Miss Kanekalon: A journey of an African Queen

Beauty pageants have for many years been opening doors for young and talented ladies all over the world. As the world of pageants decline in relevance especially in Nigeria, one pageant, Miss Kanekalon, is bucking the trend; by striving to show Africa and the world what African beauty really is by impacting on young ladies across West Africa. The pageant is hair industry specific, looks for

Admission is open to HND/3rd class graduates into Pre-Master this June 2017 at University of Dundee!

Study at the University of Dundee, NO1 Scottish University of the Year 2016/2017 with 3rd class or HND for your Pre-master for two terms this June. Following this you will have the opportunity to pursue Master courses starting in September 2017 in International Oil and Gas Management, Petroleum Taxation and Finance, Oil and Gas Law and Policy, Energy Law and Policy, Energy Studies (with

Fayemi, a bad loser seeking power through backdoor – Ekiti PDP

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ekiti State has described former governor of the State and Minister of Mines and Steel Development, Dr Kayode Fayemi as a bad loser and day-dreamer, who always seeking power through the backdoor, saying; “This time around, he will never achieve his diabolical plot of perverting the will of the Ekiti people, which was clearly and unequivocally expressed in

Portrait of late Gay British singer, George Micheal sold for $580k

A portrait of late Gay British singer, George Micheal by artist Damien Hirst has been sold for $ 580,000 at an auction organised by his former partner, Kenny Goss. The painting called ‘Beautiful Beautiful George Michael’ which was created with household gloss on canvas was sold at the Dallas Contemporary art museum in Dallas, Texas on Friday night. According to reports, the money raised from

Witness tells court how AIT boss, Raymond Dokpesi reportedly received over N2.1bn from Dasuki

A prosecution witness in the trial of Raymond Dokpesi, former Chairman of DAAR Communications Plc, today told Justice John Tsoho of the Federal High Court sitting in Abuja how over N2.1billion was credited into the account of DAAR Communications and Holdings Plc by the Office of National Security Adviser, ONSA, under Col. Sambo Dasuki (retd). Dokpesi is being prosecuted by the Economic and

Anthony Joshua reveals how discipline was instilled in him through beatings at a boarding school in Nigeria

British boxing champion of Nigerian ancestry, Anthony Joshua, claims that the beatings he received when he attended a boarding school in Nigeria, instilled discipline and toughness in him from an early age. The IBF heavyweight champion and his mother Yeta, were in Nigeria for six months when he was 11-year-old, before returning back to the UK. “I thought I was going there (Nigeria) on holiday