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Saturday, 30 September 2017

Behind any successful woman, there is a man! -Chief Mrs. Roseline Osipitan (Top business woman)




Chief Mrs. Rose Osipitan
        The Birthday Celebrant Chief Mrs Basirat Ojugbele on the right with APC Women Leader Chief Mrs Kemi Nelson on the left

Chief Mrs. Rose Osipitan the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of First Royal Oil, was one of the ladies who stood out, few days back, when APC Women leaders, led by Chief Mrs. Kemi Nelson, the Yeye Shewa of Lagos State, gathered at the court of a multi high rise luxury apartments in Lekki. It was an exclusive party, to celebrate the birthday of one of their own in the person of Chief Mrs. Basirat Ojugbele.

AWO’S STATUE: PIECE OF ARTWORK, NOT PHOTOGRAPH – LASG

 ...Sculpture Did Justice To Papa’s Memory, Says Segun Awolowo



The Lagos State Government has clarified the ongoing insinuations and diverse interpretations given to the recently unveiled new Awolowo statue claiming that “It is a piece of artwork expressing the Artist’s impression of the late Sage and not a photograph’’, adding that it can be subjected to several interpretation.

When Ogun State Governor launched Wellness on Wheels (WOW) initiative

Ogun State Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun (middle), Deputy

Governor, Chief (Mrs.) Yetunde Onanuga (left) and the Minister of

Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole (right), at the launching of the Wellness

on Wheels (WOW), initiative, to accelerate the detection and

treatment of Tuberculosis (TB), held in Abeokuta

Ilupeju Diamond Lions Club urges govt to improve education sector, donate books to student

Lion Mrs Olatundun Omoshaye
The President, Ilupeju Diamonds Lions Club, Lagos, Mrs Olatundun Omoshaye, has urged government to improve the educational sector for the benefit of the present and upcoming generation.  She also lamented the dwindling reading culture among students.

Lack of ranches makes Nigerian cows’ poor milk producers …Says Nigerian Agric. Minister, Audu Ogbeh

The Honourable Minister of Agriculture, Chief Audu Ogbeh in handshake with
Ikoyi Club 1938 Chairman Mr. Babatunde Akinleye 
By King Solomon Ekaiyeme

The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Chief Audu Ogbeh, has said that cows raised in Nigeria are the worst milk producers in the world.

Friday, 29 September 2017

A thought for the watchdog

By Louis Odion, FNGE
Funke Egbemode
Technology is undoubtedly impacting journalism in the manner not many anticipated and, so, only a few are able to adapt. The concept of time and space is being aggressively redefined. The newsroom is no longer demarcated by walls.

Twenty-two entrepreneurs benefit from Isedowo in Ekiti

10 out of the 22 beneficiaries of Goldberg’s Isedowo empowerment initiative during the presentation of business grants to entrepreneurs


Twenty-two entrepreneurs received grants of N300,000 each to support their businesses when the train of the ongoing Goldberg empowerment initiative, Isedowo stopped in Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State, on Friday, September 22, 2017.

Wednesday, 27 September 2017

ARE YOU READY? MISS CHARMING NIGERIA 2017 BEACH PARTY IS HERE!

OCTOBER 6TH 2017. VENUE IS BADAGRY

INSPIRATIONAL FM BECOMES OFFICIAL MEDIA PARTNER OF PEARL AWARDS

THE PEARL AWARDS TEAM AT INSPIRATION FM


In November, it will be another grand celebration of Nigeria's blue chip companies and others on the nation's capital market. The Pearl Awards which has stood out all of 22 years, will be awarding excellence in the Nigerian Capital Market based on empirical data and actual performance of quoted companies.

Countdown to Nigeria's Independence Day Celebration...

Where will you be? The celebration is at TBS. Yes TBS celebrates...

IKOYI CLUB 1938 Celebrates 79th anniversary this week

Audu Ogbeh

Minister for Agriculture, Dr. Audu Ogbeh has been scheduled to deliver a lecture titled, Nigeria’s economic diversification: The role of Agriculture for sustainable wealth creation, on Thursday 28 September, 2017.

Heritage Bank reiterates commitment to Nigeria’s entertainment industry

Ifie Sekibo

Heritage Bank Plc has reiterated its commitment to the growth and development of Nigeria’s creative industry because it is a major contributor to the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

Tuesday, 26 September 2017

KANO GOV. GANDUJE, EMIR OF BORGU HONOURED AT NIGERIA MEDIA NITE AWARDS

…AS THE NATION, PUNCH, TELEGRAPH NEWSPAPERS, OTHERS SHINE... 

L-R The Executive Governor of Kano state, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, The Emir of Borgu Emirate, Barrister Muhammad Sani Haliru Dantoro, "Kitoro 1V", and the Convener of Nigeria Media Nite Out Awards, Mr. Sola Olugbemiro 

It was a galaxy of dignitaries and pacesetters of all strata of the society at the last 11th edition of the ground-breaking Nigeria Media Nite-out Award.

THE JOY OF BEING A ‘SAN’, FACES OF THOSE WHO CELEBRATED WITH FESTUS KEYAMO AT CIVIC CENTRE LAST SUNDAY IN LAGOS

PIX BY KING SOLOMON EKAIYEME

BISHOP DR. CHRIS KWAKPOVWE, 'ODM' SEPTEMBER 27TH 2017- NOW TO 174 COUNTRIES.

13 SPECIAL MIDWEEK PROPHETIC PRAYERS!


From Bishop Dr. CHRIS KWAKPOVWE, ODM


QUOTE OF THE WEEK:

"TO BE A CHRISTIAN WITHOUT PRAYER IS NO MORE POSSIBLE THAN TO BE ALIVE
WITHOUT BREATHING"! - MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.

"WHAT I'VE DISCOVERED IS THAT INTIMATE CONNECTION AND COMMUNICATION
WITH MY CREATOR WILL ALWAYS GET ME THROUGH BECAUSE I KNOW MY SUPPORT,
MY HELP, IS JUST A PRAYER AWAY"! - IYANLA VANZANT.

Monday, 25 September 2017

AFRICAN UNION HOSTS 2ND AFRICA FASHION RECEPTION


The African Union Commission is set to host the 2nd African edition of the Africa Fashion Reception in its headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 28th& 29th September, 2017.
The Africa Fashion Reception is a Pan African initiative. It will bring together fashion designers, fashion icons, Ambassadors, Ministers and media from over 17 African countries in a celebration of cultural diversity expressed through the artistic fashion discipline with the proud theme ‘Africa is the new inspiration for global fashion.’

OPPOSITION TO SUKUK: CAN IS PLAYING ‘DOG IN THE MANGER’


By Professor Ishaq Akintola

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) issued a press statement yesterday to protest against the Federal Government’s first ever sukuk (noninterest lease assets facilities) which was announced last week.
The statement which was dated 19th September, 2017 was signed by CAN’s General Secretary, Rev. Dr. Musa Asake.

Sunday, 24 September 2017

30m Nigerians suffer hypertension, says Cardiologist, as Ilupeju Diamond Lions Club marks 20th anniversary


A cardiologist with the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Dr Ehimare Iyayi, has revealed that over 30million Nigerians suffers from hypertension.

BISHOP CHRIS KWAKPOWVE (ODM PUBLISHER), DONATES POLICE POSTS TO LAGOS COMMUNITIES


In a humanitarian gesture to boost the responsibilty of the church to the people, Our Daily Manna Publisher and General Overseer of Manna Prayer Mountain worldwide, Bishop  Chris Kwakpowve recently donated Police Posts in different parts of Lagos to further encourage maintainance of peaceful co-existence among the people of Lagos.

Friday, 22 September 2017

IPOB: Parable of the stubborn fly By Louis Odion, FNGE

True to prophecy, the mere shadow of armoured tanks approaching River Niger bridge last week was enough to dismantle the rather imposing castle of conceit Nnamdi Kanu had erected across the South-east in recent times, like straws under a Category 5 hurricane. The little braggart who had romanticized rebellion so vigorously, who had threatened fire and brimstone so darkly, suddenly went into hiding when war arrived his doorstep.

Today, how pathetic that lieutenants of the absconding coward who yesterday spoke the language of thunder, evoking the imagery of bloodshed and Armageddon, are suddenly defending that "IPOB is non-violent".

For clarity, keen followers of this column will attest yours sincerely has consistently been a vigorous advocate of a Nigeria that guarantees accommodation for all, irrespective of size, tongue or creed. One, therefore, has no inhibitions whatsoever in conceding that Igbo are entitled to their grievances over feelings of alienation under the Buhari administration. The renewed cry of Biafra would sound quite legitimate against that backcloth.

But uncouth Kanu, half British citizen, adulterated the idea. He seemed unprepared for the fame he was thrust into by President Buhari's goof in jailing him in the first place. With insecure Igbo governors and shameless political leaders swooning over him for photo ops outside Kuje Prisons, he began to see himself as larger-than-life. Sensible ones were afraid to speak out lest they were branded sellout. Then, he graduated into a con-man.

While observing the galaxy of world leaders gathered at the Vatican for the funeral of Pope John Paul II during the Cold War, a bemused Joseph Stalin, communist Russia's lawgiver, had famously asked an adviser, "How many divisions does the Pope have?" It was obvious the blood-thirsty tyrant never realized the good Pope possesses something mightier - moral authority.

Notwithstanding his latter-day pretensions to some Jewish genealogy, no such moral authority could by any stretch of imagination be attributed to Kanu, nor has his conduct reflected any common sense, especially lately. In seeking to actualize Biafra, his toxic rhetoric against non-Igbo would only be tolerated by those without any ounce of self-respect. The man bemoaning injustice ironically appeared to find pleasure in speaking lowly of others who themselves are mostly victims of the same perverted order.

To achieve liberty, this political illiterate did not realize he first needed the solidarity of fellow captives to push against a common enemy. Disaffection with the Nigerian state is not enough justification to call your ethnic neighbours unprintable names. Myopic Kanu apparently only thought of returns from merchandising Biafra and did not seem to realize the big danger posed to fellow Igbo living elsewhere by his incendiary rantings.

He claimed the same DNA as Ojukwu. But the Ikemba Nnewi was certainly not foolish like him. As emperor of the Eastern region half a century ago, Ojukwu controlled battle-ready battalions before he dared Gowon. But Kanu's lack of common intelligence became obvious when he started circulating video recordings of himself reviewing "guard of honour" mounted by nothing but a phantom guerrilla army. He was living a lie. He gave them different funny names - Biafran Secret Service, Biafran National Guard, the Lion Squad etc.

With that, he only succeeded in playing into the hands of the enemy.. So, his fake army became easy meat for the Nigerian Army too eager to utilize them for target practice. Anyone who watched last week the videos of troops brutalizing the young "Biafran fighters" armed with nothing more than Biafran memorabilia cannot but see an obscene picture of the disproportionate balance of power. As a parent, I wept seeing young boys being dehumanized needlessly. But you don't begrudge the swooping hawk for the violence to the chick; you blame mother hen careless enough to expose her sucklings to danger.

In a way, the shallowness of the thinking in Abuja was also inadvertently exposed last week while Abia burned. While defending PMB against the charge of "marginalizing" the Igbo, a presidential spokesman had the temerity to, among others, insinuate that the headship of the nation's two main "cash cows" - CBN and NNPC - have been left in the hands of South-East indigenes. Seriously? But verifiable public records only indicate that both Ibe Kachikwu, the junior oil minister, and Godwin Emefiele, the CBN czar, hail from Delta State located unmistakably in the South-South. (That is assuming Kachikwu still today has "real powers" after the NNPC was "excised" from his portfolio and a northerner made the head.)
But it all seems expedient this hour for the emergency cartographers in Abuja to casually gerrymander Delta into Igboland in the new geography of political perfidy.

Assuming such fallacy was not actually bred by mischief, there can only be a much more abominable possibility: poor understanding of the ethnic identities of the citizens who populate the South-east and the South-South by those who arrogate to themselves the right to rule over us and the veto to determine our fate.

Maybe, that mis-recognition of Kachikwu is why no other Igbo was considered in the recent appointment bazaar in the NNPC. Out of 15 slots, the north cornered 10, even when that region does not contribute a single barrel to the nation's crude export. But South-east which is oil-producing on account of Imo State got absolutely nothing. Could it also be a coincidence that two out of the ten slots got by the north came from UBA where PMB's Chief of Staff once worked? Where is the equity?

As always canvassed in this column, ultimately, the historic responsibility lies with PMB to foster national unity, give every section of the country a sense of belonging, irrespective of the voting pattern in the last general election. That is the surest way to lobotomize the virus that feeds ethnic entrepreneurs like Kanu. Sure, the easy part is the rendition of Python Dance. But history teaches us that the peace that endures is one rooted in justice.

It is never late for Buhari to begin to act differently.
Apparently buoyed by the "success" of Python Dance in South-East, the Army has already served notice of also enacting Crocodile Smile II in South-South and South-West. Will the killer herdsmen - the acknowledged midnight children of impunity behind the pogrom against defenseless peasants in those territories and elsewhere -  be targeted this time?

 War of words in Rivers

Joseph Mbu - does anyone still remember that grotesque character today? Those who followed political events in Rivers between 2013 and 2015 should. He was the Police Commissioner used relentlessly by then ruling PDP to "persecute" the opposition governor in the Garden City.

But the table has since turned. PDP and APC have traded places.
From the look of things, one Akin Fakorede is the new Mbu giving incumbent Governor Nyesom Wike "hell" on behalf of the current ruling party in Abuja. Not once or twice has the Rivers governor publicly bemoaned the activities of the head of the Special Anti-Robbery (SARS) unit as undermining him. The same way Rotimi Amaechi often complained bitterly against Mbu.

In the bloody election re-runs held so far in Rivers, Wike consistently accused Fakorede and his unit of acting as though they were the armed wing of APC during the exercises.

Things took a rather dramatic turn last week with Wike leveling a weightier charge against Fakorede's SARS. A member of the squad was allegedly killed during a shoot-out with the independent police unit deployed by the Inspector General that foiled a kidnap attempt on one Ifeanyi.

Following the distress call, the IG's special forces swiftly arrived in the nick of time near the Fidelity Bank branch in Port Harcourt where the kidnappers took Ifeanyi at gun-point to withdraw N500,000 cash from ATM as ransom.

Ordinarily, the IG's special unit initiative should be commended as having thus helped rescue a citizen in distress, with the glory being ultimately IG Ibrahim Idris'. But the devil was in the details. By the time gun-fire smoke cleared, it turned out that the bullet-riddled body that lay on the ground was alleged to be that of a SARS operative!

Strangely enough, while addressing the press conference, Wike went further to identify the slain officer as the one who accompanied Fakorede to allegedly tamper with PDP's ballots at the collation centre in the last election re-run in the state. That was enough for him to now conclude that Fakorede and SARS were deployed in Rivers to undermine him and project the state in negative lights by creating a facade of siege and instability.

Interestingly, Wike's claims were dismissed 24 hours later tersely as "nonsensical" by the IG.. The Police PRO in River had earlier declined comment. While not denying that a cop was killed, Idris attributed it to the IPOB upheaval in Port Harcourt that day.

 Curiously however, the IG was silent on the "smoking gun" already in circulation which tended to lend a strand of credulity to Wike's grave allegation as published by The Punch of last Thursday - a "police wireless message" with reference number DTO: 
121030/09/2017 - suggesting how the IG's special unit got involved in the bloody rescue operation.

So, it is now a question of Wike's word against the IG's. But the Nigerian public deserve to know the whole truth given the gravity of the charge. To dispel rumour and restore public confidence, the IG surely needs more explaining to do to us, beyond the scant word already uttered. Where is Ifeanyi? Was a member of the IG unit truly injured during the shootout at Fidelity Bank? By who? If alive, where is/are the suspect(s)?

Besides, no less curious is that it was the local APC branch who started speaking for the police vigorously long before IG was "ambushed" by the press at the Presidential Villa in Abuja for comment on this puzzle. It all looked like a throwback to the absurdity we witnessed when Amaechi was at the receiving end of "federal oppression" only few years ago. Each time Amaechi complained against Mbu's dirty tactics then, PDP's attack dogs were the first to bark - in fact louder than could be expected of the accused.

Now, we are told Wike is after Fakorede only because of the cop's refusal to accept inducement to compromise in Rivers. But who ever believed when similar stories were also told against Amaechi yesterday when Mbu was dealing him unfair tackles?


Having promised "change", let the Rivers APC be told the best way to demonstrate superiority of value is to conduct themselves in a more civilized manner. Taking over the job of police PRO as they seemed to have done here is laughable. Otherwise, they risk being accused of breaking PDP's records in infamy.

AFRIMA 2017 Lagos Partners African Union as Host City

The African Union, Head of Culture, Ms Angela Martin handling the AFRIMA Host City Rights to the Governor of Lagos State,  Governor Akinwunmi Ambode

Following
the African Union (AU) awarding the 2017 Host Country rights of the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) to the Federal Republic of Nigeria, the government and people of Lagos State are now gearing up to welcome thousands of visitors to the 4th annual All Africa Music Awards, AFRIMA holding from November 9 to 12 as the state government partners the African Union Commission, AUC as official host city for the 2017 edition.

IT TAKES A GREAT DEAL OF COURAGE NOT TO BE DISCOURAGED - By Bashorun J.K. Randle, OFR; FCA

When very senior officials of the government took it upon themselves to convene a meeting with a Trustee of the Chief J.K. Randle Memorial Hall [instead of meeting with all the three Trustees] six months after the iconic edifice at Onikan, Lagos was demolished by the government on 24th September 2016 without any prior notice / warning or demolition order, the ringing of alarm bells was inevitable.

STYLE, FASHION, RAZZMATAZZ AND FACES AT THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN NIGERIA BEAUTY PAGEANT AT EKO HOTEL, LAGOS.

Pix: By King Solomon Ekaiyeme

Thursday, 21 September 2017

CANON AND AMERICAN FILM SHOWCASE RETURN TO ABUJA FILM FESTIVAL 2017

Abuja: September, 2017 - The organizers of the 14th Abuja
International Film Festival are pleased to announce a partnership that will see the festival train young Nigerians in the basics of Canon DSLR film making techniques and Photography.

WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO BE A ‘SAN’? KEYAMO shows off new look! Says…

“It takes hard work to be a Senior Advocate of Nigeria.
 FESTUS KEYAMO SAN, FCIArb

PMB, Atiku and illusion of party By Louis Odion, FNGE



Part of the cultural carnage bequeathed by prolonged military rule is rendering the contemporary soldier to be too much of a civilian while the political actor now appears militarized in thinking and behavior. Thus, the language of politics has become corroded by war terms and phrases. 

MY SAN AWARD IS FOR THE SERVICE OF THE WEAK AND DEFENCELESS - FESTUS KEYAMO SAN, FCIArb


For newly honoured Barrister Festus Keyamo, the Senior Advocate of Nigeria title bestowed on him, is an opportunity to serve the weak and defenseless. According to him, “It has been a long and tortuous road, full of thorns and thistles, but to the glory of Almighty God, I have become a Senior Advocate of Nigeria today. In other words, I have reached the pinnacle of my career as a lawyer and as an advocate. But, really, this is the beginning and not the end.

PROUDLY NIGERIA SET FOR MISSION OGUN STATE


From left: Manager, ICT Relations, Proudly Nigeria Campaign, Mr. Peter Nwabuoku; General Manager/Coordinator of the Organisation, Mr. Michael Abugo and the Deputy General Manager, Mr. Ayotunde Ogunbona, during Proudly Nigeria Press Conference on the forthcoming "MISSION OGUN by proudly Nigerian

Worried about the negative perception of Nigeria by the international community, a non-governmental organization, Proudly Nigerian Campaign is working assiduously to change the narratives by embarking on exploiting the country’s productive uniqueness in all positive aspects.

Wednesday, 20 September 2017

BISHOP DR. CHRIS KWAKPOVWE, 'ODM' SEPTEMBER 20TH SPECIAL MIDWEEK PROPHETIC PRAYERS! - NOW TO 174 COUNTRIES





EMPHASIS THIS WEEK: WEEPING MANUFACTURERS MUST    DIE!!!

From Bishop Dr. CHRIS KWAKPOVWE, ODM.

HEAR THIS AGAIN:

"THE ONE CONCERN OF THE DEVIL IS TO KEEP CHRISTIANS FROM PRAYING. HE FEARS NOTHING FROM PRAYERLESS STUDIES, PRAYERLESS WORK AND PRAYERLESS RELIGION. HE LAUGHS AT OUR TOIL, MOCKS AT OUR WISDOM, BUT TREMBLES WHEN WE PRAY"

THIS WEEK'S MIDWEEK PRAYER THEME IS:

Monday, 18 September 2017

GUESS WHO IS READING BISHOP CHRIS KWAKPOVWE’S OUR DAILY MANNA ODM…



It was a chance meeting at a London airport, when Bishop Chris Kwakpovwe who has been on a missionary tour to some cities in Africa, United Kingdom and the USA, ran into former Nigerian President, Retired General  Olusegun Obasanjo, as they prepared to board a flight.

We agreed to her use of her maiden name -Professor Seun Omotayo (Husband of Olympic Gold Medalist)


Olympic gold medalist Chief Falilat Ogunkoya is a track and field athlete known around the world. Repeatedly, she has brought pride to her country Nigeria where at different times, she has won gold, silver or bronze medals for the country.

Heritage Bank, Cross River, Ita Giwa join forces on Climate Change


R-L: Chioma Obiakor, rep of the MD/CEO of Heritage Bank, Ifie Sekibo; Chairman, CRS Carnival Calabar, Gabe Onah; Dep gov of CRS, Prof Ivara Esu and Sen. Florence Ita Giwa, Leader of Seagull Band
Heritage Bank Plc, has aligned forces with Cross River State and Senator Florence Ita Giwa-led Seagull Band to educate the people on Climate Change: A time for Change.

LAGOS SHINES AT COWBELLPEDIA MATHS TV QUIZ SHOW


Lagos State stood out brilliantly, grabbing two more semi-final tickets at the on-going 2017 Cowbellpedia Secondary School Mathematics Television Quiz Show sponsored by Cowbell, the flagship brand from Promasidor Nigeria Limited.

Thursday, 14 September 2017

THE TOAST OF LAGOS STATE - By BASHORUN J.K. RANDLE


MAJEKODUNMI [SPARE ME THE PAIN] 


(At Dinner Hosted By The Association of Lagos Titled Chiefs)



In Commemoration of the 90th Birthday of Chief (Dr.) M.A. Majekodunmi)



At Golden Gate Restaurant, Ikoyi, Lagos

Wednesday, 13 September 2017

BISHOP DR. CHRIS KWAKPOVWE, 'ODM' SEPTEMBER 13TH SPECIAL MIDWEEK PROPHETIC PRAYERS! - NOW TO 174 COUNTRIES

From Bishop Dr. Chris KWAKPOVWE, ODM.

QUOTE OF THE WEEK:

 
"THE ONE CONCERN OF THE DEVIL IS TO KEEP CHRISTIANS FROM PRAYING. HE FEARS NOTHING FROM PRAYERLESS STUDIES, PRAYERLESS WORK AND PRAYERLESS
RELIGION. HE LAUGHS AT OUR TOIL, MOCKS AT OUR WISDOM, BUT HE TREMBLES WHEN WE PRAY." - Samuel Chadwick

RIVERS SECURES THIRD SEMI-FINAL SLOT IN 2017 COWBELLPEDIA MATHS TV QUIZ


Tamunokuro Braide of Graceland International School, Port Harcourt is the third contestant to secure a semi-final slot for Rivers Statein the on-going 2017 Cowbellpedia Secondary Schools Mathematics TV Quiz sponsored by Cowbell, the flagship brand of Promasidor Nigeria Limited.

Monday, 11 September 2017

I go off on holiday, when I do, I go on a cruise

-Tayo Orekoya (Pearl Awards President)


Tayo Orekoya with wife
In November, it will be another grand celebration of Nigeria's blue chip companies and others on the nation's capital market. The Pearl Awards has stood out over time, all of 22 years with an array of board room visioners and at the centre is the President, Tayo Orekoya.

Saturday, 9 September 2017

Ogun Activates Bird Flu Control Measures

The Ogun State government has activated bird flu control measures at a breeder poultry farm, located at Orile-Ilugun in Odeda Local Government Council Area (Ilugun LCDA).

Malami and the hierarchy of hypocrisy

By Louis Odion, FNGE  
The issue with Buhari's anti-graft war is often said not to be the efficacy or otherwise of the tools to apprehend, but largely prosecutorial competence. By various acts of omission and commission, the prosecution is often unable to present a water-tight case to secure conviction.

Minister Warns Against Politicizing Nigeria's Exit From Recession

The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has
warned against the politicization of the country's recent emergence
from recession.

MAN IMPERSONATES LAGOS DEPUTY GOVERNOR, DEFRAUDS VICTIM OF N1M

...Arraigned, Remanded In Custody 

Gov. Ambode
A middle-aged man, Adamu Aminu was on Friday arraigned before an Ebute-Metta Magistrate Court for fraudulently collecting N1million from an unsuspecting victim for a bogus orphanage falsely claimed to be owned by Lagos State Deputy Governor, Dr Idiat Oluranti Adebule.

Nigeria-Ghana Jollof Rice war holds tomorrow at AKWAABA


This year’s edition of African Travel Market will kick off tomorrow at the exhibition hall of the Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos. This is the 13th edition of the fair. More than 20 African countries are expected to participate in the fair.

Friday, 8 September 2017

2017 Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (MBGN): Ekulo Group of Companies Partners Silverbird Group

Ekulo Group, one of Nigeria’s foremost manufacturing and commodity conglomerates is partnering with the Silverbird Group to stage the 2017 edition of the country’s premier beauty pageant, Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (MBGN). 

I THOUGHT I WAS GOING TO BE THE FIRST AFRICAN IN SPACE

– Dr. Newton Jibunoh


Award winning environmentalist and Founder of FADE (Fight Against Desert Encroachment) Dr. Newton Jibunoh is indeed an interviewer’s delight. From the love of the arts to the love of the environment, the erstwhile boardroom guru is all about passion for what he does and for who he has been.

AT PLUS SIZE FASHION WEEK IN LAGOS

By King Solomon Ekhaiyeme

Thursday, 7 September 2017

Tuesday, 5 September 2017

BISHOP DR. CHRIS KWAKPOVWE, 'ODM' SEPTEMBER SPECIAL MIDWEEK PROPHETIC PRAYERS! - NOW TO 174 COUNTRIES


From Bishop Dr. CHRIS KWAKPOVWE, ODM.

QUOTE OF THE WEEK:

"THE ONE CONCERN OF THE DEVIL IS TO KEEP CHRISTIANS FROM PRAYING. HE FEARS NOTHING FROM PRAYERLESS STUDIES, PRAYERLESS WORK AND PRAYERLESS RELIGION. HE LAUGHS AT OUR TOIL, MOCKS AT OUR WISDOM, BUT HE TREMBLES
WHEN WE PRAY." - Samuel Chadwick

Monday, 4 September 2017

WHEN ALAAFIN OF OYO HOSTED WORLD SANGO FESTIVAL

The entire Oyo Kingdom adorned a new look as it hosted this year’s World Sango Festival.
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