MUSIC: Sconty – Live My Life

Fast Raising Star “Sconty” is back with a new Jam Titled Live My Life After the successful release of his formal track titled “Melody” Sconty is well known for good Music, Signed to BMH Entertainment Song was produced By nameless Download And Enjoy.

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President Buhari Signs Financial Autonomy of State Legislature & State Judiciary into Law | This is What it Means

President Muhammadu Buhari has signed into law the financial autonomy to the legislature and judiciary across the 36 states of the country.
The President shared the news on his personal Twitter page:
Based on the power vested in me under Section 5 of the 1999 Constitution (as Amended), I, today, signed into law Executive Order No. 10 of 2020 for the implementation of Financial Autonomy of State Legislature and State Judiciary.
This administration will continue to do everything to strengthen the principles and practice of democracy and democratic governance in Nigeria.

This administration will continue to do everything to strengthen the principles and practice of democracy and democratic governance in Nigeria.
— Muhammadu Buhari (@MBuhari) May 22, 2020

Providing more information on the new law, the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, says the executive order means that the legislative and judicial arms of government across the 36 states in Nigeria, will no longer be tied to the governors, and will receive their financial allocations straight from the centre.
In a statement made available to newsmen in Abuja, Vanguard reports that the new order says:
The Accountant-General of the Federation shall by this Order and such any other Orders, Regulations or Guidelines as may be issued by the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, authorise the deduction from source in the course of Federation Accounts Allocation from the money allocated to any State of the Federation that fails to release allocation meant for the State Legislature and State Judiciary in line with the financial autonomy guaranteed by Section 121(3) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 (as Amended).
Article 6 (1) provides that:
Notwithstanding the provisions of this Executive Order, in the first three years of its implementation, there shall be special extraordinary capital allocations for the Judiciary to undertake capital development of State Judiciary Complexes, High Court Complexes, Sharia Court of Appeal, Customary Court of Appeal and Court Complexes of other Courts befitting the status of a Courts.
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‘I Told My Friend To Tempt My Boyfriend To Know If He Loves Me, Now They Are Married With 2 Kids’ – Nigerian Cries

A Nigerian woman has revealed how he lost his boyfriend to a friend.
Pearl took to Twitter to recount an ugly experience how he asked his friend, Anita to tempt her boyfriend to see if he really loves her.
However, her friend, Anita succeeded and she is now happily married with two kids.
Pearl revealed that she was deeply hurt that her friend, Anita is now married to her boyfriend.
“5 years ago I had asked my friend to test my boyfriend to see how much he loves me _Today they are happily married with 2 kids. Anita God won’t forgive you for me !” she tweeted.
See her tweet:

FG Debunks Rumour About Madagascar Billing Nigerian €170,000 For COVID19 Herbal Syrup

The Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF) and Chairman of the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 pandemic, Boss Mustapha has denied knowledge of Madagascar demanding 170,000 Euros from the Federal Government for herbal drugs which arrived the country days ago.
Mustapha who reacted to claim of the Nigerian government being asked to pay €170,000 for the Madagascar herbal mixture delivered to President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday May 16, by the visiting President of Guinea Bissau Umaro Sissoco Embalo, said same mixture was taken to other African countries without an invoice.
According to him, when he took delivery of the sealed herbal mixture, he was not handed an invoice, which would have indicated if there was a cost.
He said;
“In terms of the question of whether it comes with a cost. It was handed to me without an invoice so I assume it doesn’t come with a cost.
“That’s my assumption. For that, I think the Madagascar issue and the Chinese issue should be laid to rest.
“I think we have said repeatedly hear that we did not ask for the Madagascar consignment, it was given by the government of Madagascar to African countries as their contribution to wanting to find solution to the COVID-19 pandemic and we have repeatedly said our consignment and those of West African countries, was dropped off at Guinea Bissau and that we were making arrangements to go and airlift it.
“As God would have it, the President of Guinea Bissau decided to visit our President last Saturday and when he was coming, he came with our consignment of five cartons and those five cartons were delivered to me yesterday in the evening, sealed, without a bottle out of it.
“I’m going to engage the Minister of Health who has the responsibility of validation, through his institutions that are chartered by law to do that.
“The President was upfront with that even when he took delivery of it from the President of Guinea Bissau.
“He said it quite clear of what we are going to do with the consignment would be guided by science, under the processes of validation, we’ll now know where to go.”
The SGF who further disclosed that the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the weaknesses in all systems of the world, even of the so-called superpowers, stated that it would be a huge mistake for Nigerians to desire to go back to their old ways.
Mustapha Added;
“If we do not learn anything from COVID-19 and build institutions that will be enduring and sustainable, we would have failed the next generation.
“Life after COVID-19 will not be our normal type of life again. COVID-19 has come and it has disrupted everything you know as normal and the benefit of that distraction is that we will begin to put on our thinking cap and begin to address issues differently because it has exposed the weaknesses in all systems.
“It’s not only the Nigeria system that has been exposed, even the big countries with very big economies, COVID-19 has exposed every gap in their systems; their system of health, their social safety nets, their governance issues have all been disrupted and I can assure you that after COVID-19, at the individual level, at the community level, at the state level, at the national level, we will begin to do things differently. It cannot be business as usual again.”

MUSIC: Tems – These Days

After the long wait, Nigerian singer and songwriter, Tems finally dishes out a brand new single and it is titled, “These Days.”
“These Days” comes shortly after her stellar feature on Khalid-led record, “Know Your Worth” the remix, alongside Nigerian heavyweight singer, Davido.
The captivating tune was produced by RVdical The Kid, mixed and mastered by skilled sound engineer, Omeiza.
Check it out below and share your thoughts!
Tems actually knows the terms and conditions surrounding the music sphere, she’s a formidable force to reckon with. –

VFD Group Plc Holds 1st Virtual Annual General Meeting, Set N3.30 Dividend

The financial institution got the approval of its financial statements for the fiscal year 2019 by the shareholders, declared a dividend of N3.30 kobo per 50 kobo share payable as of May 1, 2020; appointment of a new director and re-election of retiring directors.
VFD Group has held its 4th Annual General Meeting (AGM), in line with the social distancing rules of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) in view of the Covid-19 Pandemic.
At the 1st Open Virtual AGM (OVA), the financial institution got the approval of its financial statements for the fiscal year 2019 by the shareholders, declared a dividend of N3.30 kobo per 50 kobo share payable as of May 1, 2020; appointment of a new director and re-election of retiring directors. Other agenda of the meeting was the appointment of new external auditors and members of the statutory audit committee.
The OVA accorded every shareholder an opportunity to vote on all the resolutions presented before members, under the chairmanship of Mr Olatunde Busari (SAN). The meeting, which was held via Zoom and live-streamed on YouTube with access to the general public, is a remarkable feat indicative of the Company’s transparency.

Busari said, “VFD Group has shown its commitment to world-class governance and transparency by being the first public company to organise an OVA that accorded all shareholders an opportunity to vote. We strongly believe that our capital market and public companies will be better governed if every shareholder’s vote counts – every single vote. It is on record that we had 100% participation of all shareholders in the voting process.” He urged the regulators to make polling in AGMs for public companies compulsory and also introduce virtual voting to enable every shareholder to cast his or her vote, regardless of geography.
Speaking on the Group’s financial performance, the Group Managing Director, Mr Nonso Okpala, said, “VFD Group Plc’s performance in 2019 has provided the foundation for its emergence as the leading investment company in Nigeria with interest in key sectors of the Nigerian economy. In 2020 and beyond, we will seek to integrate these companies in order to establish a value ecosystem for enhanced efficiency and compelling offering to over a hundred million Nigerians. The base of that ecosystem is our investment in VFD Tech and its recent launch of Nigerian’s #1 virtual bank called V by VFD which is available on the Apple App Store or Google PlayStore”
Members also approved the appointment of Mr Chuks Ozigbo, as a Director of the Company. It also re-elected Mr Olatunde Busari (SAN), Mr Suleiman Lawal, Mr Azubike Emodi, Dr Samuel Maduka Onyishi and Ms Jewel Okwechime as Directors.
The meeting further served to appoint Deloitte & Touche as the External Auditors of the Company, as well as approve the election of members of the Statutory Audit Committee.
Following the General Meeting, the Board of Directors still comprises 13 members including 5 Executive Directors and two Independent Directors.
About VFD Group Plc:
VFD Group Plc is a proprietary investment company with a vision to be a commercially viable investment company with global influence focused on building positive and socially conscious ecosystems. The Group has an investment interest in banking, real estate, technology, hospitality, leasing, financial advisory, remittance and asset management.
The Company was incorporated with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) on 7th July 2009 and commenced business operations the same year.

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COVID-19 Drug: ‘We Are Proud Of Madagascar’ – NAFDAC DG Praises Country

Prof. Mojisola Adeyeye, Director-General, National Agency for Food, Drugs Administration and Control (NAFDAC), has commended Madagascar’s initiative that ensured its herbal remedy for the Coronavirus pandemic.
“We are proud of them (Madagascar). They appreciate what they have. We do not.
“All the herbs they have and are using, we have them. But we do not use them the way they are doing.
“They appreciate their brains and use them. We must do same here if we want to develop as a nation,” she told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), on Thursday in Abuja.
She regretted that Nigeria had consistently depended on what others were bringing to it, and emphasised the need to look inward for solutions to our concerns.
Adeyeye said that the novel Coronavirus had jolted the country, and challenged those in authority to make the health sector a major priority.
“COVID-19 has slapped us in the face. It has kicked us back and front. We are now facing the stark realities of being insecure.
“There is drug insecurity, medical devices insecurity, test kits insecurity; we have always depended on other nations for everything.
“India, for instance, is not supplying medicals to us again because they are thinking about their own people.
“We have been using Dogonyaro (Neem tree) for ages. Some other African countries have developed their herbal remedies.
“Which one can we claim to have developed in Nigeria? What we are looking for in Madagascar, we may have it in our backyard,’’ the director general said.
Adeyeye said that Nigeria had been a slave to China and India in terms of drug reliance, adding that the challenge posed by the pandemic would make the country to look inward.
According to her, it is time for Nigerians to make use of their talents by looking inward and coming up with something.
She said that the coronavirus pandemic had created opportunity for Nigerians to start making good use of their talent and attempt to create something on their own.
Adeyeye, however, called for a policy that would ban importation of drugs and compel Nigerians to look inward and start the development of home made drugs.
“Madagascar has done it. They have looked inward and came up with herbs; Nigeria has over relied on the white for everything,
“Some of us claim to love this country, but we do not. We have good weather, good environment, natural resources, but we are not making good use of them,” she said.
“We must take the health sector serious by showing all sense of responsibility and we must work to stop importation of drugs,’’ the director general said.
The director general also called for investment in research, adding that without it, Nigeria would not move forward in the quest to develop herbal medicine.
“Research is an important ingredient that can create confidentiality agreement between herbal practitioners and NAFDAC.
“Research is important to help us know the content of the herbal mixture we even need to take
“Before COVID-19, we had inaugurated Nigerian Herbal Medicine Product Committee, precisely in March 2019. We have wasted a lot of money and opportunity to develop our herbal medicine and cannot continue that way,” she said.
The director general also called for mutual trust among the herbal practitioners to facilitate inventions in the medical sector.