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Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has opened up on how he consulted the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God Worldwide, Pastor Enoch Adeboye before accepting to run as Vice President.
Vice (2018) Genre: Biography, Comedy, Drama, History Release Date: Dec 11, 2018 Stars: Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Steve Carell Source: Vice.2019.1080p.WEB-DL.H264.AC3-EVO[EtHD] Language: English Subtitle Language: English IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6266538
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It's been speculated that 9ice released his new single "Sugar" early due to the results of the Nigerian Presidential election. This track were previously slated for a April 10th release date; "Sugar" boasts production credits from Puffy Tee, Consume this track
Singer 9ice, real name Abolore Akande, has released another new song just hours after dropping a new single. The song, "Allow" was released across all local and international digital platforms today by Temple Music (TMPL). The new song marks the singer's second
ALapomeji Ancestral Records dishes out this new video to 9ice's track titled "Ogara" which was produced by ID. The videe which was obviously shot outside the shores of Nigeria was filmed by Alexander the great. Enjoy
Alapomeji Ancestral Records head huncho, 9ice shares the official music video to his Olumix Produced track titled 'Abefe'. Abefe is an adoration tune, It delineates how a man adores his wife and advising her not to listen to double crosses who needs to grab
Alapomeji Ancestral Records frontier - 9ice, releases a brand new single entitled "Epana". This new single has the normal Alapomeji vibe and it serves as a follow-up to his currently buzzing single "Arami". "Epana" was produced by fast-rising record producer
9ice grabs his microphone again to prove he’s still got it as a legend. He dazzles on ‘Aiye’ and delivers absolutely well. Yoruba People usually Say – “Omo to ba fowo we, a’bagba jeun" which simply means "The Child who washes his hands properly, will eat with