ICYMI: Daddy Showkey Declares Fela Day, D'banj Remembers Son
It's another day of interesting topics that jumped at us on social media, and Bounce News as always has got your back in case you missed it.
Here's a quick recap of what was hot on social media today, August 2nd;
Nigerian music star Daniel Oyebanjo popularly known as Dbanj, has opened up in an emotional message weeks after his son’s death.
D'banj also used the opportunity to thank all those who stood by him during his trying times.
He also added that the past weeks have been the most trying and challenging time in his entire life.
2. #Fela Kuti
Veteran musician, Daddy Showkey on behalf of the people of Nigeria, declared August 2, as Fela Day in honour of the 21st anniversary of the passing of the afrobeat legend
As dey No want to do am make we Kuku do am if na one yeye politician dem go do am Quick quick wey thief Nigeria ???? money #Repost @kunle.a.kuti with @instarepost_app -- 21 years today you left us continue to Rest In Peace #showdonshow #daddyshowkey #lionclan #asalamamovement #ajegunletotheworld #ajegunle
Facebook has finalized plans to monetize the service of the world's most popular messaging app, Whatsapp.
There are plans to show ads in the Status section of the app. A more immediate revenue stream has also been introduced, with new fees for WhatsApp Business users.
Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has stated that teenager, Callum Hudson-Odoi will be on the first team roaster for the new 2018/19 season.
Hudson-Odoi impressed again for Chelsea in their International Champions Cup (ICC) fixture against Premier League rivals, Arsenal.
He was a constant threat to Hector Bellerin on the left side of Chelsea’s attack, and was eventually brought down for a penalty by the Spaniard.
It seems that the NYSC certificate saga is not over for Kemi Adeosun, after she was accused of never providing an original NYSC certificate when she got the job as Finance Minister.
The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has given the the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) seven days to produce the Exemption Certificate granted to her.
SERAP sent the request to Sule Kazaure, Director-General of the NYSC, and promised to take legal action against the government institution if it did not provide it within 7days
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