Today, she has the great body of a dancer and has earned millions of naira…
Daily Archives: February 3, 2013
Boss of Wale Adenuga Productions (WAP), Wale Adenuga, recently regaled Skoops with tales of the good old days when his publication, Ikebe Super was one of Nigeria’s highest selling and widely read magazine.
AK 47 rifle – N100,000
Beretta pistol – N50,000
Awka pistol – N25,000
WHEN the International Criminal Court made public an arrest warrant last November for Simone Gbagbo, a former first lady of Ivory Coast, on charges of crimes against humanity, it set two precedents. For the first time, it had indicted a woman — and someone who had held no formal public office.
Funmi Adegbola is the chief executive officer, Combined Training Solutions Ltd, a safety firm in UK. For the past five years her company has worked to ensure safety of workers and also propagate safety habits. In this interview, she speaks on level of risk management in Nigeria and the attitude of the informal
Koko: Have you ever heard the story of Obun? Kaka: Obun, is that not the…
Podium International, an organization devoted to showcasing the beauty of Africa to the rest of the world recently honoured Ondo State Governor, Dr. Olusegun Mimiko, Steve Onu (Yaw of Wazobia FM), Ms. Emelda Osuji, Mrs. Abiola Atanda (Madam Kofo) and others at the third edition of its
One of Nigeria’s foremost legal practitioners, Prof. Itsejuwa Sagay (SAN) does not see a happy future for Nigeria with its present crop of leaders. He is worried that government institutions have been turned into personal properties by those elected to guard them.
Those were the words of Anselem Okonkwo Onuh, the Bangkok-based business man who turned his, hitherto obscure village of Ogbodu in Enugu-Ezike, Igbo-Eze North Local Government Area of Enugu State, into a new Nazareth by donating multiple projects to it. His built and donated to his village, fully air conditioned church, Parish house (a duplex), orphanage home,
Business activities along Calabar-Cameroon waterways and the coastal towns are at a lull following persistent attacks on travellers by sea pirates. The pirates kidnap and rob travellers including traders and ship captains. Investigation by Sunday Sun revealed that the sea robbers are mostly former militants between the ages of 20