Minister of Finance, Okonjo-Iweala, was on Sunday abducted at
the gate of the palace of the traditional ruler of Ogwashi-Uku, Delta
State, Prof. Chukwuka Okonjo, who is her husband.
her at the gate of the palace at Ogbe-ofu and took her away, when her
husband travelled out of the town.
said to be lurking around the palace until the woman and her maid came
down to offer some drinks to workers at the gate.
came down from the main building, towards the gate, the criminals also
moved in from the gate to grab and push her into a waiting Golf
upstairs to collect the woman’s handbag.
Mr. Charles Muoka, who confirmed the kidnap on Sunday, said the police had collected information that
would be useful enough to track down the kidnappers.
Amarachi, a dancer from Benin City, Edo State, was crowned winner in front of a studio audience today, at the grand finale held at Bamako Studios, Ikeja, Lagos.
Amarachi who turned eight in July is the youngest contestant on the competition. After being screened from 10 to six, to four and then a final three, Amarachi was tonight announced winner by the show’s host Andre Blaze.
I didn't exactly follow the NGT show but the few times that I watched it, the contestants always wowed me. I remember watching Amarachi do a ballet mixed with the popular 'etighi' dance, it was pretty cool!
The Judges Kate Henshaw, Dan Foster, Yibo...
This story is kinda funny to me...
All Knowing Blogger, Linda Ikeji has disclosed that Renowned musicians Goldie and JMartins are currently engaged in a cold war, following the video shooting of the song they both did 'Give it to me'.
This was how it started; Goldie had invited J Martins to South Africa in November to appear in the video of the 'Give it to me song'.
While embarking on his flight, J Martins asked for business class but Goldie said she couldn't afford it.
When J Martins finally got to the airport, he was shocked to find that Goldie hadn't come to welcome him so he refused to follow the man Goldie sent to the airport to pick him up. He refused with claims that he didn't want to be kidnapped!
Anyways, they sorted that out but then again, J Martins refused to...
This is a case of thriving at the expense of the masses! Regrettably, Jonathan's administration is no longer evincing any hope! You would not believe that President and his entourage have spent not less than N3.354bn on foreign trips since 2010.