke

Nollywood actor Emeka Ike

Director Odera Ozoka with his Mother

The film’s star Sadiq Abu

“Chuks” and “Ene” of Tinsel

Journalist Lolade Adewuyi, film producer Clotilde Delavennat and actor Sadiq Abu


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The Women of #OccupyNigeria

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Waka music singer Salawa Abeni joined voices with the people at the Gani Fawehinmi Park on Tuesday. Beside her is Joe-Okei Odumakin, a fiery civil society leader who in her own right has become a rallying point for the masses.

 The OccupyNigeria protests have continued into the second day and my attention has been drawn to the role of women in the demonstrations. They have played big roles as much as men in the struggle against tyranny against the Nigerian people by their government. Here are a few of the women I captured during these protests.

Journalist Lolade Sowoolu tweets on her mobile phone during protests at the Gani Fawehinmi Park

Star actress Bimbo Akintola showed up at the OccupyNigeria protests in Ojota to denounce the government

Activist Chioma Ogwuegbu displays her Nigeria colours at the OccupyNigeria protests in Ojota

This young lady joined the protests against fuel subsidy removal at Ojodu.

With a smile, this young lady asks the government to rescind its decision.


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#OccupyNigeria: The birth of a neighbourhood protest

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Dayo Fadugba leads a handful of young men at the start of the protest in Ojodu

 I was privileged to be part of the beginning of a protest in my neigbourhood as the #OccupyNigeria protests against the removal of government subsidy on petroleum commenced today. Dayo Fadugba, former publicity officer of the Obafemi Awolowo University students union, called a group of young men together on Sunday night to sensitise them about the issues on ground. I got wind of it and attended. The stage was set for protests on Monday morning and I was duly woken up by Fadugba’s phone call at 7:16am informing me that they were about to commence.

Without as much as a shower, I jumped out onto the streets, camera in hand, to meet about seven young men, Fadugba inclusive, as they sang around the Ishaga Ojodu-Abiodun area denouncing the government position. We moved from house to house, street to street urging parents to release their young people to join in the protests that affects one and all.

Fadugba said: “You provide water for yourselves, you subsidise your own electricity, you send your children to private schools, they graduate but cannot get jobs and the government wants you to keep quiet, what has the government done for you? If you fight you may win but if you don’t fight you have definitely lost”.

From a handful of people, the crowd grew into almost a thousand signifying the anger of many Nigerians at their government’s anti-human policies. We moved towards the Ojodu-Abiodun Police Post where Emeka Nwonyi, the divisional police officer, asked the young men and women to protest peacefully even as he acknowledged the fact that policemen also feel the pinch of the policy.

The procession then moved to the Berger Roundabout where it occupied before moving on towards Omole and onwards to Ojota where the larger #OccupyNigeria party was being held.

From seven people to more than a thousand, there is power in the peoples’ anger.

A banner says: We no fit shout

Writing the signs

Protesting for his future

Bring an end to corruption

No to fuel subsidy removal

Fadugba addresses Emeka Nwonyi, divisional police officer of the Ojodu-Abiodun Police post

Young people are angry at their government

Emeka Nwonyi, DPO Ojodu-Abiodun Police post addresses the protesting crowd 

Nothing that goes up ever comes down in Nigeria

From a small beginning, the crowd grows into a mammoth and moves to Berger Roundabout

Clapping against government tyranny

Fuel price hike portends hell for many Nigerians


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The Angel of Dustbin Estate

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Tolulope Sangosanya with children of Dustbin Estate at her resource centre

Tolulope Sangosanya founded the Love On The Streets (LOTS) Charity Foundation to cater for the less privileged children living around Pako in Ajegunle, Lagos. The neighbourhood is better known by its other name, Dustbin Estate.

Having experienced a life of challenges herself, Tolu has found her calling in taking care of the needs of educational needs of the children in the area. Growing up Tolu could not read. After overcoming her disability, her family got a prophecy that she was going to die before her 25th birthday.

“I used to tell myself that I am special but couldn’t read and write,”  Tolu told me. “How can I get to this stage when I thought all was well and then they say that I shall die?”

And so came the desire to leave a legacy behind. It was the reason behind LOTS Charity. Not only did she not die, her charity has survived and is giving succour to more than a hundred kids at the rented apartment where she operates a resource and literacy centre in the Ajegunle neighbourhood. “I can relate and empathize with them because I had a late start in life. All they need is love.”

In 2010, Tolu was awarded the prize for the best use of advocacy at The Future Awards. She continues to give her time and attention to the children of Dustbin Estate where she is assisted by Priye and Emmanuel Bayoko, two siblings who grew up in the neighbourhood.

“I’m doing it for the future of the kids,” said Emmanuel. “I believe in Nigeria’s future.”

(Please see link to help Tolulope Sangosanya’s work with the children of Dustbin Estate)

The slum where the kids and their families live
Tolu with her assistants Priye and Emmanuel Bayoko


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Ikeja City Mall Opens

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The Ikeja City Mall was commissioned today by Lagos governor Babatunde Fashola. A long line of customers queued up outside to receive freebies from the major retailers that include Shoprite, Twice As Nice, Silverbird Cinemas, Mr Price, NIKE, etc. 


Mr Fashola said the mall “restores Ikeja back to its rightful place as the retail hub of Lagos. This development provides an inspiring vision of what can be achieved through collaboration between the development partners, regulators, government officials and tenants. Ikeja City Mall brings world-class retail and leisure facilities to Lagos. I am excited to see my fellow citizens in the mall today, relaxing and having fun.”


 Well, I can tell you, this will become a veritable playground for Mainlanders during this Christmas. 


Shopping time

Governor Fashola
*Photos courtesy of Adewale Adelola


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Falomo Roundabout

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The Falomo Roundabout seen from the sixth floor of Union Marble House. In the distance across the water is Victoria Island.
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Falomo Roundabout

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The Falomo Roundabout seen from the sixth floor of Union Marble House. In the distance across the water is Victoria Island.
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Professor Akin Oyebode’s Inaugural Lecture

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Professor Akin Oyebode 

Law teacher, public analyst, and author Akin Oyebode delivered his inaugural lecture at the University of Lagos on Wednesday, 20 years after he became a professor. Better late than never, it is a debt every erudite scholar owes the university system. In “Of Norms, Values and Attitudes: The Cogency of International Law”, Oyebode challenges the Nigerian political elite to “jettison its obsurantism and anti-intellectual attitude” concerning “policy formulation and implementation on international matters by encouraging informed input from academics and experts.”

Unilag top dons


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Professor Akin Oyebode’s Inaugural Lecture

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Professor Akin Oyebode 

Law teacher, public analyst, and author Akin Oyebode delivered his inaugural lecture at the University of Lagos on Wednesday, 20 years after he became a professor. Better late than never, it is a debt every erudite scholar owes the university system. In “Of Norms, Values and Attitudes: The Cogency of International Law”, Oyebode challenges the Nigerian political elite to “jettison its obsurantism and anti-intellectual attitude” concerning “policy formulation and implementation on international matters by encouraging informed input from academics and experts.”

Unilag top dons


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Ojodu sunset

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This photo is from about a year ago and I only found it in my archives. It just feels like one could pluck the sun from its perch as it slowly set over Ojodu.
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Ed Sheeran Sings His Way To $20M Lawsuit For Stealing X-Factor Winner’s Song

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Ed Sheeran is the latest singer to be accused of musical thievery.

The pop singer cum songwriter had a copyright infringement lawsuit filed against him, Wednesday, (June, 8) by songwriters Martin Harrington and Thomas Leonard for the whooping sum of $20 million for his 2015 hit “Photograph”.

Harrington and Leonard are accusing the Grammy-winning artist of stealing material from their 2009 song “Amazing” which was performed by Matt Cardle, the winner of the 2010 X Factor and later released in 2012.

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Matt Cardle accused Ed Sheeran of stealing from his song “Amazing”

Also included in the suit are Jonny McDaid, the co-writer for “Photograph”, Sheeran’s record label Warner Music Group and publishers Sony/ATV Songs and Polar Patrol Music.

Read: Ed Sheeran Revealed He’s Pooped On Stage Before, Says VMAs Are Irrelevant

Like being sued wasn’t bad enough, the attorney representing Harrington and Leonard is the dreaded Richard Busch.

Busch who’s also known as Marvin Gaye’s family attorney won a $7.4 million lawsuit in 2015 against Robin Thicke and Pharrell William after they were both sued for copyright infringement damage due to the close similarities between Gaye’s 1977 song “Got to Give It Up.” and their 2013 hit “Blurred Lines”. The suit was later reduced to $5.3 million by a judge.

Some have speculated Thicke’s career still hasn’t recovered from Busch’s touch.

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Ed Sheeran In $20Million lawsuit

While comparing Ed Sheeran’s “Photograph” and Matt Cardle’s “Amazing” the lawsuit claimed both songs contain 39 identical notes “in pitch, rhythmic duration and placement in the measure.”

“My clients are professional songwriters,” Busch said in a statement to NBC News “Their work is their life, and I am honored that they have trusted me with this very important case.”

Read: Tinie Tempah Planning Collaborations With Ed Sheeran; Justin Timberlake

Sheeran’s “Photograph” was a top 10 hit in the United States, after it sold over 3.5 million copies.

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“Photograph” sold over  3.5 million copies.

 

Harrington and Leonard are seeking financial damages and are opting for an out-of-court settlement.

Neither Sheeran nor his label have responded to the suit.

Being sued for copyright infringement seems to be the in-thing now as just last month Justin Bieber and Skrillex were sued by singer, White Hinterland, for stealing contents from her song “Ring the Bell,” released in 2014 for his 2015 dancehall pop hit “Sorry.”

 

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See D’Banj’s 35th Birthday Thanks

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D’Banj’s 35th Birthday Thanks – One of Nigeria’s biggest singers of all time, Dapo ‘D’banj’ Oyebanjo turns a year older today.

D'Banj's 35th Birthday Thanks

D’Banj’s 35th Birthday Thanks

Taking to his Instagram, D’banj, who has produced hits like Fall In Love and Oliver Twist over the years, revealed his dream was to be “a vessel of visible hope” for his generation, and thanked God for allowing him achieving it.

READ: D’banj Explains Why Tonto Dikeh Left DB Records

He also expressed his gratitude to God, his family and us! Yes, D’banj also expressed his gratitude to his amazing fans. See his post below!

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Chris Brown’s Daughter Royalty’s Super Cute Yearbook Photos

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Photos have surface of Chris Brown’s daughter, Royalty, and the toddler looks absolutely cute!

The pictures were taken from her school’s year book, and Royalty, who turned two last month, looks like she was made for the camera.

Royalty has been the subject of a custody between Brown and her mother, Nia Guzman, with both parties fighting very dirty in the media. See the photos below!

 

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Cissy Houston, Whitney Houston’s Mom Blasts Bobbi Brown’s ‘Hypocritical’ Interview

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Cissy Houston, Whitney Huston’s mother has described her deep disappointment at Bobbi Brown for the words he said during his interview, Tuesday, (June, 7).

On Tuesday night, Bobbi Brown had an interview with Robin Roberts on 20/20 to promote his new memoir Every Little Step where he described his late ex-wife, Whitney Houston as a drug-abuser.

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Cissy Houston called Bobbi Brown a liar

Brown said he had first seen his wife use cocaine on their wedding day when he saw her “hunched over a bureau snorting a line of coke”, which adding that Whitney used drugs constantly even when their daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown was in the house.

While denying he had a hand in Whitney Houston’s drug problem, Bobby Brown talked about his sorrow at losing his daughter, Bobbi Kristina.

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Cissy Houston and her granddaughter, Bobi Kristina Brown

Cissy Houston, Whitney Houston’s mom spoke in an exclusive interview where she expressed her deep disappointment about Bobbi Brown’s book and his interview.

She said:

Last night I saw Bobby Brown’s interview with Robin Roberts. It was disturbing. Although the interview was supposed to promote HIS autobiography, he never spoke about his parents and siblings and any issues they might have or have had that impacted and may continue to impact on ‘Every Little Step’ he takes.

Instead he chose to concentrate his comments primarily on Whitney. I can’t help but wonder why.

Whether I would have chosen Bobby for my daughter’s husband is not important because the choice was not mine to make. She loved him and I believe him when he says he loved her.

I only wish he had loved and respected her enough to make some of the negative statements about her and Krissi while Whitney was alive and able to respond from her perspective.

On the OPRAH show when Whitney said Bobby had spit in her face and Krissi had seen it, Krissi was in the audience and available to challenge anything her mother said.

Bobby was alive and free to dispute what she said. He chose not to; instead he waited to speak about her when she could no longer speak for herself.

There is no value in my challenging all of his statements – point for point – such as his assertion that he ‘had money’ when he married Whitney or that anyone in my family said he started Nippy on drugs. No one blames Bobby for that. However, I must say that his story of seeing her do drugs for the first time on their wedding day is untrue (Donna Houston, Robyn Crawford and I were with Nippy the whole time before the ceremony), and more importantly, it forever casts a shadow over one of the most important days of her life.

I am deeply disappointed that this interview to promote the story of Bobby’s life seemed to be more of an exposé on Whitney’s life. My problem with Bobby has always been that he became her husband but not her helpmate or protector.

My prayer for Nippy and Krissi is that they will soon rest in peace. My prayer for me is that someday, somewhere beyond the horizon where we cannot see, I will be with them again . . . And Joy will come in the morning.

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VIDEO: DJ Slim Ft. Cassper Nyovest, Tshego, Emtee & Yanga – Phanda Mo

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VIDEO: DJ Slim Ft. Cassper Nyovest, Tshego, Emtee & Yanga – Phanda Mo

South African DJ Slim is back with the video for his previously released single Phanda Mo which features a slew of the hottest rappers in the country by way of Cassper Nyovest, Tshego, Emtee and Yanga. The video was shot and directed at night time around a camp fire in the woods which really worked very well

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