They have left lasting impressions with us having found their way into our living rooms through the screen. Yes! They captivated their television audience across the nation with their velvety voices as they read the news
Daily Archives: November 20, 2012
It was all fun and thrills yesterday in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital as the former Lagos State Governor, and the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) leader, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu was conferred with the chieftaincy title of Aare Ago of Egbaland by the Alake of Egbaland
A Federal High Court, sitting in Lafia, the Nasarawa State capital yesterday warned the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) against delaying the alleged N15 billion fraud trial against the immediate past governor of the state
Nigerian-born Newcastle United’s forward, Shola Ameobi, seems to have secured his position in the Super Eagles for the South Africa 2013 Nations Cup, if the glowing commendation showered on him by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) is anything to go by.
President Goodluck Jonathan has said his administration has no reason and intention to cover up any ascertained misdeeds uncovered by various fact finding groups in the extractive industries, especially in the oil and gas industry.
When a lamb is prosecuted in court presided over by hyenas, do you need any further debate that a guilty verdict will be returned? The dominant response to my column last week that supported the partial ban on Okada in 450 roads out of over 9,500
It takes a lot to get Nigerians really, really excited these days. Yet, last week, Tunde Bakare managed to get many Nigerians’ full attention. He did so with an astonishing suggestion: that many of Nigeria’s prominent church men
Tuesday 13th November 2012 will linger for a long time in the memory of all the real lovers of the environment in Nigeria and for all those who have rightly shown their displeasure at the reckless abandon with which multinational
I call Gold/Gold is mute, I call Cloth/Cloth is mute, It is Mankind that matters. Your Excellency, the people won’t easily forget the historic intervention of the Distinguished Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in the controversy that trailed the attempt