One of Africa's richest women and chairman of Famfa Oil, Mrs Folorunsho Alakija has denied reports that she's contesting for governor of Lagos State come 2015. See her press statement below...
Friday, 10 January 2014
I read the comment below from a guy commenting on the Gabrielle Union/Dwyane Wade love saga, trying to explain why most men are unfaithful. (Dwyane had a baby with another lady while dating Gabby) Dear men, please read another guy's view below and tell us if he's close to the truth..
Shakira, 36, and Rihanna, 25, have revealed the cover art of their hotly anticipated new single titled
That is according to a report by Thisday. Find it below...
President Goodluck Jonathan has asked the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, to resign immediately on the grounds that the letter Sanusi wrote to him on the unremitted $49.8 billion oil revenue to the Federation Account, was leaked to former President Olusegun Obasanjo by the CBN governor.
But Sanusi who has denied leaking the letter to anyone, has refused to resign and informed the president during the heated telephone exchange that he could only be removed by two-thirds of the Senate as required by law.
2 days ago you read that controversial Lagos pastor Sign Fireman had been arrested by Lagos police over the alleged ritual murder of a 12 year old girl, Bose Ogoja, after the girl's killer, 18 year old Ikechukwu claimed he killed her following instructions from Pastor Sign Fireman. (If you missed it, read it here). Well, the boy's mother has spoken out and says her son has never met the founder and Head Pastor of Perfect Christian Mission.
It has now been confirmed that one of the ladies who was brutally tortured by some men in the Ejigbo area of Lagos in 2013 has died.
After being engaged for over a year, 20 year old Bobbi Kristina, the only child of late singer Whitney Houston, has married her adoptive brother and longtime friend, Nick Gordon. Bobbi took to twitter yesterday to announce their marriage and show off their wedding bands.