Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Come and attend the Close Up Concert and see many of naija's finest muscians like 2face, Omawunmi, DJ Jimmy Jatt, Ice Prince and a host of others perform live.
It is TOTALLY FREE !
Former England striker Michael Owen has joined Stoke City on a free transfer, subject to Premier League Board approval, the club announced Tuesday.
Owen, who made his name at Liverpool before joining Real Madrid, has signed a one-year deal following his release from Stoke’s Premier League rivals Manchester United at the end of last season.
He has enjoyed an impressive career, scoring 221 goals in 473 appearances.
But the 32-year-old’s career has been blighted by a series of injury problems and he has started just one Premier League match in the last two seasons.
It is definitely not a good time for motorcycle transport business operators popularly known as Okada riders in the country. Less than two days after the Lagos State operators of the business dragged the government to court over unfavourable traffic laws, their Delta State counterparts have been given September ending ultimatum to stop the running of Okada business in the state.
This was made known by the Delta State Governor, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan, who, on Tuesday, announced the ban of commercial motorcycles otherwise known as Okada in Asaba, the state capital and other major cities, with effect from this month.
A 24-Year-Old Nigerian Undergraduate and also a Physics student, Mubarak Muhammed Abdullahi, spent eight months building the yellow model seen in the picture.
The enterprising young man was said to have used the money he made from repairing cell
phones and computers to build this working helicopter. He also sourced some of the parts to build the helicopter from a crashed 747 plane.
Popular rap icon, Nicki Minaj has claimed that she is a virgin(hmmmm).
She says ” I never gave up my box, I put that on my life”
“Yes, and I encourage all my young Barbies to do the same. I just don’t have time.”
Do You Really Believe Her?
Former house of representatives member, Dino Melaye, led protesters in Abuja today to express disapproval of the planned introduction N5000 by the governor of the Central bank of Nigeria, Lamido Sanusi. The protesters mobilized online under the banner of #OccupyCBN.
Protesters braved early morning showers to make a strong presence at the Central Bank of Nigeria headquarters in Abuja.
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