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Kiditopia Games will thrill Children on May 27th-Bayo Odusanmi

For 7 years, Children in Lagos have been enjoying loads of fun courtesy of a unique event of fun, games and laughter conceptualized by Bayo “Howie T” Odusami’s Howie T Expression Media formerly Kiss Events. The event which had unfolded at different venues such as The National Theatre, National Stadium, Union Bank Playground, Beko Ransome Kuti Youth Centre usually delight ... Read More »

Court dismisses Obanikoro’s N100m suit

The Federal High Court in Lagos on Monday struck out the N100m fundamental rights enforcement suit filed by a former Minister of State for Defence, Musiliu Obanikoro, against the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission. Obanikoro, his wives, Fati and Moroophat, and his sons, Gbolahon and Babajide, had sued the anti-graft agency for what they termed an unlawful invasion of their ... Read More »

Photos:How Adeleke was buried

First Civilian Governor of Osun State, Senator Isiaka Adeleke was laid to rest today in Ede his homestead amidst tears from many at the ceremony. The corpse was brought to the residence from Ladoke Akintola University Teaching Hospital, Osogbo at about 10:46am, where the Chief Immam of Ede, Alhaji Moshood Akaje performed the funeral prayers at about 11:03 am. Governors ... Read More »

Presidency denies resignition of Abba Kyari & Daura Lawal

The Presidency has described as pure mischief, reports that the chief of Staff to the President, Abba Kyari and Director General of the department of state service( DSS) Lawal Daura have resigned. The Senior Special assistant media to the President, Garba Shehu said the president sent his chief of his staff to China and is expected back in the middle ... Read More »

PDP clears Ebonyi Council Polls

The Peoples Democratic  Party (PDP), yesterday swept the council polls across the 13 local government areas and 171 wards for chairmanship and councillorship elections in Ebonyi State. Declaring the results in Abakaliki, the Chairman of the state Independent Electoral Commission (EBSIEC), Chief Jossy Eze said seven political parties participated in the election which he said was peaceful. He listed the ... Read More »

Ambode to open Editors’ Conference in Lagos

Ngerian Guild of Editors (NGE) has concluded arrangements to hold its Biennial Convention in Ikeja, the Lagos State capital. The Convention, scheduled to hold between April 28 and 30, will take place at the Lagos Airport Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos State. The theme of the convention is: A Nation in Recession: Whither the Nigerian Media? The event, according to Victoria Ibanga, ... Read More »

FA Cup:Chelsea Humbles Spurs at Wembly

Tottenham Hotspurs played well but it was not just good enough to take them to this year’s FA Cup final at they were beats by city rivals Chelsea 2-4. The tension-soaked game between the first  and second placed teams took   off on a frenetic note but it was Chelsea that struck first with a wonderful free-kick curler  by Willian. ... Read More »

Rape Accused South African-based Nigerian Pastor, Tim Omotosho denied bail

Durba  South Africa–based pastor facing a string of sexual assault allegations will remain behind bars for two weeks. Nigerian televangelist Timothy Omotoso appeared in court in Port Elizabeth on Friday following his arrest on Thursday. The 58-year-old faces human trafficking and sexual violence charges. He’s alleged to have molested and raped at least 30 young women who attended his church. ... Read More »

Michael Effiong, Ovation Editor to Moderate Session at #NECLive5

Michael Effiong, Editor, Ovation International Magazine will act as Moderator of one of the sessions at the forth-coming, Nigeria Entertainment Conference, #NECLive5, a gathering of professionals and practitioners in the entertainment industry. Scheduled for Landmark Events Centre, in Lagos, on Wednesday April 26, 2017, the event will have such speakers as Adewale Ayuba, Ali Baba, Alex Okosi, King Wasiu Ayinde ... Read More »

Russia Bans Jehovah Witness, brands it Extremist Group

Russia has banned Jehovah Witnesses after the Supreme Court ruled the Christian sect to be an “extremist” group. “The Supreme Court has ruled to sustain the claim of Russia’s ministry of justice and deem the ‘Administrative Centre of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Russia’ organisation extremist, eliminate it and ban its activity in Russia,” said judge Yuri Ivanenko. “The property of the ... Read More »