The last has not been heard of the crisis rocking the Nigerian football as some proÂspective candidates eyeing the Glass House have picked holes in the electoral guidelines just released by the NFF Electoral body. Saturday Sunsportsâ€™ invesÂtigations revealed that many stakeholders are not comfortÂable with the electoral time table. Going by the guideline, proÂspectiveRead MoreThe post NFF election: Candidates pick holes in election guidelines appeared first on The Sun News.
Hampden Park, 9pm on Sunday 3 August will be transformed from the theatre of gold medal athletics success to a festival of celebration and song with 2,000 extra-ordiÂnary volunteer performers lining up alongside global superstar Kylie Minogue and an array of iconic ScotÂtish talents. Just 18 hours after the conclusion of the Track and FieldRead MoreThe post Kylie Minogue to perform in closing ceremony appeared first on The Sun News.
Commonwealth and Africaâ€™s fastest woman Blessing Okagbare has been tipped to dominate 100 m and 200 m in the world. After her sterling performance where she dusted Jamaicans to win the 100 m in 10.85 and claimed vicÂtory in the 200 m in 22.25 seconds, her coach John Smith reviewed the race yesterday and saidRead MoreThe post More to come from Okagbare â€“Smith appeared first on The Sun News.
â– Threatens to drag government to court back Dethroned ChairÂman of Enugu West traditional rulersâ€™ council and monarch of Amadim Olo, in Ezeagu local govÂernment area of Enugu state, His Majesty, Hayford Agana has threatened to drag the state government to court over his removal as traditional ruler. The monarch said he would be askingRead MoreThe post Deposed Enugu monarch fights back appeared first on The Sun News.
â– Church accuses own official of lying about eye surgery Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries, MFM, has accused one of its pastors, Lawrence Okechukwu Amuruche of telling lies against the leadership of the church with his claims that he sought assistance for an eye surgery and was instead given anointing oil and water. SaturdayRead MoreThe post Our pastor lied â€“ MFM appeared first on The Sun News.
Toke Makinwa is an on-air perÂsonality noted for her beautiful style sense. A fashion freak, Tokeâ€™s fashion can be deÂscribed as glamorous, classy, fabulous and stunning. She has graced the pages of top fashÂion magazines in the country as a style personality. VIVIAN ONYEBUKWA had a look at the dress sense of this goddess thatRead MoreThe post TOKE MAKINWA : STYLE GODDESS appeared first on The Sun News.
Former Vice-president, Atiku Abubakar has disÂmissed the PDP led FedÂeral Government of lackÂing the political will to tackle the scary security situation facing the country. The APC chieftain in an interÂview with the Voice of America, (VOA), noted that there was need to Â Â address the violence carried out by Islamist militant group, Boko Haram andRead MoreThe post Jonathan lacks political will to tackle terrorism â€“Atiku appeared first on The Sun News.
Aptly described as the godfathers of Nigerian music, Kenny Ogungbe and Dayo Adeneye, aka Keke & D1 respectively are household names in the Nigerian music industry. Apart from being accomplished broadcasters and showbiz gurus, it is widely believed that the duo resuscitated the music industry with the release of Shakomor, by the now defunct DeRead MoreThe post Keke VS D1: Who is more influential? appeared first on The Sun News.
AOP, art criÂtique and compere, Justice AtiÂgogo is now a member of the cast of popular TV series, Tinsel. Atigogo plays the role of Ehijie in the TV series which airs on Africa Magic. In a chat with The Entertainer, Atigogo said the experience has been nothing short of exciting and he was excited workingRead MoreThe post Justice Atigogo joins Tinsel appeared first on The Sun News.
Oh, what a night it was! A night of pure enÂtertainment. A night of history. A night when awards were given to stars and megaÂstars who have contributed in making NiÂgeria the entertainment giant of Africa. Giants whose steps and impact have contributed significantly into leapfrogging and rebasing the Nigerian economy to become the biggestRead MoreThe post And the winner isâ€¦ appeared first on The Sun News.
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The up-and-coming model at the centre of the controversy trailing Wizkid, Carolyn Ikpea, has distanced herself from reports in the media that she sent offensive tweets to Tania Omotayo, Wizkidâ€™s baby mama, declaring that she was having an affair with her man. â€œIt was the work of hackers. My hands are clean. What happened wasRead MoreThe post Carolyn Ikpea denies affair with Wizkid appeared first on The Sun News.
Rainmaker, Majek Fashek, has finally cleared the air on why his career took a deep. In a chat on Channels TVâ€™s Rubbinâ€™ Minds, Majek said that he had never taken drugs all his life and what was responsible for his haggard looks and stagnant career were spiritual attack by witches and what he described asRead MoreThe post Iâ€™m under spiritual attack â€“Majek Fashek appeared first on The Sun News.
Dr. Bukar Usman, OON, presides over the Nigerian Folklore Society (NFS). Also a culture-enÂthusiast and public policy analyst, he has written 20 books on different subjects, including fiction and non-fiction, barely seven years after his foray into the literary world. Besides, he writes both in indigÂenous language (Hausa) and English. As bureaucrat and public administrator,Read MoreThe post BUKAR USMAN: I donâ€™t write for royalties appeared first on The Sun News.
The Independent National ElecÂtoral Commission (INEC) yesterday disclosed that it has reÂcruited 10,432 ad hoc staff for the conduct of the AuÂgust 9 governorship elecÂtion in Osun State. The state acting Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC), Mr. Segun Agbaje, who disclosed this during a press conference in Osogbo, said the ad hoc staff would be deployedRead MoreThe post INEC recruits 10,432 ad hoc staff for Osun guber election appeared first on The Sun News.
(ABUJA) The new Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Suleiman Abba, has taken over the leadership of the Nigeria Police force, with a pledge to provide safety and security for all Nigerians. Mr Abba promised that the police would ensure the protection and respect for human rights while promoting community partnerships to prevent social disorder. Less thanRead MoreThe post IGP Abbas Takes Over, Pledges To Provide Safety appeared first on The Sun News.
(ABUJA) Iran has summoned Nigeria’s charge d’affaires in protest at the recent killing of a group of demonstrators participating in the International Quds Day rallies, which were held in support of the Palestinian nation. On Thursday, Iranâ€™s Foreign Ministry called in the Nigerian official, condemning the attack and calling on the Nigerian government to identifyRead MoreThe post Iran calls in Nigerian charge d’affaires over Zaria deaths appeared first on The Sun News.
(LAGOS) NIGERIAN weightlifterÂ and folks medalist at the ongoing 2014 Commonwealth Games in Scotlland, Chika Amalaha, faces a doping ban after her â€œBâ€ sample confirmed the presence of banned substances. The 16-year-oldâ€™s â€œAâ€ sample tested positive for diuretics and masking agents after she won the 53kg division last Friday, becoming the youngest-ever female to winRead MoreThe post Amalaha fails final dope test, to lose gold medal appeared first on The Sun News.
Nigeriaâ€™s Council of State on Thursday rose from an emergency meeting with a resolution to support President Goodluck Jonathan to ensure that the current spate of terrorism in parts of the country ends before December. They also resolved to put an end to all discriminatory practices in states including the registration and â€œdeportationâ€ of non-indigenesRead MoreThe post Terrorism Might End By December- Council Of State appeared first on The Sun News.
(LAGOS) To check the spread of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD), a medical practitioner, Dr Kayode Oyebode, on Friday urged Â Nigerians to exercise caution in handling blood or fluids of animals. Oyebode made the call on Friday in Osogbo while speaking to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN). NAN reports that the Minister of Health,Read MoreThe post Ebola: medical expert cautions Nigerians appeared first on The Sun News.