One year after his father died and the mourning clothes removed at his country home in Nnewi, Anambra State, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu (Jr) has opened up to the media about his family and late father, Ikemba Nnewi, who died on November 26, 2011, in a London hospital after a brief illness.
Daily Archives: December 2, 2012
Actress Bisi Ibidapo-Obe has given birth to a baby girl. The popular Yoruba actress was delivered of the baby at Reddingthon Hospital, Lagos, on Friday. The baby’s birth adds a new twist to the controversy surrounding Bisi’s pregnancy and an alleged love affair between her and Honourable
Country Director, AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), Dr. Salami Olawale, has said that about 300,000 Nigerians have been infected with HIV since beginning of the outgoing year.
Navigating your way through Lagos on a normal day is no mean task. It has its own challenges. In fact, it is an adventure that brings a lot of difficulties. As one of the fastest growing cities of the world, neck-breaking traffic logjams are a common phenomenon. From Ikorodu to Badagry, Iyana-Ipaja to
How Nigerian can achieve greatness, through ict – Dr. Charles Iheagwara, ICT guru making waves in US
Dr. Charles Iheagwara is the founder of Unatek, Inc., a US government Information Technology contractor located in Bethesda, Maryland. He is also the founder of Intruiononline Inc., a Cyber security online media and analyst service firm. He has held different career positions at KPMG,
Even the most puritanical of pastors admit that men of God are not immune against temptations, especially temptations from the two Ws and M-wine, women and money. But there is no consensus on the degrees to which these tempters easily beset them.
For many years fashionista Omoyemi Akerele had been pondering the dearth of fashion designers in Nigeria. From her musings, she realized that the issue was not the dearth of designers, but limited platforms through which designers could showcase their works.
Writing about the characteristics of powerful men in a September 22, 2010 article, contributed to The Mankind Project Journal, tilted Characteristics of powerful men, Steve Norcross, an Episcopal priest, recalled the morbid fear he used to have for powerful men and men of power as a kid.
Barely 48 hours after reading the long-awaited Will left by the late Igbo leader, Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu, his disinherited first son, Sylvester, has said he is worth more than the assets mentioned in his father’s Will. But Sylvester, who said he is worth over N3 billion, doubted the
Tragedy was on Friday, averted at the venue of dambe (The Hockey Pitch of the National Stadium) event at the ongoing 18th National Sports Festival (NSF), when Yusuf Mohammed, otherwise called Dogo Awuta, after winning his battle against his opponent from Kebbi State, Habu Shagom Hago,