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Popular Nigerian singer, Tiwa Savage has reacted to reports insinuating that the alleged sex tape with her boyfriend was a publicity stunt.

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tiwa savage akitombwa

Popular Nigerian singer, Tiwa Savage has reacted to reports insinuating that the alleged sex tape with her boyfriend was a publicity stunt.

  1. Tiwa Savage
    Tiwa Savage is a popular Nigerian recording artiste who rose to fame after her first album released in 1995. She then released several successful albums, including “Won’t You Dance With Me?” and “I’m In Love”. Her last album was released in 2016 titled “Humble”.
    Her songs are generally upbeat dance-pop tracks, often incorporating influences from R&B, soul, hip hop, pop, electronic music, and world music. Many of her singles have been released as official soundtrack to movies, television series and video games.
  2. Nigeria
    Nigeria is a federal republic located in West Africa. Geographically, it is the largest country in Africa. Nigeria borders four countries: Niger to the northwest, Chad to the northeast, Cameroon and the Central African Republic to the east, Benin to the southeast, and the Atlantic Ocean to the southwest.
    The economy of Nigeria has grown rapidly over the past two decades, due in no small part to its vast oil reserves. However, roughly half of the population lives below the poverty line, and income inequality remains high. Modern urban centers have developed around Lagos, Kano, Ibadan, Kaduna, Port Harcourt, Enugu and Onitsha, while rural residents tend to congregate along major land corridors.
    Nigerians tend to be religiously diverse, although estimates of religious adherence vary widely. According to government data, 77% of the population practices traditional indigenous religions, 18% adhere to indigenous beliefs blended with Islam, Christianity, and Judaism, and about 4% practice Protestantism alone. A 2013 estimate by the Pew Research Center suggested that approximately 90% of the population adheres to traditional indigenous religion, primarily animist beliefs (primarily Asogli, Efik, Ibibio, Igbo, Urhobo, etc) and Roman Catholicism.
    Traditional indigenous religion includes many different belief systems such as Orisha worship, Vodun/Santeria, Candomblé, and others.
  3. Music
    Music forms an important part of the culture of Nigeria. Music reflects, celebrates, and criticizes aspects of society and life in the community.
    There are three kinds of music performed in Nigeria: folk music, calypso music, and contemporary popular music. Traditional Yoruba folksongs are sung at home or during social gatherings. Naija (or Nigerian locales), refers to a variety of musical styles unique to Nigeria. These styles include Afrobeat, Highlife, Hiphop, Juju, Jùjú, Mo’cubaz, Pop Corn, Ska, Songhai, Swahili beat, and Zouk.
  4. Popular singers
    Tiwa Savage – Popular Nigerian singer who rose to fame after the release of her debut studio album in 1995. She then releases several successful albums, including Won’t You Dance With Me? and I’m In Love. Her last album was Released in 2016 titled Humble.
  5. Nasim Abdur-Rahman – Popular Umayyad writer, poet, politician and jurist, born in Baghdad in 612, died in 675 CE, he was nicknamed al-Kisab al-Akhbar (“the famous reporter”). He is considered one of the greatest poets of Arabic literature and the founder of the makam system.

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