March 23, 2017 2:10 am

Features

Oyo 2015: A Two-Horse Race to Agodi House

Oyo 2015: A Two-Horse Race to Agodi House

by Olaolu Jacob Xclusive magazine reporter Front runners: Governor Abiola Ajimobi, Otunba Alao Akala and Engineer Oluwaseyi Abiodun Makinde The political activities towards 2015 gubernatorial election are afoot and very active in Oyo state. The political battle is between the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and foremost opposition, People’s Democratic Party (PDP). And going by antecedents, whoever the PDP presents ... Read More »

Tonto Dikeh: the Shame behind the Fame

Tonto Dikeh: the Shame behind the Fame

Tonto Dikeh made it as one of Nollywood's most controversial acts. These controversies surrounding her have been very strong even from the time of her emergence into the industry. There is often something to talk about whenever her name pops up, even though many insist she's enjoying the controversies she creates through her many actions in movies and off-set. Read More »

Ebola Outbreak: The Conspiracy Theories

Ebola Outbreak: The Conspiracy Theories

By Maria Khan US President Barack Obama refused on Thursday (7 August) Nigeria’s request for the ZMapp drug, prompting a backlash on Twitter, with conspiracy theorists weighing in on possible motives behind the super power’s decision. Nigerian authorities had requested the experimental ZMapp drug from the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to combat the Ebola-led state emergency ... Read More »

Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde: Yet Another Tale Of An African Jewel

Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde: Yet Another Tale Of An African Jewel

‘Dayo Farore Nigerian film actress Omotola Jalande-Ekeinde Tell me the story of a hero whose path to glory bore no setback, show me that part of the world where achievers had no critic or perhaps that home where happiness never for once saw misunderstanding and sincerely, with every gathered vim inside of me, I’ll forever appreciate your knowledge. Not a ... Read More »

Ugly Side of Post-primary Institutions in Delta State

Ugly Side of Post-primary Institutions in Delta State

by Emeka Esogbue President Jonathan and Governor Uduaghan Citizens of Delta State have expressed concern over the state of post-primary institutions in the state. The deplorable state of these institutions in some communities of the State, as Patrick Ofili, an educationist, puts it, “is something for parents to lose sleep over.” In many of the schools, students now make do ... Read More »

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