Leak: Davido ft Sina Rambo – No Visa (Download)

Leak: Davido ft Sina Rambo – No Visa (Download)

This song leaked off Davido’s Music Library,but for the record it would not be in the O.B.O Album , This song is as old as Davido so don’t expect it in the O.B.O Genesis [Omo Baba Olowo] Album..

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Police Uncover 2 Bombs At UNIJOS Hostel

Police Uncover 2 Bombs At UNIJOS Hostel

The police in Plateau State on Monday confirmed that two bombs were discovered in the premises of a hostel at the University of Jos on Sunday.

The Police Commissioner, Mr Emmanuel Ayeni, said the officers were able to detonate one of the bombs while the second exploded, injuring no person.

He said, “When my officers and men with the Anti-Bomb Squad arrived in the scene, they were able to detonate the second bomb and luckily, the one that exploded did not harm anybody or cause damage to the hostel block.’’

Ayeni said although the police had begun investigation, no suspect had been arrested, describing the incident as criminal.

He said the bombs were locally made, promising that the planters would be found and brought to judgment.

He called on students and members of the university community to go about their normal activities as the police were on top of the situation.

A security officer with the university’s Intelligence Unit, who pleaded anonymity, told NAN that the unit received an emergency call on the development at about 8.00 p.m. and subsequently, invited the police.

“The bomb exploded was planted behind a hostel block while the one that the police detonated was planted beside a building.

“Our joy is that nobody was hurt nor the hostel damaged by the blast; probably this is because the devices were said to be locally made,” he said.

In his comment, the Chief Security Officer of the university, retired Col. Labaran Bature, also confirmed the incident in a telephone interview.

NAN reports that normalcy has returned to the university as students are going in and out of the affected students’ hostel for their lectures.

Photo:Man paints himself green to be ‘INCREDIBLE HULK’, discovers paint couldn’t remove again.

Photo:Man paints himself green to be 'INCREDIBLE HULK', discovers paint couldn't remove again.

It’s not easy being green – as one Brazilian man proved when he painted himself to look like the Incredible Hulk – and found the colour wouldn’t wash off.
Pool attendant Paulo Henrique dos Santos, from Vila Cruzeiro, dressed up as the comic book hero for a running event,but got a nasty shock when the time came to remove the green paint.
After frantic scrubbing, the hapless chap realised he’d used a paint reserved for ballistic missiles and nuclear submarines.

According to Brazilian news site Paulo had hoped to buy a brand of paint he’d used on a previous outing as the Hulk, but the shop he went to didn’t have it.

Desperate to undo his inking, the would-be superhero spent Sunday and Monday having ‘about 20 baths,’ and was forced to sleep in a room lined with plastic bags.

He feared the industrial paint could actually give him lead poisoning, though he appears to have had no symptoms.
The 35-year-old, who also works as a DJ in Rio de Janeiro and is known as MC Marronzinho, has achieved overnight celebrity in his local area.

As if being bright green wasn’t embarrassing enough, the local press ran pictures of his mother trying to remove the paint – and referred to her as his girlfriend.

Nollywood Movies Awards (NMA) – Nominees & Winners

Nollywood Movies Awards (NMA) - Nominees & Winners

The first ever edition of the Nollywood Movie Awards finally took place on Saturday, June 2, 2012 at the Civic Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos.

According to the organisers, ‘The essence of the awards is to celebrate Nollywood movies and the Nigerian culture within and outside the shores of the country‘.

WINNERS LIST

Best Movie
Mirror Boy
Anchor Baby
Private Storm
Memories Of The Heart
Tango With Me – Winner
Kiss And Tell

Best Actor In A Leading Role
Van Vicker (Against The Law)
Ramsey Nouah (Private Storm)
Trybson Dudukoko (Ghetto Dreamz)
Joseph Benjamin (Tango With Me) – Winner
Joseph Benjamin (Kiss And Tell)
Charles Okafor (Fake Prophet)

Best Actor In A Supporting Role
Junior Pope Odumodoh (Nkwocha)
John Dumelo (Private Storm)
Yul Edochie (Against The Law)
Gabriel Afolayan (Ghetto Dreamz) – Winner

Best Actress In A Leading Role
Genevieve Nnaji (Tango With Me)
Omoni Oboli (Anchor Baby)
Mercy Johnson (Weeping Soul) – Winner
Uche Jumbo (Damage)
Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde (Private Storm)

Best Actress In A Supporting Role
Tina Mba (Tango With Me)
Rachel Oniga (Ghetto Dreamz)
Stella Damasus (Bent Arrows)
Nse Ikpe-Etim (Kiss And Tell) – Winner

Best Actor In An Indigenous Movie (Non-English Speaking Language)
Chiwetalu Agu (Nkwocha) – Winner
Yinka Qadri (Aye Dudu)
Saidi Balogun (Eti Keta)
Brown Igboegwu (Apparition)
Femi Adebayo (Emi Abata)
Odunlade Adekola (Ikuforiji)

Best Actress In An Indigenous Movie (Non-English Speaking Language)
Funke Akindele (Emi Abata)
Funke Akindele (The Return of Jenifa) – Winner
Queen Nwokoye (Nkwocha)
Mercy Aigbe (Oladunjoye)
Dupe Adejare (Alantaku)

Best Indigenous Language Movie (Non-English Speaking Language)
Eti Keta
Ikuforiji
Nkwocha
Apparition
Aye Dudu – Winner
Oladunjoye

Best Directing
Mahmood Ali-Balogun (Tango With Me) – Winner
Obi Emelonye (Mirror Boy)
Lancelot Oduwa-Imasuen (Private Storm)
Daniel Ademinokan (Ghetto Dreamz)
Desmond Elliot (Kiss And Tell)

Best Cinematography
Mirror Boy
Private Storm
Changing Faces
Anchor Baby
Tango With Me – Winner
Kiss And Tell

Best Movie Editing
Mirror Boy – Winner
Anchor Baby
Ghetto Dreamz
Return Of Jenifa
Changing Faces
Memories Of The Heart

Best Movie Soundtrack
Bent Arrows
Mirror Boy
Ghetto Dreamz – Winner
Changing Faces
Memories Of The Heart
Tango With Me

Best Sound Editing
Tango With Me – Winner
Private Storm
Apparition
Anchor Baby
Mirror Boy
Ghetto Dreamz

Best Original Screenplay/Scriptwriting
Obi Emelonye (Mirror Boy)
Ugezu J Ugezu (Against The Law)
Daniel Ademinokan & Ope Banwo (Ghetto Dreamz)
Uduak Isong Oguamanam (Kiss And Tell)
Lonzo Nzekwe (Anchor Baby) – Winner
Chinwe Sele (Soul After Soul)

Best Costume Design
Mirror Boy – Winner
Ghetto Dreamz
Tango With Me
Apparition
Entrapped* (Chiemela Nwagbaoso)

Best Make-Up
Ghetto Dreamz
Tango With Me
Apparition
Mirror Boy* (Gabriel Okorie) – Winner
Damage* (Temisan Isioma Etsede)

Rising Star Award Female
Halima Abubakar (Entrapped)
Helen Paul (The Return Of Jenifa)
Nuella Njubigbo (Apparition)
Sylvia Oluchi (Bent Arrows) – Winner
Gabriel Afolayan (Ghetto Dreamz)
Chinyere Madubuike Kosi (Apparition)

Rising Star Male
Gabriel Afolayan (Ghetto Dreamz)

Viewer’s Choice Award Male Actor
Ramsey Noauh

Viewer’s Choice Award Female
Genevieve Nnaji

Life Time Achievement Award
Kenneth Nnebue (Living in Bondage)

Watch Wizkid’s electric performance in Manchester here

Watch Wizkid’s electric performance in Manchester here

The WizkidUK tour is in full effect after an electric first performance last night in Manchester alongside the EME crew –Banky W, Skales and DJ Xclusive.

Fans in the UK who missed the show still have a chance to attend the HMV Apollo version of the tour going down tonight June 5, 2012.

Watch ‘Starboy’ Wizzy set his fans on fire in this video courtesy of CokoBar…