Monday, March 20, 2017
Saturday, March 18, 2017
popularly known as or , is a Nigerian-born entertainer, she hails from Edo State, Nigeria.TBoss is one of the housemates in Big Brother Naija 2017 television shows. Apart from her seemingly budding love affair Miyonse, Tboss seems to be loved by all and sundry and has even been said to’Biggie’ BB Naija’s favorite.
Friday, March 17, 2017
Friday, March 3, 2017
Thursday, March 2, 2017
THE Police have explained why Peace Corps of Nigeria (PCN) National Commandant Dickson Akoh and 49 others were arrested.
Members of the Corps were arrested in Abuja on Tuesday at their head office by personnel of the police, military and Department of State Services (DSS).
According to the police, those arrested are operating an illegal security outfit.
The police said the arrest was an attempt to halt and rid the country of illegal and unlawful security outfits constituting threat to national security.
Flag of the Corp, the police added, “is in semblance with the flag of Gambia”, adding that its beret was for officers on United Nations (UN) Missions.
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Kefchild just dropped this heartfelt tribute to his late mother olori maria olobayo and for all the great mums that has passed on and still living showering praises on the role of a mother in a childs life, kefchild is set to drop some great new songs in the coming month.
Monday, February 27, 2017
Nigerian singer Simi is under fire from Nigerians for the choice of her outfit during her performance at Big Brother Naija.
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
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Monday, February 20, 2017
Awesome healing power of mum and dad's love: When ex-England footballer Phil Neville's daughter was born severely disabled, doctors wrote her off. Now she's a model
Watching helplessly as her newborn daughter gasped for breath in the hospital incubator, her tiny chest rising and falling in frantic bursts, Julie Neville raised her eyes to the ceiling and prayed.
Little Isabella had been born ten weeks prematurely after suffering a stroke in the womb and was on 95 per cent life support to help her breathe and pump blood to her fragile heart and lungs. Five per cent more and she would have been legally pronounced dead.
Tubes criss-crossed her stomach, carrying life-saving medicine to her organs and limbs. Her tiny eyes were squeezed shut, her fists — no bigger than a fingernail — clenched in pain.
As a neonatal nurse searched for a patch of skin to put yet another line into her daughter’s frail body, Julie turned to her and asked: ‘How on earth do you do this job?’
‘Her reply has stuck with me ever since,’ says Julie. ‘She told me: “I used to work in an adult intensive care ward before I came here. If these babies were adults, they would have given up by now. But babies keep fighting. They never give up.” ’
Thirteen years later, Julie’s baby has proved that nurse right — time and time again.
From those dark early days when they feared the worst and a diagnosis of cerebral palsy when Isabella was 18 months old, she has grown into a happy, confident teenager — an inspiring feat, especially as Julie and her husband Phil, the former Manchester United and England footballer, were told their daughter would never walk, talk or lead a normal life.
Not only can Isabella walk, run, dance and play sports, she has just achieved another dream: to be signed by a top modelling agency.
Thursday, February 16, 2017
Tuesday, February 14, 2017
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ibadan zonal office, on Monday executed the interim order granted by a Federal High Court, Ado-Ekiti, in respect of the property of Teedek Polytechnic, Ilogbo- Ekiti.
The institution was allegedly being operated by Johnson Babalola, a former Principal Manager of the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, without the requisite government approval.
A petition was written against the accused by the National Board for Technical Education, NBTE, in Kaduna, alleging that he was operating the illegal polytechnic.
The board said that the accused had allegedly extorted gullible students, who were not aware of the status of the institution.
The petitioner said some of the students of the polytechnic had earlier reported the institution to the board and the school had been published as an illegal institution in some national dailies.
The petitioner said that the accused failed to stop the fraudulent act and as such continued to fleece innocent students through the polytechnic.
The petitioner said that Mr. Babalola had sometime between the month of August 2013 and March 2015 intended to defraud Adakeja Thomas Olusola at Ilogbo Ekiti within the jurisdiction of the court to the tune of N118,000 having falsely represented that the money was tuition fees.
He allegedly told the victim that money was for the award of National Diploma Certificate by Teedek Polytechnic.
However, the EFCC arrested the suspect and subsequently arraigned him on Monday at a Federal High Court, Ado-Ekiti, before Justice Taiwo Taiwo for operating an illegal polytechnic.
Justice Taiwo after the trial ordered the confiscation of the polytechnic located on Km 4 Ido-Ijero Ekiti Road, Ilogbo Ekiti, Ekiti State.
When contacted, the Zonal Public Relations Officer of the EFCC, Ayo Oyeweso, confirmed the order and confiscation of the property.
“The order of the court is pending the final determination of prosecution of the accused person charged with advance fee fraud and operation of illegal Polytechnic,” he said.