Humble P – E Don Red

Asiegbu Emeka Emmanuel popularly known as Humble P is a fast rising afro pop star with a wide range of songs some of which are…

1Over the moon
2) Mary K
3) Brain  Burst
His latest track E DON RED  is aimed at passing a message that when you work hard, you get to live a very fulfilled life.
Much respect to Queen Susan.

Download: Humble P - E Don Red

 

 

Mitchy Nwanne – This is Nigeria ( Falz Disshh) Mixed by Fronty B

“Mitchy Nwanne is back again! This time with the cover of Childish Gambino’s “This is America” he titled “This is Nigeria (Falz DisSHH)” and takes a dig at Falz the Bahd Guy.

Unlike Falz’s in-your-face dig at Nigeria’s condition, Mitchy Nwanne takes a rather subtle as well as catchy approach.

This is one awesome jam you should cop immediately!”

Download : Mitchy Nwanne - This is Nigeria (Falz DisSHH)

Rheema – Tomorrow Cover (Acoustic Version) Prod by Bossu

Song  – Tomorrow Cover (Acoustic Version)

Artiste  – Rheema(@rheema_Africa)

Producer – Bossu

Rheema(@rheema_Africa), a guitarist and Sensational Afropop and Reggae artiste has launched herself unto the music scene as she releases her acoustic version of Stonebwoy’s Tomorrow.

Download: Rheema - Tomorrow Cover (Acoustic Version) Prod by Bossu

 

RIPPLES OVER PROF. CHARLES QUAKER DOKUBO’S HATE SPEECHES AS NIGER DELTA EX-AGITATORS FROWN AT IT

Information is power and insight can create so much impact on public discourse.
In any culture of prevention, effective and democratic media are essential part, even as the media has become indispensable conflict resolution platform, particularly for societies trying to make transition from conflict to peace and democracy.
It is against this background that critical stakeholders in the Presidential Amnesty Programme are now getting so worried about the hate speeches recently credited to the new Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta and Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, Professor Charles Quaker Dokubo.
The first was when the national committee of Pan Niger Delta Forum (PANDEF) paid a courtesy call on Prof. Dokubo in his office in Abuja, where he was quoted as “warning Niger Delta leaders against selfish interests”.

Just yesterday, (Wednesday, May 16, 2018) the new Amnesty boss, speaking through his Special Assistant on Media, Murphy Ganagana, in Abuja, described the leaders of the First Phase, Niger Delta Ex-agitators in the Presidential Amnesty Programme as “disgruntled elements”.
The spokesman, who also confirmed the disengagement of some ex-agitators that were staff of the Presidential Amnesty office, said they were disengaged because they were not fit to work in the Amnesty office. He disclosed further that neither the disengaged Niger Delta Ex-agitators nor other staff of the Presidential Amnesty Office, have been paid any salary this year, was silent on when the pending staff salaries would be paid.
The first phase ex-agitators, it was learnt have taken time to review the hate speeches emanating from the new Amnesty boss and have come to conclusion that they will no longer sit and watch Prof. Dokubo and his new team to make the Niger Delta struggle a laughing stock, just as they have reportedly vowed to resist any further attempt by the handlers of the Presidential Amnesty Programme to make mess of the struggle that gave birth to the Presidential Amnesty Programme.
A source said the first phase leaders have already expressed their disappointment over the disposition and attitude of the newly appointed Special Assistant to the Coordinator on media, Mr Murphy Ganagana.
Patrick Ipidei is an ex agitator from Bayelsa.

Presidential Amnesty Program-PAP: God Where Are You? Generals are you sleeping?

Old Soldiers never die,they only go to hell and regroup. Fellow generals and commanders why do we forget the reason to drop arms for Amnesty? If Professor Dokubo do not know why he is our coordinator,let us not forget ourselves.
Time to Regroup, Please Regroup. The Amnesty Program has become a research centre, Dokubo do not know what to do.The committee he setup cannot come up with any report because they do not know what to do.Our stipends are not paid.
We have never met with our coordinator but he is busy meeting with various groups and attending parties and burials. We should know what we want. It is not too early.
Professor Charles Dokubo should go.He has no experience in this business.He is not a retired general,he is not serving military general. He is not known resource control or human rights activist. His only qualification for this job is being a Nigerian.


He will do better as INEC chief, JAMB or head of any research facility. We need a pragmatic, practical and proactive coordinator. We need a serving active General or a very dogged human rights and resource control activist who can flow better just as in the NYSC.
Above all we need the office of the special adviser to the president on Niger Delta Matters be made independent and free from the Amnesty program so that funds meant for Amnesty will be expended accordingly.
The special adviser will then advice on Amnesty, Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs, Niger Delta Development Commission, Petroleum Industry Bill etc.
Chief Kalaiti Jephthah is a former Coordinator of Bayelsa State Volunteer Service, a form most Niger Delta Security outfit