Afro Dancehall recording artiste and DM Records signee, Anthony Offiah popularly knwon as King Perryy riding on the success of his recently released modern highlife song “Walakolombo” and the remix of his Killertunes produced hit number “Continental Boy“.

The Enugu born singer displays a higher level of readiness for the year as the kicks off with “Murder” which features Teni Makanaki.

The song describes in good contrast the versatility of King Perryy and his self led music genre “Continental Sound“.

King Perryy’s sound is a fresh and sultry blend of Afro Dancehall with influences from Popcaan, Gyptian, Shabba Ranks and Timaya

Listen & Download “King Perry Ft. Teni – Murder” below:-


Afro-pop singer and songwriter, Adekunle Gold has just dropped a new song titled “Before You Wake Up” as he returns back to the music scene.

This is coming after his collaboration with his wedded wife Simi in a song dubbed ” Promise“.

The new song was produced by Prolific Nigerian record producer, Sess.

Listen & Download “Adekunle Gold – Before You Wake Up” below:-


It is no more news that President Muhammad Buhari has won his reelection’s bid and will remain in power till 2023.

Despite the fact that a quite number of youths, especially those who are active on social media are not having it well with his administration since 2015, lamentation nor curse will fix things. We are already in the #NextLevel together with Mr President.

As the President prepares for his inaguration for a second term in office, We all should wish the government well irrespective of our political views, differences , religion and ethnicity.

As a concerned citizen, what is your advice to this administration, what you what them to do, stop or improve on?

Drop your comments

President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo were today presented certificates of return by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) at International Conference Centre (ICC), Abuja.

The certificate was presented to the President by the Returning Officer of the election, who is also the Chairman of INEC, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu.

Yakubu first invited the Vice-President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, who in turn invited the President-Elect, Muhammadu Buhari, to sign and collect the Certificate of Return.

INEC had earlier today (Wednesday) declared President Buhari, candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) winner of the 2019 presidential election.

Speaking at the event, the president assured Nigerians that they would soon see “a country moving to the `Next Level’ as the APC-led administration consolidates on its achievements”.

President Buhari also pledged to continue to engage all parties as his administration would be operating an open government for the general progress of the country.
He, however, vowed to continue the fight against corruption, saying accumulation of public wealth would not be tolerated.

The president, who thanked God for the electoral victory, also reiterated his call on all APC supporters not to gloat or humiliate the opposition, saying “victory is enough reward for your efforts”.

Personalities at the event included APC State Governors, Cabinet Ministers, Security Chiefs, Heads of Para-Military agencies, Acting Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, and the Director-General of the Department of State Services, Yusuf Bichi.

Others were the Director-General, National Intelligence Agency (NIA), Amb. Ahmed Rufa’I, presidential aides and political appointees as well as the chairman of the APC, Adams Oshiomhole.

The National Leader of the APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, and family members of both the President and the Vice-President also witnessed the event.


The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in last Saturday’s election, Atiku Abubakar, has rejected the result of the poll as declared by the Independent National Electoral Commission on Wednesday morning.

INEC had declared President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress as winner of the election and returned him as duly elected.

Mr Buhari, according to the electoral body, scored 15,191,847 votes. Mr Abubakar garnered 11,262,978 votes to finish as runner-up.

But in his response to the declaration, the PDP candidate said the result was unacceptable to him and that he would challenge it in court.

“If I had lost in a free and fair election, I would have called the victor within seconds of my being aware of his victory to offer not just my congratulations, but my services to help unite Nigeria by being a bridge between the North and the South,” Mr Abubakar said in a statement.

The PDP candidate also provided links to some online publications as evidence that the election was flawed. SEE BELOW.


Democracy Will Not Be Emasculated in Nigeria, By Atiku Abubakar

I thank the Nigerian people who trooped out in their millions to perform their civic duty this past Saturday. The patriotism of Nigerians is heartwarming and affirms my oft-repeated statement that we are brothers and sisters born from the womb of one mother Nigeria.

With regards to the Presidential elections that took place on February 23, 2019, it is clear that there were manifest and premeditated malpractices in many states which negate the results announced.

One obvious red flag is the statistical impossibility of states ravaged by the war on terror generating much higher voter turnouts than peaceful states. The suppressed votes in my strongholds are so apparent and amateurish, that I am ashamed as a Nigerian that such could be allowed to happen. How can total votes in Akwa-Ibom, for instance, be 50% less than what they were in 2015?

Another glaring anomaly is the disruption of voting in strongholds of the Peoples Democratic Party in Lagos, Akwa-Ibom, Rivers and diverse other states, with the authorities doing little or nothing and in some cases facilitating these unfortunate situations. (See attached links to documentary evidences).

The militarization of the electoral process is a disservice to our democracy and a throwback to the jackboot era of military dictatorship. In some areas of the country, such as, Rivers, Akwa Ibom and Imo states, troops deployed for the elections turned their guns on the very citizens they were meant to protect. This is condemnable and should not be associated with our electoral process in the future.

I am a democrat and there are democratic avenues available to present the truth to the nation and the watching world. Already, many international observers have given their verdicts, which corroborate our observations. I am sure more will come in the coming hours and days.

If I had lost in a free and fair election, I would have called the victor within seconds of my being aware of his victory to offer not just my congratulations, but my services to help unite Nigeria by being a bridge between the North and the South.

However, in my democratic struggles for the past three decades, I have never seen our democracy so debased as it was on Saturday, February 23, 2019. 2007 was a challenge, but President Yar’Adua was remorseful. In 2019, it is sad to see those who trampled on democracy thumping their noses down on the Nigerian people.

Consequently, I hereby reject the result of the February 23, 2019 sham election and will be challenging it in court.

I want to assure my supporters and the entire Nigerian people that together, we will not allow democracy to be emasculated.

I hope and pray Nigerians will someday summon the courage to defend democracy. That is the only way we can move away from being the world headquarters for extreme poverty.


Waziri Atiku Abubakar

27th February 2019

Emerging musician Wayo is hitting 2019 with a fresh new sound. After hitting Accra radio charts with his single Muscatella featuring hip life king, Joey B, and the sexy Champion Banana, Wayo returns with a modern spin on highlife on ‘Say Yes’.

Laced with guitar strings and drums, ‘Say yes’ features new sensation on the block Darkovibes. The duo created a melodious and harmonious song; with Wayo rapping over the distinct strings, while Darkovibes sings passionately in his local parlance, Ga.

‘Say Yes’ is a sonic representation of “Sankofa”. It blends traditional sounds with contemporary lyrics and melodies in a very interesting one. It’s a brilliant salute to Ghanaian palm wine music and highlife music mavericks such as “Agya Koo Nimo” and “CK Mann”. The song is a head-nodding ear worm that will have you grooving all day.

Kwadjo Wayo, popularly known as Wayo, started his music career in Atlanta, Georgia where he was raised. In between his travels to Ghana, his home country, he developed a taste for both highlife, hip hop and trap. His wide range of music from R&B, hip hop and highlife makes him a refreshing new entry into the Ghanaian music scene.

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President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress has been declared winner of the 2019 Nigeria presidential election by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Wednesday.

The 76-year-old defeated his main rival, former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party, by polling 15,197,076 votes in the election held on Saturday, 23 February 2019.

Atiku polled 11,256,945 votes to lose with 3,940,131 votes.

It will be recalled that Saturday’s election held after a week-long postponement, which the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) blamed on difficulties in distributing ballot boxes and materials.

President Muhammadu Buhari has scored the highest votes in the 2019 presidential election polling 15,191,847 votes. His closest challenger and former vice president, Atiku Abubakar, of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), polled 11,262,978 votes.
The result of all 36 states and Abuja have been declared at the INEC collation centre in Abuja.

Here are the confirm results from various states;

Osun State Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters: 1,674,729 Total No: of Accredited: 732,984 Total Votes Cast: 731,882 Total Valid Votes: 714,682 Rejected Votes: 17200 AAC: 1,022 ADC: 1,525 ADP: 9,057 APC: 347,634 PDP: 337,377 SDP: 259

Ekiti State Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters: 899,919 Total No: of Accredited: 395,741 Total Votes Cast: 393,709 Total Valid Votes: 381,132 Rejected Votes: 12,577 AAC: 400 ADC: 406 ADP: 126 APC: 219,231 PDP: 154,032 SDP: 48

F.C.T C.O: Prof. Moh’d S. L Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters: 1,335,015 Total No: of Accredited: 467,784 Total Votes Cast: 451,408 Total Valid Votes: 423,951 Rejected Votes: 27,457 AAC: 583 ADC: 246 ADP: 145 APC: 152,224 PDP: 259,997 SDP: 410

Kwara State C.O: Prof. A. Bala Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters: 1,401 895 Total No: of Accredited: 489,482 Total Votes Cast: 486,254 Total Valid Votes: 459,676 Rejected Votes: 26,578 AAC: 401 ADC: 456 ADP: 203 APC: 308,984 PDP: 138,184 SDP: 212

Nasarawa State C.O: Prof. Nwakwo A. Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters: 1,509,481 Total No: of Accredited: 613,720 Total Votes Cast: 599,399 Total Valid Votes: 580,778 Rejected Votes: 18,621 AAC: 75 ADC: 339 ADP: 107 APC: 289,903 PDP: 283,847 SDP: 359

Kogi State C.O: Prof. Adiku M.U Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters: 1,640,449 Total No: of Accredited: 570,773 Total Votes Cast: 553,496 Total Valid Votes: 521,016 Rejected Votes: 32,480 AAC: 250 ADC: 4,369 ADP: 499 APC: 285,894 PDP: 218,207 SDP: 2,226

Gombe State C.O: Prof. Kyari M. Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters: 1,385,191 Total No: of Accredited: 604,240 Total Votes Cast: 580,649 Total Valid Votes: 554,203 Rejected Votes: 26,446 AAC: 165 ADC: 248 ADP: 135 APC: 402,961 PDP: 138,484 SDP: 248

Ondo State C.O: Prof. Kayode S Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters: 1,812,567 Total No: of Accredited: 598,586 Total Votes Cast: 586,827 Total Valid Votes: 555,994 Rejected Votes: 30,833 AAC:4,414 ADC:6,296 ADP:1,005 APC:241,769 PDP:275,901 SDP:1,618

Abia State C.O: Prof. Chinedum N. Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters: 1,793,861 Total No: of Accredited: 361,561 Total Votes Cast: 344,471 Total Valid Votes: 323,291 Rejected Votes: 21,180 AAC: 212 ADC: 336 ADP: 131 APC: 85,058 PDP: 219,698 SDP: 472

Yobe State C.O: Prof. Abubakar O. Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters: 1,365,913 Total No: of Accredited: 601,059 Total Votes Cast: 586,137 Total Valid Votes: 559,365 Rejected Votes: 26,772 AAC: 137 ADC: 162 ADP: 107 APC: 497,914 PDP: 50,763 SDP: 180

Enugu State C.O: Prof. Joseph E. Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters: 1,935,168 Total No: of Accredited: 452,765 Total Votes Cast: 451,063 Total Valid Votes: 421,014 Rejected Votes: 30,049 AAC: 219 ADC: 348 ADP: 137 APC: 54,423 PDP: 355,553 SDP: 130

Ebonyi State C.O: Prof. Francis C. Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters: 1,392,931 Total No: of Accredited: 391,747 Total Votes Cast: 379,394 Total Valid Votes: 359,131 Rejected Votes: 20,263 AAC: 205 ADC: 213 ADP: 102 APC: 90,726 PDP: 258,573 SDP: 452

Niger State C.O: Prof. A. Freeman Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters: 2,375,568 Total No: of Accredited: 911,964 Total Votes Cast: 896,976 Total Valid Votes: 851,937 Rejected Votes:45,039 AAC: 324 ADC: 588 ADP: 2,582 APC: 612,371 PDP: 218,052 SDP: 239

Jigawa State C.O: Prof. A. Abdullahi Results Total No: Reg Voters: 2,104,889 Total No: of Accredited: 1,171,801 Total Votes Cast: 1,149,922 Total Valid Votes: 1,106,244 Rejected Votes: 43,678 AAC: 226 ADC: 261 ADP: 107 APC: 794,738 PDP: 289,895 SDP: 5,011

Kaduna State C.O: Prof: B.B Shehu Results Total No: Reg Voters: 3,861,033 Total No: of Accredited: 1,757,868 Total Votes Cast: 1,709,005 Total Valid Votes: 1,663,603 Rejected Votes: 45,402 AAC: 243 ADC: 558 ADP: 227 APC: 993,445 PDP: 649,612 SDP: 1,737

Anambra State C.O: Prof: F. Ogbonaya Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters: 2,389,332 Total No: of Accredited: 675,273 Total Votes Cast: 625,035 Total Valid Votes:605,734 Rejected Votes:19,301 AAC: 124 ADC: 227 ADP: 427 APC: 33,298 PDP: 524,738 SDP: 932

OYO STATE C.O: Prof: S. Abdulkareem Total No: Reg Voters: 2,796,542 Total No: of Accredited: 905,007 Total Votes Cast: 891,080 Total Valid Votes: 836,531 Rejected Votes: 54,549 AAC: 4,041 ADC: 40,830 ADP: 25,384 APC: 365,229 PDP: 366,690 SDP: 766

ADAMAWA STATE C.O: Prof: A. Haruna Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters: 1,959,322 Total No: of Accredited:874,920 Total Votes Cast:860,756 Total Valid Votes:811,534 Rejected Votes:49,222 AAC: 282 ADC: 3,989 ADP: 329 APC: 378,078 PDP: 410,266 SDP: 978

BAUCHI STATE C.O: Prof: A.M Gani Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters:2,453,512 Total No: of Accredited:1,075,330 Total Votes Cast:1,061,955 Total Valid Votes:1,024,307 Rejected Votes:37,648 AAC: 183 ADC: 296 ADP: 123 APC: 798,428 PDP: 209,313 SDP: 516

LAGOS STATE C.O: Prof: F.K Salako Results Total No: Reg Voters: 6,313,507 Total No: of Accredited: 1,196,490 Total Votes Cast: 1,156,590 Total Valid Votes: 1,089,567 Rejected Votes: 67,023 AAC: 8,910 ADC: 2,915 ADP: 1,262 APC: 580,825 PDP: 448,015 SDP: 770

OGUN STATE C.O: Prof: A.A. Joseph Results Total No: Reg Voters: 2,336,887 Total No: of Accredited: 613,397 Total Votes Cast: 605,938 Total Valid Votes: 564,256 Rejected Votes: 41,682 AAC: 3,196 ADC: 25,283 ADP: 7,705 APC: 281,762 PDP: 194,655 SDP: 1,374

EDO STATE C.O: Prof: Ndawayale Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters: 2,150,127 Total No: of Accredited: 604,915 Total Votes Cast: 599,228 Total Valid Votes: 560,711 Rejected Votes: 38,517 AAC: 3,106 ADC: 850 ADP: 714 APC: 267,842 PDP: 275,691 SDP: 184

BENUE STATE Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters: 2,391,276 Total No: of Accredited: 786,069 Total Votes Cast: 763,872 Total Valid Votes: 728,912 Rejected Votes: 34,960 AAC: 309 ADC: 554 ADP: 312 APC: 347,668 PDP: 356,817 SDP: 4,927

IMO STATE C.O: Prof. B.C. Ozunda Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters: 2,037,569 Total No: of Accredited: 585,741 Total Votes Cast: 542,777 Total Valid Votes: 511,586 Rejected Votes: 31,191 AAC: 467 ADC: 541 ADP: 421 APC: 140,463 PDP: 334,923 SDP: 772

PLATEAU STATE C.O: Prof. A.K. Richard Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters:2,423,381 Total No: of Accredited:1,074,042 Total Votes Cast:1,062,862 Total Valid Votes:1,034,853 Rejected Votes:28,009 AAC:268 ADC:590 ADP:1,395 APC:468,555 PDP:548,665 SDP:599

KANO STATE C.O: Prof. M. Garuba Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters:5,391,581 Total No: of Accredited:2,006,410 Total Votes Cast:1,964,751 Total Valid Votes:1,891,134 Rejected Votes:73,617 AAC: 416 ADC: 591 ADP: 439 APC:1,464,768 PDP: 391,593 SDP: 635

KATSINA STATE C.O: Prof. Fatima Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters:3,210,422 Total No: of Accredited:1,628,865 Total Votes Cast:1,619,185 Total Valid Votes:1,555,473 Rejected Votes:63,712 AAC: 186 ADC: 237 ADP: 140 APC: 1,232,133 PDP: 308,056 SDP: 150

TARABA STATE C.O: Prof. Shehu Adamu Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters:1,777,105 Total No: of Accredited: 756,111 Total Votes Cast: 741,564 Total Valid Votes: 712,877 Rejected Votes: 28,687 AAC: 116 ADC: 211 ADP: 136 APC: 324,906 PDP:374,743 SDP: 862

CROSS RIVER STATE C.O: Prof. A.O. IBHADODE Results Total No: Reg Voters: 1,512,915 Total No: of Accredited: 461,033 Total Votes Cast: 446,046 Total Valid Votes: 421,901 Rejected Votes: 24,145 AAC: 242 ADC: 326 ADP: 110 APC: 117,302 PDP: 295,737 SDP: 1,395

AKWA IBOM STATE C.O: Prof. O. Orumwense Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters: 2,119,727 Total No: of Accredited: 695,677 Total Votes Cast: 605,140 Total Valid Votes: 578,775 Rejected Votes: 26,365 AAC:222 ADC:230 ADP:88 APC:175,429 PDP:395,832 SDP:92

BORNO STATE C.O: Prof. S.A Ibrahim Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters: 2,319,434 Total No: of Accredited: 987,290 Total Votes Cast: 955,205 Total Valid Votes: 919,786 Rejected Votes: 35,419 AAC: 269 ADC: 301 ADP: 75 APC: 836,496 PDP: 71,788 SDP: 322

DELTA STATE C.O: Prof. S.A. Jaja Results Total No: Reg Voters: 2,719,313 Total No: of Accredited: 891,647 Total Votes Cast: 882,254 Total Valid Votes: 829,762 Rejected Votes: 52,492 AAC: 1,626 ADC: 1,075 ADP: 241 APC: 221,292 PDP: 594,068 SDP: 1,745

BAYELSA STATE C.O: Prof. Z.I. Akpagu Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters:923,182 Total No: of Accredited:344,237 Total Votes Cast:335,856 Total Valid Votes:321,767 Rejected Votes:14,089 AAC: 126 ADC: 1,078 ADP: 139 APC: 118,821 PDP: 197,933 SDP: 124

SOKOTO STATE C.O: Prof. M. Bello Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters: 1,895,266 Total No: of Accredited: 950,107 Total Votes Cast: 925,940 Total Valid Votes: 871,891 Rejected Votes: 54,049 AAC: 181 ADC: 331 ADP: 189 APC: 490,333 PDP: 361,604 SDP: 301

KEBBI STATE C.O: Prof. A.H. Bichi Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters: 1,802,697 Total No: of Accredited: 835,238 Total Votes Cast:803,755 Total Valid Votes:756,605 Rejected Votes:47,150 AAC: 276 ADC: 285 ADP: 205 APC: 581,552 PDP: 154,282 SDP: 2,376

RIVERS STATE C.O: Prof. E. Essien Collation of Results Total No: Reg Voters:3,215,273 Total No: of Accredited:678,167 Total Votes Cast:666,585 Total Valid Votes:642,165 Rejected Votes: 24,420 AAC: 372 ADC: 597 ADP: 295 APC: 150,710 PDP: 473,971 SDP: 1,244

with the aforementioned results, President Buhari  and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo of APC re-elected as @NGRPresident and Vice @NGRPresident defeating @atiku and @PeterObi of @OfficialPDPNig

APC 15,191,847

PDP 11,262,978

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has rejected the results of the 2019 presidential election currently being announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

It alleged that the whole results as being announced by the electoral umpire were doctored and largely manipulated by the presidency.

National chairman of the party, Uche Secondus disclosed this while briefing newsmen in Abuja.

He said the PDP was in possession of the whole original results from cross the country’s polling units.

In his words, “Our democracy is under threat. We cannot accept the results as being announced by INEC. It is incorrect and unacceptable.

“APC officials are working with the INEC officers to alter results earlier announced at various polling units in the country,” he said.

Secondus also alleged of falsification and manipulation of results through the instrumentality of the military, Police and operatives of the Department of State Services, DSS.

Besides, PDP alleged that soon after the polls, the presidency sent out high-ranking officials of government to meet with various Resident Electoral Commissioners, RECs, to alter results in Kano, Kaduna, Nasarawa and many other states of the federation in favour of Buhari.

Specifically, Secondus alleged that the presidency detailed the Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami to the south East and South South, the Minister of Interior, Abdulrahman Dambazau was also accused to have influenced the results in the North West.

Also, the Secretary to the government of the Federation, SGF, Boss Mustapha was allegedly sent to the North East.

In his words, “High ranking government officials like the AGF was sent to doctor results in the south South and South East.

“SGF- Mustapha was sent to the north east while the Minister of Interior, Dambazau was sent to the North West and part of North Central”.

Miss Iwoland 2018, Queen Damilola Ogunwale has congratulated the Oluwo of Iwoland, H.I.M Oba (Dr.) Abdul-Rasheed Adewale Akanbi, on the victory of his newly elected sons, Engineer, Adelere Oriolowo and Honourable, Yinusa Amobi who emerged as Osun West Senator Elect and (Member)House Representative respectively for Iwo Federal Constituency in the February 23rd General Elections.

The reigning beauty queen and face of Iwoland youth described the first class paramount ruler as a catalyst to success and an agent of progress that his good will is propelling his sons and daughters to a God and people’s driven accomplishment.

She therefore called on the new representatives to use their new platforms to better the lives of their constituency with a focus on educating the girl child and youths in general like the monarch.

Also, in high spirit; she admonished the locals to harmonize their differences and not allow politics separate their collective goals which is to impact lives.

The representatives won under the platform of All Progressive Congress to represent Osun West.