Long before he joined the Rotary International (in 2005), Dr. Olajide Akeredolu has built a distinguished profile of being a care giver. In fact, giving appears to be engraved in the DNA of the Owo, Ondo State indigene.
Daura Rehab centre: We were maltreated and molested severally, victims allege
Dozens of boys and men housed at a ‘rehabilitation centre’ in Daura, Katsina State, have recounted harrowing experiences of maltreatment and molestation in the hands of those assigned to correct and take care of them at the facility.
World Food Day: Celebrities, Others Rock Ofada Rice Festival In Lagos
The Muri Okunola Park, Victoria Island, Lagos, was the place to be recently, as fun-loving Lagosians converged at the open-air venue for the maiden edition of Ofada rice Festival.
How the rich attract wealth - Part 2
Today, I am starting with the third law of wealth attraction. A huge reason why people aren't able to attract wealth is that they don't understand the purpose of how and why they want to become rich.
Arts meets designs for a blend of luxury
The pedigree of interior designs goes beyond a one-way street space décor, it is a combination of blending elements of visual artworks with custom touches that not only embodies elegance and comfort, but also appeals to your mood and style, whilst depicting your background, history, and ethnicity aesthetically.
Brand empowers students, young acts at mega concert
To commemorate the launch of the Hot 8, a mid-budget series device designed for young Nigerians passionate about entertainment in the interconnected world, Infinix this week held a concert at the University of Lagos.
Everyone should have office space at home
While we all talk about shunning mediocrity and excelling through hard work, people forget that charity begins at home, meaning, the first and last workplace for anyone in the home.
Recognising quintessential correctional officer, Tunde Ladipo
Recently, there was a great gathering of people in the courtyard of the Nigerian Correctional Services, Lagos State Command Headquarters, Alagbon, Ikoyi. The crowd was made up of both officials, serving and retired, various stakeholders, NGOs, representatives of international agencies, family and friends. All came from far and near for the special event that took place there.
Dotun Saseyi… On-air-personality who would have been a soldier
His is one voice most radio audience around the world, especially in the South West of Nigeria can’t resist listening to. Not only for its booming quality that reminds you of Don Cornelius, the famous anchor of the popular American musical show, Soul Train of the 70s and 80s, but also the enlightenment proffered by its highly cerebral and witty owner.
ECOWAS urges adoption of regulations on livestock, pastoralism to tackle insecurity, communal Conflict
Governments of member countries of the Economic Community of West African State (ECOWAS) have been urged to implement regulations on livestock and pastoralism across the region to curb incessant farmers/herders crisis as well as other inter-community conflicts.
To curb Inflation, Shippers’ Councils rally against surcharges by ship owners
After many years of a barrage of surcharges by foreign ship owners hiding under a number of excuses, shippers in the West and Central Africa are now crying out loud over the excesses of the ship owners. They had endured the rip-off for years just to remain in business