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Don Jazzy Dashes Woman N100,000 Magazine

Popular singer cum CEO, Mavin Records, Don Jazzy has once again extended his generosity to a woman by giving her the sum of N100,000.

Don Jazzy, had taken to his Twitter page to promote his Vbank but a woman in her reaction insinuated that Don Jazzy has been lying about the bank’s services and charges.

According to the woman; “I was charged when I made a transaction with Vbank contrary to what Don Jazzy said that they don’t charge when one transfers money.”

Don Jazzy, in order to redeem himself, asked the lady to show him evidence that she was charged and that he will dash her N100k. Unfortunately, she was unable to provide any evidence.

Don Jazzy being the generous person he is still gave the woman the N100k. He said he gave the money to her to show that he trusts his Vbank very much.

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Sanwo-Olu Unveils COWLSO’s 5,000 Transistor Radios To Improve Access To Learning

Lagos State Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Monday, June 29th, 2020 unveiled 5,000 transistor radios, 5,000 face masks and cash donation by the Committee of Wives of Lagos State Officials (COWLSO) to improve access to educational contents by pupils and students in the State in response to the challenges thrown up by Covid-19 pandemic.

R-L: Lagos State Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu; Chairman, Teaching Service Commission, Mrs Olabisi Ariyo; Commissioner for Education, Mrs Folasade Adefisayo; Lagos State First Lady, Dr. (Mrs) Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu; Wife of Deputy Governor, Mrs Oluremi Hamzat; Wife of the Speaker, Lagos State House of Assembly, Mrs Falilat Obasa, with some students during the presentation of transistor radios, face masks and cash donation to the Ministry of Education by Committee of Wives of Lagos State Officials (COWLSO) held at State House, Marina on Monday, June 29, 2020

The transistor radios and face masks, which were donated by COWLSO in partnership with the Office of Lagos State First Lady to the Ministry of Education, would be distributed across the State, especially in the hard-to-reach areas including riverine areas.

Lagos State First Lady, Dr. (Mrs.) Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu (4th right); Wife of Deputy Governor, Mrs Oluremi Hamzat (4th left); Commissioner for Education, Mrs Folasade Adefisayo (3rd right); Permanent Secretary in the Ministry, Mrs Abosede Adelaje, with some students (L-R) – Sanni Muiz, Aiyemuniro Omoroyede, Atopele Muheebah and Joseph Awogbenle, during the presentation of transistor radios, face masks and cash donation to the Ministry of Education by Committee of Wives of Lagos State Officials (COWLSO) 

Speaking at event, which was held at State House, Marina, Sanwo-Olu commended COWLSO for the laudable initiative to play up the education of children in the State, expressing optimism that it would enhance access to educational contents on radio.

L-R: Wife of Lagos State Deputy Governor, Mrs Oluremi Hamzat; Lagos State First Lady, Dr. (Mrs.) Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu; Commissioner for Education, Mrs Folasade Adefisayo and Chairman, Lagos State Teaching Service Commission, Mrs Olabisi Ariyo at the presentation of transistor radios, face masks and cash donation to the Ministry of Education by Committee of Wives of Lagos State Officials (COWLSO)

“What COWLSO is donating this morning is to improve and enhance the learning capability of the children and so we are excited that they have been able to put this together for the students.

“I understand that this is the first batch, others will come in. This is a new norm and so we need to adapt to the new realities of where we found ourselves and so this is part of adaptability and innovation has to come to learning.

“What we are doing now is as much as possible, learning can be done offsite and so it is just something to make our children get themselves busy, have a tool, have an app, have a phone and have a radio and whatever it means to communicate such that at the agreed time and in the comfort of their learning environment, they can tune in, they can listen, they can take notes, they can interact and be in tune,” the Governor said.

He said the donation by COWLSO would greatly help students to be abreast of all of the things happening as far as their education was concerned since schools are physically not operating for now.

On her part, the First Lady and COWLSO Chairman, Dr Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu said the initiative to donate the transistor radios was borne out of the desire to ensure that no child is left behind in the access to quality education in the State, while the 5,000 face masks and the cash donation would help to ease the burden of parents and guardians and the students in this era of the new normal.

She said statistics confirmed that there are over a million children at home during this pandemic period not going to school for the past three months, while students preparing for WAEC and Jamb exams had equally been affected.

“In this new normal, Ministry of Education has gone ahead to improve on e-learning, loading the Nigerian curriculum on to some platforms and in a bid to reach out to more students in the rural and riverine areas numbering about 200,000 across Lagos State in the primary and Secondary schools in Ibeju Lekki, Epe, Ikorodu, Badagry, Agege, among others, COWLSO is coming on board to assist with transistor radios so that our students will have access to educational programmes on radio.

“During the first phase of the lockdown, COWLSO took part in distributing palliatives. We distributed food items, hand sanitizers and everything that needed to be distributed. However, we were still worried about the education of our children now that they are not going to school.

“We just don’t want to stop at giving palliatives; we wanted to move further and so we decided to donate radio transistors with batteries to ease the leaning of the children since we learnt that the Ministry of Education had perfected partnership with some radio stations,” the First Lady said.

She urged corporate organizations, religious bodies, human rights activists, among others to come to the plight of the children by joining hands with government to play up education with the view to engender a better future for students in the State.

While thanking teachers for the time invested in education, she charged students to reciprocate the efforts of government to scale up their education by coming out with better grades.

Earlier, Commissioner for Education, Mrs Folasade Adefisayo commended the First Lady and COWLSO members for the donations, saying it would perfectly key into efforts to improve access to education for pupils and students considering that some radio stations have signed on to the learning programmes initiated by the Ministry to engage students throughout the pandemic period.

She also disclosed that the Ministry was working on establishing a Radio Station that would be solely dedicated to education to expand time for airing of educational contents and improve access for students.

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Victor Moses Confesses | Top Celebrities Magazine

Chelsea FC star and Nigeria international, Victor Moses who is on with Italian giant, Inter Milam Football Club has made a revelation.

He said; “I love football, it’s been my passion since I was a child. It’s in my blood and what I love doing. The turning point of my career came when I made my debut with Crystal Palace when I was 16.”

“I entered the pitch and the atmosphere was incredible. It made me think that football was my reason for living, something where I could give everything with 100 percent commitment.”

“Conte is a great man and coach, I know his methods well. He wants the best from his players and that’s the main reason I’m here because I’ve worked with him and I know what he wants: he just wants us to go out there, work hard and have fun while putting our idea of ??football into practice.”

“Obviously that’s what I want to do, to win with him, this team and a fantastic club. I already knew Romelu Lukaku, Ashley Young and Christian Eriksen. They’re all fantastic guys and we’re all rowing in the same direction.”

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Regina Daniels Welcomes Her First Child Magazine

This is good news for billionaire businessman, Prince Ned Nwoko as his celebrity wife, Regina Daniels has now given birth to a baby boy.

Blogger, Afroonthebeats revealed this on Monday, June 29th, 2020 on his Instagram page.

He wrote; ??? it’s a boy ?? @regina.daniels gives birth to a bouncing baby boy.”

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Access Bank Refunds Stamp Duty Charges To Customers Celebrities Magazine

Nigeria’s leading financial institution, Access Bank Plc has announced that it has refunded the Stamp Duty Charges on its customers.

This is contained in a statement by the bank. It reads;

“Earlier this week, we informed our customers that we had inadvertently not charged stamp duty on some accounts from February to April 2020 as mandated by the Federal Government.”

“Stamp Duty Charge collection in compliance with the mandate of the ‘Finance Act, 2019 (Stamp Duty Act, Cap S8). We are required by law to apply this charge as applicable and remit all funds collected to the Federal Government.”

“However, we have heard our customers’ feedback that this charge is unwelcome, especially at this time against a challenging economic backdrop.”

“We have considered your feedback and have decided to pay the Stamp Duty on our customers’ behalf for the affected period only. this means all individuals and SMEs who were debited for the accumulated Stamp Duty Charge for February to April 2020 will be refunded.”

“While we still have to remit these funds via the CBN to the Federal Government, we realise that we got it wrong by debiting our customers late, and we are refunding the affected Stamp Duty Charge today to all affected customers.”

“Please send us a mail through [email protected][1] if you have any further enquiries regarding the Stamp Duty Charge.”

“We hope this gesture goes some way to make this better and we would like to thank all our customers who reached out to us to share their views.”

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