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“TAIYKES : THE RISE OF NAIJA AFRO-FUSION MARVEL”

 

 

In the vibrant city of Lagos, Nigeria, a musical trailblazer named Taiykes emerged from the bustling streets. With a vision to revolutionize the music industry, Taiykes effortlessly fused the rich melodies of Afrobeat with contemporary sounds, creating a genre-defying musical experience.

Born into a world where music flowed through his veins, Taiykes dedicated himself to crafting a unique sonic landscape that would captivate audiences worldwide. His artistic journey began when he discovered an old cassette tape, filled with the enchanting Afrobeat rhythms of Fela Kuti, Awilo, and the soulful melodies of Paul IK Dairo.

Inspired by these musical legends and other Naija A-List stars, Taiykes embarked on a lifelong quest to merge the old with the new, weaving together diverse musical influences from his African roots of FUJI sound and global sounds. His music became a powerful expression of cultural fusion, resonating with audiences seeking a fresh, innovative sound from the release of Okpeke the ladies vibe to Folake, Any How, Say Yes – Love anthem.

As Taiykes honed his craft, his reputation as a visionary pioneer continue spread like wildfire throughout the music industry and would in due time become a mastery name to reckone with. The stage is set for his breakthrough moment, a single release that would solidify his position as a force to be reckoned with.

With a team of talented producers and musicians by his side, Taiykes embarked on a transformative recording journey. Late nights in the studio allowed his creative vision to flourish, as he meticulously crafted each lyric, melody, and beat on the low in the new single he is poised to deliver to his fans.

Finally, the day arrived when the world would bear witness to the musical genius of Taiykes. The release of his debut single is met with an outpouring of anticipation and excitement. Music lovers eagerly awaited the chance to immerse themselves in Taiykes’ Afro-Fusion masterpiece.

As his new single set to hit the airwaves, Taiykes’ distinct sound resonated with listeners far and wide. The infectious rhythms, soul-stirring vocals, and thought-provoking lyrics ignited a fire in the hearts of those who heard it. The world had never experienced anything quite like Taiykes’ Afro-Fusion.

With each subsequent release, Taiykes pushed boundaries, fearlessly experimenting with new sounds and collaborating with dope artists from far n wide. His music tear up the net capturing good number of streams across stores.

As Taiykes’ music continued to evolve, his impact extended beyond the realm of entertainment. His artistry became a catalyst for social change, shining a light on important issues and inspiring listeners to embrace unity, equality, and cultural appreciation.

Today, Taiykes stands tall as a global ambassador for Afro-Fusion music. His unwavering passion and dedication have paved the way for a new generation of artists to push boundaries, challenge norms, and create music that transcends borders.

The story of Taiykes, a key viber of Afro-Fusion, is far from over. With each new composition, he continues to shape the musical landscape, leaving an indelible mark on the industry and inspiring countless artists to follow in his footsteps.

As the world awaits his next release, one thing is certain – Taiykes’ journey has only just begun, and his revolutionary spirit will continue to reshape the music industry for years to come.

 

TAIYKES : THE RISE OF NAIJA AFRO-FUSION MARVEL"

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JOS BUILDING COLLASPSE: CDHR DEMANDS IMMEDIATE COMPENSATION FOR VICTIMS, SYMPATHISES WITH FAMILIES 

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JOS BUILDING COLLASPSE: CDHR DEMANDS IMMEDIATE COMPENSATION FOR VICTIMS, SYMPATHISES WITH FAMILIES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sahara Weekly Reports It was a black Friday, the 12th of July, at the city of Jos, where the residents witnessed an unfortunate building collapse incident that claimed innocent lives. The Committee for the Defence of Human Rights, CDHR, condemns the preventable incident of collapsed building at Saint Academy School, Jos. The incident that occurred at early hours of the Friday has reportedly claimed 22 lives, mostly pupils from the school, while over 120 people are trapped.

 

 

 

 

JOS BUILDING COLLASPSE: CDHR DEMANDS IMMEDIATE COMPENSATION FOR VICTIMS, SYMPATHISES WITH FAMILIES 

 

 

 

 

 

According to the Executive Secretary of the state Emergency Management Agency, Sunday Abdu, 17 persons were confirmed dead after a rescue operation at school located at the Busa Buji community in Jos North Local Government Area of the state but in another development, CDHR gathered that the state Commissioner for Information, Musa Ashoms gave a fresh update on the sad incident, in a statement he issued on Friday night, he confirmed that the death had risen to 22 while 154 persons suffered different degrees of fatalities

 

According to the commissioner, the state government expresses its deepest condolences following the tragic incident. The collapse resulted in 154 fatalities and injuries, he announced. He also explained that emergency responders are currently at the scene conducting search and rescue operations.

 

CDHR, however, blamed the unfortunate incident on the negligence by the state government, and the school management for brutally violating the right to lives of the dead students, the educational progress of the injured and putting the remaining students under perpetual fear that their lives might not be safe under the supervision of the state agencies and officials.

 

The organisation demands immediate and adequate compensation for the families of the deceased by the state government while taking up the medical bills of other victims who sustained various degrees of injuries. The government should put necessary measures in place to checkmate future occurrences and build confidence among the residents and students inhabiting similar structures.

 

E-Signed:

Comrade Debo Adeniran,

National President CDHR Nigeria.

 

 

Comrade Idris Afees Olayinka,

National Publicity Secretary CDHR Nigeria.

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Couple arrested for trying to sell two-year-old son to fund Canada trip

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Couple arrested for trying to sell two-year-old son to fund Canada trip

 

Operatives of the Lagos State Police Command have arrested a couple (name withheld) attempting to sell their two-year-old son to travel to Canada.

The command’s spokesperson, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, confirmed this to the News Agency of Nigeria on Thursday in Lagos.

Hundeyin said that the couple, aged 28 and 22, were apprehended on Tuesday while trying to sell their child off.

He stated that around 2.45 p.m. on Tuesday, the Isolo Divisional Police Officer received information that the couple went to Isolo General Hospital and expressed their intention to sell their baby boy.

 

 

“Upon receipt of the information, operatives from the station moved swiftly to the hospital where they were about to sell their child.

“The baby’s age is two and he has been rescued. Upon interrogation, the couple confessed that they decided to sell the baby to enable the man to travel to Canada for a greener pasture.

“However, the investigation is ongoing,” he said.

 

 

 

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Lagos Lawmakers Invite Attorney-General Over Supreme Court Judgement On LGs

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commend Police for successful operation against kidnappers

– applaud First Lady Remi Tinubu for encouraging gardens

 

 

The Lagos State House of Assembly has invited the Attorney-General of the State, Mr. Lawal Pedro, to appear before it to explain the Supreme Court judgement on local governments in the country.

 

Lagos Lawmakers Invite Attorney-General Over Supreme Court Judgement On LGs

The lawmakers said there was a need for better understanding of the decision of the apex court in relation to some provisions in the Constitution of the country.

A seven-man panel of the Supreme Court had declared on Thursday that the 774 local government councils in the country should receive their funds directly from the Federal Government as well as manage such funds themselves being a tier of government.

The court further declared that allocations to local government councils run by caretaker committees were illegal.

Ruling after a voice vote by lawmakers at plenary on Thursday, the Speaker of the Assembly, Rt. Hon. Mudashiru Obasa, ruled: “There is a need for us to seek clarification and understanding of this judgement. It will be good to invite the Attorney-General to brief us and give his understanding so that we do not run foul of the judgement.”

Meanwhile, the Lagos State House of Assembly has resolved to write a letter of commendation to the Inspector-General of Police, Kayode Egbetokun, over the successful operation by men of the force that led to the elimination of nine kidnappers in the state recently.

A letter of commendation is also to be sent to the Commissioner of Police in Lagos State, Adegoke Mustapha Fayoade, for the efforts of the policemen which led to the fruitful operation.

Speaker Mudashiru Obasa, who presided over the plenary, said the police and men of the force who took part in the operation needed to be commended.

Dr. Obasa agreed with members of the House that letters be sent to Egbetokun and Fayoade further charging them not to relent in keeping the State safe for residents.

He stressed the need for stakeholders to fast-track considerations for the creation of state police to support the federal police system.

The Majority Leader of the House, Hon. Noheem Adams, had earlier recalled how the police launched the operation against some kidnappers in the Ladipo area of the state and eliminated nine of them.

According to him, there has been calm in the area since the operation was carried out.

Noheem added that the Ikorodu area of the state which hitherto had issues of kidnapping now enjoys relative peace.

In another development, the House of Assembly has applauded the First Lady of Nigeria, Senator Oluremi Tinubu, for seeking to encourage subsistence agriculture.

The Speaker said it was a beautiful idea to encourage Nigerians to have gardens in their houses arguing that this would help to create food sufficiency.

He recalled that schools had farms in the past adding that current situations call for a return to that period.

Eromosele Ebhomele
Chief Press Secretary to the Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly.

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