BE HONEST!! As A 30BG Geng/Fan What Advice Would You Give Davido Right Now (See This)

The terrible things happening around Nigerian singer Davido is no longer a news, as it gets worse yearly.

People dying like chicken all around him, almost every year. Approximately 7 crew members and associates had died thus far within a short period of 5 years.

This got Nigerians thinking otherwise and wondering what could possibly be the cause of the constant untimely death in DMW camp.

At some point, Davido was accused of having a hand in their deaths. DO YOU THINK SO?

Well, personally, I don’t think he had a hand in the death of any of the 7 deceased crew members and associates. Sickness and death are inevitable. It can hit anyone.

But I think David needs some words of advice right now. Because shit is getting real.

As a concern fan, do you have any advice for him?

Nigeria Still An Investor’s Dream Despite



Minister of Interior, Rauf Aregbesola has expressed that despite the challenges Nigeria is facing, the country remains a choice location for investors.

Aregbesola stated this on Friday, while delivering an address at the sixth edition of the Kaduna economic and investment summit, tagged ‘KADINVEST 6.0’.

The minister revealed that the federal government has, from August 2019 till date, granted work permits to over 12,000 expatriates.

He also added that the opportunities available to investors in Nigeria are quite profitable.

“The ministry, from inception till date, has handled 14,690 companies and granted 126,893 quota licences to expatriates. However, from August 2019 till date, we have registered more than 2,000 companies while over 12,000 expatriates have been given permits to work in Nigeria,” a statement by Sola Fasure, spokesman of the ministry, quoted Aregbesola as saying.

“We now handle applications with dispatch and will encourage any firm or organisation with genuine need for expatriates to bring their applications. We shall accord it with the required courtesy.

“In spite of the challenges we have faced, it might interest us to know that Nigeria is still an investor’s dream where there is abundant raw materials, highly skilled and affordable workforce and the largest market for goods and services in Africa. The return on investment has always been mouth-watering.”

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Why Dead Nigerians’ Names Are Still On Voter Register – INEC » Naijaloaded


Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, has stated that the inability of the commission to get adequate data on death in the country has hindered it from removing names of dead Nigerians from the voter register.

He stated that INEC had been periodically removing ineligible persons and multiple registrants using technology but the technology cannot assist the commission to identify and remove dead persons from its record.

Yakubu made this known when he received the Chairman of the National Population Commission, Nasir Kwara, at the headquarters of the commission in Abuja on Friday.

He, however, called on the NPC to ensure that data on dead persons in the country is made available to the commission for a proper clean up of the voter register.

He said,

“Perhaps you may wish to start by availing us with the list of prominent Nigerians who have passed on, civil and public servants compiled from the official records of government Ministries, Departments and Agencies and other Nigerians from hospital and funeral records across the country.

“We appreciate that this is a herculean task but that is partly why we have the National Population Commission. We are confident that the NPC has the capacity to do so. This information is critical for INEC to enhance the credibility of the National Register of Voters”.

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Nigeria To Provide Electricity To 5m Households by 2030 – Buhari » Naijaloaded

President Muhammadu Buhari says Nigeria is working on an ambitious Energy Plan towards reducing the energy shortcomings by year 2030.

Mr Femi Adesina, the President’s spokesman in a statement late Friday evening, said Buhari spoke in line with Nigeria’s role as a Global Theme Champion for the Energy Transition, theme of the High-Level Dialogue on Energy on the sidelines of the 76th United Nations General Assembly in New York.

The president said: “Nigeria’s commitment to a just transition is reflected in our ambitious Energy Compact, which includes the Government’s flagship project to electrify five million households and twenty million people using decentralized solar energy solutions.

“This is a major first step towards closing our energy access deficit by 2030.

“Nigeria’s commitment is also reflected in the development of our Energy Transition Plan, which was developed with support of the UK COP26 Energy Transition Council.”

The Nigerian leader called for support from developed countries to unlock the financing needed to accelerate a just energy transition for all.

“The focus of our discussions on transition must now evolve how we help countries develop detailed energy transition plans and commitments to mobilize enough financing to empower countries to implement those plans,” he said.

According to him, the scale of financing required for Nigeria to achieve net-zero, amounts to over US$ 400 billion across the Nigerian economy in excess of business-as-usual spending over the next 30 years.

“This breaks down to US$ 155 billion net spend on generation capacity, US$ 135 billion on transmission and distribution infrastructure, US$ 75 billion on buildings, US$ 21 billion on industry and US$ 12 billion on transport.”

The president, however, said that gas would continue to have a big role to play before it is phased out, explaining that solid fuel cooking is still wreaking havoc in Africa:

“As a global leader on the energy transition, it is imperative that I flag a major risk to development that stems from the current narrative around the energy transition, particularly on the role of gas and the lack of financing.

“Nigeria’s Energy Transition Plan has laid out our roadmap to reach net-zero and highlights the scale of the effort required, which includes the development and integration of renewables into current grid infrastructure at tremendous scale and electrification of all sectors.

“This is challenging for any country, especially a developing country. On our development objectives, gas will have a key role to play here for some years before being phased out,” he said.

President Buhari noted that these plans must also take into account, the provision of access to electricity and clean cooking solutions for those in Nigeria and around the world currently without access.

According to him, an often-overlooked point is the essential role of gas in addressing clean cooking challenges.

“Globally there are 2.6 billion people who lack access to clean cooking – which is unacceptable.

“Even more concerning is that solid fuel cooking in Africa causes almost 490,000 premature deaths annually, making it the second largest health risk in Africa,’’ he further maintained.

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IPOB Declares Sit-at-home October 1, Orders Removal Of Nigerian Flags » Naijaloaded


The Indigenous People Of Biafra, IPOB, has declared 1st October, 2021 as another sit-at-home protest which is the day of Nigeria’s independence celebration.

One of the IPOB executives, Chika Edoziem, stated this on Friday during a radio broadcast.

Edoziem noted that the separatist group would lock down the entire South-East region on October 1, while calling on its members to remove all Nigerian flags mounted in “Biafra land.”

He said, “The 1st of October declared total shutdown in Biafra land. There shall be no movement in Biafra land on 1st of October being Nigerian Independence day. Again from tonight, all Nigerian flags mounted anywhere in Biafra land must be brought down; banks exempted.

“IPOB leadership will communicate to banks directly and give them reason why they must peaceful bring down the flag. Otherwise, we do it ourselves in our own way.”

The leader of IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, has been in the detention of the Department of Security Services since the third week of June following his arrest in Kenya and repatriation to Nigeria.

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How We Built Hospitals Across Nigeria To Contain COVID-19 – Buhari To World Leaders » Naijaloaded


The President said in a bid to curtail the COVID:19 pandemic which halted economic and other activities across the globe in 2020 and early2021, that his administration was able to put up medical facilities across Nigeria.

Nigeria’s number one man, President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday told world leaders at the ongoing 76th United Nations General Assembly, UNGA, in New York, that he built hospitals across Nigeria to fight COVID-19.

The President said in a bid to curtail the COVID:19 pandemic which halted economic and other activities across the globe in 2020 and early2021, that his administration was able to put up medical facilities across Nigeria.

During the address, President Buhari who assured the Assembly of the full support and cooperation of the Nigerian delegation revealed that his government had trained over 40,000 health care workers on the prevention of infections.

He said:

“In addition, over 40,000 health care workers have recently been trained on Infection, Prevention and Control measure with the support of various partners. Through the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control, we have established 16 infectious disease treatment centres located within our Teaching Hospitals and Federal Medical Centres.

“We built isolation centres and emergency hospital wards in record time all over the country. We carry out genomic sequencing in designated laboratories across the country with a view to detecting variants in circulation.

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BBNaija: I Haven’t Spoken To JayPaul Since I Left Biggie’s House – Saskay

Saskay disclosed this known during her media rounds on Friday after she was asked the way forward on her relationship with JayPaul.

Saskay, the evicted Big Brother Naija season 6 housemate, has said she is yet to see or speak to JayPaul since she left the show.

Saskay disclosed this known during her media rounds on Friday after she was asked the way forward on her relationship with JayPaul.

The reality star said she hasn’t been in contact or made any efforts to reach JayPaul since she left the show because she was focusing on her self at the monoment.

“I know it sounds strange but I haven’t spoken to JayPaul ever since I left the house.

“I haven’t called, texted or seen him. I feel like I have a lot to do and little time to execute my plans so I am focusing on me. And it’s like there’s someone else in the picture I am just trying to focus on me,â€

Global Citizen, In Partnership With The Lagos Govt, Access Bank, Set To Host Live Event Amidst Campaign To Fight Poverty

The International Advocacy Organization, Global Citizen, supported by the Lagos State government and Africa’s leading retail bank, Access Bank, is set to hold a 24-hour live broadcast on the 25th of September, 2021, with events and performances filmed across six continents aimed at uniting the world, defending the planet and defeating poverty.

Global Citizen Live is part of Global Citizen’s 2021 global campaign, a Recovery Plan for the World. Resolving COVID-19 for all, ending the hunger crisis, resuming learning for all, safeguarding the planet, and increasing equity for all are the five core objectives of the Recovery Plan.

The broadcast will feature musicians, celebrities, and world leaders from six continents working together to make a change and impact climate and poverty.

In Nigeria, Global Citizen is working in tandem with the Lagos State Government, Access Bank, and other partners to create a limited-capacity event in celebration of Nigerians working on the frontline in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, which would feature on the final international live broadcast towards the end of September.

Speaking of his excitement for the cause, Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, said that the state:-