My February 15, 2020 column with the above title attracted more attention than I thought it would. First, readers drew my attention to the omission of Sani Abacha’s name from the list of past heads of state.The omission was inadvertent. … Read the rest
Former runner up of the Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (MBGN) and former Miss Globe Nigeria, Sandra Ogbebor is a year older today.
The ex beauty queen who won Miss Globe Nigeria 2014 was the only African at the Miss … Read the rest
Bamike Olawunmi popularly known as Bam bam, yesterday welcomed a bouncing baby girl with her heartthrob Tope Adenibuyan aka Teddy A.
She took to her Instagram page today to officially welcome her child to the world.
She wrote: “Welcome to … Read the rest
On Wednesday morning, as I contemplated my choice of topic for today, my friend called. This time he was a serious thinker, the complete opposite of the joker image that he almost always presented. He wanted to congratulate me in … Read the rest
“I also came to apologise for failure to protect you fully. We are doing our best to minimise such incidents. You should continue to forgive us” – Mallam Nasir El Rufai, Daily Trust, Thursday, March 2, 2020.
Although it carries … Read the rest
On February 14, Chairman of EMR Group, Omonike Fowowe launched #EMRLoveDay to reward old and new clients of EMR Spaces with customized gifts through a gifting company, ThegiftboxNg.
Fowowe, who is also the chief executive of Emrspaces Limited, expressed joy
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EFCC Chairman, Ibrahim Magu
By the time the acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu, first claimed that the deadly coronavirus disease was caused by corruption, I had long concluded that his dimness was genuine. In 2018, Channels TV host, … Read the rest
Teddy A and Bam Bam
Former Big Brother Naija housemates Teddy A and Bam Bam have welcomed the birth of their first child together. A daughter they named Zendaya.
Teddy A, whose real name is Tope Adenibuyan, today announced the birth of his daughter on … Read the rest
Old habits, they say, die hard. And those habits with taproots deep in culture and ignorance, like the Almajiri system of imparting the Quranic education to the youths, die harder, if at all.
As we can see very clearly, up … Read the rest
Since the novel coronavirus disease began wreaking havoc in China in January, one wish many Nigerians had nursed was that it would not come into Nigeria. But because of the affinity between China and Nigeria, many knew it was a … Read the rest