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It’s really hard to get PhD – Mrs. Dickson, Bayelsa First Lady
The First Lady of Bayelsa State, Dr. Rachael Seriake Dickson, is one of the 338 graduands, who, at the weekend, at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) received doctorate degrees of the institution. Mrs. Dickson, who was found worthy in character and learning by the university authorities, bagged a doctorate degree in Management of the institution
Ariyike Akinbobola stars in Isi Atagamen Fashion Label’s Collection Lookbook for Working Mothers
Posted on Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014 at 10:34 PM TV personality and BN’s “Ariyike Writes” columnist models stylish pieces for Isi Atagamen Fashion Label‘s new collection lookbook. The brand headed by the former model turned fashion designer, unveils pieces for mature working mothers. Ariyike who is married with children, has been spotted on the red carpet
Toby Kebbell to play villain in 'Fantastic Four' reboot?
English actor Toby Kebbell has been reportedly roped in to play a negative character in the reboot of superhero film 'Fantastic Four'. The 'War Horse' star is apparently in talks to play the role of super villain Doctor Doom in the movie, said The Hollywood Reporter. Kebbell, 31, was among the contenders who auditioned for the role with actors Jack Huston
This guy is tired of the stereotypes about Islam. Now his Facebook video is going viral.
Religion "Sorry we had to go through this, but we really have to show the world who Muhammad (peace be upon him) really was. He was nothing like what they say." In an attempt to settle the score, this video presenter breaks down common stereotypes about the Prophet Mohammad. In fact, he says, Islam "actually prohibits the marriage to more than one wife."
Nigerian male artistes are gigolos – Etcetera
Soft-rock musician, Paschal Uche Ejikeme, aka Etcetera, has described some of his colleagues in the Nigeria entertainment industry as gigolos. Etcetera in a chat with popular blogger, Rose Peters-Graham, said many of Nigerian male entertainers now engage in what he described as artistic sex to survive. “It is so appalling how some Nigerian men in the entertainment
John Dumelo makes history as he hits 1m Facebook likes
John Dumelo’s Facebook page was created in 2008 and at the time of writing this post he had 1,000,547 likes. With over half a million likes from Ghana, 300,000 from Nigeria and the rest of Africa, USA, Europe and the Caribbean. In spite of his large following on Facebook, John has not been verified by the social media giants, making it possible for fans to follow
Beyonce enjoys a glass of wine and a lollipop as she watches the basketball with Jay Z
SHE'S spent months on the road as she took her Mrs Carter Tour around the world, but yesterday Beyoncé was finally enjoying some down time. Following her glamorous looks on tour, Beyoncé was clearly keen to relax whilst enjoying date night with Jay Z and wore her hair down in it's natural curl and kept her make-up to a minimum too. The rapper accompanied
'Noah' Director Darren Aronofsky Responds to 'Environmental Wacko' Accusations (Video)
"It was very clear to us that there was an environmental message," the director says of his interpretation of the Old Testament as it related to Noah. Noah director Darren Aronofsky on Tuesday responded to critics who have called his version of the biblical character an "environmental wacko." Speaking to CNN's Christiane Amanpour, the director was asked
Twerking Gone Wrong! 100-Level Covenant University Student Allegedly Expelled for Naked Viral Video
Posted on Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014 at 11:28 AM A 100-Level Covenant University student Bisi has allegedly been expelled after a video of her twerking naked has gone viral. In the clip, Bisi is seen completely naked, dancing and twerking with her fully clothed roommate who goes by the name MhiZ Jacklyn on Twitter. Bisi’s racy video is currently trending
Song about Madiba wins big US award
Kwazulu-Natal songwriter and producer Don Clarke, and lyricist Karl Bremer, have become the first South Africans to win the grand prize in the Great American Song Contest. The duo won the award for their ode to former president Nelson Mandela, The Long Walk Is Over. "It's a big international award with more than 1600 entrants so this is quite an honour