Gambian President Yahya Jammeh has declared his Muslim-majority country an Islamic republic, saying the move marks a break with the colonial past.
Mr Jammeh told state TV the proclamation was in line with Gambia's "religious identity and values".
He added that no dress code [...]
Pastor T.B. Joshua of The Synagogue Church of All Nations, SCOAN, has been named as the 2015 ‘Yoruba Man of the Year’ by the ‘Egbe Omo Oodua Parapo’, a coalition of 35 Pan-Yoruba groups drawn from across the world.
“We give this award to Pastor Joshua [...]
Nigeria Music Video Awards, NMVA, will come alive again on December 17, 2015 at the Eko Hotel and Suites for the ninth year in a row. In what promises to be a night of fun, music and dance, Ghanaian actress, Jackie Appiah, and Nigerian humour merchant, Okey Bakassi, have been unveiled as hosts.
Days after revealing that turning 30 was depressing for her because she is single, pretty actress, Yvonne Nelson, has now disclosed that she has met ‘Mr. Right.’ Though she refused to reveal who the mystery man is, she however stated that she was preparing herself for kids because she love [...]
The 3rd annual Bloggers Party hosted by LOGiN Bloggers in collaboration with Abuja Events and Places Blog, is for weekend in Abuja.
The bloggers party according to Ms. Jenny Chisom fills the need to give direction to bloggers and have them network with brands in an informal atmosphere and compr [...]
The April 2015 general elections, adjudged as one of the freest and fairest in Nigeria’s history, presents a surprisingly controversial aftermath following recent judgments by election petition tribunals. At least three states won by the PDP; Akwa Ibom, Rivers and Taraba, either had 80 per cent [...]
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