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Daily Archives: December 1, 2012
The ongoing demolition of structures embarked upon by Oyo State government, as part of its beautification exercise, took another dimension yesterday, as government bulldozers demolished Celestial Church of Christ, Onala Parish along Mokola-Sango Road, Ibadan.
Former Vice President, Dr. Alex Ifeanyichukwu Ekwueme, may have enjoyed the glamour that came with his 80th birthday anniversary, but the dust raised over allegation against leadership of the organising committee is trying to be a blight on the event. Frontline politician and three-time governorship
The African orchestra that begins with the light clashing of the cymbals, complied by the beating of the omele, conga and talking drums, the deep melody of the plucked strings of the bass guitar, the soft sound of the piano notes, the harmonic blow of the trumpet and saxophones, followed by the political and
Rattled by two daring attacks on well-fortified security formations in Jaji, Kaduna State and Abuja, the nation’s capital, within 24 hours, the Presidency, through the office of the National Security Adviser (NSA) has launched a discreet investigation into an intelligence report that some of the country’s law
World and Paralympics record holder in powerlifting, Yakubu Adesokan, has revealed that patriotism, not money, has been the secret behind his success. Speaking to Daily Sunsports recently on his journey to stardom, the Ibadan-born gold medallist, who broke and set a new world record by lifting 175kg at the London 2012 Paralympics, reveal the good, the bad and the ugly part of his life.
Ondo State Governor, Dr. Olusegun Mimiko, has submitted that his government would not discriminate against any community, notwithstanding the outcome of the last election in the respective communities. Governor Mimiko further gave assurance that the commitment of his government to the overall well
No one thought it was ever going to happen. Given the stiff-necked positions that the violent religious sect, called Boko Haram, had taken before now, many Nigerians saw nothing other than a prolonged war of attrition between the militant organisation and the Federal Government. When Dr. Reuben
Controversy followed the late Igbo leader, Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu, yesterday, as his much-talked about Will was read in Enugu yesterday, where he named an unknown woman as one of his children. Other shockers were the non-mention of Sylvester Ojukwu, who had dragged the Ojukwu