Brand New: Listen and Download “Thank You “- Jide Dammy – Produced by BardBishop


JIDE DAMMY is an Abuja based Praise and Worship minister, Song Writer, Cinematographer and also one of the key members of the popular acappella group “GENESIS”.

He just released a brand new single out of many titled “Thank you” – produced by Bardbishop. This song is a wonderful and refreshing song of the testimony of what God has done in his life.

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Nigeria’s No1. Sax Queen “TOYOSI” Drops her first piece ONITEMI – Produced By Bardbishop … Listen and download below




Your favorite blog space “TyPrittyBlog” is back and better this year and we are starting with the New single of our dear CEO “TOYOSI” Popularly known as TYPRITTY.

I am sure someone is as excited as i am right now…Yay!!!

TyPritty is not just a blogger but also a musician and she has decided to push her music career to the next level. The Nigeria’s No1 sax Queen, is also a very talented song writer/singer and a saxophonist . She has an MBA degree with specification in International management.

As we all know our young and beautiful CEO speaks both English and French and has come to take over the Nigeria music industry with her God-given talents.

She has no intentions of slowing down at all as she is finally here to celebrate the love season with her first piece out of many “ONITEMI” – produced by BardBishop dropping today 14/02/18.

The sax Queen decides to show us her singing strength combined with her effortless breath-taking style of playing the solo instrument “saxophone .

Download and listen to “ONITEMI” by Toyosi below… and STAY GLUED ON WITH TYPRITTYBLOG cause we’ve gat you as usual!!!

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Facebook bans women for posting ‘men are sc*m’

In the wake of the multiple sexual harassment and abuse scandals across the globe, Facebook has been suspending women for “hate speech” against men after posting variations of the phrase “men are sc*m”.

Despite Facebook’s chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg warning of a potential backlash against women as scandals rock companies and political institutions, the social network continues to ban women speaking out against men as a group.

Standup comic Marcia Belsky, was banned in October for 30 days from Facebook for posting “men are sc*m” as a comment on her friend, Nicole Silverberg’s photo album detailing the abuse Silverberg had received after writing a list of ways men can treat women better on Twitter and later published by the Guardian.

Fellow comedian Kayla Avery says she routinely gets banned for comments such as “ men are garbage fires ”, “the worst”, “trash” and other derivatives.

Facebook says that threats and hate speech directed towards a protected group violate its community standards and therefore are removed. The social network told the Daily Beast that “men are scum” was a threat and therefore should be removed.

Zanzibar stun Rwanda in huge Cecafa Cup upset

Zanzibar caused the biggest upset in the Cecafa Challenge Cup tournament when they stunned Rwanda 3-1 in their Group A opener at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on Tuesday.

Zanzibar, who had their CAF membership accepted and later rejected amid new football statutes early this year, scored midway through the first half and added two more goals in the second to push Rwanda to the brink of elimination from the tournamament.

Rwanda started the match as favourites after losing 2-0 to Kenya in the tournament’s opening match in Kakamega on Sunday. But they found themselves behind in the 35th minute when Mudathir Yahya headed in from close range following a Haji Mininga cross to put Zanzibar in front.

Rwanda got back on level terms when midfielder Muhadjir Hakizimana volleyed home from close range two minutes after the break.

But their celebration was short lived as Mohammed Issa increased Zanzibar’s lead when he capitalised on a defensive error to score.

Kassim Khamis then completed the victory four minutes from time to give Zanzibar all three points and consign Rwanda to the bottom of the table without a point after two matches.

Elsewhere debutant Abel Yalew scored a double and Abubakher Sanni added a third to give Ethiopia a 3-0 win over neighbours South Sudan at the Bukhungu Stadium in Kakamega.

Wednesday is a rest day.


Imo Commissioner for Happiness blasts critics

Commissioner for Happiness

I don’t blame you. I blame your bald head that no single strand of hair or sense has refused to grow from

— Commissioner for Happiness (@MrsOgechiOlolo) December 5, 2017

Russia barred from competing in Winter Olympics

PHOTO: Russian National Anti-doping Agency RUSADA head Yuri Ganus speaks during a news conference in Moscow, Nov. 16, 2017, saying his agency has reformed to WADA standards to be "completely independent."

The International Olympic Committee has barred Russia from the Winter Olympics this February as a punishment for its systematic doping but will allow some individual Russian athletes to take part under a neutral Olympic flag.

The IOC’s executive committee announced in a statement that it was barring Russia’s national Olympic committee from the Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The punishment, which will mean that no Russian athletes will not compete under the country’s colors, came amid intense pressure to punish the country for its alleged state-sponsored cover-up of doping by its athletes and is unprecedented in Olympic history.

In a statement released after it met in Lausanne, Switzerland, the committee said it acted on the recommendations of an IOC commission headed by the former Swiss President Samuel Schmid to investigate Russian doping. The statement said that his report confirmed “the systemic manipulation of the anti-doping rules and system in Russia.”

Speaking at a press conference after the decision was announced, Schmid said his commission did not find any evidence that the Kremlin was aware of the doping cover-up, but the IOC banned Russia’s former sports minister and current head of Russia’s national soccer association, Vitaly Mutko, for life from the Olympics, along with his former deputy, Yuri Nagornykh.

The anti-doping agencies of 17 countries, including the United States, demanded the IOC impose a blanket ban, issuing a collective statement in September that it was time for the body to stop “paying lip service” to the anti-doping fight.

The IOC stopped short of that, instead saying that some Russian athletes will be permitted to compete in Pyeongchang under a specially created status, “Olympic athlete from Russia,” according to the IOC statement. Those athletes will have to be cleared an IOC panel that will confirm they have no doping violations on their records and that they have undergone sufficient testing. Athletes approved by the panel will compete in a uniform with “Olympic athlete from Russia” written on it and under an Olympic flag. The Olympic anthem will be played in place of the Russian anthem at medal ceremonies.

Scott Blackmun, CEO of the United States Olympic Committee, called the decision “strong and principled.”

“There were no perfect options, but this decision will clearly make it less likely that this ever happens again. Now it is time to look ahead to Pyeongchang,” Blackmun said in a statement.

The IOC report confirmed the findings previous of investigations commissioned by by the World Anti-Doping Agency, which found evidence that Russia concealed doping by hundreds of its athletes for years, aided by the country’s intelligence services, with the cover-up reaching a crescendo during the 2014 Winter Olympics, which Russia hosted in Sochi. An investigation, conducted by the Canadian lawyer Richard McLaren for the World Anti-Doping Agency last year, led to Russia being partly excluded from the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

Last summer, facing similar calls to exclude Russia from the Rio Olympics, the IOC pushed the decision onto the international federations of individual sports, allowing them to choose which Russian athletes could compete. Although virtually Russia’s entire track and field team was barred from the Rio Games, in the end, the country was able to field about 70 percent of its Olympic team.

This time, anti-doping agencies and many athletes demanded the IOC impose a tougher penalty, arguing that Russia has not done enough to clean up its act.

Russian officials reacted to the decision by attacking it as unfair. Some Russian MPs immediately raised the possibility that Russia may boycott the Winter Olympics, with the first deputy speaker of Russia’s parliament, Ivan Melnikov, saying it would be “incorrect” for Russia’s team to travel to Pyeongchang under a neutral flag. Speaking to the news agency Interfax however, Melnikov suggested the Kremlin may decide otherwise, in which case he would support its decision.

“Should our country’s leadership and national sports decide otherwise, we will still be cheering for our people,” Melnikov said, adding, “In this case, it is important to build an information campaign around the Games in a particular way.”

The Kremlin did not immediately comment on the decision, but on Monday spokesman Dmitry Peskov said it was not considering a boycott, though President Vladimir Putin would make the final decision.


Cardi B calls out the United Nations for staying silent on the slave trade issue in Libya

Cardi B calls out the United Nations for staying silent on the slave trade boom in Libya (video)

American Rapper Cardi B is attacking the United Nations for what she calls their silence in the face of the dehumanizing slave trade going on in Libya.

The rapper said the United Nations have refused to make the issue in Libya their priority because they are benefitting from it.

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Femi Fani-Kayode shares heartbreaking photo of an African roasted alive in Libya

Femi Fani-Kayode shares heartbreaking photo of an African roasted alive in Libya as he condemns the slave trade boom

Former Aviation Minister Femi Fani-Kayode has condemned the ill-treatment of Nigerians in Libya and also the President of Nigeria for failing to address the situation.

Taking to his Instagram account, FFK shared a shocking photo of the burnt body of an African immigrant hanging upside down. He said the man had been roasted alive and it is the fate a lot of Nigerians in Libya are subjected to. Those who are not killed are sold into slavery or overworked.

He wrote: “Roasted alive! This is what Libyans do to sub-saharan Africans who are looking for a transit point to Europe. They sell them into slavery and either murder, mutilate, torture or work them to death. All this yet not a word of condemnation from @MBuhari or other African leaders!”

Femi Fani-Kayode shares heartbreaking photo of an African roasted alive in Libya as he condemns the slave trade boom