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Nigeria loses another veteran musician.

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It was indeed another sad moment for the Nigerian entertainment industry as they lost one of its own again. This is hitting the ajegunle community most as they once again lost another veteran ghetto musician after losing one of the famous danfo drivers mad melon some weeks back and this will make it the second musician they are losing in the space of a month.

Reports reaching us has it that Chibudo popularly known as Chi-junglist of the group junglist has passed on after battling an unknown ailment for sometime now. Remember that chi- junglist has been seen on our screens some time ago looking sick and begging for funds to use for his treatment. It was later reported by his friends that he has finally lost the battle. The family will still announce his burial rites.



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    Falz Sues NBC Because Of Ban Placed On His Song;This Is Nigeria

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    Falz Sues NBC Because Of Ban Placed On His  Song;This Is Nigeria
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    The Barrister cum Singer Mr Folarin Falana who is popularly known as Falz, has filed papers in court challenging the ban placed by the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) on his song, "This is Nigeria".

    The court documents were filed through Falz's lawyers, Adepetun Caxton-Martins Agbor & Segun (ACAS-Law), on November, 6, 2018, three months after the NBC sent a letter to JODAJ Global Communications Limited in Jos sanctioning them for playing Falz's song, "This Is Nigeria" and banning the song from being played on radio, along with other songs.

    It will be recalled that In the letter sent by NBC  to JODAJ Global Communications Limited, NBC stated that the reason for banning This Is Nigeria is that the lyrics are vulgar and in contravention of the NBC Code. A lot of Nigerians, including celebrities, criticized NBC for the ban, stating it was ridiculous, but the ban was upheld.

    Though, Falz hinted in an interview granted in August that he would write to the NBC to seek a justification for the ban and if necessary, seek legal redress in the courts. He has now followed through on his words by taking legal action against the regulatory body.

    The Originating Summons reveals that Falz is seeking, among other things, for:

    1. A declaration that the Defendant’s prohibition of the Plaintiff’s song titled "This Is Nigeria" from being aired by the Nigerian media outfits on the pretext that same is laced with vulgar lyrics is in flagrant breach of the Plaintiff’s right to the freedom of thought, conscience and expression as guaranteed under Sections 38 and 39 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (as amended) and to that extent, such prohibition is unconstitutional, null and void.

    2. An Order of this Honourable Court setting aside and/or vacating the decision of the Defendant as contained in the letter dated 6th August 2018 and lifting the ban or proscription of the use of the Plaintiff’s song titled, "This Is Nigeria" by any and all Nigerian media outfit/organizations.

    3. The sum of N100,000,000 (One Hundred Million Naira to the Plaintiff on the footing of aggravated and exemplary damages for the wrongful and unconstitutional acts of the Defendant.

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    CIARA ROCKS NIGERIA'S JERSEY WITH FAMILY

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    CIARA ROCKS NIGERIA'S JERSEY WITH FAMILY
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    Popular American pop star and the "level up" singer has currently been showing massive interest for anything nigerian. The mother of one recently had a song which features nigerian singer, Tekno, which she sampled Tiwa Savage's Song with Da Prince. She was recently pictured with her family wearing Nike designed Nigeria track suit with family having fun. 

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    NIGERIA'S SCREEN DIVA, GENEVIEVE NNAJI, STARS IN HOLLYWOOD FILM

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    NIGERIA'S SCREEN DIVA, GENEVIEVE NNAJI, STARS IN HOLLYWOOD FILM
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    Nigeria’s screen diva, Genevieve Nnaji is starring in a movie, “Farming” alongside Hollywood actors Kate Beckinsale, Damon Idris, and Gugu Mmbatha-Raw.

    The film which is being shot in the U.K. and Nigeria started production in August and is being directed by Nigerian-British writer and director, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje.

    The film is based on Adewale’s autobiographical story, “Farming.” Genevieve, who shared few pictures of herself on set on her Instagram is popular for classic movies including, “Ije” and “Keeping Faith”.

    The Nollywood veteran recently made her directorial debut with her upcoming movie, "Lion Heart". The script was developed at the Sundance Film Institute and chronicles his own coming-of-age story growing up fostered by a white working-class family in the U.K.

    In the film, the lead character is sent to the U.K. by his parents in hopes of achieving a better life. Instead, he becomes the feared leader of a white skinhead gang in 1980s England. When all seems lost and he spirals into self-destruction, a benevolent teacher (played by Mbatha-Raw) offers him one last chance at redemption.

    Genevieve won the Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role in 2005, making her the first actress to win the award.

    She has starred in over 80 movies and is considered to be one of the best paid actresses in Nollywood.

     

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