Connect with us

Published

on

 

 

The Creative Industry Group has reacted to the news going around, about the authenticity and legitimacy of functions of the group, by Nigerian singer Felix Duke, describing his foul cry as laughable and petty.

 

In an attempt to undermine the credence and integrity of Performing Musicians Employers’ Association Of Nigeria, PMAN, and its leadership, Felix in a muddled up press statement, regarded himself as President, and unilaterally ascribed offices to his friends and loyalist, who, out of desperation, failed to do due diligence before camping with an imposter.

 

In a statement released on Friday, February 19, 2021, the group’s spokesperson, Nosa Omoregie, described the release as petty and laughable, lacking substance worthy of promulgation, adding that it further revealed the ruthlessness and desperation of Mr. Felix Duke to rip the industry off its hard-earned integrity and credibility.

 

He wrote:

 

We know that the President of PMAN, Pretty Okafor may not indulge in any sort of roforofo bad mouthing with traducers. More important is the peaceful, sophisticated, and a valued pastime that the union has guarded jealously since he assumed the office.  We know Pretty will not dignify Felix with a response and by the formidable unity among members of PMAN, no one will engage Felix in the same reductionist mentality.

 

However, as members of the CIG who have been observing the trend of events as they unfold, we will not hesitate to sound a note of warning to the imposter and his team of traducers who have been jumping from corporate offices to public office holders, begging for money to run paper-projects.

 

It’s about time Nigerians got to know the crux of the matter as Felix and his team of lairs have had their cup full, and it’s about time they were treated to a whiff of their game.

 

For the record, this matter shall be addressed once and for all.

 

It is pertinent to know that while the executives of PMAN were fighting the tough battle with the outgone management (Tee Mac and Tony Okoroji) Felix Duke who was with unsuspecting Pretty Okafor and other progressives, was planted by Tony Okoroji,Tee Mac, and Oritz Wiliki to snitch about every step taken by the team. This was confirmed by a credible source from Tony’s camp. PMAN was warned to be wary of a snitch, but we would discard the information as irrelevant, as trust and transparency is our key motivation.

 

CIG was initiated by Pretty Okafor, but the appointment process was subject to a collective decision. While Pretty Okafor suggested Felix as the coordinator of CIG, the likes of Asha Gangali, Ruggedman, Zakky Azzay, and Felix’s best friend, Sunny Neji, expressed their reservations, knowing how greedy and over-ambitious he can be. Pretty Okafor prevailed on others to make Felix Duke, the coordinator of CIG on grounds of age and experience, a decision he would regret with every fibre in him.

 

Felix Duke went all out to town to start begging for unsolicited supports from corporate organizations and was receiving funds in millions into his private account, but could not account for a dime.

He continued to use the platform for personal-vested interest and co-opted his girlfriend in the scheme.

 

The last straw was when he mobilized and staged a meaningless protest against the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) in connivance with people who are not members of the CIG. Please note that no executive or member was informed before Felix Duke connived with Charlyboy and Oritz Wiliki to stage the 2019 protest, but he went ahead to execute the protest in the name of CIG.

 

The news got to other members of the executives who tried to call him to order, but he remained adamant.

His excesses became unbearable and an emergency meeting was convened by the group executives and PMAN to address the situation.

 

At the meeting, Felix Duke was directed to STEP DOWN and HAND OVER to Michael Ugochukwu Stephens popularly known as Ruggedman while the activities of CIG are being probed, a directive he blatantly refused and almost got into a physical fight with Ruggedman.

 

Felix Duke’s best friend, Sunny Neji, who was also at the meeting looked him in the eye and told him, “Felix, you have disappointed all of us, please step down”. Other notable witnesses include Zakky Azzay, Ruggedman, Asha Gangali, Tunde Omitogun, Pretty Okafor, and others.

 

Felix Duke later stormed Pretty Okafor’s private residence with his girlfriend the following morning to beg him to retain the coordinating capacity of CIG, noting that he was invested so much in the group.

Unlike Felix Duke’s personified credence to CIG, Pretty Okafor told him that the decision of who leads CIG is not a unilateral matter, but a collective decision of executives.

 

Today, Felix Duke has decided to create CIG within the figment of his imagination and has gone about to solicit funds from unsuspecting organizations with no verifiable project on sight.

 

His desperation to steal and destroy were exposed when he wrote his usual letter of support to the “Ministry of Tourism” with fake documents and the executive of PMAN was called to verify the authenticity.

Felix Duke is unlettered and lacks the requisite intelligence to actualize anything other than to beg for money. He did not inform his handlers of the risk of forgery and impersonation he’s robbing them into, these are crimes that are punishable by the court of law.

Felix has claimed that the Creative Industry Group is a registered organization that also has its Trademark name registered at the Ministry of Trade and Investment. That is true. But we challenge him to present the documents before the public to back up his claims.

Will he presents the same FAKE registration sheet of paper presented before the honourable Commissioner for Information and Tourism, Folorunso Folarin-Coker, which was utterly rejected?

Felix is morally bankrupt.

 

Mr Felix Duke was asked to step aside and hand over to Ruggedman, due to his high-handedness and inability to account for the fund, he raised in the name of the group.

 

His camp has continued to concoct lies so often that anything they said in defence of Felix and his regime is greeted with derision and laughter. They constantly lie and every Nigerians can see through their lies, especially when their version of events and statements are contravened by Felix Duke.

 

Every discerning mind will wonder why Felix has never been granted an interview to speak extensively about the Creative Industry Group or how he’s related to the movement. How does he manage a group he knows nothing about its history and core value?

 

Felix has gotten into the mud. That is his habitat, he belongs in the mud. Like the dirty-smelling pig, he’s used to fighting publicly and fighting dirty. So he jumped into the mud first.

 

“He also referred to the substantive spokesman as ‘One Nosa Omoregie’ like a stranger who just came into the picture. Let it be on record that Nosa was and has been part of the team from the day Creative Industry Group got its name at Shadare’s Gbagada residence in 2016.

 

“We do not expect anything less from Felix order than to direct his lawyers to challenge the audacity of CIG to operate without him in the picture. Certainly, he will not want to risk jail term by presenting fake documents to the court of law.

 

“We will also advise his handlers and cohorts to tread carefully, as Felix is only acting in ranting in ignorance.” He wrote.


Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Business

3SC Shock Rangers in 2:2 Draw on Monimichelle Turf in Awka

Published

on

 

Shooting Stars of Ibadan last Saturday afternoon stunned the mammoth crowd at the Awka Township Stadium with a dramatic comeback to a 2-2 draw with Rangers Int’l of Enugu in the Match Day 36 encounter.

 

The two sides played out a goalless draw in the first 45 minutes with Rangers also Flying Antelopes having a number of near goal situations with no much anxious moment in their goal area.

 

Rangers FC broke the deadlock in the 46th minute through Shedrack Asiegbu, just at the resumption of play in the second half and in the 55th minute later through Chidiebere Nwobodo.

 

The Ibadan based side popularly known as Oluyole Warriors fought back through Moses Omoduemuke who scored in the 73rd and 88th minutes.

 

The comeback sent the excited Awka fans into a sudden chill while some of them had to leave the stadium before the final whistle.

 

The enraged fans including some veteran Rangers int’l said the way the team surrendered a comfortable 2-0 lead within 15 minutes called the technical judgment of Coach Abdul Maikaba to question.

 

Nwakaibeya Anene said, the Rangers spirit was already building up in Awka but the draws from their last two games especially when they were winning was a bad to pay fans for their loyalty.

 

“First half was good, we defended very well even when we lost chances to score but the game changed after we scored, our defense collapsed, that was why we conceded the goals.

 

“We even told the coach to play one of our best defenders but he sent him back, the draw was unnecessary, our players were uninspiring,” he said.

 

Reacting to their performance in the game, Isiaka Mutiu said it was a product of determination and belief in God.

 

“It is God, I must be honest with you because we can’t explain; all we know is that we put in every effort we could.

 

“Our general manager told us to believe in ourselves, that everything is possible and thank God we got that all important point.

 

Agoye Olumide, coach of Shooting Stars said the draw was a product from their game in Ibadan last week when Abia Warriors who came back from 0-2 to draw level.

 

He said the Awka stadium pitch also brought out the best in his players as it made for free flowing football.The Stadium was built by popular facility Manager,Monimichelle led by Ebi Moni-luv Egbe.

Continue Reading

Entertainment

Funke Akindele’s 7yr Marriage To JJC Skillz Crashes

Published

on

Music executive, Abdulrasheed Bello aka JJC Skillz has announced his separation from his wife, actress Funke Akindele.

He announced this in a post shared on his IG page this morning. He said the last two years of his marriage has been extremely difficult and that he has moved out of their home on the instance of Funke.

 

”Dear Friends and family I need to let you know that Funke and I have separated. While it lasted we shared a lot of things together and have created 2 beautiful children. The last two years have been extremely difficult for us. I know I have tried my best to fix things but I believe it is beyond repair now. Three months ago and at Funke’s insistence ,I moved out of the house and apart from AMVCA,I have not been able to get Funke to sit down in an amicable manner to discuss the future of our relationship. I’m making this announcement so that the public is clear that we both are pursuing separate lives. We still have issues that need to be addressed such as the custody and wellbeing of our children which is paramount as well as business interests which needs to be disentangled but I have no doubt that all of these will be resolved one way or the other.

 

There have been reports that their marriage has been in crisis for a while now. In the last AMVCA awards, Funke and JJC arrived at the venue of the ceremony separately but sat together and even went on the stage to receive an award won by Funke.

Continue Reading

Trending News