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Olamide Introduces New Dance Step “Kpakujemu” (Video)

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Nigerian singer “Olamide” has introduced a new dance step “Kpakujemu” for his new song titled “Motigbana”.

The dance is expected to hit the street soon.

The Singer made this known on his twitter page, he wrote;

“Shoki x shakitibob x shaku shaku x kpakujemu � everything de street !”

Watch the video below;

Meanwhile, a Nigerian has reacted to new development as he took to the popular web forum to disclose his displeasure to the new dance move.

He wrote;

This is what gets Nigerian youths excited.

But if it is something educational or intellectual, they would avoid it like a plague.

They would all soon start searching for “how to dance kpakujemu” on google

But to band togther to remove these old politicians they won’t because their brains are filled with sawdust.

When Sowore declared his political party as the African Action Congress, fellow youths made fun of him for not picking a “formidable” party.

Lazy Nigerian youths, you all deserve to have your futures stolen by your greedy ancestors masquerading as politicians.

Keep cheering for them when they give u 5000k each while dancing kpakujemo!

Watch the official music video to “Motigbana” below;

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Bricklayer Kills Apprentice For Money Rituals

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A schoolboy was murdered in Oyo state one day to his 14th birthday and his boss has been arrested for his murder.

21-year-old bricklayer, Biodun Owolabi was arrested alongside his accomplices Festus Simon, 20, and an Alfa, over the killing of Quadri Olalekan, a 13-year-old secondary school student, for money ritual in Ibadan, Oyo State.

On Saturday, October 31, 2020, the suspects allegedly tricked the deceased with a bricklaying work at Iyana Church, Iwo Road, Ibadan.

Quadri Olalekan, who has been an apprentice due to the closure of schools, presented himself for the job as his boss requested.

When he didn’t return home after several hours, his mother raised an alarm and a search began.

Owolabi initially denied but later confessed to killing the missing child, The Cable reports

Bricklayer kills his apprentice for money rituals a day to his 14th birthday

“When it was discovered that the boy was missing, Owolabi was approached but he said he did not know where the boy was. When members of the community intervened, he said the boy had been killed and buried. He said he and the Alfa killed the boy and took parts of his body for ritual purposes. According to him, a popular baker and another individual in the area paid them to bring the body parts,” a source told the publication.

Owolabi then took members of the community to the place where Olalekan was buried. His remains were stuffed in a sack before being buried in a shallow grave.

Parts of the teenager’s body were missing. His arms, eyes, penis, and part of his buttock were reportedly removed. The sack was dripping with blood when it was exhumed.

A relative of the deceased’s mother who simply identified herself Bisi said Quadri Olalekan was to mark his 14th birthday a day after he was killed and his mother had already bought clothes for the occasion.

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Dr Adaku Releases Debut Single Jisike

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Dr Adaku Jennifer Agwunobi, also known as ‘Dr Adaku’ is a 27 year old PhD holder and singer/songwriter from London and of Nigerian heritage. She was the first Black doctoral researcher to obtain a PhD at her campus (more here), she is also the author of the poetry book ‘Yours Sincerely’ and additionally, Dr Adaku released her debut song “Jisike” yesterday on all platforms.

“Jisike” is a relaxing and soothing Igbo/English afro-lofi chill vibe. She wrote this song to help the world relax during what has been an intense year of uncertainty and injustice. Her research focuses are primarily on health, wellbeing and equity; and she is determined to make the world a better place! She believes music has such as undeniable power improving everyone’s well-being and it has always been a huge part of her life from a young age which Igbo highlife always playing in her household.

“Jisike” means ‘take it easy/take care’ in Igbo, “o ga di mma” means ‘everything will be good’ and the whole premise of the song is there to tell you that everything will be okay, even when it doesn’t seem like it. It’s a ‘close your eyes and relax’ vibe which everyone needs right now; and she has plenty more to come!

Please also enjoy the calming visualizer here too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxSb7deuSZg&feature=youtu.be

Song details:
Song name: Jisike
Artist: Dr Adaku

Links:
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/26cur9Gp4X7jNRjYedNQYc
Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/gb/album/jisike-single/1533241015
Audiomack: https://audiomack.com/dradaku/song/jisike
Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Jisike/dp/B08JZD4XG3/
Deezer: http://www.deezer.com/track/1090257642
iTunes: https://music.apple.com/gb/album/jisike-single/1533241015

Social media:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/DrAdaku
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/DrAdaku
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrAdaku
Website: https://www.ada-ku.com

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Naira Marley Surprise Fans With New EP ‘Lord Of Lamba’ (Photo)

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Naira Marley

Popular Nigerian Afro-music singer, Afeez Fashola, popularly known as Naira Marley has surprised fans with a new project.

The artist who is known for his controversial comments and alleged criminal cases had not earlier announced he was working on an EP.

Releasing the EP today, the project contains six tracks.

READ ALSO – After Being Dragged To Court Over Alleged Car Theft, Singer Naira Marley Shows Off His Garage (Photo)

Also, there are collaborations from two other afro artistes including Mayorkun and Young Jonn.

This, however, has warmed the hearts of his Marlians as it was a pleasant surprise for them.

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Naira Marley’s EP

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