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VIDEO: Alaafin of Oyo – Pa Samuel Ademola Adeladan Narrates Historical Family Lineage of Ilaka Lawuwo Descendants

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Alaafin of Oyo: Pa Samuel Ademola Adeladan Narrates Historical Family Lineage of Ilaka Lawuwo Descendants (Video)

Alaafin of Oyo: Pa Samuel Ademola Adeladan Narrates Historical Family Lineage of Ilaka Lawuwo Descendants (Video)

The Head (Mogaji) of Agunloye Royal Family, Prince Samuel Ademola Adeladan has narrated the historical family lineage of Ilaka Lawuwo Descendants.

Mogaji made this known on Monday 16, 2021 at his country home in Oyo while speaking with journalists from Media 57 Group.

Find below, the excerpt from Pa Samuel’s narration;

“I am Prince Samuel Ademola Adeladan of Ilaka Lawuwo, Oyo.
I belong to Agunloye Royal Family and I’m presently the Head of Agunloye Royal Family. The entire and/or the larger Agunloye Family recognized me and ratified my position as Mogaji of Agunloye Family.

Furthermore, I want to quickly go into the Historical Family lineage of Ilaka Descendants to the late Imperial Majesty Oba Lawani Amubieya Agogo Ija.
Agogo Ija was the Son of Alaafin Adelu Agunloye.

Agunloye ascended the throne of Alaafin of Oyo after the demise of Alaafin Atiba and with that Lawani Amubieya (Agogo Ija) became the Aremo Oba.

Certain rift/misunderstanding in Oyo made him go and settle at Oke Aremo, Ibadan, where he built a Palace.

Agogo Ija was there for a while. He was later invited after the demise of his father to ascend the throne and become the Alaafin of Oyo. He Agogo Ija was referred to as “O gbe aremo rebadan, O gbe Alaafin bo wale”. He ruled for six (6) years at Oyo (1905 – 1911).

Alaafin Lawani Amubieya gave birth to Ladigbolu, Lawuwo, Owoade, Agboin, Tella and other children.

LAWUWO – The second son of Alaafin Lawani Amubieya (Agogo Ija) moved from Aafin to establish himself and his descendants at ILAKA. All the Families in Ilaka are the descendants of Lawuwo Ilaka. Lawuwo the son of Alaafin Lawani Amubieya (Agogo Ija).

It is only the Descendants of Ilaka that the traditional drummers are branded as Omo Lawani Amubieya Agogo Ija.” Pa Samuel explained.

Bode Olabisi
Reporter,
Media 57 Group

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Quickteller Barz and Notes Celebrates Latest Artistes at Talent Unveiling Event

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Quickteller Barz and Notes Celebrates Latest Artistes at Talent Unveiling Event

Quickteller Barz and Notes Celebrates Latest Artistes at Talent Unveiling Event

After weeks of talent-honing by seasoned professionals in the Nigerian music industry, the leading consumer digital payments platform, Quickteller, powered by Interswitch, showcased the talents of the young artistes that were groomed during the Quickteller Barz and Notes music talent show and production camp.

At the talent unveiling event, held at the Landmark Towers, Victoria Island, Lagos on Sunday, June 12, 2022, the six finalists thrilled the audience with their original songs, which were produced by seasoned celebrity producers during the production camp.

The promising artistes include Ann Nankling Damar (Annie Daymar), Martins Osogwa (Marrz), Okechukwu Chiamaka Lovette (Amakarh), Prince. O. Macaulay-Smith (MillyMay Pod), Bobby Phillip Eze (Bobbi Phillie), and Emmanuel Elijah (Eljay).

The Talent Unveiling Party marks the beginning of the music careers of the rising stars with Quickteller as the accelerator through its support design. The recorded songs will be released in an EP which will be streamed across all major music streaming platforms. The artistes are also billed to perform at the One Music Africa Fest in Dubai later this year, alongside other African artistes.

The Quickteller Barz and Notes music talent hunt show was created with the sole purpose of building well-rounded music artistes and showing up-and-coming artistes the ropes of the music business.

Priscilla Iyari, Brand Manager at Quickteller, noted that the show was designed to recognize and hone sharpen the musical talents of the young artistes through guidance from experts in the industry.

She said, “It has been a delightful ride, especially seeing how these talents grew under the guidance of experts in the Nigerian music landscape, which reinforces the show’s core values”.

“Quickteller would continue to work collaboratively with industry experts to ensure that these talents are given enough push to reach their full individual potential.”

Awards were presented to the finalists in recognition of their individual and collective efforts during the show. While presenting the awards, Tomi Ogunlesi, the Group Head, Brands & Communications, assured the talents of the company’s continuous support, stating that the show was just the beginning of other greater accomplishments.

Earlier in the event, he noted that the show was not a competition but designed differently from popular formats, adding that the show focused on teaching the artistes the rudiments of music production to boost their knowledge base and improve their marketability within the entertainment space.

“What we’ve tried to do with the show is to put some spotlight on those things that happen behind the scenes, and touch on every aspect of the musical journey. This is more of a holistic effort to showcase the talents of these six finalists.”

Present at the event were the show’s partner disc jockey, DJ Kaywise, mentor on the show, Sess The Prblm, celebrity producer Yung Willis, and singer Omawumi, among other celebrities such as Kemen, Ill Bliss, Paul Okoye and Wande Coal who delivered an electrifying performance.

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Jigawa LG Bans Sex Workers, Night Clubs, Beer Parlours

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Jigawa LG bans sex workers, night clubs, beer parlours

Jigawa LG Bans Sex Workers, Night Clubs, beer parlours

The LG has given sex workers 30 days to leave the area or, if they are indigenes of the area, to present suitors for marriage.

The Gwaram Local Government Area of Jigawa State has given commercial sex workers 30 days to leave the area.

However, if they are indigenes of the area, they must within the ultimatum present their suitors to the council to sponsor their wedding.

The chairperson of the council, Zaharadden Abubakar, announced this on Friday when he received a delegation from Sara community, a weekly market, in his office.

Mr Abubakar decried the activities of commercial sex workers in the market.

He also directed the immediate closure of night clubs and beer parlours across the local government area.

Mr Abubakar said the decision was meant to purify the council area by tackling immorality.

He said the local government will marry off the indigenous commercial sex workers and pay the wedding expenses.

The council boss said the police and other security agencies would be directed to enforce his orders and prosecute defaulters.

Sex work is illegal in many states in Nigeria but is commonplace across the country.

Many public officials, particularly in northern Nigeria including the Nigerian capital Abuja, have repeatedly tried to clamp down on the trade; a move activists say is a violation of the rights of the women.

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GOOD NEWS: China Confirms Favipiravir As Anti-Viral Drugs For Coronavirus

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GOOD NEWS: China Confirms Favipiravir As Anti-Viral Drugs For Coronavirus

Japanese-developed anti-influenza drug, Favipiravir, has been endorsed by China’s health leadership as an anti-viral drug for Coronavirus.
This was confirmed by China’s director of the National Center for Biotechnology Development, Zhang Xinmin.

According to Zhang Xinmin, the Avigan (Favipiravir) drug was found to be effective in two clinical trials completed in Wuhan and Shenzhen involving 320 patients.

During a conference in Beijing on Tuesday, Zhang said the medicine worked for coronavirus-related symptoms including pneumonia and had no obvious side effects.

“It has a high degree of safety and is clearly effective in treatment,” Zhang told reporters.

Patients who were given the medicine in Shenzhen turned negative for the virus after four days of therapy, compared with a median of 11 days for those who were not treated with the drug, public broadcaster NHK said.

In addition, X-rays confirmed improvements in lung condition in about 91% of the patients who were treated with favipiravir, compared to 62% or those without the drug.

The director said he formally recommended the use of this medicine as a way to treat the COVID-19 disease, which is caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

According to Zhang, a Chinese pharmaceutical company has been approved by the National Medical Products Administration to mass-produce the medication and ensure a stable supply

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