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KonkNaija Media | May 5, 2016

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Shell Nigeria hires Atlantic Aviation’s helicopter for crew transportation

February 15, 2014 |

New helicopter-services operator Atlantic Aviation, supported by one of the world’s leading providers of high-quality transportation to offshore oil and gas producers, has begun commercial flights of Agusta Westland 139 (AW139) helicopters from Lagos. Shell Nigeria hires Atlantic Aviation’s helicopter … Read More

How man stole N12.3 million in Abuja while sitting in a Kirikiri prison-cell in Lagos

March 27, 2013 |

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has traced a bank fraud operation that took place in Abuja to a jail cell at the Kirikiri maximum prison, Lagos. Right from his prison cell in Lagos, Ikechukwu Ogbu, serving a 15-year jail term had … Read More

P Square & Lagbaja – Unlimited

March 20, 2013 |

PSquare and Lagbaja have teamed up to record this hip and funky song for Telecom Network Globalcom.

Its a remarkable collaboration and it features rhythmic beats, sax, bass and hip hop with afro beats all rolled in with neosoul.

Have fun listening.

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Late Goldie’s family wants her best friend Denrele interrogated by the police

February 23, 2013 |

The last public appearance the late Goldie Harvey made was on the red carpet of the 55th Grammy Awards in the USA where she appeared as a woman full of life.

Her death four days later on Valentine’s Day came … Read More

Nigeria’s Geographic Challenge

February 21, 2013 |
Nigeria’s Geographic Challenge (via NewsLook)

Stratfor explains Nigeria’s primary geographic challenge of managing the competition for natural resources between the ethnically divided regions.

Somalia: Somalis Enjoy First Major Music Concert in Two Decades

February 20, 2013 |

Music is back in Mogadishu after being banned by Islamists who controlled much of south and central Somalia two years ago. A concert this week saw a top Somali performer appear before a happy crowd, which included government officials.

Rock, rap and love songs, which most Somalis deem among their few pleasures in life, were banned by al-Shebab, who ordered music off the radio waves and, of course, forbade live performaces.

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