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When Nigerian footballer Adewumi Joshua Femi first set foot in Nepal's capital Kathmandu, he had no idea what to expect. "I had never heard of Nepal, let alone of football in Nepal."...Determined to join the ever-growing list of African players
By EMMANUEL UDOM The moves by a lawmaker in Nigeria to dismiss bribery charges against Farouk Lawan and Boniface Emenalo, has grumbled like a pack of badly arranged cards.
Fani-Kayode stated in his article entitled 'Delusion of Today's Men', a reaction to Abati's own, 'Hypocrisy of Yesterday's Men'. According to Fani-Kayode, instead of Abati addressing issues raised by stakeholders on accountability, especially on the
AT THE ICA | November 07, 2012 "I had to do something," says choreographer/dancer Kyle Abraham, taking a break from rehearsing his company Kyle Abraham/Abraham.In.Motion in a downtown SoHo studio recently.
Let's support Olaolu Femi (screenshot of a Facebook community). On Nov. 5, 2011, Olaolu Femi, a Nigerian student in Ukraine, was attacked by a group of young people in the city of Luhansk; he was detained the next day, and his alleged attempt to
Countries Topics Languages Let's support Olaolu Femi (screenshot of a Facebook community). On Nov. 5, 2011, Olaolu Femi, a Nigerian student in Ukraine, was attacked by a group of young people in the city of Luhansk; he was detained the next day, and
In a move by federal lawmakers to douse ethnic tensions, the House of Representatives on Thursday stayed debates on the upsurge of deadly attacks that have rocked the Plateau state capital, Jos leaving in its wake many deaths, maimed scores and
Adams Jagaba, has threatened to drag the former Chairman of the House Adhoc Committee on Petroleum subsidy management, Hon.Farouk Lawan to court should he continue to mention his name in the $3 million bribery scandal. Addressing newsmen at the Media
The past two weeks have been dramatic with the release of audio tapes and a verbal spat between the House of Representative Committee on Ethics and Privileges and billionaire oil magnate, Mr. Femi Otedola. On Tuesday, Otedola who was supposed to
It said the airing of the audio tapes, whose two instalments were aired on Monday and Tuesday respectively, was meant to distract attention from the report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Monitoring of the Fuel Subsidy Scheme...Also Wednesday, Otedola