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 X Olumix – On The Low (Guitar Cover). Here’s a new mix for ’s single “On The Low” by Olumix.

The lovely new cover is just as impressive as the original version and we love the vibe the strings give us.

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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.

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Reps PDP caucus begs party to lift suspension on Elumelu, Okechukwu

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The opposition Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP) caucus in the House of Representatives, has called on the party to lift the suspended

The PDP had last week, suspended the minority leader of the House, Hon. Ndudi Elumelu, the deputy minority leader, Hon. Toby Okechukwu, the Minority Whip, Hon. Gideon Gwani, the Deputy Minority Whip, Hon. Adeogun Adekoya and others, over minority leadership crisis in the House.

Briefing newsmen in National Assembly on Monday, the PDP caucus, joined by the caucuses of other minority parties in the House, said the suspended party members had not committed any offence, as they were only nominated by the “majority of the minority members of the opposition in the House”.

The Caucus reiterated that the emergence of minority leadership of the House was in tandem with “the House Rules, particularly Order 7, rule 8, which states that ‘members of the minority parties in the House shall nominate from among them, the Minority Leader, Minority Whip, Deputy Minority Leader and Deputy Minority Whip’”.

Hon. Legor Idagbo (Cross River), who spoke on behalf of the caucus, appealed to the chairman and National Working Committee (NWC) of the PDP to rescind the suspension of Hon. Ndudi Elumelu and five other Honourable members, noting that, if indeed an offence was committed, “the perpetrators would be all 111 of us not the 6 members as were suspended by our great party”.

The caucus commended the Chairman of the PDP, Uche Secondus, for the excellent way he has piloted the affairs of the party.

“With the greatest respect and a huge sense of loyalty to our great party, we commend our national Chairman for the great job of piloting the affairs of our party that has seen the fortune of our party increased in the last few years.

“We also reiterate our resolve to work closely with our national chairman and our party in ensuring that our party returns to power in 2023”, the lawmakers said.

The caucus maintained that it remained resolute in asserting the tradition of the National Assembly in maintaining its status as an independent arm of the government that has since 1999, when democratic rule returned to Nigeria, always determined its own leadership without the meddling of external factors.

“We would like to also state that the parliament since 1999 till date, has remained an independent body that has not been coerced into accepting any leadership imposed on it by external influence not in line with the wishes of the majority of its members”, the caucus added.

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Lagos, Rivers, Osun, Kaduna, Imo top list of Highly Indebted States

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Lagos State, South West Nigeria is number one among the Highly Indebted States in Nigeria in both external and domestic debts, with N1.043 trillion in 2018, in a latest report by the Economic Confidential.
While the external debt stock of Lagos amounts to N513.514 billion, the local debt stock settled at N530.243 billion.
In a meticulous investigation by a team of Economic Confidential researchers on the Annual High Indebted States on External and Domestic Debts as of 2018, the amount owed by Lagos State represents about 20 per cent of the total debts owed by the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory, which is N5.376 trillion in 2018.
Among the front runners in the highly indebted states for the external debt stock are Edo, Kaduna, Cross River and Bauchi, with $276.25 million (N99.45 billion), $227.25 million (N81.81 billion), $188.77 million (N67.95 billion) and $133.93 million (N48.21 billion) respectively.
Investigations further revealed that among the first five highly indebted states in the local debt stock saw Lagos emerging tops with N530.243 billion, followed by Delta State with N228.805 billion, Rivers with N225.592 billion, Akwa Ibom State with N198.663 billion and Cross River with N167.955 billion.
The report further showed that outside Lagos State that is leading the pack on total external and domestic debts with N1.043 trillion, Rivers State is second with N253.772 billion, Delta comes to third position with N251.589 billion, followed by Cross River in the fourth position with N235.914 billion and the fifth position was grabbed by Akwa Ibom with N215.099 billion.
The investigation also brought to the fore that five states made the list of least indebted states in the external debt stock with Taraba State having $21.611 million (N7.780 billion),  followed by Borno with $21.618 million (N7.782 billion), and Yobe State with $27.486 million (N9.895 billion), all in North Eastern Nigeria.
The remaining two states of Plateau and Kogi from North Central Nigeria have external debt stock of $28.874 million (N10.394 billion) and $31.584 million (N11.370 billion) respectively.
Of the 36 states of the federation, five states account for the lowest in both domestic and external debts.
They are: Yobe, Jigawa, Sokoto, Katsina and Niger States.
Yobe State has a total of N37.667 billion, Jigawa N46.586 billion, Sokoto with N52.723 billion, while Katsina and Niger States have N53.220 billion and N63.915 billion respectively.
Though the Federal Capital Territory is not rated among the 36 states of the federation, its external debt profile for 2018 is $31.848 million (N11.465 billion), while the domestic debt is N164.245 billion, bringing a total of its external and domestic debts to N175.710 billion.
The report is coming at a time when several states in the country are backward in terms of internally generated revenue to execute projects that would touch lives apart from the fact that most of these states rely heavily on handouts from the monthly federal allocations from the Federation Account Allocation Committee.
Recall that Economic Confidential recently published a report detailing each states’ revenue generation profile in comparison to their federal allocations and concluded that many states cannot survive without federation accounts, a development regarded as a misnomer in the current economic realities.

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