Mrs. Dinah Iwuala recently clocked 75 years. She is married to Engr. D.O.C. Iwuala from Irete in Owerri West L.G.A of Imo State. In this interview with Advocate Abiegbe, she speaks on life as she sees it.Read More
Hon Charles Ekhoetomwen Idahosa is the son of Akasiaka (strong and untouchable) of blessed memory. He is a political juggernaut as long as the politics of Edo State and Nigeria is concerned. Today Charle T, as he is fondly called by friends and political associates, clocked the sexagenarian age of 60 and its celebration is at Benin today.Read More
•Lost dad at thirteen…Became teen-mother to shattered mum, siblings
Experience, they say, is the finest teacher. This statement has literarily played out in the life of the Director-General of the Nigerian Chamber of Shipping, NCS, Mrs. Ify Anazonwu-Akerele, who cleverly made lemonade from the lemons life had thrown at her at a tender age.
Chief Olusola Dada, an Economist, a qualified Stock broker, attended University of Ibadan and graduated in 1970. He did his MBA at the University of Lagos in 1975. He is a native of Ayede local government of Ekiti State.Read More
BY CLIFFORD NDUJIHE, deputy political editor …Says ’Biafra war consumed NDA first graduates’ ARGUABLY, Col Paul Osakpamwan Ogbebor (rtd), 70, is the first Nigerian to be enrolled into the Nigerian Defence Academy, NDA. Among the 61 cadets of Course 1, he was one of the 34 that graduated. He is also one of the 18
Dr. Kingsley Ezeatakwulu Osakwe was born in Aba, Abia State on June 5, 1946 into the family of late Mr and Mrs Osakwe. His father Francis Egwuenu Osakwe was a businessman who acquired so much wealth at his tender age and his mother, Bernice Iyenuwa Osakwe was a petty trader .Read More
Apostle Hayford Ikponmwonsa Alile, 72 , hails from the Ogbedoyo family which gave birth to Alile and the Obasekis in Benin Kingdom.Read More
Benjamin Carson Snr is an enigma. Born on 18 September, 1951, he was a ghetto kid from Detroit, USA, whose parents separated as both dad and mum could not live together. Although his mother tried to make him understand why daddy had to leave home, her explanation didn’t make a lot of sense to Ben at eight years of age.Read More
SHE comes across as a fearless and courageous person. And indeed she is. Whoever encounters her must definitely be
amazed by the manner she conducts her daily affairs with the dexterity of someone in his 30s or 40s. But that is Chief Ritalori-Ogbebor, the Igba of Warri Kingdom and a woman who got the Ritalori story started. While this revealing chat with Sunday Vanguard lasted, her intelligence radiated from the way she responded to questions.
Dr. Ona Ekhomu, is Nigeria’s first chartered security professional and author of the highly acclaimed book on security awareness titled Effective Personal & Corporate Security. He is the president of the Association of Industrial Security and Safety Operators of Nigeria (AISSON) and Africa’s Representative of the International Foundation for Protection Officers (IFPO).Read More