Saturday, 6 February 2016


Nigerian-born UK Juju musician, Tosin Harmony is set to celebrate his 20 years anniversary on stage with a line up of events both in the UK and Nigeria! Here are some facts you should know about the musician.

Currently the hottest and the most sought after Juju musician in the United Kingdom.
He is a versatile composer with an endless repertoire.
His brand of Juju music is Cosmopolitan and appeals to all and sundry.
Jolly music is his logo.

He was born Oluwatosin Ayodele-Ekemode at a CAC church in Lagos.
Tosin Harmony, also known as Mr Shalom, started singing in the church choir at the age of 5.
He was admitted to the University of Ibadan to study Law but later switched to Political Science following clashes between studying and focusing on his musical career.

He is an Ijebu-Ijesa indigene of the Yoruba tribe.
He is also a relative of legendary Juju musician, IK Dairo.
He has worked with top Juju musicians including Sir Shina Peters, Yinka Ayefele and Wale Thompson.
He once played the drums for veteran gospel singer, Funmi Aragbaiye.
His upcoming album is titled ‘Confirmation (Oti Seese).
Tosin Harmony also works as a HR Practitioner in the UK.
He just released a new single ‘Lelefe’ which is a bonus track off the upcoming album.

Additional reports from Nigerian Entertainment 

Friday, 5 February 2016

Fatal Accident At Elephant & Castle London!

A Scotland Yard spokesperson said officers were called at 12.34pm today to a collision involving a lorry and pedestrian at the roundabout. He added: “Police, the London Ambulance Service and London’s Air Ambulance are all in attendance. “The woman, believed to be in her eighties, was pronounced dead at the scene.”

Videos of the air ambulance landing circulated on social media around 1pm. Traffic chaos ensued into the early afternoon as the busy roundabout remained completely closed. 
Police took to twitter to urge road users to take alternative routes through the area today. Local Southwark police tweeted at around 1pm to say: “Elephant & Castle junction at New Kent Road is closed both directions due to a serious accident.” They added: “Please avoid the area.” One local university student posted on Twitter: “So glad I didn’t go to university today, major accident outside it on the elephant and castle roundabout. The whole place is carnage.” Any witnesses to the incident are asked to call Scotland Yard on 101.

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Supreme Court Okays Saraki's Trial At CCT!

The appeal filed by Senate President Bukola Saraki to stop his trial at the Code of Conduct Tribunal, CCT, was on Friday thrown out by the Supreme Court for lacking merit.

The Justice Walter Omoghen-led 6 man panel of judges ruled that the CCT was properly constituted to exercise jurisdiction over Saraki’s trial.

On the issue of whether the tribunal had jurisdiction to try criminal matters and issue bench warrants against Saraki, the court held: “I find no merit in the appeal, it is hereby dismissed.”


Thursday, 4 February 2016

WOW! 25p Store In London!

London now has a supermarket where EVERYTHING costs 25p  

EasyJet’s founder is trying to undercut even Aldi and Lidl by opening his first easyFoodstore, where every item costs a mere 25p, in north London. It’s bargain time Londoners! 

The pilot supermarket opened yesterday in Park Royal and by closing time one family had reportedly managed to buy £27 worth of 25p goods. The store boasts basic back-of-your-cupboard staples ranging from tea and ginger nuts to sardines and chickpeas. But don’t head here for your five a day, as there is currently no fruit or veg in stock. Supermarkets on either end of the price spectrum (so Waitrose and Aldi) are currently doing better than the big four

The new enterprise, headed up by EasyJet founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, sports the slogan: “No expensive brands. Just food honestly priced.” Sounds about right to us. Will you be heading to north London to fill a basket? 

Zika virus infection 'through sex' reported in US

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A rare case of the Zika virus being transmitted through sex, not a mosquito bite, has been reported in the US.

A patient infected in Dallas, Texas, is likely to have been infected by sexual contact, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) told the BBC.

The person had not travelled to infected areas but their partner had returned from Venezuela.

Zika is carried by mosquitoes and has been linked to thousands of babies being born with underdeveloped brains.

It is spreading through the Americas and the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the disease linked to the virus a global public health emergence

The American Red Cross has meanwhile urged prospective blood donors returning from Zika-hit countries to wait at least 28 days before donating their blood.

The "self-deferral" should apply to people returning from Mexico, the Caribbean or Central or South America during the past four weeks, the Red Cross said in a statement.

Two cases of the Zika virus have been confirmed in Australia. Officials said the two Sydney residents had recently returned from the Caribbean.
Zika has also been found in two unrelated cases in the Republic of Ireland, officials there said. A man and an older woman, who have both recovered, had a history of travelling to a Zika-affected country.
The UK has announced people will not be able to donate blood for 28 days after returning from a Zika-affected country.

Meanwhile, Brazil - the country worst hit by the outbreak - has revealed it is investigating 3,670 suspected cases of microcephaly in babies linked to the Zika virus.