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HUNDREDS of Nigerians gathered again to celebrate the third D-Blaze Entertainment Music Awards 2019 (DBE MA) in London over the weekend that saw the handing out of honours to 30 artists who have excelled in the UK diaspora community.
At the event which took place at the Old Stratford Town hall in east London, a variety of entertainers were honoured with plaques in recognition of their services to the industry. Among those who attended the event were dignitaries like the Queen Naa Tsotsoo Soyoo1 of Ghana and the chairman of the Africanvoice Prince Mike Abiola, Dr Dayo Olomu and the chairman of the ( Trumpet ) Femi Okutubo who both handed out awards to the recipients.

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Janjala’s real name is Benjamin Batuns popularly known as Benebee De King from the family of Mr & Mrs  Ebenezer Batuns.

Janjala is a native of Ogun State also related to Ondo state, Akure Nigeria.
Janjala was born in Abule in Bariga,  Lagos state where he grew up, studied and began his musical career.

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Temitope Akinyemi (Themmy) is a seasoned musician, born on 3oth December, 1982 in Oyo state, hail from Osun State and lives presently in Kano state of Nigeria. She believes strongly in bringing good news in a lyrical and musical way. Themmy has been into music for over 15 years starting from the high school fellowship choir and then to the church choir and with tentacles spreading into comtemprorary kind of music that just soothes the soul and talks to the spirit.

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Written by Tunde Eso, Osun Governorship Aspirant 2018.

It is no longer news that Nigerian youths agitate for their rights with some in various part of the country crying of being grossly marginalized, particularly by the older generation who form the bulk of the country's leaders.  General Yakubu Gowon was Head of State at age 28 with several Ministers and Governors in his cabinet then being within the age bracket of 27 and 35.

Today those in similar age bracket are at best leaders of youth movements or militant groups like the Oodua People’s Congress, Egbesu boys, Boko Haram, Arewa Consultative Forum, Bakassi boys, Ijaw youths etc. Those who are lucky among them could become political aides or Special Adviser on this or that to political office holders. A few exceptions to the rule are those extremely lucky to emerge as Chief Executives or Directors of organizations as a result of pure luck or a sprinkle of godfatherism.  

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Tunde Eso is the author of African Security Solution the book that was published in UK 2012 and a Political Scientist In this interview with Hrh Prince Olusile ( D-Blaze Entertainment), he spoke on the situation in Osun state and his plans to give the people visionary leadership if elected as governor.

What do you think can be done to solve insecurity problems in Africa especially Nigeria?
Security is key to ensuring growth in any society. You can imagine that the actions of Boko Haram that commenced in the North, Nigeria is now treading the Western part of Nigeria and imagine they have extended their activities to neighbouring countries in the effort to capture the whole of Africa. They have been able to move thus far because governments in Africa have been careless about taping on the provided solution by people like us. For some years now, I proposed e-policing, the involvement of community leaders, youth coordinators, and youth empowerment by situating youth centres all over the continent where they can lodge complaints and get skills acquisition that will engage them and put them off negative tendencies.

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