Norwegian-based Nigerian midfielder, Fengur Ogude, has boasted that Super Eagles have the quality to withstand any competition from star-studded countries such as Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire or the defending champion, Zambia, parading the best players in the world, emphasising that they should rather be afraid of the Eagles.
Monthly Archives: December, 2012
Five people including a policeman and suspected Boko Haram members died at the weekend during a clash between the military Joint Task Force (JTF) and the Islamist sect near Potiskum in Yobe State. JTF spokesman in Yobe, Lt. Eli Lazarus said the task force conducted a ‘cordon and search’ in Yindiski area in Potiskum, at about
In his interview by Eric Osagie and Paulinus Aidoghie published in the Saturday Sun as a cover story on December 22, the former Head of State now chairman of the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC), Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, made some comments on Decree No. 4 of 1984 on which one can neither be indifferent nor silent.
Ember Creeks, Ikoyi, Lagos recently played host to actress and super model, Princess Chineke. Tagged: A Nite With The Supermodels, the ocassion marked the 10th anniversary of Chineke in showbiz. It was a fun-filled night as upcoming artiste,
No fewer than 20 people suspected to be members of the National Union of Roads Transports Workers (NURTW) in Ondo State were yesterday injured in a free for all between the two factions of the union in an attempt to unseat the state executive, led by Obayoriade Olajutele
It has become customary of President Goodluck Jonathan to reel out promises almost at the drop of the hat. There is nothing wrong with making promises. But the urgent burden of national expectations demands that any promise made should be well thought through.
President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, has said that the recent comment of Bukar Abba Ibrahim that the reason for the action of the Boko Haram sect is inequality, neglect and injustice, is overly reckless, irresponsible and insensitive.
Wife of the Oyo State Governor, Mrs Florence Ajimobi, has reaffirmed the commitment of the administration towards ensuring that women are well catered for and do not suffer hunger. Mrs Ajimobi said this yesterday during the distribution of raw food items to over 500 market
The Anglican Bishop of Afikpo Diocese Rt. Rev. Paul Udogu, has warned Nigerian leaders not to allow what happened in the Arab world to take place in Nigeria, just as he blamed them for all the socio-economic problems the country is currently passing through.
The people of Ihiala will on December 31 honour former vice president, Alex Ekwueme and Governor Peter Obi for their contributions to the development of the town. The honour will be the climax of the one-week celebration of the biennial Ihiala Day, according to the President General of the Ihiala Progressive Union (IPU), Mr Vin Ifeanyi