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Nizzle Man and his journey into music

Handy Nathaniel Demont, known as Nizzle Man, is an American independent songwriter and artist from Staten Island, New York. He started music in 2007 and has since been a force to reckon with. Drawing from the influences of his Puerto Rican and African-American heritage, he fuses intense raw lyrical energy with pounding beats and has
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‘We’re building future leaders with HiFL Masterclass Series’

…as they announce the first edition of online masterclasses PACE Sports and Entertainment Marketing, organizers of Higher Institutions Football League has announced the introduction of the Masterclass Series as a part of efforts aimed at creating more opportunities for its stakeholders across board, particularly journalists, sports lovers, and students in the varsity space. The #HiFLMasterClass
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Saroj Khan

Saroj Khan: Choreographer of over 2,000 Bollywood songs, dies at 71

Bollywood’s first female choreographer Saroj Khan, whose sizzling dance routines breathed life into hundreds of films, died Friday, triggering further heartbreak in an industry already reeling from a string of recent deaths. Khan choreographed more than 2,000 numbers during a 40-year career that saw her work with superstars like Madhuri Dixit and Anil Kapoor to
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Man City, England have an ‘incredible talent’ in Phil Foden – Guardiola

Pep Guardiola has told England boss Gareth Southgate he has an “incredible” talent on his hands in Phil Foden after the 20-year-old scored his fourth Premier League goal in three games for Manchester City. The midfielder produced another impressive performance as City humbled newly crowned champions Liverpool 4-0 on Thursday. Foden, long tipped for stardom
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Why I want Soludo

By Chinedu Nwoye SEVERAL times I have been asked this question by my friends and social media critics who oftentimes, call me “Soludo Boy”. For someone like me who has years of personal relationship with Cee Cee Soludo, and have seen him beyond the academic cubicle that mostly define people’s perception or opinion about him,
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Killings: How to make law enforcement agents more accountable

No apology after fifteen million murders

By Owei Lakemfa KING Philippe of Belgium descends from his heavenly throne this week to sign a letter to President Félix Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo of the Democratic Republic of Congo, DRC, acknowledging for the first time in 113 years, Belgium’s genocide in that country. Philippe danced round the subject of his country’s massacre of over
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Abortion is murder

By Simon Abah History always repeats itself, the first time as tragedy, the second time as farce — Karl Marx.  THIS article was inspired by happenings in Louisiana, United States recently when a conservative Judge and Chief Justice, John Roberts, a Donald Trump nominee, sided with liberal judges and gave the decisive vote to preserve
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