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Prof. Adetoye apologises to 2Baba

Prof. Akindele Adetoye has apologised to 2Baba, for describing the megastar as “illiterate”. The backlash that greeted the professor’s comment was unprecedented. In his apology, Akintoye had written, “Good day brethren, I put up an update yesterday that incurred the wrath of some of my...

Hillary Clinton To Publish New Book Onon Race She Lost to Trump

New York (AP) -- Hillary Clinton has a lot of plans for 2017, including some reflections on her stunning loss last fall to Donald Trump. The former secretary of state, senator and first lady is working on a book of personal essays that will come...

#BBNaija: Miyonse, Efe, Soma face eviction

Miyonse, Efe and Soma have been nominated for eviction on Sunday from the on-going Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) reality show. The housemate with the least votes from viewers and fans will be evicted from the house. In order to save their favourite housemates to continue in...

Youtube unveils tips for looking good

Mr Taiwo Kola-Ogunlade, Google’s Communications and Public Affairs Manager, Anglophone West Africa, on Monday said Youtube had unveiled tips on how to look good and trendy with makeup. Kola-Ogunlade, in a statement in Lagos, said that Youtube was sharing video content for one to have...

Miss France crowned Miss Universe

Iris Mittenaere, a 23-year-old dental student from France won the Miss Universe crown Monday in the 65th annual pageant held  in Manila, the Philippines. The  model beat 85 other beauties to take the title from Pia Wurtzbach of the Philippines at the Mall of Asia Arena...

Celebrities to boycott Tuface’s protest

Some Nigerian celebrities, say they will boycott the planned protest by award winning musician Tuface Idibia, against unfavourable policies of the Federal Government. Tuface, the African Queen crooner recently took to his Instagram handle: @official2baba, calling on his fans and followers to join in the...

International Tourism demand Grew by 3.9 Per cent in 2016 – UN World Tourism Organisation

Demand for international tourism remained robust in 2016 despite challenges, the United Nations World Tourism Organisation, UNWTO, has said in its latest report. The UNWTO, a specialised agency of the United Nations, UN, said international tourist arrivals grew by 3.9 per cent to reach a...

War on Terror: NERI Exhibits Positive Photos from Borno

Determined to rebrand the North-Eastern Nigeria in a positive narrative on developments against the negatives on insurgency, the North-East Regional Initiative (NERI) has hosted the Bit of Borno Photo Exhibition by acclaimed Photographer, Fati Abubakar. Speaking at the occasion, the Manager of NERI, Albert...

Ramsey Nouah: Why marriages are crumbling

Getting celebrated Nollywood actor, Ramsey Noauh, to agree to an interview, was a tough call. In between shooting films and his involvement in charity, he has indeed been busy. After a series of convincing, the 46-year-old actor finally gave in. At the Eko Club in...

Prince siblings decry ‘mismanagement’ of tribute

Two of Prince’s siblings have decried what they called mismanagement of the late pop icon’s tribute concert and sought a clearer accounting of the proceeds. Prince, who died suddenly in April, was remembered in a funk-driven, five-hour concert on October 13 in his native Minnesota...