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[Video ] x PC Lapez – “Kanayo”

Flavour steps out with a fresh new single titled “Kanayo” in collaboration with Pc Lapez.

2Nite Music boss, Flavour releases his 2020 debut single “Kanayo“, featuring Pc Lapez. The Corona outbreak has forced Ijele – the talented indigenous singer to hit the studio and record this impressive gospel song. Ijele sings praise of God the Almighty before calling for his divine intervention.

“Kanayo” is an Igbo word that means ‘High Adoration’. FlavourOfAfrica and his producer, Pc Lapez worships God with the depth of their heart and voice. This masterpiece is a perfect song to praise God and ask for his Mercy to survive this hard , trying times.

Ijele 1 of Africa, Flavour welcomes his fans back with this wonderful single which also sounds more like the Gospel as it’s about God.

Listen and Enjoy!

 

April 10, 2020 We Lost N700 billion Naira COVID-19 Relief Funds Due To Fire Outbreak – Finance Minister

We Lost N700 billion Naira COVID-19 Relief Funds Due To Fire Outbreak – Finance Minister

The Nigerian finance minister Mrs Zainab Ahmed has announced to the nation that the government lost 700billion naira Covid-19 Relief Funds.

 

The information was announced during her press interview today on Thursday 9th April 2020, were she announced that the files and documents of the Covid-19 Relief fund donated by individuals and companies to support the nation fight coronavirus was all burnt down.

According to the finance minister She said:
We’re sorry about the incident occurred on Wednesday been 8th of April 2020, the government lost 700billion naira Covid-19 Relief Funds Due to the Fire outbreak, its caused a lot of damages in the office and we’re yet to investigate on what was the cause of the fire outbreak, I want to use this opportunity to appeal to the Nigerians most especially to the SouthEast and Southwest, government together we will help fight this virus.Mrs Zainab Ahmed saidWhile speaking further she also claimed that the fund was to Disbursed to the SouthEast and Southwest government to aid tackle the spread of Coronavirus in the states and also for the benefit of the country.

She also urged the Abuja Commissioner of Police to trace and identify the cause of the fire outbreak in the office.

 

 

 

April 9, 2020 (VIDEO) Man charged with raping 5-year-old girl at U.S. embassy in Delhi

(VIDEO) Man charged with raping 5-year-old girl at U.S. embassy in Delhi

A man has been arrested for allegedly raping a 5-year-old girl in the grounds of the U.S. embassy in New Delhi, according to police.
The girl was playing outside the embassy’s staff quarters on Saturday before she “was lured and raped by a neighbour,” Eish Singhal, deputy commissioner of Delhi police, told CNN.
The girl, who is the daughter of a housekeeper employed by the embassy, later identified the 25-year-old male suspect, who has been arrested and charged with rape, police said.

 

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“She was able to identify him point blank and there is no doubt over this,” Singhal said, adding that the suspect remains in custody.
The incident has appalled embassy staff. In a statement to CNN, a U.S. embassy spokesperson said “we were deeply disturbed by the alleged misconduct.”
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“We promptly took action when we were informed of the allegation, and brought this matter to the attention of the police. Of course, we are cooperating fully with them,” the spokesperson said.
An investigation has been launched, and a court date has yet to be set.
In the wake of a brutal 2020 Delhi gang rape — which brought worldwide condemnation and still haunts the collective memory of women in India’s capital — lawmakers passed a series of amendments to the existing rape laws.
The amended law lengthened prison terms and introduced the death penalty in cases in which the victim is younger than 12 years of age.
In 2019, more than 33,000 cases of alleged rape were reported — roughly 91 cases each day, according to India’s National Crime Records Bureau — but experts say the real number is likely much higher, owing to the shame attached to sexual assault and the social barriers faced by victims.