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Friday, 31 July 2015

Winner Emerges From MTVBase "win a day with Don Jazzy"

Oliseh Akpofure Neo from Warri, Delta State has emerged the winner of the “MTVBase win a day with Don Jazzy’ competition which was concluded on the 16th July. Mr Oliseh who opted for the cash equivalent of the trip to Durban South Africa, was given a whooping sum of N500,000 on 29th July 2015 by Don.
Speaking of which, I wanted to compete o, choi!!!

Bomb Blast In Gaboru Market

News reaching us say that there has just been an explosion at Gaboru wholesale vegetable market in Borno state. No official casualty result have been released as the story is still developing.

Thursday, 30 July 2015

The 2 Sides of Success

By Kelechi Nwaorgu

Aesop's fable "The Goose and the golden egg" is the story of a poor farmer who one day visits the nest of his goose and finds at her side, glittering golden egg. Though he suspects it to be a trick, he decides to take it home, where he learns, to his delight, that the egg is actually pure gold.
Every morning thereafter, the farmer gathers one golden egg from the nest of the goose and soon becomes fabulously wealthy. As he grows rich, however, he also grows greedy and impatient with the output of the goose. Finally, in an attempt to get at once all the gold in the goose, he kills and opens it, only to find nothing.
The moral of this fable has a modern ring to it. True effectiveness is a function of two things
1. What is produced (the golden egg); and
2. The producing asset, or capacity to produce (the goose)
Like the foolish farmer, we often emphasize short-term results at the expense of long term prosperity. Effectiveness lies in the balance between- what we call the "P/PC" balance:
P stands for the production of desired results, the golden egg;
PC stands for production capability, the ability or asset that produces the golden eggs.
Excessive focus on "P" results in the run in the health, worn out machines, depleted bank accounts and broken relations.
Too much focus on "PC" is like people who run 3 or 4 hours a day, bragging about extra ten years of life it creates, unaware that they are spending them running.
Time and chance presents us with great opportunities, whether we take advantage of them is another thing entirely.

Buhari celebrates Fr Mbaka as he celebrates 20 years of priesthood

President Buhari today showered kind words on controversial cleric, Fr. Ejike Mbaka, spiritual director of the Adoration Ministry Enugu who celebrated 20 years of priesthood today July 29th. In a statement signed by presidential media aide, Shehu Garba, President Buhari described the cleric as a man who dares to speak the truth to anyone in power.

Another woman delivered from lesbianism...(photos)

Chelsie Rene (remember her here?) is inspiring many other tomboy lesbians to turn straight and be feminine. This one here is @Dbaby Stayzooted and she shared her testimony on Facebook

As I walk this journey.. I will walk it with my head held high and with God on my side. Tho temptation may b strong, the God in me is stronger.. I Thank God for not giving up on me!! And me not giving up on myself.

Homosexuality: Nigerians go after Bisi Alimi on Facebook


A gay rights activist, Bisi Alimi, caused a stir on Wednesday as he mocked Nigeria on the Facebook.
Alimi, the first Nigerian to declare publicly his support for same sex union, noted that the country “will go down soon unless it stopped praying to God and started acting”.

Tuesday, 28 July 2015

Education system at risk due to JAMB latest policy - ASUU

The latest infamous policies of JAMB which includes, reassignment
of candidates to
institutions different from their preferred choice, has
not augured well in the Academic community. Latest
to voice their displeasure at the draconian policies is
the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU),
University of Ibadan chapter.
Professor Segun Ajiboye the Union Chairman made a call to President Muhammadu Buhari to call the Registrar of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board Professor Dibu Ojerinde to order.
He also added that Jamb must respect candidate' choice preference and also consider security, cost proximity and the rights of the Nigerian child before arriving at any policy.
JAMB had earlier announced that students who did not meet a university's cut off mark would be re-assigned to other schools, a decision which affected thousands of students who were to apply for the Post- UTME at the University of Lagos.

When You Raise A Child Right!!!

So I just saw this picture online and I was touched!!! What do you think?
It really pays to train your child right.

Monday, 27 July 2015

Diezani Allison Madueke Critically Ill

‘Let Our Daughter, Diezani Be’
Some family members of the immediate past minister
of Petroleum Resources, Mrs. Diezani Allison-
Madueke have appealed to Nigerians, especially her
critics to let her be.
Mrs Allison-Madueke is said to be in a critical
condition from an undisclosed ailment in a London
“Our daughter has been in hospital where is receiving
treatment for some weeks now. She is currently
under close medical observation. We learnt that the
observation means that she has been unable to see
anyone outside close family members over the last
few weeks.
“They have also discouraged her use of phones to
avoid any risk of infection which will be extremely
harmful for her.
“Diezani is responding well, but doctors are
concerned about her movement and interaction given
the intense treatment being administered.
“It is such an emotional time for us all as she is
quite fragile and we are careful to keep her away
from all the gossip and falsehoods being attributed to
her in the media. We expect the media to respect the
family’s feelings at this trying time,” the family said.
On those calling for the probe of the former minister,
the source appealed for balanced coverage of some of
the opinions being bandied around by different
interest groups.
“The press, especially online media, should be careful
to be professional and balanced in their reporting,” a
family source added.

Source: MaGbedu Gist

Reasons why every girl wants a bad boy, but needs a good guy

People are pretty screwed up individuals — or, at least, that’s the way most of us come across. It seems as if almost every want and need we have is closely paired with its exact opposite. What we want and/or need seems to contradict itself continuously when observed over a stretch of time. This can especially be seen when looking at the types of people we date. We date a certain type of person until we decide we are no longer interested in that type. Then, we try to land the exact opposite — convincing ourselves we are testing out the waters and figuring out what exactly it is we are looking for in a partner.

The COMPSSA football league

The College of Medicine University of Lagos, to witnessed the end of the Compssa football league.
The Compssa football league which is in its 2nd season was continued on the 23rd of June 2015 following a long break due to exams.
There were a number of teams among which were:
Game play
The winners of the league were:
Atlantic city in 1st place
Kaizen in 2nd place
Undaunted in 3rd place
It was a very exciting season with unexpected transfers and all the brouhaha that comes with a league.

Snoop Dogg says he was victim of 'racial profiling' in Sweden

Rapper Snoop Dogg has accused Swedish police of racially profiling him after he was arrested in the town of Uppsala following a concert.
The artist – real name Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr – was pulled over on Saturday night by police who questioned him at a local police station and tested him for suspected drug use.
National police spokesman Fredrik Wallen said that test results would not be available for some time, according to Associated Press.

The Drop It Like It’s Hot rapper – who is on tour for his recently released album, Bush – documented the incident in a series of videos on his Instagram account where he told his five million followers that officers "came and snatched me out of my car".
In another clip he said: “They made me pee in a cup – didn’t find s***.”

Landlord’s manhood disappears after giving stranger N700 in Ogun

Tragedy struck over the weekend along Liberty Road, Igbala area of Sango Ota, Ogun State, when a landlord in the area suddenly discovered that his manhood went missing after assisting a young man in his mid-twenties financially.
Narrating his experience, the landlord said, “He looked desperate and pitiful. He said he needed N700 to get a particular drug for his sick mother, though I have never seen him but his pleas really moved me. He said he dropped his last kobo on the lunch he bought for his sick mother and out of pity, I brought out N700 and gave him but immediately I felt something hit me.”
He further stated that the young man thanked him and then received a call which he said “It was successful this time,” just then the landlord realized that his manhood has disappeared.
An eyewitness who resides in the area said “It is not his first time, about this time last week, this man asked me for exactly N700 to get drugs for his mum, exactly the same story but God saved me from giving him the money because I didn’t have any to give actually, he was really convincing and looked so innocent”
The alarm raised by the victim was said to have led to the suspect been caught and handed over to police officers from Sango Otta Division.
It was gathered that the culprit upon being interrogated by the police at the station, started behaving like a mad man and refused to talk, adding that two of the officers on duty tried calling the last set of phone numbers he called but the numbers where not going through.

After All Is Said And Done

This morning, I woke up to hear about the sad news of Bobbi Kristina's death and it got me thinking.
Life is uncertain, and death is very certain. The uncertainty of life is such that one minute a person is taking a selfie and people are loving up that picture and the next minute, that same picture is on people's instagram page as memorial. That is also when you realise that all is truly vanity. All the struggling, hustling, scheming is just vanity and you would leave the earth without anything you have worked for.
So what do you want to be remembered for? What do you want people to know you as?

Olamide Stole ‘Shakiti Bobo’ Dance From Me – Upcoming Singer


An upcoming music artiste has accused multi-hit maker, Olamide of stealing the popular ‘Shakiti Bobo’ dance moves from him.


This is very funny,  what if something happens and there's a need for him to use a ladder. Naija PHCN.

Lol. Nigerian Defence Academy shine their light on MI & Charass for wearing Camo

This is the official twitter handle of the Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna. And this morning, they posted this photo of MI and singer Charass (the Coco Butter crooner) wearing their camouflage uniforms and wrote that the 'arm of bars must prevail'. What does that mean, is it a threat?
A host of famous faces have paid tribute to Bobbi Kristina Brown following her untimely death on Sunday at the age of just 22. Oprah WinfreyMissy Elliot and La Toya Jackson were just some of the stars to express their sadness and share their prayers for the tragic daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, who died six months after she was found unresponsive in a bathtub at her Georgia home.
Bobbi Kristina Brown passed away on 26 July, aged just 22
Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian could have changed Twitter forever after suggesting a game-changing feature to help improve the website.
The queen of social media took to the micro-blogging website and revealed she had contacted the site about adding a feature allowing users to edit their tweets instead of having to delete before reposting it.
She wrote: "I just emailed Twitter to see if they can add an edit feature so that when u misspell something u don't have to delete & repost Let's see... (sic)"
It seems she's been heard by the right people, as Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey replied to her tweet and gave the idea his approval.
He responded: "great idea! We're always looking at ways to make things faster and easier."
Kim was grateful for the response and approval, thanking him for understanding her plight.
She tweeted: "Thank you @Jack #FounderOfTwitterUnderstands !!! (sic)"

Buhari Says "God Made Me, But America Made Me" Also, He Lost A Son And A Daughter From His New Wife.

Read excerpts of article written by President Buhari's Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity
Shortly after the August 1983 military coup that brought a 40-year-old Muhammadu Buhari to power, he received a phone call from top personnel in the United States Army. General Smith was the Commandant of the U.S. War College from which General Buhari graduated in 1980. The school's 1979 set had graduated its first Nigerian, General Wushishi, who was the Chief of Defence in the just ousted Shehu government.

Whitney Houston's Daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown Tragically Passes Away aged 22 Six Months After She Was Found Unconscious In Bath


The daughter of music legend Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown passed away on Sunday surrounded by family. The aspiring singer was rushed to hospital and placed in a medically-induced coma on January 31 after she was discovered face-down in the water-filled tub at her townhouse in Roswell, Georgia.

Apple Is Sitting On A Pile Of Cash Roughly Equivalent To Qatar’s Entire Economy - By Amina Adam

Steve Jobs

Tech giant Apple released its quarterly earnings Tuesday and revealed that the giant pile of money on top of which its executives sit has reached a mind-boggling $203 billion. That’s a figure nearly equal to the GDP of Qatar, the Middle Eastern oil kingdom.

Rihanna rumoured to be dating Lewis Hamilton

Rumours have emerged this weekend that Rihanna is dating F1 champLewis Hamilton. It's rumoured that the long-time friends have enjoyed a number of secret dates in recent weeks as they are both unattached for the first time in years.
Rihanna rumoured to be dating Lewis Hamilton
The most recent sighting of the couple was at Da Silvano restaurant in New York last Saturday, before they hit the 10AK nightclub.  

Africa tour: Obama arrives in Ethiopia

Barack Obama, the US president, has landed in Ethiopia, beginning a two-day stay and becoming the first American leader to visit Africa’s second most populous nation.
The president’s jet touched down at Addis Ababa’s international airport on Sunday after a short flight north from the Kenyan capital Nairobi, and he was greeted on the tarmac by Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn.
The visit will include talks with the Ethiopian government, a key strategic ally but criticised for its record on democracy and human rights.

PDP condemns Ambode’s N39bn loan

The Lagos State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party has berated Governor Akinwunmi Ambode for “hastily” obtaining a N39.4bn loan from the World Bank.
In a statement by its Publicity Secretary, Taofik Gani, on Sunday, the Lagos PDP advised the governor to rescind the decision to borrow pending the book check on all previously obtained loans in the state, especially by the last administration of ex-Governor BabatundeFashola.
The PDP also described Ambode “as weak to fight corruption and block leakages” in the state.
“The party’s positions are on the heels of the reports of another World Bank loan and the recent announcement by the governor to scrap the state’s finance and administration department while renaming its administration and human resources department,” the statement said in part.

Whitney Houston’s daughter, Bobbi, dies at 22

Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of late superstar Whitney Houston and singer Bobby Brown, died Sunday at the age of 22, a representative of the Houston family said in a statement.
“Bobbi Kristina Brown passed away Sunday, July, 26 2015, surrounded by her family,” the statement said. “She is finally at peace in the arms of God. We want to again thank everyone for their tremendous amount of love and support during these last few months.”
She was treated in a hospital and then a hospice facility in the nearly six months since she was found unresponsive and not breathing in the bathtub at her Roswell home on January 31 — nearly three years to the day after her mother accidentally drowned in a bathtub in Beverly Hills, a victim of the vices she had fought for much of her career.

Roadblocks are ineffective, hence their removal – IGP

The Nigerian Police force would keep its resolve to totally wipe out roadblocks from Nigerian roads, as it is not a healthy way of policing in the country. This were the words of the Inspector- General of police Mr. Solomon Arase who also said plans were in top gear for the implementation of a reform in the police, including human rights and intelligence gathering. 

The IGP, who spoke shortly after a ceremony organised in his honour by the Ora-Ekpen Development Association, Sabongida-Ora, Owan West Local Government Area of Edo State, also gave the assurance that the Nigeria Police would continue to crack down on cultism and other forms of criminality in the country. Speaking on the roadblocks, he said “the roadblock was not a panacea or crime prevention strategy. It is an avenue that creates social friction between us and the members of the public.

Nigeria loses 195,000 children to Pneumonia every year

Nigeria loses its under five year old children more to pneumonia than any other disease. This startling revelation was disclosed by the Director of Projects, Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria-Partnership for Advocacy in Child and Family Health, PSN-PACFaH, Remi Adeseun. 
He said pneumonia claims the lives of about 195,000 children annually, while about 124,000 others die of diarrhoea. Speaking, yesterday, at a dialogue and media roundtable with key stakeholders in Kaduna, Adeseun described pneumonia and diarrhoea as silent child killer diseases that had yet to received the necessary attention. 
Quoting a recent World Health Organisation, WHO, statement, Adeseun said pneumonia alone was the biggest killer of under-five children worldwide, noting that various intervention initiatives had been able to reduce pneumonia mortality from four million in 1981 to just over one million in 2014. 
“The disease still accounts for nearly one fifth of childhood deaths worldwide,” Adeseun said. He explained that the roundtable was designed to sensitise pharmacists and media practitioners on the overview of WHO’s new treatment guideline for children under five years suffering from pneumonia and diarrhoea. 

He said: “The most suitable formulation for children is dispensable Isamoxicillin and the dosage is based on the child’s weight and because of the risk associated with under or over dosing, it is crucial that paediatrics formulation have flexibility dose for adjustment and that is the reason for the dialogue. “Nurses, doctors and pharmacists from across Kaduna State have come together to deliberate on how we can improve the health status, especially that of Kaduna’s children.”

Boko Haram is losing this war – General Muazu

The Nigerian army has boasted that the Boko Haram insurgents in far north-east would soon be a thing of the past and forgotten, after it said the militants were losing steam in their operations and would soon be annihilated by the armed forces. This much was made known by the general Officer Commanding, Second Division Army, Major-General Sanusi Muazu. Muazu gave this assurance during the closing ceremony of Second Division Nigerian Army Inter-Brigade competition, held in Akure, the Ondo State capital, at the weekend. 

Nigerian graduates are globally competitive – Unilorin VC

The Vice-Chancellor of University of Ilorin (Unilorin), Prof. Abdul Ambali, has said that Nigerian graduates are competing favourably with their peers from across the world. Ambali said that Nigerian graduates were able to compete favourably because of the acceptable standard of education in the country. 

The vice-chancellor, who said this in an interview with NAN on Monday in Abuja, added that Nigerian graduates had always acquitted themselves creditably in the Diaspora. “I think the standard is acceptable because if you look at our graduates anywhere you go around the world and you see them, they are working in high places and they are proving themselves. “So if the standards were lower they would not be able to compete with their peers where they are now. So, to me it is a relative term because the standard in not falling to me.

Sunday, 26 July 2015

Wenger – The positives from this weekend

Walcott celebrates scoring against Wolfsburg
Arsène Wenger says Arsenal’s defensive stability and incisive passing impressed him the most during the Emirates Cup. The Gunners lifted the trophy on Sunday for the first time since 2010, after beating Lyon and Wolfsburg without conceding a single goal. Arsenal scored six times in Saturday’s opener and, while the manager was happy with his team’s attacking verve, he was also pleased with their strength at the back.
The young players who played were convincing as well so you could see that it’s a photo of the present and of the future as well
Arsène Wenger

How Saraki Lost Opportunity To Quench Senate Fire - And For Those Who Think That Tinubu's Star Can Be Dimmed They Are Deceiving Themselves.

I believe very much in the party supremacy and the rule of law otherwise I have no business being in the senate. As much as I respect the views and choices of my other colleagues, we must also recognise the fact that politics is fluid. When we started, it was healthy to have brothers to compete for a post, someone would emerge winner. The issue of zoning came up but it wasn't resolved and even up until now, it remains a speculation that some governors recommended that the senate presidency must go to a particular zone, but it was neither mentioned nor confirmed up till now. So it was still healthy to have two people from different zones competing for a post.

Saturday, 25 July 2015

Medical Student Commits Suicide After Being Withdrawn From School

A medical student of Benue State University, Makurdi named Idoko Nicholas Inalegwu has been said to have commited suicide due to his withdrawal from the school.
He was said to have fallen into heavy depression after being withdrawn especially due to the fact that he had spent close to 10years in school.
Sources say that after he died, his colleagues deposited his coffin at the office of the vice chancellor in
protest, blaming the school’s action for his death.
Idoko was withdrawn for failing a haphazardly
organised resit exam that has bedevilled medical
students in the institution over the years.
It is said that Benue State medical school is notorious for extending resit exams which are supposed to be done after a preparatory period of 6weeks, to one year and this eventually would add up to the number of years studens spend at the school.

Friday, 24 July 2015

I never accused US govt of helping Boko Haram – Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has denied accusing the United States Government of helping terror group, Boko Haram. Buhari’s denial was contained in a statement issued on Friday by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina. It was widely reported earlier in the week that Buhari said the US by failing to supply arms to Nigeria was indirectly assisting Boko Haram. 

However, in the statement issued on Friday, the president described the reports as unfortunate misinterpretation and distortion of his remarks at the United States Institute of Peace during his official visit to Washington DC. “The regrets expressed by President Buhari at USIP about the impact of the application of the Leahy Law on Nigeria’s war against Boko Haram and terrorism cannot be construed as an indictment of President Barack Obama and the United States Government who have publicly and privately declared their preparedness to give the Buhari Administration the fullest possible support and assistance.

Police trail robbers who hypnotize victims in commercial buses in Lagos

The Lagos State Police Command, on Friday said it was on the trail of some suspected criminals using handkerchief containing some substances to hypnotise people before robbing them of their valuables. The command’s spokesman, DSP Kenneth Nwosu, made the disclosure in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) while reacting to the command’s efforts to curb the criminal activity.
 “The Lagos police are on the same page with the state government in fighting crime and criminality. We have devised strategies to check the suspected criminals. “We want people in Lagos to be security conscious and be at alert, particularly in commercial vehicles. “Members of the public should report suspected persons to the police.

Victims of 2014 NIS recruitment stampede urge Buhari to investigate unfulfilled jobs promise

Victims of the 2014 Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) stamped had urged President Muhammadu Buhari to investigate the unfulfilled jobs promised them by the immediate past administration. The call is contained in a statement issued by Malam Muhammad Sani, the Coordinator of the NIS Victims in Niger, made available in Minna on Friday. 
In the statement, Sani urged Buhari to revamp the Ministry of Internal Affairs and to release appointment letters to the NIS stamped victims. 
The statement quoted Sani as alleging that the NIS recently employed new personnel while victims of the 2014 recruitment exercise were yet to be absorbed into the system as promised. He said “we the affected persons were, on Apirl 15, 2015, screened at the NIS headquarters in Abuja for absorption. “After a while, we got information that our letters were ready. “Issuing the said letters that were purportedly ready for over two months has however become insurmountable for the ministry. 
“Sir, it will interest you to know that recently, the ministry gave appointment letters to several persons who are not victims of the 2014 stampede and they are presently undergoing induction. “Meanwhile, relatives of the deceased shown on national television are yet to resume work, while the injured persons are yet to receive letters of appointment.” Sani then urged President Buhari to look into the case in fulfilment of his campaign promise to ensure creation of employment for Nigerian teeming unemployed youths.

 “We have been screened and we are desperately waiting to receive our appointment letters. “We reject the cancellation of our screening that was done earlier and demand that our appointment letters be given to us without further delay,” 

he appealed. In a reaction, Mr Ezekiel Kaura, the NIS Coordinator in Niger told NAN that the command had on April 15 delegated officers to accompany the stamped victims to its headquarters for screening. Kaura said “we have contacted our Head Office on the issue; I urge the affected persons to exercise more patience as plans are underway to bring succour to the victims.”

Mikel Obi confirms dropping Chelsea contract

jon-obi-mikel-ChelseaSuper Eagles midfielder, John Mikel Obi, has insisted that he will see out his contract with Chelsea.
The player was offered a bumper deal by UAE club, Al Ain, but Blues boss Jose Mourinho blocked his departure.
Turkish giants Fenerbahce and Galatasaray were also interested in taking Mikel Obi, but he has now put an end to all the speculations.
He said: “I have two years left on my contract here and want to see them out.
“I am happy here and we will see what happens. I do want to stay, the manager wants me to stay, so I don’t have any issues.
“The manager has told me he wants me to stay. He said that and I’m pretty happy to stay.
“This is going to be my tenth season at the club, next year it will be my 11th. I have been here so long due to the contracts I have signed and I like to be somewhere where I have developed friendships.
“This is like my family now. Every time I come to work, it’s like coming in to see my family.
“I know the whole place, the staff, it is going to be a hard place to leave when my contract runs out and then we will see what happens.”
Mikel Obi moved to Stamford Bridge from Lyn Oslo in 2006 and has won 10 major titles with the Premier League champions.

10 killed, 55 injured in Tanzanian road accident

At least 10 people were killed and 55 others injured after a bus lost control and hit a tree on Wednesday at Chamwino area near Tanzania’s political capital of Dodoma, police said.
David Mnyambugha, Dodoma regional acting police commander, said the accident occurred in the evening as the bus running from Shinyanga to Dar es Salaam veered off the road following a front tyre burst.
“The bus lost control and hit a tree, killing eight passengers on the spot,” said Mnyambugha.


Nicki Minaj has accepted Taylor Swift's apology over the VMA nominations race debate, saying, "She gained so much more respect from me. Let's move on."
The debate was prompted by the announcement of the MTV VMA nominations. Nicki Minaj received three, but her Beyonce collaboration, 'Feeling Myself', was snubbed - and 'Anaconda' failed to be recognised in the choreography category.
"If I was a different 'kind' of artist, Anaconda would be nominated for best choreo and vid of the year as well," tweeted Minaj. She then added, "When the 'other' girls drop a video that breaks records and impacts culture they get that nomination. If your video celebrates women with very slim bodies, you will be nominated for vid of the year."
Interpreting this as a direct reference to her own nomination for 'Bad Blood', Taylor Swift decided to respond - a decision that many deemed to be derailing. "I've done nothing but love & support you," she wrote. "It's unlike you to pit women against each other. Maybe one of the men took your slot.."
Minaj's response was one of confusion, and she subsequently took to Instagram to write, "Nothing to do with any of the women, but everything to do with a system that doesn't credit black women for their contributions to pop culture as freely/quickly as they reward others."
After several high-profile people also entered the debate, and numerous mainstream publications criticised Swift for derailing the conversation of race, Swift took to Twitter to apologise.
Minaj responded, "That means so much Taylor, thank you," adding, "Everyone makes mistakes. She gained so much more respect from me. Let's move on."

The MTV VMAs, which started this whole debate, take place on 30 August and will be presented by Miley Cyrus.

World’s first malaria vaccine approved

The world’s first malaria vaccine has received a green light from European drugs regulators who recommended it should be licensed for use in babies in Africa who are at risk of the mosquito-borne disease.
The shot, called RTS,S or Mosquirix, would be the first licensed human vaccine against a parasitic disease and could help prevent millions of cases of malaria in countries that use it.
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