She is talented, versatile and hardworking. A woman of many parts, Chika Ike is an actress, model and also an entrepreneur. She began acting at the age of five featuring in stage plays in her local church. In fact, Chika only went professional in 2005 when she landed a role in Sweet Love, a flick produced by Grand Touch Movies.
Daily Archives: November 18, 2012
It was the second and final day of President Goodluck Jonathan’s visit to Jigawa State. And the president had come, had seen and had been dazzled by the dizzying transformation the state has undergone since his last visit; indeed, since the inception of the Governor Sule Lamido Administration in 2007.
Out-of-favour Super Eagles’ striker, Osaze Odemwingie, got the better of his compatriots, John Mikel Obi and Victor Moses by scoring the winning goal as West Brom defeated Chelsea 2-1 at the Hawthorns yesterday. Shane Long sent West Brom on the way to victory as early as the 10th minute,
Nigeria’s Under-17 Coach, Garba Manu, has instructed his players to go for a massive victory in today’s African cadet championship qualifier against Mali slated for the U.J. Esuene Stadium in Calabar. The Golden Eaglets walloped Niger 6-0 and then Guinea 3-0 in their two other home games.
Nigeria is on the verge of another constitution making. The existing 1999 constitution put together by the military government has been criticized by many analysts for not having the necessary inputs from the citizens. The ongoing review of the constitution is the third attempt by the National Assembly since the advent of the
Former Governor of Abia State, Dr. Orji Kalu, has said his clamour for a president of Igbo origin in Nigeria in 2015 is not based on the platform of any political party. Kalu, at different fora in the United States of America, last week, said that to achieve the lofty aim, it has to be beyond the confines of a political party, hence the
He doesn’t need or want a jet. He’s not fixated on having homes around the…
In Anambra state, kidnappers could be ranked among the biggest investors and employers of labour through their filthy lucre of abducting fellow human beings and demanding ransom for their release. Through the illegal business and the huge profit,
National Life President, Afonja Descendant Union (ADU), Alhaji Abdulkarim Olola Kasum, who is a 1965 graduate of Kwame Nkrumah School of Political Science, Wuneta, Ghana, in this interview with LAYI OLANREWAJU, speaks on the reconciliation of Idi Ape community with Senator Bukola Saraki 11 years after