Bill Cosby lost another bid to get criminal sexual-assault charges tossed, after a judge ruled Thursday that there is enough evidence to try Cosby even though he was unable to cross-examine his accuser at a preliminary hearing.
TVC E. Folarin Falana, better known by his stage name Falz was on TVC Entertainment Splash with HoneyPot the presenter where he said, he said its only a musical chemistry.
FALZ the Bahd Guy as he’s fondly called who won the BET Best Viewers Choice Awards holding in Califonia, Los Angeles,USA believes everything in Life has time.
The Nigerian rapper who began his career while in secondary school after forming a group called "The School Boys"was of the notion that, you cannot attain a greater height without education, as education is key.
Falz who studied law and called to bar said, he is still single and searching. He says his parents has always been in support of his career.
The Nigerian rapper and comic actor, has clinched an international award for himself.
During his interview period in the studio had so much fun with the presenter by singing and dancing.
He also removed his glasses to show his fans...
Minister of finance, Mrs Kemi Adeosun has revoked the amendment reducing witholding tax for construction related activities.
The regulation was amended by the former minister of finance and coordinating minister of the economy, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala in 2014.
Okonjo-Iweala had amended the Companies Income Tax in order to reduce the withholding tax rate applicable to payments in respect of all aspects of building, construction, and related activities excluding survey, design and deliveries from five per cent to 2.5 per cent.
The move was seen then as a incentive by the Goodluck Jonathan government to reduce the burden of construction companies in Nigeria. According to Leadership newspaper, the policy became law into on Thursday, January 1, 2015 and was gazetted by the then government.
But Mrs Adeosun reverted the policy to five per cent based on recommendation from the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS). The 2.5 per cent will however continue to be effective until the regulations...