Subomi Balogun at 83: Indelible imprints in the sands of time
An insight into the life of a rare industrialist, consummate banker, manager of men and materials, in short, the quintessential man of many parts, as he adds another year to his age...
‘We killed, buried victim in shallow grave to conceal our leader’s identity’
It was a sorrowful and tearful scene last weekend when a kidnap gang made shocking confessions on how they killed and buried Mrs. Catherine Okorie Chukwu, a middle-aged mother of a rich Abuja-based industrialist and indigene of Ishiagu community.....
'I went, saw, conquered and i'm back here alive'
The truism of the Nigerian Union of Pensioners (NUP) motto: "Rest is Sweet After Labour," came into practical manifestation recently at the home coming reception party organised by friends...
‘At 90, i still do my exercises’
Life could not be sweeter at 90 than it is for the first African Physiotherapist and father of physiotherapy in Nigeria, Dr. Thompson Abayomi Oshin.
Help safe Bolaji from the jaws of death
But for the Kidney disease that rendered him incapacitated, Bolaji Olarinde would have been going around, ministering with his musical instruments to the weak and possibly winning them over to Christendom.
Lured from Delta and murdered in Niger State
The shiny, sparkly and splendidly bright young lady was gone too soon, allegedly killed on January 28, this year by her Romeo.
Mary At The Mercy Of Paralysis
MARY Nkoko, a 28-year-old indigene of Akwa-Ibom State has been battling with paralysis for over 20 years. According to her mother, Patience Nkoko, Mary’s ordeal started at age eight when she took her home to visit her mother-in-law in Akwa-Ibom State.
Ex-Lagos SSG, Princess Adenrele Adeniran Ogunsanya Gets Owu Title
Many who witnessed the classic turbaning of Princess Adenrele Adeniran Ogunsanya, former Secretary to the Lagos State Government as a chief with the honor of ‘Omowonuade’ title in Owu Kingdom in Abeokuta last week Friday by the Paramount ruler of the Kingdom