Daily Archives: October 7, 2012

Politics LP-Mimiko-akeredolu

By the zero hour of Friday, 19th day of this month, the tenure of Governor Rahamon Olusegun Mimiko of Ondo State shall officially come to an end and his job will be up for grabs. Of all the 12 candidates cleared by the Independent National Electoral Commission

South-West Magazine Timothy Uzodinma Nwala

He is what a leading Nigerian once described as a professor of professors, an intellectual with an extraordinary thought process and wide knowledge in the systematic examination of basic concepts like truth, existence, reality, causality, and freedom-philosophy.

Editorial school massacre

Nigeria suffered its worst Independence Day tragedy ever last Monday as gunmen stormed hostels of three higher institutions in Mubi, Adamawa State, and killed about 48 students.

National Police-lag-Ngozi Conchita Braide

Imagine a million-man gang storming a community for robbery operation! It definitely is hell on earth. But this is what makes Lagos tick, or Lagosians jittery, as a new set of robbers known as ‘One Million Boys’ have laid siege to parts of the state, causing havoc and sleeplessness.

Trending bulge

People on the big side have one common problem – they cannot go easily with every fashion trend. The main factor is a bulging tummy. But then you’ve got nothing to be ashamed of because you can still be stylish and flaunt your fashion sense if you know how to hide your tummy.

Sports Keshi

Nigeria’s Coach, Stephen Keshi, has named Godfrey Oboabona and six others from the NPL for next weekend’s AFCON qualifier against Liberia. The other players who made the final list were Chigozie Agbim of Warri Wolves and his teammate,

National Governor Ibikunle Amosun of Ogun State

It was a tragic end for 20 commutters in Abeokuta, Ogun State capital, as they died in an auto crash at the Abeokuta- Siun-Sagamu Expressway. The accident involved a Hiace bus belonging to a popular transport company in the state capital and an articulated lorry.

National quintuplets

It was a grey and wet morning. It had been drizzling and ominous dark clouds hung on the horizon threatening to unleash a deluge. I kept praying and hoping against hope that Mother Nature would hold back its watery fury until I made it to the home of the Ezeonos’ located in Irepodun Estate, Igando, Lagos.

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