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Has Pastor Chris Oyakhilome Divorced His Wife Anita?

The question whether the founder of Love World Assembly, aka Christ Embassy, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, has divorced his wife, Rev. Anita Oyakhilome, is raging currently in the church with some members going ahead to open a Facebook page they call ‘Where is Rev. Anita Oyakhilome?’ The page administrators who are based in the United Kingdom and are strong members of ... Read More »

Four more girls escape from B’Haram captors

Four  more girls out of the over 200 girls kidnapped   from   the Government   Secondary School, Chibok in Borno State, have escaped from Boko Haram insurgents, the Chairman of Chibok Local Government Area, Mr. Bana Lawan, has said. Lawan, at a one-day stakeholders meeting for validation of draft humanitarian response plan for the abducted girls in Abuja on Wednesday, said that ... Read More »

Boko Haram Strikes Yet Another Village

Boko Haram Islamist sect, yesterday, killed 51 persons and injured 12 others in separate attacks in Borno State. In one of the attacks on Gurmushi village in Marte Local Government Area of Borno State, the terrorists killed 42 persons and set the entire village ablaze, leaving many of the villagers displaced and taking refuge in Cameroon. Marte is a border ... Read More »

It’s bad to abuse the President – Patience Jonathan

Patience Jonathan, whose husband has come under censure from some Nigerians and foreigners over his handling of the kidnap of over 200 schoolgirls by the Boko Haram insurgency among other sundry issues in recent times has asked Nigerians to stop abusing him. Mrs Jonathan said this at a party she hosted for children at the Aso Rock presidential villa on ... Read More »

Children write Jonathan, Boko Haram over Chibok schoolgirls

Nigerian children, yesterday, celebrated this year’s Children’s Day in grief and tears as they embarked on prayers for divine intervention to bring back the over 200 schoolgirls of Chibok, Borno State, who were abducted 44 days ago by Boko Haram terrorists. The children, who held prayer sessions across the states in the country, also wrote two letters: one for Boko ... Read More »

CONFAB Delegate, Emir of Gombe State, Dies in UK

Tragedy struck and sorrow took over the on-going National Conference in Abuja as news filtered in that yet another conference delagate had died. We gathered that this time, the deceased is none other than the. Emir Of Gombe, Dr Shehu Usman Abubakar. It is said the Dr. Shehu who was there at the beginning of the Confab dropped out of ... Read More »


Fashion, high-street couture fashion, colour, glamour and ecclectic style were all on display when widely-acclaimed King of Couture, Adebayo Jones hosted a memorable evening in the heart of London. The spectacular show held to mark his 50th and 30 years on the runway  was attended by his long-time clients, friends, associates and family which  was a statement in organisation and ... Read More »

Ivie Igbinedion’s Birthday Cruise in Greece

Ivie, the second daughter of Esama of Benin Kingdom, Chief Gabriel Igbinedion and Lady Cherry Igbinedion lived it up big time days ago when she hosted friends and family to a top- rate birthday party in Greece Ivie who attened private prep, primary and secondary schools as well as first and Masters degrees in the UK took her party train ... Read More »

Supreme Court Validates Uduaghan’s Election

For the fourth time, the Supreme has revalidated the election of Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan of Delta State, throwing out a  petition of DPP’s Great Ogboru and his lawyer, Dr. Dickson Osuala. While descibing the petition in strong terms as frivolous and an abuse of court process The apex court  awarded N8 million as cost against Dr. Dickson‎ Osuala The N8 ... Read More »


BBC yesterday made a startling revelation  that some of the Chibok school girls would have been safely home by now had the Federal government not called off an exchange deal with the Boko Haram Terrorists at the last minute. BBC’s Will Ross reported that the negotiation on the matter had been going on for a while and it would have ... Read More »