This year’s edition of the Africa Movies Academy Awards (AMAA) is poised to be the most glamorous as the First Lady, Dame Patience Jonathan, Governor Seriake Dickson and MRS Oil boss, Sayyu Dantata supervised Tuesday’s fund raising ceremony in which no less than N300 million was raised.
Daily Archives: April 19, 2013
Size, they say, matters. So, are you considering increasing the size of your manhood? Have you been bombarded by adverts claiming to increase the size of your manhood with as much as three or four inches within three months?
In any human group there are bound to be conflicts and disagreements, more so in a democratic setting where there is freedom of expression.
“He limps till today. It happened in 1993. We were in Junior Secondary School, Form III and we used to play on the surface pipelines because we didn’t know the danger it posed to our lives.
Mothers’ Sunday was marked in my local Church on Sunday. It was a day set aside to remember and honour mothers for their roles in family and the continuity of human race.
Enugu, capital of Enugu was yesterday thrown into panic following the brutal murder of a middleaged man identified as Revd Victor Nnaduagwu. Nnaduagwu, whose church is yet to be identified was believed to have been murdered in the early hours of Thursday.
A housewife, Fatsuma Isa, from Tafawa Balewa Local Government Area of Bauchi State allegedly raped by a commercial motorcycle has died.
For many people, the coming of the rains is generally regarded as a time of blessing and a thing of joy to humans, especially to farmers, as the rainy season announces the commencement of farming activities. But in Adeke, the community housing the Mobile Police Barracks in Makurdi
As the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) yesterday held its last national convention in Lagos to pave way for merger with other parties, Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babatunde Fashola has called on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to play the role of an unbiased umpire in the merger.