Saturday, 2 January 2016
"When i wrote my first open letter to Headies on December 29, 2013, the majority opinions i got was that i was correct while others felt i was just an “Attention seeker”. Headies as an award should be credibile and not just over hyped. We have hundreds of award shows every year in Nigeria and they are not as controversial as this one. Headies as an award are still not appreciating certain artiste, producers, entertainers and Dj’s who work 24/7 to make sure they bring out the best. "
Heartbreaking photo of little Yemen girl who sells eggs on the street to help family survive after her father's death
According to Idoma Voice, the accident involved a lorry conveying more than 50 members of the Universal Reformed Christian Church, URCC (NKST) who were on their way to the annual NKST Conference in Gboko local government area. The vehicle was said to have skidded off the road. The graphic pic after the cut..
Photos: Governor Mimiko's wife donates gift items to first baby of the year at State Specialist Hospital
Note that some of the beneficiaries of the MTNF-sponsored Muson Scholar programme who have excelled in their chosen careers are part of the two plays.
According to the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Interiors, the executed men believed in extremist ideology, were members of terror groups, and they were convicted of plotting and carrying out attacks against civilians going back as far at an attack on the U.S. consulate in Jeddah in 2004.
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“Nigeria, as we speak now, economically, security wise is in the intensive care unit; if the oxygen is removed, Nigeria will die, people of God prayed, from here and there and God gave us Buhari. God has told us that Buhari is prayer answered; President Buhari is an answered prayer; whether you hate him or like him, Buhari is prayer answered;
A 25-year-old man wished “Happy New Year” to a woman just before he saved her life by shoving her from a faulty elevator that suddenly took a plunge, but the brave act cost him his own life.
Stephen Hewett-Brown, 25, (left) was in the crowded elevator at 131 Broome St. on Manhattan’s Lower East Side when Erudi Sanchez, 43, (right) who lives in the building, stepped inside around 11:45 p.m. with her 10-year-old nephew to throw out trash.