Ajah, the hotbed of communal crisis for years, may not have peace in days to come as Ilaje youths, who were brutally attacked on Wednesday by Ajah indigenes, have vowed to avenge the death of their people.
Daily Archives: December 2, 2012
Four men in Alimosho area of Lagos State are critically ill in a private hospital following an acid bath allegedly by a commercial tricycle operator. The victims, Jamiu Akogun, Wasiu Ismail, Basiru and another yet-to-be-identified man said the suspect (name withheld) attached to the Command unit of
Mr Ayodele Adigun was the Secretary to the Oyo State Government under the administration of Rashidi Ladoja against whom he ran for the state governorship in 2003. The former governorship aspirant recently defected from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to Ladoja –led Accord Party.
The controversy trailing the Will of late Biafran leader, Odumegwu Ojukwu continued yesterday with Emeka Jnr who was read as the first son describing the document as fake. He dismissed the Will presented by Barr Emeka Onyemelukwe, contesting that he is a private counsel to Ambassador Bianca
In the face of lingering Boko Haram attacks on Nigerians, especially on Christian Churches in some parts of Northern Nigeria, three eminent world figures, former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, the Archbishop-designate of Canterbury, Bishop Justin Welby and His Royal Highness,
Cynthia Okpala came into the limelight through the MTV VJ Search held in 2007. Now after five exciting years, the amiable lady has gotten to the end of her reign as MTV Video Jockey.