The lyrical monopolist, Maupheen is back vibe the industry once more with this new music entitled 'Prime Time' featuring Northern Nigeria's popular bilingual lyrical puncher, B.O.C. Madaki and Adamawa's super talented  Hip-hop rapper Karams.

    Maupheen who is known for winning the #WhoYouEpp Competition hosted by YBNL's boss Olamide and the prestigious music platform in Africa NOTJUSTOK is said to be working on his EP, which we are yet to confirm the title.

    The song 'Prime Time' is coming after the national premier of "NOTICE" produced by  Lord Gabrielz sometime back.
    Take some time to Download and listen to 'Prime Time'.
    DOWNLOAD AUDIO: Maupheen - Prime time (Feat. B.O.C. Madaki & karams)
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    All Progressives Congress, APC, in Bauchi State again faces defection as 300 of its members moves to New Nigerian People’s Party.

    Bogoro LGA branch chairman of the NNPP in Bauchi State, Mr Andrew Simon said that the defectors’ decision to dump APC followed the ruling party’s failure to provide meaningful development in Nigeria.

    While receiving the decampees in Boi Ward, Simon stressed that NNPP doors were open and was ready to welcome Nigerians to its fold, saying “the party remains a panacea in 2019.”

    The chairman urged supporters of the existing political parties to collapsed into NNPP to rescue people from the leadership tyranny of APC under President Buhari

    It could be called that about 500 APC members had dumped the party for NNPP in same Boi ward recently.

    Leader of the decampees, Mr Philip Adamu said they were happy to join the NNPP. They accused the APC of making empty promise.
    “We are back home unlike what we suffered from the hands of APC who had no vision and mission even when they were voted into power”, said Adamu.


    Miss Adamawa, Vivian Ibrahim in giving out to the society decided to presents some relief materials to victims of herdman attack in Demsa local government of Adamawa State.

    The Queen who was accompanied by some queens of the Queens Connect Africa, Adamawa Chapter have this to share with fans, and other supporters on her Facebook profile.

    Had the privilege of visiting Dong community at Demsa LGA to present Relief materials to the victims of Fulani herdsmen attack today..
    Life is time and time is life,the reason many lives have been lost families scattered, children made homeless, houses got burnt down is because we mis-used the time we had to secure all these things listening to bad teachings, but there is still time left to secure the ones we have left. Lets not only raise our voices, lets put it to action and claim our right to living, our properties our lands and families. lets say no to #ViolentExtremism
    Thanks to all the queens who supported me today

    The beauty industry could be thought to carter for just the glamorous, or maybe the vain, or perhaps only those in the spotlight. Furthermore, it does - alongside every other person! The industry is based on the item and services that assist us look awesome - whatever that best might be.

    It's more differing than you might suspect and it's surely not only the cosmetics, hair shading and aroma - it's additionally the antiperspirant, toothpaste and even the ear hair scissors. It's not only the salons - it's the hair parlors, waxing establishments, rub establishments and a ton more.

    This has extended to even to the photo studios, breaking silence of unappreciative self and feeling the courage to see how beautiful one is after wearing makeup, beautiful African fabrics and cultural ornaments.

    Today we decided to look into something different; sharing the beauty of mother nature through this priceless work of art Juliet Walkiya Wyom as she shares photos of her creativity turned occupation.

    Read below:
    My name is Juliet Walkiya Wyom. I am from Kaduna state. A graduate of Banking and Finance from the University of Abuja. I came to Adamawa state as a Corp member where I discovered another perspective of beauty and lifestyle.

    I am a makeup artist and a model. I own the brand known as Jaybissmakeover which fully came into existence in 2016,and is fast reaching a unique standard as a result of hard work and flair for art and beauty.

    I see what I do not just as a craft but a hobby which is gradually becoming an empire of creativity.

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    The district head of Mayo Selbe in Gashaka local government area of Taraba, Jauro Hammangabdo, has overpowered a group of kidnappers who attempted to abduct him, killing two and injuring about three of them. Hammangabdo confronted the kidnappers who invaded his palace on Wednesday, March 14. The kidnappers who were about nine in number gained access to the traditional ruler’s palace and went into his bedroom. But the district head resisted the attempt to abduct him and engaged them in a fight. 

    The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), reported that the monarch used a sharp sword during the fight and killed two of the kidnappers and the rest took to their heels leaving some of their guns behind. The deputy governor of the state, Haruna Manu, who visited the area and sympathised with Lamdo of Gashaka, Zubairu Hammangabdo, who is a brother of the district head, commended the courage of the traditional ruler.

    He said cases of kidnapping had become a source of concern to the government and people of the state. The chairman of the local government, Mohammed Gayam, who also confirmed the incident to NAN, said that Hammangabdo had sustained deep cut in his head and hands and was admitted at the military hospital of the 20 Battalion in Serti area of the state.

    Gayam said he had visited the injured district head and that he was responding to treatment. He said the two kidnappers that were killed by the royal father were identified through their identity cards, adding that they were members of the kidnapping gang terrorising the area disguising as members of a vigilance group. He said in the past few weeks about 17 persons were abducted in the area and about three of them were killed by the kidnappers following failure of their relations to pay the ransom. The chairman said kidnappers and other criminals had turned the surrounding forest in the area to their den, terrorising natives even in broad daylight. 

    News has it that the governor raised this allegation on Thursday, February 1 when he received members of the national working committee of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), who paid him a sympathy visit on the death of a member of the state House of Assembly, Hosea Ibi.

    REFLECTIONS with Isuwa Ishaku
    When Victoria called on the proposed Saturday morning for us to attend my friend's wedding, I told her that I was in the office fulfilling my social responsibility. So she decided to come over in the afternoon, and off we threw ourselves to the Reception at the Mahmud Ribadu Square, Yola.

    At the Reception I saw something that was disturbing. While I appreciated the fact that Victoria dressed decently that day, I saw a lady sitting at the Reception that was very uncomfortable.

    The lady was wearing a mini-skirt black coloured suit as she sat on one of the white coloured plastic chairs. What actually caught my attention was how deep she was disturbed and uncomfortable, and when I observed very well, it was as a result of what she was wearing.

    As she was sitting, she used her hand kerchief to cover her laps that were exposed. She carefully placed the handkerchief to cover in-between her legs so that people could not see through. Whatever she was doing, her attention was always on her legs.

    Then there came her uncle who was passing by whom she had to greet How to greet him became a problem itself because she had to go down as courtesy would demand of her. As she went down to greet him, she suddenly backed him because she knew that he could see in-between her legs.

    After the greetings which she did uncomfortably, another development occurred that she had to contented with; her handkerchief was nowhere to be found. Yes, the “hankie” got missing. Since my attention was on her, I saw what happened with the handkerchief. As she was greeting her uncle, it had fallen from her hand and the wind got away with it.

    She looked everywhere for the handkerchief, it was nowhere to be found. She decided to return to her chair. Kai no, the sitting was not okay. She was very uncomfortable because her laps were bare and she had to find something to cover them.

    Victoria, the lady that I went there with, didn't know what was happening. As she was carried away by the dance of the groom and bride, i was also carried away by the situation that surrounded the mini-skirt damsel.

    The lady stood up, yes she was not comfortable with how she sat. After standing for a while, she sat back and crossed her legs. Even at that, her laps were exposed. She covered them with her hands; it was as good as they were not covered.

    At this juncture, I felt she needed some help. If she had to enjoy the wedding reception; someone, somewhere and somehow had to come to her rescue. I politely told Victoria to go and give the lady my hand kerchief which she did without inquiring to know why.

    Victoria went and gave her the “hankie”. She collected smilingly and immediately covered her laps. It was after she covered her laps that Victoria knew why I sent her.

    Now this is my message for this week. Dear don't put on a dress that will make you uncomfortable. Often times, we dress to impress other people at the expenses of our comfort. We put on clothes to impress others.

    Consider these questions whenever you're dressing up, will i be okay in it? Is the dress going to expose parts of my body consciously or unconsciously? What message am I passing to people out there? Mind you, your dress speaks volume of who you are.