Osun State governor, Rauf Aregbesola has declared that there would not be vacancy in the Osun State government house until he completes his second term in office. To this end, Aregbesola has advised the main opposition parties particularly the Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP) and the Labour Party,
Daily Archives: December 2, 2012
Koko: What are you doing with so many candles? Are you starting a new line…
For Delta State governor, Dr Emmanuel Uduaghan, Nigeria has a bright future despite the challenges facing her at the moment. He also believes that President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration is on course to transform the nation. But the medical doctor-turned politician says that the president needs
Following panic that gripped the banking community as a result of the Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation’s (NDIC) recently released 2011 report on the health of the banking sector, financial experts have allayed fears; saying that Nigerian banks are healthier today than what they used to be in the past.
He is a perfect symbolism of the acclaimed ‘can do’ Nigerian spirit. His life is a testimony of the basic principle of life that with determination, man can achieve anything. His life story embodies the maxim that nothing is impossible for the willing heart. All these virtues, and many more, cooperated together
I am changing course again this week, and this is because the issue I am about to discuss is a matter, if not well handled, has the capacity to make a mess of the rest of us and the democratic path we have chosen as our access to sustainable development. It is an issue that is central to good democratic
Barely one week after the bombing of St. Andrews Protestant Military Church at the Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Jaji, Kaduna State, Chief of Defence Staff (CDS), Admiral Ola Sa’ad Ibrahim, has relieved the College’s Commandant, Air Vice Marshal I. A. Kure,
The miniature frame of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, does not deter him from shooting his arrows in any direction the same way former FCT Minister, Mallam Nasir el Rufai, is regarded in Nigeria.
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A 22-year-old model, who had visited 22 countries, once told me this of Cape Town: “So beautiful…The most beautiful city on earth.” Coming from Sandra Omo, Nigerian-born international model-cum-actress who played the role of a slave girl in the Oscar-nominated TV drama series,