I Record Over 100 Complete Songs In a Month - Fireboy
Fireboy stormed the music scene with his debut album “Laughter Tears & Goosebumps” and since then, Nigerians have been in awe of his musical prowess and how he is able to come up with meaningful lyrics. Fireboy who just released his first single of the year, “New York City Girl” made a very interesting statement about how he makes music.
I a recent interview with OAP,Dotun, Fireboy revealed that he records up to 10 songs per week. He added that these songs are not half recorded songs but complete hit songs. Dotun made some calculations and concluded that he records over 100 songs per month and he agreed.
Katsina: Bandits free two Catholic priests, others after one month
The Catholic priest and two others kidnapped by gunmen at Saint Patrick Catholic Church, Gidan Maikambo, Kafur Local Government Area of Katsina State, have been released.Chris Omotosho, the Director of Social Communications for the Sokoto Catholic Diocese, confirmed the release of the victims.Omotosho, who appreciated the support of the general public, their prayers, and encouragement during the trying moments of the church, expressed gladness that the four victims...
Man Kills His 1 Month Baby in Lagos
A man named Benedict Anieze has been apprehended by the Lagos State police command for allegedly smashing the skull of his one-month-old baby on the ground, killing her on the spot.The weird incident occurred at their residence in the Pipeline area of Idimu, Lagos State on Sunday, April 3.Reports have it that Benedict was at home with his wife and their baby when he suddenly went berserk, carried their child, and smashed her on the ground resulting in her death.To c...
Coronavirus: FG and Discos Agree To Give Nigerians 2 Month Free Electricity
Due to the economic quagmire that the country has find itself due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus in Nigeria, a virus that has made many institutions in the country to be presently unproductive.The Buhari led administration has now made it important to make some palliative measurements for Nigerians in order to lessen the drastic socioeconomic effects of the virus on Nigerians.Yesterday, the Electricity Distribution Companies (DisCos) said they have aligne...
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