Ejire Aladuke is a must read for all book lovers. From start to finish, there is no dull moment as the writer, Kayode O. Sinmidele Valentine, a consultant Paediatrician and Neonatologist, has the ability to carry his readers along and … Read the rest
Seasoned broadcaster and marketing communications icon Soni Irabor turned 69 today and friends and family all over social media have been celebrating him. For those of us who grew up in the 80s and 90s we are very familiar with … Read the rest
Abdulazeez Mohammed & Fatima Labran
For the family of Chief Labran Ogbeki, it was another season of harvest as their daughter bade farewell to spinsterhood as she tied the nuptial knot with Abdulazeez Mohammed, son of Alhaji Yakubu Mohammed, one of the founders … Read the rest
Burna Boy in 2020 showed no signs of slowing own as he continued to dominate the music scene in Africa.
With the international recognition he has gotten from 2018 till date, Burna boy is now head and shoulders above all … Read the rest
Describing Conor McGregor, the first person to hold titles in two weight divisions at once in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), Arnold Schwarzenegger said the Irish was ‘more than a fighter.’
The legendary actor, retired professional bodybuilder and former Governor … Read the rest
No doubt Ugochukwu John Ogu is our social Nigerian footballer of the year. Before coronavirus, the 32-year-old Super Eagles player was no stranger to partying in the city of Lagos. Apart from partying with fellow Nigerians, he never shies away … Read the rest
Amos Sewanu Omotade-Sparks popularly known as Daddy Inks is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the World’s First Charitable Trust DAO called Inksnation.
According to the 35 year-old, it is a Cryptocurrency that uses Pinkoin as its currency that … Read the rest
Omashola, Ifu Ennada
As far as fashion is concerned, Omashola Kola Oburoh and Ifu Ennada made history on the 14th of March 2020. The BBNaija stars shocked fans and colleagues with their AMVCA 2020 outfits. Initially, some Nigerians, saw it as “awkward” … Read the rest