From the stables of Ecleftic Entertainment comes this hit-banging, dope video by “the golden child of Nigerian Music”, Pepenazi, which he titles “Illegal”. He features YBNL’s general himself, Olamide who as usual delivers to the delight of all.
Barely a week after dropping the sublime visuals for the amazing tune ‘LOW’, the golden child of Nigerian music is back with a massive collaboration with the YBNL General and street king, OLAMIDE BADDO in this certified street anthem titled ‘ILLEGAL’.
Barely a week after dropping the sublime visuals for the amazing tune ‘LOW’, the golden child of Nigerian music is back with a massive collaboration with the YBNL General and street king, OLAMIDE BADDO in this certified street anthem titled ‘ILLEGAL’. There is no definition for the ‘hustle don’t stop’
The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), shuts down Lebanese firm, H and H Integrated Nigeria Limited, for illegal importation, distribution and sale of unregistered products.
The Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps, Anambra Command, has on Friday shut down 15 illegal security guard companies operating in the state. According to the News Agency of Nigeria, NAN, the Assistant Commandant-General Ben Dikuro revealed in Awka that the organisation would not live any stone unturned in making
The five Chinese businessmen that were involved in operating some illegal warehouses in Kano, where they had banned textile materials worth billions of Naira will be deported. This was disclosed by the Comptroller-General of Customs, Dikko Inde Abdullahi and his counterpart in the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS), David Parradang after
The Academic Staff Union of Universities, National President, Dr. Issa Fagge Nasir has declared that the 16 universities and other higher institutions established by the administration of President Goodluck Jonathan lack the necessary legal backing and so may be living on borrowed time.
In the wake of the struggle by the Nigeria’s Apex Bank (CBN) to meet the demand for dollars in the foreign exchange market, its governor, Mr. Godwin Emefiele, has declared that the currency for transacting business in the country remains the naira, warning that it is illegal to carry out