Showing posts from August 5, 2017

Presidential Aide Lauretta Onochie Has Revealed Why Buhari Looks Thin.

The presidential adviser on social media, Lauretta Onochie, has revealed why President Muhammad Buhari looks thin.

Lauretta was on friday morning responding to enquiries from twitter users about President Muhammadu Buhari’s health where she stated that the President has been thin from birth.

According to her,
“Pres. Buhari has always been thin from birth. He is not suffering from anything ailment that you may not suffer, if you ever get to his age.
She added
“At his age, we don’t expect him to change doctors he has seen for close to thirty years when it’s hard for any man to change his barber.”

I Have Been Kept Away With Depression And Suicidal Thoughts - Moyo Lawal.

Nigerian actress, Moyo Lawal, who has been away from social media for some time, has revealed that depression and suicidal thoughts kept her away.
According to her, it all felt like she was living in a body fighting to survive with a mind that was been trying to die.

Actress Duff Hilary Slammed Back At Body Shamers.

The 29-year-old actress slammed back at body shamers who criticized her figure while on vacation in Hawaii with her 5-year-old son, Luca, and friends.

Actress, Mary Remmy Njoku Welcomes Her 3rd Child.

Nollywood actress, Mary Remmy Njoku and her husband Jason (Iroko TV Boss) have welcomed their third child, a girl, in a U.K hospital.

The patter of tiny feet who has already been christened Nnenna, was born at St Thomas Hospital .

The couple already have a boy and a girl. A big congrats to them.

Chief Edwin Clark, Cautioned Militants Threatening To Carry Out Bombing Activities.

Convener and national leader of the Pan Niger Delta Forum, PANDEF, Chief Edwin Clark, yesterday, cautioned militants threatening to recommence bombing of oil installations and declare a Republic of Niger Delta, October 1, on account of Federal Government alleged apathy to the peace process in the region, to back out of the dangerous plot.

Chief Clark, who spoke to Saturday Vanguard on phone on PANDEF’s meeting with Acting President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, in Abuja, said the group was now satisfied that the Federal Government meant well for the region and also disposed to dialogue with the regional body.

He also appealed to the militants, “Rome was not built in day; the Acting President was honest, straightforward and forthright in his discussion with us and I do not see the need for war.”

Clark further warned that any militant group that restarts hostilities in the region was on its own, and does have the support of the people of Niger Delta which he is the leader.

Actress Nsikan Isaac Welcomes Her Baby In US.

WOW!!!...She managed the nine months well without getting it splattered on the social media!
Congrats to her and welcome to Motherhood.

Ways To Deal With Road Rage

Lagos is the centre of excellence. One thing about living in an urban and highly commercialised city like Lagos is how to deal with traffic every day. These types of drives can lead to frustration and road rage. Road rage can be triggered despite following all the traffic rules.

Avoid doing things that will give you road rage
You can probably think of a handful of driving manoeuvres that consistently give you road rage when other motorists perform them. Avoid them.

Abandon your horn

One annoying thing about drivers is that they cannot get there hands off the horn whether it is an emergency or not. Know that a vehicle’s horn is there for emergencies, not just for making noise! If you do this, you are calling road rage.

Drive defensively
If you find yourself in heavy traffic, stop yourself from engaging in any aggressive actions that will get you in trouble. Some of the things include keeping your speed down, making sure you do not overtake indiscriminately and allow people pass when they.

Osun State Government Set To Train 5,000 Teachers Annually.

The Osun government has promised to train 5,000 teachers annually from the pool of teachers working under the state basic education system.

Alhaji Fatai Kolawole, the Permanent Secretary, Osun State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), made this known in Osogbo.

“Osun government trains 5,000 teachers on annual basis out of the workforce of 15,000. This means that in three years, all the teachers have benefited from one training or the other.

“These trainings included training in Mathematics for teachers and ICT training for school leaders (Headmasters and Principals),” he said.

Kolawale said the government also built ICT centres in the modern schools all over the state to train teachers periodically.

He said the state government has taken tangible measures to ease the work of teachers in the basic education system (primary one to six and junior secondary school one to three).


BOMADI – An armed group, earlier this morning, invaded Ojobo community, host community to Shell Nigeria Ltd, in Burutu local government area, Delta State, shooting sporadically with many indigenes sustaining various degrees of injuries, and also destroying property worth millions of naira in the oil-rich community.

 Ojobo community is approximately 30 km away from Bomadi, headquarters of Bomadi local government area, Delta State.