Show me an interior without a touch of red décor, designs, accessories or upholsteries, and I will see a lifeless space. Colour red for interior is a design tool that not only gives life to your space...
Ahead of this year’s edition, Organisers of leading pan-Nigerian film industry awards, Best of Nollywood (BON) Awards, have announced that the Kogi State Government, led by Governor Yahaya Bello ...
I really shouldn’t be writing. Because I really shouldn’t find the time with all that’s going on at BHM. But writing is not the only thing I shouldn’t have time for.
It’s palpable, this man’s dogged chase after technology. Just a glance in his direction and you cannot miss what he’s going for. But do you understand it? Like most people, probably not.
Younger fans of the Nigerian Music could be forgiven for not being too familiar with singer Banky W. This is because, in recent years, Mr Capable has successfully diversified into acting...
Before 2015, Amuleya Mathew Iyanuoluwa, popularly known as Blaqboiks, was just a talented upcoming artiste struggling to make ends meet in bars where he served beer to customers and cleaned the floor of the hotel.
He bears same first name with the renowned scientist, Faraday. Although he is not yet a national hero, many who know him believe his recent creation will birth him national honours and international celebrations.
Ahead of the sixth edition of Nigerian Idol music reality show, MultiChoice Nigeria has announced the host and judges for the new season.
School rewards people for their memory. Life rewards people for their creativity, resilience, ability to network and solve problems.
Through their visuals and scripts, some entertainment practitioners have been involved in the fight against terrorism, which continues to bedevil the country. As many more continue to join the fold, one such writer who has been inspired to lend his support through writing is Sani Muhammad Surajudeen. Born and raised in the North, Sani knows…
HeaR this: Before you look for jobs, look for mentoring. When you run after money more than you run after mentoring, you would be poor. The problem of jobless graduates is not joblessness....
This is a personal story. The man stopped me outside the church. He sauntered in my direction, straight backed, squared shoulders, wearing his plush navy-blue senator suit with aplomb. A gold watch peeked from the left cuff.