Music Video Alert: SMD’s Iyanya Features Don Jazzy & Dr Sid In “Up To Something”

The newest member of the SMD crew, Iyanya, finally drops the official music video of his music collaboration with Don Jazzy and Dr. Sid, “Up To Something”. The much anticipated music video has long been applauded by his fans on social media. The video was made by Phamous Philms and is currently number 16 trending on Youtube.

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Fraudsters Alert: Chibok Girls’ Parents Warn Nigerians

The parents of the abducted female students of Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno, on Sunday alerted the public on the activities of some fraudsters using their names to defraud Nigerians and corporate bodies.

Yakubu Maina, the chairman of the association of parents of the abducted girls, raised the alert at a news conference in Maiduguri.

“We wish to alert Nigerians and corporate organisations on the existence of some individuals and organisations masquerading as parents of Chibok girls to defraud them of their money,” Mr. Maina said. “The call became necessary because this group have turned the agitation for the release of our daughters into a scam.”

Mr. Maina, supported by the secretary of the association, Lawan Zanna, lamented that the fraudsters often deceived some parents of the girls into attending their functions only to be duped.”

“We have realized that the whole thing has been turned into business by individuals who pretend to be fighting our cause,” he said. “Some real parents had been lured to attending meetings with highly placed individuals in Abuja and beyond only to discover that they have been short changed by these individuals.”

He said that 14 parents of the abducted girls have died due to heart related diseases.

“Fourteen parents have so far died since the abduction of our girls in 2014,” he said. “Most of them died due mainly to heart related diseases and trauma.”

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They are Trying to Remove Jega, Civil Group Alerts

A Coalition of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) has alleged plots by government to sack the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Chairman, Prof. Attahiru Jega. The group also raised an alarm over plans to to have the elections shifted.

The plot according to the group is to declare INEC unfit to manage the elections, thereby leading to its postponement.

Saudatu Mahdi, who spoke on behalf of other members of the group, said those pushing for the postponement want to use the alleged lapse in the distribution of the Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) as the reason why the elections should be shifted.

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