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Download Audio: DJ Poepe ft. Delz - “Lagos”

Download Audio: DJ Poepe ft. Delz – “Lagos”

Download Audio: DJ Poepe ft. Delz - “Lagos”

Download Audio: DJ Poepe ft. Delz – “Lagos”

World famous DJ Poepe teams up with the rugged Oritsefemi’s MSN gang artiste as they unleash an imaginary Lagos street anthem titled LAGOS.

It’s a really mad jam you can’t afford not to hear. Delz aka Mostbad is really hot.

Enjoy!

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SHOCKING:‘83% Of Candidates Fail 2018 WASSCE’

SHOCKING:‘83% Of Candidates Fail 2018 WASSCE’

SHOCKING:‘83% Of Candidates Fail 2018 WASSCE’

SHOCKING:‘83% Of Candidates Fail 2018 WASSCE’

The West African Examination Council has announced the results of the first series of the new diet of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination for Private Candidates in Nigeria.

Announcing the results at the Lagos headquarters of the council in Yaba on Tuesday, the Head of the Nigeria Office, Mr. Isaac Adenipekun, said out of the 11,307 candidates that sat the examination between January 29 and February 12, 2018, 1,937 candidates, representing 17.13 per cent, obtained a minimum of credits in five subjects and above, including English Language and Mathematics.

Adenipekun also said the results of 1,021 candidates, representing 9.03 per cent of the total candidature for the examination, were being withheld in connection with various reported cases of examination malpractice.

“The cases are being investigated and reports of the investigations will be presented to the appropriate Committee of the Council in due course for consideration.

“The Committee’s decisions will be communicated to the affected candidates,” he said.

Describing the conduct of the First Series of the additional diet for private candidates as a success in Nigeria, he expressed the hope that it would reduce pressures on the conduct of the WASSCE for school candidates, address the do-or-die attitude of some candidates and thereby, reduce their tendency for involvement in examination malpractice in the long run.

Lagos Uber Drivers Arrested By Police For Robbing Female Customers At Night

Lagos Uber Drivers Arrested By Police For Robbing Female Customers At Night

Lagos Uber Drivers Arrested By Police For Robbing Female Customers At Night

Lagos Uber Drivers Arrested By Police For Robbing Female Customers At Night

Two Uber drivers, Fosta Rufus, 30, and Franklin Jogbodo, have been arrested by Lagos state police, for robbing their female customers of their valuables at gunpoint.

According to the Special Anti Robbery squad boss, Mohammed Sanusi, picked up their targets around Lekki, Ajah and Victoria Island areas of Lagos.

This is the second of such arrest of Uber drivers in Lagos. It was gathered that the suspects were accused of robbing their victims of valuables such as jewelry, expensive phones and cash, and their victims are mainly ladies who go out at night.


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Lagos State police boss, Imohimi Edgal, who paraded the suspects at the Command Headquarters, Ikeja, said the suspects sometimes would follow their victims to an ATM machine from where they would force them to withdraw cash at gunpoint.

He added that the suspects have admitted participating in three different robbery operations in the past.

“On one occasion the suspects collected the sum of N86,000 from their victim using her Access Bank ATM. They have both confessed to the crime.”

He said that a KIA Rio with registration number BDG 376 EP used in perpetrating the crime and other valuables, which including Samsung Galaxy 7edge plus and iPhone 6 plus, allegedly collected from their victims identified as Nancy Nzuegbo and Eze Chinonso, were recovered from the suspects.

The Lagos police boss said he has directed all Area Commanders and Divisional Police Officers to maintain police visibility in major roads and neighbourhood across the metropolis.

“I have also directed them to carry out constant raids of back spots. We hope to sustain the current low crime rate in the state” he said.

In his confessional statement, Franklin denied robbing anybody, saying it was his friend, Fosta who dragged him into the problem. He said he was the one who introduced Fosta into the Uber cab business.

According to him:

“I met Fosta while working with UBA as a driver. I met him again sometime this year. I helped him to register as an Uber driver. It was him who collected the phones that were found on us from some ladies.