Igwaji Aggah festival: As part of the story I did for the Aggah festival sponsored by MTN , we did enter the market to see what they had to offer. Their main market holds once every week, where the main items sold are the produce from the farms and river … things are so cheap
The Igwaji Aggah festival is predominantly a happy time and attracts lots of fun memories… . The key attraction is music and dance … for me it was as if the flood gates of my dance step opened, you all remember all those dance step I have being learning.. oh they came in handy once
My name is Adaku Nwachinemere, am a television personality I love telling extra ordinary stories of everyday peopl, but for now on our show daily I do entertainment gist, it’s okay but I like to do much more. . . For the second time I got the opportunity to do the kind of stories that
In this age of side hustle, you may be the only one among your friends who is doing business and have the legal backing of the law, however from time to time, your friends may have contracts to execute and may request to route the project through your company name due to your experiences on
He sat in court, holding his hand in his head and weeping quietly. Those around him looked at him in pity and those who did not know the reason for this, wondered why a grown man was weeping openly. For Mr. James Jackson, his life had just crumbled before him like a pack of cards.
David Mark, do you remember him? His last potilical position was the Senate President, that David, the one that was marked be watched. David Mark probably might have come from a humble background who possibly may not be born with a golden spoon in his mouth but he rose to stardom at the early stage
Abia state guber aspirant canvasses scrapping of First Lady’s office Amb. Okey Emuchay, Nigeria’s former envoy to South Africa, has made a case for the scrapping of the office of the First Lady. He advised that the money being spent on the office should be used to execute infrastructural projects in states of the federation.
A former street beggar, Mr. Abdulsalam Idowu, heaved a sigh of fulfilment of a life ambition as he was called to the bar to start practising as a lawyer in Nigeria on Wednesday. Idowu, who defied odds to bag his law degree from the University of Lagos in 2015, had proceeded to the Nigerian Law
Chisco Nigeria is officially the worst company to use and carry big product… They are okay to pick small items from Lagos and distribute to other parts of Nigeria, but if you have big consignment something as small as 10 bucket of paint, or even two cartoons of female condom owned by another customer, they
Hey guys, it’s been a while, I know, have been super busy with the television job. It’s a daily show and a lot go in for production. Well, I thought I drop this here, let me know your thoughts as usual. AFTER YEARS OF TELLING PEOPLE CHEMOTHERAPY IS THE ONLY WAY TO TRY (‘TRY’, BEING
Would you believe this school is in Benue state, yes same Benue with media frenzy of killings by herdsmen. It’s called SORA, more on it later… but today they did their graduation for the year and the head girl in her speech said “If Dr and Mrs Adi had been selfish, this school would have
Croatia came to the #World Cup with two natural strikers, #MarioMandzukic, the guy who scored the winning goal in d match against England. The other was #NikolaKalinic , He was on the bench for Croatia’s first game against Nigeria. With just five munites to go, their coach instructed him to dress up and replace another
My name is Adaku Nwachinemere, I love swimming, making money, making friends and sleeping. Am an excellent networker but I have a very small intimate circle. To me, family is everything, my brother takes most of my photo hehe… I don’t use a lot of flitters I don’t really care for fine photos that much
The ongoing worldcup, #Russia2018 continue to dazzle and leave the world speechless in many ways. Examples of extra-ordinary acts and lessons to be learnt many teams who were given no chance at the beginning seems to be taking the leads and several highly placed have found their way home. Talking about going home, Japan led
An old lady handed her cheque to a bank teller and said, “I would like to withdraw N500..” The female teller told her, “For withdrawals less than N5,000, please use the ATM”. The old lady then asked, “Why?” The teller irritably told her, “These are rules. Please leave if there is no other matter. There