Skip to main content


Showing posts with the label politics

Eighty-six new cases of #COVID19 reportes in Nigeria

Eighty-six new cases of #COVID19 have been reported; 70 in Lagos 7 in FCT 3 in Katsina 3 in Akwa Ibom 1 in Jigawa 1 in Bauchi 1 in Borno As at 11:50 pm 19th April there are 627 confirmed cases of #COVID19 reported in Nigeria. Discharged: 170 Deaths: 21

Julius Agwu:from comedy to politics

   Veteran entertainer,Julius Agwu has declared his intention to run for the governorship of Rivers state.The comedian is yet another entertainer to be drawn to the world of politics even though he claims his decision was influenced by people from his hometown. All his fans can do at this point is wish him luck with his political ambition and hope for the best.

I Will Contest For House Of Representatives Position In 2015 -9ice

9ice on Channels TV sunrise daily artise of the week       Super-talented singer 9ice was channels TV's Sunrise daily artist of the week on Saturday.     9ice speaks on the success of his double album Bashorun Gaa and Versus released last december .He said the album has sold 8 million copies so far and the marketer gave him N50M .   He also disclosed his desire to go into politics come 2015.    9ice said he is currently taking an online course in public administration at Capella university and once he completes it ,he will  get a law degree because he is definitely going to contest in 2015 for house of Representative position .    " You know in naija they believe if you don't go to school ,they believe you can't govern,you can't lead,so it has become a barrier,.this era you have to be educated.Politics has been in me since i was young " ,9ice said.       He also disclosed his relationship with his estranged wife ,he said though they are separated “she is s

Senegalese world music star Youssou N'dour to stop singing, enter politics

   Senegalese world music star Youssou N'dour declared Saturday he would cancel concert dates to enter politics from January 2 next year, a month before a tense presidential election in his West African country.    The singer did not explicitly say whether he would stand for president himself, as some supporters have urged. He also did not make clear whether he intended a definitive or merely temporary halt to his musical career. February's poll has been dominated by a noisy constitutional row over whether incumbent President Abdoulaye Wade, 85, has the right to stand for a third term in a country which prides itself on its record of peaceful leadership changes.    "From January 2 onwards, I am freeing myself from all artistic engagements to enter the political arena," N'dour, 52, said in a live broadcast on his television station TFM at the launch of his movement, one of several formed to oppose Wade. N'dour has strongly criticised what he calls the profliga