For models who think beauty pageants in this part of the world have become overrated and cheapened, the Face of Peace Africa Pageant promises more for females aspiring to hit it big.
Daily Archives: October 1, 2012
Unknown to many music lovers, the breakup of one of the most loved singing duo, D’banj and Don Jazzy, owners of Mo’Hits, which has in its control, Mo’Hits Records and Koko Holdings, has sprang up two different music caucuses in the industry.
Former governor of Abia State, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu has declared that it is an insult for anyone to say an Igbo man cannot be president in 2015, warning that Nigeria will continue to wobble on her journey to nationhood and socio-economic development unless a president of Igbo extraction is realized.
A gang of dare-devil robbers last weekend, engaged men of Idimu Police Command in four hours of midnight gun duel in an attempt to rob a top Nigerian Breweries distributor at Unity Estate, along Egbeda
Former Minister of Health, Prof. ABC Nwosu is of the opinion that Nigeria has not made the desired progress in her 52 years of Independence. He relived, with sadness the old good days when quality education was available for the rich and poor. He gave reasons for the descent and why the slide may continue.
‘Chairman’ Christian Chukwu, MFR: Yes, people use juju in football, but there is nothing like juju in football
He captained Nigeria to her first African Cup of Nations way back in 1980 bringing the country’s long and tortuous campaign for the trophy to a glorious end. And there was a rapture of joy in the land. And an appreciative nation showered cash,
Four people were killed in Maiduguri at a wedding ceremony over the weekend in Maiduguri by gunmen suspected to be Boko Haram. Daily Sun gathered that the gunmen whose number could not be ascertained, stormed the residence where the wedding was taking place behind the
As Nigeria’s fuel supply situation continue to degenerate with every passing day, the Centre for Public policy Alternatives (CPPA) has warned of an imminent protest by citizens if managers of the industry failed to step up efforts to reform the distribution mechanism of petroleum products and ensure consumers get full benefit of being citizens of a major crude oil producing nation.
The Labour Party (LP) in Ondo State, yesterday said its had uncovered plans by the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) to buy the peoples votes by doling out money to the electorate to win the