A radical Islamist sect published a video Tuesday showing a smiling suicide bomber drive into the offices of a major Nigerian newspaper and blow himself up, an attack that killed at least three people and made journalists a new target of the extremist group. Read more
President Goodluck Jonathan indicated on Saturday his willingness to summon the National Security Adviser, Gen. Owoye Azazi (retd), for linking the Peoples Democratic Party with the spate of bombings in the country.
Also, the PDP in a statement cautioned the NSA to steer clear of political matters, so as to avoid making enemies for Jonathan. Read more
Nollywood Movies, a 24 hours movie channel dedicated to the promotion of Nigeria movies in the UK has released the full list of nominees for the maiden edition of the Nollywood Movies Award.
According to the Director of Nollywood Movies, Alfred Soroh, the awards which is scheduled to hold on the 2nd of June at the Civic Centre in Lagos is to celebrate excellence, outstanding achievements and diversity in the Nigerian movie industry. Read more
Barely 24 hours after explosion and gunshots rocked the old campus of Bayero University, Kano, another explosion has been reported in Jalingo, Taraba state capital.
Reports reaching us say an explosion has gone off in Jalingo, the Taraba State Capital. Read more
In what is becoming a very messy affair, President Goodluck Jonathan, yesterday, took on his National Security Adviser, NSA, General Patrick Azazi, on his comment that the insurgency in the country could be traced to the zoning arrangement of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, declaring that “people need to ask the NSA to explain what he really meant”. Read more
Reports coming in from Kano indicates that a multiple bomb blast has occured at a church inside the campus of Bayero University Kano. Sporadic gunfire was also heard minutes after the blast.
Source according to Premium times said the attack targeted catholic worshippers at the Champlaincy right inside the university. Read more
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Aliko Dangote 1957, Mike Adenuga 1953, Tony Elumelu 1963, Tayo Adenirokun 1955, Fola Adeola 1954, Jimoh Ibrahim 1967, Erastus Akingbola 1951, Cosmas Maduka 1961, Wale Babalakin 1960, Femi Otedola 1967 Read more
The people who count to us are ordinary men who do extra ordinary things for ordinary people.
The people who count to us are the nurses and doctors who render selfless for our well being.
The people who count to us are the dustbin men who clean the street and gutters to give us healthy life. Read more
Here’s an old joke that goes: Good girls say, “No;” bad girls ask, “When?”
It’s the classic dichotomy for the male psyche — madonna vs. whore, Mary Ann vs. Ginger, housewife vs. ho, homebody vs. party girl. Which of the two is better? Read more
A lot of people have voiced concerns over the Sovereign National Conference debate. You are either on the side of those calling for it to be convened or you are on the side of those condemning it. Those that are in support believes it is the only way of saving Nigeria from an eventual collapse, Read more
You could hear a pin drop on the Assembly ground as the principal hollered “Are you deaf? Who ordered the students to boycott their meals? “I did sir” responded Joshua. “Then you must be punished for this. I will make you a scapegoat and teach you a lesson you will never forget.” The principal growled. Read more
The modern world is becoming smaller, highly integrated and technologically more advanced. It is also becoming highly fragmented, less peaceful and unsafe for both present and future generations. Read more