Between Tope Sonubi and President Buhari + Why he abandoned Jonathan

Between Tope Sonubi and President Buhari + Why he abandoned Jonathan

Honestly, you couldn’t have forgotten so soon, the fortune-hunters that misled former President Goodluck Jonathan, later deserted him even after they gobbled the feed with the cart and the left-over. Immediately Jonathan lost the election, businessmen and women passionately retracting heart-felt paternosters they made for his sake; it is only Jonathan out there, only him […]

Bola Shagaya battle with EFCC over N1.9 Billion allegedly belonging to Patience Jonathan

As billionaire,Bola Shagaya prepares for the wedding of her son, Seun Bakare to Kiki Osibanjo, daughter of Nigeria’s Vice President, Professor Yemi Osibajo,there seems to be no respite in sight as she battle EFCC over N1.9 Billion found in her account. The money according to Economic and Financial Crimes commission was part proceeds of a […]

Oando Plc MD,Wale Tinubu broke down in Tears as he pays tributes to late brother

Oando PLC Managing Director, Wale Tinubu broke down in tears as he pays glowing tribute to his late brother,Deji who passed on while playing football recently.Family members and well-wishers continue to mourn Deji with heart-warming tributes on social media and on tribute site www.ripdejitinubu.com Wale Tinubu,joined by other notable Nigerians like Ibikunle Amosun, Governor of Ogun […]

Meet the pretty Yoruba Slave who became Queen Victoria’s Goddaughter (Photos)

Sarah Forbes Bonetta was originally born ‘Aina’ in 1843 to Egbado parents of the Yoruba ethnic group. Her father was the high chief of Oke-Odan, an Egbado village in western Nigeria, till he was killed in 1848 when King Gezo of Dahomey , one of the notorious slave raiders in the 19th century , raided […]

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That people will have so little to eat

A BOY, about 12 approached   my car as I stopped at a traffic light in Abuja. It was difficult to guess when last he might have had a bath. His bushy hair might not have felt the touch of a comb in a long while. When I looked more closely at him as he asked for alms, he was a beauty; like gold in a mud. I asked him his name. “Abdullahi.”  His surname? “Abinchi.” That means food in Hausa. So I explained what I was enquiring. He replied: “Abinchi.”  He was not smiling, so it wasn’t a joke. But I was convinced that could not be his surname. It might simply mean the reality he faces; hunger.

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