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23 May 2015
IN every situation of life it is good to give thanks to God who is the ultimate authority over everything. Omo Oba Ololade Sowemimo (nee Akitoye) quietly slipped away from this mortal world on Friday May 14, this year.
23 May 2015
IT is a tragedy when one sees a defeated and dejected image regardless of the facade that is put up. Most bitter angry people are just people who have been hurt rather deeply in one way or the other.
23 May 2015
You want a fairytale wedding; the type you see only on Disney Channel. You can’t stop looking at wedding dresses. You want nothing but Vera Wang.
23 May 2015
By Onyedika Agbedo BORN on September 7, 1932, at Odo-Oro Ekiti, Ekiti State, the late Joseph Awogbemi was a renowned Town Planner. His parents were Emily Omopariola Fabunmi Awogbemi (mother) and Emmanuel Adeniyi Awogbemi (father), both of blessed memory.
23 May 2015
When I became a Christian, I asked a lot of questions. I was taught that sex was bad and would make me unfit for God’s service.
23 May 2015
Excitement continued at the weekend in the on-going Nigerian Idol, with the five remaining contestants taking to the stage to perform rave-making contemporary Nigerian hits. They were scheduled to roll on a two-leg solo performance on the night, thus setting the stage for each to put up a serious fight for the multi-million naira top prize in contention.
23 May 2015
ON Sunday March 30, this year, I came across a newspaper report of the funeral service of the late Justice J.P. Oki who was called to eternity recently
23 May 2015
TWO promising lovers, Bode and Anthonia, were busy enjoying themselves at the beautiful Lekki Beach on a Saturday afternoon, but unknown to the lovebirds, danger lurked around the corner.
23 May 2015
Professor Hauwa Imam is the Director, Centre for Gender Security Studies and Youth Advancement, University of Abuja. A celebrated author and poet, she was elevated to professorial chair in Educational Administration recently.
23 May 2015
The festival kicks off on Thursday, June 4 and ends on June 7. “Jimmy is a perfect representation of the open spirit that the festival advocates,” said the festival’s Executive Director, Serge Noukoué.
23 May 2015
IT is confirmed. Ayanda, the South African film from award-winning director Sara Blecher and starring Nigeria’s top actor Okechukwu Chukwudi Ukeje, aka OC Ukeje, screened at the ongoing Cannes Film Market on May 17.
23 May 2015
IT has been confirmed that Tony Okungbowa, former resident Disc Jockey for the Ellen DeGeneres show, will be the official host of the Nigerian version of the Kids Say The Darndest Things reality TV show. Okungbowa was unveiled recently during the shooting of programme at the Ultima Studios, Lekki, Lagos

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