2Baba Celebrates Nigerian Independence Day With A Special Rendition Of The National Anthem.

Fresh off the epoch-making FORTYfied events which peaked with the hugely successful All-Star Tribute Concert, pop phenomenon, 2Baba p/k/a 2face Idibia joins millions of Nigerians at home and abroad in celebration of the Nation’s 55th Independence day with an exciting rendition of the national anthem.

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2baba’s commitment to the Nigeria project inspires the need to reiterate the message of peace and unity riding on a stirring performance of ‘National Anthem’ composed by late Pa Benedict Odiase (MON).

The song is produced by Bolji Beatz, a member of 2Baba’s Tek band and producer behind the Afrobeat inspired banger “Jeje” off The Ascension album (2014).

As Nigeria turns 55 Today 2Baba hopes this song can inspire hope and strengthen belief in the Nigerian project.

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Two weeks after a 14-year-old girl, identified only as Rosemary, was rescued from the apartment of her alleged lover, 40-year-old Chukwu Nkenna, the teenager has gone missing again in the Agege area of Lagos.

PUNCH Metro learnt that Rosemary, who hails from Jos, Plateau State, had been taken away from Nkenna’s apartment at Obelle Junction, Surulere, on Monday, September 8, by officials of the Lagos State Ministry of Women Affairs and Poverty Alleviation.

Our correspondent gathered that Rosemary, who reportedly came to Lagos State in January 2014, had been in the care of a non-governmental organisation interested in girl education, before she left in December 2014, due to financial challenges.

The teenager was said to have met Nkenna, more commonly known as Kema, in the Surulere area around January 2015. She was reportedly staying in Nkenna’s house, who hails from Delta State.

PUNCH Metro learnt that in July, neighbours reported to the police in Surulere that Rosemary was being sexually abused and was suspected to be pregnant.

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