Excitement filled the air on Tuesday, in Onitsha as Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie, stormed a meeting of the Democratic People’s Congress, DPC to assert his readiness to contest the election on the platform of the party. Edochie who stormed the meeting at 1.30 pm was accompanied by another popular Nollywood actor, Chief Okwudili Oguegbu, who is also serving as his campaign manager.
Wednesday, 16 August 2017
Saturday, 12 August 2017
Media spokesperson of Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti state, Lere Olayinka has called out the APC for being hypocritical and has accused Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila of allegedly being convicted for stealing $25,000 from a client when he was practising law in the United States.
In a statement titled "Ibori's appointment into PDP Convention Committee and APC hypocrisy", Olayinka wrote;
A FORMER President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo has said that his decision to suddenly retire 93 officers in a day ensured that the Nigeria Army was rid of officers capable of staging coup d’état, saying the action is responsible for the survival of the Fourth Republic.
He also said that even though the measure was not ideal, it was the only option at that time that was capable of making the military a truly professional institution. Obasanjo Obasanjo, who said this in a book he co-authored with three other people entitled: Making Africa Work, explained that he specifically retired officers, who had either participated in coups or enjoyed the benefits of coups.
A TEENAGER was rejected for a job because her potential employer realised she was engaged to a black man after looking on her Facebook page.
Chiara Del Gaudio, 18, from Turin, had been looking for a job and was shocked when a shopkeeper contacted her on social media to comment on her fiance, who comes from Nigeria.
The teenager posted a series of screenshots of their conversation, where he said the serial killer the Monster of Florence would be a more suitable boyfriend.
Today, 12th of August, 2017, makes it exactly 28 year since the exit of Nigeria’s first football martyr, Samuel Sochukwuma Okwaraji.
The sad event occurred on a tension-soaked Saturday, 12th August, 1989, during a make or mar Italia 1990 World Cup qualifier match, between the Green Eagles and the boastful Angolan side.
we recalls that the pulsating encounter was held at the now pathetic and rickety National Stadium, in Surulere, Lagos.
Friday, 11 August 2017
Former governor of Delta State, Chief James Ibori was listed as member of the national convention planning committee for tomorrow’s special convention of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), EYES OF LAGOS findings have revealed.
Ibori, who was recently released after serving a four-year jail term in a British prison was listed as No 41 in the main organizing committee of the party.
Ever heard the saying “if one wants something, he’ll find a way”? Well that aptly summarizes the inspirational grass-to-grace story of John Paul Mwirigi, who just broke Kenya’s record for the youngest elected member of parliament. He is yet to turn 24.
18-year old Howard University graduate Nkechi Chidi-Ogbolu today presented her college diary to Gov Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai and Deputy Governor, Barnabas Yusuf Bala. Nkechi, author of Tales of an Uber Minor in College, said she is presenting to Governor El-Rufai because of his commitment to Education.
She informed the governor that she will commence her doctorate in Biomedical Engineering at the University of California next month.
Malam El-Rufai commended her for making Nigeria proud, noting that we must all do more to promote the education of the girl-child.
Imoh Moshood, police public relations officer (PPRO), says the collapse of Charly Boy at the protest demanding that President Muhammadu Buhari either resume office or resign was “over dramatisation”.
Moshood said this in an interview on Sunrise Daily, a Channels TV programme, on Thursday.
The police spokesman said when Charly Boy spotted the camera, he then fell down.
He said the police intervened in the protest because they “noticed a mix-up of miscreants and hoodlums”.