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Catalan Declares Independence from Spain

The Catalan regional parliament has voted to declare independence from Spain, meanwhile the Spanish parliament has voted for the approval direct rule over the region.

Catalan MPs voted in favour of the motion 70-10 in a ballot boycotted by the opposition.

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy earlier told senators direct rule was needed to return “law, democracy and stability” to Catalonia.

The crisis began when Catalans backed independence in a disputed vote earlier this month.

The Catalan government said that of the 43% of potential voters who took part in the referendum, 90% were in favour of independence. But Spain’s Constitutional Court had ruled the vote illegal.

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Davido Featured on Sean Kingston’s new song ‘Kryptonite’

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Davido Featured on Sean Kingston’s new Song ‘Kryptonite’

American singer, Sean Kingston had revealed that his new single titled Kryptonite will feature Nigerian singer Davido alongside Torylanez.

The Jamaican singer took to his official twitter account to say; .

My new single Kryptonite ft @torylanez x @iam_davido it’s on the way Currently getting Mixed & Mastered !!!!

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D’banj – Shoulda [Music Video]

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D’banj – Shoulda [Music Video]

D’banj – Shoulda [Music Video]

Sequel to Issa Banger, D’banj rolls out the spanking new video for his song Shoulda.

Shoulda is a single off D’banj’King Don Come LP released last year.

Enjoy!

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South Africa’s Embattled President Jacob Zuma resigns

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South Africa’s Embattled President Jacob Zuma resigns

The embattled President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma has resigned his office with immediate effect.

Zuma made the announcement in a televised address to the nation on Wednesday evening.

Earlier, Mr Zuma’s governing ANC party told him to resign or face a vote of no confidence in parliament on Thursday.

The 75-year-old has been under increasing pressure to give way to Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, the ANC’s new leader.

Mr Zuma, who has been in power since 2009, faces numerous allegations of corruption.

His resignation came at the end of a long speech in which he said he disagreed with the way the ANC had acted towards him.

He said he did not fear a motion of no-confidence, adding: “I have served the people of South Africa to the best of my ability.”

According to President Zuma, violence and division within the ANC had influenced his decision to step down.

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