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With the presidential and federal parliamentary elections coming up in six days, has an energy that is as strong as in the . But his enthusiasm has made his followers question his integrity. The singer, Davido is certainly not in support of the re- of President Buhari. The singer expressed his displeasure at the enthusiasm many people are showing towards re-electing President Buhari. He took to his insta-stories to vent his frustration on the way some people thinks.

Often times when Davido discusses his interest in , the PDP is usually the party he commends as having the right capacity to lead the country. This public admittance has encouraged suspicion concerning the involvement of the pop star in partisanship. A profile observed while commenting on Davido’s tweet warning about mass arrests without providing proof.

While engaging with Twitter followers in a chat to sensitize them about the imminent General Elections in Nigeria, Davido advised youths particularly to be careful not to be arrested but he could not provide proof concerning why they should be concerned about their safety. [Instagram/davidoofficial]

“They are planning to start arresting Youths as from next week for no reason be careful my people they know they are going to lose and they have a plan like always let’s stick together and let’s all be careful on these streets!!,” Davido shared in the post that made his followers insist on seeing an evidence. The warning seemed an advise to young voters who are believed to be targeted in a bid to disenfranchise them. But the advocacy failed to impress Davido’s audience some of whom suspected that he was administering fear tactics.

Ahead of 2019 general elections, popular Nigerian Musician, David Adeleke, otherwise known as Davido, has raised the alarm over plans to arrest Nigerian youths. Davido on Sunday on his Twitter page said there were plans to arrest youths this week in order to prevent them from casting their votes. He further warned Nigerians to be careful as election draws closer. The ‘Assurance’ crooner further urged his colleagues to speak up and participate in voting and politics in the country. Davido wrote: “Aren’t we entertainers tired of people telling us to stay out of politics because it’s dangerous? Are we still gonna be listening to them for years to come ? We are powerful and they know me I full found! It’s our country and it’s our about how ‘OUR’ country is being run? We have the power not them !! They know this but they don’t want ‘US’ to know! All that killing , threatening and kidnapping shit because some one is speaking the truth ends now! Defend your vote.”

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Abass Sulaiman Adegoke, well known as Adegoke is a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede studying Civil Engineering, He is a media enthusiast, loves traveling, and has a special interest in personal development.


COMEDIAN, I Go Dye attacks Buhari, tells INEC chairman to resign




Nigerian frontline standup comedian, Francis Agoda, popularly known as ‘I Go Die’, has slammed President Muhammadu Buhari, over the postponement of the presidential and National Assembly elections.

Nigerian frontline standup comedian, Francis Agoda, popularly known as ‘I Go Die’, has slammed President Muhammadu Buhari, over the postponement of the presidential and National Assembly elections.

I Go Die shared a video online showing where Buhari was fuming in anger in 2015 after elections were postponed by INEC during Goodluck Jonathan government.

According to the comedian, Buhari’s camp were insinuating that Jonathan was behind the postponement in order to extend his tenure as President and to plot his rigging strategy.

Nigerian frontline standup comedian, Francis Agoda, popularly known as ‘I Go Die’, has slammed President Muhammadu Buhari, over the postponement of the presidential and National Assembly elections.

I Go Die, in an post on Saturday, called on INEC Chairman, Mahmood Yakubu, to resign immediately.


“I feel this is totally unacceptable from an institution like INEC that had been given 185 billon naira to organise it’s logistics prior to this day.

“Federal government has the financial capacity to bear the extra logistics burden that will be incurred from this postponement, but what happens to the rest of us?

“Who have planned marriage ceremonies,parties,funeral programs and other social activities who have fixed several events and occasions on the new dates,we are now forced to make new plans,resulting in the loss of time,financial burden and psychological problems.

“Unfortunately for me, I have proposed 23rd February as the auditioning date for my project Sort talent hunt at Delta State.

“After spending so much on publicity,venue and other logistics,I am now forced to change the dates, even the final that was to hold on 27th February will also be affected.

“This is the highest level of mismanagement and gross interpretation of corruption against the original Nigerians.

“This is the kind of frustration melted on Nigerian youths on a daily basis, when they are frustrated out of businesses because of electricity, high expenses of goods and services due to foreign exchange rate, unemployment that has led many to crimes and taking risks’ through the deserts to seek greener pastures in strange lands; the negative options is created by the insensitive of Nigerian government,it shows they don’t really care about their citizens.

“To even make this situation worst,the postponement was carried out at Night. So when did they realise that the logistics involved was not adequately prepared for?

“This was how the Goodluck Jonathan past administration postponed the 2015 presidential elections and we condemned it,we felt that with the change mantra that will be end of such maladministration.

“This is a national embarrassment and deliberate attempt to ridicule us a Nation. Amb Francis Agoda.”

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Five Countries Where It Is Illegal To Celebrate Valentine




According to Listwand, Valentine’s Day has been either made illegal or banned in five countries across the world. Whether for cultural or religions reasons, these countries have all made it illegal to celebrate this popular Western tradition. Violators of this law have to endure severe punishment in some of the countries if they are caught celebrating it.


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In Malaysia, The celebration of Valentine’s Day has been banned for Muslims since 2005, Muslims (who account for over 60% the population) are prohibited from celebrating Valentine’s Day. Going out for the occasion is a big risk in the country. In 2012, police busted budget hotels and arrested more than 200 Muslims for defying a ban on any activities marking Valentine’s Day.



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In 2011, Iran banned the production of Valentine’s Day gifts and any promotion of the day celebrating romantic love to combat what it sees as a spread of Western culture, In a statement from the state-run media, government officials warned, “Printing and producing any products related to Valentine’s Day, including posters, brochures, advertising cards, boxes with the symbols of hearts, half-hearts, red roses and any activities promoting this day are banned,” read the instruction. “Authorities will take legal action against those who ignore the ban.”


Saudi Arabia

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Every year in Saudi Arabia, officials with the conservative Muslim kingdom’s Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice (CPVPV), better known as the religious police, clamp down on cupid do-gooders, prowling the street from shop to shop looking for anything related to Valentine’s Day. Items were confiscated and people who looked like they were celebrating or promoting the holiday were arrested and punished. Some shop owners have become so paranoid about this that they’d rather close their shop for the day to avoid the risk of the religious police finding something ‘illegal’ in their stores.



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The prohibitions of Valentine’s day in some Indonesian cities come amid concerns that traditionally tolerant Indonesia is taking a sharp fundamentalist turn, by pushing to make pre-marital sex – including gay sex – illegal and punishable with jail time. In 2018, authorities in the country’s second-biggest city Surabaya briefly
detained about two dozen couples during a raid to sniff out any sign of Valentine’s Day celebrations. They were later released with a reprimand.



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Pakistan is the most recent country to ban Valentine’s Day celebrations in public spaces after the country’s High Court passed a ruling, saying it was against Islamic teachings, according to local media reports.


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