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Bracket In 'Nana' New Jam (VIDEO) Tags: Music Artists Bracket Videos Nigeria RnB

Bracket new jam "Nana" is hitting the air-way, from Nigeria to Ghana, and from Uganda to Liberia and all around the World. Bracket Nana is here, and it's a soul song for all the lovers. Vast and Smash, collectively known as Bracket, know how to make a good and feel-good music; they are the same group who sang "yori Yori," and this was one of the best Afrinan hit ever. Bracket is a Nigerian musician.

Bracket new video is realese by Ape Planet Records; it was directed by Clarence Peters. below is the video.

VIDEO: Bracket - Nana

Soure: Milah@beeafrican.org

Man 'asked wife to use womb for money making rituals' Tags: Nigeria Shocking Women

Electrician, Ademola Adelanwa, has asked an Idi-Ose Ibadan customary court in Nigeria to dissolve his  11-year-old marriage to his wife, Opeyemi, over her alleged nagging nature  and troublesomeness.

The wife, in her counter argument, accused her husband of once begging her to allow him use her womb to make money rituals.

Ademola told the court that his wife was in the habit of blackmailing and accusing him falsely before their family members, neighbours and church members.

He added that  he had since stopped attending church programmes and packed out of the family house  and now  stays in a rented  apartment.

"There was a time she accused me of stealing her panties for money rituals.

"I was embarrassed when I learnt she had told people about it.

"As God would have it, she later found her panties in the village," he said.

"My wife is fond of nagging, causing trouble and likes to prove tough in the home.

"I have been putting up with her troublesome nature over the years and on three occasions, considered seeking a divorce, but changed my mind because I had to put some things into consideration.

Opeyemi, reacting to the allegations  admitted that she accused her husband of stealing her panties because he was the only person she could point fingers at since he once urged her to allow him use her womb for money rituals.

She stated  that they had endured a lot and stayed together despite the low financial status of the family and swore that under no circumstance would she marry another man.

She, therefore, prayed the court not to grant her husband the divorce.

The court president, Amusa Makinde, observed that the two parties had not displayed enough love to sustain their marriage and therefore urged them to have a rethink for the sake of their children. 

Source: 247NNU

Nigeria is in darkest phase of history: Goodluck Jonathan Tags: Nigeria Goodluck Jonathan War Politics West Afrcia

Abuja: President Goodluck Jonathan said on Friday Nigeria had entered one of the darkest phases of its history, visiting the scene of a bomb blast that had killed 21 people in an upmarket district of the capital Abuja two days earlier. 

His sombre tone as he paid respects at the scene of the rush hour attack on a crowded central shopping district contrasted sharply with his tendency over the years to brush off the Boko Haram insurgency as a passing phase affecting only part of Africa's biggest economy and brightest investment prospect. 

"This is one of the darkest phases in the history of our nation but surely we will get over it," Jonathan said in front of the cordoned area, still littered by rubble and charred cars. 

"It is extremely painful that when some Nigerians are ... working hard to take care of their families and train their children, others are busy planning to kill people, intimidate." 

Wednesday's bomb attack was the third on the capital since April, but the other two - car bombings of a bus station and street both in the suburb of Nyanya that killed about 90 people between them - did not strike at the heart of the city. 

On Sunday, Jonathan told a delegation of African bishops that Boko Haram was "even worse than the civil war" against Biafran secessionists that killed a million people In the 1960s. 

"In a civil war you know the battle line ... you know where to run to. But this one, the enemies are in your pocket." 

Boko Haram, whose name means "Western education is sinful" and whose insurgency has killed thousands since 2009, made world headlines when it abducted 200 schoolgirls on April 14. Authorities have accepted help from Western powers to try to free them but any rescue would endanger the girls. 

Jonathan cut short a trip to an African Union summit in Equatorial Guinea for the visit to the bomb site, highlighting how the insurgency may disrupt Nigeria's heavyweight regional influence. 

Abuja's Wuse II district is popular with expatriates and elite Nigerians, although major embassies have not responded by updating travel warnings. A security source said that was because the plaza itself was still mostly frequented by locals.

The military said on Friday that two suspects arrested at the scene were being interrogated. They had shot dead another who had tried to escape on a motorbike and recovered a bag from him containing explosives, defence spokesman Major-General Chris Olukolade said in a statement. 

A spate of deadly bombings outside of its northeastern heartlands - in Jos, Kano and Abuja - suggests Boko Haram is trying to push its sphere of influence outwards across Africa's top oil producer, security analysts say. 

Jonathan's administration has been bruised by criticism of its failure to contain the insurgency or protect civilians, especially in the volatile northeast, but argues that Boko Haram's hit and run tactics make it hard to defeat. 

Source: Reuters

Poor African Women Smuggled Into Britain Under Threat Of Juju
Category: Voodoo
Tags: News Nigeria World Women JuJu Voodoo

Poor African women are apparently being smuggled into Britain as sex slaves every year under the threat of black magic curses. UK police believe that 'close to all' the 160 Nigerian victims rescued last year had been subjected to sinister rituals aimed at terrifying them into submission.


Many were taken to witchdoctors who cut them, rubbed black powder in their wounds and threatened them with death if they ran away from their captors.

In some cases young women were forced to sleep in coffins, drink chicken hearts soaked in alcohol or 'sacrifice' intimate items.

The disturbing reality of the little known crime emerged as three human smugglers were jailed for a total of 13 years.

Olusoji Oluwafemi, 44, Johnson Olayinka, 45, and Florence Obadiaru, 48, were the London connection in a global trafficking conspiracy.

They conned an innocent 23-year-old into flying to Heathrow on a bogus passport with the promise of education, a job and a new home.

But instead she was raped, beaten and subjected to a 'juju' ritual before being sent to Italy where she was destined to be pimped out on the streets as a prostitute.

The victim's terrible ordeal was only uncovered when officials in Milan spotted her forged passport and sent her back to London where she was saved by police.

Liam Vernon, of the National Crime Agency (NCA), said her experience is typical of many other Nigerian victims.

He said: 'This isn't a phenomenon that is just affecting Britain, it is a Europe-wide problem. They are moving women around to avoid detection.

'These rituals are simply a method controlling the women who are from a region where juju is not always seen as necessarily a bad thing.

'But it is very powerful and there are very strong beliefs that you must adhere to what is said or very bad things will happen to you and your family.'

Investigators believe the 23-year-old victim, who was poorly educated and spoke little English, is just one of many victims of the Nigeria-based organised crime group.

The trio were in constant contact with a shadowy 'fixer' woman who prowled poor Nigerian villages looking for young women to exploit.

The woman, who remains at the centre of an international manhunt, also supplied women to another crime gang that was smashed last year.

Investigators discovered the victim volunteered to travel to London because her family had fallen into hardship since the sudden death of her father in 2008.

She was told that she must repay £40,000 by working in Britain and taken to a witchdoctor to pledge her total obedience to the gang.

The woman swore an oath in a juju ceremony that involved cutting her armpit and pubic hair and taking finger nail clippings.

She flew to Heathrow in September 2011 before spending several weeks at the house of Obadiaru, in Brockley, South East London.

The victim was then provided with a false passport and throwaway mobile phone and sent to Milan where immigration officials turned her away.

On her return it took weeks and several pain-staking interviews before experts from the NCA could understand what had happened to her.

Mastermind and counterfeiter Oluwafemi, who orchestrated the British side of the operation, was jailed for six-and-a-half years.

Johnson Olayinka, 45, who collected the victim from Heathrow and organised her false UK passport, was jailed for four-and-a-half years.

Florence Obadiaru, 48, who kept the victim at her home in London for two-and-a-half weeks before she left for Italy, was jailed for two years.

She has worked as a care assistant for ten years and has just finished a degree in nursing at Bedford University in Luton.

Judge Rebecca Poulet QC told them: 'This was a sophisticated and carefully planned operation in Nigeria which must have cost a considerable amount of money to the traffickers.

'The expected returns were also considerable. She was subjected to a juju ritual with the threat of death.

'She would have been forced into controlled prostitution as she had no possible way in which she could conceivably support herself in Italy.' 

Source: DM

Enyeama speculates on Nigeria future
Category: African Sports
Tags: Nigeria Sports Football Vincent Enyeama Players

The Lille goalkeeper says he might have played his last game for the Super Eagles as he thinks about his international future.

Nigeria goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama has fuelled speculation about his future with the national team, moments after Monday’s loss to France in Brasilia.

The Lille goalkeeper conceded twice to see the Super Eagles eliminated from the tournament and said he would consider some break from international football.

Expected to become captain following the retirement of Joseph Yobo, the 31-year-old who has been one of the team’s outstanding players in the competition said he is not sure.

“It is a big prestige and big honour to wear the [captain’s] armband for the national team,” Enyeama told SuperSport.

“But at some point you need to say, ‘okay I take some years off, maybe I take some months off. Maybe I call it quits’. I would sit with my wife and see what next.

“Maybe it is my last game,” he said.

Source: goal

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