The hall was silent while he talked. He reeled out facts and statistics as though he were a newscaster reading the news, as it scrolled on a teleprompter. His voice see-sawed into the late evening chill; interrupted only by the intermittent burst of bright light occasioned by the sudden change of slide on the screen from the projector. Suddenly, the adage “Courage is the father of success” flashes on the screen.
Daily Archives: November 2, 2012
Going by his tweets on October 31, 2012, sensational musician, Tuface Idibia has just acquired for himself two brand new houses in just one day. According to his tweet, through his twitter handle @TufaceIdibia on October 31, 2012, Tuface said “just bought me 2 haven homes.”
Sunshine Stars’ midfielder, Tamen Medrano, has rated the Nigerian League tougher and more competitive than the Cameroonian League. The Cameroon import, who bagged an award as the Best Foreign Player in the Nigerian League in the im
Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha has declared total war against kidnappers and criminals who still operate in the state. This was even as he assured that the kidnapped permanent secretary in the office
Wada Nas is dead. Long live Wada Nas. The trumpeter of the Sani Abacha regime who saw NADECO in every shadow lurking in the corner, a bomb thrower in every Yoruba man, and who cried wolf where there was none
International Monetary Fund (IMF), yesterday disclosed that 80 per cent of petroleum products consumed in Benin Republic are smuggled from Nigeria. The fund, however, warned Nigeria against expansionary fiscal policies
They are councillors that served in the various councils in Abia State between 1999 and 2002. Today, these persons are sad. Very sad. And they say they can no longer keep quiet. Members of the Association of Elected Councillors
Vice Chairman, Senate Committee on Water Resources, Senator Danladi Abdullahi Sankara, has x-rayed the 2013 budget proposal. He concluded that partial or half-hearted implementation of budgets erodes public confidence
Every four years, Americans elect their President. The event has over the decades become some sort of political carnival which attracts the interests of other parts of the world mainly because of the personalities
No fewer than eight royal crowns and undisclosed amount of money, as well as other valuable assets were on Wednesday evening allegedly carted away by some hoodlums who invaded the palace of Alasa of Ilasa-Ekiti, Ekiti State.