Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Nike Okundaye Never Went To School But She Lectures....

Here's a story of a Nigerian woman who never went to school but lectures in Harvard and other top foreign universities.

 64-year-old Nike Okundaye, born in Ogidi village, Ijumu Local Government
Area of Kogi state is the founder of Nike Art Gallery and has taught and held workshops at several foreign universities like Harvard, Columbus, Edmonton, Ohio and Los Angeles. 

Man treks from Jama'are to Bauchi - and no one was there to welcome him

The 35 year old trekker Isa Kwarawanga of Zubo village in Shiraz LGA who trekked from Jama'are to Bauchi to congratulate the victory of the state governor-elect Barrister Mohammed Abubakar reached his destination yesterday but found no one there to welcome him.

Court orders NDLEA to vacate Buruji Kashamu's house

Justice Ibrahim Buba of a Federal High Court Lagos has ordered the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) officials to vacate the residence of embattled Senator-elect, Buruji Kashamu in Lekki, Lagos.

Nigerian jailed for 5 years in Cambodia for raping a Norwegian tourist

A 26 year old Nigerian man, Ekwegbalu Ugochukwu Udok, has been sentenced to 5 years in jail by a Municipal court in Cambodia for beating and raping a Norwegian tourist, 27 year old Nodia Ebert, in December 2014.

Asisat Oshoala wins BBC Women's Footballer of the Year!

Asisat Oshoala wins the first ever BBC Women's Footballer of the Year. The Nigerian and Liverpool forward is the first player to win the new award from the BBC World Service, which is voted for by football fans around the world.