Opening my email I saw this forwarded mail titled â€œWhy I hate home videosâ€ and I was immediately drawn to it. After reading the mail I decided to lend my voice to what the writer has observed. For each point raised I have made my response in blue colour.
Press release 02/2009 Vice President of Nigeria Goodluck Jonathan will visit Finland on 14-15 May. Vice President Jonathan will be accompanied by ministers and governors representing various states of Nigeria, and an extensive business delegation. The purpose of the visit is to promote trade relations between Finland and Nigeria and establish contacts between companies. Other […]
â€œThe people who are trying to make this world worse are not taking a day off â€¦.how can I? Light up the darkness!â€ – Bob MarleyÂ Most people in the Arts, or more specifically, theater and acting world will knowÂ what the
I have watched and heard a lot about the recommendations of the police reform committee chaired by M D Yusuf.Â I also watched a programme on AIT (Focus Nigeria) on the 21st April 2009 were the chairman of the police service commission (Parry Osayande) was featured.
A few days ago, the Nobel Laureate, Dr James Watson, made a remark that is now generating worldwide uproar, especially among the blacks.
The Pentecostal faith in Nigeria is a veritable goldmine, judging by the opulence of most of its pastors. The church that hang his existence on miracle, speaking in tongues, profit oriented and prosperity messages is rapidly eating deep in the heart of Africa and Nigeria
UNLIKE some parts of Nigeria, there are two major problems (among many) that hinder socioeconomic development in the southeast region of Nigeria.
Can Nigeria, the so-called â€œgiant of Africaâ€, live up to its claim of being the biggest democracy in the black world? Not if its latest state governorship election is anything to go by, argue some in Africaâ€™s most populous nation.
Sometimes an event, scarcely noticed, never captured for YouTube, can ripple through a nation’s consciousness. So it was on Saturday, 29 December, 2008, at Murtala Muhammed Airport in Lagos, Nigeria with the unexpected arrival of the anti-corruption crusader Nuhu Ribadu.
I received the news of withdrawal of Andy Ubaâ€™s case against Governor Peter Obi of Anambra State at the Supreme Court with mixed feeling.