Ahead of the PDP governorship primary fixed for next Saturday, the party’s screening committee led by Senator Ndoma Egba yesterday screened 16 of the aspirants that picked the party Expression of Interest and Nomination forms.
Ex-Minister of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Ms Ama Pepple, has explained why President Goodluck Jonathan removed her as minister in September, 2013. The former Head of Service of the Federation, was removed at the time eight other ministers nominated by governors and others opposed to President Jonathan were removed from office.
His name may not be ringing bell in Nigeria, but Prince Saviour Ichie, managing director, Bright Future Enterprises Limited, the producer of the popular Authentic Herbal cream, has one ambition, to hit it big and compete with the Dangotes of this world. Ichie is one of those who believe that determination, focus and perseverance is the key to success, not only in business but also in life.
More reactions have continued to trail Coach Stephen Keshi’s recent remark that Villarreal of Spain striker, Ike Uche, has no place in Nigeria’s squad to the World Cup in Brazil. Ex-international, Friday Ekpo, and popular Nollywood actor, Osita Iheme, known as PawPaw, in separate chats with Saturday Sunsports,
Don’t blame the girls for swooning all over him. He is tall, handsome and well built. And above all, he is popular and comfortable. Born in Lagos, Nollywood star, Fredrick Leonard, who hails from Anambra State, describes himself as fun loving. In this exclusive interview with The Entertainer, the graduate of Biochemistry opens up on sundry issues. Excerpts:
Concern Felicia Martins is benevolent to the letter. Founder of Society for the Safety of the Insane and the Destitute (SO-SAID), she has been carrying the cross of the down-trodden for over a decade. At the beginning of the journey, she was made an object of derision. Her husband threw her out for eight months after several
Making Nigeria’s Centenary Queen was not a tea-party. A lot of efforts went into it as expressed in this interview by Nigeria’s first Centenary Queen who is aptly named Queen Uba. The uniqueness of this version is that, until the next 100 years, there will be no other Centenary Queen, and none
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I was born on International Women’s Day, yes March 8, some years ago. And no, I’m not doing any age declaration. I assure you that I’m still young, very young. So, it’s another March 8 and women groups all over the world will be talking about women i[...]
My intention for today was to allow the Peoples Parliament to sit and discuss the rightness of a highly placed public officer abdicating his cardinal responsibility to publicly express his frustration and to raise his hands in surrender. That is the [...]
My fellow compatriots, It is with heavy and disconsolate heart that I write this letter to you. I chose this channel to reach you, because of the perilous times in which we live and for the urgency of the message. I have followed very closely your[...]
On stage, he was dazzling his audience like a rock star, except that he is not. With rapt attention, they listened to him as he told his inspiring story: how at 34, he had climbed the corporate ladder as the youngest Nigerian CEO of a bank. How[...]
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