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Dancehall Singer, Cynthia Morgan Signs Management Deal With Top US Entertainment Firm

Dancehall singer, Cynthia Morgan, has signed a management deal with a top American entertainment firm, The Facilitator Management.



This was disclosed in a statement by the firm, made available to Goldmyne Television on Thursday.




As the world appears to be increasingly fascinated by the Afrobeat sound, Cynthia’s new PR counsel, Muyiwa Babalola, says together, the firm is committed to utilizing her “raw magic” to continue to exhibit Afrobeat on the world stage and in a more organized dimension.



“The Facilitator Firm is a Full -Service Boutique Artist Management, Indie-Record Label, Artist Services and Publishing Company headquartered in Las Vegas, NV. forged by the partnership of Founder / CEO “ Uncle Odis “ Johnson and Co-Founder / President Tabiyah Yetunde. Both are longtime Music Industry Veterans with a combined total of 50 plus years of experience in music and entertainment.



“Cynthia resonates with a diverse fan base all over the world because of her feel-good music and vibe,” Babalola…

The End Of The Road For Ukraine Rebel Leader



The leader of a self-proclaimed separatist republic in eastern Ukraine was injured in a suspected car bombing Saturday, local media reported.

Igor Plotnitsky, the head of the Lugansk People’s Republic, “was wounded this morning as a result of a powerful explosion that occurred near his car,” the official pro-Russian rebels’ news agency said.

Plotnitsky, 52, was being treated at a local hospital along with several other people who suffered injuries in the blast in the city of Lugansk, the report said.

The rebels’ news agency claimed the explosion was an “attempt on the life” of their leader.

A senior rebel official later told Russia’s Interfax news agency that the explosion was a “a terrorist act” but did not go as far as to point the finger of blame at any individual or group.

Plotnitsky did not sustain any life-threatening injuries in the blast and his condition remains stable, the rebel official said.

Ukrainian authorities have already dismissed claims that they could have been behind the blast.

“The Ukrainian side is not involved in this assassination attempt,” Ukrainian military spokesman Oleksandr Motuzyanyk told journalists, adding that the explosion was likely linked to an internal power struggle among rebel leaders.

Plotnitsky, the former commander of a pro-Russian rebel group, was elected in November 2014 to head the Lugansk region in polls denounced by Kiev as a breach of a ceasefire agreement.

Lugansk is the smaller of two breakaway pro-Russian provinces that have been fighting Ukrainian government forces for more than two years.

A suspected car bombing in the Lugansk region in December killed pro-Russian leader Pavel Dremov in what rebels said was a “terrorist act organised by the Ukranian security forces.”

In May 2015 Lugansk rebel commander Alexei Mozgovoi was killed in an attack against his vehicle.

More than 9,500 people have been killed since Ukraine’s mostly Russian-speaking eastern industrial regions revolted against Kiev’s pro-Western government in April 2014.

Kiev and the West have accused Russia of supporting rebels and deploying troops across the border, claims that Moscow denies.

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