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19 Apr 2019

NYSC Opens Up On Covering Death Of Corps Member In Bauchi Camp

The management of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Bauchi State has confirmed the death of 28-year-old corps member, Magdalene Yohanna during the batch A orientation exercise.

It, however, debunked media reports that it covered up the incident.

The state Coordinator of the NYSC, Afolayan James, who made the confirmation, explained that the deceased lied in the medical report she submitted to the scheme during her registration.

James said the NYSC management was constrained to respond to the story reported by several media platforms (not 247NNU  which is also trending online.
The coordinator said the welfare and general well-being of corps members were given top most priority and consideration by the management of the scheme.

He pointed out that “this informed management’s decision that prospective corps members must come to the orientation camp with a duly signed medical report by a registered medical practitioner from a recognised government healthcare stating the true health condition of every prospective corps member.

“Also, prospective corps members who have serious health challenges are also relocated instantly to any place where they can receive adequate medical care since their condition would not allow them to stay in camp.

“Corps member, Yohanna, reported to camp full of enthusiasm and zeal to serve her fatherland in Bauchi State. Therefore, the corps member did not indicate any health challenge in the registration documents she completed and neither did she complain of Asthma on arrival in the camp.

“Furthermore, the medical certificate of fitness presented by the corps member gave her a clean bill of health.”

The state NYSC coordinator said the deceased participated in all activities in the camp willingly without being forced to do so.

He added that the morning meditation in any NYSC orientation camp does not involve any strenuous activities as it only involved rendition of the National Anthem, NYSC Anthem, recitation of the National Pledge, the National Prayer, as well as listening to inspirational materials in any topic that could inculcate patriotism and selfless service in the corps members.

“It was while this was on that it was noticed she was uncomfortable, and medical officials on standby moved her with the NYSC ambulance to the clinic where she was attended to by corps doctors and the resident doctor from the Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University Teaching Hospital (ATBUTH) in Bauchi.

“The doctor who is more experienced on examining her commenced treatment for ulcer based on the complaint of pain in the chest and lower abdomen. He also effected her immediate transfer to ATBUTH having assessed that her case should be referred to the hospital.

“Also her brother who came to Bauchi on being informed of the unfortunate incident equally said she had a history of health challenge of ulcer and that she was discharged from hospital in December 2018, after undergoing treatment.”

James noted further that the NYSC and Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University Teaching Hospital encouraged the family to allow an autopsy to be carried out but it was declined in writing with appreciation for the efforts made to save her life.

On why there was no official statement by the NYSC officials on the death of the corps member during the closure of the orientation exercise, he said making a statement on it would be opening deep wounds.

Court Sacks Senator For Defecting From PDP To APC, Asks Him To Refund Salaries

The Federal High Court sitting in Abakaliki has declared the Ebonyi South Senatorial District seat being occupied by Sonni Ogbuoji vacant and ordered him to vacate the seat immediately.

The judgment was delivered on Thursday by Justice Akintola Aluko of the Abakaliki Division of the court.

Delivering a 71-page judgement, Justice Aluko held that that Ogbuoji, who defected from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to the All Progressive Congress (APC) in 2018, flouted Section 68(1)g of the 1999 Constitution.

The said section 68 (1)g bars elected lawmakers from defecting to another party except if the party on whose platform they were elected is divided or in crisis.
The court also ordered the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to withdraw the certificate of return issued to the senator and to conduct a fresh election to fill the seat.

Also, the court ordered the lawmaker to refund to the coffers of government all monies, be it salaries, allowances or any order form of payment, he may have received as benefits from the position from the date of his defection.

The judgement was in respect of suit number FHC/AI/CS/44/2018 filed by Evo Ogbonnaya Anegu, Oti Ama Ude, Uche Richard Ajali, Una Sunday Okoro and Simon Ajali Ogbadu for themselves and on behalf of the members of the PDP in Ebonyi South Senatorial District.

They had sued Ogbuoji and INEC (2nd defendant), asking the court to declare Ogbuoji’s seat vacant for defecting to the APC when there was no crisis or division in the PDP.

Reteirating the position of the law on the matter,the judge said: “Section 68 (1)g says that 'a member of Senate or House of Representatives shall vacate his seat in the house if being a person whose election to the house was sponsored by another political party'.

“The person shall vacate his seat if he becomes a member of another political party before the expiration of the period for which he was elected, provided that his membership of the latter political party is not as a result of a division in the political party, which he was previously a member or of a merger of two or more political parties or factions by one of which he was previously sponsored.

“In other words, any lawmaker who defects to another political party when the party under whose platform he was elected was not undergoing any form of crisis or was not part of a merger with two or more political parties shall vacate his seat."

The plaintiffs contended that Ogbuoji’s conduct, if not condemned, would encourage political prostitution and legislative rascality.

But in his defence, Ogbuoji claimed that he resigned his membership of the PDP and defected to APC on Jan. 27, 2017 and not January 2018 as claimed by the plaintiffs.

He also said that the crisis in the party was finally resolved in July 2017 by the Supreme Court but that before then, he had resigned his membership of the party via a letter he submitted to the PDP

Secretary of his Ebunwana Ward, Mrs Ragina Agwu, on Jan. 27, 2017.

However, the plaintiffs punctured Ogbuoji's defence by providing evidence that the said Agwu was not the secretary of the ward at the time the said letter was allegedly given to her.

The plaintiffs claimed Mrs Agwu was expelled by the party on January 23, 2017.

They also argued that Ogbuoji, who claimed to have defected from PDP to APC in January 2017, took active part in the non-elective and elective congresses of PDP in August and December 2017 as a delegate.

The court, in its findings, said there were discrepancies in the pieces of evidence provided by Ogbuoji, which, it maintained, rendered them unreliable and doubtful.

The judge said: “There is no basis to attach any probative or evidential value to the said exhibits," the judge said.

“What that means is that the defendant’s claim of resignation on January 2017 is shrouded in inconsistencies, contradictions and suspicion."

The court, therefore, held that the plaintiffs proved their case beyond reasonable doubt, “adducing credible evidence to establish that Ogbuoji defected to the APC in January 2018 and not January 2017 as he claimed in his defence.

“It is also said that at the time of defection, there was no division or faction in PDP to warrant such defection as permitted by section 68 (1)g of the constitution.

Therefore, giving his final verdict the Judge said: “By the evidence before me, I find that the 1st defendant is guilty of unholy political flirtation and coquetry which the makers and drafters of the constitution resolved to outlaw by the enactment of section 68(1)g of the constitution.

“Having failed to vacate his seat in the Senate, following his unconstitutional defection in a manner that suggests that he ate his cake and still wanted to have it, he is liable to be forced out and refund to the National Assembly.

“He is therefore to refund all monies in form of salaries, allowances, or whatsoever paid to him by virtue of his unconstitutional holding on to the position as a senator beginning from the date of his unconstitutional defection to date. Consequently, I hold that the case of the plaintiffs has merit and hereby succeeds.”

The court awarded the sum of N500,000 in favour of the plaintiffs.

Ogbuoji contested the 2019 governorship election in Ebonyi on the platform of APC and  lost to the incumbent Governor, David Umahi

IPOB Blow Hot Over The Killing Of Prophet Nwoko

The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has reacted to the murder of its member, Prophet Anthony Nwoko.

247NNU reported earlier on Friday that Prophet Nwoko was murdered in his Enugu home.

Prior to his death, the devoted IPOB member had alleged series of threat to his life and also announced his sour relationship with Nnamdi Kanu, the IPOB leader.
In a statement on Friday by the Publicity Secretary of IPOB, Emma Powerful, the group said “If the motive behind the sponsored news announcing the unfortunate demise of the Enugu based freelance ‘prophet’ Anthony Nwoko and his previous association with our leader, is to dampen or deflect attention from the earth shattering worldwide broadcast scheduled for Saturday April 20, 2019 on Radio Biafra, then they better be informed that their plans have failed woefully.

“Our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu will broadcast, that mankind may know the evil that Nigeria has become. This diversionary tactics of planting a sensational story in APC sympathetic newspapers is meaningless and will never work.

“Who ever it was within the Nigerian security apparatus that dreamt up this ruse is a colossal failure because we IPOB have faced worse and come out stronger.

“Should independent autopsy confirm any foul play in the reported death of Anthony Nwoko, then DSS and Army will be held accountable. Their recent spate of abductions and killings across Biafraland is proof, if any is needed, that they would commit whatever atrocity they can, in the hope of implicating IPOB.

“We mourn the loss of every Biafran and in this regard we remember those shot dead in Asaba a few days ago on Monday 15 April, recent victims of Fulani terrorist attacks in Anambra, Delta and Abia. Our heart also go out to those unlawfully incarcerated for the unspeakable crimes at a Catholic Church in Ozubulu who have only two days ago regained their freedom.

“IPOB is well aware that Nigerian government and her security agencies will go to any length to stain our unimpeachable reputation in the hope of using it as a cover to continue their ongoing unreported war against IPOB.

“The media should be mindful not to prejudice the uninvestigated circumstances surrounding the passing of Anthony Nwoko in order not to become unwitting agents of dark forces that wish to tarnish the image of IPOB at any given opportunity.

“As a movement rooted in the principles of democratic values and all it entails, IPOB will always welcome criticisms from all quarters because the Biafra we are seeking to build will be an open tolerant society.

“We must however caution that Biafrans should be mindful of the opportunities their perceived hostility towards Biafra liberation might present to those seeking to exploit it for the benefit of the Fulani ‘One Nigeria’ caliphate agenda.

“Enemies of Biafra within and outside the East will seek out every available avenue to damage the stellar standing of IPOB and her leadership and they will never ever stop until we recognise the danger they pose to us all.

“If this APC demonic dictatorship had their way, they would have blamed IPOB for the sacking and conviction of Onnoghen in order to engineer enmity between South East and South South. Nothing is beyond them in their desperation to subdue every opposition.

“We will flush out Jubril Al-Sudani the great impostor from Aso Rock. He must provide his DNA and face charges of high crimes and misdemeanours alongside Abba Kyari and the rest. Nothing our enemies does, even with the help of a media that doesn’t investigate stories, will stop IPOB from liberating Biafra from the shackles of damnation and iniquity that Nigeria has come to represent.”

News In Pictures: Rainstorm destroys over 50 houses in Ibadan, victims cry out

No fewer than fifty houses, shops and other structures have been destroyed as a result of heavy rainstorm, which accompanied the rainfall that occurred in some parts of Ibadan, the Oyo State capital on Thursday.
DAILY POST reports that among the houses, shops and other structures which, were affected are those that belonged to residents of Alaaka community, Araromi village, Igbonna, Apete, Wajawaja, Ologuneru, Alapata, Olose, Oloman, Arijo, Awotan, Alapata, Ile-Titun and other areas all in Ido Local Government Area of the state.
Our correspondent, who received several distress calls from the owners of the houses whose roofs were either blown off, structures were destroyed or totally collapsed as a result of the heavy rainstorm, learnt that the rainstorm occurred between 6.00 and 6.30 pm during the rainfall that occurred in the affected areas.
DAILY POST correspondent, who visited most of the areas reports that apart from the houses and shops, no fewer than fifteen concrete and wooden poles have been destroyed or broken, a situation which may affect electricity supply in the affected areas.

A resident of Alaaka community, Mr. Musliudeen Ajadi Alimi, whose house he built last year totally collapsed after the roof wa,s blown off, told DAILY POST that he and his wife were in the house when the incident occurred.

Ajadi, while lamenting his ordeal, appealed to the state and federal governments as well as National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), as well as spirited Nigerians to come to his rescue saying that, “I don’t know where to start”.
He said, “It was the rainstorm came in heavy way. The whole roof was totally removed. It destroyed the whole building after the roof was removed. What is left. I am appealing to the well spirited Nigerians, Oyo state government and the federal government to come to my aid.”

Another affected person, whose roof was removed during the rainstorm, Mrs. Funke Emmanuel, told our correspondent that she and her husband were left with no option to sleep in their shop.

She said, “The rainstorm was heavy. I was inside the house with my children. The rainstorm came three times, it carried the whole roof the forth time it came. I thank God that it does not claim any live. I am appealing to the government of Oyo state to come to my rescue.”

A resident of Ologuneru, whose shop was also destroyed while recounting his ordeal told DAILY POST on Friday that he almost die when the electricity in the shop shocked him during the rainstorm.

Another resident of Arijo community, Mr. Kamilu Adesina, told DAILY POST that most of the houses in Arijo, Wajawaja, Olomo, Ogunde and Olose were one way or the other affected saying that about two concrete poles and more than five wooden poles were destroyed.

He said, “Our area at Arijo, Wajawaja up to Olose and Oloman, I can’t say the number of houses that were destroyed. When I was coming I saw two concrete poles and many wooden poles that were break. In fact, I don’t know when we will have electricity in those areas. It affected many houses in Oloman, Olose. The rainstorm blew off a two-bedroom flat of one woman I know in Olose community”.

Chairman of Alaaka Estate Landlord and Landladies Association, Mr. Tunde Odeyale, who said that about fifteen houses were destroyed in the area, urged government to come to the rescue of the affected persons.
He said, “The rain of yesterday affected many houses in Alaaka community. It destroyed many houses and property worth millions of naira. About fifteen houses were destroyed. It has rendered many people homeless now. They are now looking for places to sleep and we are incapacitated. Among those whose houses were destroyed included Mr. Ajadi, Mrs. Emmanuel, Iya Zainab, Mrs. Bose Aliu, Mr. Ayuba and others. We are now urging our government and those who can support us in this community”.

But, the Chairman of Ido Local government area, Mr. Wahab Oladejo, when asked to speak on the matter however said that there was nothing the local government can do except the state government.

“I am not aware because my people in those areas are yet to call me. But, with that, don’t promise them that the local government can help them. It is the state government that can help. Just write what you see and don’t let anybody push you. Write any report you want to write and don’t let anybody push you. If we see it and the local government is in position to help, but don’t promise anybody that the local government can help. Because, as at now, the capacity of the local government is not enough to take care them. I know that it is the state government that is in position to help them”.
But, the secretary of the Oyo State Emergency Management Agency, Mr. Akin Makinde, who said he was hearing the news for the first time, however promised that the agency would take the necessary action when furnished with the details of the damages in the affected areas.

Outrage As Policemen Kill 13 Year Old Boy In Rivers State

Precious Gladstone, a 13-year-old boy, has been killed by a policeman in Rivers State.

Gladstone was allegedly hit by bullet when some youth protested the killing of one Nyebuchi Jeremiah by a police officer identified as Sergeant Chinedu, attached to Rivers State Police Command.
He gave up the ghost at the hospital due to pains from the gun wounds.

Narrating the incident, a Twitter user @AskPHPeople said Jeremiah was stabbed at Obio/Akpor Local Government Area of the state.

The account tweeted: “Police officer by the name Chinedu stabbed & murdered an innocent man named Nyebuchi at Atali/Elimgbu, Obio/Akpor LGA. Rivers State.

“When the youths of the area went on protest at the station, @PoliceNGshot sporadically at unarmed civilians.

“A 13 year old by the name Precious Gladstone & Turuchi (27) were shot by men of the @PoliceNGwhen youths went on protest against the murder of Nyebuchi.”

It was later gathered that Precious died at the hospital while Turuchi suffered a serious injury that would lead to the amputation of his leg.

“The boy is dead and Turuchi lost his leg,” SaharaReporters was informed.

Galdstone's killing stokes the growing demand for the scrapping of the department of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the Police as well as a total reform of the Police.

Commenting on the incident, Segun Awosanya, popularly known as Segalink, the leading activist behind the #EndSARS movement, said the officers had been arrested and will be duly prosecuted.

@segalinktweeted, “The officers involved in this case are all in custody. The Sgt. that stabbed and the one that shot at the crowd. The IGP is aware and will bring them all to book. None of the superior officers will be spared. We are monitoring.”

Frank Mba, Police Public Relations Officer, was not reachable for comment as of press time.

CAN President under attack for allegedly “giving Buhari’s money” to Boko Haram victims

A coalition of over 500 Christian organisations in Nigeria have rejected what they described as “blood money given to the families of the victims killed by Boko Haram members and other insurgents” in the Northeast by the embattled President of the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, Rev. Samson Supo Ayokunle.

The coalition argued that since the money may have been proceeds of what the CAN Presisent got from his regular visits to President Muhammadu Buhari and other politicians, they were rejecting it because the Presidency was not concerned over the killing and persecution of Christians in Nigeria.

The resolutions of the over 500 Christian groups was contained in a communique entitled “The CAN President: A Kingdom Personal Non-Grata! You are not welcome here!”, issued in Abuja on Friday after their emergency meeting held at the national secretariat of CAN.
The communique was signed by the President, Arewa Christians and Indigenous Pastors Association, ACIPA, Rev. Luke Shehu; President, Coalition of Christians Groups for Good Governance – Nigeria and Diaspora, COCGOG, Engr. Daniel Kadzai; President, Patriotic Christian Youths of Nigeria, PCYN, Evangelist Timothy Nasso; Spokesperson, Arise Christian Network, Pastor Joseph Zephaniah and President, Christian Youths Integrity Group, Godwin Yilpina.

The communique reads, “The blood of the believers killed in the North East are crying against the visit of Samson Supo Ayokunle. Please, we advise you to do the noble, this week like Judas whom you typified in the Church of Christ in Nigeria, lay down the money earned through conspiracy against the Christian faith and resign.

“You will do well, Sir, to let us know, if the CAN National Executive Council (NEC) or College of Bishops, met over your visit to make provision for funds which has enabled you to donate rice. Or is it a bread of affliction?

“Our people are determined not to partake in the licking of fingers dipped in the blood of our brethren. Money gotten from conspiracy against our faith is blood money and we will never be part of it. Tell us the value that commanded your congratulatory message, and resign now!”

They wondered why the CAN President would decide to visit the North East, North Central and North West, barely one month to the Presidential Election in CAN, describing it as political, but had refused to visit the family of Leah Sharibu who had been held in Boko Haram captivity for more than one year.

Leah Sharibu was one of the 110 female students of Government Girls’ Science and Technical College, Dapchi, Yobe State, who had been held in captivity since February 19, 2018 by Boko Haram terrorists on account of her Christian faith.

The coalition added, “It was a week like this that Judas kissed Jesus, have you (Ayokunle) come like Judas to kiss us in your desperation to remain in office? But Judas came to himself after he realised it was wrong for him to have sold Jesus for 30 shekels of silver. For how much was the christians in Nigeria sold?

“The President of CAN will need to clarify where the money he lavishly spent during his visit to the North East is coming from. Is it part of the reward of congratulating our persecutor (Buhari), the man under whose watch as the President, Christians are maimed, killed, livelihoods destroyed and are sacked from their homes?

“Today, the church has witnessed the highest number of Christians living in Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camps under the supervision of Rev. Samson Supo Ayokunle.

“There is a man who will forever be remembered by Christians for his treachery: He is Rev. Samson Supo Ayokunle, the President of CAN, the Judas Iscariot of our time. No wonder he chose to embark on tour across Northern Nigeria ahead of Easter.

“The CAN President has betrayed not only the Nigeria Christians but also believers all over the world who are praying for the persecuted Christians and deeply touched by heinous killings of Christians in Nigeria

“We are shocked! It was bad enough that the CAN President has battered our sacred institutions. CAN under his leadership is characterised by stinking corruption and terrible immorality amongst the officials. But the sad reality is that he has aligned himself with our tormentors just for money and relevance.

“It is almost unthinkable that the CAN President can embark on a campaign visit to the North East, one month to the expiration of his troublesome tenure in office. Where was he when Christians are being abducted on daily basis, maimed and brutally murdered in the North East: Adamawa, Borno, Yobe and North Central: Benue, Plateau, Taraba, Nasarawa and also Kaduna and Zamfara in the North West?

“While Christian organisations and leaders like ECWA, ACIPA, CNNC and others visited the parents of the abducted Dapchi school girl, Leah Sharibu to pray with and encourage them, the CAN President chose to look the side and was busy negotiating visits to Aso Rock.

“Why is he coming few days to National Elections of CAN, when he has failed woefully and refused to constitute the Electoral College one month to the election?

“It is imperative to mention the failure of Ayokunle, in uniting Nigerian Christians at the most desperate time of their needs. Also, his total disregard and disrespect for the denominational heads as spiritual leaders and Nigeria Christian Elders Forum (NCEF) is the most greatest disservice and dishonour to the body of Christ and ecclesiastical hierarchy in Nigeria.

“He is not welcome, because he has brought us down and caused so much embarrassment to the body of Christ over his corrupt behaviour. He is an ethnic bigot who has turned CAN into Yoruba and Baptist affairs. Whoever is in doubt should find out the people on his entourage each time he travels or go bootlicking in Aso villa. He must not contemplate contesting the election because he has failed his church, Baptist and the Church in Nigeria.”

Reno Omokri Heaps Commendations On Buhari

Reno Omokri, former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, has commended President Muhammadu Buhari for signing the Minimum Wage Repeal and Reenactment Bill into law.

DAILY POST had reported that Senator Ita Enang, Senior Special Assistant to the President on National Assembly Matters(Senate) disclosed this while briefing State House correspondents at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
The Senate had on March 19, approved N30, 000 as the new national minimum wage, with an appeal to the Federal Government to expedite action on assent and implementation.

Reacting, Omokri who is a staunch critic of the Buhari led administration said the President showed good leadership by signing the bill.

He tweeted , “I commend President @MBuhari for signing the Minimum Wage Repeal and Reenactment Bill into law. He had no need to do it, since the elections are over (but the court case is NOT), but he did it all the same.

“That is an act of good leadership on his part and I appreciate him for it.”

News In Pictures: Jay Jay Okocha Flexes With Tuface Despite Outstanding Warrant For His Arrest

Jay Jay Okocha is currently on the UEFA Champions League tour and has been sharing moments from this on social media.
He took to his Instagram page to share the pictures with Tuface Idibia and FCBarcelona’s Carles Puyol.

The former Super Eagles captain was declared wanted by a Lagos high court an a warrant for his arrest was issued earlier this week.

See the photos below:

News Minimum Wage: Workers Demand N32,000

The Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT), Adamawa State Wing, has expressed confidence that the incoming administration would pay N32,000 minimum wage to workers in the state.

Mr Rodney Nathan, Chairman of the state chapter, who commended President Muhammadu Buhari, for signing into law the N30,000 new National Minimum Wage for workers, however, noted that the state workers were looking forward to receiving N32,000 as minimum wage.

NAN reports that Nathan said that the workers’ optimism was drawn from the Governor-elect, Ahmadu Fintiri’s electioneering promise to pay workers N32,000 minimum wage.
He said that Fintiri, being a man of his words, would not renege on his promise.

He called on all teachers in the state to support the incoming administration in its vision to ameliorate the plight of teachers in particular and all workers in general.

The union leadership also urged the incoming administration to address some of the challenges faced by the teachers in the state.

He mentioned lack of implementation of promotion, upgrade of teachers, transport leave grants, among others as some of the major challenges facing teachers in the state.

He said the new minimum wage would go a long way in improving the standards of living of a Nigerian worker.

He also urged government at all levels to reinvigorate the civil service, to get the best out of the civil service.

He decried redundancy occasioned by some government organisations, adding that such had killed staff development sprit of workers in such organisations.

Falz Finally Gets The Chance To Reply People That Made Him Trend On Simi’s Wedding Day

On the day Simi got married, Falz was one of the top trends and that was because some people wouldn’t mind their business they had to bring him into it, asking if he was invited to the wedding.

Well, guess who finally got a lyrical response? Falz the Bahd guy!!! Falz has dropped his response about that “amebo moment” on Simi’s new record, “Mind your business”
This record is talking to everyone who wouldn’t face the issues that they undoubtedly have, rather they prefer to focus on the issues of others. The song highlights the wild interference of other people’s lives in this age of social media where we give people the chance to see a part of our lives and they use that part as their dinner chit chat or bedtime stories.

Well done sir, Mr talker  Eku ise Mr wetin no consine you reporter

Simi don marry Adekunle

But why

Was Falz invited

How is that your consine?

Why don’t you face your work aunty Uche, you go chook your mouth everywhere like ekute

You dey let sleeping dog lie, shey you know say na curiosity wey kill cat

Leave talk leave amebo, leave chat, face front find business wey you fit start

Take tea, drink that mind your bizwax

Open your ear when you’re listening to this track

Na for your ear dem go hear she buy three cars

Or say she just use her mama do rituals

You say Shade don dey reach thirty-two years

But she never still marry make she

This song is a shade to everyone talking about Simi and Falz the Bahd guy and also, it is an attack to anyone who has ever talked about someone for reason, asking that they do better and as Falz said, Leave talk, leave amebo, leave chat, face front find business wey you fit start.
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