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Monthly Archives: September, 2012
Gospel music sensation, Monique, has sensationally revealed how she kept and guarded jealously her virginity till the night of her marriage.
Elites Model Look search contest will take place this evening at Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos.
Twenty contestants from all walks of life will strut the runway and the lucky contestants in each category will join the final 80 in the prestigious grand finale, which will take place in December in Shanghai, China. The designers for this year’s show are Mango, Sunny Rose, Odion Mimonet, Rabahia, Mimi Lee London, Grey, Dakova, Kool, and Village among others.
The event’s ponsors include Etisalat, Samsung, Moet & Chandon, and Spice TV. This year, the competition will also include a search for the male face of EMLN 2012.
Yippeee! It’s Independence day again. It’s another reason to celebrate and flaunt your stuff. We need to start off by dressing appropriately for the d-day. You should bear in mind that the appearance you are creating is not only about looking f
Former governor of Ekiti State, Ayo Fayose is one man who is not afraid of a fight provided it is in the political arena. He tells anybody who cares to listen that he is ever ready for such political engagements.
The remains of the former Secretary-General of the Nigeria Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA), Dr. Lateef Adegbite were committed to mother earth yesterday in Abeokuta,
Since he beat a tactical withdrawal out of the political scene after his last gubernatorial ambition in his Katsina home state, literally nothing has been heard of the former Speaker of the House of Representatives, Aminu Bello Masari. He kept sealed lip on so many national issues.
Respite seems not to be in sight for Nigerians on the current fuel scarcity that has crippled economic activities in Lagos and other parts of the country. For the past two weeks, residents of Lagos, Ogun and Oyo states have suffered the pains of fuel shortage,
Stephen Keshi is in no mood to suffer fools gladly as preparations for the crucial return leg of the final qualifying game of the 2013 Nations Cup begins in Abuja today.
Qatar Airways flight QTR 592 coming into Lagos from Doha suffered low tyre pressure on Saturday afternoon, which the pilot detected on take-off. The pilot was said to have informed the ground support staff in Lagos to make adequate preparation for an emergency landing and subsequent towing of the airplane, but this was not