Muhammad Ali made his final journey through his hometown Friday in a funeral procession for The Greatest as thousands of mourners lined the streets where the future heavyweight champion of the world once chased school buses in hiking boots to train for his fights.
Harnessing Gender Power | ShowBiz and Pageant Celebrities Set To Rock Miss Integrity International – Nigeria 2016
With the objective of harnessing the unique capacity of the female gender to champion the cause for social issues and societal development, the Miss Integrity International – Nigeria 2016 is set to hold in Lagos with a celebrity studded panel and guest list…
Governor Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos state has promised to continue with creating opportunities for youths in the state. Ambode made this promise through Husamat Akinbile-Yusuf, the state commissioner for youth and social development, at an event held by the Ambode Youth Initiative (AYI) to assess the governor’s performance in the last one year.
Sun News Unveils SGF Syndicate Demanding N50 million Appointment Fee for Candidates into Committee Board of Federal Parastatals
SOME top officials in the Office of Secretary to the Government of the Federation, SGF, Babachir David Lawal are collecting as much as N50 million from candidates seeking appointments into the Boards of Grade A federal agencies and parastatals, a SATURDAY SUN investigation has revealed.
Youths Development and Sports – NLTF Donates Sports Equipment to Selected Primary Schools Nationwide
Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, has applauded the leadership of the National Lottery Trust Fund (NLTF) for their intervention in the development of sports in the country with the donation of sport equipment worth N574.1m to selected primary schools around the country.
Abuja — The acting Managing Director of the Bank of Industry (BoI), Mr. Rasheed Olagunju, has said it would design a special capacity building and skills acquisition programme for ex-agitators of the Niger Delta who are currently under the presidential amnesty programme.
“Victims of Terror Protection Act” – U.S. Lawmakers Move For The Conversion of Abacha’s Loot as Relief Fund For Boko Haram Victims
Lawmakers in the Congress of the United States of America may soon vote on a bill that will allow President Barack Obama and his government to set aside all or part of Abacha loot recovered in the U.S. for victims of the Boko Haram insurgency.
We have just finished a meeting of various stakeholders presided over by His Excellency, the Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. The meeting had in attendance the Leadership of the Senate, House of Representatives, Governors Forum, and Labour Unions (NLC, TUC, NUPENG, and PENGASSAN).