Saturday, 21 December 2013
After graduating from the department of Politics and International Relations from Lead City University in 2012 and serving his country, Miggaveli submits his certificates to his parents and decides to pursue a career in music.We bring to you Igboro(street) by miggaveli Enjoy!!!
Thursday, 5 December 2013
Nelson Mandela has died today at the age of 95, according to South African President Jacob Zuma. His death marks the final chapter in a life that changed South Africa
The former South African president had been suffering from a recurring lung infection, and the Daily Telegraph reports that his friends and family had gathered at his bed today. Zuma announced his
death in a televised address to the nation.
"Our nation has lost its greatest son, yet what made Nelson Mandela great was precisely what made him human," Zuma said. "We saw in him what we seek in ourselves, and in him we saw so much of ourselves."
Mandela's struggle was one of the
defining stories of the 20th century.
Trained as a lawyer, he became involved in politics after 1948 as South Africa moved into a system of racial apartheid.
While initially espousing non-violent
protests with the African National
Congress (ANC), he eventually founded a militant organization and was behind a bombing campaign in the early 1960s. He was arrested and sentenced to life in prison in 1962.
Initially imprisoned in a 8 feet by 7 feet concrete cell with only a straw mat on which to sleep , Mandela's imprisonment soon became an international cause. He was eventually released on 2 February
1990 after intervention by President F. W. de Klerk.
Mandela became president of the ANC in 1991, and was elected president of South Africa in May 1994, a position in which he
remained until 1999. During his time in office he led the dismantling of the apartheid system, for which he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993 .
Mandela is survived by his wife, Graça Machel, six children, and 17
grandchildren. Mandela had been sick for a long time.
Earlier this year, South Africa's Sunday Times ran a story on Mandela's illness under the headline "It's time to let him go”
Tuesday, 3 December 2013
Sunday, 1 December 2013
The Biggest Music Awards in Africa 'Channel O Music Video Awards' which held at Walter Sisulu Square, in Kliptown Soweto, South Africa just ended. Featuring the who’s who of African entertainment & also filled with amazing performances. The biggest Winners were P Square and P-Unit while
Wizkid won the Biggest Award for The Night.
All The Winners:
MOST GIFTED DUO/GROUP FEATURING VIDEO
Tear gas – Wake Up
Xtatic/Aka & Priddy Ugly -Hit Em Up
Mi Casa – Can’t Get Enough
EME – Baddest Boy
Naeto C FT D’Banj – Tony Montana (Bad Pass) Remix
ZONE FAM – Winner
MOST GIFTED NEWCOMER VIDEO
Moneoa – Is’bhanxa
Lola Rae – Watch My Ting Go
Khaya Mthethwa – Move – Winner
Victoria Kimani – Mtoto
Burna Boy – Tonight
MOST GIFTED FEMALE VIDEO
Zonke – Feelings – Winner
Lizha James FT Anselmo Ralph – Vais Rochar
STL – Stella Stella Stella
Tiwa Savage ft Don Jazzy – Without My Heart
Toya Delazy – Heart
MOST GIFTED MALE VIDEO
Donald – Over The Moon
Zeus FT AKA & TUMI – #DatsWasup – Winner
Wizkid – Azonto
AY/Marco Chali – Party Zone
Iyanya – Flavour
MOST GIFTED RAGGA/DANCEHALL VIDEO
Buffalo Souljah – Basawine
Kaakie – Too Much
Jesse Jagz – Murder Dem
P-Unit FT Collo – You Guy (DatDendai) – Winner
Radio and Weasel – Can’t Let You Go
MOST GIFTED HIP HOP VIDEO
Aka – Jealousy – Winner
Jayso & Sarkodie – Pizza & Burger
Reason – Do It Like I Can
Ifani ft Blaksuga – Chocolate Vanilla
EL/M.anifest – Hallelujah
MOST GIFTED R&B VIDEO
Banky W – Yes/No – Winner
Anselmo Ralph – Curticao
Danny K – Brown Eyes
Chase – Lonely
Victoria Kimani/M.I – Oya
MOST GIFTED AFRO POP VIDEO
The Soil ft Zakwe – Linkomo – Winner
Sauti Sol – Money Lover
2Face Idibia – Ihe Ne Me
The Muffinz – Umsebenzi Wendoda
Davido – Gobe
MOST GIFTED DANCE VIDEO
KCEE – Limpopo
Mafikizolo – Khona – Winner
Fuse ODG ft Wyclef Jean – Antenna (Remix)
DJ Malvado ft Petty – Jamaica
DJ Ganyani FT FB – Xigubu
Most Gifted Kwaito Video
L’vovo Derrango ft Professor – Palesa
Professor ft Osikido & Character – Finger
Prints. – Winner
EES – Woza December
Kabelo – Impilo
DJ Tira ft Big Nuz & Joocy – Summer Time
MOST GIFTED AFRICAN (WEST) VIDEO
D’Prince – Goody Bag
Ice Prince – Aboki
R2Bees – Life (Walaahi)
Dblack ft Joey – Vera
Chidinma ft Illbliss & Suspect – Emi Ni Baller
P-Square – Alingo – Winner
MOST GIFTED AFRICAN (EAST) VIDEO
AY/Marco Chali – Party Zone
P-Unit ft Collo: You Guy (Dat Dendai) – Winner
Radio & Weasel – Can’t Let You Go
Sauti Sol – Money Lover
Navio – Kata
MOST GIFTED AFRICAN (SOUTH) VIDEO
Dama Do Bling – My Eish
Oskido – Tsa Mandebele – Winner
Black Coffee ft Zakes – Take it All Off
Paul G ft Fabulous – Get Control
DJ Dimplez ft L-Tido & ANATii – We Ain’t Leaving
Khuli Chana – Hazzadazmove
SPECIAL RECOGNITION AWARD – P Square.**
Nsukka – The University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), and the Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT), said their academic activities would resume on Monday, Dec. 2.
They made the announcement in separate statements issued in Nsukka and Enugu on Saturday. The Registrar of the UNN, Mr Anthony Okonta, in the statement, stressed that “normal academic activities would resume immediately.’’
The statement directed students who had outstanding examinations for the 2012/2013 session to report to their respective faculties and departments in Nsukka and Enugu campuses.
The ESUT Registrar, Mr Chris Igbokwe, also advised students and academic and non-academic staff to report to the institution on Dec. 2.
According to the statement, students are advised to return to their campuses at Agbani and Enugu campuses as the second semester examination would commence on Monday, Dec.9.
The Federal Government had on Thursday, directed all federal universities to resume work on or before Dec. 4.
The statement, issued by the Supervising Minister of Education, Mr Nyesom Wike, directed the striking members of ASUU, to resume work on or before Dec 4 or consider themselves sacked. (NAN)
Actor Paul Walker, best known for his roles in the "Fast and
the Furious" action movies, died on Saturday in a car crash in Southern California, his publicist
said.Walker, 40, who was in five of the six films about illegal street racing and heists, was a passenger in a friend's car and was attending a charity event, according to a message linked to his Twitter account.
"Sadly, I must confirm that Paul did pass away this afternoon in a car accident," Ame Van Iden,
Walker's publicist, said in an email.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said in a statement that two people were killed in a car accident in Valencia, a community in the city of Santa Clarita, at about 3:30 p.m. (6:30p.m. ET).
Deputies arriving at the scene found the vehicle engulfed in flames. The victims were pronounced dead at the scene, the statement said. The office did not provide the identities of the dead, and said the cause was under investigation.
In the "Fast and Furious" pictures, the blond- haired, blue-eyed actor played Brian O'Conner,
a law enforcement official.
The first movie in the series, which stars Vin Diesel, was released in 2001, and a seventh was
in development at the time of his death,Universal, the studio behind the franchise, said in a statement. The most recent film, released in May, was one of this year's biggest box office hits.
"Brother I will miss you very much," Diesel said
in a post on Instagram, adding "I am absolutely speechless. Heaven has gained a new Angel. Rest in Peace.