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Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo Reports Being Beaten Unconscious by her sister and nephew as the mother cheered on

Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo Reports Being Beaten Unconscious by her sister and nephew as the mother cheered on

It was a near deadly day in Ibadan at 5.15pm Wednesday September 17th 2014 when International Journalist and Pharmacist Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo was attacked in front of her Agodi residence while in a long running altercation with her sister Ms Funke Olunloyo the Oyo state Special Adviser to the Governor on Education. Olunloyo was earlier pick axed by her sister’s maid Janet ... Read More »

John Legend’s Sexy Wedding Anniversary Photos

John Legend’s Sexy Wedding Anniversary Photos

Sunday marks a year wedding anniversary for sensational singer John Legend and model wife, Chrissy Teigen. We woke to this sizzling sexy photo of the couples as they celebrate their anniversary. The picture shows a topless Chrissy wrapping her arms around her handsome husband as his body covers her bare chest. To celebrate their milestone, the supermodel and chart-topping crooner have ... Read More »

#PAUSIBILITY: WE ALL ARE CRAZY- ADEBAYO COKER.

I had thought to relax my nerves for this week, especially when it is ominous if I don’t. Still in shock after the auto crash that almost took my life on Wednesday night. At about 9pm, right in front of the Women Development Centre (WDC), along Oba Ogunji road, Agege Lagos , a Keke NAPEP tricyclist rode against the traffic ... Read More »

ENUGU STATE IMPEACHMENT SAGA: SOME ANIMALS ARE MORE EQUAL THAN OTHERS- ISAAC OLUYI

ENUGU STATE IMPEACHMENT SAGA: SOME ANIMALS ARE MORE EQUAL THAN OTHERS- ISAAC OLUYI

Nigeria, in recent times, has become a good stage for various dramas. From the comedy of error to the theatre of the absurd, entertaining Nigerians daily. Interestingly however, this same entertainment is becoming very worrisome. It is ominous of a gloomy and bleak future for the nation. From unprincipled defection from one party to the other to the running away ... Read More »

#PAUSIBILITY:  PLAUSIBLE ALIBIS- Adebayo Coker

#PAUSIBILITY: PLAUSIBLE ALIBIS- Adebayo Coker

I must quickly let you know that I have not had a good sleep for several days now, so if I don’t deliver as expected in this particular column, I hope you will understand and still give me kudos for a job well done. The foregoing typifies the mentality of the political leadership in this clime of ours and the ... Read More »

Help Has Arrived  #11LIFESTYLETIPS BY — EVABETA TEGA

Help Has Arrived #11LIFESTYLETIPS BY — EVABETA TEGA

1 HAVE A PLAN ( GOALS ) – Simple. The best way to get things done is to decide you’re going to do it (and then to write it down and tell people about it). So these life improvements you’re about to make? Think of them as goals. Like New Year’s resolutions that don’t happen on New Year’s and actually stick ... Read More »

My Idea Of A Nigerian Revolution – Presley Akhigbe

My Idea Of A Nigerian Revolution – Presley Akhigbe

The Revolution We Need It will be unwise and indeed foolish for any progressive mind to vote for the crop of elements among the two major political parties in Nigeria. The fact remains that only a handful of persons in APC/PDP have credibility and morals. Indeed, maybe less than ten people. Yet these are the same recycled no-do-well politicians that ... Read More »

Pay Sawyer-Ebola Victims Five Million Dollars – Presley Akhigbe

Pay Sawyer-Ebola Victims Five Million Dollars – Presley Akhigbe

The ebola virus imported into Nigeria by the Liberian Patrick Sawyer has caused death to four people, a doctor, two nurses who attended to him at the First Consultants hospital in Lagos and an employee of ECOWAS. Then there is the immeasurable loss of potential financial gains by the hospital resulting from the closure and decontamination of the hospital premises/services, ... Read More »

Inside Politics of Direct Entry (DE) Form In Kano – Salihu Tanko Yakasai

Everyday, we accuse our leaders of corruption, mismanagement, and many other “diseases” killing us as a country. We always put the blame solely on the heads of our leaders, shielding ourselves and other sectors of any blame in destroying it. But in this article, I intend to expose the wickedness and heartless illegality in the sells of DE forms in ... Read More »

APC Has Captured A Lost Generation – Eta Uso Jr

I feel it necessary to bring forward that the Digital Age seems to have done a little more harm than good. Well, at least more harm than good to the lazy mindsets of this generation. How? It is simple. The wealth of information our generation gets exposed to in real-time is so alarming that it has resulted in poverty of ... Read More »

Osun Will Decide – Yemi Olutoye

It is during the election period that you begin to handpick the intellectuals from the food mongers; when we encourage the ‘food for votes’ system, by default we also encourage the ‘embezzle public fund’ process. How else will politicians replenish their loss if not through public funds… Unfortunately, the ones at the receiving end of bad governance are always the ... Read More »

My Thoughts On The #USAfricaSummit – Seife Tadelle Kidane

My Thoughts On The #USAfricaSummit – Seife Tadelle Kidane

Dear All, We witness that for the last one year African Leaders are engaged in different summits: – Africa-Japan Summit, Africa-China Summit, Africa Europe Summit, Africa India summit and at this point in time, USA for Africa-USA summit. With this notice even if all the summits are important from political and socioeconomic point of view but the most important ones ... Read More »

Do You Love Nigeria? – Saleh Shehu Ashaka

Do You Love Nigeria? – Saleh Shehu Ashaka

Someone posed a very interesting question today that really got my wheels of thought whirring: Do you love your country? Are you patriotic? I’m not sure what it is that provoked my train of thoughtful energy to chug and chug, but I really put a lot of chug and chug into this question. After much, consideration…I emphatically announce, “Yes.  I am ... Read More »

#KakandaTemple ~ A Letter to that Nigerian-Palestinian

Dear Friend, Before you accuse me of finding nothing worth praising about you and yours, let me quickly empathise with you, and of course myself, over the killings in Gaza. You, as a humanist, one whose empathy has no border, are a citizen of the world, one of the reasons the earth is still habitable by the sane. It would ... Read More »

How injustice spurs Boko Haram – Ayisha Osori

How injustice spurs Boko Haram – Ayisha Osori

“It is hard to envisage an end to Boko Haram violence while government forces employ violence with impunity.” Zenn & Pearson  With each passing day of horror in Nigeria, as terror on citizens escalates and the body count mounts, it is becoming increasingly clear that injustice and the disregard which characterizes our relationship with rule of law is at the ... Read More »