President Barack Obama has a message for Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey — GIVE PEACE A CHANCE!!!!!
For those of you that missed it, Nicki Minaj had some harsh words to say about her fellow American Idol judge last week, and it was all caught on tape. The incident escalated when Mariah Carey claimed Minaj reportedly threatened to “shoot” her backstage.
According to Fuze TV, “Well, because that whole “getting re-elected” thing isn’t keeping him busy enough, President Obama found some time to call into Miami radio show “The Yo Show” to share his opinion on the issue.
“I think that they are going to be able to sort it out,” Obama said … “I am confident.”Obama continued, “I’m all about bringing people together, working for the same cause. I think both outstanding artists are going to be able to make sure that they’re moving forward and not going backwards.”And when asked who’s his favorite, Obama actually picked a side — replying, “Mariah. She’s actually done some events for us. I’ve gotten to know her and Nick [Cannon]. She’s a wonderful lady.”He added … “Nicki, I don’t know, but I’ve got her on my iPod.”
early this morning in Minna, the Niger state capital as people scampered into
different directions following a bomb scare at the Abdulsalam Abubakar motor
park in Tunga community, an outskirt of the state capital.
the town into great confusion occurred when a shop owner on arriving for
business sighted a black polythene bag and thereafter raised an alarm that
attracted a large crowd to the scene thereby causing a long traffic jam along
the ever busy Bosso road.
state police public relations officer, Pius Edobor while confirming the
incident said contrary to widespread speculations, there...
The Ekiti State Government has directed the closure of 131 private schools.
The order, which was given today by the state Ministry of Education, affected both primary and secondary schools.
The Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Dr. Eniola Ajayi, who made this known while addressing Journalists in Ado Ekiti, said that owners of the affected schools had been warned severally to properly register them.
She said the schools were given six months deadline to meet the standard set by the state government for the running of private schools.
Ajayi, however, said that the proprietors of the affected schools remained indifferent to the directive.
She reiterated the commitment of the government to the provision of a conducive learning environment that would enhance the performance of students.
The commissioner said that government would not compromise the future of the children in the state under any circumstance.
Yayy! Thumbs up to Lagos....*dancing mood*
The rapid transformation of Lagos city in the last five years got world attention at the weekend as two renowned international bodies, Citigroup and Urban Land Institute, ranked her as one of two most innovative cities in Africa. The other city is Cape Town in South Africa.