There are palpable fears among primary and secondary school teachers in Ogun State over alleged discovery of no fewer than 527 ghosts teachers during an audit exercise. It is not just ghost teachers, there were also allegations of many teachers, particularly in primary and
Daily Archives: November 11, 2012
If you are conversant with Tinsel, the number one TV series, the character, Titi, is one of the most amusing personalities you wouldn’t want to miss. Abiola Segun-Williams, who plays Titi in Tinsel, is quite different from the character, but the only thing they both share is good diction
The Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, Archbishop John Onaiyekan, was recently appointed a cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church by His Holiness, Pope Benedict XVI. As the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) noted in a congratulatory letter to the distinguished cleric, the appointment had duly placed Onaiyekan on the global map of Christendom.
•Hard drugs, alcohol daily diets
•Women display breasts 24/7
•Men gamble, watch x-rated movies all day
Some Super Eagles’ stars were in spectacular form for their various clubs in Europe, with Ahmed Musa and Brown Ideye leading the pack by scoring a brace each to help their clubs record away wins in Russia and Ukraine respectively. Musa opened scoring for CSKA Moscow in the 35th
After eight years of protracted legal battle over who is the authentic national chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) between the founder of the party, Chief Chekwas Okorie and the embattled factional chairman, Chief Victor Umeh, the former quit APGA and formed
Many starry-eyed fans love Kannywood starlet, Maryam Booth. But for the actress, who started her career at the tender age of eight, the man who will win her heart is one who is ready to be her friend.
It is acceptable in our clime today for every Tom, Dick and Harry to begin making comments about the success story of the American presidential election, which was concluded last week. No less is expected from a people dehumanized and traumatized by perennial betrayal of trust by those they find in leadership positions
I came back from a trip abroad where I attended a seminar on security. While browsing through old newspapers to keep abreast of newsworthy happenings in Nigeria in my absence, I stumbled on your tribute to Professor Ayo Mamudu, your late father probably on the twentieth anniversary
It wasn’t about the colour of his skin or a nonsensical thing called state of origin. The kind that makes a female judge not an indigene of her husband’s state of origin. It was all about what Americans could see or feel. It was about promise kept. He said it and did it.