By Sylvester Kwentua Seun Kuti, one of the sons of legendary Nigerian musician and activist, Fela Anikulapo Kuti, has called out Kogi State governor, Yahaya Bello for saying those who wished him Covid-19, would get HIV. READ ALSO: Global situation: US overtakes China, Italy as Global infection hits 575,767 Taking to his official Twitter handle, heRead More
By Dapo Akinrefon Captain Harrison Adekunle Kuti, first Nigerian commercial pilot to fly Boeing 747 is dead. He died after a brief illness on March 28, aged 78. His death was announced by his widow Dr. Adegoriola Eni-Iyi Kuti. According to a statement by the family, Captain Kuti was until his death the President, HakRead More
Legendary Nigerian drummer Tony Allen, who created afrobeat along with his old bandmate Fela Kuti, died suddenly at the age of 79 in Paris on Thursday, his manager said. “We don’t know the exact cause of death,” manager Eric Trosset said, adding it was not linked to the coronavirus. “He was in great shape, itRead More
By Femi Aribisala THIS is not a prophecy: it is a decree. The word of God says: “You will also declare a thing, and it will be established for you.” (Job 22:28). Therefore, I issue this decree: “There is no Coronavirus in Nigeria.” God says to Habakkuk: “The just shall live by his faith” (Habakkuk 2:4). JoinRead More
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Speaker House of Representatives, Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila has justified copying from Singaporean law to draft the Infectious Disease Bill submitted for the consideration in the House. Gbajabiamila, who made this known in a Zoom meeting organised by Elombah Communications/Njenje Media Ltd
They are patriots who love their country dearly, and also love its President. Very dearly. To use the local parlance, dem love President Muhammadu Buhari scatter. Through thick and thin, they have been with him, and I don’t ever see them falling away, as we have seen with some fair weather supporters. Those ones run with the hares and hunt with the hounds.
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First to come to Africa were the Arabs. They hunted us down like animals, captured us, castrated us, sold us into slavery and kept us in total bondage for 1,300 years.
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Nigeria’s House of Representatives Speaker, Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila, has congratulated the Nigerian workers for marking this year’s International Workers’ Day, saying they have made a lot of sacrifices in the interest of the nation. He said though the day is being marked quietly across the globe as a result of the lockdown necessitated by the […]