Monday, 1 October 2012
It's a problem that has always plagued men, but there is an upside to hair loss according to new research which has found bald men appear tougher and more powerful than others.
A Nigerian couple who tried to claim £3.8million in an ‘eye-watering’ benefits scam using 1,400 stolen identities have been jailed for a total of almost 10 years.
Minister of Sports and Chairman National Sports Commission, Bolaji Abdullahi, has revealed that Team Nigeria will need N7bn to prepare the team for the games. He said “the President believes Nigeria should win nothing less than five medals at the next Olympics and he is not leaving anything out to get our athletes ready. We’ll need about N7bn to prepare the team for the Games,” We pray all that money wont line the pockets of a select few. #justsaying.
Source: Punch Nigeria Newspaper
RIM, in association with mobile phone distributor Slot Nigeria, officially opened the BlackBerry® by SLOT store in Nigeria at Computer Village in Ikeja, Lagos yesterday.
Every year, Simi Osomo makes six trips to London from Nigeria. The 25-year-old spends about two weeks here and every day she goes shopping. Today she’s at the boutique shop Matches Townhouse in Marylebone with a personal shopper.
Speaking at a church service to commemorate Nigeria's 52nd Independence Day Celebration as we do yearly," President Goodluck Jonathan when he described his government as second only to the United States of America in its commitment to fighting corruption." I beg to disagree. Na beans am not tryning to be pessimistic just been real lets call a spade a spade abeg.
American Press Identifies Nigerian Delegation As The Most Financially Reckless At The UN General Assembly.
United Nations General Assembly, where the American press promptly identified his delegation as one of the most financially reckless, his Pierre Hotel suite alone costing Nigeria $10,000 per night.
Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa took his only annual leave in 1963, which he decided to spend in his village. A British photojournalist came down to Lagos to interview the Prime Minister, but was told that the P.M was on vacation. He asked to which country, but was shocked to hear that the P.M was in his village. On getting to the village, there was no evidence or paraphernalia to show that a “big man” was there; everyone was busy with their chores. He met a farmer with his donkey, carrying bales of sugarcane for the P.M’s home and he was utterly speechless when the farmer said, “I just left him. You will see him sitting on the floor with his kids, eating the sugarcane that I just gave them”. He met them like that and took this picture. When i read this i was humbled. I wish we had more leaders like this. I wonder how it would have been if he was alive.