Super Eagles showed commitment, determination associated with Nigerian teams, says Dimeji Lawal
Former international, Dimeji Lawal believes the Super Eagles are beginning to play the way great Nigerian teams of old were known for...
IMF predicts more gloom for Moscow and former Soviet region
The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday predicted more pain for the Russian economy and gloom around the ex-Soviet region despite positive noises from Moscow that the worst of the crisis might be over.
Alarambara… drama on radio for Sunlight consumers
IN order to meet the demands of its core consumers, Unilever, manufacturers of the Sunlight soap and detergent brand, has packaged its latest gift, Alarambara, for its esteemed consumers.
I-G orders restriction of vehicular movement for Saturday’s elections
The Inspector-General of Police, Mr Suleiman Abba, has ordered restriction of vehicular movement in the 36 states, from 8a.m. to 5p.m. for the governorship and House of Assembly elections on Saturday.
Mimiko urges support for Ondo PDP House of Assembly candidates
GOVERNOR Olusegun Mimiko has pleaded with the people to vote enmasse for candidates of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the forthcoming House of Assembly election to ensure further promotion of peace and effective governance in Ondo State.
Ijaw leaders split over support for kinsman Peterside in guber race
AHEAD of Saturday’s governorship election in Rivers State, the Ijaw National Congress (INC) and Rivers Elders and Leadership Council (RELEC) have endorsed the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate, Dakuku Peterside.
NAWOJ urges support for women during polls
AS the governorship and state House of Assembly elections draw nearer, the Nigerian Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ) yesterday called on women and indeed all Nigerians to support and vote for female candidates in the election.
Crazy legs? Uzo Aduba runs Boston Marathon for cancer funds
THERE’S nothing crazy about Uzo Aduba’s latest endeavour. The actress, who plays Crazy Eyes on “Orange is the New Black,” is preparing to run the Boston Marathon to raise money for cancer research. The April 20 race will be Aduba’s second marathon. Her first, also to support cancer research, was in New York two years…
Japan man who paid for sex with 12,000 women arrested
A former school principal who allegedly paid for sex with 12,000 women while in the Philippines has been arrested in Japan, over claims at least one of them was as young as 13, media reported Wednesday. Yuhei Takashima had meticulously catalogued nearly 150,000 photographs of his exploits over a 27-year period in around 400 separate…