31 C
Wednesday, September 19, 2018


Nigeria cannot progress without a visionary leader – Saraki

Senate President,  Senator Bukola Saraki on Monday disclosed  that Nigeria is currently  where it is because it lacks good visionary leader, insisting that only...

Special Reports





Arsenal defeat Newscastle with goals from Xhaka and Ozil

There was none of the Newcastle battening down of hatches that has provoked such questioning of the manager and a more expansive kind of...


Organisers announce line-up of events for 2018 MUSON Festival of the...

Activities have been revved up preparatory to a successful 22nd edition of the annual MUSON Festival of the Arts, an event that has continued...




Facebook, Afrinolly partner to launch ‘Naija Storybuilders Bootcamp’

Building on the successful Facebook for Creators training programme in Nigeria, Facebook and Afrinolly today announced the launch of its new 'Naija Storybuilders Bootcamp',...

Experience in stage crucial before film adventure – Ufuoma McDermott

Undoubtedly one of Nollywood’s most admired household name, Ufuoma McDermott’s journey into Nol­lywood began when she held movie buffs spellbound with her delivery in...

Featured Video

Most Popular




Most Popular

Lagos releases 2016/17 academic calendar for primary schools

The Lagos State Ministry of Education has released the academic calendar for its Basic Education sector in the 2016/2017 session. The calendar was released by...

Experts recommend Kegel exercise, good nutrition to tighten loose vagina

The Health and Fitness Pal Exercise Outfit and a nutritionist on Friday advised women to adopt natural vaginal tightening exercise and nutritional intervention instead...

Uganda closes 23 radio stations for ‘promoting witchcraft’

Ugandan authorities have closed 23 radio stations for “promoting witchcraft’’ and trying to con people out of money. The stations’ licencses were suspended after they...

Businesses boom as Calabar carnival climaxes

Business activities on Wednesday reached the peak at the ongoing Calabar Carnival. Investigations by NAN shows that trading activities are booming along major carnival routes in...

Oil edges up, returning supply caps gains

Oil prices edged up on Thursday after two consecutive days of losses, with gains capped by returning supplies from Nigeria and Libya. Brent crude futures...



Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!