Saturday, 28 March 2015
Today’s presidential and National Assembly elections have turned out to be a big nightmare for the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Rivers State, with the members being killed, attacked and disenfranchised in various parts of the State.
Kunle Adewale, a son of the Olu of Epe, and five others drowned on Saturday in a river after their boast capsized. It was learnt that Kunle, who is a Director in the Lagos State Ministry of Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, is the first son of the Olu of Epe, Oba Shefiu Adewale, who ascended the throne two years ago.
No one forgets their first job, and for one woman that will always be especially true. Cathy Calhoun's first job was as a bank teller at The National Bank of Spring City in Spring City, Pennsylvania, and when she learned in 1989 that the bank was closing and up for sale, she decided she would purchase the property. What's more, she decided to turn the bank into her new home.
Little Annabelle decided to go on a little adventure in Philadelphia on Friday morning. She woke up, put on her raincoat, unlocked the backdoor and headed out in the rain for the bus stop four blocks away.
“We trained the animals to obey our instructions. On a single command,
A UK based Ghanaian pastor Samuel Akoto has been jailed for 5 years after he forgot his name at London’s Heathrow airport.
The United Nations has donated the sum of $60m to Nigeria to ensure the success of Nigeria’s 2015 general elections. The UN Secretary-General High Level Representative to Nigeria, Dr Mohammed Ibn Chambas, disclosed this at a press conference in Abuja yesterday.
He said the UN was interested in Nigeria’s elections because the country is too important for the sub-region, the region and the world at large.