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Friday, 7 August 2020


August 07, 2020 0

 Jessybela foundation in celebration of her 5th year anniversary is on a tour of the 21 local governments in Anambra.

On the 5th of August, the foundation train stopped at Ifitedunu and a beautiful smile was put on the faces of hundredsof widows.

The founder of Jessybela foundation Hon. Jessica Nweke, in an interview with pressmen present said her aim is to continue to put a smile on the faces of widows as the challenges the face cannot be left to them alone.

She further implored all other well meaning Anambarians to join in giving back to the society.

The event was a colourful one as some the turn out was massive.

Also in attendance at the event we had the local government chairman of  Dunkofia Engr. Emeka "Konti" Okonkwo, SSA political, Anambra state to mention a few.

More pictures below

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Sunday, 2 August 2020


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Worship centres in Lagos State have gotten the green light to reopen from August 7 .....

Announcing the directive at a briefing on Saturday, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu said, “Places of worship in Lagos will now be opened from Friday, the 7th of August for our Muslim worshippers, and on Sunday, the 9th of August for our Christian worshippers.”

*Lagos that is the epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic?or is there another Lagos?
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Monday, 27 July 2020


July 27, 2020 0
The Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Godswill Akpabio, has named members of the National Assembly who al­legedly got over-bloated and unexe­cuted contracts from the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC).

This was contained in the letter by the minister sent to the National Assembly and released to the public.

The National Youth Council of Nigeria, which presented the docu­ment to the media in Abuja on Sun­day, expressed disappointment that Speaker, House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, refused to dis­close the list of federal lawmakers who benefitted from the contracts awarded by the NDDC.

According to the document, Ak­pabio listed Senator Peter Nwao­boshi's name against 53 projects which included emergency repairs of Asue Street, Owa Phase 2, emer­ Road via Ojemaye, emergency repairs of Otolokpo College Road, Otolokpo, and emergency repairs of Idumuogbe gency repairs of Police Ishu Ani Ukwu Road, Issele-Uku. ­

"They also included emer­gency repairs of old Sapele Agbor Road, Obiaruku; emer­gency repairs of Ehwerhe Obada Road, Agbarho Road; emergency repairs of Hon. If­eanyi Eboigbe Street, Boji Boji Owa/Goodwill Street, Owa Alero, and emergency repairs of Ahiama Okwu to Obuocha Okwu, among others.

"Also the minister listed (Hon. Nicholas) Mutu's name against 74 projects which in­cluded various emergency road projects in Delta, Akwa Ibom, Bayela, and Rivers states.

"Other lawmakers that Akpabio listed projects against are Senator Matthew Urhoghide (6), James Man­ager (6), Sam Anyanwu (19), and others simply identified as Ondo and Edo reps."

Addressing newsmen in Abuja, the President of the Council, Solomon Adodo, said: "Mr. Speaker did not do us justice when he did not dis­close to the National Assem­bly that the list of the benefi­ciaries he demanded had been disclosed and attached to the letter sent to him.

"Gbajabiamila's decision to cover up his colleagues is unfair to the fight against cor­ruption, quest for transparen­cy, and to the commonwealth of our nation.

"We, therefore, urge Mr. Speaker, Femi Gbajabiamila, to resign for covering up for a set of people who had erred and breached the rules of contract.

"All the National Assem­bly members who benefitted from the contracts without executing them should be prosecuted to serve as deter­rent to those who may want to follow a similar path.

"It is a clear case of organ­ised crime to have individuals who benefitted from illegality now rising to probe the fact that their illegality is being exposed."

He added: "We call on all the anti-graft agencies and security agencies to, in line with the directive of Presi­dent Muhammadu Buhari, immediately proceed and go ahead with their investigation of the matter."

The youths said they were firmly in support of the fo­rensic audit instituted by the Ministry of Niger Delta Af­fairs because it had exposed those who had benefitted in the corruption that had fes­tered in the NDDC.
In the document displayed by the youths council, Akpa­bio was quoted as having said that his letter became neces­sary because "the investigat­ing committee on NDDC re­fused and/or neglected to give me the opportunity to explain that reference to most NDDC contracts yearly being award­ed since 2001 from the records allegedly to members of the National Assembly in both chambers were done without the knowledge of the alleged beneficiaries".

Akpabio added: "However, the two chairmen of the com­mittees in both chambers had adequate knowledge."

Reacting, Senator Peter Nwaoboshi challenged Ak­pabio to publish the names of directors of the companies that got the contracts.

"Akpabio is a confused man. NDDC used N39 mil­lion to launder his image. Let him not divert attention from the N81 billion they shared in NDDC", he said
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Sunday, 26 July 2020


July 26, 2020 0
Shuga Khrizz is back again and better after taking a little commercial break I guess. This time he has proven to be as versatile as we've always known him to be by putting out a local gospel vibe for our listening pleasure. He calls this one "EBUBE" and its certified dope. Enjoy...

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Saturday, 25 July 2020


July 25, 2020 0
A graduate of Nnamdi University Awka, Anambra state, Chizuroke Egodi Onuorah has passed on.

Until her death, STATEPRESS Reports, she was one of the best graduating students in the Environmental management department and the second best-graduating student in the faculty of environmental sciences.
She was posted to Oyo state for her NYSC where she eventually died serving her fatherland.

According to a friend of hers who leaked their chat on WhatsApp to STATEPRESS revealed she died of poison from a guy who had asked her out.
Her Friend Wrote:

It's very sad how a guy can poison a lady just because she didn't accept to date him…if a lady didn't wanna date or mingle with you, as a guy , let go and try someone else…

She was my friend, we are close throughout the camp in iseyin oyo state.. we were posted in different local government and we didn't see again until our POP day at Ibadan and she looked slim and sick…

I miss you so much dear, your death was a shock to me yesterday that I can't bear it…

RIP Omalicha… ���
your killer will never have no peace…

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Wednesday, 22 July 2020


July 22, 2020 0
As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is plaguing and biting the world hard, an Anambra State-based businessman, Chukwudi Ezenwa, has advised Nigerians on how to stay strong in business, charging them to make wise decisions on particular investments, saying gains from one can help sustain the other.
Ezenwa, a multiple business entrepreneur, explained that he managed to stay afloat because of his involvement in so many other businesses, and speaking further on how his business thrived during this economic recession, the business typhoon added that his real estate business has proven to be the only one among others that has stayed strong during this pandemic.
“Before the pandemic, I had always seen real estate development as a bedrock for national stability, economic recovery, and expansion. For goods importation, most importers have been unable to send money across for goods from many foreign countries across the globe due to the closure of businesses in those countries, which has lasted for over four months in some cases thus this would be a perfect time to explore real estate investments,” Ezenwa said.

He charged would-be investors that it is better to invest in real estate than keeping those funds in the banks.
He, however, emphasised that real estate business doesn’t apply to people who have low income or can barely feed while urging everyone to ensure they make only strategic investments as this is a time for an average Nigerian to be very economical and conservative about spendings.
Ezenwa, who had earlier shown his philanthropy to Anambra people said, he made a generous donation to people through the Anambra State government to help alleviate the sufferings of those whose source of income had been crippled by the dreaded virus.
According to him, his desire to help stemmed from the devastation the virus has left “in our nation and the world at large, knowing particularly that in Nigeria, some people have been left stranded and starving due to the implementation of lockdown in some part of the country.”
He noted that, since “some companies are facing depreciation of value and stocks, as well as the cutting down of staff on payroll,” the young businessmen from the South-Eastern region of Nigeria, said he took the responsibility upon himself as a philanthropist after donating N2 million to the Anambra State government, to support the battle against coronavirus, he also decided to supply lots of food items and palliatives to his local government and other areas in Anambra State

As it currently stands, Anambra is one of those states that have enjoyed immunity to the COVID-19 pandemic but also heavily affected by the nationwide massive lockdown, and its business city, Onitsha, which has been a global hub for traders has been stagnated in business transactions, due to the social distancing rule which has reduced patronage at the crowded marketplace.
The Anambra businessman, speaking on his philanthropy informed that he has been helping a lot of people behind the scene especially those around him, adding that, “I have been able to do a lot to better the lives of people around me and beyond. During this period, I’ve made a lot of anonymous donations because I have always led a private life. We’ve equally sent out palliatives to a lot of persons to cushion the effect of this pandemic.”
Ezenwa, the real estate financier, filmmaker and CEO of GSS group, a security firm which supplies security personnel for celebrities, politicians and events, while receiving recognition from the Anambra State government urged Nigerians to make the most of the little that is given to them as the Pandemic is affecting everyone.
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Sunday, 19 July 2020


July 19, 2020 0
This Half Borno half Igbo boy from Chibok don finally find love . Loopybeatz, a fine producer currently based in Lagos , who have worked with top Afro beats artists in Nigeria finally drops GIMME LOVE from his upcoming Album. This video was shot in Lagos . Styled by DEANGELICTOUCHSTYLIST.

Follow loopybeatz on IG @loopybeatz
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