Eccentric Nigerian musician Maheeda has spoken once again on sex, the one subject that gets her all the attention. The controversial singer, via a recent YouTube video, opened up on details about her sexual preferences and what not.
29 May 2016
Abuja – The 8th Summit of Heads of State of African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States begins in Papua New Guinea on Monday, a statement said in Abuja on Sunday.. The
Old Oshodi! It was a place as popular as many other places in Lagos State. Meanwhile, whereas Ikoyi, Victoria Island, Lekki, among others, radiate warmth and opulence, Oshodi was crazy, scary. Old Oshodi was a market but it was more than a place for buying and selling. It was popular and big.
The immediate past Minister of National Planning, Prof. Abubakar Suleiman, on Sunday gave kudos to President Mohammad Buhari for his fight against Boko Haram terrorists in the country. Suleiman gave the commendation in llorin while reacting to President Buhari’s speech in commemoration of Democracy Day and one year of his administration. He noted that there is now peace in parts of the country that hitherto had recorded mass casualties and displacement due to attacks by the insurgents. The former minister urged the government to consolidate on the achievement recorded so far, to engender development in the area. He noted that no meaningful development could be attained in an atmosphere of rancour, hatred and acrimony. Suleiman, a Professor of Political Science at the University of Abuja, advised Buhari to bring his ministers closer to him, to be able to get direct information on issues affecting the country including the feelings and aspirations of Nigerians. Suleiman suggested the inclusion of more economists into the administration, to fast track the country’s economic recovery. Meanwhile, Gov. Aminu Tambuwal of Sokoto State, has appealed to Nigerians to offer prayers for the President to succeed in building peace, progress and political stability in the country. Tambuwal, who made the appeal in Sokoto while distributing inputs to farmers groups in the state, said that the prayers would guide the leadership to perform creditably. He said that the inputs were procured at the cost of N159 million under the Fadama III programme to boost irrigation in the state. The governor said that the items include rice tilling machines, water pumps, seeds, chemical, animal feeds among others, which would be sold to farmers at 75 per cent discount. He explained that the gesture was to encourage the youths and women engage in all-year farming. Tambuwal called on the beneficiaries to utilise the facilities provided for them to produce enough food for local consumption and export.
Twelve months after he swept into office on an euphoric tide of Nigeria’s desire for change, President Muhammadu Buhari is a man beset on every side by problems with no easy solutions. The economy is in trouble with Central Bank Governor Godwin Emefiele warning of a looming recession. The naira rate has crashed against major global currencies. In the North East, the Boko Haram insurgency has