Nigeria head coach Amodu Shaibu said Saturday evening that his players must be thoroughly focused on their 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifying match against the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia billed for Abuja on September 6. His lads came out of the â€˜Rades cauldronâ€™ with a valuable point from a 0-0 draw that could prove decisive for the campaign but the 50-year-old was not celebrating as he addressed them in the dressing room after the game.Read More
Former Secretary-Gener-al of the Nigeria Football Association (NFA), Sani Toro, has said that the Super Eagles now have their 2010 World Cup qualification in their hands after their goalless draw with Tunisia in Rades on Saturday.Read More
IF Middle East and Africa mobile operator Zain Group finally agrees to sell its Celtel Africa unit to the French company, new Orange, allegedly bidding for it, the Nigerian operation of the company may be heading for the 6th time name change.
The company is reported to be fascinated in this deal as it is expected to rake in up to USD 12 billion to its coffers.
Reports that the Minister of Information and Communications, Prof. Dora Akunyili unilaterally cancelled the sale of the 2.3GHz frequency band was at the weekend, debunked by the Ministry, describing it as being far from the truth.Read More
The House of Representa tives Chairman on Communication, Honorable Dave Salako at the weekend in Lagos expressed satisfaction at Etisalat outstanding quality of service as indicated in the performance report released recently by the Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC).Read More
Following the success of the maiden edition of MTN Project Fame competition, Nigerians youths turned out in their thousands at Fantasyland, Ikoyi and Ultima Studios, Ogba, for the auditions of MTN Project Fame Season 2 which kicks off next month.Read More
Welcome to your regular column. Last week, I taught on the nutritional contents of the Word and the weapons in the Word. This week, I will show you how to access the treasures in the Word of God.Read More
By Gabriel Enogholase, Benin City FOR the Church of God Mission International Incorporated with its headquarters in Benin City, it appears that all is not well with the mission founded by the late erudite preacher and evangelist, Archbishop Benson Idahosa as the church is currently enmeshed in a land dispute with a senior Benin palace
Violence at home or in any relationship is a serious threat. A guy who bullies his lady or threatens her at the slightest provocation needs to have his head examined. A woman who destroys everything in the home or smashes windscreens of her guyâ€™s vehicle or other things precious to him is not on the right track. She needs counseling and psycho-therapy just like the guy that destroys or batters a woman to drive home a point.Read More
In the past, the choice of whom one married was tempered by tradition. Although parents have a large role to play in the marital life of their children, most young people would prefer taking the plunge on their own. Can your parents decide your choice of a spouse?
Bridget Amaraegbu has all the answers as usual. Enjoy.
This week, Bridget Amaraegbu takes a look at a common problem that has over time become part of our society. It is a situation where a newly wedded bride is confronted with the problem of coping with the troublesome antics of the husbandâ€™s love child.Read More
By Bishop David Oyedepo Last week, I brought you a teaching on the major profits of Godâ€™s Word, where I showed you the importance of Godâ€™s Word in fulfilling destiny. This week, I want to show you the nutritional contents of Godâ€™s Word and the weapons in the Word.
By Sam Eyoboka THE seventh edition of the Apostle Joseph Ayo Babalola Power Explosion holds at the Ori Oke Aanu Praying Ground, Osun State, between June 22 and 26, 2009 with the theme â€œA new Heaven and a new Earth.â€
By Sam Eyoboka REVEREND (Mrs.) Sarah Adama, general overseer of Hope of Believers Ministries, Ankpa in Kogi State was born in 1962 at Ankpa by a Christian father, and aÂ Muslim mother. She was trained to be a tailor or what you may call a fashion designer, but God had a better vocation for her.
By Bunmi Sofola FOR the first time in months, since she left home, Fausat was able to call on a visit. She was like a stranger in the house she couldnâ€™t wait to shake the dust off so many months ago. Her parents were their relaxed selves, her siblings were all over the place, laughing,