The foundation of a good make-up starts from the eyes. Once you get it right, you are on the right track to a perfect finish, explains celebrity make-up artist Jennifer Anyanwu of facecraft.
Daily Archives: October 26, 2012
President Goodluck Jonathan has charged the Muslim faithful in particular and Nigerians in general to remember the plight of the many thousands of compatriots who have been displaced by the floods, which recently devastated many communities across the nation.
Speaker, Benue State House of Assembly, Hon. David Iorhemba has raised alarm over what he described as the incessant killing of his people by Fulani herdsmen. Iorhemba who represents Guma State Constituency in the Assembly,
Peoples’ lack of access to adequate health care service is my driving force- Dr Anyanrouh, US-based medical doctor
Creativity, they say is the mother of invention. But for Dr Steve Ayanruoh, a United States-based Nigerian doctor, lack of adequate health care facility in Nigeria has motivated him into a new invention, in the medical field.
A new 30-minute programme on Nollywood artistes, St. Lauren Nollywood Buzz, has hit the Nigerian airwaves and will be anchored by the popular On Air Personality (OAP) Bukky Babalola.
Prominent Muslim clerics under the auspices of the Council of Ulamas of Nigeria (CUN), who are part of Federal Government delegation to this year’s hajj, yesterday held a special prayer at Mount Arafat for the continued peaceful co-existence of Nigeria.
Former Golden Eaglets’ coach, Henry Nwosu, said Super Eagles had nothing to fear over their 2013 AFCON group opponents. The Africa Cup of Nations draw held in Durban, South Africa on Wednesday by CAF
Special Adviser to the President on Political Affairs, Ahmed Ali Gulak, has said the budget standoff between the Presidency and the National Assembly may not be unconnected to the 2015 presidency.
By CHRISTINE ONWUACHUMBA
It looks like a showroom of an interior décor, complete with super comfortable couches and impressive artworks .A customer gets up to leave, gloriously impressed by the treatment and beauty lecture she has just received.
Former governor of Abia State, Chief Orji Uzor Kalu has said that there is need to elect an Igbo man as president in 2015 if the country must make progress, just as he dispelled insinuation that he scuttled Dr. Alex Ekwueme’s presidential ambition in 1999.