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Singer/Songwriter Mary Opara is back on the music scene with a brand new, sensational gospel song she wrote –You’ve Got My Back.

When the Lord calls you to sing- you sing. To God be the glory. He protects us through thick and thin and as the lyrics explain-he has our backs.

The singer has been in the music industry for several years. She took a break, and is back with a bang.

Mary Opara has worked in the music industry over three countries, Nigeria, England, and the United States.

She has performed in over 50 venues as lead singer of Comrades Band in Nigeria.

She has worked on over 200 songs in Nigeria, performing as lead vocalist, and as a background vocalist, working with producers-Nkono Teles, Jake Sollo, Soji Benson Productions, Goddy Oku and many others, working in studios across Nigeria.

Few old but popular songs she worked on in Nigeria- Kanyi Gbaa Egwu (All Night Long)-Mannix Okonkwo, Mandy Brown Ojugbana background vocals-Taxi Driver, Breakthrough, Nigeria Go Survive-Veno Marioghae, and many more.

Some work in music, in England, and the US, include radio jingles, singing at weddings, birthday celebrations, wake-keepings, and performed both Nigerian, and American National Anthem for Nigerian Embassy Celebration in the US.

Mary Opara recorded a solo album, in the US, in 2009, that sold several thousands of copies.

Watch & Download “Mary Opara – You’ve Got My Back” below:-

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Buhari To Visit South Africa Over Xenophobic Attacks On Nigerians

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President Muhammadu Buhari will embark on a state visit to South Africa as part of the efforts to put an end to incessant xenophobic attacks on Nigerians living in that country.

 

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama, disclosed this Wednesday in Abuja during an interaction with the media shortly after he was inaugurated.

 

The minister who refused to reveal the date the president would be embarking on the trip also stressed the need to establish a hotline between the two countries.

 

Onyeama stated: “We have to have a hotline between ministers and the minister of South Africa. We have to be on the hotline. So, if we feel that the South African government at the highest level needs to act, then we can get in touch with them.

 

“But more specifically, as regards to south Africa, our president has accepted to go on a state visit to South Africa and the South African president, the former and the present one elevated our bi-national commission with south Africa from ministerial level to presidential level.

 

So, what we are looking at is a special relationship between South Africa and Nigeria that can be also a game-changer for African the same way the Franco-German alliance has been the engine of the European Union.

 

We want to see a situation where that will be the case. South Africa and Nigeria are driving Africa economically, and socially for the next 50 or so years and in that framework, we need to address the issue of security of Nigerians in South Africa at the very highest level.

 

When the two presidents are engaged on this, I think all those below that have to do something or will be forced to do something.

 

Onyeama noted that while there was a trust deficit between the Nigerian Union in South Africa and the South African police.

 

He said it was important to get the two working together to address this issue

 

The minister explained further that Citizen diplomacy would be a major priority in the next four years, while the ministry would equally continue to engage various countries to ensure the repatriation of stolen funds.

 

According to him, “for this, I will like to see us have a 24-hour help desk so that every Nigerian anywhere in the world will have a number that they can call whenever they are having any issues of any kind and that will be managed from a central point and transferred immediately to wherever we will be able to provide that solution.

 

As a help-desk for every Nigerian anywhere in the world – if they have complaints, that it is going to be addressed at the highest possible level.

 

Onyeama stated that the ministry would provide oversight over all Nigerian agencies around the world to ensure that they are providing the best services they can for Nigerians.

 

In that context too, we have to look in particular the security of Nigerians in all the countries around the world.

 

We are going to be a lot more aggressive and robust in engaging with countries to ensure that the human rights and security of Nigerians anywhere in the world is respected,” Onyeama assured.

 

On the economy, he said that the federal government would develop what he called Nigeria Economy Development Initiative, adding that the ministry would play a key role in promoting Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) into Nigeria, while also leveraging on the physical presence of the country in about 100 countries around to promote export for Nigerian businesses.

 

 

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Apart From “No Dumping Of Refuse Here” & Do Not Urinate Here” – Which Other Notice Do Nigerians Love To Disobey?

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Hi Guys!!

 

I won’t even lie, in Nigeria we all have A1 in disobeying clearly written rules 😂

 

Yesterday, I got caught by some LAWMA guys in my area in the night when I went to dump refuse despite “No Dumping Of Refuse Here” clearly written on the wall.

 

Shebi na people dump the refuse wey dey there? That was why I felt I should also dump mine but as I finished dropping it, those guys caught up on me.

 

I started speaking in my native Egba dialect, pretending as if I am Jolly Just Come (JJC). They wanted to collect money from me as fine, I told them, I don’t have money and I would appreciate if they can help me find job.😜

 

Out of pity, they locked up, warned me not to do it again and freed me.

 

Emi Adekunle Ekun! I drove pass them the next morning and even hailed them, they were so shocked and pained😂

 

I know, many Nigerians are also on this table, even you that you’re reading this. But we are not here to crucify ourselves

 

The question is 👇

 

Apart From “No Dumping Of Refuse Here” & Do Not Unrinate Here” – Which Other Notice Do Nigerians Love To Disobey?

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[Music] Yemi Alade – Give Them

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Effyzzie Music singer and songwriter – Yemi Alade, dishes out a brand new single titled “Give Dem“.

 

Yemi Alade AKA the queen of numbers, who recently garnered a million YouTube subscribers is set to release her brand new album which she tagged ‘Woman Of Steel‘.

 

Off the project, she serves us this melodious tune ‘Give Dem‘ which was produced by the highly talented Krizbeatz.

 

Furthermore, the track was mixed and mastered by raving sound engineer, Spyrit Mix.

 

Listen & Download “Yemi Alade – Give Them”below:-

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