Nawa oh! It’s probably a blessing in disguise…
Over 190 Air Nigeria passengers who arrived the Gatwick
Airport 8:30 on Friday morning to fly back home were allegedly stranded
at the airport for about eight hours.
Local media report that the delay was due to the lack of fuel to fly
the aircraft to Lagos, thus the passengers were asked to contribute
extra £40 each for purchase of ‘Aviation Fuel.
The plane eventually left Gatwick airport at 4:30 pm and arrived Nigeria at about 12:30 today.
However, the passengers were asked come back for their luggage. There
are reports that the passengers are planning to sue the airline company
and it’s chairman, Jimoh Ibrahim for the delay and their yet-to-be
the removal of uterine fibroids,” said an insider source who is close to the
Doctors at the German hospital where Patience Jonathan is undergoing treatment
performed a surgical procedure on her to remove uterine fibroids, a presidency
might be cancerous, even though he could not confirm it as German doctors are
reportedly conducting further tissue testing.
quick and secret trip to Germany to see his ailing wife. Mrs. Jonathan remains
hospitalized in Germany almost eleven days after she was airlifted there from
Mrs. Jonathan had been flown to...
Hehehe, I so much love Governor Fashola, he is incredibly smart!
Well, apart from the fact that he is one of the 'efficient' governors in Nigeria today, the 'smart' Lagos state governor on Saturday politely rejected
the honour of a chieftaincy title from a royal father, Oniru of Iru
land, Lagos, Oba Abidun Idowu Oniru. (Ghen Ghen, Just like that)
Any other governor would have jumped at such an offer....don't mind, #JustSaying!
Well, this is why Fashola rejected the offer,
"Kabiyesi and his chiefs can continue to lead
us, let them deal with all those traditional and chieftaincy issues. At
the appropriate time, we will come and join them, but for now, leave us
in our suits, booths, overalls and helmets, because this agbada is not
good for clearing refuse and tarring the...
Twitter has hosted proposals and divorce announcements, so it was
only a matter of time before the site serviced an actual wedding
Recently, a Turkish couple made it official by tweeting ‘I Do,’ in
what’s believed to be the world’s first Twitter-hosted wedding. Actually
they wrote ‘Evet’—the Turkish word for ‘Yes’—on their iPads, and added a
few extra ‘T’s’ as is customary when expressing joy through digital
The groom, Cengizhan Celik, is a social media editor for the news
website Ensonhaber.com, so it almost makes sense that Twitter would
serve as his best man. The bride, Candan Canik, doesn’t seem to share
the same enthusiasm for the service, considering her vow was her first
tweet. But love is all about making...