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10 Oct 2015
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
19 Sep 2015
MONSURU Akande Lasisi, 41, was recently knocked down by a careless driver around Abule-Egba by Awori Bus Stop in Lagos. He was rushed to a private hospital in the area and spent about three weeks there.
27 Jun 2015
THOUGH kidnapping of innocent people is gradually becoming a recurring decimal in Ekiti State, an ugly incident the government and security agencies are yet to nip in the bud, but the story of the abduction and release of a Catholic Priest, Reverend Father Emmanuel Akingbade, was a classic case of a priest, who refused to compromise…
13 Jun 2015
THIRTEEN-year-old Comfort Obiegba, a Junior Secondary School (JSS3) pupil of Crescent International School, Sango Ota, Ogun State needs N5 million to undergo surgery in India to regain her health. Comfort has a clinical history of swelling of the parietal bone. She has been living in pains due to the problem which started like headache and…
13 Jun 2015
HE is dumb and deaf and often walked up and down along Shagamu Road, Ikorodu until a good Samaritan, Pastor Enahoro Iyoha of Deeper Life Ministry, Bayero, Ikorodu Ogijo area, came to his rescue. “I have seen him parading along that area. Nobody can move near him. I have been having it in mind since…
13 Jun 2015
LIFE, they say, is unfair. Adebola Adesoji’s travails attest to this. Reckless drinking of alcohol has been identified as one of the major causes of kidney disease but Adesoji has never tasted alcohol. Yet he has been fighting hard to free himself from the stranglehold of kidney disease which started in form of malaria and…
5 Jun 2015
THE current craze for instant gratification goes against the grain of successful achievement. Moses spent eighty years preparing for the job that would last forty. That is a two to one ratio of preparation to execution. The greater the goal, the greater the preparation. Much of your life can be spent getting you ready for…
5 Jun 2015
Prof. (Mrs.) Justina Mgbada is the Provost, Federal College of Agriculture, Ishiagu in Ivo Local Government Area of Ebonyi State. A tall and pretty lady, this Professor of Agricultural Extension spoke with NNAMDI AKPA about her person and experiences in life. Background I am Prof. (Mrs.) Justina Mgbada, the Provost, Federal College of Agriculture, Ishiagu.…
18 Apr 2015
DEBO OLADIMEJI on her life and how she moved through the ladder to her current status. THE first African woman to be elected as Vice-President of International Inner Wheel, Mrs. Oluyemisi Alatise says life has taught her not to be lazy and to be kind; to give and not look back.

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