With his emergence as the winner of the October 20, 2012 governorship election, Mimiko becomes the first person to win a re-election in the state.
Daily Archives: October 21, 2012
The ACN, in a statement signed by its National Chairman, Chief Bisi Akande, said the party managed to perform brilliantly in the election in spite of many challenges, glaring lapses in the system and institutional inefficiency
Aside that lives, homelands and property worth billions of naira have been washed away in the flooding that ravaged many parts of the country, there is rife fear of imminent hunger across the nation if something was not done promptly to salvage the situation.
Following the Super Eagles’ qualification for next year’s CAF Nations Cup billed for South Africa in January/February, the 1st Vice President of Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Chief Mike Umeh, who also doubles as chairman of Anambra State Football Association,
When sensational soul singer, Asa, sings in one of her popular tracks that “one day the river will overflow and there will be nowhere for us to go”, little did Afro pop diva, Faith Nwaumo-Eke aka Muma G know that the song will turn-out
It was tears and sorrow yesterday as 12 bodies of passengers inside a coaster bus that plunged into Omu River near Area J4 in Ijebu East Local Government Area of Ogun State. The victims, mostly women, were said to have belonged to Odowuyi Women Social Club.
If you have been working from day to day, back to back and round the year, it is important you take some time off to relax, de-stress, unwind and clean up. Sunday Sun took a quick trip recently to Abuja to find out the latest Spa trend,
Clash the cymbal. Blow the trumpet. Hoot your horn. Tell it in the streets. Proclaim it in kingdoms and palaces. Broadcast it in the hills. Declare it on the mountains. Publicize it on the plateaus and plains. Say it wherever you get the cosmic rays of the sun, and feel the cool,
The Presidency may have ordered a probe of the level of implementation of the National Assembly’s N60 billion constituency projects in this year’s budget. The move might be a veiled counter by the executive to persistent allegations by the National Assembly that the former had done little to implement the 2012 capital vote.